Update to the Introduction to Round Two
In my Introduction to Round Two, below, I stated that “(J)udges and all public officials take an Oath of Office”, and I stated even further that “every once in a while, a public official, holding an office of public trust, forgets his responsibility and needs to be reminded that he took “this obligation freely””. One obvious dynamic, for which I forgot to plan, was the ever-present “ignorage” factor, a term coined by my late friend and mentor – Alan-Eugene Bacon. I don’t know why I forgot it; maybe I was still euphoric over my prior success. Yet, I have seen it in evidence so many times. It is the preferred factor employed by all government actors when they are faced with an issue, the nature of which, they want to avoid. You see it in lowly clerks, in department heads, in congressmen, senators, secretaries, and presidents. It can take a number of forms. The government actor who is a target of the uncomfortable truth may equivocate, answer a different question – one that was not asked, change the subject, claim lack of knowledge or lack of jurisdiction, or more than likely, pretend that s/he didn’t even hear you. That is one of the favorite ploys of the government actors in our so-called “justice” system.
As you read through the case, indexed on the left, you will observe that the fundamental principles of the Constitution, which all in government are pledged by Oath to observe, are just ignored. Statutes and “court” cases are taken out of context and cited to support a point of view to achieve a government objective, which objective is to win. The “courts”, a branch of government, dependant for their existence and the continued employment of their occupants on the largess of the other two branches of government, find it easy and smart to go along with the scam. Justice, as we understand that word to mean, is not in their lexicon.
When they (the courts and fellow travelers) find themselves caught at their game and they are not able to stop a pesky sovereign from nipping at their heels, they claim that their precious time and talent is being wasted, and so therefore, it is perfectly proper for them to abandon any semblance of due process, and merely issue an order. No reasons are ever given: “the Court has considered all motions and pleadings, and the Court has ORDERED that the “Government’s Motion for Summary Judgment is GRANTED”. Today, that is what passes for due process and the Rule of Law in amerika. If you expect due process, justice, and a Rule of Law, don’t go to “court”; talk to God. You’ll get justice; no doubt about it.
Introduction to Round Two
In Round One, we learned that the so-called “courts” in a civil matter were really just commercial enterprises for dispute resolution. If one were involved in a contract dispute, the court could adjudicate any controversy over the terms and conditions and render a decision as to the outcome of the contract. One may recall the announcement: “Hear ye, Hear ye. Anyone with business before this court, please step forward and be recognized.” The emphasis is on “business”.
Of course, if there were no contract, or if there was no controversy, the court was barren of any purpose, and claims brought before the “court” had to be dismissed. This is where we learned the meaning of the oft used phrase – “dismissed for failure to state a claim for which relief can be granted.”
In Round Two, we will learn another
principle under which the “courts” must operate. It is the Supreme Law of the Land – The
Constitution of the
Judges and all public officials take an Oath of Office that requires them to “administer justice without respect to person”, do equal right to the poor and to the rich”, “faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all the duties incumbent … under the Constitution and laws of the United States”, “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic”, “bear true faith and allegiance to the same”, “take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion”, “will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office”, “So Help Me God”.
This is a daunting role, and woe be it for the public official that takes his Oath lightly. Violations of the Oath are tantamount to Treason. And, the penalty for Treason is not a cake walk. Of course, every once in a while, a public official, holding an office of public trust, forgets his responsibility and needs to be reminded that he took “this obligation freely”. We will respectfully jog his memory, and freely exercise our right to sovereignty.
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