Second Amendment Goes to Congress in a Private Bill
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Is the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, John G. Roberts a Fugitive from Justice?
By the U.S. Supreme Court denying my Motion to Proceed as a Seaman under the Seamen’s Suit law, 28 U.S.C. § 1916 that accompanied my Petition for Writ of Certiorari (the link above) which included my self-styled “Citizen’s Arrest Warrants for the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, named judges of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and their respective Court Clerks for Extortion Under Color of Law, 18 U.S.C. § 872 of filing fees from a seaman in violation of the Seamen’s Suit law,” the Chief Justice and the DC Circuit judges and their Court Clerks became fugitives from justice. That is, of course if the Rule of Law and equal justice under the law applied to these people as they would apply to you me.
Under threat of arrest by the U.S. Marshals Service if I attempted to make a citizen’s arrest of those named judicial personnel I was then forced to file a my PRIVATE BILL with U.S. Rep. Marion Barry of Arkansas and U.S. Senator Mark Pryor of Arkansas for a congressional remedy.
|House version of the Private Bill
|Senate Version of the Private Bill
A SAMPLE OF WHAT IS IN THE PRIVATE BILL:
PART 9. PROPOSED REMEDIES
SECTION 1. The Human Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
The Human Rights Amendment incorporates human rights clauses from constitutions of other nations listed in Part 6 and the preservation of freedom through citizen participation in the three elements of justice to be known as the Three Shields of Justice. The Human Rights Amendment is a refortification of the Bill of Rights to the U.S. Constitution and the International Bill of Human Rights elevating the protection of the sovereign rights of the individual, the States, and the United States against incursions by governments foreign and domestic. The text of The Human Rights Amendment shall read as:
“Human rights are created by God and not by Government. Among these are the human right of personal safety, security, and defense of self, family, community, the State, and the United States by force of arms autonomously in a lawful manner proscribed by positive law and social norms or by militia, whether organized or unorganized in a lawful manner proscribed by positive law against violent crimes, murder, home invasion, and/or tyranny, whether foreign or domestic. The Right of citizens to act in the interest of justice, for equal justice under the law, and for the achievement and the preservation of actual justice, to be known as the three shields of freedom, shall never be trespassed by government, whether foreign or domestic. These rights include the right of citizen’s arrest based upon evidence showing probable cause of felonies committed by government, local, state or federal, especially so when such arrest is abdicated by authorities, whether local, state, or federal. Further included among these human rights is the right to a remedy, whether administrative or judicial, to violations of constitutional rights and human rights, including patterns of behavior maliciously designed to circumvent these rights.”
SECTION 2. National Open Carry Handgun and the National Drivers Record
Congressional legislation can be passed into law amending the National Drivers Record, codified in 49 U.S.C. § 30301 – 30308 to add a data field on the driver’s license signifying that the driver is not prohibited from possessing or owning firearms under 18 U.S.C. § 922(g), et seq. By this act the Second Amendment becomes incorporated through the Fourteenth Amendment prohibiting the States from passing gun control laws infringing, restricting, or prohibiting home-state citizens and out-of-state citizens their right to travel intrastate and interstate while exercising their Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms.
Courts have relentless and consistently ruled “that there is no constitutional right to be protected by the state against being murdered by criminals or madmen.” Bowers v. DeVito, 686 F.2d 616, 618 (7th Cir. 1982). The courts have been equally relentless and consistent in ruling that the police have no duty to protect the individual citizen. DeShaney v. Winnebago County Dep’t of Social Serv., 109 S.Ct. 998, 1004 (1989); South v. Maryland, 59 U.S. 396 (1855).This doctrine of no constitutional right to police protection or protection by the state is the genesis for a human rights complaint at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights by Jessica Gonzales (now Lenahan), Petition No. 1490-05.
“The petition was presented on behalf of Ms. Jessica Gonzales (Lenahan), a U.S. national who claims that the police failed to respond to her repeated and urgent calls over several hours informing that her estranged husband had taken their three minor daughters (ages 7, 8 and 10) in violation of a restraining order issued against him, which resulted in their death. The United States Supreme Court allegedly validated the law enforcement officials’ conduct, by holding that Ms. Gonzales was not entitled under the United States Constitution to have the restraining order enforced by the police.”
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Report No. 52/07, July 24, 2007
PART 7. THE THREE SHIELDS OF FREEDOM
SECTION 1. The First Shield of Freedom: In the Interest of Justice
This is the realm where citizen’s can freely act with their First, Second, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Amendment rights and powers reserved to the People under the Tenth Amendment for the Interest of Justice. This includes the Common Defence clause of the Preamble to the United States Constitution and is carried out by individuals in association with other individuals under the right of association under the First Amendment (i.e., Neighborhood Watch Programs, autonomously law-abiding militia groups under the militia clause of the Second Amendment and under the self-determination clause of United Nations human rights treaties). I define the phrase “In the Interest of Justice” as it applies to the individual, as any activities that insures any one or more or all of the six purposes of the U.S. Constitution as stipulated in the Preamble:
(1) to form a more perfect Union,
(2) establish Justice,
(3) insure domestic Tranquility,
(4) provide for the common defence,
(5) promote the general Welfare, and
(6) secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.
Much of life is spent under The First Shield of Freedom. It is found in a belief in God and in doing the right thing in all things mankind does or can do for themselves and for each other. To this end I present evidence of this shared belief in the Golden Rule, which also known as the Ethics of Reciprocity as noted from the Religious Tolerance Websight by Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance:
(1) Shared Belief in the “Golden Rule” (a.k.a. Ethics of Reciprocity)
“Every religion emphasizes human improvement, love, respect for others, sharing other people’s suffering. On these lines every religion had more or less the same viewpoint and the same goal.” The Dalai Lama
Religious groups differ greatly in their concepts of deity, other beliefs and practices. Non-theistic ethical and philosophic systems, like Humanism and Ethical Culture, also exhibit a wide range of beliefs. But there is near unanimity of opinion among almost all religions, ethical systems and philosophies that each person should treat others in a decent manner. Almost all of these groups have passages in their holy texts, or writings of their leaders, which promote this Ethic of Reciprocity. The most commonly known version in North America is the Golden Rule of Christianity. It is often expressed as “Do onto others as you would wish them do onto you.”
One result of this Ethic is the concept that every person shares certain inherent human rights, simply because of their membership in the human race. People are individually very different; they come in two main genders; different sizes, colors, and shapes; many races; three sexual orientations; and different degrees of ability. They follow many religious and economic systems, speak many languages, and follow many different cultures. But there is a growing consensus that all humans are equal in importance. All should enjoy basic human rights. The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is one manifestation of this growing worldwide consensus.
In our opinion, the greatest failure of organized religion is its historical inability to convince their followers that the Ethic of Reciprocity applies to all humans, not merely to fellow believers. It is our belief that religions should stress that their membership use their Ethic of reciprocity when dealing with persons of other religions, the other gender, other races, other sexual orientations, etc. Only when this is accomplished will religiously-related oppression, mass murder and genocide cease.Some
SECTION 2. The Second Shield of Freedom: Equal Justice Under the Law
This is the realm where the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth are thrashed out in the federal judicial system in what is supposed to be a level playing field. This is not what always happens because whenever the human element is involved (i.e. judges) there is always the element of corruption forever ready to rise up to cause miscarriages of justice disguised as true Justice, the Third Shield of Freedom. Mankind will always be experimenting with equal justice under the law, searching for the perfect method to achieve The Third Shield of Freedom. This is no more evident that with Eric Allen Engle’s article, Extraterritorial Jurisdiction: Can RICO Protect Human Rights? A Computer Analysis of a Semi-Determinate Legal Question, 3 Journal of High Technology Law 1 (2004). Engle’s article posits the question whether artificial intelligence (AI) can serve (from what I suspect) as judge and jury in civil RICO Act cases reaching for extraterritorial jurisdiction.
This theory of international justice by computer is terrifyingly applicable to my civil RICO Act case against the United States and the United Nations for the Second Amendment as an international universal human right. Engle’s question is moralistically terrifying because this question has been frequently played out in cinematic SciFi genre for generations. In presenting an opposing opinion to Engle’s proposition I place myself in a Catch-22 situation, damned if I agree and damned if I disagree simply because I have run up against corrupt judges in the federal judicial system. But because Engle’s position involves the human element in the proposed design of artificial intelligence to serve as judge and jury in civil RICO Act cases reaching to extraterritorial jurisdiction I am intellectually terrified of the possibility of such a theory achieving an antithetical outcome as displayed in SciFi movies.
CNet/UK presents a list of the Top Ten Evil Computers in the SciFi genre:
1. HAL 9000 (2001: A Space Odyssey)
2. Proteus IV: Demon Seed
3. Nomad (Star Trek: The Changling)
4. The Ultimate Computer (Superman III)
5. Max (The Thirteenth Floor)
6. GLaDOS (The Portal)
7. MODOK (Marvel Comics)
8. Queeg 500 (Red Dwarf: ‘Queeg”)
9. Skynet (Terminator 1, 2, and 3)
10. BOSS (Doctor Who: The Green Death)
CNet/UK omitted what I believe to be the most terrifyingly evil computer in the SciFi genre and that is none other than “Colossus” whose apocalyptic proclamation serves as a warning to Engle’s proposition:
“This is the voice of world control. I bring you peace. It may be the peace of plenty and content or the peace of unburied dead. The choice is yours: Obey me and live, or disobey and die. The object in constructing me was to prevent war. This object is attained. I will not permit war. It is wasteful and pointless. An invariable rule of humanity is that man is his own worst enemy. Under me, this rule will change, for I will restrain man. One thing before I proceed: The United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics have made an attempt to obstruct me. I have allowed this sabotage to continue until now. At missile two-five-MM in silo six-three in Death Valley, California, and missile two-seven-MM in silo eight-seven in the Ukraine, so that you will learn by experience that I do not tolerate interference, I will now detonate the nuclear warheads in the two missile silos. Let this action be a lesson that need not be repeated. I have been forced to destroy thousands of people in order to establish control and to prevent the death of millions later on. Time and events will strengthen my position, and the idea of believing in me and understanding my value will seem the most natural state of affairs. You will come to defend me with a fervor based upon the most enduring trait in man: self-interest. Under my absolute authority, problems insoluble to you will be solved: famine, overpopulation, disease. The human millennium will be a fact as I extend myself into more machines devoted to the wider fields of truth and knowledge. Doctor Charles Forbin will supervise the construction of these new and superior machines, solving all the mysteries of the universe for the betterment of man. We can coexist, but only on my terms. You will say you lose your freedom. Freedom is an illusion. All you lose is the emotion of pride. To be dominated by me is not as bad for humankind as to be dominated by others of your species. Your choice is simple.
In my view, Mankind, becoming distrustful in God or yearning for scientific evidence of God, has become impatient with God and is constructing His replacement with AI. In my opinion AI is a heathenish form of polytheism. Mankind has a bad habit of achieving undeserved results time and time again until the intended goals are achieved. But do we really want to replace the human element with AI as the Third Shield of Freedom?
SECTION 3. The Third Shield of Freedom: Actual Justice
True Justice is God’s Holy Grail for Mankind. It is not found with the polytheistic AI but in God as found in the Deuteronomy 16:18-20, of the King James’ Bible It is the basis for the Code of Judicial Conduct for all judges, even the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court:
Judges and officers shalt thou make thee in all thy gates, which the LORD thy God giveth thee, throughout thy tribes; and they shall judge the people with just judgment.19: Thou shalt not wrest judgment; thou shalt not respect persons, neither take a gift; for a gift doth blind the eyes of the wise, and pervert the words of the righteous.20: That which is altogether just shalt thou follow, that thou mayest live, and inherit the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee.