The Rules of Engagement for Restoring Our Liberties, Legal Legitimacy and Our Civil Society

Quote by Ray Bradbury on reading and critical thinking.

Quote by Ray Bradbury on reading and critical thinking.

RESOLVED: In seeking the restoration of our religious and civil liberties, the strategy is critical to ensuring the legitimacy behind our cause is just. For 227 years, our republic lived as the most diverse and harmonious despite at times deep social divisions and mistrust. America could once count on the scales of justice to broker a peace through civil litigation, even if the compromise was logically imperfect. But as the abuse of tort law expanded into first militancy organized and funded by government and now judicial legislative fiat contrary to the Constitution, we no longer have recourse but to engage in a popular Machiavellian rebellion. It is right, therefore, to rebel because the shift in the status quo has consolidated into the hands of a plutocratic oligarchy mobilizing collectivized evil without popular legitimacy.

The past week witnessed the death of constitutional law by the United States Supreme Court, the corrupt bargainers’ sale of American sovereignty through the Trans-Pacific Partnership without a transparent definition of what it is, and the failure of our elected representation in Congress to oppose more frequent executive breaches in power to deter what the General Will do not support. In light of the European Union’s pending collapse once Greece exits the eurozone upon default of its national debt, an unprecedented global economic calamity stands to affect our own, exceeding today 105 percent debt-to-GDP. As the dollar is in full deflation, war pending with Russia and China and the final conflict in the Middle East with the Islamic State (ISIS), our gravest threat is not our foreign foes, but the elected political class. What will topple America finally is the collapse of the Federal Reserve, rendering us the final realization of the Cloward-Piven strategy.

Chief Justice John Roberts opined in King v. Burwell the words of the law have no meaning, the Constitution irrelevant due to a democratic foundation as its legitimacy, asserting the collective few take priority over the injured majority. The First Amendment’s guarantee of religious freedom was dissolved by judicial legislative fiat of unelected officials. Our right to choose where to live, who to hire and serve or decline conducting business are subverted with the provision any American is liable of discrimination under suspicion of animus. Some Democrats demand resegregation based on race, to impose slavery reparations on white Americans while the president coerces free people to live alongside those fully intending to kill them. And amid our losses of liberty and legal protections, Christians and Jews face persecution in public schools and universities sanctioned by professors, collegiate administrators and even lawmakers siding with Islamic terror-linked organizations and the LGBT community.

America’s struggle is diffused abroad. The Obama administration under former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton launched the Arab Spring with aid from complicit Republican lawmakers and the Muslim Brotherhood. Millions of Christians, Jews and ethnic minorities will be brutally slaughtered under the Obama directives to the CIA alongside NATO, Hamas and Hezbollah inside Jordan near the Golan Heights, the Sinai Peninsula and Libya to train those who toppled Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak and Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi in Libya later to form ISIS. The president alongside fellow Islamic State abettor Recep Tayyip Erdogan, president of Turkey and NATO ally, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Al-Qaeda through the creation of Boko Haram through the William J. Clinton Foundation have turned America into human history’s most powerful state sponsor of terror abroad and now domestically. The president and Mrs. Clinton politically-isolated our ally Israel, endangering God’s children’s birthright to inhabit the Promised Land according to the Book of Isaiah on an unprecedented scale.

In Ukraine, the struggle is reaching climatic proportions. An unnecessary war due to the Obama administration’s role in toppling a legitimate government was exacerbated when Vice President Joe Biden secured America’s stake in the hiring of son Hunter Biden as Director of Burisma Holdings, the largest private oil firm in Ukraine reliant on Russian oil for it and Western Europe’s supply through their pipeline. In aiding the conflict between Ukrainian forces and the Russian military, President Obama ordered UN Amb. Samantha Power to oppose a resolution prohibiting consenting nations from aiding and abetting Nazi-linked political parties and militiae. Today, Neo Nazis are waging war against not just Russia, but in purging the Ukrainian Jewry seeking refuge in Christian camps providing humanitarian aid. In supporting Neo Nazis through arms and funds from George Soros to the administration’s alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood, the United States of America is by proxy of the Obama administration’s inhumane war crimes the most evil empire history is recording.

Through congressional apathy and corrupted legislative complicity, by the High Court’s failure to interpret original constitutionality, and through the pending devolution of the rule of law separate for Muslims under Sharia, our sovereignty has been severed, our mandate from the November 4, 2014 elections debased. Multinational corporations and our own federal government no longer conceal their unanimity. This last year and a half of the Obama presidency will be the most perilous in American history. If the rule of law means not what it says, We the People will become the law and take matters into our own hands until all are free in a just, tolerant republican democracy, separating the state from regulating the church, liberating the church from the threat of secular Marxist persecution and Islamic jihad.

In light of these abuses I hereby proclaim a new declaration of independence for the American people, persecuted by laws that do not exist, executive fiat with no legal merit. In declaring our independence, state and local authorities must first exercise their Tenth Amendment mandate to not enforce what is not specifically-prescribed as constitutional. Finally, We the People need not feel compelled to obey federal and state law enforcement due to statutory absentia and illegal-fiat. We must mobilize militiae as our arsenal for democracy in a popular coalition of the willing to secure the peace through collectivized strength as our deterrence against further violations of basic human rights. Finally, as God is our witness, we will reacquire our right to freely exercise our faith while tolerating conscientious abstinence, to secure our liberty granted under the laws of nature and the Judeo-Christian God. We will pledge our lives, our fortunes and sacred honor to restore this last best hope of man on Earth by nullifying our Constitution to form a new, more perfect Union under Article V at a convention of the states. If necessary, we will defiantly renounce our citizenship to form a continent partitioned into autonomous city-states as did early settlers from England, grounded through the intimacy of small, local, direct democracies culturally rediscovering a sense of community inside town halls.

Painting of Goethe in Italy

Portrait of Johann Friedrich von Goethe (1749-1832), Goethe in the Roman Campagna by J.H.W. Tieschbein (1787).

AFFIRMED: Our heritage is consecrated in the blood, sweat and tears of the brave and bold who fought for and died in the crossfires of wars for liberation. That heritage today is endangered by our elected employees. We have ceded too much, appreciated so little, grown cultural codependent and fallen prey to vacuous depravity.

Ronald Reagan reawakened the echoes how “Government is not the solution to the problem. Government is the problem.” Thomas Jefferson wrote of the remedy in his inimitable revolutionary dialogue “For a people who are free, and who mean to remain so, a well organized and armed militia is their best security.” Our guns are our deterrent against the tyranny of the state, for the state cannot be permitted to subjugate us brandishing firearms we bought. We seek peace achieved through a harmonious mutual dialogue for an amicable solution. We will not, however, compromise our principles through appeasement our children will unjustifiably be forced to shoulder. Our tactics must be the same as the Reagan Doctrine.

… as long as we make it clear we will continue to act in a certain way as long as they continue to act in a helpful manner. If and when they don’t – at first pull your punches. If they persist, pull the plug.

It’s still trust – but verify. It’s still play – but cut the cards. It’s still watch closely – and don’t be afraid to see what you see.

We the People must reintroduce the American ethos Reagan warned not to abandon through re-instituting civic responsibility in our children by dissolving statutory public education in favor of the family imperative for greater liberty through the flexibility of choice. Parental jurisprudence alone will reacquire for our children the American spirit of independence and self-reliance, for “All great change in America begins at the dinner table,” not insidious bureaucratic revisionism. And it cannot be realized until we understand “[a]n informed patriotism is what we want… taught, very directly, what it means to be an American, … a love of country and an appreciation of its institutions… from your family… from the neighborhood, from the father down the street who fought in Korea or the family who lost someone at Anzio… from school. And if all else failed… from the popular culture.”

America may only be saved if President Reagan’s final warnings are heeded and avoided.

We’ve got to do a better job of getting across that America is freedom – freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of enterprise – and freedom is special and rare. It’s fragile; it needs protection.

We’ve got to teach history based not on what’s in fashion but what’s important: Why the pilgrims came here, who Jimmy Doolittle was, and what those 30 seconds over Tokyo meant. You know, four years ago, on the 40th anniversary of D-Day. I read a letter from a young woman writing to her late father, who’d fought on Omaha Beach. Her name was Lisa Zanatta Henn, and she said, we will always remember, we will never forget what the boys of Normandy did. Well, let’s help her keep her word.

In closing, I want to quote two foreign world leaders from history who profoundly imprinted their legacies for why the world was liberated by the forces of good over totalitarianism. First, Mahatma Gandhi.

“Seven social sins: politics without principles, wealth without work, pleasure without conscience, knowledge without character, commerce without morality, science without humanity, and worship without sacrifice.”
— A list closing an article in Young India (22 October 1925); Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi Vol. 33 (PDF) p. 135

Finally, we must pray for guidance as did Margaret Thatcher, paraphrasing St. Francis of Assisi.

“Where there is discord, may we bring harmony. Where there is error, may we bring truth. Where there is doubt, may we bring faith. And where there is despair, may we bring hope.”
— Statement on the doorstep of Number 10 Downing Street, after her election as Prime Minister, as quoted at On this day (BBC)

In matters of principle, stand firm as the bedrock of our resurrected city on a hill, His Truth leading our convictions, our conscience being our guides, in God we trust. And my last reference of President Reagan’s wit and wisdom, “If we forget what we did, we won’t know who we are. I am warning of an eradication of that – of the American memory that could result, ultimately, in an erosion of the American spirit.”

Mr. Jefferson informed William Roscoe December 27, 1820 the survival for the American aristocracy of virtue “… will be based on the illimitable freedom of the human mind. We are not afraid to follow truth wherever it may lead, nor to tolerate any error so long as reason is left free to combat it.” And only by absorbing the wisdom of our forefathers according to Edmund Burke may we ascertain “When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.”

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