Does Pilot Joseph A. Stack’s Manifesto and Homeland Security Janet Napolitano’s New Concern Over Domestic Terrorism Signal a Brewing Civil War?
I have read Joseph A. Stack’s manifesto, amounting to an indictment specifically against the IRS and the Tax Code, and generally against the tyranny of the U.S. Government. Taking an excerpt from John W. Whitehead, Is Joe Stack’s IRS Attack a Wake Up Call to America?, OpposingViews.com (blog), (opinion by the Rutherford Institute), February 21, 2010:
Stack is representative of a burgeoning class of disaffected Americans who are waking up to the reality that the American governmental system no longer works as it was intended–that is, it no longer works for them. In its place, a government of elites comprised of politicians and unelected bureaucrats has emerged that views the average American as little more than a source of tax funds and labor to keep the massive machinery of government operating. We have shifted from having a government that is “of the people, by the people, for the people” to one that is largely seen as predatory, a “government of wolves.”
REFERENCE: My August 27, 2007 Blog Entry: My Emails to the “FEDs” about my “Citizen’s Arrest Warrant”
This is a follow up to my August 27, 2007 blog entry discussing my common law right to make a citizen’s arrest of federal judges and court clerks for felony extortion of filing fees in violation of my statutory right under the Seamen’s Suit law, 28 U.S.C. § 1916.
February 19, 2010 someone at the U.S. Supreme Court visited my blog entry from August 27, 2007. Why? A question to which the answer I will probably never be revealed to me. Not when the U.S. Marshals Service threatens me with arrest and prosecution in retaliation for exercising my statutory right of citizen’s arrest under DC Code § 23-582, Arrest Without Warrant by Other Persons on charges of Kidnapping (18 U.S.C. § 1201); Hostage Taking (18 U.S.C. § 1203); and Assaulting, Resisting, or Impeding Certain Officers or Employees (18 U.S.C. § 111).
So, I guess federal judges and court clerks are above the law, not having to be held accountable to federal laws and constitutional limitations. Any attorney’s out there who want to take up the cause of justice and freedom?
The “get out of our way” message to Obama, Progressives, and the Progressive Movement appears to be taking hold with the American people. While the Tea Party Convention may very well be a political revolution against the corrupt United States Government I question the possibility of this political revolution escalating into a new civil war depending on the degree of corrupt practices by the U.S. Government interfering with the elections in like manner to The Battle of Athens, Tennessee, August 1-2, 1946. You need only to review my post from April 21, 2009, The Battle of Athens, Tenn. 1946 is the Origin of U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Report on Rightwing Extremist Slamming U.S. Veterans and Second Amendment Advocates! to realize the possibility of this political revolution being forced to escalate into a Call to Arms against the U.S. Government. It is within the realm of human capacity and propensity to resort to violence (i.e., power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely in regard to Progressives in positions of power and the Progressive Movement moving exponentially closer to their goals under the Clover-Piven Strategy on forcing political change through orchestrated crisis. The Clover-Piven Strategy seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse.) See the 38 minute video of Joseph Farah’s speech at the Tea Party Convention.
“Now like a lot of you perhaps I have spent the last year thinking about how to best serve. How can I help our country. How can I make sure that I, that you, that we’re in a position of nobody being able to succeed when they try to tell us to sit down and shut up.”
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION FOR SARAH PALIN’S “SIT DOWN AND SHUT UP” COMMENT WITH MY ANNOTATED FOOTNOTES:
Okay, from 17m;24s to 18m:41s into the CSPAN video that I downloaded to transcribe Sarah Palin’s keynote speech I noticed a politically sensitive omission in Sarah Palins use of a Barry Goldwater quotation. I noticed because I searched Google Books to verify the quotation. The omission is indicated by … .
TRANSCRIPT – SARAH PALIN:
The lesson of the last year is this: Foreign policy can’t be managed through the politics of personality. And our president would do well to take note of an observation John F. Kennedy had made once he was in office: That all the world’s problems aren’t his predecessor’s faults. [Applause] The problems that we face in the real world require real solutions, and we better get to it, because the risks that they pose are great, and they’re grave.
However, as Barry Goldwater said, “We can be conquered by bombs[.]” … “[B]ut we can also be conquered by neglect—by ignoring the Constitution and disregarding the principles of limited government.”[MY FOOTNOTE]
[MY FOOTNOTE]: CC Goldwater, Ed., Barry M. Goldwater: The Conscience of a Conservative, (1960 by Victor Publishing Co., Inc.), Published by Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ (2007), Chapter 2, The Perils of Power, pp. 13-15. The appropriate full quote reads: