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RFID chips embedded into one’s hand in order to limit a firearm from being fired by anyone except the person with the chip in their hand is explored. George Carlin’s two rules are reviewed, including the symbol minded who mindlessly pledge allegiance to a piece of cloth and a government, not the people. Consent and how it is volunteered or mandated is discussed via High Impact Flix youtube channel. Corey’s response to a Rutherford Institute tweet is celebrated, and more…
Biohacking a New Revolution or More Overlord Tyranny?
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Compromise of 1850 – California Entered into the Union
The Compromise of 1850 consists of five laws passed in September of 1850 that dealt with the issue of slavery. In 1849 California requested permission to enter the Union as a free state, potentially upsetting the balance between the free and slave states in the U.S. Senate. Senator Henry Clay introduced a series of resolutions on January 29, 1850, in an attempt to seek a compromise and avert a crisis between North and South. As part of the Compromise of 1850, the Fugitive Slave Act was amendedand the slave trade in Washington, D.C., was abolished. Furthermore, California entered the Union as a free state and a territorial government was created in Utah. In addition, an act was passed settling a boundary dispute between Texas and New Mexico that also established a territorial government in New Mexico.
@Rutherford_Inst embrace article IV citizenship, 14A citizenship is proven to fail the people, return to republic’s roots on citizenship.
— Corey (@tubebuzzer) August 18, 2016