Announcement & New 13th Amendment
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Senate Candidate Anita Belle Issues Masonic Disclosure Challenge & Proposes a New 13th Amendment
Detroit, MI/USA – July 10, 2019
Anita Belle, a grassroots whistleblowing reparations activist, announces that she is suspending her campaign to seek the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. She announces that she is, instead, seeking the Green Party of Michigan’s nomination to the U.S. Senate. Belle makes her announcement via video release on
As part of her announcement, Belle disclosed that she is not a member of the masons or Eastern Stars. Belle challenges all political candidates, government officials, judges, and journalists to truthfully disclose their Masonic affiliation.
Belle states, “The masons are supposed to be the builders of a society, building good. Instead, they have built a shadow government and racial hierarchy based upon keeping secrets. The Masonic oath requires masons to cover up the crimes of their fellow masons, even if they must lie or commit perjury as part of the coverup. The consequence is that the Masonic oath leads to bias, government corruption by racketeering, and renders masons above the law.
“One of the secrets that the masons have been keeping for 150-plus years is the secret regarding the invalidity of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments. Those masons keeping secrets include the masons in the Democratic and Republican parties, the political parties that existed when these Amendments were proposed at the time of the Civil War. Americans can keep trying, for another 150 years, to change the Democratic and Republican parties on the inside. Instead, I urge Americans to exodus to the Green Party in order to truly unite the United States.
“In my announcement video, I blow the whistle on what happened when the 13th Amendment was proposed during the Civil War. Let’s take, for example, what happened in the U.S. Senate regarding the proposed amendment to outlaw slavery: It takes a 2/3 vote in both Houses of Congress, both the Senate and the House of Representatives, to pass a proposed amendment. On April 8, 1864, America had 34 states, represented by two Senators each, for a total of 68 Senators. By a vote of 38 to 6, the proposed 13th Amendment allegedly passed the Senate with two Senators abstaining. However, 22 Senators from the 11 rebel states were absent due to the Civil War. Article V, the constitutional article that describes how to amend the Constitution, also declares that no state shall be denied equal suffrage in the Senate without consent. Did a declaration of secession constitute consent for being denied equal suffrage in the Senate? If so, then why was the Civil War fought if states could secede from the Union? Ultimately, not counting the 22 Senators from the rebel states when determining the 2/3 vote unconstitutionally denies Senate suffrage for 11 states. The proposed 13th Amendment still could have passed, but that would have required the unanimous vote of the remaining 46 Senators. Because the vote was not unanimous, the proposed 13th Amendment did not pass the Senate in 1864, but the proposed 13th Amendment also didn’t have a deadline. The 14th and 15th Amendments have similar flaws.
“One of the reasons I'm seeking the Green Party of Michigan's nomination as candidate for the U.S. Senate is to correct the secret flaws in the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments. It’s better to fix the flaws before a President, judge, or any other government official, especially those with Masonic affiliations who have been keeping the secret for more than 150 years, uses these flaws to establish racial apartheid. In the next 25 years, blacks and Hispanics will be the majority in the United States, yet white racist apartheidists could use the flaws in the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to maintain power after whites become a numerical minority. This could lead to another Civil War. Conversely, correcting the flaw now in the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments would protect the future white minority from slavery and loss of citizenship, equal rights, and voting rights.”
Belle concludes, “This year, 2019, marks the 400th anniversary of slavery in the British colony that became the United States. The truth makes and keeps us free. The root word of reparations is ‘to repair’. America needs repair right now. As the Senator from Michigan, not only would I support the current reparations bills, H.R. 40 and S. 1083, I would go further. I’d propose correction of the flaws in the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments, this time adding and protecting reparations via a constitutional amendment. For example, I propose the following new 13th Amendment, substituting reparations for the criminal punishment loophole used to effect re-enslavement via mass incarceration:
‘Neither slavery or involuntary servitude shall exist within the United States or any place subject to their jurisdiction. Reparations, including individual payments, shall be paid to the descendants of the women victimized by the legal doctrine of partus sequiter ventrem, the law that imposed hereditary enslavement upon the children of African women enslaved in the United States. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.’”
For more information about Belle’s senatorial campaign, visit www.anitabelle2020.com .