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:

Sen­ate Bill 1067 sub­mit­ted by the Judi­cia­ry and Rules Com­mit­tee AN ACT RELATING TO THE UNIFORM  INTERSTATE FAMILY SUPPORT ACT; AMENDINGAMENDING CHAPTER 10, TITLE 7, IDAHO CODE, BY THE ADDITION OF A NEW SECTION 7 — 1004A, IDAHO CODE, TO PROVIDE FOR THE APPLICATION OF THE CHAPTER TO RESIDENT OF FOREIGN COUNTRY AND FOREIGN SUPPORT PROCEEDINGS;

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.