J.A.I.L. News Journal
Los Angeles, California January 11, 2007
The Inherent Right of ALL People to Alter or Reform Government.
The Right Upon Which All Other Rights Depend
What Did the "Show-Election"
in South Dakota REALLY Show?
It showed that we are being run by a Foreign Power!
We won't be reformed!
We don't care what the South Dakota Constitution says.
We don't care what South Dakota statute says.
We don't care what the Declaration of Independence says.
We don't care what the U.S. Constitution says.
There's no need for judicial reform in South Dakota.
We like it just the way it is, and it'll stay that way.
And we'll hold a Show-Election to prove it!
That is the message the State of South Dakota has put out to its People and to the world-- it will NOT be reformed! As John Locke said in his second treatise "Of the Dissolution of Government," To tell people they may provide for themselves, by erecting a new legislative, when by oppression, artifice, or being delivered over to a foreign power... we must ask ourselves, "Have we been delivered over to a foreign power?"
What is a "foreign power"? The Founding Authority for our country establishes the origin of legitimate power for government as "...governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,..." (Declaration of Independence 1776).
Those powers are specified in the 1787 Constitution, written on behalf of "We the people of the United States..." (i.e., the governed), which Constitution establishes that it is the Supreme Law of the Land (Article VI, ¶2) stating in part, "...and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, any thing in the Constitution or laws of any state to the contrary notwithstanding." The State of South Dakota acknowledges this fact in its own State Constitution, to wit: "... And the state of South Dakota is an inseparable part of the American Union and the Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the land." South Dakota cannot stand as an isolated island, independent of the other 49 states. All other states have an interest in what happens in South Dakota.
What if the power in South Dakota, purporting to be "the state of South Dakota," disregards the Supreme Law of the Land, and proceeds against the governed as it did with the Show-Election in November? See "Show-Election" in South Dakota 2006. ( First, an apology for a mistake I made in that JNJ, second paragraph from
the end, where I erroneously stated: There is not an ounce of credibility in the reported outcome of 89% in favor of the Amendment, and 11% against it. You can see the obvious mistake- I had it reversed! It should have been "89% against the Amendment, and 11% in favor of it.")
You can refer to all the evidence cited in that JNJ, documenting the exploits of that rogue power in South Dakota, making it unnecessary to repeat it here. If the powers they exercised were NOT "from the consent of the governed," were those powers "just"? And if those powers were NOT just, are they legitimate government powers? The evidence shown for the "Show Election" points to the fact that it was not based on the "consent of the governed" i.e., the voters, nor could it be since they were not provided a copy of the text of Amendment E nor the pro and con arguments to read and study before voting, which is a violation of the South Dakota Constitution as we stated in the above-referenced JNJ.
The show-election in South Dakota has taught us what the real power-conglomerate is made up of that is running the "show" in that state-- and they have shown themselves to be a foreign power, disregarding the law of the state and the nation. It is not only the entire South Dakota "government" (state, county and local), but also the corporate/industrial complexes extending beyond South Dakota borders (e.g., Exxon, Mobil, Wal-Mart, insurance industry headquartered in D.C., banking, real estate, utilities, -- and many more, just follow the money). It is not only what poses as "government," but the entire commercial enterprise that does not want judicial accountability to the People. They are quite satisfied with the usurpation of power that has taken over the People, and you can see from the South Dakota fiasco what they'll do to defend it.
This entire power-conglomerate has risen up in "defense" of the judiciary against the People, and the front line of this judicial defense is the judicial sentry, commonly known as the bar associations, i.e., lawyers. They are all standing guard, surrounding their "Golden Calf" that wears black robes, pounds a gavel, and sits on high above all laws with total immunity. As many of you have heard, the judicial sentry from South Dakota is beginning to march to other states, such as Florida and Georgia, to continue using their propaganda machine-guns against the People, shooting out lies about J.A.I.L. to hornswoggle the People into believing the Lie. If the People want to know the truth, they will read the J.A.I.L. Amendment and see for themselves what it presents.
Corruption poses a serious development challenge. In the political realm, it undermines democracy and good governance by flouting or even subverting formal processes. Corruption in elections and in legislative bodies reduces accountability and distorts representation in policymaking; corruption in the judiciary compromises the rule of law; and corruption in public administration results in the unfair provision of services. More generally, corruption erodes the institutional capacity of government as procedures are disregarded, resources are siphoned off, and public offices are bought and sold. At the same time, corruption undermines the legitimacy of government and such democratic values as trust and tolerance.
What happens when the constitutional remedy to reform government by the People is blocked by the very government sought to be reformed?
Based on what we have learned above, the answer rests on the fact that we're dealing with a FOREIGN POWER. That foreign power is not bound by either the United States nor the South Dakota Constitution. There is no "constitutional remedy to reform government" under that power. So the question might be rephrased: What happens when a foreign power that has taken over control in this country prevents the People from exercising their inherent rights?
J.A.I.L. on the ballot in South Dakota
has brought this question to light!
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