The Buck Act - Federal Reserved Exposed
The Buck Act
A new video by Mosaic Media
An obscure little law passed quietly in the 1940's known as the Buck Act is the one major piece in the puzzle of understanding how the Federal Government has seemingly usurped most of the State's jurisdiction.
How does the Federal Government get away with undermining and seemingly violating the Constitution?
How can the government seize property without due process?
How do they impose gun control laws that would seem to violate the 2nd Amendment?
How can they entertain the idea of forcing all Americans to purchase their health care insurance under threat of imprisonment?
Why does the President state (correctly) that he has the full power to order warrant-less searches and seizures and weapons confiscations in all Federally funded housing projects?
Many of these questions can only be answered after understanding the implications of the Buck Act.
The Constitution gives Congress jurisdiction over the limited areas of the District of Columbia, military bases ceded to Congress by States and US territories and possessions.
The Buck Act effectively extends this jurisdiction to every square inch of every state that can be called a "federal area" under the Acts provisions, and effectively destroys the sovereign rule of the several states.
Americans who mistakenly elect to be residents of a federal area instead of their sovereign states, have subjected themselves to the arbitrary rule of Congress just like the citizens of Washington DC. Federal areas include any jurisdiction created by federal agencies such as postal zones, Social Security districts, Federal Reserve regions, "state districts" and others. Each can be thought of as a clear overlay map on top of the United States, that has no regard to the duly-constituted states.
Excerpts from the Buck Act:
S.110 (d) The term "State" includes any Territory or possession of the United States.
S.110 (e) The term "Federal area" means any lands or premises held or acquired by or for the use of the United States or any department, establishment, or agency of the United States; and any Federal area, or any part thereof, which is located within the exterior boundaries of any State, shall be deemed to be a Federal area located within such State.
The Buck Act video is now available from Mosiac Media Included in the video are interviews with State Citizenship researcher, Richard McDonald; founder of the Santa Fe township and common law researcher, Jeffery Thayer; author of "the Federal Zone", Mitch Modeleski; and author of the Buck Act Papers, Burness Speakman.
Run Time: Approx 90mins
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