Tuesday, May 29, 2012Sound Money Bill of South Carolina Could be Sabotaged by CFR Infiltrators
Published by Charleston Voice
**Other states' sound money advocates BEWARE TRAITORS in your respective state assemblies**
This is an action item!!!!
[video history of SC's sound money appeal is shown at bottom of this post]
The end of Sound Money for SC could be spelled by passage of the amended "Sound Money" Session 119 - (2011-2012) - H 4128
bill currently in the Senate and set for full Finance Committee hearing on Tuesday.
Most of you know we have worked diligently for 6 years to see a Sound Money bill sponsored and passed in SC. Rep Mike Pitts has been an exemplary champion of this cause. Early this session Rep Pitts sponsored H4128 for Sound Money in SC. Senator Thomas filed the mirror companion bill in the Senate. It was a good bill.
As submitted, this bill would have built a firm foundation for Constitutional Money in SC. HOWEVER, "help" from DC arrived backed by Rockefeller connected money & lobbyists. It came under the name "American Principals Project" or "APP". The founder of APP is Robert George who is a card carrying member of the CFR.
Yep! The banksters have come to SC to "help" us. (Why didn’t they just bring a rope?) Membership Roster - Council on Foreign Relations
To make a long story short, the amendments made to the bill have done big damage. In fact, if passed as it is today, Session 119 - (2011-2012) - H 4128
will destroy South Carolina’s legally binding contracts where in gold or silver are contracted for payment. In other words, today’s SC legal gold & silver contracts will be void. Here is the poison
amendment (which was added on in the House);
(C) No person may be compelled to accept or tender gold or silver coin, minted or otherwise.
This is the most important change. This must be reversed (back to the original language) or the bill must be killed. There are some who say “We must pass something.” But passing this bill as is does more harm to Sound Money in SC than good. If this amendments stand as is, it will nullify today's legally binding precious metal contracts and the payee can be forced to accept FRNs in payment, forfeiting the benefit of the contract. This bill cannot be passed as it currently stands. It could further be held to violate the Federal Constitution (“No state shall … pass any law impairing the obligation of contracts…” – Art. IV) and would put the entire bill in jeopardy (unless a provision is added to the effect that:
“If any portion of this act is invalidated by a competent court, the remainder thereof shall remain intact
.” (This is almost standard language anymore, to protect sections of legislation not at issue before a court. Without it, if the “contract” provision were struck down, the study committee would fall as well.
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