Interesting Events in US History – Part #3

Gun Control Begins with the passage of The National Firearms Act of 1934

YEAR EVENT DESCRIPTION
1934 US citizen rights under the 2nd Amendment (right to bear arms) begin eroding via The National Firearms Act of 1934. The act was passed by a very liberal, almost socialist, Democrat run Congress and signed into law by Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a socialist and Progressive extremist.the NRA supported Gun Control Begins with the passage of The National Firearms Act of 1934
1934 The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) was created to control all forms of wire and wireless communication. This brought the US half-way into compliance with the Communist Manifesto’s 6th plank; “Centralisation of the means of CensorshipBeginscommunication and transport in the hands of the State.”
1935 The FBI was created by Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt (socialist and Progressive extremist) and J. Edgar Hoover was placed in charge of this newly formed, all powerful, law enforcement agency.   The FBI was well known for its outright murdering of opponents and criminals. They are most notoriously known their assault on the Davidian religious group that resulted in the deaths of 78 men, women and child when their compound was set on fire by members of the FBI. The FBI is well-known to be a tool of Presidents against political opponents and Hoover himself blackmailed many politicians himself from material he illegally gathered with FBI personnel. Hoover was also known as a sexual pervert and deviant, and a black cloud of suspicion and fear has lingered over the FBI from its very beginning.
1935 The beginning of the system now known as Social Security. This program was implemented by Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a socialist and Progressive extremist. The design of the SS program matches perfectly with a criminal enterprise call a Ponzi Scheme. But the scheme was made legal by an act of Congress. Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt forcing Congress to pass it through his influence. In 2010 the SS program began paying out more than it was taking in. All funds are expected to be expended by 2035 and the program will be completely broke. SS has at least $15,000,000,000,000 of unfunded liabilities as of 2011. The SS payments were never kept in trust as the law required. The federal government spent the money on other purposes as the monies came in. In other words it was used as general operating funds with government IOUs placed in the SS Trust Fund. The US Government is now directly in debt by $18trillion with unfunded liabilities well over $100trillion dollars.
1935 H.G. Wells comment on The New DealThe second New Deal wave of programs were adopted including the government endorsement of socialist and Communist backed unions. This brought the US into partial compliance with the Communist Manifesto’s 8th plank; “Equal liability of all to labour. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture.”
1937 The Progressive/socialist stacked Supreme Court gives the federal government virtually 100% control of all commerce in the US under the Commerce Clause. This is done in direct opposition to the original intent of the Constitution of limited federal authority in such matters. But the Constitution and the Founding Father’s intent is ignored by the radical Supreme Court Justices.
1939 Police departments, under Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a socialist and Progressive extremist, begin purchasing armored vehicles.
1941 The War Powers Act of 1941 was passed at the demand of Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a socialist and Progressive extremist. This act gave the President vast authority to act without the approval of Congress. This newly assumed authority by President Roosevelt had been, and still is, limited by the Constitution but ignored by presidents since FDR, especially Democrat Presidents.
1942 Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a socialist and Progressive extremist Peral Harborenters the United States into World War II.
1942 The Supreme Court (stacked with Progressives) under the direction of Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a socialist and Progressive extremist, ruled that the federal government could dictate to farmers what crops they could grow and how much. This move was made by Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt, to control the price of wheat, driving the price up and making food products more expensive while removing money from the farmers who grew it.   This brought the US into full compliance with the Communist Manifesto’s 9th plank; “Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries”

4 thoughts on “Interesting Events in US History – Part #3

  1. Pingback: Interesting Events in US History – Part #3 | A.H. Trimble – Emergency preparedness information for disasters and grid-down | Individuals Talking Back

  2. The very first gun laws were to prohibit ownership of firearms by slaves, and again later freed slaves… oh, wait that’s the same as today.

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