J.A.I.L. News Journal
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Los Angeles, California                                           January 2, 2006
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The Inherent Right of ALL People to Alter or Reform Abusive Government
The Right Upon Which All Other Rights Depend
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 The Right of The People to Alter or Reform Government Trumps Everything Else
By: Barbie, ACIC, National J.A.I.L.
victoryusa@jail4judges.org
 
J.A.I.L. IS THAT RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO ALTER
OR REFORM GOVERNMENT
 
You don't hear about that from the news media, do you? Why not? It's because the right of the People to alter or reform their government whenever they deem it necessary trumps everything the media has reported --whether true or false! That right even trumps the Bill of Rights, because without a lawful government, none of our other rights can be exercised by the People. It doesn't matter if we have the Right of Petition, the Right of Redress, the Right of Free Speech, the Right of Free Press, the Right of Assembly, the Right of Due Process, the Right of Access to our Courts, and more--  NONE of them matter if the People don't have a lawful and accountable government instituted to respect their rights and cooperate in their exercise as a matter of practice, and not exist idly in theory only.
 
The right of the People to alter or reform their government does not depend upon any writing or documentation as authority.  Even if the Constitution were nothing but a "GD piece of paper," the right of the People to alter or reform their government exists nevertheless. It is a law of nature. It exists just because there is Existence! Because newspaper publishers exist, because judges exist, because lawyers exist, because the Bar Association exists, and because the People exist--  THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO ALTER OR REFORM GOVERNMENT exists! And to be meaningful, it must exist in practice. That means the People must act!
 
It doesn't matter if the system has checks and balances in place; it doesn't matter if voters can vote miscreant judges out of office; it doesn't matter if the system provides an appellate process; it doesn't matter if commissions on judicial conduct rein in every judge; it doesn't matter if disgruntled litigants want to sue judges because they don't like the decision; it doesn't matter if the independence of the judiciary must be upheld --or anything else. THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO ALTER OR REFORM GOVERNMENT supersedes all of it. That's what matters!
 
And it's the People who must make it matter!  And it's the People of South Dakota who are making it matter right now in their state, by getting J.A.I.L. on the 2006 ballot. J.A.I.L. IS THAT RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO ALTER OR REFORM GOVERNMENT, namely the judiciary, when the People find it necessary to do so. And it's when the People find it necessary to do so --not when the Bar Association, the newspaper editors, the commissions on judicial conduct, or the legal fraternity finds it necessary. Despite the truth or falsity of what they report, it is the responsibility of the People to move and to act on this inherent right that trumps all others.  Only the People can make it happen. And they're making it happen in South Dakota this year!
 
Regardless of what the legal fraternity or their newspaper cronies think or say, even if it is true-- it isn't up to them, but it's up to the People to determine if it is necessary to alter or reform their forms of government. And that determination by the People will be based on whether the government is performing the function it was instituted to perform, i.e., protecting the integrity of their inherent rights. If government, through the judiciary, isn't serving and protecting the People's rights, then it ceases to be "government."
 
The People of South Dakota have determined that it indeed is necessary to alter or reform the government, by holding the judiciary accountable to the People because their rights are not being protected in court. The People of South Dakota (at least 46,800 of them) have found that
The People of South Dakota have found that judges have the potential of abusing their power, and that when they do abuse it, (and only then), the People have the duty to prevent that abuse by removing the artificial shield of the judge-made doctrine of "judicial immunity" for the specific violations listed.
 
It isn't done because anyone doesn't "like" judicial decisions. Just because government does things we don't "like" doesn't mean it ceases to be government. It's only when government fails to perform its responsibility of protecting the People's rights that it ceases to be government and must be reformed; and the listed violations contained in the J.A.I.L. Amendment shows the ways that the judiciary has failed in that responsibility.
 
Remember, it isn't the responsibility of government to "protect the People" but to "protect the rights of the People."  There's a BIG difference. As the Declaration states, "That to secure these rights, governments are instituted..."  If People's rights are not protected, there is no protection!
 
The Right of The People to Alter or Reform Government Trumps Everything Else!  Keep that in mind when reading what the newspapers and the legal fraternity reports about J.A.I.L.
 
-Barbie-
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