Saturday, 10 June 2017

The Law Of The Land V. The Law Of The Jungle

Anybody else getting not just a whiff but the full-blown stench of hypocrisy emanating from the Democrat Party camp these days?  How the Democrats, with their ‘public relations’ arm, the Mainstream Media, are baying after Trump for  - oh, the irony! - ‘obstruction of justice’.  When they should look to their own side of the aisle for a considerable number of such examples, of going against the law.

And all the way to the top.  Take, for very pertinent example, their nomination for, and the election of, an ineligible - a constitutionally ineligible, that is to say - candidate for the very office of the presidency of the nation; who needs - constitutionally, that is to say - to be not just any kind of citizen, but a ‘natural born’ citizen.1 

 ‘Oh well - he’s a citizen, because his mother was a citizen.  Close enough,’ you say??  

Actually - no.2  But who’s to quibble, over this matter, and other such matters.  Of what is the law of the land.  And what is the law of the jungle…

Which brings up another, and related, area of such contention, and regarding the same camp of perps.  And that is the subject of voter fraud in this country.

Take my home state, of California.  Did you know that anybody can vote in this state, who has managed to get their name on the voter registration rolls?  And that little matter has been made easier by a state law that allows anybody who applies for, or renews, a driver’s license, to have their name be automatically added to said rolls (unless they specifically ask for it not to be)??  And all of which has made it easier for illegal aliens - of which category of persons this state is flooded - to get their names on the voter reg rolls, because this state now allows said category of ‘resident’ to apply for, and receive, a driver’s license - knowingly???3

Let me cut to the chase here.  ‘It’ has all become a charade.  A fake, a farce, a fraud, an illusion, a delusion.  The voting in this country.  And everything else going on.  In this kleptocracy.

I as a U.S. citizen residing in the state of California am having my vote be diluted beyond any decent level of measurement by the votes of who knows how many non-citizens and other illegal voters (like felons).  Thus, my rights are being violated.  But then, I have no real rights.  Because this nation has descended into the pit of anarchy.  There is no ‘law’.  

Well.  There is, actually.

There is the law of the jungle. 

And if you thought you have ever heard a roar:

You ain’t heard nothin’ yet.  


1 What’s that, you say?  Well, he’s look it up.  Let’s see; the definition of a ‘natural born citizen’ at the time that it was codified in the Constitution - the law of the land - as an eligibility requirement for the office of the presidency was…here it is, right here: 
   The definition of the term as understood by the constitutional Framers: a person “born in the country, of parents who are citizens”.  Well, that makes sense.  That’s what would make it ’natural’.  A person, then, with NO DUAL OR OTHERWISE CONFLICTING LOYALTIES OR ALLEGIANCES OR INFLUENCES.  Who has SOLE ALLEGIANCE to the country of his or her origin.
   And that eligibility requirement for that particular federal office STILL STANDS, absent a constitutional amendment to the contrary.
   Yes yes; I know: ‘But wouldn’t the Republican Party have raised an objection, if he weren’t a natural born citizen, according to the law?’  A very good question.  Which extends the hypocrisy - and skullduggery -  beyond just the confines of the Democrat Party.
   But to continue. 

2 And actually, according to the law, she was too young at the time of his birth automatically to confer her citizenship on her child anyway.  But what’s another little factoid, in the face of the ‘public relations’ arm of the Democrat Party???
   And all of this is ‘purportedly,’ you understand.  For, if they can lie about the matter of the eligibility requirements for the office of the presidency of the country, they can lie about anything. We only have their word for any of anything.  And that word is not worth a bucketful of spit; in the colorful words of one of their party’s previous occupants of the office of the vice presidency of the nation.  
   And ‘vice’ is a good word for it, all.

3 Wouldn’t that sort of thing be caught with a simple cleaning of the voter reg rolls?  One would think so.  But this state doesn’t engage in any cleaning of its voter reg rolls.  
   How do I know?  Because my county Voter Registrar’s Office - and that is Los Angeles County; the prime seat for corruption in this sort of matter, with its huge number of Hispanic residents, some legally in the country, many not - told me directly that they don’t.  Why not?  Quote: “Because people sign up on penalty of perjury.”  Oh.  I see.  I think…but if you never check to see if they have signed up “on penalty of perjury”……       
   I get it.
   You bastards.
   Think to hijack my country, will you.........


Keeping the pressure on.  Regarding politics...

from ‘Our Forgotten Founders: Sen. Mike Lee Reveals The Liberal Plan To Erase Our History’  - Bradley Matthews - June 10 
(Sen. Lee, of Utah, has written a book he has titled ’Written Out Of History: The Forgotten Founders Who Fought Big Government’.  Good for him - and us.)

Stan Stanfield
Excellent to draw attention to the founding and Founding Fathers of this country. The Public needs not just a refresher course on the subject, but the very exposure to it, that our educational system has not been giving our children properly for years. It has been part of an attempt to overthrow this country. It’s time to beat back these devils. Good timing, Sen. Lee.

June 10, 2017,8:21 pm


...and otherwise:

Comment to the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Proposed Rule: Importation, Interstate Movement, and Environmental Release of Certain Genetically Engineered Organisms’ - at

'I am opposed to GMOs as food for humans or animals.  There is too much evidence, extending over a long period of time, that the public is being misled about the so-called 'safety' of these products.  The purported 'science' of the matter has been bought and paid for by the industry itself.  Independent research tells a different story.  No More GMOs. Period.'


...and another comment in this same general vein; this, as response to an email from a friend:

1) Lynne's a great gal.  I followed her newsletter for years, What Doctors Don't Tell You.  All excellent stuff.  As for

2) 'Psychiatric drugs': Don't get me started.  I am so effing angry at the so-called medical profession (really: the medical-pharmaceutical complex.  More really: the medical-pharmaceutical-government complex) for not letting the public know/understand that these mental conditions are just SYMPTOMS; not disease conditions in and of themselves.  And thus, the real, intelligent approach should be to check out what is causing the particular symptom.  And apparently - according to your comment - Lynne points out the importance of the B complex, and esp. B12 therein.  That sort of information should be shouted from the housetops, and in all of our information sites.  But of course, that would undercut the profits of the drug industry; and we can't have that, can we...

As I have said before:

Comes the revolution.........

But thanks for the link.  Nice to see that someone - and Lynne especially - is doing their best to get the word out to the public.  (And yes, we vegetarians need to be careful about getting enough of the Bs, and esp. B12.  I take a B complex pill daily.  Along with a D3. Among some other goodies.)

But -



Sent: Friday, June 9, 2017 1:05 PM
Subject: Mental Starvation==medicating for stress

A great article on the importance of B vitamins, especially B12, of which I probably do not get enough of, being mostly vegetarian.

 Psychiatric drugs represent the most profitable sector of the drugs industry and one which, indeed, one of the most profitable sectors of any industry.
About one in five Americans is on some form of psychotropic drug—one that changes your mental state—spending some $11 billion on antidepressants and $16 billion on antipsychotics alone, many now inappropriately given for stress and anxiety.
To give you some idea of the enormous profits to be made by medicating for stress, in the US, Xanax, the number-one drug for anxiety, generates more revenue than Tide, the country’s leading laundry detergent.


Mental starvation
Entire industries in modern medicine—psychiatry, the drug industry, even many therapeutic arms of psychology—are predicated on the idea that chronic, crippling stress, anxiety and a number of other forms of so-called mental illness are incredibly tough nuts to crack, requiring years of strong
medication that, at best, can only control symptoms.

In fact, psychiatrists in America have lately abandoned any attempts at talking cures and are now just the people who dole out the drugs. 

Several years ago, The New York Times interviewed one prominent psychiatrist who confessed that his current patient load had swollen to 1,200 because he could treat them in 15-minute meetings that mostly consist of adjusting their prescriptions.   

To read the full blog: CLICK HERE


That is to say: Both the 'Left' and the 'Right' have much to answer for, in the corruption of the United States.  That condition 

about to end.

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