Voting Privileges Renewed

April 1st, 2015  

Is the fact that so-called black people consistently, every 20 years or so, have their granted privilege to vote reaffirmed by congressional legislate an indication of the true citizenship status, i.e. LACK thereof, of those so-called blacks? Yes, voting is a privilege and not a RIGHT for all so-called black people in the U.S.  Does the 14th Amendment make those beings citizens?  Does the 15th embue them with the right to vote?  We say NO, they do not these things!  These Amendments, along with the 13th with TWO sections, place these faux citizens under a deep spell believing that they possess the same political rights as the political majority.  Then why the need to reaffirm those voting rights at all?  We know of no naturalized U.S. citizen who has EVER been subjected to such reaffirmation of their right to vote and naturalized citizens, evidently, were not BORN here (the specification of the 14th Amendment).  Yet these people born here MUST every few years have THEIR privilege to vote reaffirmed.  Why?  We can only point to the fact that they are NOT citizens, and never will be under the current circumstances.

 

Is it significant to the reader to know that the Voting Rights Act of 1964 is/was the same Voting Rights Act passed in 1875?  Does it matter to the reader that all naturalized citizens took an oath to attain such status.  Why must the captive-holders, or their descendents, take an oath and you, and your ancestors, not?  The ancestors of those Euro-descended Captive-Holders took the Oath of Amnesty and Reconstruction and are covered thereunder.  Who of your forefathers took the same oath, so-called black people?

 

The Oath of Amnesty and Reconstruction was issued by then President Abraham Lincoln as a means of offering those who had participated in the rebellion, “directly or INDIRECTLY” (emphasis added), the opportunity to rejoin the constitutional fold.  It happens that Jefferson Davis’ and Robert E. Lee’s families were among the last we know to have taken the oaths.  These occurred between 1972 and 1976 when the descendents of these two confederate leaders discovered their “citizenship” was non-existent as both leaders REFUSED to take the Oath of Amnesty and Reconstruction and they NEVER did.  The situation was remedied by the members of those families taking the oath.  Truth, no fiction!  So since these ‘illustrious’ families had to take the oath, why would not those held in captivity who had served under the confederacy in the daily master/captive relationship?  Even those held in servitude had participated INDIRECTLY in the rebellion yet NONE of those held were ever administered this Oath.  For that matter, they were neither restored to the knowledge of their TRUE self nor their birthright as a free people.  Instead they were declared free and placed in a state of WARDship (becoming Wards of the Federal State)  and there they remain to this day.

 

This is why the voting privileges of Asiatic-America must be renewed again and again…and Asiatic-America march, sing and protest to have those privileges renewed.

 

When do we/you take the ACTUAL steps to become the ACTUAL citizens we/you think we/you are?

 

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