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Violence and the Domestic Violence Clause

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So, we need only come together politically under the aegis of that clause. By doing so, we can create a mass movement that will allow us to override a political system that has been captured by dominant interests. We can then deploy the emergency powers inherent in the domestic violence clause. That means reconfiguring American institutions and priorities. That means stripping away the powers and prerogatives of corporations.

Waste and endless wars can no longer be tolerated. Those who keep us embroiled solidified their grip by staging the attacks of 9/11. www.ae911truth.org It's time that such behavior is stopped.

And when I look to the skies these days, I see artificial clouds emanating from aircraft. The clouds contain nanosized particles of aluminum and barium. They're being created by an illegal, secret operation known as geoengineering. www.GeoengineeringWatch.org With every breath we take, toxic metals are being lodged deep within us. They are robbing us of our health, our consciousness, and our humanity.

All of these harms and deceits can be stopped. But only if we, the people, get together and use the authority and the power of the domestic violence clause.

The last decades have been difficult for exponents of truth. The idea that toxins affect behavior has long been taboo in the media, as has the existence of the domestic violence clause, the truth about 9/11, and the truth about geoengineering. Our corporate dominated media is busy selling us on going to war against Russia. I want us not to fight that war. Instead, I want us to fight back. I want us to stop the slide toward death and destruction so that our future can be filled with hope, life, love, and all that is true humanness.

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Michael is a lawyer, now retired from the private practice. His focus for the past thirty years has been on environmental policy. He has written about and given talks on the need to learn of and employ the the civil emergency provision in the (more...)
 

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