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What Does Declaring A National Emergency Mean?


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So there have been more than 53+ National Emergencies declared and most are still active till this day.

So what is a Government Shutdown??

This occurs when Congress cannot resolve budget disagreements for the upcoming fiscal year and stops all but essential federal services. It affects a large number of federal employees, not including military personneland necessary staff. The shutdowncontinues until the government is able to negotiate a new budget bill.

So this government shutdown is  I’moccuring because of the previous bills that were to be passed as of last year only 5 out of 12 were signed into law. So I am going to leave you with this thought. What Government shuts down? I thought a government was 24/7. That sounds like a business or a corporation that does something like this.

You think I’m on b.s…………, no I’m not kidding nor joking for subscribers or views. Read this……..

The corporation was created for the District of Columbia, aka Washington, D.C. (not even a state), via the Act of 1871. THE UNITED STATES corporation operates under private international law with their own corporate constitution.

The corporation of the United States of America is owned by certain international bankers and aristocracy of Europe and Britain. 

So what are the USA people, well…………. Debt slaves who work off a debt that is owed to the international banks with interest.

Our government is not even American, we are governed by a foreign government the name “United States of America” is a TITLE it’s not a name. Welcome to the corporation we call home. America.

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