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J.A.I.L. News Journal
Los Angeles, California December 17, 2006
The Inherent Right of ALL People to Alter or Reform Government.
The Right Upon Which All Other Rights Depend
Dark Clouds of Evil are Billowing
By Barbie, victoryusa@...
There are approximately nineteen states that recognize in their Constitutions the RIGHT of the People to alter or reform government when they deem it necessary, because government belongs to them; it is instituted by the People for their protection, security, and benefit. Those states are referred to as "initiative" states, where the People can vote directly for reform of government by the initiative process. As a RIGHT, the People must be able to exercise it freely.
For instance, the California Constitution states: "All political power is inherent in the people. Government is instituted for their protection, security, and benefit, and they have the RIGHT [emphasis added] to alter or reform it when the public good may require." Art. II, Sec. 1. The South Dakota Constitution similarly states, in pertinent part: "All political power is inherent in the people, and all free government is founded on their authority, and is instituted for their equal protection and benefit, and they have the RIGHT [emphasis added] in lawful and constituted methods to alter or reform their forms of government in such manner as they may think proper." Art. VI, §26.
Both State Constitutions, in recognizing this RIGHT of the People to alter or reform government, introduce the RIGHT with "All political power is inherent in the people." How much? Some? Half? The majority? It is ALL political power-- 100 percent of it. If "all political power is inherent in the people," is any political power inherent in government? Does government have any political power that is not derived from the People? Does government even exist other than by the political power that is inherent in the People? If government exists by the political power inherent in the People, can it exist for its own self-interests? Does government exist for any other purpose than for the protection, security, and benefit of the People? Does government have the inherent political power to oppose the People?
South Dakota was the test state for the passage of J.A.I.L. See the Post-Election Report by Ron Branson. The above questions should be presented to every member of the South Dakota government (in fact, similar type of questions have been already presented to the entire Legislature of South Dakota and they chose to ignore them), and now the government should be made to answer to the People. Read the Post-Election Report and information on the Home Page of our South Dakota website, www.sd-jail4judges.org.
The South Dakota government, especially the entire Legislature and the State Attorney General, committed crimes in opposing the People during this last election. The government didn't have the authority to write a resolution opposing the People's initiative, nor to misrepresent the Amendment in the Attorney General's "Explanation" on the ballot, nor to otherwise interfere with the election process. The real J.A.I.L. Amendment wasn't presented to the People; it was redefined and propagandized by the government and its henchmen beyond recognition. We tried to warn the South Dakota voters of this fraud two days before the election took place. (See South Dakota 2006 Ballot Contaminated).
Also, before the election, I wrote a JNJ "Will The People of South Dakota Withstand the Election Fraud?" In it I said:
All eyes across the nation are now poised on the South Dakota 2006 election, just two days away, and particularly the J.A.I.L. Amendment (Amendment E). The American People are relying on The People of South Dakota to carry out their responsibility to amend their government pursuant to §26 of the South Dakota Constitution in order "to provide new guards for their future security" as instructed in the Declaration of Independence.
South Dakota was the first state to have the initiative process; and now it is the first state, through this process, for The People to be able to do something about out-of-control government that they have been complaining about for decades all over the country. We now see that, even with the initiative process, the entire South Dakota government has managed to interfere with that process through fraud and deceit on its People. The question is, will The People of South Dakota withstand this election fraud by their State government? These events will shine the light for other states to be prepared to deal with this problem of voter intimidation through government fraud and deceit. No matter what, J.A.I.L. is still the "Achilles' heel" to curbing a tyrannical government. The message of J.A.I.L. has gotten out and it will not go away!
The RIGHT of the People to alter or reform their government is implemented through another RIGHT-- the RIGHT to vote. The South Dakota Constitution also officially recognizes that right, thusly: "Elections shall be free and equal, and no power, civil or military, shall at any time interfere to prevent the free exercise of the right of suffrage." Art. VII, §1. Yet, what happened? The government, which the People were seeking to alter or amend through the initiative process, interfered with the voting process that would implement the right to amend that government. As we said J.A.I.L. Didn't Lose, It Wasn't Honestly Presented to the Voters.
The government of South Dakota did not have the authority to oppose the J.A.I.L. Amendment. It was done by usurpation of a power it didn't legitimately have. By counterfeit power, it violated the People's right of amendment of government and their right to an election free from government interference. That's the kind of government the People are advised by the Declaration of Independence to "throw off" and replace with "new guards for their future security." That's what the People of South Dakota were seeking to do with J.A.I.L. (Amendment E), but were prevented from doing by that government.
Yes, all political power is inherent in the people. But what good is it if it can be stolen right from under us? That's what happened in South Dakota , and that's what will continue to happen, like a plague, throughout this country if it isn't stopped. The dark clouds of evil are billowing over South Dakota , and they will be spreading to a state near you!
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood,
but against principalities, against powers,
against the rulers of the darkness of this world,
against spiritual wickedness in high places.
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