of Nobility and Honor Amendment
any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim, receive or retain,
any title of nobility or honour, or shall, without the consent of Congress,
accept and retain any present, pension, office or emolument of any kind
whatever, from any emperor, king, prince or foreign power, such person
shall cease to be a citizen of the United States, and shall be incapable
of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them.
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List of primary records
|1. The Executive Branch announced it as "Adopted" on January 12 1814|
|2. The Executive Branch confirmed that it had received 13 ratification's on Oct. 20 1816.|
|3. The Executive Branch confirmed it's adoption and operative status on Dec. 2 1817.|
|4. Thomas Day, Secretary of the State of Connecticut falsified State records in Jan. of 1818|
|5. The Federal Government falsified the rough journal record of the US Senate in Feb. 1818|
Re: Titles of Nobility amendment proposed by Congress in May of 1810
In January of 1818, a high crime was committed against the United States by the Secretary of the State of Connecticut, Thomas Day and the President of the United States, James Monroe.
Connecticut was allowed to reverse it's prior ratification of the Titles of Nobility and Honor amendment by entering falsified Certification's with the Federal Government and grossly altering State records to include forging a signature.
The evidence of the above is overwhelmingly clear and I believe would stand up in a court of law. Today, we all understand that the oath of office a politician takes, to uphold and defend the Constitution, isn't worth the toilet paper it's written on.
However, Congress needs to be informed of this crime and allowed to act on correcting it. However, that body being substantially comprised of corrupt self servings vipers, most probably doesn't want to hear the truth, let alone, act on it.
Never the less, a lot of wonderful Americans died in countless battle fields to protect and defend this nation. Honor demands that I persist in correcting this chapter of our constitutional history. I have tried to simplify the presentation of the evidence on the website.
Stanley Evans, E4, Ra18856695, HQ Batt. 5th Battalion, 22nd Artillery, First Field Force, Ban Me Thout East, Republic of South Vietnam. 1968