Institutionalized Corruption in the Spotlight

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Channeling RealityBy now, most people are aware that our governments – federal, state and local – are out of control.What is not so obvious is that governments are out of control because they are uncontrollable due tothe institutional structures that have been implemented over the last century. The mission and purpose of government has been lost in the development of institutionalized professional associations and practices that exist to serve those professions and not the interests of the People they purport to serve.

The conflicts of interest between the people as the public body and the government as a structure alongwith the professionals engaged to serve a public purpose cannot be seen by examination of the published organization chart of the respective governments. Nor can they be found in the foundational documents that authorized the creation of those governments. The reason is because the process of governing has been moved outside of government with authority passed on to privatized, independent bodies that are unaccountable and for the most part invisible to the public.

This morning in my email, there was an urgent message concerning a piece of legislation that probably will be voted on Monday. Below, I’m just giving the Bill Number and the clauses that brought me to a full stop:


In the text of legislation, it says this:
(2) “Child – support order” means a support order for a child, including a child who has attained the age of majority under the law of the issuing state or foreign country.
(3) “Convention” means the Convention on the International Recovery of Child Support and Other Forms of Family Maintenance, concluded at The Hague on November 23, 2007.

And that’s only to page 3. I didn’t finish reading the rest because the long and short of it is that the Idaho Legislature is about to vote to recognize international law in Idaho law. That is monumental. This is proof positive that the legislators know and are complicit with the globalist agenda for a one-world system of “governance” under international law. And these same legislators are about to vote on whether to call a Constitutional Convention – supposedly to write an amendment to require a balanced budget. Sure….I believe that don’t you?

A book could be written about the implications of recognition of international law in Idaho law, but to keep it simple in terms that most people understand, it will mean that Idaho will have to fund a section in the Attorney General’s office to handle international cases and Idaho courts will have to have international law expert s on staff or on retainer.

When one considers cost vs benefit, the costs will far outweigh any benefit to Idaho taxpayers and in fact, it outweighs the costs to U.S. taxpayers as well. I was told that the person who submitted it to the Judiciary Committee was Kandee Yearsley, Child Support Bureau Chief for the Health and Welfare Department so I called her. I told her that I knew it was model legislation and I wanted to know who wrote it. She said the Uniform Law Commission wrote it for Health & Human Services / Administration for Children & Families  (HHS/ACF) and the ACF gave it to her and she gave it to the Judiciary Committee.

An obvious question is why would HHS/ACF be pushing this legislation on the states? Easy answer. ACF is the division of HHS that supervises the Refugees program and all of those unaccompanied minors have parents somewhere that need to support their children. It’s a double gotcha sucka. Gotcha having  to take them in – providing everything including payments to foster parents, medical care, dental care, social services costs associated with “at risk” children in the schools and now the gotcha when we have to pay for lawyers to track down their parents to bring them to court in the foreign country they are in – and then enforcing the international decrees in Idaho courts.

Since I didn’t recall ever voting for anybody to write uniform laws for Idaho, I went hunting for the Uniform Law Commission. I found them. 111 N. Wabash Avenue, Suite 1010, Chicago, IL 60602. The following is from the Uniform Law Commission narrative: The Uniform Law Commission (ULC, also known as the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws), established in 1892, provides states with non-partisan, well-conceived and well-drafted legislation that brings clarity and stability to critical areas of state statutory law.

ULC members must be lawyers, qualified to practice law. They are practicing lawyers, judges, legislators and legislative staff and law professors, who have been appointed by state governments as well as the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to research, draft and promote enactment of uniform state laws in areas of state law where uniformity is desirable and practical. The Idaho member of the ULC who is also in the legislature is Bart Davis, Idaho Falls District 33, Senate Majority leader. He is on the Judiciary and Rules Committee and the State Affairs Committee. No excuses on this legislation. S 1067 went through his committee. He is a lawyer and a member of the ULC.

In a news section of the website, it had this paragraph:

The Uniform Recognition of Substitute Decision-Making Documents Act is a joint endeavor of the Uniform Law Commission and the Uniform Law Conference of Canada.

The project was undertaken to promote the portability and usefulness of substitute decision-making documents for property, health care, and personal care, without regard to whether the documents are created within or outside of the jurisdiction where a substitute decision is needed. Common examples of substitute decision-making documents include powers of attorney and proxy delegations for personal decision making. You’ve got to love that – international document substitution which is uniform perpetration of a fraud. Only a lawyer would be ballsy enough to put that in print.

And the best for last – this tidbit was found by a fellow researcher on the HHS/ACF website just before publication of this article:

ACTION TRANSMITTAL AT – 14-11 DATE: October 9, 2014 TO: State Agencies Administering Child Support Plans under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act and Other Interested Individuals

On September 29, 2014 President Obama signed Public Law (P.L.) 113-183, the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act. This law amends section 466(f) of the Social Security Act, requiring all states to enact any amendments to the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act “officially adopted as of September 30, 2008 by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws” (referred to as UIFSA 2008).

Among other changes , the UIFSA 2008 amendments integrate the appropriate provisions of The Hague Convention on the International Recovery of Child Support and Other Forms of Family Maintenance, which was adopted at the Hague Conference on Private International Law on November 23, 2007, referred to as the 2007 Family Maintenance Convention.

It seems to this writer that what we have here is a case of uniform sedition and malfeasance . The voters of Idaho did not elect the Uniform Law Commission to write laws for us – and we sure as hell did not vote for legislators to act as agents for an international system of “governance” that undermines the sovereignty of the State of Idaho, the citizens of Idaho and the sovereignty of the United States as a whole.

These lawyers engaged in public law writing have turned the world inside – out and upside – down. Our government no longer works for the American people – and that includes the Idaho state government as well as the federal government. It seems to be working only for non-Americans in a bizarre and twisted system of reverse colonization in which the government is facilitating a foreign occupation and takeover of our country.

There is no option. It must stop or we will become the unwelcome squatters in our own country.