The Original 13th Amendment (in Brief)

The original 13th Amendment was secretly removed during the US Civil War. It was discovered in 1983 by David Dodge and Tom Dunn in a Belfast Library on the coast of Maine.  They uncovered the United States Constitution printed in 1825, which was to prohibit lawyers from serving in government.

Since this Amendment was never officially removed from US law, it is stil on the books, and still in effect.  How many Congressmen or Senators do you know who came from careers as lawyers?

Read all about it here.

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4 thoughts on “The Original 13th Amendment (in Brief)

  1. spacenergymass says:

    I couldn’t get page to show up. 503 Temporarily unavailable…
    I have often thought that lawyers are a major part of the problem in the
    people’s representation. Have you noticed how difficult and ambiguous their “legalese” is for the average person to understand? This has been done deliberately, to foster dependence upon them.
    It is too easy for the greedy, control Illuminati families to fund lawyers specifically, to represent their interests, and not the will of the people.
    We have an entire industry of lawyers who serve one purpose: make enormous amounts of money, with little care for truth or justice.
    A group of parasites, feeding off the misery of the majority. Thanks!

    • I had some difficulties here, too. The link is working here. Please try again. And, yes, I agree that lawyers are a HUGE part of the problem. It is basically what started the War of 1812, when word reached England about the Original 13th Amendment, which was drafted in 1810. -LW

  2. Marion Kolesnikoff says:

    Couldn’t open the part that said Read it “here” Just letting you know.

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