Need a U.S. Passport?


According to James Dale Davidson, author of Strategic Investment, new proposed regulations will make it more difficult to get a U.S. passport. Under these, attaining a U.S. passport would be complicated with an incredible of array of questions.

Among other things, you will have to list your mother’s residence one year before your birth, her place of employment with dates and names of her employer and the the employer’s address. Whether or not your mother received prenatal or postnatal medical care, the name of the doctor, dates of appointments.

You’d have to list who was present at your birth and their names and addresses.

List all your residences inside and outside the U.S. starting with birth until present.

Current and former places of employment in the U.S. and abroad.

All school attended with dates of attendance.

Full name, place and date of birth and citizenship of your relatives, living and dead. It would also require men to specify details of their circumcision, if applicable.

According to Davidson, a silent migration has been underway in which Americans are departing the U.S. to live in other countries at the rate of 742 per hour, so this is the incentive designed to make it more difficult for Americans to live abroad or obtain passports for travel.

As the author of Lebensborn, this is just another in a long list of similarities between the rules set up by
the Nazis prior to WWII and what’s currently happening in the U.S.

As a wise person once said, “To determine the future, study the past.”

Author: lebensbornnovel

There at the base of a mountain, I live in a rustic cabin with my engineer/writer husband and loving cat, Alfie. I am a former journalist and pr consultant. In my blog I attempt to capture a sliver of WW history, the Lebensborn program to create a Master Race, and to add newsworthy tidbits which are 'somewhat' relevant to this subject.

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