Government Lying, Now and Then
Look at what these criminals were up to then:
Daniel Ellsberg Exposes the US Government (Pentagon Papers Documentry) Part 9 (End).avi
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Don't watch this film if you believe the lie; that the U.S. District of Columbia and its members care about you.........the fact is they are a corporation for profit, and they purchase and complete their evil with you as collateral ...the "mini corporations" created when your parents gave ownership over to them by the birth certificate. There is a reason you NAME is in all Capital letters; everything you own is property of the District of Columbia, when you are a U.S citizen.
There is a big difference between the UNITED STATES and The United States of America. The President will always be introduced as the "president of the UNITED STATES", and never the United States of America...find out why people. Remember the President is only in charge of the District of Columbia and international territories (embassies and other commonwealths abroad), each and every State of the Union has a Governor which has final say on that State. The President is powerless in states without the States giving power to him.
The States of the union have been tricked into this sick commerce game too. Just look at any court papers and ask why a state's name always appears in all CAPS. (I.e. NEW JERSEY)
Check you Drivers ID, Credit Cards, state ID's and so on.....you are a corporation.
But back to the exposing of the Vietnam Lie and why many had to die....Daniel Ellsberg turned over Top Secret documents sent to the media to expose the evil within.
The release of these papers was politically embarrassing not only to those involved in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations but also to the incumbent Nixon administration. Nixon's Oval Office tape from June 14, 1972, shows H. R. Haldeman describing the situation to Nixon:
"Rumsfeld was making this point this morning... To the ordinary guy, all this is a bunch of gobbledygook. But out of the gobbledygook comes a very clear thing.... It shows that people do things the president wants to do even though it's wrong, and the president can be wrong."
John Mitchell, Nixon's Attorney General, almost immediately issued a telegram to the Times ordering that it halt publication. The Times refused, and the government brought suit against it.
Although the Times eventually won the trial before the Supreme Court, prior to that, an appellate court ordered that the Times temporarily halt further publication. This was first time the federal government was able to restrain the publication of a major newspaper since the presidency of Abraham Lincoln during the U.S. Civil War.
Ellsberg released the Pentagon Papers to seventeen other newspapers in rapid succession .The right of the press to publish the papers was upheld in New York Times Co. v. United States. The Supreme Court ruling has been called one of the "modern pillars" of First Amendment rights with respect to freedom of the press.
As a response to the leaks, the Nixon administration began a campaign against further leaks and against Ellsberg personall Aides Egil Krogh and David Young, under the supervision of John Ehrlichman, created the "White House Plumbers", which would later lead to the Watergate burglaries.