Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Spiritual Justice - 2

1) Speaking of 'Justice':

by Drake   (Americannationalmilitia.com - Feb. 3)

Of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association
January 24, 2014:
Pursuant to the powers and duties bestowed upon us by our citizens, the undersigned do hereby resolve that any Federal officer, agent,
or employee, regardless of supposed congressional authorization, is required to obey and observe limitations consisting of the
enumerated powers as detailed within Article 1 Section 8 of the U S Constitution and the Bill Of Rights.
The people of these united States are, and have a right to be, free and independent, and these rights are derived from the “Law of
Nature and nature's God.” As such, they must be free from infringements on the right to keep and bear arms, unreasonable searches
and seizures, capricious detainments and every other natural right whether enumerated or not, pursuant to the 9th amendment.
We further reaffirm that “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are
reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” (10th amendment)
Furthermore, we maintain that no agency established by the U S Congress can develop its own policies or regulations which supersede
the Bill of Rights or the Constitution, nor does the executive branch have the power to make law, overturn law or set aside law.
Therefore, in order to protect the American people, BE IT RESOLVED THAT,
The following abuses will not be allowed or tolerated:
1) Registration of personal firearms under any circumstances.
2) Confiscation of firearms without probable cause, due process, and constitutionally compliant warrants
issued by a local or state jurisdiction.
3) Audits or searches of a citizen's personal affairs or finances without probable cause, due process, and
constitutionally compliant warrants issued by a local or state jurisdiction.
4) Inspections of person or property without probable cause and constitutionally compliant warrants as
required by the 4th Amendment and issued by a local or state jurisdiction.
5) The detainment or search of citizens without probable cause and proper due process compliance, or the
informed consent of the citizen.
6) Arrests with continued incarcerations without charges and complete due process, including, but not limited
to public and speedy jury trials, in a court of state or local jurisdiction.
7) Domestic utilization of our nation's military or federal agencies operating under power granted under the
laws of war against American citizens.
8) Arrest of citizens or seizure of persons or property without first notifying and obtaining the express consent
of the local sheriff.
that the undersigned Sheriffs, Peace Officers, and other Public Servants, do hereby denounce any acts or agencies which promote the
aforementioned practices. All actions by the Federal Government and its agents will conform strictly and implicitly with the principles
expressed within the United States Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and the Bill of Rights.
There is no greater obligation or responsibility of any government officer than to protect the rights of the people. Thus, any conduct
contrary to the United States Constitution, Declaration of Independence, or the Bill of Rights will be dealt with as criminal activity.
Position: ______________________________________________
Signed: _______________________________________________ Date: ___________________

Drake | February 3, 2014 at 9:31 pm | URL: http://wp.me/p2tRr3-19x


2) from allenbwest.com: 'Coca Gola ad on Super Bowl - America's brand?  Hm.' - Allen West - Feb. 2 (posted on Liberty Allliance.com - Feb. 3)

Goringo an hour ago [Feb. 3]
If Jesus comes to America as part of his second coming, He won't speak a word of English. Allen West would deport Jesus for not speaking English and having foreign values…

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  • kibitzer3 Goringo 3 minutes ago [Feb. 3]
  • To become a citizen of the U.S., Goringo, the law is that you must learn the common language of all of us Americans; in this case that is English. Same for many countries. If someone is just a visitor, they of course don't have to learn the common language of the nation. Please don't confuse the issue.

kibitzer3 a few seconds ago  (shortly after the above)
I didn't see the video (don't have TV) and couldn't access it at your site, because the "video has been removed by the user".

But I agree with your take on the matter, Col. West.
Forces are trying to break down the U.S. of A. Besides some good reasons for this (there is a spiritual Plan afoot), there are ulterior reasons for this as well. These latter forces must not have their way.

Please continue to stand up for America, Col. West. Against all its enemies. Foreign. And domestic. As per your oath of military office.
A separating of the sheep from the goats is underway. Citizens need to practice the utmost of discretion, to follow the good shepherd, into the bright future. Not the sinister voices leading them into the brambles, and getting stuck there.

We are being given a clear choice. For that, we can at least be grateful.


CANADIAN311 3 hours ago
I didn't really feel the necessity to get involved in your petty unnecessary patriotic talks but if you check your information you would know that your country has no official language at the federal level, you have a de facto language, which is the most commonly used, which happens to be English.


  • kibitzer3 CANADIAN311 a few seconds ago (shortly after the above)

  • The law for citizenship is that you must be able to speak English. But you're right: there is no 'official' language.

  •  It would appear that it would be a very good idea to get that passed.

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  • Joseph Nuttall CANADIAN311 an hour ago

  • Thank you and since our founding fathers spoke the English language one would have to assume the only respectful thing would be to speak that language right ???
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Mike Martin 3 hours ago
Judging by your posting policy, this entire article should be flagged as offensive and racist, and removed.

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  • Joseph Nuttall Mike Martin an hour ago
  • So is Mexico considered racist for not translating everything to English for me simply because I don't feel I have to be respectfully to there customs and laws ?
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  • Jayhome Mike Martin 3 hours ago
  • Did Allen just tell Jesus to take a hike from coming to America , cause he is not about to " speak English" :D
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  • DavidM Mike Martin 3 hours ago
  • How is saying people should speak English in America racist? Idiot.
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    • Bill Oreilly DavidM 3 hours ago
    • Ask a native American. Jingoistic tribal troll.

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    • Mike Martin DavidM 3 hours ago
    • Saying that other races and cultures have no place in your country is racist.

    • Idiot.
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    •           kibitzer3 Mike Martin 5 minutes ago
      • You seem to have entirely missed the point. Or are you just trying to take over the discussion for your own purposes?

      • Coca Cola, in its ad, made a statement for multiculturalism within the country, which is a political issue. Col. West, in his response, made a statement for Americanism - the classic melting pot; not Balkanization. One nation - One predominant language, with people free to express their own cultures within the overriding culture. (Unless their cultural mores run against the laws of this nation; such as female circumcision, and having the 'right' to beat your wife. Or wives.) To treat that position as "(s)aying that other races and cultures have no place in your country is racist" is, well, ludicrous. And deceitful. 

      • To the naughty corner with you.  Child.

3) from teaparty.org: 'REPORT: Ryan, Schumer in secret immigration talks' - from Politico.com - Feb. 4

Stan Stanfield · Top Commenter · Stanford University  [Feb. 4]

Regarding "Republican signals": they should be crystal clear. A good example (besides simply saying, and enforcing: 'No more honey pot for illegal aliens'): 'Dear Democrat Congressional colleagues: You have asked for our response on immigration reform. Besides legislating for better border security, our answer is this: You don't reward lawbreakers. Plus, it encourages - not discourages - further lawbreaking. 

'We are here to make laws. Not to encourage them to be broken. Sincerely.'

Let's start calling a spade a spade. And start putting in the hard yards to a constitutional republic-supporting answer to the issue. The shortsighted Big Business boyos, and the Chamber of Commerce, to the contrary notwithstanding. Which situation - of the multinational camel's nose under the big Republican tent - needs to be resolved, and soon. And the sooner the better. Let that NAFTA and North American Union faction form its own big-business political party, and let the broad base of patriotic Americans stand against it and the far Left that the Democrat Party has become, been taken over by. That, or empower an enlarged Independent Party, which patriotic former Republicans and Democrats can both unite under, to take our country back from those on either the Left OR the Right who would capture it under their respective banners. Which amount, in the end, to the same one: the imperial eagle. Not Old Glory. 

That one is reserved for true Americans. Which means. true to the founding principles of this nation - this grand experiment, in self-governance. As an ensign to the world, as how to organize a nation to further the spiritual principle of free will, and self-responsibility. Not to be the chattel of the state, whether that be under Royal or Church or Oligarchy or Tyrant. But individuals sovereign in their own right, as the expressions of a loving God.

It really is that time. If not now, I ask you: When? 


As to the point that 'the time is now,' I like what Steve Eichler, CEO of theTea Party, said to it in another of his blogs today:

"Obama is on the verge of carrying out a horrific chain of events leading to full Martial Law. He said so in his State of the Union address the other night.

"With his signature smirk he told American citizens that this is the "Year of Executive Action." He plans to abuse executive orders to blow by Congress and the Constitution to carry out his agenda…" (his emphasis)

Just so.   

The pot is boiling


P.S.  A late entry for today:

4) from teaparty.org: 'Sotomayor: Labeling Illegals as 'Criminals' is Insulting' - Feb. 4 - orig. posted at washington.cbslocal.com

This is what we have sitting for our Supreme Court? Is Sotomayor insane? These people are BREAKING THE LAW. That, by any definition, makes them criminals. Just totally, freaking unbelievable!

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Bonnie Robb · Top Commenter · Noneya Business High

And guess who nominated her ?

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Beatrice Marlowe · Top Commenter · Works at Self-Employed

Bonnie Robb : Without Senate approval! Another Impeachable offense! God Bless!

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Labeling "illegals" as possible American citizens is even more INSULTING to law-abiding American citizens and immigrants who became Americans citizens LEGALLY!!

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Stan Stanfield · Top Commenter · Stanford University

Franklin Wayne Crittenden: Just so. 

Two additional points. 1) The Republican response to their fellow lawmaking Democrats on the immigration reform issue should be to say, simply: 'You don't reward lawbreakers. Plus, it encourages - not discourages - further lawbreaking.' And 2) Ms. Sotomayor was appointed by Obama. Obama is an illegal occupier of that office, a) for being ineligible for it in the first place (for not being a 'natural born' citizen), and b) for having committed crimes pursuant to the original one. Thus, all the legislation that he has signed into law, and all of the Executive Orders that he has issued, and all of the appointments that he has made, are null and void. Or will be, when the rule of law catches up with him. 

Maybe that's why even the Supreme Court is playing fast and loose with the law of the land - has such a cavalier attitude towards it. It's all relative, apparently, to these people. Not really the way to run a country.

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if they are here illegal then yes they are criminals. do it the right way and do they paper work and go through the work to become legal citizens like the immigrants did in the old days.

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What part of undocumented and illegal entry into the country is not understood here? There is a BIG fence between Mexico and Guatemala, those who climb the fence are treated as criminals by Mexico. We'e not running an 'Intergalactic Kegger' here. The democratic party is determined to create an underclass of 'communities' dependent upon the...democratic party. The party is determined to 're-invent' the USA.
God help our poor Republic.

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Michael Flynn · Top Commenter

“I figure I may not be the smartest judge on the court but I’m going to be a competent justice." Well she just proved the first part of that statement. What an idiot! If she is 59 years old and doesn't know that breaking a law makes you a criminal I don't think she is competent to be a judge.

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If you rape, are you not a rapist? If you steal, are you not a thief? If you commit any crime, are you not a criminal? Entering this country without proper documentation is a crime. Plain and simple.

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Lovinmalamutes Bff · Follow · Top Commenter 
Playing the word game changes nothing. You illegally come into this country, you are a criminal, just as anyone who BREAKS OUR LAWS is called.

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[And, simply and succinctly:]

Roy Mangus

They broke the LAW!

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But let's give Ms. Sotomayor some fair due: It is obvious that a significant portion of the American populace has supported this lawbreaking; from the Left for their political purposes, and from the Right for their economic purposes. 
So it's not quite the same as 'rape or pillage'.  The American public has to bear some of the responsibility for this matter as well.  To that extent, they are criminals as well; and don't have a lot of leeway to be pointing fingers at others.

As I have said elsewhere: There's plenty of blame to go 'round, these days, for the way things are.  Look in your own heart before casting blame on others.

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