J.A.I.L. News Journal
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Los Angeles, California                                                   June 8, 2004

"What Is Truth?"
(By Al Thompson)
 
The fact is that no viable solution has any consensus among any of us.  We should all unit behind the truth and then do things that will achieve the corrections that we desire. We lack direction and cohesiveness. So let's try to get down to working on viable solutions.  We know enough of the problem to last us for decades. What we should all want is a peaceful remedy that will endure. Upholding the truth is the only viable answer to providing a solution. We don't need any more facts about the problem, we now need to focus on solutions, and the sooner we get started on it, the faster we can obtain a remedy.
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It is almost impossible to figure out what the truth really is unless you can reason it out in your own mind. If, by using our reasoning skills, many of us will come to the same conclusion on our own. We won't need to follow any guru's advice.

Yes, this is a difficult problem, but for every problem there is a solution.  We're not here, at least I'm not, to generate any hatred toward anyone.  I'm looking for solutions.  I have my idea on how to make things work, but I do change my mind from time to time depending on the information received.  So let's try to get down to working on viable solutions. ....
 
Regards,
Al Thompson
 


Ron Branson Responds "To What Is Truth?"
 
Dear All Thompson:
 
You have spoken a mouthful in few words about the pursuit of truth. For this I commend you. However, your point is left open-ended without a conclusion.
 
I contend that the answer to your question re the pursuit of truth is not so complicated as is the willfulness to accept the truth. The fact is that truth is present with us, and not "out there some place."
 
It is the nature of mankind that he will always be in the pursuit of truth, but he will never find it though it stare him in the face. So the problem is not in finding the truth, but rather in recognizing truth.
 
You say, "The fact is that no viable solution has any consensus among any of us.  We should all unit behind the truth and then do things that will achieve the corrections that we desire. We lack direction and cohesiveness. So let's try to get down to working on viable solutions."  Very well said, Al, but this only fortifies what I have just said in the paragraph above, which principle is also described in II Timothy 3:7, "Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth."
 
It is not that "there is no viable solution," but rather, the leaders in pursuit of the truth "will not come to any consensus" because they do not know what truth is in which to "come to a consensus." This brings us back to your original question, "What is truth?" Until we know the truth, there cannot be a consensus among the patriot leadership! Thus, as you say, "We lack direction and cohesiveness."
 
Then you say, "So let's try to get down to working on viable solutions." This is good advice -- again, provided we are willing to recognize the truth.
 
Here is the problem, Al. Egos enter the equation, and the question becomes among the leaders, "Who is going to be the chief?" Everyone agrees universally that all groups must unite; but what the primary mission is remains the question. All uniting must be based upon a universal mission.
 
Numerous coalitions have been created, and these coalitions result in a numerous amount of people. However, these people lack a united focus. Large numbers of people must be the result of a focus, not the other way around. Otherwise the members will eventually fall away for lack of a focus.
 
So now we come to, "What shall be the focus?" On this, national leaders are all over the map. It must be remembered that there are a thousand "good" causes, but only one "best." While "good" is good, it is, nevertheless, the enemy of the "best," because "good" is distractive of the "best," and is detrimental to our cause.
 
So now, what is the "best"? Like your question, "What is truth?" Until this question is resolved, to which we commit our focus, all leaders shall continue to be frustrated and wander without direction or cohesiveness.
 
As for myself, I have resolved the focus issue. It is judicial accountability to the people, because all other objectives are dependent upon it. Hence, I have founded J.A.I.L., (Judicial Accountability Initiative Law), under which all other organizations will benefit. 
 
Someone once wrote saying, "Ron, when are you going to become a separate part of the whole, rather than a whole separate part?"  The context of the J.A.I.L. Initiative shows on its face that it is not an alternative to other causes, but rather is uniquely independent. J.A.I.L. was a necessity since the first day the Framers wrote the Constitution.
 

 
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