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Even If The System Worked, J.A.I.L. Is Still Absolutely Necessary

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    J.A.I.L. News Journal ______________________________________________________ Los Angeles, California March 6, 2005
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 6, 2005
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      Even If The System Worked,
      J.A.I.L. Is Still Absolutely Necessary
      J.A.I.L. does NOT change the system-- it provides new guards for the People's future security as dictated in the Declaration of Independence as governments become despotic.
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Morgan
      Sent: Monday, February 21, 2005 8:37 PM
      Subject: Re: Will Government Fix The Broken Judicial System?

      The reason the concept of J.A.I.L. is so foreign to most people is simple.  Most people believe the system works.  And, they believe the only ones who are complaining about it are those who have an unjustified gripe against the system, i.e., convicted criminals and others, who most people believe are getting their just punishment.  The public will not rally around what they perceive to be sour grapes.
      In order for reform movements to succeed, enough people have to be affected.  Even though many have run the gauntlet of the judicial system, they are brainwashed into thinking it works, even when they are treated poorly.  They are conditioned to think it is their actions that cause them to be treated in such a manner, not the actions of a patently corrupt judiciary comprised of judges and their attorney whores.
      The bottom line is that most people see the system working, so they presume it is working constitutionally.  They have no desire to change what they presume is working in a legal fashion.  And they will fight those of us who want to change that system.  Our greatest opponents are not the judges and the lawyers.  Our greatest opponents are the people themselves.
      Morgan West
      Westcliffe, Colorado

      J.A.I.L.'s Response:  (by Barbie)
      Thank you, Morgan, for your comments. The reason the concept of J.A.I.L. is so foreign to most people is because "most people" are deceived about what J.A.I.L. is about. Even if most people believe the system works, they still need J.A.I.L. in place in order to assure it continues to work, and more importantly-- that it works PROPERLY under constitutional standards. The fact that most people see the system working, does not justify the PRESUMPTION therefore that it is working constitutionally. Therein lies the danger to the future of the People's lives-- we cannot leave the constitutional protection of our inherent rights --indeed to Life itself-- to mere Presumption.
      Our natural rights, endowed by our Creator, are the most cherished possessions we have. They are priceless! Are "most people" thinking responsibly when leaving the integrity of our public trust (government), into whose hands our very lives are entrusted, to just the Presumption  
      that it will remain honorable to everyone, or even to "most people" for an indefinite period of time?  Do "most people" leave their doors unlocked, and their valuables vulnerable, presuming that their possessions won't be stolen?  Oh! but that's "society" which cannot be trusted-- we can always trust "the system" to work honestly, according to "most people." 
      The problem with "most people" is that they are unable to think beyond themselves. If only "some people" had their rights confiscated by "the system," is it right to presume that they are those who have an unjustified gripe against the system, i.e., convicted criminals, who most people believe are getting their just punishment?  Is it right to presume that convicted criminals received the process that was due under the law and that accordingly their punishment is just? 
      The "system" is the public trust for ALL people, not just "most" people. When it comes to our "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness," if those properties are unjustly taken from only "some people," then it is the duty of "most people" to think responsibly and not just leave "some people" vulnerable under the presumption that the "system works."
      The time will come when "most people" who believe the "system works" and thereby presume that "it works constitutionally" will live to regret their apathy and wish they had the good sense to realize the value of J.A.I.L.
      Yes, "WE HAVE MET THE ENEMY AND HE IS US."  Quote from Walt Kelly, the foreword to The Pogo Papers, Copyright 1952-53
      Finally, "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee..."  Hosea 4: 6

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