Simon Cyrene, the Bearer of the Cross, follows Jesus Christ for my Father is unwilling to take the cup from me. My discipleship is predestined by the Sovereign Grace and not by my belief or disbelief, or free will.
For the first time in U.S. history, Administrative Law Judge of Social Security Administration scheduled a hearing for Wednesday, October 28, 2015 at 19575 Victor Parkway, Livonia, Michigan 48152 to review problem of Serfdom, Slavery, Forced Labor, and Involuntary Servitude imposed by Federal Legislation. She may decide to grant Blessings of Mercy to Senior Alien who is denied Blessings of Liberty. Her decision will determine status of Slavery, Serfdom, Involuntary Servitude, and Forced Labor as practiced in modern economic times with connivance of Congressional Laws that disregard Constitutional Principles.
Constitution of the United States is the document embodying principles on which American nation is governed. Since 1789, it is the Supreme Law of the Land, no other law, state constitution or statute, federal legislation, or executive order can operate in conflict with it. The Bill of Rights was added in 1791 to provide adequate guarantees of individual liberties. The 9th Amendment states that people retain any rights not specified in the U.S. Constitution. However, the U.S. Constitution did not secure the Blessings of Liberty to Slaves residing in United States. President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation on January 01, 1863 abolished Slavery in the secessionist Southern states or Confederacy as a measure for suppressing rebellion and to deplete Southern manpower reserve in Slaves. The 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ratified during 1865 prohibits Slavery but it failed to fully ban Slavery.
Economic changes and modern employment practices have replaced the traditional agricultural Slave with the semifree Serf from whom an employer can exact labor and other services. Half-Free Serfdom, Half-Free Slavery, Half-Free Servitude, Half-Free Labor conditions prevail in United States as work and services are provided by natives or aliens(Non-Immigrant workers) under umbrella of protection afforded by U.S. Labor Department. A native laborer or a person deemed to be a ‘Resident’ is “Free” to lawfully claim the right to property, wages, salary, or earnings from his work or labor. Alien or Non-Immigrant workers are not “Free” to lawfully claim their Retirement income benefits paid by Social Security Administration from earnings and contributions lawfully recovered from their wages, salary, or earnings under the provisions of Federal Insurance Contributions Act or FICA. Under the provisions of 9th and 13th Amendment to the US Constitution, Senior Alien requested for this hearing by Administrative Law Judge to ascertain his rights to equal rights and equal protection under the Supreme Law of the Land.