Puerto Rico Will Become 51st State This YearJanuary 15, 2012
Most Americans are woefully ignorant of almost everything so I’ll get to the point. There is a major push recently to make Puerto Rico the 51st state and end their commonwealth status, whatever the hell that means as it is still legally unclear. The next question will be why? The answer, as usual, is because it benefits the elite to do so and harms the rest of us. That is always the answer. The next questions then becomes how does it hurt us and how does it benefit them. Those answers are not always clear but a little history first.
There are basically three political parties in Puerto Rico with three different positions on Puerto Rico territory status. The Popular Democratic Party of Puerto Rico or PDP is one and favors extension of commonwealth status, the New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico (NPP) which favors U.S. statehood, and the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP), which favors complete independence. Puerto Rico would have to draft and ratify their own state Constitution before that could happen.
On December 23, 2000, President Bill Clinton issued Executive Order 13183, which established the President’s Task Force on Puerto Rico’s Status and the rules for its membership. This Executive Order outlines the policy and functions of the Task Force in identifying the options for Puerto Rico’s future status and the process for realizing an option. It also gave the mandate to clarify both the status options available to Puerto Rico and the process by which those options can be realized. In other words, the Task Force was charged with identifying for the people of Puerto Rico and Congress those status options that are compatible with the U.S. Constitution, without favoring any one of those options.
On April 30, 2001, President George W. Bush amended Executive Order 13183 with Executive Order 13209, extending the deadline for the Task Force to forward a report to the President until August 2001. President Bush issued an additional amendment to Executive Order 13183 on December 3, 2003 with Executive Order 13319, which established the Task Force co-chairs and instructed the Task Force to issue reports as needed, but no less than once every two years. Executive Order 13517 of October 30, 2009 made further amendments expanding the functions and required reporting of the Task Force.
The 2005 Task Force Report explained that the U.S. Constitution allows for three options for the future status of Puerto Rico: continuing territorial status, statehood, and independence. In so doing, the Task Force did not break new ground. The 2007 Task Force reiterated and confirmed the 2005 President’s Task Force on Puerto Rico’s status report.
On March 16, 2011, the Task Force issued a third report in which President Barack Obama’s administration joins those of Presidents George H. Bush, William J. Clinton and George W. Bush in describing Puerto Rico as remaining under the Territory Clause of the U.S. Constitution. This third report devotes the bulk of its contents to economic analysis and recommendations beyond the issue of Puerto Rico’s political status.
Now enter Luis Guillermo Fortuño Burset (born October 31, 1960). Yes he was really born on Halloween. He is currently the governor of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, a territory of the United States of America. Fortuño is also the president of the New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico (NPP), a member of the Republican National Committee, and will be president of the Council of State Governments during 2012. In other words this jackass is a sellout because he is getting paid to trick Puerto Ricans into voting for statehood.
Puerto Rico, although not a state, already pays many federal taxes just not on personal income like Americans do unless employed by the federal government. I won’t go into the illegality of the income tax on wage labor here but Puerto Ricans also pay into Social Securuity and Medicare but are only eligible for partial Medicaid payments, even though fully paying into it. They paid nearly 4 billion dollars into the US Treasury into 2009. They even have their own FBI, EEOC and other federal agencies and have participated in every single US war since 1898. Despite this fact they still cannot vote in federal elections and have no Representatives or Senators, only one basically powerless delegate. I have no idea why they would want to vote in our fraudulent federal elections but I’m assuming they don’t know how fraudulent they really are……..yet.
Sounds like they are already a state to me except with less benefits but conservative whites and other false patriots will cite that the US will become a bilingual nation, which we already are anyway, and that the poverty of Puerto Rico will be a drain on our resources, the same thing they say about Mexicans. They will complain about the number of House representatives received and the fact that the Senate would then ’em. We’re not going but we don’t mind if they do. I’m not negotiating with people who want all people of color dead because the Jews have once again robbed their stupid asses blind.
Enter Pedro R. Pierluisi Urrutia (born April 26, 1959) a Puerto Rican and member of the New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico (PNP) and the United States Democratic Party. He is the current Resident Commissioner and powerless delegate of Puerto Rico to the United States Congress, having won the November 4, 2008 general election with 53% of the vote. He is the sole representative in Congress of the four million American citizens who reside on the Island. He was sworn in on January 6, 2009 by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Bad sign there. Another sellout for sure.
After two previous failed attempts via HR 856 in 1997 and HR 900 2007 that never left the House, on May 19, 2009, Pierluisi filed HR 2499 (really 699 or 666 with the nines inverted via gematria), aka the the Puerto Rico Democracy Act of 2010, a bill to provide for a two-tiered referendum in Puerto Rico to allow Puerto Ricans to express their opinion regarding Puerto Rico’s ultimate political status. HR 2499 passed the house on April 30, 2010 with a vote of 223-169. Notice that 223 is 322 backwards, the Freemason number and 169 clearly has occultic and zodiacal implications.
The referendum will set up two plebiscites effectively deceiving Puerto Ricans into voting for statehood. In the first round of votes, the Puerto Rican people would be given the choice between remaining a U.S. territory and “pursuing a different political status.” If the majority votes to maintain the status quo, this bill would require that Puerto Rico vote on this same issue every eight years. Why every eight years? Eight is the occult number of infinity and the biblical flood. This vote is scheduled to occur on 8/12/12 later this year, another date with significant occult numerology.
If the majority votes for “different status,” a second round of votes would be held on election day 11/6/2012 where Puerto Ricans would choose either statehood or independence-the status quo of “U.S. territory” would not even be an option! In other words, the two ballots would be rigged to favor the outcome of statehood, overriding the wishes of Americans and Puerto Ricans who want to maintain the current commonwealth status.
As of November 2011, the bill proposed by the Governor of Puerto Rico to provide for a self-determination process for the people of Puerto Rico has been approved by the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico and it is under evaluation by the Senate of Puerto Rico. I’m sure it will be passed because they’re all being bribed or blackmailed to make it happen. The bill under consideration by the Legislative Assembly of Puerto Rico followed the recommendation of the President’s Task Force on Puerto Rico’s Status reports of two-stage plebiscite to determine whether the Puerto Rican people wish to retain the status quo, and if not, which of the two available options they prefer. The 2005 Task Force concluded that such a process would be the best way to ascertain the popular will in a way that provides clear guidance for future action by U.S. Congress.
Here is what the new US flag would look like if Puerto Rico becomes a state and the occult numerology behind it. Instead of nine alternating rows of five and six stars (5+6=11 number of death) so 9/11, there would be six (number of Beast) alternating rows of eight and nine stars (8+9=17=1+7=8). There would be still the Satanic thirteen number of stripes.
Puerto Rico should remain steadfast and declare their independence. They don’t need us meddling in their lives and draining their economy just so they can be called a commonwealth or territory. It’s disrespectful to a people who have such a rich culture and history. Americans know nothing about that. All we do is buy stuff, do drugs, have sex and sit back while the government rapes, pilfers and pillages the global for Israel, The City of London and the Vatican. I don’t belong here.