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We Are All Aliens Mr Trump
January 06, 2020 @ 06:09:03 pm
Freedom of Speech & WB Protection

Waking The World....this 1 (1/6/2020 Upload)

We are on the way....there's so much more to share...yes, the public needs to know & all people have the right to be present & informed...the story must be told...

How I'm "SEEING" it....

June 26, 2018 Trump VS Hawaii

In 1988, President Reagan and the 100th Congress introduced the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, whose purpose amongst others was to acknowledge and apologize for actions of the US against individuals of Japanese ancestry during World War II.[32] The statement from Congress agreed with the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, that "a grave injustice was done to both citizens and permanent resident aliens of Japanese ... without adequate security reasons and without any acts of espionage or sabotage documented by the Commission, and were motivated largely by racial prejudice, wartime hysteria, and a failure of political leadership".

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In 2015, presidential candidate Donald Trump made a proposal to ban foreign Muslims from entering the United States (as part of the War on Terror); Roosevelt's application of the Alien Enemies Act was cited as a possible justification. The proposal created international controversy, drawing criticism from foreign heads of state that have historically remained uninvolved in United States presidential elections.[33][34][35][36] A former Reagan Administration aide noted that, despite criticism of Trump's proposal to invoke the law, "the Alien Enemies Act ... is still on the books ... (and people) in Congress for many decades (haven't) repealed the law ... (nor has) Barack Obama".[37] Other critics claimed that the proposal violated founding principles, and was unconstitutional for singling out a religion, and not a hostile nation. They included the Pentagon and others, who argued that the proposal (and its citation of the Alien Enemies proclamations as authority) played into the ISIL narrative that the United States was at war with the entire Muslim religion (not just with ISIL and other terrorist entities).[38] On June 26, 2018, in the 5–4 decision Trump v. Hawaii, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Presidential Proclamation 9645, the third version of President Trump's travel ban, with the majority opinion being written by Chief Justice John Roberts.[39]



Trump VS Hawaii (Freedom to Travel=Aliens & EOs) "UNITED" States of America! Not "Divided States" WWG1WGA

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trump_v._Hawaii

We are immigrant descendants
We are aliens

911

The Sphere 911 WTC ORB of REMEMBRANCE

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sphere

A plaque alongside The Sphere read as follows:

For three decades, this sculpture stood in the plaza of the World Trade Center. Entitled The Sphere, it was conceived by artist Fritz Koenig as a symbol of world peace. It was damaged during the tragic events of September 11, 2001, but endures as an icon of hope and the indestructible spirit of this country. The Sphere was placed here on March 11, 2002 as a temporary memorial to all who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center.

This eternal flame was ignited on September 11, 2002 in honor of all those who were lost. Their spirit and sacrifice will never be forgotten.[8]

Relocation to Liberty Park

Installation at Liberty Park in 2017

According to NYC Parks spokeswoman Vickie Karp, the city was looking to relocate The Sphere in summer 2012, when construction began to restore Battery Park’s lawn, requiring the sculpture to be moved.

Life, Liberty & Pursuit of Happiness

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ), which owns The Sphere, considered placing the sculpture in Liberty Park, located between the 90 West Street building and the World Trade Center Memorial site. Liberty Park would not be constructed until at least 2014, so a temporary location was needed to place The Sphere.

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By February 2011, PANYNJ had not made an official final decision on where to place the sculpture once Battery Park construction commenced, requiring the sculpture to be moved, possibly into storage.[9][10]

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The Sphere 911 WTC ORB of REMEMBRANCE

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sphere

Trump, UNITED States, Egypt & Saudi Arabia (ORBS)SEE WTC mm
Magic Orb?
Magi=3 kings (Orion's belt)

See:

Transformers Orb, pyramid= aligned with Orion's 3 star belt (above mirrors below)

Trump's family Coat of Arms Symbols:

A. Taurus the Null 2D-3D no longer bound

B. Orion's 3 star belt

Job 38:1-11, 31-32

https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2019/01/trumps-orb-image-proved-to-be-a-revelation/579619/

When Donald Trump Touched the Magic Orb

Two years ago today, the U.S. president, King Salman of Saudi Arabia, and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi took an iconic photograph.

JAMES PARKER MAY 21, 2019

In this May 21, 2017 photo, from left to right: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, Saudi King Salman, United States First Lady Melania Trump, and President Donald Trump visit the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. (Saudi Press Agency via AP)

“For clarification,” the Church of Satan helpfully tweeted, “this is not a Satanic ritual.” So what is it? Something sinister, surely, some species of power Sabbath or midnight summit. Three rulers of men, three pairs of hands on an orb of white light. On the left, smiling and fatuously composed, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt; in the center, high-shouldered and witchily titillated, King Salman of Saudi Arabia; and on the right, basking, gently broiling in the orb’s glow, Donald Trump. Of the three men, he appears the happiest, the most conspicuously nourished by this wacky, inhuman light. See how it searches out the paler densities of his face, how it touches off the golden flare of his eyebrows. Behind him is the enigma: Melania Trump, vacant and flawlessly intense, like a pole vaulter clearing her mind before an attempt at the world record.

I have waited in vain these two Trumpy years for an American equivalent of the English word naff to present itself. Naff, which has its roots, possibly, in Polari or gay slang, indicates an extreme of unstylishness—not just bad taste or no taste, but a vulgarity so vast and humorless that it precludes the possibility of taste altogether. Bright-red baseball hats: naff. Wanting a military parade: naff! The first family on inauguration night, listening from behind a plastic screen to a performance by 3 Doors Down: a blazing nirvana of naffness.

When the orb image first circulated, during Donald Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia in early 2017, the internet giggled nervously. The orb was a crystal ball, a node of freemasonry, a concentration of diabolic energy, and the three kings were its slaves. Hydra, the Illuminati, Saruman the White, etc. Trump might as well have appeared astride a golden calf or greedily clutching a chalice of goat’s blood. But the point of the image is not its flavor of the occult; the point is its unbelievable, its almost otherworldly, naffness. As with other moments from the Trumpian spectacular—the dinner with Mitt Romney, the deflated Pope Francis—you do yourself an imaginative mischief, you blow your own mind, if you try to interpret it. There’s nothing to interpret. It’s right there. No magic, no secret, no esoteric conclave. Just this life-draining, futuristic, departure-lounge tawdriness. The vibe is catastrophic. The people look ill. Only Trump, chin raised, mouth set in bullion-faced complacency, appears healthy. He’s in his element.

This article originally appeared as a part of our series, Unthinkable: Fifty Moments That Define an Improbable Presidency.

JAMES PARKER is a staff writer at The Atlantic and the author of Turned On.

Pics Orbs................

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Vatican Orb Wheels Within Wheels

https://mymodernmet.com/arnaldo-pomodoro-sphere-within-a-sphere/


Trump Visited Hawaii

https://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/38395923/president-trump-to-visit-hawaii-after-historic-summit-with-nkorea/

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Trump VS Hawaii (Freedom to Travel=Aliens & EOs) "UNITED" States of America! Not "Divided States" WWG1WGA

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trump_v._Hawaii

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US Congress Speaks About The Urgency of The Focus on Alien Foreign Bodies & The World's Freedom of Information,Waking Every1 Up!

https://youtu.be/l06fKUiv99s

Freedom of Speech

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_speech_in_the_United_States

Information Society

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_society

Information Society (Cyber Soldiers...THE NEXT STEP)

https://web.archive.org/web/20051028032148/https://topics.developmentgateway.org/special/informationsociety


Email Leaks 2016

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_Democratic_National_Committee_email_leak.

John Podesta

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Podesta

Presidential Transition what was n that envelope Reagan left peanuts & a note for the squirrels, advising they shouldn't rely on the next President to feed them nuts because he didn't think he liked squirrels as much.
PRICELESS!

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidential_transition_of_Barack_Obama

Trump Ukraine Scandal
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trump%E2%80%93Ukraine_scandal.

Whistleblower Protection

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whistleblower_protection_in_the_United_States.

John Bolton National Security Advisor

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Bolton.

Rudy Giuliani

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudy_Giuliani.

Why Dozens Of National Security Experts Have Come Out Against Trump's Travel Ban

April 24, 2018 5:00 AM ET

Former Central Intelligence Agency Director Gen. Michael Hayden, who served under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, has come out against the Trump travel ban.

David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images

It is rare, if not unheard of, for former intelligence experts to weigh in against the government in a major national security case. But the Trump travel ban, to be argued Wednesday in the U.S. Supreme Court, has produced an astounding and bipartisan coalition of intelligence and national security heavyweights who are urging the court to strike down the ban.

We are not bound behind walls of this world

Agenda 2030 Invasive Species Act (Obama, ISIL & EO)

https://youtu.be/HaAnyuxM0bo

ISIL

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_State_of_Iraq_and_the_Levant.

Information Society (Cyber Soldiers...THE NEXT STEP)

https://web.archive.org/web/20051028032148/https://topics.developmentgateway.org/special/informationsociety

Pleiadians, Eisenhower, Aliens, Freedom Speech & Information Act

https://youtu.be/eeIEXzUnGT4

General Mark Milley Speech on the Hybrid Alien Army

https://youtu.be/I1-0eTI3mto

Ronald Reagan Speech on Aliens

https://youtu.be/MAAHgAuti84

The Alien Enemies Acts remained in effect at the outset of World War I and remains U.S. law today.[29] It was recodified to be part of the US war and national defense statutes (50 USC 21–24).[29]

On December 7, 1941, responding to the bombing of Pearl Harbor, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt used the authority of the revised Alien Enemies Act to issue presidential proclamations 2525 (Alien Enemies – Japanese), 2526 (Alien Enemies – German), and 2527 (Alien Enemies – Italian), to apprehend, restrain, secure and remove Japanese, German, and Italian non-citizens.[29] On February 19, 1942, citing authority of the wartime powers of the president and commander in chief, Roosevelt made Executive Order 9066, authorizing the Secretary of War to prescribe military areas and giving him authority that superseded the authority of other executives under Proclamations 2525-7. EO 9066 led to the internment of Japanese Americans, whereby over 110,000 people of Japanese ancestry living on the Pacific coast were forcibly relocated and forced to live in camps in the interior of the country, 62% of whom were United States citizens, not aliens.[30][31]

Hostilities with Germany and Italy ended in May 1945, and with Japan in August. Alien enemies, and U.S. citizens, continued to be interned. On July 14, 1945, President Harry S. Truman issued Presidential Proclamation 2655, titled "Removal of Alien Enemies". The proclamation gave the Attorney General authority regarding aliens enemies within the continental United States, to decide whether they are "dangerous to the public peace and safety of the United States", to order them removed, and to create regulations governing their removal. The proclamation cited the revised Alien Enemies Act (50 U.S.C. 21–24) as to powers of the President to make public proclamation regarding "subjects of the hostile nation" more than fourteen years old and living inside the United States but not naturalized, to remove them as alien enemies, and to determine the means of removal.

On September 8, 1945, Truman issued Presidential Proclamation 2662, titled "Removal of Alien Enemies". The revised Alien Enemies Act (50 U.S.C. 21–24) was cited as to removal of alien enemies in the interest of the public safety. The United States had agreed, at a conference in Rio de Janeiro in 1942, to assume responsibility for the restraint and repatriation of dangerous alien enemies to be sent to the United States from Latin American republics. In another inter-American conference in Mexico City on March 8, 1945, North and South American governments resolved to recommended adoption of measures to prevent aliens of hostile nations who were deemed to be security threats or threats to welfare from remaining in North or South America. Truman gave authority to the Secretary of State to determine if alien enemies in the United States who were sent to the United States from Latin America, or who were in the United States illegally, endangered the welfare or security of the country. The Secretary of State was given power to remove them "to destinations outside the limits of the Western Hemisphere", to the former enemy territory of the governments to whose "principles of which (the alien enemies) have adhered". The Department of Justice was directed to assist the Secretary of State in their prompt removal.

On April 10, 1946, Truman issued Presidential Proclamation 2685, titled "Removal of Alien Enemies", citing the revised Alien Enemies Act (50 U.S.C. 21–24) as to its provision for the "removal from the United States of alien enemies in the interest of the public safety". Truman proclaimed regulations that were in addition to and supplemented other "regulations affecting the restraint and removal of alien enemies". As to alien enemies who had been brought into the continental United States from Latin America after December 1941, the proclamation gave the Secretary of State authority to decide if their presence was "prejudicial to the future security or welfare of the Americas", and to make regulations for their removal. 30 days was set as the reasonable time for them to "effect the recovery, disposal, and removal of (their) goods and effects, and for (their) departure".

In 1947 New York's Ellis Island continued to incarcerate hundreds of ethnic Germans. Fort Lincoln was a large internment camp still holding internees in North Dakota. North Dakota was represented by controversial Senator William "Wild Bill" Langer. Langer introduced a bill (S. 1749) "for the relief of all persons detained as enemy aliens", and directing the US Attorney General to cancel "outstanding warrants of arrest, removal, or deportation" for many German aliens still interned, listing many by name, and all of those detained by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), which was under the Department of Justice (DOJ). It directed the INS not to issue any more warrants or orders, if their only basis was the original warrants of arrest. The bill never passed. The Attorney General gave up plenary jurisdiction over the last internee on Ellis Island late in 1948.

In Ludecke v. Watkins (1948), the Supreme Court interpreted the time of release under the Alien Enemies Act. German alien Kurt G. W. Ludecke was detained in 1941, under Proclamation 2526. and continued to be held after cessation of hostilities. In 1947, Ludecke petitioned for a writ of habeas corpus to order his release, after the Attorney General ordered him deported. The court ruled 5–4 to release Ludecke, but also found that the Alien Enemies Act allowed for detainment beyond the time hostilities ceased, until an actual treaty was signed with the hostile nation or government.

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In 1988, President Reagan and the 100th Congress introduced the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, whose purpose amongst others was to acknowledge and apologize for actions of the US against individuals of Japanese ancestry during World War II.[32] The statement from Congress agreed with the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, that "a grave injustice was done to both citizens and permanent resident aliens of Japanese ... without adequate security reasons and without any acts of espionage or sabotage documented by the Commission, and were motivated largely by racial prejudice, wartime hysteria, and a failure of political leadership".

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In 2015, presidential candidate Donald Trump made a proposal to ban foreign Muslims from entering the United States (as part of the War on Terror); Roosevelt's application of the Alien Enemies Act was cited as a possible justification. The proposal created international controversy, drawing criticism from foreign heads of state that have historically remained uninvolved in United States presidential elections.[33][34][35][36] A former Reagan Administration aide noted that, despite criticism of Trump's proposal to invoke the law, "the Alien Enemies Act ... is still on the books ... (and people) in Congress for many decades (haven't) repealed the law ... (nor has) Barack Obama".[37] Other critics claimed that the proposal violated founding principles, and was unconstitutional for singling out a religion, and not a hostile nation. They included the Pentagon and others, who argued that the proposal (and its citation of the Alien Enemies proclamations as authority) played into the ISIL narrative that the United States was at war with the entire Muslim religion (not just with ISIL and other terrorist entities).[38] On June 26, 2018, in the 5–4 decision Trump v. Hawaii, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Presidential Proclamation 9645, the third version of President Trump's travel ban, with the majority opinion being written by Chief Justice John Roberts.[39]

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