Wednesday, October 7, 2009

The Courts v. Sovereign American Citizens; John Charlton Explains the Tyranny

This new article in The Post & Email explains the problem of "standing" faced by Obama (in)eligibility plaintiffs in the courts. In so doing, it also probes the abrogation of the fundamental, Creator endowed, "natural" Rights of Sovereign American Citizens, by the government We employ and entrust to be our devoted servants.
Of Very Recent Precedent, a Self-Abdication by the Courts of their Authority to Enforce the Constitution

by John Charlton

(Oct. 7, 2009) — Standing is a legal concept which has been employed in many suits regarding challenges to Obama’s usurpation of office. For most Americans it is a concept which is obtuse, illogical, and non-sensical; but what most do not know that it is of very recent provenance, originating only in the last 35 some years.
That is how it begins. This is how it concludes.

The logic could not be simpler. The cowardice of the Court could not be clearer.

This is why it is so obvious to the common man or woman, that the Judiciary is shirking its duty.

In between, are key excerpts and the overall explanation of Supreme Court rulings, which have failed Us, the People. This judicial malfeasance of the public trust includes majority opining by our purported "conservative champion," Antonin Scalia. Alas, "shirking its duty," is too gracious a depiction. As the "no standing" rulings of the courts in this eligibility matter signal, the authentic United States of America is, in large part, lost to us.

Carlton couples this article today, with a similarly excellent editorial, "Endemic Corruption and what to do about it." There, the absurdity of extra-constitutional government is further explored.

American government must not be allowed to succeed in empowering itself, to supersede the natural law inherent of the People. Our authentic America must be re-established -- and no one will do that, unless We do it.
Arlen Williams

" secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, -- That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government..."

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