Tuesday, August 30, 2011
What can you say to such . . . ?
Live well . . .
Friday, August 26, 2011
If she was bearing down on Biloxi, Mobile, or Pensacola, then there might be a mention on the news channels and some decent coverage on The Weather Channel (where every weather "event" beyond a summer thundershower is cause for panic). But now that Irene is headed for the northeastern corridor it is a potential national disaster in the making. Is there anywhere up there that hasn't been evacuated already (before the first raindrop has fallen)? I suppose that tells you a lot about how the mainstream media see the north versus the South. One place important, the other not so much.
One thing I never want to hear again is smug Yankees laughing at Southerners trying to deal with a snowstorm. Natural disasters cut both ways, bitches . . .
Live well . . .
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Buy gold and silver . . . and take physical delivery.
I suggest contacting Franklin Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org. He is trustworthy and has been in the business for many years.
Oh, this weekend offers many opportunities for someone to make that "bad policy decision."
Live well . . .
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
A spokesman from DHS said: "The very fact that this natural disaster would choose to strike at the very heart of America, from the Pentagon to Wall Street, shows its intent to disrupt the business of America, which as we all know is as necessary as the air we breathe if the earth is to be kept spinning properly on its axis. This act of domestic terror will not succeed, despite all the shaking. Rather, it will cause the American people, once they're clearer to return to their workplaces, to stand firmly together. We recommend that all Americans get out immediately and show their patriotism by buying something on a credit card or by opening a checking account at Bank of America."
We also learned that Congress is contemplating an updated version of the USA Patriot Act that would outlaw unauthorized geological events and those who summon them through what a spokesman called "imprecatory prayer." (Yes, go ahead and blame it on "the Christians.")
On a related note, Hurricane Irene is headed north toward the mouth of the Potomac and likely will make landfall before the weekend.
An admission that Bank of America (which has the most deposits of any US bank) is indeed insolvent would be a very big and severe event.
Live well . . .
Monday, August 22, 2011
We, my friends, have been duped. And we will continue to be duped as long as these criminals and their cronies in the DC political arena are free to continue doing "business as usual." When will justice be done? And who will make sure it's done in a timely manner?
If real justice is not meted out to these criminals, then perhaps there will be a revolution in America. And I'm talking about one where the old, corrupt order is completely destroyed and replaced by one based truly on the consent of the governed. That's how our Founders intended this polity to work.
But from a personal standpoint, I'd perfer that the States simply secede and leave DC, Wall Street, and their sorry allies with no one to abuse but themselves. It can be done if we can only summon the will. We surely have the ways and means.
Live well . . .
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Saturday, August 20, 2011
I may be wrong but I won't be wrong always . . .
Live well . . .
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Today, the Fed opened up a $200 billion dollar swap line to the National Bank of Switzerland, a sure sign that the European liquidity crisis will be the hinge on which a new quantitative easing policy turns. Tomorrow (19 August), the markets will crash further and there will be threats of major Euro-banks going under. Gold will skyrocket. This will be all the cover Bernanke and the Fed need to ride to the rescue with some form of QE 3. It will be a massive worldwide effort (again).
All of this is a manufactured crisis, designed by the Fed and their corrupt bankster buddies. It will permit them to keep in place the inflationary policy that 1) continues the confiscation of assets worldwide by the banksters and 2) sets the stage for an ultimate hyper-inflationary event that will destroy sovereign nations and long-standing political systems.
Can the criminals stage manage such a big show? Can they keep the QE bus between the ditches? Stay tuned for the show. May God have mercy on us all. Live well . . .
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
When our Founders broke the bonds of political association with the British Empire in 1776, the former colonies became free and independent States constituting thirteen separate communities, each asserting its sovereignty. This state of affairs received confirmation by both the Articles of Confederation (1778) and the subsequent Treaty of Paris (1783). Thus Americans themselves, as well as their former British overlords, acknowledged that each State was a separate and sovereign entity.
The sovereignty of the several separate States is crucial to a proper understanding of the process by which these United States gave their consent to a Constitution in 1787-88. When delegates from the States met in Philadelphia in May 1787, they came as representatives selected, directly or indirectly, by the citizens of their respective States. These delegates were not given authority by the people of their States to make any binding agreements; rather, they were only to discuss proposed changes to the Articles of Confederation. Any changes to the Articles might become effective only if they were ratified in convention by the citizens of the separate States.
The result of the Philadelphia Convention of 1787 was, of course, the drafting and ultimate ratification of the U.S. Constitution. However, that document did not become binding until nine of the original thirteen States had ratified it for themselves. That happened in 1788, and thus the nine signatory States entered into a compact or contract with each other. By doing so, they created a political union for their mutual benefit and security. The four States that initially remained outside this voluntary union for a time were not bound by the compact until they later signed on to it.
It is important to note that no State (or States) could answer for another State. Each State acceded to the compact by its own sovereign will. Moreover, all of them understood that they might secede from the compact by the same means by which they had acceded to it in the first place—a convention of their citizens or their representatives in assembly—if they perceived it in their best interests.
Under the 9th and 10th amendments to the compact (part of the 1791 Bill of Rights), the States were further recognized as the repositories of ultimate political sovereignty. All powers which they had not expressly delegated to the general government were retained by the States themselves, including the rights of nullification, interposition, and secession. The power to force a State or States to remain in the voluntary union against their will was nowhere to be found in the powers delegated to the general government or any of its agencies.
Without States Rights, which have been trampled upon since the military defeat of the Confederacy in 1865, we have no rights at all. To be exact, we have no remedy against an encroaching tyranny on either a national or global scale. Until recently, only in the South were States Rights given consideration as an antidote, however quaint and anachronistic, to the growth of illicit power in Washington, DC. In the past year or so, the call for States Rights and State Sovereignty has resounded from Vermont to California. Perhaps the South was right after all?
The legitimate assertion of States Rights is nothing more than the people of the separate States exercising their inalienable rights to change their form of government whenever it ceases to fulfill the purposes for which it was created. In our system, of course, government’s role was to protect our God-given rights to life, liberty, and property.
Those who oppose States Rights today often defend their position out of 1) ignorance or 2) self interest. The former simply does not understand the American founding principles; the latter profit in some way or another from the current centralization of political power in DC. One is a fool, the other a knave. No matter, for they are both liberty’s enemies. Those of us in The League of the South who support States Rights and it natural outworking of nullification, interposition, and secession know that absent this bedrock principle we cannot survive as a free and prosperous people. If others outside the South wish to abandon States Rights, we wish them well in their servitude. As for us, we understand that this hallowed principle, though long languishing, is the key to preserving those blessed gifts God chose to bequeath us through the exertions of previous generations of Southerners. As we Alabamians are fond of saying: “Audemus jura nostra defendere.”
We hear much talk today about dissenters against the U.S. government being labeled "domestic terrorists." That's just another way of saying "rebels." But for the U.S. government to call dissenters by these names is to turn reality upside down. What do I mean, you may ask?
According to the Law of Pre-emptory Accusation, whatever traits the accuser attributes to the accused, you can be sure fits the former and not the latter. Simply put, if the accuser calls you a liar, he is really the liar. If he calls you a hater, he is the real hater. And so forth . . . (reminds me of the Southern Poverty Law Center, one of DC's watchdogs).
My contention here is simple: the U.S. government, since it quit abiding by the Constitution, has been in rebellion against us, the people. If some action is unconstitutional it is, by its very nature, unlawful. And what is unlawful is, ipso facto, criminal. Hence my reason for calling the U.S. government an Organized Criminal Enterprise, Gangster Government, etc., every chance I get.
We, as dissenters against criminal government, are not domestic terrorists or rebels striving unlawfully to bring down a legitimate government; instead, we are true patriots seeking to rein in an overbearing and rebellious government that threatens our lives, liberty, and prosperity. There are several ways of protecting ourselves. For over fifteen years now, the League of the South’s preferred method is secession by the States. It is a time-honored and Constitutional remedy (no matter how loudly the Establishment may deny it). We would be foolish to discard it as an historical anachronism.
We have a perfectly legal and moral means of protecting ourselves. Thus, we have the moral high ground, regardless of what the U.S. government or its lap-dog media and watchdog groups might say.
Live well . . .
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Here is a link to my speech given at the League's national conference in Abbeville, SC, in late July:
Live well . . .