A Diminishing Republic Ruled by Obama, or by Law?

If you were an American law enforcement officer, say a city police officer, sworn to uphold the U.S. Constitution and your State Constitution and to enforce your State’s penal code, and you knew of a conspiracy being hatched to rob a bank in your city, would you prepare to arrest the perpetrators before they robbed the bank and brought serious harm to innocent people? Moreover, if you knew that the perpetrators were known criminals with long rap-sheets filled with crimes and misdemeanors, would you try to act speedily to keep the crime from occurring? Yet, what if your watch commander and, even, your police chief, told you to stand-down when you reported to them the incontrovertible facts about the impending crime, when it was going to occur, how it would occur, and the specific day and time? What if they, however, told you that it didn’t matter and to forget about it?

To answer these poignant questions, I will specifically point to an article that appeared on the front-page of the August 2, 2014 edition of the “Washington Post” entitled, “Obama readies executive action on immigration.” This article, coming from about the most Marxist propagandizing newspaper in the country, flippantly published this excuse for journalism with the same contempt for the U.S. Constitution as they did when they announced that the great (illegal) bill, Obamacare, was on the President’s desk for signature. The article should have, instead, be properly entitled, “Obama plans high-crime to issue the illegal and unconstitutional executive order granting amnesty to further denigrate the U.S. Constitution. Why is this so?

Well, the most compelling reason is that executive orders are not mentioned in the U.S. Constitution. They are an abstruse creation of the U.S. Supreme Court. Article 2 does not, in any way, give the President authority to hold the legislative, executive, and judicial powers in one hand, and a bull-whip in the other. The President, as chief executive, has only the specific power to issue directives, not laws, that affect only the working status of the employees of the executive branch. He has no power to unilaterally create a law (tantamount to a U.S. statute or code), to define and interpret its legal status, and to enforce it. That is the precise definition of pure tyranny.

Remember the infamous executive order issued by the first real American fuhrer, Franklin D. Roosevelt, when he ordered, in late 1941, that all of the innocent Japanese-Americans be rounded-up and imprisoned in internment camps? That order was later ruled as unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court, as it should have been before it was issued. That order was responsible for over 100 deaths in those internment camps, and ruined quite a few human lives. Something very awful, after 1929, happened to the majority of the American people when they were exposed to the severe adversity of a Depression deliberately engineered by the Federal Reserve, in 1927, when it secretly ordered that 1/3 of the paper and coin money in circulation be taken out of circulation incrementally (Economist Milton Friedman establish this fact). By 1929, the runs on the banks and savings and loans in the nation were imminent. Then, when it happened, the People of the United States buckled to socialism, government regulation, and the philosophies of John Maynard Keynes, which were implemented by FDR in his unconstitutional New Deal. The People surrendered their precious liberty and freedom to the federal government for some temporary physical security, thinking that FDR was a savior instead of the demon he was. There were at that time a few American constitutional patriots who fought Roosevelt, but through FDR’s deceitful conspiracy and collusion, proven through detailed historical research, they lost the fight.

The first executive order was, surprisingly, rendered by good old President George Washington when he took it upon himself to do the job of Congress by ordering the building of the first federal mint. Congress should have tongue-lashed Washington and told him never to assume a legislative power that rightfully belongs to the Congress. Nonetheless, Washington was not reprimanded (he was, for some reason, extolled) for his usurpation of the U.S. Constitution, and a precedent was unconstitutionally set that a President has the power to issue “executive orders.” Yet, the old, but true, aphorism, “give them an inch, and they’ll take a mile” was exemplified by that happening, and has been evermore true in the passage of history since that first illegal order was given.

Now, getting back to illegal immigration, there are laws, U.S. Codes, that have been passed by plural (Democratic and Republican) Congresses, and signed by standing U.S. Presidents, going back to Harry Truman, which make illegal immigration into the United States, across U.S. borders, a crime, and actionable by federal law enforcement. According to standing law, any federal law enforcement officer can intervene in the commission of a federal crime, such as bank robbery, kidnapping, shoplifting, and illegal immigration. If they deliberately don’t intervene during robberies or kidnappings, they can’t use, as an excuse for not intervening, that it was not his, or her, jurisdiction. This applies to all federal law enforcement officers, the FBI, the U.S. Marshall’s Service, the DEA, the ATF, etc. For example, if an armed, or unarmed, U.S. Border Patrol officer or INS (ICE) agent witnesses a bank robbery, a kidnapping, an act of shoplifting in DC, or an act of illegal immigration, he, or she, has the authority to intervene, to stop the crime, and to arrest the perpetrators. If an FBI agent, perchance, witnesses a van-load of illegal aliens, from Tijuana, Mexico, unloading in Chula Vista, California, he has the jurisdiction to intervene and arrest the aliens and turn them over to the U.S. Border Patrol. This is only as reasonable as the duty of a deputy sheriff to have the jurisdiction to enforce any, and all, state laws in any city in that county where the local police are not witnesses to crimes that are committed. The object of law enforcement, federal, state, and local, is to maintain the public peace and security for the residents of the States who are American citizens, through the proper enforcement of all laws, federal, state, and local, legislated and enacted for the public good. When these laws are deliberately not enforced, the peace and security of the People, for which these laws were intended, diminishes in proportion to the diminution of law. I believe that this is what the Honorable John Adams meant when he solemnly said, “We are a nation of laws, and not of men.”

So, in the beginning of this essay I asked what you, an American peace officer, would do if you knew that a sordid federal crime, a felony, had been planned, and when it was going to be perpetrated. If you also knew that the federal law enforcement officers, sworn to uphold the U.S. Constitution and to enforce all standing federal laws, were going to standby and allow the crime to be committed, what would you do? I have some associates who are federal law enforcement officers, FBI and U.S. Border Patrol, and some associates who are Department of Justice lawyers. And you know what? They don’t give a diddly-squat about whether high-crimes are being committed by the U.S. President; and what a shame it is! These federal fat-cats are much more interested in maintaining an unlawful status quo, in order to continue getting their paychecks and retirements, than in the rule of law. All of them are bowing to their boss, Eric Holder, and saying to him, “You’re command, which is your fuhrer’s command, is my desire to enforce.” Would you, a sworn peace officer, throw-up your hands and say, “There’s nothing I can do?” Or would you do something, perhaps something a bit drastic?

Of course, what you would have to do is to first come to a conclusion as to whether the issuance of an unconstitutional executive order is essentially tantamount to the commission of a bank robbery, murder, or kidnapping? Let’s, for a moment, go back to FDR and consider a blatant correlation that cries-out for recognition. When that fascist President illegally ordered the internment of over a million Japanese-Americans, U.S. citizens, and some of those people died during their internment, was that order tantamount to a felony? Were those deaths the result of the commission of involuntary manslaughter, or murder by Roosevelt’s henchmen? When American citizens directly suffer, to the point of death, through the issuance of unconstitutional executive orders, shouldn’t something drastic be done? Will Obama’s order to give amnesty to illegal aliens, in direct violation of federal law, cause the People of the United States (the residents of your State) to suffer from crime, lack of jobs, and deliberately engineered social disorder (70 percent of the violent crimes in San Diego are committed by Hispanic illegal aliens)? My opinion is, and will forever be, that when the standing federal, state, or local laws are discounted, negated, ignored and unenforced by the chief law enforcement officers and their direct enforcers, anarchy will preside, which calls for that system, allowing such absence of law, to be abolished and a new system instituted which will ensure the blessings of liberty and freedom for the People. This is only the recourse stated in that blessed document that was the foundation of American republican government, the Declaration of Independence.

Will You Be a Crime Victim? What Are Your Odds? Refuse to Be the Victim of a Violent Crime!

Being the victim of a crime is one of those aspects in life that we tend not to think about… unless it happens to us personally. Have you ever been a victim of crime? If you have, it probably irreversibly changed your life. If you haven’t been a crime victim, consider the facts that follow.

Let’s face it, from birth, life is a crap shoot when it comes to being a crime victim. You roll the dice and take your chances. Day in and day out, you hear about assaults, hold-ups, home invasions, burglaries, car jackings, rape and murder. You might think, “It’ll will never happen to me!”

Have you ever wondered what the odds are that you might be a crime victim, or become one again? The statistics are startling. Of course, a lot depends on who you are, where you live, where you work, your daily routine – and how lucky you are. Lifestyle has a lot to do with it but anyone, anywhere, at any time can be innocently swept up and involved in a crime.

*Consider these odds:

  • 1 of every 39 Americans will be the victim of a violent crime THIS YEAR
  • 1 of every 6 women will be raped in their life time (80% are unreported)
  • 35% of adults will be a victim of a violent crime sometime in their life
  • there is a 100% chance that you will experience a theft in your lifetime and an 87% chance that you will experience theft 3+ times
  • 3 of every 4 households are burglarized every 20 years

Sobering isn’t it?

Law enforcement touts that crime rates have come down from their peak in the 1980’s…and that’s true. The crime rate has fallen 1-2%. But what they don’t tell you is that the NUMBER of crimes continues to rise proportionately to our population growth. The US population in 1980 was 227 million. Today our population is 307 million, which represents a 40% increase in population AND the NUMBER of crimes since 1980. Simply put, more people – more crime.

“What can YOU do to keep from being a crime statistic?” REFUSE TO BE A VICTIM! Be Informed! Be Prepared! Be Armed!

*Source: FBI Crime Statistics

How A Violent Crime Attorney Can Help Resolve Cases Before They Are Brought To Court

Not everyone who has been accused of violent crime is guilty of committing it. Many times, individuals have been thrust into court trials with little justified reason. It is the job of a violent crime attorney to ensure that their clients are treated with more respect and discretion.

A competent, trustworthy criminal law attorney can help an accused individual fight his case even before it goes to court. Court trials can be incredibly messy, not to mention convoluted, time-consuming, and detrimental to one’s reputation. Clients can save themselves from the stress and social stigma if their defense lawyer can help them prove the soundness of their defense early on. This can be done through pre-file investigation.

Pre-file investigation is the stage wherein the criminal defense attorney represents the client in an early stage of the criminal process, before formal charges are actually filed by the prosecutor. During this stage, the violent crime attorney can utilize a variety of resources to gain information and evidence to support his client’s defense. The defense lawyer may look up on police investigations, direct public records searches, or consult with psychological experts, polygraph testers, forensic investigators, computer or Internet experts and other authorities.

The main objective is to prevent the criminal complaint from being filed and brought to court. There are two ways to achieve this: the defense attorney can either bolster his client’s credibility or discredit the victim’s accusation. The client’s credibility can be backed up by disclosing favorable private polygraph results or by presenting reference letters from trustworthy parties such as community leaders, religious leaders, teachers or friends. Defense lawyers may also attack the complaint credibility of the victim by uncovering unsubstantiated allegations against others made by the victim or by introducing witnesses to question the reputation and truth of the victim’s accusation.

Street Crime in America

Unfortunately, street crime is still with us. Muggings, robberies, rapes and assaults are occurring at an alarming rate every day, and the financial and psychological cost of these crimes are devastating the lives of the victims. Americans have been rudely awakened from their false sense of security and they are angry and afraid. Who is committing these crimes? The majority of these crimes are committed by habitual criminals. Criminologist Marvin Wolfgang asserts that of the males born and raised in Philadelphia between 1945 and 1958, just 7 percent of each age group committed two-thirds of all violent crime.

  • Nationwide, law enforcement made an estimated 13,687,241 arrests (except traffic violations) in 2009. Of these arrests, 581,765 were for violent crimes and 1,728,285 were for property crimes. The arrest rate was 4,478.o arrest per 100,000 inhabitants of the total estimated United State population.
  • The arrest rate for violent crime (including murder and non-negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault) was 191.2 per 100,000 inhabitants, and the arrest rate for property crime (including burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson) was 571.1 per 100,000 inhabitants.
  • Two year arrest trends showed violent crime arrests declined 2.3 percent when compared with 2008 arrests, while property crime arrests increased 1.6 percent when compared with the 2008 arrests.
  • Arrest of juveniles for all offenses decreased 8.9 percent in 2009 when compared with the 2008 number; arrest of adults declined 1.2 percent.
  • Nearly 75 percent (74.7) of the persons arrested in the nation during 2009 were males.They accounted for 81.2 percent of persons arrested for violent crime and 62.2 percent of persons arrested for property crime.
  • In 2009, 69.1 percent of all persons arrested were white, 28.3 percent were black, and the remaining 2.6 percent were of other races.

Are there any answers to the question of what can be done to deter street crime? Many communities are adopting a variety of laws, procedures and practices aimed at reducing street crime.

  • Putting more police on the street.
  • Sending more criminals to prison.
  • Keeping criminals in prison longer.
  • Develop programs intended to deter crime.

Many people are choosing to take responsibility for their own safety in a variety of ways, some are choosing to take self-defense classes, and even more are arming themselves with self defense products like Personal Alarm and Pepper Sprays.

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