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Saturday, January 5, 2019

TRUMPS COUP ATTEMPT How the Border Wall Violates Several International Treaties

Trump has organized a Government Shutdown to build a border wall, which violates several international human rights treaties (just like how disparate Criminal Justice treatment of Blacks, Latinos, and Native Americans also violates several International Human Rights Treaties) including the Mandates set out by the Organization of American States treaty on Migrant rights (located below).

The International Community through the UN were the ones who set up the Scheduling of Drugs which made Marijuana in the United States a Schedule 1 Drug, as well as co-signed America's socially destructive Drug War.  Through the Spirit of the lord they do not have the teeth, nor want to have the backbone to give the United States the economic and trade sanctions it so desperately deserves for a level of Racism against the Israelites which deeply and thoroughly violates nearly every International Human Rights treaty.

The International Community by doing these things continues to prove that is it part of the Psalm 83 Crafty Council and Alliance against us Israelites.

As Prophecy Indicates, the lord will not use the World Community to liberate us from the Americans until his time.

Trump says the Democrats could easily 'solve the Shutdown problem' by approving his wall, one day after labeling standoff a 'strike' and making extraordinary threat to declare a national emergency to get his way

  • Trump tweeted on Saturday that Democrats could end shutdown quickly
  • Follows meeting with Pelosi and Schumer on Friday that ended in no deal  
  • Schumer said Trump threatened to prolong shutdown for 'months or even years'
  • Trump used lengthy Rose Garden press conference to confirm he would be willing to close the government for years - and added he was 'proud' to do so
  • Said he was considering declaring national emergency to get the wall built
  • Vice President Mike Pence suggested that the president could use a program giving legal status to illegal immigrant children as an incentive
  • Pence had said that Trump's stance heading into a Friday morning meeting with congressional leaders is 'no wall, no deal,' but he's willing to negotiate 
President Donald Trump has said that Democrats could 'solve the Shutdown problem in a very short period of time', a day after threatening to declare a national emergency in order to build the wall without Congressional approval.
'Great support coming from all sides for Border Security (including Wall) on our very dangerous Southern Border. Teams negotiating this weekend!' Trump wrote in a tweet on Saturday morning. 'Washington Post and NBC reporting of events, including Fake sources, has been very inaccurate (to put it mildly)!'
He continued: 'The Democrats could solve the Shutdown problem in a very short period of time. All they have to do is approve REAL Border Security (including a Wall), something which everyone, other than drug dealers, human traffickers and criminals, want very badly! This would be so easy to do!'
It followed Trump's vow on Friday that he will shut down the government for 'months or even years' if he does not get money for his border wall with Mexico. 

Trump is following the "New Republican" Strategy Iowa Congressman Steve King talks about of bringing Blacks to their side by pitting Blacks VS Latinos using their agent provocateurs and various other Black Bots who claim Latinos being here is a net deficit to Blacks.  The truth is, most of the jobs Migrant Latinos take weren't hiring Blacks in the first place, and were flat out refusing to hire Blacks for the same wages as Whites.  Those companies engaged in Ethno-Capitalism.  They were only going to hire POCs for a lower wage than Whites/  Or, just flat out not hire them at all.  Also, under that premise once wide swaths Latinos became Americanized (usually second, third generations) - they reach the same status as Blacks and become "non-hires."  Jose who is a citizen demands to get paid as much as Billy Bob.  They can't have that!

Amos 8:1-14
[1]Thus hath the Lord GOD shewed unto me: and behold a basket of summer fruit.
[2]And he said, Amos, what seest thou? And I said, A basket of summer fruit. Then said the LORD unto me, The end is come upon my people of Israel; I will not again pass by them any more.
[3]And the songs of the temple shall be howlings in that day, saith the Lord GOD: there shall be many dead bodies in every place; they shall cast them forth with silence.
[4]Hear this, O ye that swallow up the needy, even to make the poor of the land to fail,
[5]Saying, When will the new moon be gone, that we may sell corn? and the sabbath, that we may set forth wheat, making the ephah small, and the shekel great, and falsifying the balances by deceit?
[6]That we may buy the poor for silver, and the needy for a pair of shoes; yea, and sell the refuse of the wheat?
[7]The LORD hath sworn by the excellency of Jacob, Surely I will never forget any of their works.
[8]Shall not the land tremble for this, and every one mourn that dwelleth therein? and it shall rise up wholly as a flood; and it shall be cast out and drowned, as by the flood of Egypt.
[9]And it shall come to pass in that day, saith the Lord GOD, that I will cause the sun to go down at noon, and I will darken the earth in the clear day:
[10]And I will turn your feasts into mourning, and all your songs into lamentation; and I will bring up sackcloth upon all loins, and baldness upon every head; and I will make it as the mourning of an only son, and the end thereof as a bitter day.
[11]Behold, the days come, saith the Lord GOD, that I will send a famine in the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the LORD:
[12]And they shall wander from sea to sea, and from the north even to the east, they shall run to and fro to seek the word of the LORD, and shall not find it.
[13]In that day shall the fair virgins and young men faint for thirst.
[14]They that swear by the sin of Samaria, and say, Thy god, O Dan, liveth; and, The manner of Beersheba liveth; even they shall fall, and never rise up again.

Amos 6:11-14
[11]For, behold, the LORD commandeth, and he will smite the great house with breaches, and the little house with clefts.
[12]Shall horses run upon the rock? will one plow there with oxen? for ye have turned judgment into gall, and the fruit of righteousness into hemlock:
[13]Ye which rejoice in a thing of nought, which say, Have we not taken to us horns by our own strength?
[14]But, behold, I will raise up against you a nation, O house of Israel, saith the LORD the God of hosts; and they shall afflict you from the entering in of Hemath unto the river of the wilderness.

Amos 5:7-8,10-16,27
[7]Ye who turn judgment to wormwood, and leave off righteousness in the earth,
[8]Seek him that maketh the seven stars and Orion, and turneth the shadow of death into the morning, and maketh the day dark with night: that calleth for the waters of the sea, and poureth them out upon the face of the earth: The LORD is his name:
[10]They hate him that rebuketh in the gate, and they abhor him that speaketh uprightly.
[11]Forasmuch therefore as your treading is upon the poor, and ye take from him burdens of wheat: ye have built houses of hewn stone, but ye shall not dwell in them; ye have planted pleasant vineyards, but ye shall not drink wine of them.
[12]For I know your manifold transgressions and your mighty sins: they afflict the just, they take a bribe, and they turn aside the poor in the gate from their right.
[13]Therefore the prudent shall keep silence in that time; for it is an evil time.
[14]Seek good, and not evil, that ye may live: and so the LORD, the God of hosts, shall be with you, as ye have spoken.
[15]Hate the evil, and love the good, and establish judgment in the gate: it may be that the LORD God of hosts will be gracious unto the remnant of Joseph.
[16]Therefore the LORD, the God of hosts, the Lord, saith thus; Wailing shall be in all streets; and they shall say in all the highways, Alas! alas! and they shall call the husbandman to mourning, and such as are skilful of lamentation to wailing.
[27]Therefore will I cause you to go into captivity beyond Damascus, saith the LORD, whose name is The God of hosts.

Mark 13:5-8
[5]And Jesus answering them began to say, Take heed lest any man deceive you:
[6]For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many.
[7]And when ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars, be ye not troubled: for such things must needs be; but the end shall not be yet.
[8]For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be earthquakes in divers places, and there shall be famines and troubles: these are the beginnings of sorrows.

Organization of American States

  1. To design and implement or strengthen public policies to improve economic and social conditions to generate more and better opportunities for advancement of our populations, particularly young people, through the development of human talent, the creation of more and better jobs, the stimulation of the productive sector, access to credit, and improved citizen security, among other factors, so that the decision to migrate can be taken freely and voluntarily. (Migration, Initiatives VII Summit of the Americas, Panama City, 2015).
  1. To strengthen dialogue processes at the national, subregional, and hemispheric levels to discuss comprehensive migration policies. In that framework, to recognize the pivotal role of work, decent employment, and fair remuneration, as well as the importance of adopting measures, policies, and programs to facilitate orderly and regular labor migration flows and the regularization of migrants, and to promote labor mobility programs, in accordance with each country’s laws and in a framework of unfettered respect for the human rights of migrant workers and their families, especially underscoring the importance of family reunification and promoting conditions for decent and dignified work. (Migration, Initiatives VII Summit of the Americas, Panama City, 2015).
  1. To strengthen programs to prevent and fight illicit smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons, particularly of women, children and adolescents, as well as to generate, review and amend laws, where appropriate, against these crimes so that, in their enforcement, they will render assistance and protection to victims of trafficking and to promote cooperation among states to that end, in accordance with the Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and its protocols on trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants. (Migration, Initiatives VII Summit of the Americas, Panama City, 2015).
  1. To support diaspora associations in their desire to structure and improve the effectiveness of their contribution to the social and economic development of their communities of origin, as well as to strengthen their interaction with their host communities. (Migration, Initiatives VII Summit of the Americas, Panama City, 2015).
  1. To develop comprehensive public policies, as appropriate, to strengthen social inclusion of migrants in a bid to overcome marginalization, victimization, and poverty and, regardless of their immigration status, protect their human rights. (Poverty, Inequality, and Inequity, Cartagena, 2012).
  1. To strengthen our efforts to prevent and fight the smuggling of migrants and trafficking of persons, particularly of women, children and adolescents, and to promote cooperation among states to that end, respecting and fully protecting their human rights. (Citizen Security and Transnational Organized Crime, Cartagena, 2012).
  1. We reaffirm the importance of fully protecting the human rights of migrants, regardless of their immigration status, and observance of the labour laws applicable to them, including the principles and labour rights embodied in the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (Declaration of Port of Spain, 2009).
  1. We call for an increase in inter-American cooperation and dialogue to reduce and discourage undocumented migration as well as to promote migration processes in accordance with the national legal system of each State and applicable international human rights law. We commit to dialogue in order to reduce the cost and facilitate remittances and to increase efforts to combat smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons, in keeping with international instruments of human rights; to provide for the dignified, orderly, and safe return of migrant, and to invite states to exchange best practices on establishing bilateral programs for migrant workers (Declaration of Mar del Plata, 2005).
  1. To criminalize migrant smuggling and trafficking in persons, effectively enforce national laws and regulations to confront migrant smuggling and trafficking in persons, and strengthen institutions and the training of professional staff to be better positioned to investigate and prosecute the responsible parties, undertake prevention initiatives, as well as protect and assist the victims of these crimes. (Plan of Action Mar del Plata, 2005).
  1. To strengthen constructive dialogue on international migration , with a view to full recognition of human rights of migrant workers, reduce their vulnerable conditions at work, as well as advocate effective compliance of the principle of equality and non-discrimination at work in accordance with international instruments in this area and, thereby, ensure that migration is an orderly process that benefits all parties and boosts productivity at the global level.* (Plan of Action Mar del Plata, 2005)
    *The United States notes that this language was discussed in connection with the declaration and consensus was achieved, including the United States, on the basis of the following language: “increase Inter-American cooperation and dialogue to reduce and discourage undocumented migration as well as to promote migration processes in accordance with the legal system of each state and applicable international human rights law
  1. To strengthen and establish collaboration mechanisms among countries of transit, origin and reception of migrant workers in the Hemisphere so as to disseminate information on labor rights of migrant workers. (Plan of Action Mar del Plata, 2005).
  1. We recognize that remittances are an important source of capital in many countries of the Hemisphere. We commit to take concrete actions to promote the establishment, as soon as possible, of necessary conditions, in order to achieve the goal of reducing by at least half the regional average cost of these transfers no later than 2008 and report on progress achieved at the next Summit of the Americas in Argentina in 2005. We will adopt, as needed or appropriate, measures such as: the promotion of competition between the providers of these services, the elimination of regulatory obstacles and other restrictive measures that affect the cost of these transfers, as well as the use of new technologies, while maintaining effective financial oversight (Declaration of Nuevo León, 2004).
  1. We underscore the importance of cooperation between countries of origin, transit, and destination, to ensure the full protection of human rights of all migrants, including migratory workers and their families, and the observance of labor laws applicable to them, in accordance with the commitments agreed to in the Santiago and Quebec City Summits. We support the adoption of programs for orderly migration as a factor of economic and social development; and we will cooperate in the fight against trafficking in persons, which especially affects women and children (Declaration of Nuevo León, 2004).
  1. We recognize the cultural and economic contributions made by migrants to receiving societies as well as to their communities of origin. We are committed to ensuring dignified, humane treatment with appropriate legal protections, defense of human rights, and safe and healthy labor conditions for migrants. We will strengthen mechanisms for hemispheric cooperation to address the legitimate needs of migrants and take effective measures against trafficking in human beings (Declaration of Québec, 2001).
  1. Reaffirming the commitments made in 1998 at the Santiago Summit concerning the protection of the human rights of migrants, including migrant workers and their families :( Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Strengthen cooperation among states to address, with a comprehensive, objective and long-term focus, the manifestations, origins and effects of migration in the region ;( Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Promote recognition of the value of close cooperation among countries of origin, transit and destination in order to ensure protection of the human rights of migrants ;( Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Establish an inter-American program within the OAS for the promotion and protection of the human rights of migrants, including migrant workers and their families, taking into account the activities of the IACHR and supporting the work of the IACHR Special Rapporteur on Migrant Workers and the UN Special Rapporteur on Migration;( Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Commit to undertake the widest possible cooperation and exchange of information among states concerning illegal trafficking networks , including developing preventative campaigns on the dangers and risks faced by migrants , particularly women and children who often can be victims of such trafficking, with a view to eradicating this crime;(Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Establish linkages with subregional processes, such as the Regional Conference on Migration and the South American Conference on Migration, which are dialogue fora, in order to exchange information on the migration phenomenon, as well as promote cooperation with specialized international organizations, such as the International Organization of Migration (IOM), in order to advance and coordinate implementation efforts of Summit mandates; (Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Recognizing the positive aspects and benefits of orderly migration in countries of origin, transit and destination as a factor contributing to economic growth and national and regional development :( Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Support initiatives designed to strengthen linkages among migrant communities abroad and their places of origin and promote cooperative mechanisms that simplify and speed up the transfer of migrant remittances and substantially reduce the costs of sending them ;( Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Support voluntary initiatives designed by communities or individuals for the use of funds in investment and productive projects benefitting the general welfare in communities of origin ;( Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Promote the discussion of the migration phenomenon at the hemispheric level with due regard for its multi-dimensional nature and regional differences and, in so doing, consider the inclusion of the topic of migration in discussions on trade and economic integration (Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Support programs of cooperation in immigration procedures for cross border labor markets and the migration of workers, both in countries of origin and destination, as a means to enhance economic growth in full cognizance of the role that cooperation in education and training can play in mitigating any adverse consequences of the movement of human capital from smaller and less developed states;(Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Strive to ensure that migrants have access to basic social services, consistent with each country's internal legal framework ;( Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Create and harmonize statistical information systems and foster the sharing of information and best practices through the use of new information and communications technologies , with the aim of promoting the modernization of migration management;(Plan of Action Québec, 2001).
  1. Comply with the applicable international human rights instruments and, consistent with the legal framework of each country, guarantee the human rights of all migrants, including migrant workers and their families.(Plan of Action Santiago, 1998).
  1. Seek full compliance with, and protection of, the human rights of all migrants , including migrant workers, and their families, and adopt effective measures, including the strengthening of public awareness, to prevent and eradicate violations of human rights and eliminate all forms of discrimination against them, particularly racial discrimination, xenophobia, and related intolerance.(Plan of Action Santiago, 1998)
  1. Reaffirm the sovereign right of each State to formulate and apply its own legal framework and policies for migration , including the granting of permission to migrants to enter, stay, or exercise economic activity, in full conformity with applicable international instruments relating to human rights and in a spirit of cooperation.(Plan of Action Santiago, 1998)
  1. Seek full respect for, and compliance with, the 1963 Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, especially as it relates to the right of nationals, regardless of their immigration status, to communicate with a consular officer of their own State in case of detention .(Plan of Action Santiago, 1998)
  1. Protect the rights of all migrant workers and their families, consistent with each country´s internal legal framework, by taking steps, in case they do not exist, to: 1) provide, with respect to working conditions, the same legal protection as for national workers; 2) facilitate, as appropriate, the payment of full wages owed when the worker has returned to his/her country, and allow them to arrange the transfer of their personal effects; 3) recognize the rights of citizenship and nationality of the children of all migrant workers who may be entitled to such rights, and any other rights they may have in each country; 4) encourage the negotiation of bilateral or multilateral agreements, regarding the remission of social security benefits accrued by migrant workers; 5) protect all migrant workers and their families, through law enforcement and information campaigns, from becoming victims of exploitation and abuse from alien smuggling; 6) prevent abuse and mistreatment of all migrant workers by employers or any authorities entrusted with the enforcement of migration policies and border control; and 7) encourage and promote respect for the cultural identity of all migrants.(Plan of Action Santiago, 1998)
  1. Support the activities of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights with regard to the protection of the rights of migrant workers and their families, particularly through the Special Rapporteur for Migrant Workers.(Plan of Action Santiago, 1998)
  • Initiative 33 Develop appropriate policies on migration, promote savings and investment opportunities to create jobs, and develop sustainable means of livelihood, in particular for the poorest and most vulnerable sectors. (Plan of Action Santa Cruz de la Sierra, 1996).
  • 2.8 Guarantee the protection of the human rights of all migrant workers and their families. Take the necessary steps to remedy inhumane conditions in prisons and to minimize the number of pretrial detainees. (Plan of Action Miami, 1994).

- Charity Paves over Sins.  America's sins have been reached into the heavens so high that it needs to be giving every bit of charity it can administer to the world in order for the LORD to not quickly deliver justice and destroy it.  

Every time America is slack on charity (Austerity), some judgment eventually happens:  

1. Shortly, after the 1970s and 1980s conservative reforms that stripped Civil Rights reforms to the point of ineffectiveness for groups such as Black Males and closed down nearly 70% of the poverty alleviating Great Society programs of the 1960s-  factories left America and Crime went sky high.

2. In a matter of 48 months after PRWORA (welfare reform) was passed the Economy collapsed from the bubble, and after 60 months the  9/11 attacks happened.

1 Clement 21

1. HE that has the love that is in Christ, let him keep the commandments of Christ
2 For who is able to express the  [note: Bond] obligation of the love of God? What man is sufficient to declare, and is fitting, the excellency of its beauty?
 3 The height to which charity leads is inexpressible
4 Charity  [note: Glues] unites us to God;  [note: 1 Peter iv 9] charity covers the multitude of sins:  [note: 1 Cor xiii 7, &c] charity endures all things, is long-suffering in all things
5 There is nothing base and sordid in charity; charity lifts not itself up above others; admits of no divisions; is not seditious; but does all things in peace and concord
6 By charity were all the elect of God made perfect: Without it nothing is pleasing and acceptable in the sight of God
7 Through charity did the Lord  [note: Take as up] join us unto himself; whilst for the love that he bore towards us, our Lord Jesus Christ gave his own blood for us, by the will of God; his flesh for our flesh; his soul, for our souls
8 ¶ Ye see, beloved, how great and wonderful a thing charity is: and how that no expressions are sufficient to declare its perfection
9 But who is fit to be found in it? Even such only as God shall vouchsafe to make so
10 Let us therefore pray to him, and beseech him, that we may be worthy of it; that so we may live in charity; being unblameable, without human propensities, without respect of persons
11 All the ages of the world, from Adam, even unto this day, are passed away; but they who have been made perfect in love, have by the grace of God obtained a place among the righteous; and shall be made manifest in the  [note: Animadversion, or visitation] judgment of the kingdom of Christ
12 For it is written,  [note: Isaiah xxvi 20] Enter into thy chambers for a little space, till my anger and indignation shall pass away: And I will remember the good day, and will raise you up out of your graves
13 Happy  [note: Are we] then shall we be, beloved, if we shall have fulfilled the commandments of God, in the unity of love; that so, through love, our sins may be forgiven us
14 For so it is written,  [note: Psalm xxxii] Blessed are they whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose sins are covered. Blessed is the man to whom the Lord imputeth no sin, and in whose mouth there is no guile
15 Now this blessing is fulfilled in those who are chosen by God through Jesus Christ our Lord, to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen.

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