Prosecution for Treason
Weather War, Epidemics, Mind Control, and the Surrender of Sovereignty
The Constitution defines treason as levying war against the United States, by persons who hold allegiance to the US, in other words all Americans. This author argues that violence committed against citizens by anyone who wages weather warfare (she assumes Hurricane Katrina is an example) or who sets epidemics in motion (by laboratory-created diseases such as AIDS) should be prosecuted for the crime of treason. As for the violent MK-Ultra techniques, to which thousands of children were subjected, and which Congress revealed in 1975, how is it that all the perpetrators escaped punishment? They would be properly designated not as Dr Strangelove’s but as traitors. The law is clear on this.
Mary Maxwell, PhD, is an author who has been a member of the Authors Guild since 1982. She lives in Boston.
Political Science, History
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