Thursday, February 22, 2018

Raise your kids to be republicans

I'm a republican. Notice the lower case "r." I've been known to vote for people who have an R after their names, as well as a D. In fact, in an election here in Lockhart, I voted almost all D. I knew the candidates, and the most qualified had a D on the ballot. The D people understood "republican form of government" and the R people mocked it; I voted accordingly.

In light of the "shooting" in Florida, and I put that in quotations because solid evidence is pointing to this being a very sloppily written and directed, ideologically-driven and politically-motivated high school play (apologies to real high school drama classes), here is one of my Notes from 2015. The original context was a video of some teens destroying property and terrorizing a teacher in a classroom -- misbehaving in horrid ways that makes you say, "Does your Daddy know how you act in public?" and makes you wish that The Woodshed was still a fixture of American homes.

Wisdom from 166 years ago~~

"For the strength of a nation, especially of a republican nation, is in the intelligent and well-ordered homes of the people. And in proportion as the discipline of families is relaxed, will the happy organization of communities be affected, and national character become vagrant, turbulent, or ripe for revolution." ~~ Lydia Sigourney, Letters to Young Women on Education, 1852
This was written two years before the founding of the
Republican Party in 1854 (this is from memory; if it is wrong, sorry). So what "republican nation" was Mrs. Sigourney referring to? Art. IV, Sec. 4 of the USCON: "republican form of government" (RFOG) as established by the Declaration of Independence.

What is the RFOG? The principle that rights do not come from government, but from God, and are secured by man's government. The principle that SELF-GOVERNMENT is the first and most important form of government, and without that, without self-control, no law will suffice for your happiness. If you will not control yourself from within, you will be controlled externally, not only for your own happiness, but for the sake of society.

Here's another quote that has hung on my wall ever since 1989 and the 200th anniversary of the USCON. It is attributed to James Madison, the "Father of the Constitution":

"We have staked the whole future of American civilization, not upon the power of government, far from it. We have staked the future of all political institutions upon the capacity of mankind for self-government, upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves, to sustain ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of God."

A democracy is not a republic. This nation was founded as a republic. "And to the republic for which it stands." A democracy is a satanic form of government in which everyone does what is right in his own eyes, without a thought as to what God's law says. Want an abortion? Okay. Want to be promiscuous? Okay. Want to plunder the public treasury to redistribute the wealth for an endless list of wants? Okay. Want to act like clowns in your FREE classroom and be illiterate so you can be manipulated to vote for more FREE stuff as an 18 year old child? Okay.

When liberals cowered to that useful idiot atheist O'Hare and took down the Ten Commandments, they were committing an act of sedition, political and theological. It was not only a change of government but a changing of the gods. So, how is satanism working for ya? Yes, I know it's called secular humanism, but the guiding principles are the same as the satanic bible: "Do as thou wilt."

If the good Lord had given me the gift of drawing instead of astounding good looks (that's a joke, guys), I would draw a picture of God outside the school building, maybe close to the campus police car, or next to the silly "Drug Free Zone" sign, or close to the reminder that students on neuroleptic medication should leave their guns at home, MISS ME YET??

Monday, January 1, 2018

The Routing of Amalek

The ancient tribe of Amalek, descended from Esau, has been the mortal enemy of good people for centuries. These marauders were hallmarked by their stealth, cowardly, and vicious attacks against the weakest among its targets. The spirit of Amalek still dwells in the world, but since 2014, an unprecedented routing is happening.

We have seen a pattern:

Planned Parenthood was finally exposed for selling organs from living children, although that abominable practice has been going on since 1973. Abortion clinics have closed at a record pace as state legislatures have taken a stand for the rights of the unborn. 

The vaccine industry took some deserved blows with the success of the movie VAXXED. The abortion industry and the vaccine industry are partners in crime, as a growing list of vaccines contain fetal tissue from electively aborted babies.  With the abatement of both industries, the spiritual ramifications (read: judgment) of cannibalism and shedding of innocent blood are lifted, with the result being productivity and abundance, q.v., Deuteronomy 28. 

On Dec. 21, President Trump signed what will prove to be even greater than the Emancipation Proclamation, Executive Order 13818, “I therefore determine that serious human rights abuse and corruption around the world constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States, and I hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat.” If 1861-1865 resulted in thousands of Blacks being set free, how many more children will be rescued in 2017-2020? Truly, we live in glorious times.

Women have always been a favorite mark of Amalek, and 2017 saw the Hollywood casting couch exposed, this time with names. Weinstein had better get used to the taste of Oscar Meyer, as unemployment is now his lot.

What is in store for 2018? Some are saying this is the year of Justice. An interesting story comes out of New Guinea about a little girl who was rescued just before she was about to be ritually sacrificed by a satanic cult. Her name? Justice. I think there is a message here, if we have ears to hear. "The victim, nicknamed Justice, is now recovering well from her injuries..."

America is healing from injuries done by decades of Amalekite pretenders and abusers. The economy is booming, ISIS is defeated, the fifth column of fake-news media has been crushed. The chokehold of an onerous tax burden was somewhat lifted, and as soon as closet Marxist CongressCritters are replaced with real statesmen who actually understand what 'the republican form of government' truly means, the repeal of the 16th Amendment will be a reality. Soon those 9,000-plus sealed indictments will be served. FEMA camps may finally be opened for business with the Hamans (see the story of Esther, Mordecai, and Haman in the Book of Esther) who intended them for patriotic Americans. Does the painting of "I killed the bank" Andrew Jackson displayed prominently in the Oval Office portend of a mortal blow to the federal reserve central banking cabal and its usurious practices?

If you notice, there has been a progression of deliverance from the most innocent and helpless, from the unborn to older children and women. Based on these last three years, I strongly believe that 2018 will be the Year of the Elderly. Just watch: the headlines this coming year will be the horrific abuse of elders by nursing homes. There may be other things that happen to rescue the elderly (banning of flu shot? we can only hope), or somehow better living conditions brought about by a more vigorous economy, but by this time next year, seniors will be much better off as the powers of Amalek continue to be crushed.

Men will be last to be rescued, and this may happen concurrently with the death of the federal reserve note and the fake monetary system. Men are the breadwinners, the providers, who earn the paycheck to support their families. When “the fruit of their labor” is stolen by unjust taxation or the hidden tax known as inflation, a man’s life is shortened with the stress, high cortisol, and catabolic physical processes that come with having too much month left at the end of the paycheck. Men also comprise the largest slave labor force known in these times, the prison system. Prohibition of cannabis has created victimless crimes for which bonds are created, prisoners warehoused, and used as forced labor for corporate America. This will be ending, soon enough. Take heed, ye corrupt judges and DA’s and corporate taskmaster private prisons like GEO, Wackenhut, and Corrections Corporation of America (now newly branded as CoreCivic, but a rose by any other name); your time is at hand.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Why Good Grammar in Law Really Doesn’t Matter

Besides baking (Once Upon a Time Bakery) and teaching literacy (Qara Academy) and being an ND (Granny Good-Food), I love to study law (Granny Good-Law). Today I will wear that hat.

My son recently got arrested in Austin at the Tech9 concert at Emo's Music Venue. The facts of the arrest aside (which have merited an entirely different letter to Attorney General Ken Paxton), you need to see something in the paperwork that should make you afraid, very afraid, for the future of liberty.

"I Promise [sic] to make my personal appearance at the designated court indicated above for the listed charge(s). I ackonwledge [sic] that failure to apper [sic] will result in a warrant being issued for my arrest."

Once I wrote a check and made an error, so I scratched it out. The bank clerk would not accept my check without me initialing my error. How does the City of Austin make errors on a document of far more importance, one that deprives a man of his God-given right to liberty, and then just scratch it out in no less than TWO places? (4/27/00 and Total Days Credit) An Austin policeman has said my son was drunk. After looking at this shoddy, erroneous, illegible and illegal paperwork, I can’t help but wonder what these police clerks were drinking. 

If the City of Austin Police Dept. is not concerned about rules of grammar, might they not care about the jot and tittles of law? As it turns out, that is the case, indeed. The justice system has been bastardized into big business, much like what Big Pharma has done to medicine; what Big Ag has done to farming; and what Big Ed has done to the independent, intelligent mind. Big Justice does not exist for keeping the peace and protecting the public and securing restitution for victims; as journalist-political consultant Scott Henson ("Grits for Breakfast") says, "You may beat the rap, but you won't beat the ride."

Scott nailed it. Every ride generates income and job security for cops, judges, prosecutors, lawyers, the infrastructure of janitors, cooks, and clerks -- but beyond that, the system is so much more corrupt than you can imagine, as you will see.

Two Important Lessons

How do we begin to understand the problem? By studying the nature of wealth. First lesson: There Is No Money. Federal Reserve Notes are not money; they are debt notes. The only wealth is the Human Soul. The Human Soul resides in the Human Body and is kept alive with Human Blood. “The life is in the blood,” we were told (Leviticus 17:11) so many years ago, and it’s still true today.

Second lesson: There is no government, no Body Politick, no We the People. There are only corporations. Your city, county, school district, state, and federal government (Act of 1871) are corporations. You can find their Dun and Bradstreet numbers. But corporations are fiction, and exist on paper only. Corporations must, therefore, secure life from somewhere. You, your flesh and blood, fund corporations. The 13th Amendment legally made prisons the new plantation and corporations are the new massah. Man will always make “legal” whatever abomination his collective counsels vote upon. Bastiat, the 19th century French economist, taught us that man only has two choices for providing his needs: work with his own efforts, or steal from others, “legal plunder.”   

As a prisoner, your sweat is used for corporate slave labor by such as Dell, Victoria’s Secret, even Whole Foods. Prison labor is the backbone of the economy and essential to corporate profits, and surely is not one reason unemployment is high. Surely. In Lockhart, Texas, where I live, the Economic Development Corporation boasts of the local prison having “500 male and 500 female inmates ready to help with your business,” flaming the fire of 3.9 per cent unemployment rate for people of Caldwell County. Apparently, it’s not the wetbacks taking our jobs; it’s prisoners.

Sweat Is Blood

The labor, i.e., sweat, taken from incarcerated slaves comes from blood. Unlawful use of a man’s labor leads to chronic stress and higher cortisol levels, which leads to catabolism of muscle and physical weakness; higher glucose levels which can bring on diabetes; and higher blood pressure – and early death. Unlawful slavery puts bloodguilt on all who touch the system: something for cops, judges, and prison guards – and owners of stocks and bonds – to weigh on their conscience. I can’t help but think that some people’s health issues have a spiritual connection to what they do for a paycheck or where they invest their money.  

It is perhaps not coincidence that “stocks and bonds” originally referred to stocks that prisoners would be confined in so that people could throw rotten tomatoes at them. A “stockade” can be a reference to a prison. Bonds are restraints like shackles or handcuffs.

Today, “stocks and bonds” refer to financial investments but is still reflective of the original meanings. One of the most lucrative stocks is private prisons. Today’s (June 12) stock value of Corrections Corporation of America is NYSE / CXW $31.07 – 0.55. But there is a problem with this investment. There are just not enough robberies, murders, and social mayhem to fill the private prisons, so what's a Revenue Enhancer, I mean, cop, to do? Arrest, arrest, arrest. And the courts? Fine, fine, fine.  

Profitability of the Warrantless Arrest

The warrantless arrest was greatly feared by our legal-minded forbears as having the most potential for abuse; today, it is the sweet spot of Big Justice. Cops have become the judge, jury, and executioner on the street. In the days of old, a warrantless arrest would land you in front of a magistrate so that rogue or vindictive officers were held in check. No more. You will be given a “citation” which you can fight some weeks later, when the court’s agent takes the stand in his costume and swears that you were guilty.

Everyone is fair game for these profitable, warrantless arrests, even children. Texas is infamous for its “School to Prison Pipeline.” I’ve seen it for myself while doing court watching (it’s what Grammas who are righteously indignant about corruption do in their spare time). It was in Gonzales, Texas, and I saw child after child come up and get whacked with heavy fines, and one could tell that these were not 90210 socio-economic kinds of kids. The fines would probably go unpaid, meaning another court date, and possibly incarceration for their guardians. Statewide, there were 59,054 non-traffic Class C misdemeanor cases filed against juveniles in 2015-16, but the previous four years only saw 41,304 tickets and complaints. This includes children as young as 10-12 years old, for behavior like spraying perfume on oneself in the classroom, offenses that would formerly earn a trip to the Principal’s Office.

How many people on a given Saturday night are arrested with a PI, held (read: unlawfully kidnapped), then given this piece of paper in lieu of seeing a magistrate, in violation of Texas law? My guess, hundreds. How many are denied due process? All of them. How much revenue does this bring to the City of Austin when police disregard the law, not being slowed down by treating each arrestee lawfully? My guess is, millions.  

Misprisions of the Clerk

Now, for the top of the same paper. Here we have my son’s name – misspelled. His address is wrong. So much for attention to detail, precision, and caution when it comes to taking someone’s liberty. We’ll have fun with the PI charge in a moment, but the most glaring trespass of justice is the 0 after Citation #. This is a lie! They can call it a “Class C Misdemeanor Release to Appear,” but it’s a citation! They must lie in order to flaunt the law. The words “YOU MUST APPEAR” is a summons, and that makes this document a citation.

Why do they not want to call it a citation? Because according to Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Art. 14.06(b), someone who has been arrested on the charge of PI is not eligible for a citation, and must be taken to a magistrate. So it can’t be called a Citation because that would mean the City of Austin Police Dept. is committing a crime!

The charge is “PI.” What is that? Possibly, it refers to Public Intoxication. But possibly, it could mean “Pending Investigation” or any number of other meanings:

  • 3.14159
  • Private Investigator
  • Pray Intrepidly
  • Piss Intelligently
  • Pakistani Immigrant
  • Police Ignorance
  • Pessary Implant
  • Porno Infections
  • Prosecutor Incontinence
  • Poop Intently
  • Pseudo Imagination
Chapter 49 of Title 10 of the Texas Penal Code, covers every possible aspect of public intoxication. There are 3,666 words in this Chapter, with twelve subsections and 102 possible violations. Which of those 102 violations does the City of Austin make a charge against him for?   

The City of Austin’s police took the time to deprive Jared of his liberty; legally they owed him due process. That due process includes naming the exact charge and allowing him to see a magistrate, not just flippantly and carelessly running another one through the system.

If they are too lazy, or rushed, or incompetent to do the right thing, is that not a far greater crime than someone who has had a beer at a bar? My son did not create a victim, either by harming himself or others or property. It is the City of Austin Police Dept. that is creating the victim when they falsely imprison and deprive people of liberty and employ clerks who cannot do simple paperwork.


Good grammar is irrelevant when the goal is plundering the people for revenue. If the City of Austin Police Dept. desires to arrest people for breaking the law, they are morally obligated to obey the law themselves.