And Joshua knew their thoughts, and said unto them, "very kingdom divided against itself is
brought to desolation; and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand"

(Matthew 12:25).

President Lincoln said:

A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this government cannot endure, permanently, half slave and half free. I do not expect the Union to be dissolved—I do not expect the house to fall—but I do expect it will cease to be divided. It will become all one thing or all the other. Either the opponents of slavery will arrest the further spread of it, and place it where the public mind shall rest in the belief that it is in the course of ultimate extinction; or its advocates will push it forward, till it shall become lawful in all the States, old as well as new—North as well as South. (June 16, 1858, Speech at The Illinois State Capitol).

Every school day in the United States, children from kindergarten to high school are required to pledge allegiance to the U.S. flag. Additionally, children in Texas are required to pledge allegiance to the Lone Star flag.


"I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."
 

Children in the U.S. are required to pledge allegiance to the U.S. flag.

Additionally, children in Texas are required to pledge allegiance to the Texas flag!!


"Honor the Texas flag; I pledge allegiance to thee,
Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible."

No wonder children in Texas are in a state of confusion when they have to pledge allegiance to 2 flags. When children are taught from childhood to have divided allegiances, it sets the stage for confusion and TREASON.


Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908–1973).
"President" from Nov. '63 to Jan. '69.
 

It seems that almost everybody knew that President Kennedy was going to be assassinated in Dallas.

President Kennedy received several letters from friends in Dallas warning him not to come to the city, but Pierre Salinger, his press secretary, did not pass along the letters.

Lyndon Johnson was following the script pioneered by usurper John Tyler in 1841 after the assassination of President Harrison.

 

 
Lyndon Johnson and the Pink Panther at a breakfast in Fort Worth, Nov. 22, 1963.

Lyndon Johnson was very familiar with the story of President Harrison—the first President to be assassinated—and the subsequent power grab by John Tyler.


Lyndon Johnson escaping from
Parkland Hospital with the body
of President Kennedy.
 

The timing of the assassination was critical for the plotters. Everything went according to plan and the President was pronounced dead at 1.00 p.m.

Federal Judge Sarah T. Hughes administered a "presidential oath" to Lyndon Johnson.

On the right can be seen the sinister Jack Valenti, who tried desperately to ban the 1991 movie JFK by Oliver Stone.

Johnson was sworn in with his
hand on a Roman missal.

Johnson was using the precedent sent by John Tyler, who ignored the Supreme Court, and grabbed a Federal judge to administer the "Presidential Oath" of office.


The Texas Capitol building at Austin.
 

If all the meticulous planning for the assassination went according to plan, Air Force One would have done a
U-TURN and headed back to Austin, Texas.

Texas secession from the Union was top priority for
Lyndon Johnson.

After Texas seceded, the diabolical Confederacy, with Richmond as its capital, would have been resurrected again!!


The Texas Lone Star flag.

Unlike Vice President Tyler, Lyndon Johnson did not plan on returning to Washington City. He was waiting for the death of "Oswald" the Communist and the "Soviet" attack on Washington City. Then he expected to do a U-turn and head back to Austin—the capital of the "Republic" of Texas.


A terribly disappointed Lyndon Johnson
made a brief speech after landing.
 

When the terribly disappointed Lyndon Johnson landed at Andrews Air Force Base, the first person to meet him should have been Chief Justice Earl Warren.

Warren could have administered the proper oath and reassured Johnson that he was not an "Accidential President."

Thanks to his BIG FAT PAYCHECKS for life, Warren never studied that burning issue, so he couldn't tell Johnson if he was the lawful President or not.


Chief Justice Earl Warren
(1891–1974).

If Warren couldn't make it to the airport, Johnson's limousine could have sped him to the Supreme Court Building, and there the oath could have been administered by the Chief Justice.

Texas was not legally annexed to the United States in 1845

The story of the annexation of Texas to the Union is one of the most diabolically clever scams in the entire history of the world. The architect of the plan was British Prime Minister George Canning (cunning).


President Harrison (17731841).
President from March 4 to April 4, 1841.
 

War of 1812 hero General William Henry Harrison was the Whig candidate for President in 1840.

On the same ticket was a lecherous lawyer named John Tyler. Tyler spent the war fornicating with his female slaves on his vast plantation in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Not until Kennedy and Johnson could 2 more dissimilar men be found on the same Presidential ballot.


John Tyler (17901862).
Acting President from to '41 to '45.

Somebody came up with a very witty slogan for the election, that would unite the 2 men in the minds of the voters, even though they had absolutely nothing in common.

Tyler financed his political ambitions by fathering slaves and then selling them. Many blacks can claim descent from John Tyler.


The "Tippecanoe and Tyler too"
election poster.
 

To unite the 2 men, a witty campaign slogan was conceived called "Tippecanoe and Tyler Too."

It was the first popular slogan to be used in a Presidential election.

The Presidential Oath of Office was administered by Chief Justice Roger B. Taney.


The inauguration of President Harrison,
March 4, 1841.

Both men ran on the same ballot, and no opportunity was given to the voters to reject slavemaster John Tyler.

After the inauguration of the President, Tyler returned to his slave plantation in Williamsburg to wait word of the death of the President. He didn't have to wait for long.

The death of President William Henry
Harrison on April 4, 1841.
 

President Harrison was assassinated by the British Secret Service after just 31 days in office.

John Tyler was anxiously awaiting word of the death of the President on his slave plantation.

He didn't have to wait very long, as word reached him on the same day, even though it is 230 miles from Washington City to Williamsburg.


Tyler receiving the "good news" that
President Harrison was dead.

The position of Vice President was deliberately created to be ambiguous by the lawyers who wrote the Constitution:

After his inauguration as vice president, John Tyler had returned to Williamsburg to consider how to respond if an anticipated presidential succession crisis arose. There was no precedent to instruct him because no previous president had died in office. Also of little guidance was the wording of the Constitution, which was vague and ambiguous on the question of succession. It was unclear whether the vice president became president in his own right, or whether he was to be acting president until a new chief executive was duly elected. (Crapol, John Tyler: The Accidental President, p. 9).

Tyler was not in Dallas when he heard the "good news" of the death of the President. He was in Washington City in less than 24 hours, and that is where the Supreme Court is located.

Chief Justice Roger B. Taney
(17771864).
 

All the justices of the Supreme Court were available to Tyler if he wished to make his Presidency legitimate.

He ignored them all . . . and those "guardians of the law" ignored him!

Judge William Cranch—a President Jefferson appointee—agreed to administer the "Presidential Oath."

 


Judge William Cranch
(17691855).

Here is a quote about that swearing-in from a biography of Tyler:

Tyler was then sworn into the office of President before William Cranch, chief judge of the circuit court of the District of Columbia. He felt that the oath taken as Vice-President was sufficient, but in order to forestall any doubts that might arise he took this second oath. The installation took place in the parlor of the Brown's "Indian Queen" hotel (Chitwood, John Tyler: Champion of the Old South, p. 203).

In 1850, Judge Cranch also swore in another usurper name Milliard Fillmore

The succession to the Presidency was not clearly defined until 1967!!

The Constitution of 1787, written by lawyers, was deliberately very vague about the most important office in the land, namely the President of the United States. A cursory glance at history would have told them that the SUCCESSION is the most important issue of all. It was the succession crisis in England at the time of King Henry VIII that led to the overthrown of Papal power in that country.

Here is all the lawyers had to say about Presidential succession:

In case of the removal of the President from office, or of his death, resignation, or inability to discharge the powers and duties of the said office, the same shall devolve on the Vice President, and the Congress may by law provide for the case of removal, death, resignation or inability, both of the President and Vice President, declaring what officer shall then act as President, and such officer shall act accordingly, until the disability be removed, or a President shall be elected. (Section I, Article II).

That language is typical lawyer legalese because it complicates a simple statement. Lawyers spend their whole lives making the plain and simple complicated. It's like adding unnecessary parts to a machine. They hate the Bible because it always uses GREAT PLAINESS OF SPEECH!

The office of Vice President was a SCAM from the very beginning. Many of the Founding Fathers opposed it, but it nevertheless became a recognized but ambiguous office in the Constitution. It wasn't until the passage of the 25th or Rockefeller Amendment that the duties of the office were defined:

In case of the removal of the President from office or of his death or resignation, the Vice President shall become President. (25th Amendment to the Constitution).

There was a very good reason why the lawyers left that position ambiguous. Just 2 recent examples will suffice:


1952 Ike and Nixon election
banner.
 

President Eisenhower was an internationally known WWII hero, and Richard Nixon was an honest, patriotic Senator from California.

If the 25th Amendment was in force in 1952, Ike would never have chosen Nixon as his "running mate" or any other man!!

President Kennedy was the son of a Massachusetts multi-millionaire, and Lyndon Johnson was a power-hungry Senator from Texas.

 

 

1960 Kennedy-Johnson
election banner.

If the 25th Amendment was in force in 1960, Kennedy would never have chosen Johnson as his "running mate" or any other man!!

To realize that there is a man waiting in the wings to replace you lawfully puts tremendous pressure on the President to obey the British prime minister, the bankers, and the Pentagon.

The following 8 men have been "Accidental Presidents," or came to power when the President died in office: John Tyler, Millard Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Chester A. Arthur, Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, Harry Truman, and Lyndon Johnson. Supposedly, President Truman authorized the atomic bombing of Japan. Was he the lawful President at that time? The Supreme Court didn't know.

The USS Princeton explosion was the Titanic on the Potomac!!

On February 28, 1844, 300 of the top people in Washington City were on a cruise on the Potomac when a massive gun exploded. 2 of the most important people in the government were killed: Secretary of State Abel Upshur, and Navy Secretary Thomas Gilmer.


USS Princeton was a state of the art
screw propeller steamship.
 

Captain Robert Stockton commanded the state of the art steamship named USS Princeton.

The ship was designed by Swedish inventor John Ericsson and was the first to use screw propellers located below the waterline.

The ship featured 2 massive guns: the Oregon and the Peacemaker.

 

 

Commodore Robert Stockton
(17951866).

Acting President Tyler and Captain Stockton were very close friends. At that time there were a lot of patriotic people who didn't go along with the usurpation of John Tyler.

Tyler was anxious to get rid of them so he suggested that Stockton take them for a cruise on the Potomac. On Feb. 29, 1844, the Peacemaker exploded on the ship killing Upshur and Gilmer and 6 others.


The explosion aboard the USS Princeton.

 

Very conveniently, Tyler was below deck when the explosion took place. His Secretary of State and Navy were instantly killed, along with 6 other people.

Thomas Hart Benton—the father-in-law of John Charles Frémont—was also on the ship.

The explosion was the precursor to the explosion aboard the Titanic in April 1912.

 

A pictorial representation of
the explosion.

Dolley Madison, the widow of President Madison, along with many more notables, were also on the ship.

That timely explosion did alter history by killing 2 of the most important men in the government.


Thomas Walker Gilmer
(April 6, 1802Feb. 28, 1844).
 

As Secretary of the Navy, Gilmer was Stockton's boss.

Secretary of State Abel Upshur knew that any annexation treaty with the Republic of Texas would require the votes of 2/3 of the Senate.

He also knew that the Senate would never approve such a treaty.

The devious, usurping Tyler had another scheme in mind so he had to get rid of Gilmer and Upshur.

 

 

Abel Upshur
(June 17, 1790Feb. 28, 1844).

After the timely death of Gilmer, a Tyler puppet named George M. Mason was appointed Secretary of the Navy, and John C. Calhoun was appointed Secretary of State.

Tyler appointed slavemaster John C. Calhoun as his new Secretary of State!!

Amazingly, the usurper Tyler appointed a rabid secessionist named John C. Calhoun as his new Secretary of State. In June 1844, Calhoun submitted the Tyler-Texas treaty to the Senate. They formally rejected it.


John C. Calhoun
(1782–1850).
 

John C. Calhoun was Satan incarnate. As early as 1832 he tried to break up the Union.

Only decisive action by President Jackson stopped him. The usurper Tyler appointed him Secretary of State after the timely death of Abel Upshur.

Calhoun worked closely with Richard Pakenham to annex Texas to the Union.

 
Richard Pakenham, British secret
Richard Pakenham,
British Amb. from '35 to '47.

Ambassador Packenham was the younger brother of Edward, who was packed in a rum cask and shipped back to Ireland for burial. Calhoun and Pakenham both knew that annexation would immediately lead to a war with Mexico. They were both looking forward to a major United States DEFEAT in the coming war.

Texas was annexed by a joint resolution of Congress . . . not a treaty!!

Texas was an independent nation, and therefore fell under the jurisdiction of the Senate. Tyler and Calhoun both knew that the Senate would never approve annexation of the slave-holding Texas nation. They decided to use a joint resolution of Congress, e.g. a simple majority vote in the House and Senate for the bill to pass. That was their devious method of bypassing the 2/3 vote of the Senate necessary to approve a treaty.


Stephen F. Austin
(1793–1836).
 

Stephen F. Austin is known as the "Father of Texas." He had a timely demise from "pneumonia" in 1836.

The Texas capital at Austin is named after him.

Sam Houston became president of Texas in February 1846. He was the driving force behind the annexation scam.

 

Sam Houston
(1846–1859).

Austin might have been too honest for Houston and that is why he had a timely demise. After annexation, Sam Houston became a U.S. Senator from Texas and he worked with the secessionists to bring about the Civil War.

Desperately seeking annexation to the U.S. as a slave state, Houston sent 2 lawyers to Washington City: Isaac van Zandt and James P. Henderson:


Isaac van Zandt
(1813–1847).
 

Van Zandt and Henderson were 2 lawyers sent by Houston to get the Senate to annex Texas.

The Constitution granted the Senate alone the authority to sign treaties.

Even by threatening to take the Senators on a cruise, "His Accidency" failed to cower them and they rejected the treaty.

 

 

 

James P. Henderson
(1808–1858).

Here is a brief quote from a biography of "Acting President" Tyler:

It is clear that Tyler and Calhoun had lengthy discussions with the Texas ministers about how to make certain their annexation project succeeded. Every contingency appeared to have been discussed, including the possibility that the Senate would reject the treaty. If that occurred, Van Zandt and Henderson noted that "the President of the United States assured, before we agreed to sign and submit it, that he would, immediately upon its rejection by that body, should it be so disposed of, send to both Houses of Congress a message, recommending to them, in the strongest terms, the passage of a law annexing Texas as a State, under the provision of the constitution of this Government, which authorizes Congress to admit new States into the Union." (Crapol, John Tyler: The Accidental President, 213).

The bill was signed into law by Tyler on March 3, 1945, the very last day of his administration, and rushed to Texas for ratification.


The hook-nose in old age.
 

During his "Accidency," Tyler missed his slave plantation because he was fornicating with the females and breeding slaves for sale.

Tyler's wife died in September 1842, and immediately afterward he started courting Julia Gardiner, the "Belle of Long Island."

Julia's father David objected strenuously, but he was killed in the explosion on the USS Princeton.

 

 

Julia Gardiner Tyler
(1820
1889).

At the Virginia Secession Convention held in Richmond on April 4, 1861, Tyler voted for secession.

Tyler the usurper finally went to meet his Maker on January 18, 1862, but his legacy lived on, and he was the inspiration for Lyndon Johnson's coup d'etat in 1963.

As planned, the signing of the bill precipitated a war with Mexico!!

The Mexicans were also familiar with the U.S. Constitution, and they knew that the entire annexation scheme was a scam, carried out by an "Acting President" and a subservient Congress. They were anticipating a quick war with the United States, and their hero Santa Ana marching into Washington City.

President Polk (1795–1849).
President Polk (1795
1849).
President from March '45 to Mar. '49.

When President Polk took office on March 4, 1845, the Texas annexation scam was a fait accompli.

The new nation was now facing a war with Mexico, and the British were looking forward to Santa Ana and the secessionists entering Washington City.

President Polk was surrounded by traitors, so his wife Sarah was his sole confidante and adviser.

Sarah Polk
Sarah Polk
(1803
1891).

If Santa Ana had entered Washington City with the rest of the secessionists, that would have meant the end of Revived Israel.


General Winfield Scott
(17861866).
 

To the dismay of the conspirators, General Winfield Scott marched into Mexico City, instead of Santa Ana marching into Washington City.

To the great dismay of Satan, a great Bible prophecy was fulfilled when the war ended and Revived Israel spread from sea to shining sea (Psalm 72:8).

 

Gallant U.S. soldiers storming
Chapultepec Castle.

The only soldiers who put up any kind of a fight were O'Reilly's turncoats or the San Patricio Battalion.

After the spectacular success of the U.S. Army in the U.S.-Mexican War, the British decided that only Americans could defeat Americans in battle. It was then that they started plotting the upcoming Civil War. Sam Houston was the new Senator from Texas and he was chagrined by the failure to destroy the Union by his annexation scam.

Incredibly, the Republican Party has "Gone to Texas!"

During the 19th century, there was a famous slogan "GONE TO TEXAS." Additionally, the Democratic Party was founded by Andrew Jackson, and as a slur, its numerous enemies referred to Democrats as "jackasses." That is why they adopted the donkey symbol.

By the time of the Civil War, most Democrats were secessionists, so a new party was formed called the Republican Party. The first Republican candidate for President was John Charles Frémont in 1856. (His slogan was "Frémont and Freedom").


Senator Ted Cruz (cross).
(b. 1970).
 

In 1961, John Tower was the first Republican Senator from Texas.

He was responsible for bringing the evil Thatcher twin to Texas.

Canadian born Ted Cruz has been Texas Senator since 2013.

John Cornyn is the other Texas Senator serving since 2002.

 

Senator John Cornyn
(b. 1952).

To be elected Senator costs a large fortune. Those men do have unlimited funds from the oil robber barons.

John Cornyn uses numerals after his name e.g. John Cornyn III. If you visit Europe, put numerals after your name, and they will think that you are ROYALTY. Perhaps he wants to be the first "king" of the Republic of Texas!!

It would be great news for the rest of the United States if ALL LAWYERS were "Gone To Texas."

Remember, Remember, the 22nd of November!!

Here is a poem I wrote about the assassination of President Kennedy and the Thermonuclear Plot. It is definitely not Shake-speare, but it gives the essence of the complicated Thermonuclear Plot in an abbreviated form:

Remember, remember, the 22nd of November
The Thermonuclear Treason and Plot;
I know of no reason why Thermonuclear Treason
Should ever be forgot.
Lyndon Johnson, Lyndon Johnson,
T'was his intent.
To turn Washington City into radioactive rubble and cement.
Fidel Castro and Che were on standby in Cuba,
To fire a "Soviet" thermonuclear missile at the Rotunda.
With a Texas-sized "big bang" over Washington City,
Lyndon Johnson knew that the United States capital would be gone in a jiffy.
Texas secession for the Union was his diabolical plan,
And ruling from Austin under the the Lone Star flag was his treasonous scam.
Driver Bill Greer brought the limo to a stop,
While Roy Killerman turned and fired the first shot
through the President's throat.
Paralyzed, the President slumped into Jackie's lap,

Then she fired the Lambchop pistol on her lap
Behind his left ear.
Pink Panther Jackie leaped
to her feet,
And Clint Hill immediately joined her in the back seat.
The limo sped to the tunnel ahead,
And Clint Hill fired the third shot into the President's head.
Killing the President instantly!
The Plot backfired,
Officer McDonald's pistol misfired,
And "Oswald" was taken out of the Texas Theater alive.
Killerman, Jackie, and Hill all knew,
That long prison sentences were due
to the President's assassins.
They hired a hit man named Rubinstein,
Who fired a pistol at "Oswald's" spleen.
Dead men have nothing to say,
So they silenced him until Judgment Day.
Our Great JEHOVAH intervened AGAIN,
And saved the Union from wicked women and men!!

The only way to make America Great Again is to abolish the position of Vice President . . . and send ALL the lawyers to Texas!!

The word Vice, as in Vice President, comes from the Latin VICARIUS and means one who takes the place of another. The Pope's Title "Vicarius Filii Dei" means Vicar of the Son of God or one who takes the place of the Son of God. It was first used in the forged Donation of Constantine. Linguistically, vicar is cognate with the English prefix "vice," meaning "deputy. " Why don't they call him Deputy President?

It is the same word as ANTI in Antichrist, meaning one who takes the place of the real Christ. In the history of the Papacy there have been a number of Antipopes who were dismissed as usurpers and not canonically elected Popes.

Vice also means immoral or wicked behavior. The VICE SQUAD is supposed to investigate crimes like illegal gambling, narcotics, prostitution, and illegal sales of alcohol.


Vital links


References

Chitwood, Oliver Perry. John Tyler. Champion of the Old South. Russell & Russell Inc., New York, 1939.

Bryce, Robert. Cronies: How Texas Business Became American Policy–And Brought Bush to Power. Perseus Book Group, New York, 2004.

Crapol, Edward P. John Tyler: the Accidental President. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 2006.

Campbell, Randolph B. Gone to Texas: A History of Texas. Oxford University Press, New York, 2003.

Johnson, Timothy D. A Gallant Little Army: The Mexico City Campaign. University Press of Kansas City, 2007.

Silbey, Joel H. Storm Over Texas: The Annexation Controversy and the Road to Civil War. Oxford University Press, New York, 2005.

Niven, John. John C. Calhoun and the Price of Union. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, 1988.


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