Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Shows Prejudice Against the Human Right to Armed Self-Defense!
“If You Can’t Open Their Minds, Open Their Heads” will lead to “Push Comes to Shove” but “Violence is Not the Answer” so says Glenn Beck. But what about “Armed Self-Defense” and “The Common Defense” in the “Preamble to the Constitution of the United States?”
Hamrick, pro se v. United States, et al, U.S. District Court for DC, No. 10-857-JDB
Amended Admiralty/RICO Act Complaint filed October 29, 2010
Second Amendment case for U.S. Merchant Seamen pursued since 2002!
Seeking $19 million in damages for the U.S. Coast Guard’s wrongful Final Agency Action denying my application for a National Open Carry Endorsement on my Merchant Mariner’s Document in 2002 and for judicial extortion, corruption, obstructions of justice, and judicial bias against an unrepresented civil plaintiff. I need an attorney qualified in Admiralty/Maritime Law, RICO Act, Civil Rights and Human Rights Law to represent me on a contingency fee basis.
Natational Open Carry
Via antique via est tuta.
(The old way is the safe way.)
“Every truth passes through three stages before it is recognized.
In the first it is ridiculed, in the second it is opposed,
in the third it is regarded as self-evident”
Arthur Schopenhauer (German philosopher, 1788-1860)
My Argument for the Second Amendment as an International Individual Human Right to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
(for Dinah Shelton – United States)
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
Friday, Nov. 12th, U.S. State Department Visited My Maritime Treaty Post 4 times Totaling 1 hour, 10 mins Duration!
Did I surprise the U.S. State Department with my post about a future maritime treaty for arming merchant vessels and their crew (in addition to armed contract security) to defend against pirates on the high seas?
I uploaded that post titled Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Sets the Stage for New Maritime Treaty on the Human Right to Armed Self-Defense Against Piracy on the High Seas, on Wednesday, November 10th at 9:56 PM. The U.S. State Department was logged reading that post on Friday, November 12 at 10:09 A.M., just a day and a half (36 hours) after I uploaded the post?
On Thursday, November 11th at 12:48 A.M. I got an unknown reader from Verizon Internet Services’ ISP in Alexandria, Virginia. That’s just 2 hours, 42 minutes after I posted that article. Coincidence? Or is there a Government cyberbot involved? Later that morning, at 5:13 A.M., another reader from Verizon Internet Services’ ISP was logged reading that same article but this reader was located in Washington, DC.
Those are the facts. Do I dare speculate that the U.S. State Department was alerted to my post? And by who? Read on for more information on the Second Amendment as an international human right for individual armed self-defense.
Marushin COP 357 4-Barrel Deringer-Style Handgun Cameo Appearance on Psych’s Extradition II Episode, Nov. 10, 2010
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Sets the Stage for New Maritime Treaty on the Human Right to Armed Self-Defense Against Piracy on the High Seas
NEWS FOR THE NRA!
International Maritime Organization
4, Albert Embankment
London SE1 7SR (Near Lamberth)
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is a specialized agency of the
United Nations and this is its headquarters building at 4 Albert Embankment SE1,
overlooking the River Thames by Lambeth Bridge. The IMO’s main task has been
to develop and maintain a comprehensive regulatory framework for shipping and
its remit today includes safety, environmental concerns, legal matters, technical
co-operation, maritime security and the efficiency of shipping. The bronze
sculpture at the front of the building depicts the seven metre high, ten-tonne
sculptured bow of a cargo ship with a lone seafarer on the deck, and serves as
an international memorial to the world’s seafarers, past, present and future.
This is the international stage to regain our Second Amendment rights to armed self-defense in the maritime arena. All the elements for the human right to armed self-defense are falling into place. Somali piracy rising to out of control levels has caused the United Nations to throw up their arms in defeat acknowledging that the navies of members states patroling the waters surrounding Somali are ineffective. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s démarche to maritime nations asking for information on their port state laws on the carriage of self-defense weapons for vessels operating in high risk waters sets the foundation for a new maritime treaty for armed merchant vessels and crew to defend against piracy and armed robbery on the high seas. Now is the time to resurrect the Letters of Marque and Reprisal long dormant in the Constitution. We can bring back congressionally sanctioned privateers to deal with these pirates.
Hamrick v. United States, et al, U.S. District Court for DC, No. 1-0-857-JDB, Amended Admiralty/RICO Act Complaint filed October 29, 2010 is my Second Amendment case on this very subject. I have a standing request for the NRA, SAF, GOA, JPFO, and all the other Second Amendment groups and individuals to support my Second Amendment case in anyway they can. I have been pushing this case for 8 years now as an unrepresented civil plaintiff.
If piracy off the Somali coast and beyond is getting so far out of control then it is high time to restore Second Amendment rights of U.S. merchant seamen; resurrect the Letters of Marque and Reprisal; thereby resurrecting the congressionally sanctioned privateers. But that takes a new maritime treaty.
9 November 2010 – The growing problem of piracy off the Somali coast demands more than just military efforts, the United Nations political chief told the Security Council today, calling for simultaneous action on three fronts – deterrence, security and the rule of law, and development – to combat the scourge.
“Piracy is a menace that is outpacing efforts by the international community to stem it,” B. Lynn Pascoe, Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, told the 15-member body, adding that the numbers are “appalling.”
According to figures by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), over 438 seafarers and passengers and 20 ships are held by pirates as of 4 November – an increase of almost 100 kidnapped victims in less than a month.
This is Why the NRA/SAF/GOA/JPFO et al Should Support My Second Amendment Case for National Open Carry!
CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTION: When there are no federal laws or regulations on a particular constitutional subject matter should Congress and the Federal Agencies of the United States Government look to the Constitution for guidance or use their own discretion in isolation to the Constitution?
FOR THE ANSWER: