Arizona Prepares For Secession From United States
- if Martial Law is Declared
[Editor's Note: It's really refreshing to know that at least
a few politicians in a least ONE state of the Union (out of 50) have enough
presence of mind and respect for the principles of liberty upon which this
country was founded, to tell the Illuminated traitors in Washington that
they aren't so willing to sacrifice their freedom to their treasonous takeover
agenda. Are there any other liberty-minded state legislators sitting on
the fence besides those in Arizona? If so, THIS would be a good time to
step up to the plate...Ken Adachi]
By Julie Foster <WorldNetDaily.com>
Jan. 14, 2004
An Arizona state legislative committee has approved a resolution
calling for the dissolution of the federal government in the event that
it abolishes the
U.S. Constitution, declares martial law or confiscates firearms -- scenarios
some say are not unrealistic. Critics of the resolution, however, call the
measure a "total waste of time."
Rep. Karen Johnson, a Mesa Republican and chair of the House
Committee on Federal Mandates and States' Rights, authored the resolution
committee approved 3-2. Only the committee's vice-chair, Republican Rep.
Gail Griffin, abstained from voting.
Specifically, House Concurrent Resolution 2034 outlines the
origin of the United States, emphasizing the sovereignty of the states and
their constitutional right to "establish a new federal government for
themselves by following the precedent established by Article VII, Constitution
of the United States, in which nine of the existing thirteen states dissolved
the existing Union under the Articles of Confederation and automatically
superceded the Articles."
It also articulates constitutional violations committed by
the federal government as justification for the measure, saying "...
the fifty current principals, or signatories, to the [Constitution] have
done well in honoring and obeying it, yet the federal agent has, for decades,
violated it in both word and spirit. The many violations of the Constitution
of the United States by the federal government include disposing of federal
property without the approval of
Congress, usurping jurisdiction from the states in such matters as abortion
and firearms rights and seeking control of public lands within state borders,"
says the resolution.
By adopting HRC 2034, Arizona states its intention to dissolve
the current federal government with the approval of 34 other states and,
in essence, start over. Participating states would re-ratify and re-establish
the present Constitution "as the charter for the formation of a new
federal government, to be followed by the election of a new Congress and
President and the reorganization of a new judiciary," in keeping with
the original intent of the "founding fathers." Individual members
of the military will return to their respective states and report to the
governor until a new president is elected.
In addition, each state will assume a prorated portion of
the national debt and will own all land within its borders. After the new
government is formed, the remaining 15 states will be permitted to join
the revised union upon application, as was the case with the original union.
(see more on this article at this link below)
From Jim Mortellaro
Should the scenario described in this article succeed in their endeavor
under the conditions explained, this writer will be among the first immigrants
seeking citizenship there. And I'll be wearing a tux for the occasion. Of
course, I shall also be carrying my best firearm in my best Mitch Rosen
Gun Leather holster, well concealed according to law. My wife Rosemarie
will be carrying her favorite as well. In a thigh holster designed and fabricated
by Mitch Rosen.
Oh boy, oh boy ... I can't wait.
Say, izzit possible to get on the waiting list? I shall write the Arizona
State legislature straight away and place our applications. Only one thingy,
it is most important that the state allow cute French Bulldogs or ... "Hell
no, we won't go!"
Jim, Rosemarie and Pepe Mortellaro
Now residing in New York State.
New York's motto:
"It ain't hell, but you can see it from here!"
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