A Gift to America: The Garcia Brief
The truth as to what is wrong with America
by Daniel C Garcia, Sui Juris, State Citizen, Jurisconsult, and Law Instructor (1995)
All citizens or residents of the United Nations, now including all U.S. citizens, are officially recognized internationally as INSTITUTIONAL UNITS of the International Monetary Fund. They are deficient of all Rights under the Constitution for the United States (1787) or the Constitution of the United States (1868), having been usurped by sequestration. All U.S. citizens are also known as World Citizens, serving Ra under dictatorship of his High Priests, the International Bankers.
America Sold to the U.N. Declaration of Interdependence
Congressional Record (1/19/1976), p. 240, “Extensions of Remarks, World Affairs Council”
Hon. Marjorie S. Holt (MD), in the House of Representatives: Mr. Speaker, many of us recently received a letter from the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, inviting members of Congress to participate in a ceremonial signing of “A Declaration of Interdependence” on January 30 in Congress Hall, adjacent to Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
A number of Members of Congress have been invited to sign this document, lending their prestige to its theme, but I want the record to show my strong opposition to this declaration.
Mr. Speaker, this is an obscenity that defiles our Declaration of Independence, signed 200 years ago in Philadelphia. We fought a great Revolution for independence and individual liberty, but now it is proposed that we participate in a world socialist order.
Are we a proud and free people, or are we a carcass to be picked by the jackals of the world, who want to destroy us?
When one cuts through the high-flown rhetoric of this “Declaration of Interdependence,” one finds key phrases that tell the story.
For example, it states that, “The economy of all nations is a seamless web, and that no one nation can any longer effectively maintain its processes of production and monetary systems without recognizing the necessity for collaborative regulation by international authorities.”
How do you like the idea of “international authorities” controlling our production and our monetary system, Mr. Speaker? How could any American dedicated to our national independence and freedom tolerate such an idea?
The declaration goes on to urge a strengthening of the United Nations and a broadening of the jurisdiction of the World Court, “that these may preside over a reign of law that will not only end wars but will end as well the mindless violence which terrorizes our society even in times of peace.”
Mr. Speaker, we have lately witnessed the United Nations organization in full cry against America and her allies of the Free World. We have watched the U.N. become an instrument of the Soviet Union and its shabby following of despots large and small.
America should never subject her fate to decisions by such an assembly, unless we long for national suicide. Instead, let us have independence and freedom.
A major threat to world peace is the Soviet Union, which imposes slavery on its people and devotes its economy to the single task of building a war machine to extend that slavery throughout the world.
It subverts governments of independent nations; it arms and impels its subservient client states to wage wars of conquest against their neighbors.
Mr. Speaker, there is one force that preserves freedom where it still survives in this world, and that is the strength of the United States, to the extent that we maintain a powerful, credible economic and military deterrent, we shall also have peace.
The Soviet Union seeks world empire. America asks only that free people remain unmolested by the slavemasters of the Kremlin.
If we resist the expansion of the empire that threatens to dominate the world and destroy the independence of every nation, we shall be fulfilling the ideas of our Declaration of Independence.
If we surrender our independence to a “new world order” dominated by the Soviet Union and its clients, we will be betraying our historic ideals of freedom and self-government.
Freedom and self-government are not outdated. The fathers of our Republic fought a revolution for those ideals, which are as valid today as they ever were.
Let us not betray freedom by embracing slavemasters; let us not betray self-government with world government; let us embrace Jefferson and Madison, not Marx and Lenin.
The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia had a Ceremonial Signing of “A Declaration of INTERdependence” by Members of Congress of the United States of America, at the House of Representatives Chamber, Congress Hall, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia, PA, at 11:30 AM, January 30, 1976. The U.S. Senators and Representatives that committed Sedition and High Treason against the People of the United States in signing this U.N. Declaration of Interdependence numbered 32 Senators and 90 Representatives.
Sources: United Nations Secretariat, Revised System of National Accounts Draft Chapters and Annexes No. 90-24912-2005-AIC “Are you merely an institutional unit?”; Sec. F.5 International organization, 68(3); Sec. G The Residence of International Units; Sec. G1 Introduction 70.
The U.N. Declaration of Interdependence....