When Lies Become the Truth Because Government Says It Is (Limited)
- When Lies Become the TruthBecause Government Says It IsNancy, nothing of substance has, or will be changed in the Initiative. (Statements as to what is not intended, possibly.) The problem is the South Dakota government is lying about what the Initiative states. The law requires the courts to adhere to the intent of the Initiative's "framer," and to avoid absurd and unreasonable interpretations, but the courts ignore their own case precedent, and proceed on with their agenda to discredit what is sought to be voted upon.I have been stating time and time again that J.A.I.L is about judges only, and that has always been its intent from the beginning, but they just contradict my stated intent, and say the objective is really to go after juries and sue them, etc. They want to scare and intimidate all the voters, (potential jurors) from voting for it out of fear they will be arrested for their decisions when they serve on jury duty.Illustration: If I say my name is "Ron Branson," and even swear to that fact, they say my name is really "Joe Blow" without proof, it is what they say that carries the day. This is out and out fraud. But to whom does one complain when all officialdom in the South Dakota government is involved in this fraud? It is a pure outright attack upon the voting process itself. J.A.I.L. has proved that the judges control and cover-up for all the rest of government, and so government is inversely disposed to cover-up for all judges. There is no judicial independence.The problem is not the wording of the Initiative, but the government's power to lie in contravention of its intent. If the government can convince 90% of the people that a lie is the truth, does that make the lie the truth? No! But that is what is going on here!-Ron Branson
From: Nancy Grant [mailto:ngrant@...]
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2006 9:09 AM
To: E Mailing
Subject: question from Nancy GrantHello Ron,If you amend the J4J's iniative to include the voting process do I continue to collect signatures here in Florida or wait until the amendment process is completed, then collect petitions, or does it matter?Please let me know because we are going to start on another spirited petition drive. I am clearing some of my land to put up a huge Jail4judges sign along a major highway. I want to also put up a large flad pole flying an upside down American flag. Let me know your thought on this.Our website in Florida was hit with someone changing and deleting pages but the webmaster here has it straightened out and has put up new firewalls.Nancy Grant/Jail4judges-Florida
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