"The Union Jack is a rare book by an anonymous author. Certain portions are published on several websites, but chapter 3 was thought by some to be missing. I discovered it at educate-yourself.org in a pdf version of the entire book. Other pdf versions I have found do not include this chapter. To the best of my knowledge, this is the only html copy of the third chapter on the Internet. After reading it we may know why. Complete pdf version of The Union Jack as a single download (1.72 mb)" http://www.congregator.net/topical/union-jack-chapter-3.htm
Here's another version of the same idea without the Israeli connection. The anonymous author of "The US is Still a British Colony" has a very detailed analysis of the use of charters, and I'm glad, because the treaties signed by our founders are essential to understanding the power modern treaties signed by modern leaders holds over us. I'm certain now that the status/contract information Todd wants me to learn ties directly into this. The main problem for me is I am no longer a full-time student of communitarianism, I simply cannot afford to put in the hours I used to. I also decided it's not healthy for me to keep up the same way. Which means no matter how important it is that I see every possibility out there, it may be just as important that I let go and let others do what they know how to do, then I can stick to writing and studying what I know and maybe even move on to solutions like gertees and DIY ideas. Communitarianism is here and shows no signs of going away. I'd like to focus on that current topic for a while, like how the hell are we going to survive outside it if it's everywhere?
Is that even a possiblity? Can I ever expect to masquerade myself as a Stepford Wife? People really have no idea how mind boggling I find all this information stored inside my head, and how little value it will have when we're all told we need to report to our designated community center. I'm thinking maybe a sustainable gertee eco-village might have a chance of existing within the new land use regulation but there'd have to be a secret oath that negates the communitarian contract members would have to sign. The problem is a lot of Americans believe in their contracts in Homeowners and Community Associations, so they'd be scary if they joined. What I want to know now is which groups of people have the best chance of survival (and not the "get the guns and run to the woods and hide" kind). We have to somehow hide in plain sight or we have to go totally off the grid, and I don't have the first clue how to do either.
Anti communitarian studies has so many focus areas a genuine academic field of study would involve numerous 4 year sub-programs. This was validated by the NAS stuff posted on the ACL homepage. It's a HUGE study. After 10 years my focus is still current legislation, programs and intiatives, because that's where I was trained. History is a whole different ball game. I have a hard enough time figuring out what's coming down now without having to become an expert in things I know nothing about. I want to rely on other experts to fill in the blanks for me. I so much appreciate writers like Bobby and Paul and Philip and Nancy (who's back btw!). They take their precious time to delve deep into areas I can't. I just wish all writers would put their names on their books and articles; as with "Time Bomb" I am reluctant to cite "American Patriots Past and Present" and/or anonymous sources.
If I cannot cite a source that means I have to find a way to verify the information in sources I can cite. Which means reading a lot of books and finding it that way. This takes a lot of time and solitude, sometimes it takes hours just to grasp the basic idea in a book (particularly philosophy, and we did that already).
I don't have an expert opinion on banking or economics because I'm a current affairs journalist, not a historian. But I do love reading and studying history. It was essential to go back and see how we became a communitarian sub-nation. When I started studying Etzioni I had never heard of the CFR's role in American politics, nor the Royal Society. I didn't know anything about the British Fabian Society or that Tony Blair and Bill Clinton went to Oxford together. I really didn't have a clue what Rothschilds banks were, or that they funded Clinton's campaign for president. I only recently learned of the Pilgrims Society and their connection to Jean Monnet and the EU. (In 2000 I swore I was not taking my research beyond the WA State level, hah.)
Do I still have a LOT to learn? Yes, no doubt about it. Will I ever have the time to read everything I need to read? Probably not, especially now that I'm taking my life back. This book is filled with great sources that look like they'd all be easy to verify:
"AMERICA'S SUBJECTION TO BRITAIN, IN A NUTSHELL" at the American Patriot Network: