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Los Angeles, California March 15, 2007______________________________________________________The Battle Lines are Drawn: J.A.I.L. versus The Foreign PowerA Power Foreign to Our Constitution
The Foreign Power,How It Came AboutBy Barbie, ACIC, National J.A.I.L.Edited by Ron Branson, CICIn a continuing quest to inform the People about J.A.I.L., we discuss more on the Foreign Power that has usurped government and controls the People under absolute despotism. The importance of becoming aware of this Foreign Power (a power foreign to our Constitution) came to light after J.A.I.L. was effectively ousted from the South Dakota 2006 election by keeping the voters ignorant of the truth about the J.A.I.L. Amendment, allowing them to read only the fraudulent misrepresentation of the Amendment propagated on the ballot by the State Attorney General. Only a power foreign to the state and federal Constitutions could such a stunt be pulled off in contravention of the People's right to vote in a clean election, specifically their right to alter their form of government as they deemed necessary for their future security. Where are we when the People are no longer permitted to assert their will by their vote?Although we currently have proof of its operation only in South Dakota, we know that the Foreign Power is not limited to South Dakota alone. In fact, one of the emissaries of the South Dakota Foreign Power, Attorney Tom Barnett, the Director of the SD Bar Association, was sent to Florida to poison the minds of that state's Bar, tutoring them "how to" in defeating the J.A.I.L. Amendment in the near future, boasting of the propaganda ploys pulled off "successfully" in South Dakota.As a result, the People there, and throughout this nation, must be informed of the truth of the matter so they can take appropriate action, which is their duty to do, to throw off such counterfeit regime. J.A.I.L. is the only way it can be done, and the enemy knows it-- that's why they are so scared to death of J.A.I.L. that they will go to absolutely any lengths to prevent its passage anywhere in the country, including bringing in the oil cartels, banking institutions, and the nation's multi-billion dollar insurance industries, which form a significant part of that Foreign Power.After 230 years, J.A.I.L. is history in the making-- the first opportunity for the People to establish a means by which they can enforce the terms of the Constitution, by holding judges accountable under it. J.A.I.L. is the pioneer movement for this country in bringing about power to the People to institute a government with just powers derived by consent of the governed as expressed in the Declaration of Independence, throwing off that foreign power operating against the People and the laws of nature.Completing the American Revolution By Norman D. Livergood http://www.new-enlightenment.com/completing.htm[H]ow a wealthy plutocracy during the American struggle for independence from Britain devolved into a criminal cabal. ... Though it is historically common for a small elite to lead any group, it is decidedly not "natural" or commendable for an elite to form into a cabal, "a group of persons secretly united to bring about an overturn or usurpation in public affairs." [the definition from Webster's Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary -j4j]This "cabal" is the Foreign Power controlling this country, which is the object of the second American Revolution discussed below fromIn reality there were two American Revolutions: (1) the revolt against British oppression by Americans, and (2) the revolt against wealthy American merchants and financiers by the common people of America.The second American Revolution is seldom if ever taught in our schools. Because it would make clear just what kind of a country this is: a plutocracy--the rule of the wealthy. And it's this second American Revolution which we must now complete.J.A.I.L. is the only way this second revolution can be completed and won. Going to arms will not eradicate the Foreign Power; for even after a presumed revolution, we would still need the judicial accountability provisions of J.A.I.L. A physical revolution, at most may provide a temporary deterrent, but not an enduring triumph, an effect which is said of the value of the Second Amendment, in Parker, et al. v. District of Columbia, (Case No. 04-7041), (decided March 9, 2007) [Our thanks to WTPF]: http://www.wethepeoplefoundation.org/MISC/DC-COA-RKBA-Parker--Mar-2007.pdf[Fn.9 portion] With respect to the right to defend oneself against tyranny and oppression, some have argued that the Second Amendment is utterly irrelevant because the arms it protects, even if commonly owned, would be of no use when opposed to the arsenal of the modern state. But as Judge Kozinski has noted, incidents such as the Warsaw ghetto uprising of 1943 provide rather dramatic evidence to the contrary. See Silveira, 328 F.3d at 569-70 (dissenting from the denial of rehearing en banc). The deterrent effect of a well-armed populace is surely more important than the probability of overall success in a full-out armed conflict.The Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776 had a popular review of government: A council of Censors was to be elected every seven years to review the government's performance and recommended a new constitutional convention if changes in its structure or powers were required. The extent of popular control involved in such a system exceeds that of any American government before or since. Kenneth M. Dolbeare. Democracy at Risk, 1986.We now know why such provision was not picked up by the forthcoming U.S. Constitution: This [Pennsylvania] constitution is of major importance in American history because it reveals that the working class had a clear vision of government and the intelligence and resourcefulness to gain and use political power. By contrast the later federal Constitution is clearly seen as an elitist document which empowered the wealthy class. Completing the American Revolution, supra.The makeup of "government" when the Constitution was established: The wealthy merchant class grew fearful of the working class's power and made sure that delegates to the first Continental Congress in Philadelphia in 1774 were selected from the "ablest and wealthiest men in America." John Jay, later to become the first chief justice of the Supreme Court, was elected as president. His sentiment was a forecast of what the Constitution would establish: "The people who own the country ought to govern it." (supra).The Federalist Conspiracy - Of the fifty-six men who had signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776, only six of those attended the Federal Convention in Philadelphia in 1787 where the specially selected delegates secretly concocted a plutocratic structure of rule. Patrick Henry refused to attend the convention. [Some that did attend] participated in the convention but refused to sign the new constitution because it lacked a Bill of Rights and provided inadequate representation of the people.In 1787, the vast majority of American people lived in a community-oriented culture, on farms or in cities working as artisans and laborers. Their concept of independence was associated with interdependence and cooperation--all for the common good. The wealthy class--shopkeepers, lawyers, bankers, speculators, commercial farmers--(the same class of people that spent millions to oppose J.A.I.L. in South Dakota- j4j ) had adopted a completely opposite way of life: .... To common people, freedom meant freedom from the oppression of colonial aristocracy as well as freedom from British rule. They thought in terms of liberation from all oppression, not just "independence from Britain." [T]hey were making it clear that their vision of a new society was not that of the wealthy merchant class. Nevertheless, [t]he first American revolution resulted only in a change in rulers: from the British elite to an American plutocracy. Completing the American Revolution, supra.
Despite the written terms of the Declaration of Independence, a true government instituted to secure the inherent rights of the People never had a chance, since the American plutocracy remained in power when the Constitution was ratified, making a mockery of "the consent of the governed." However, despite the plutocratic Foreign Power, the laws of nature and of nature's God cannot be mocked! See JNJ 2/28/07 J.A.I.L. Recognizes Only a Constitutional Form of Government http://www.jail4judges.org/JNJ_Library/2007/2007-02-28.html [Excerpt]:The informed People know and understand that the government of the United States of America is instituted by themselves, delegating certain powers to it by their knowing and intelligent consent-- not a passive or tacit consent-- via the Constitution for the sole purpose of securing their inherent rights which pre-exist government. ...The informed People know that these rights do not exist because of the Constitution or written laws by man, nor even because of the Declaration of Independence that declares these self-evident truths to be so; but that they exist by the laws of nature and of nature's God. (j4j)The delegates to the 1787 Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia were selected by state legislatures--not by popular vote of the people. ... Delegates to the Constitutional Convention were instructed that their only job was to amend the Articles of Confederation and that any proposed changes were to be approved by all the states before they were adopted. A conspiratorial junta, led by Hamilton and Madison, had already decided that they would scrap the Articles of Confederation and write an entirely new constitution which would create a centralized government controlled by the wealthy class. The Convention met entirely in secret, and it would be fifty-three years before American citizens were allowed to see the record of what had transpired in this coup d'etat which enshrined mercantile capitalism as the imposed way of life for Americans. Completing the American Revolution, supra. [This accounts for the Commerce Clause in the Constitution -j4j]Not only were the Articles of Confederation scrapped, but so was "the consent of the governed" at the time of drafting the Constitution. Nevertheless, "[t]oday the presupposition that the Constitution is valid law is undoubtedly correct [because of]wide-spread public acceptance of the new Constitution as legally valid." See the full analysis of constitutional legitimacy from which the following derives: LEGITIMACY AND THE CONSTITUTION Richard H. Fallon, Jr.[T]he legal legitimacy of the Constitution depends more on its present sociological acceptance than on the (questionable) legality of its formal ratification. ... Today the presupposition that the Constitution is valid law is undoubtedly correct. The situation once was more uncertain. Prior to the Constitutions ratification, the Articles of Confederation, which linked the thirteen then-existing states, provided that significant changes in their terms required the state legislatures unanimous consent. Ignoring this requirement, the Constitution drafted by the Constitutional Convention provided that it would take effect upon ratification by special conventions in, rather than by the legislatures of, as few as nine states. Under these circumstances, it was questionable in 1787 and 1788 whether the prescribed ratification process was legally legitimate and, relatedly, whether the draft Constitution, if so adopted, could establish a legally and sociologically legitimate government. Significantly, the answer to those questions did not come through decisions by the Supreme Court or any other tribunal, but from wide-spread public acceptance of the new Constitution as legally valid.[W]hen enough people embraced the Constitution as the operative framework of government, there was no need for further questioning whether its ratification satisfied prior law. Its sociological legitimacy gave it legal legitimacy... The Constitution is law not because it was lawfully ratified, as it may not have been, but because it is accepted as authoritative. Similarly, the Articles of Confederation forfeited their legal legitimacy when they lost their sociological legitimacy. After the Articles had lost their sociological legitimacy, the question whether the new Constitution was adopted as required by the Articles became moot for all practical purposes.Despite the questionable legal ratification of the Constitution, the People accept and recognize it as the Supreme Law of the Land which gives it sociological and legal legitimacy, and through the passage of J.A.I.L., the People will throw off any power that is foreign to the Constitution as is their duty so to do.Completing the American Revolution By Norman D. LivergoodCompleting the Second American RevolutionThe first post-constitutional major skirmish in the ongoing battle of the "common people" against the wealthy class, was the passage of the Bill of Rights in 1791. ... [T]he original Constitution and the Bill of Rights omit any protection for common people against corporations or capitalist employees. ... Following the imposition of a plutocratic Constitution on American citizens, there have been continual uprisings by enlightened elements of the working class in America because they have recognized that the nation suffers under an oppressive capitalist class. (Despite the uprisings, nothing like J.A.I.L. was ever proposed by the People. -j4j)Greider. (1992). Who Will Tell the People?"At the highest levels of government, the power to decide things has instead gravitated from the many to the few, just as ordinary citizens suspect. Instead of popular will, the government now responds more often to narrow webs of power - the interests of major economic organizations and concentrated wealth and the influential elites surrounding them."In place of a meaningful democracy [see below regarding "democracy" -j4j], the political community has embraced a permissive culture of false appearances. Government responds to the public's desires with an artful dance of symbolic gestures - hollow laws that are emptied of serious content in the private bargaining of Washington. Promises are made and never kept. Laws are enacted and never enforced.""Democracy is a pathetic belief in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance." Henry Louis Mencken.
"These will be some of the features of democracy. . . it will be, in all likelihood, an agreeable, lawless, parti-colored society, dealing with all alike on a footing of equality, whether they be really equal or not."
Plato, The Commonwealth"The best argument against democracy is a five minute conversation with the average voter." Winston ChurchillJ.A.I.L. was the victim of serious election fraud in the South Dakota 2006 election. See full reporting on www.sd-jail4judges.org. Only an informed citizenry can do something about this problem. Therefore, the system strenuously seeks to keep the citizens ignorant of the truth, and instead fills them with lies. (We saw this in South Dakota last year).The Donella Meadows Archive - Voice of a Global CitizenNo one well-meaning person, not even a team of them, not even a president, can overcome the short-term, narrow-focused, me-first system that dominates our capital city. Which is not to say that nothing can be done. As a reporter touring the nation, Greider finds the people full of common sense and democratic instincts, though he would say we aren't anywhere near angry enough, because the information that would make us so is withheld and distorted. [emphasis added]
It is our intention to inform the People of this election-target of the Foreign Power in other states. The People must lift themselves above the ignorant masses that sustains the Foreign Power, by informing themselves about the truth of J.A.I.L. It is by arming themselves with this knowledge of the truth that the People will "slay the dragon" with the passage of J.A.I.L.
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