This is where we start. The place where we interface with the system. hangman
Promoters of the conspiracy for world government routinely tell soreheads like you and me that if we don’t like what is happening in this country we should vote against it. Vote for your school board, says the party line, vote for your mayor and city council, for your county commissioners, for your state legislators, your governor and Members of Congress. If you don’t vote, you have no right to complain.
Because they worship the form of government the Founding Fathers feared and hated most, democracy, they have made the vote the most important element of government. In democracy, “majority rules” and decides everything, so if a majority votes to string you up or take your property it can. It’s called “lynching” or “eminent domain.”
In the system the Founding Fathers left us, some things are immune from the effects of a vote, even from a landslide, your life and property, for instance. It’s called a “limited republic.” However many people vote to string you up, they can’t, because you have “unalienable” rights that can’t be voted away. Of course, the conspiracy for world government has utterly perverted that system. Most Americans – victims of government school – don’t even remember what we had.
But what happens when people accidentally vote for something the conspiracy for world government doesn’t want? Then the conspirators prove the whole thing is a joke; they cancel the results. In other words, you are perfectly free to do as you like, as long as you do as they say. The trouble is that thereby they are assaulting their own perverted system; indeed, they are paving the way for violent revolution.
It is an odd paradox. At the center of the conspiracy for world government are the judges. Control of the judges, from the Extreme Court on down is essential, because the conspirators know the people won’t vote for the conspiracy’s goals. No problem; the judges impose them. Subversive groups like the anti-American Communist Liars Union (ACLU) have perfected the art of going into court to get what they want.
When the people vote against a Communist goal, it is these same judges who cancel the result. By now there is a long list of such “undemocratic” rulings. They include the cancellation by one federal judge of Proposition 187 in California, which would have restricted illegal alien benefits.
No one denied that the people of California overwhelmingly supported that Proposition, but, again, one federal judge – supported, needless to say, by ACLU – quashed it. Now here comes the latest such ruling, in which a federal judge has cancelled the overwhelming vote of the people of Farmers Branch, Texas, a suburb of Dallas.
There, almost 70% of the electorate expressed their will that landlords should be forbidden to rent to illegal aliens. But Sam Lindsay threw their vote out. He’s the guy in the black pajamas. Sam says it’s a federal matter. Yes, that’s true, but because Communist world government traitor Jorge W. Boosh’s policy is to dismantle the United States, the feds are not doing the job.
So, the people of Farmers Branch decided to defend themselves and Sam is smart enough without being told what Boosh wants him to say. The feds won’t do it and won’t allow the people to do it.
Where is Sam taking us? I don’t expect the effect to show up immediately. It takes time for a change as important as the one Sam is making to sink in. But little by little it will begin to permeate the public consciousness that the vote is a joke, a charade, the only purpose of which is to bamboozle the boobs – you and I – into the belief that we are really running things.
The Dallas Morning News quotes Farmers Branch inmate William Averitt as follows: "The federal government has done nothing, the city has done something, now the federal government is going to squash it.” The paper says this: “The court's action left many feeling as if the vote, which drew a record 43 percent of the city's 14,060 registered voters, was a wasted effort.”
Indeed, another Farmers Branch inmate named B.J. Clark has a question. "What's the use of having an election if a judge is going to overrule it?" Does anyone realize how deadly ominous B.J.’s question is? If enough inmates start to think there is no use having elections, no use voting when something really serious is at stake, how then will things be decided?
Ask yourself, if enough people decide elections are a waste of time, what will they do? Will they just throw up their hands, do nothing and let the conspiracy for world government complete the destruction of America? Before you answer, consider that the issues that will be decided one way or another are becoming progressively more inflammatory.
We’re not talking about school bond issues any more. We’re not talking about municipal improvements, “infrastructure” or sports stadiums. We’re certainly not talking about some kind of poll. Now, we’re talking about physical threats to cherished life styles, about neighborhoods destroyed, hospitals closing, overcrowded schools, about rampant crime, about rape, about murderous drunk driving.
Sam Lindsay, the federal front man in the black pajamas, says there is nothing the people of Farmers Branch can do about all this. He says they should shut up and do as he says. Will they? Probably. Right now – right now – right now. I assume that most Farmers Branch inmates are graduates of the local government schools and therefore that they are laboring under the yoke of make nice feminization.
Make nice. Always make nice. Always obey. Never get mad. Getting mad would offend Big Mommy. Nothing is worth fighting about. Yes, we know. But remember, this thing is not standing still. It’s getting worse every day. Am I right in suspecting that, as the Seventh Avenue girdle manufacturer observed about the size 12 lady who was trying to squeeze into a size 8 girdle, “Something’s got to give?”
At some point, whatever Sam is told to say, testosterone will triumph. What will happen, if by then the principle he teaches has been sufficiently ingrained, if by then the people believe there is no use in voting? Well, if they don’t bother voting, they will do something else. What could that be? Sam Lindsay is just the latest example of the fact that, at best, the judges of this country are promoting anarchy. At worst, they are promoting violent revolution.
Add to this the fact that in the face of monumental opposition from Americans of all kinds to the proposed amnesty for illegal aliens, grinning government officials in both parties are photographed in the District of Criminals high-fiving each other about the great job they have done, advertising their contempt for the people they were elected to represent. What will that attitude provoke? Talk about blowback!
Remember that President Tom Jefferson warned again and again at length about the danger of the judiciary in the system the Fathers created. Here is just one example of those warnings, in a letter from President Tom to William C. Jarvis in 1820 about the Supreme Court:
“To consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions [is] a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. Our judges are as honest as other men and not more so. They have with others the same passions for party, for power, and the privilege of their corps. . . .”
Jefferson says their power is “the more dangerous as they are in office for life and not responsible, as the other functionaries are, to the elective control. The Constitution has erected no such single tribunal, knowing that to whatever hands confided, with the corruptions of time and party, its members would become despots. It has more wisely made all the departments co-equal and co-sovereign within themselves.”
Farmers Branch is what President Tom was worried about. The judges are destroying the country, and they know what they are doing. Forget about impeaching the President. Boosh would be replaced by Cheney, his handler. Instead, do something doable. Let’s impeach some judges.
Alcee Hastings, of Florida, was convicted after impeachment for corruption and perjury a few years back and kicked off the federal bench. Needless to say, he is now in Congress, which recalls Sam Clemens’s classic remark that this country has no native criminal class except Congress.
Yes, I realize I’m just blowing smoke about impeachment of judges. I know it won’t happen. But I don’t want to think about violent revolution inspired by the judges. So, am I in contempt of court here? No, the word “contempt” doesn’t do justice to what Sam and the others have done. Sam and his colleagues are in contempt of Constitution.
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