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Welcome to the American Spring

First we had a taxpayer funded, Obama driven Arab Spring. Look around you in these united States today and what do you see if not a carbon copy of the Arab Spring right here in the USA? What is all the current madness if not a blatant attempt to normalize and institute a more Marxist form of governance here in these united States?

What are we seeing if not The American Spring?

Like it or not, these united States are at war. We are at war with a Marxist subset of the population that is actively rioting and for whatever reason, winning in their efforts to implement Marxist ideologies within the States, this in direct contradistinction to Article Four, Section Four of the Constitution for these independent but united States of America.

“The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.”

Well the legislature can in fact be convened, but what do we see there? We have Democrat politicians actively calling for the government to be dismantled, and we have persons actively rioting and other politicians giving in to their demands as quickly as they can be made. There will be no end to their demands until their dystopian dictatorial democrat dream becomes a nightmarish reality for all of us.

Frederick Douglass Was an Escaped Slave who became quite prominent and a historical monument to all people of these united States.Oh, but it is just confederate statues which must come down, not the founding fathers. But you gave in so easily to confederate statues, now we must destroy any memorials to the founding fathers who laid the groundwork for you to have this freedom to begin with.

And oh yes, we have to destroy memorials to the 54th Mass, the first black troop of the War Between the States.

Oh yeah, we also have to destroy any memorials to Frederick Douglass. Never mind the fact that he was an escaped slave who still managed to overcome so much and accomplish great things in his life.

Oh yeah, and we also have to ignore or more ideally, destroy vast swathes of world history so everybody will believe it was only black people who were ever enslaved and oppressed.

Oh, and we also have to protest the government by creating a totalitarian government.

Like it or not, believe it or not, want it or not, the war is upon you.

There are factions of the government actively supporting the war. There are factions of government actively supporting this Marxist movement. Granted, by rights and by lawful nature, such a communist community should be allowed at the township level, and perhaps even at the level of the precinct, municipality or even perhaps a city.

The ideas however, that such governments have any legal or lawful right to actively trample our individual liberties or to enforce speech laws and thought crimes is patently absurd and must be contested. This blatant trampling of individual freedoms must be hotly contested.

Why We Need More than Just Police ReformWe Need Police Reform and Political Reform

There should be little doubt that we need police reform.

Qualified immunity?

There is no historical legal precedence for qualified immunity, rather it was created by judicial fiat, wholly apart from the will of the people and lacking any legislative process.

Does this practice of qualified immunity need to end? Absolutely! Is it any cause to defund the police and to allow chaos to erupt, most especially in larger, more densely populated urban centers? Of course not.

If we are going to grant “special rights” (which has no legal precedent or definition in Blacks Law) that are not afforded to the people, or the citizenry (as opposed to persons who do not have rights or duties ascribed to them and who are not part of the citizenry and thus, not counted among “people”) these people receiving special rights need to be held to a higher standard and not granted any type of immunity at all, much less immunity for extrajudicial actions.

It is not very likely that the family of white people wrongly killed by police suffer any less than black families, or that white people would be any less likely to support police reform than black people ... or any other reasonable person would.

This whole matter could easily be settled under USC Title 18 §242 if we would dispose of this mad idea of unlegislated, judicial “qualified immunity”.

Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.

For the purpose of Section 242, acts under "color of law" include acts not only done by federal, state, or local officials within their lawful authority, but also acts done beyond the bounds of that official's lawful authority, if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim.

Why We Need Police and Political Reform NowThe offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, or the death penalty, depending upon the circumstances of the crime, and the resulting injury, if any.”

Is the unjust murder of someone not the ultimate deprivation of rights?

Why is it that every police officer involved in a fatality is not brought forth before an open panel to account for actions taken under “special rights” that are not afforded to the people as a whole?

The idea of political and police reform is not at all in question by anybody who is largely reasonable in nature.

So what is the problem?

Are Partisan Politics and the Duality of the Uniparty System to Blame for the current chaos?

The nature of partisan politics is in large part responsible for the current chaos in these united States of America. People on the left fear a right-footed jackboot while lauding the left-footed jackboot and those on the right see the obverse view.

The government is not our friend. Government is by its very nature, force. “Government is not reason, it is not eloquence,—it is force! Like fire, it is a dangerous servant, and a fearful master; never for a moment should it be left to irresponsible action.”

We need both government and police reform, but the introduction of Marxist systems of government is not only an untenable position, it further stands in direct contradistinction to the Constitution which, despite current efforts by SCOTUS and others to undermine, remains the supreme law of the land.

The only question now is, will the real people of these united States of America finally stand together in unity or will we allow partisan politics to further divide us, further erode our freedoms and ultimately end “The Great American Experiment” once and for all?

Are you ready for the Fat Lady to begin singing “FAREWELL! A LONG FAREWELL TO ALL MY GREATNESS!”? She is warming up as we sit idly by and do nothing. If she is allowed to finish her song, the game will finally be up. What comes up next? Do we really have to ask more than one hundred million who have been killed in past efforts to implement the dystopian dictatorial democrat dreamworld?

References From Black’s Law Fourth Edition

GOVERN. To direct and control the actions or conduct of, either by established laws or by arbitrary will; to direct and control, rule, or regulate, by authority. Tucker v. State, 218 Ind. 614, 35 N.E.2d 270, 291. To be a rule, precedent, law or deciding principle for. Asnon v. Foley, 105 Cal.App. 624, 288 P. 792, 795.

GOVERNMENT. From the Latin gubernaculum.

Signifies the instrument, the helm, whereby the ship to which the state was compared, was guided on its course by the "gubernator" or helmsman, and in that view, the government is but an agency of the state, distinguished as it must be in accurate thought from its scheme and machinery of government. State v. Chase, 175 Minn. 259, 220 N.W. 951, 953.

The system of polity in a state; that form of fundamental rules and principles by which a nation or state is governed, or by which individual members of a body politic are to regulate their social actions; a constitution, either written or unwritten, by which the rights and duties of citizens and public officers are prescribed and defined, as a monarchical government, a republican government, etc. Webster.

An empire, kingdom, state or independent political community; as in the phrase, "Compacts between independent governments."

The sovereign or supreme power in a state or nation.

The machinery by which the sovereign power in a state expresses its will and exercises its functions; or the framework of political institutions, departments, and offices, by means of which the executive, judicial, legislative, and administrative business of the state is carried on.

The whole class or body of office-holders or functionaries considered in the aggregate, upon whom devolves the executive, judicial, legislative, and administrative business of the state. Stokes v. United States, C.C.A.Mo., 264 F. 18, 22.

In a colloquial sense, the United States or its representatives, considered as the prosecutor in a criminal action; as in the phrase, "the government objects to the witness." [Note that this is not an objection of “THE PEOPLE” who are in fact those who are ostensibly at least, the only ones allowed to bring forth the case, save through government intervention]

The regulation, restraint, supervision, or control which is exercised upon the individual members of an organized jural society by those invested with authority; or the act of exercising supreme political power or control. Chicago, B. & Q. R. Co. v. School Dist. No. 1 in Yuma County, 63 Colo. 159, 165 P. 260, 263.

Federal government. The government of the United States of America, as distinguished from the governments of the several states.

Local government. The government or administration of a particular locality; especially, the governmental authority of a municipal corporation, as a city or county, over its local and individual affairs, exercised in virtue of power delegated to it for that purpose by the general government of the state or nation.

Mixed government. A form of government combining some of the features of two or all of the three primary forms, viz., monarchy, aristocracy, and democracy.

Republican government. One in which the powers of sovereignty are vested in the people and are exercised by the people, either directly, or through representatives chosen by the people, to whom those powers are specially delegated. Black, Const. Law (3d Ed.) 309; In re Duncan, 139 U.S. 449, 11 S.Ct. 573, 35 L.Ed. 219; Minor v. Happersett, 21 Wall. 175, 22 L.Ed. 627.

GOVERNMENT ANNUITIES SOCIETIES. Societies formed in England under 3 & 4 Wm. IV. c. 14, 7 & 8 Vict. c. 83, 16 & 17 Vict. c. 45, and 27 & 28 Vict. c. 43, to enable the industrious classes to make provisions for themselves by purchasing, on advantageous terms, a government annuity for life or term of years. Wharton.

GOVERNMENT DE FACTO. A government of fact. A government actually exercising power and control in the state, as opposed to the true and lawful government; a government not established according to the constitution of the state, or not lawfully entitled to recognition or supremacy, but which has nevertheless supplanted or displaced the government de jure. A government deemed unlawful, or deemed wrongful or unjust, which, nevertheless, receives presently habitual obedience from the bulk of the community. Aust. Jur. 324.

There are several degrees of what is called "de facto government."

Such a government, in its highest degree, assumes a character very closely resembling that of a lawful government. This is when the usurping government expels the regular authorities from their customary seats and functions, and establishes itself in their place, and so becomes the actual government of a country. The distinguishing characteristic of such a government is that adherents to it in war against the government de jure do not incur the penalties of treason; and, under certain limitations, obligations assumed by it in behalf of the country or otherwise will, in general, be respected by the government de jure when restored.

Such a government might be more aptly denominated a "government of paramount force," being maintained by active military power against the rightful authority of an established and lawful government; and obeyed in civil matters by private citizens. They are usually administered directly by military authority, but they may be administered, also, by civil authority, supported more or less by military force. Thorington v. Smith, 8 Wall. 8, 9, 19 L.Ed. 361.

GOVERNMENT DE JURE. A government of right; the true and lawful government; a government established according to the constitution of the state, and lawfully entitled to recognition and supremacy and the administration of the state, but which is actually cut off from power or control. A government deemed lawful, or deemed rightful or just, which, nevertheless, has been supplanted or displaced; that is to say, which receives not presently (although it received formerly) habitual obedience from the bulk of the community. Aust. Jur. 324.

GOVERNMENT INSTRUMENTALITY DOCTRINE. The doctrine that government instrumentalities are tax exempt.

The dominion exercised over the estate of deceased fullblood restricted Creek Indian, would not vest in the government a control sufficient to exempt the estate from estate taxes under the "government instrumentality doctrine". Landman v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, C.C.A.10, 123 F.2d 787, 789.

One owning and operating trucks under contract with federal government for transportation of mail held not entitled to have trucks exempted from state motor vehicle registration tax, on ground that trucks were immune from state taxation as agencies and instrumentalities of United States government. Moody v. Louwein, Tex.Civ.App., 300 S. W. 957, 958.

GOVERNMENTAL. Of, pertaining to, or proceeding from government. Generally, what are purely governmental duties of a city can be settled only by the particular facts. City of Waco v. Thompson, Tex.Civ.App., 127 S.W.2d 223, 225.

GOVERNMENTAL ACT. An act in exercise of police power or in exercise of legislative, discretionary, or judicial powers conferred on municipality for benefit of public. Broome v. City of Charlotte, 208 N.C. 729, 182 S.E. 325. Any act a state may lawfully perform or authorize and, as applied to the federal government, it is its every action within its constitutional power. Orme v. Atlas Gas & Oil Co., 217 Minn. 27, 13 N.W.2d 757, 762. A step physically taken by persons capable of exercising the sovereign authority of the foreign nation. Banco de Espana v. Federal Reserve Bank of New York, C.C.A.N.Y., 114 F.2d 438, 444.

GOVERNMENTAL ACTION. Any action of the federal government within its constitutional power. Graves v. People of State of New York ex rel. O'Keefe, N.Y., 306 U.S. 466, 59 S.Ct. 595, 596, 83 L.Ed. 927, 120 A.L.R. 1466; Chapman v. State, 179 Miss. 507, 176 So. 391, 392.

GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITY. A function of government in providing for its own support or in providing services to the public. For example taxation and the collection of taxes, Goble v. Zolot, 144 Neb. 70, 12 N.W.2d 311, 312; maintenance of firehouse property, Haynes v. City of New York, 259 App.Div. 837, 19 N.Y.S.2d 164, 165. Generally when a municipality's activity is for advantage of state as a whole, or is in performance of a duty imposed by sovereign power, activity is "public" and "governmental." Department of Treasury v. City of Evansville, Ind., 223 Ind. 435, 60 N.E.2d 952, 955.

GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY. A subordinate creature of the sovereign created to carry out a governmental function. Frequently, a political subdivision or corporation. Hence a charitable hospital which cared for free patients, sent to it by city, Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn v. Doe, 252 App.Div. 581, 300 N.Y.S. 1111, 1117; city fire department, Ring v. Minneapolis St. Ry. Co., 173 Minn. 265, 217 N.W. 130, 131; county, Jefferson County ex rel. Grauman v. Jefferson County Fiscal Court, 274 Ky. 91, 118 S.W.2d 181, 184; county water district, Laguna Beach County Water Dist. v. Orange County, 30 Cal.App.2d 740, 87 P.2d 46, 48; irrigation district, Outlook Irr. Dist. v. Fels, 176 Wash. 211, 28 P.2d 996, 998; municipal corporation, Town of Falls Church v. Arlington County Board, 166 Va. 192, 184 S.E. 459, 463; Millar v. Town of Wilson, 222 N.C. 340, 23 S.E.2d 42, 44; National Guard, Lind v. Nebraska National Guard, 144 Neb. 122, 12 N.W.2d 652, 656, 150 A.L. R. 1449; poor district, Managers for Relief and Employment of Poor of Germantown Tp. v. Witkin, 329 Pa. 410, 196 A. 837, 840; school district, State ex rel. Klimek v. School Dist. No. 70, Otter Tail County, 204 Minn. 279, 283 N.W. 397, 399; Tennessee Valley Authority, Posey v. Tennessee Valley Authority, C.C.A.Ala., 93 F.2d 726, 727; and every agency which Congress can constitutionally create. Graves v. People of State of New York ex rel. O'Keefe, N.Y., 306 U.S. 466, 59 S.Ct. 595, 597, 83 L.Ed. 927, 120 A.L.R. 1466.

GOVERNMENTAL AGENTS. Those performing duties of a public character for benefit of all citizens of community. The term includes firemen and policemen. Miller v. City of Albany, 158 Misc. 720, 287 N.Y.S. 889, 891.

GOVERNMENTAL BODY. See Governmental Agency.

GOVERNMENTAL CAPACITY. In its "governmental capacity," a municipality acts mainly as an arm of the state for convenient administration of government in incorporated territory, for public good on behalf of the state rather than for itself. Public Service Co. of Oklahoma v. City of Tulsa, 174 Okl. 58, 50 P.2d 166, 168; Oklahoma Natural Gas Corporation v. City of Enid, 179 Okl. 283, 65 P.2d 440, 442.

GOVERNMENTAL CHARACTER. See Governmental Capacity.

GOVERNMENTAL DUTIES. Those duties of a municipality have reference to some part or element of the state's sovereignty granted it to be exercised for the benefit of the public, and all other duties are "proprietary". City of Miami v. Oates, 152 Fla. 21, 10 So.2d 721, 723.

Those duties that the framers of the Constitution intended each member of the union of states would assume in order adequately to function under the form of government guaranteed by the Constitution. First State Bank of Gainesville v. Thomas, D.C.Tex., 38 F.Supp. 849, 851.

GOVERNMENTAL ENTERPRISE. A project or undertaking by the government of a more or less permanent nature, such as a drainage district. Rorick v. United States Sugar Corporation, C.C.A. Fla., 120 F.2d 418, 421.

GOVERNMENTAL EXPENDITURE OR EXPENSE. One made in preserving health, good order, and peace of community (Const. art. 8, § 10). Town of Amherst v. Erie County, 236 App. Div. 58, 258 N.Y.S. 76, 81; keeping and dieting of prisone-s and taking care of jail, Breathitt County v. Cockrell, 250 Ky. 743, 63 S.W.2d 920, 92 A.L. R. 626.

GOVERNMENTAL FACILITY. A building or institution provided by the government to care for a specified need, such as a court house or county jail. Haney .v. Town of Rainelle, 125 W.Va. 397, 25 S.E.2d 207, 211.

GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTION. Duties imposed by state on municipal corporation, which latter must perform at peril. Seafeldt v. Port of Astoria, 141 Or. 418, 16 P.2d 943, 945. Where duty involves general public benefit not in nature of corporate or business undertaking for corporate benefit and interest of municipality, function is "governmental," whether duty be directly imposed or voluntarily assumed. Gebhardt v. Village of La Grange Park, 354 Ill. 234, 188 N.E. 372, 374.

Those conferred upon municipality as local agency of prescribed and limited jurisdiction to be employed in administering the affairs of the state and promoting the public welfare generally. State ex rel. Gebhardt v. City Council of Helena, 102 Mont. 27, 55 P.2d 671, 673, 675.

GOVERNMENTAL IMMUNITY. A doctrine of implied limitation of the power of the federal government to tax a state or any of its instrumentalities, and of power of state to tax federal government or any of its instrumentalities, and is applicable only to taxing relations of federal and state governments, and does not apply to state and municipalities therein. Marson v. City of Philadelphia, 342 Pa. 369, 21 A.2d 228, 229, 230.

See, also, Sovereign Immunity of State from Liability.

GOVERNMENTAL INSTRUMENTALITY. Any agency constitutionally created by Congress. Unemployment Compensation Commission of North Carolina v. Wachovia Bank & Trust Co., 215 N.C. 491, 2 S.E.2d 592, 595, 596; Home Owners' Loan Corporation v. Hardie & Caudle, 171 Tenn. 43, 100 S.W.2d 238, 239, 108 A.L.R. 702; Indian oil lease, Barnsdall Refineries v. Oklahoma Tax Commission, 171 Okl. 140, 41 P.2d 918; liquor control commission, Pacific Fruit & Produce Co. v. Oregon Liquor Control Commission, D.C.Or., 41 F.Supp. 175, 179.

GOVERNMENTAL POWERS. Those pertaining to making and enforcing by a city of police regulations to prevent crime, preserve public health, prevent fires, care for the poor, and educate the young. Huffman v. City of Columbus, Ohio App., 51 N.E.2d 410, 412.

Powers exercised by city as agency of state. State ex rel. Gebhardt v. City Council of Helena, 102 Mont. 27, 55 P.2d 671, 673.

GOVERNMENTAL PURPOSE. One which has for its objective the promotion of the public health, safety, morals, general welfare, security, prosperity and contentment of the inhabitants of a given political division. Green v. Frazier, 44 N.D. 395, 176 N.W. 11, 17.

It has been held that, if an electric plant is used by a city for furnishing light and power for its own use and the use of its inhabitants, it is a "governmental purpose". Chadwick v. City of Crawfordsville, 216 Ind. 399, 24 N.E.2d 937, 941, 129 A.L.R. 469; State v. Lincoln County Power Dist. No. 1, 60 Nev. 401, 111 P.2d 528, 531.

A lot purchased for jail but actually used to store cordwood used in county buildings and to store county road machinery, was prima facie used for "governmental purposes". Security State Bank v. Dent County, 345 Mo. 1050, 137 S.W.2d 960, 964.

Some courts distinguish between public purpose and governmental purpose. Spalding v. United States, D.C.Cal., 17 F. Supp. 957, 961.

GOVERNMENTAL SUBDIVISION. An agency created to carry out a governmental purpose or function. It has been held to include a public corporation authorized to use waters of natural stream for irrigation and for development of electric power, Platte Valley Public Power and Irrigation Dist. v. Lincoln County, 144 Neb. 584, 14 N.W.2d 202, 206, 155 A.L.R. 412; and a housing authority, Lennox v. Housing Authority of City of Omaha, 137 Neb. 582, 290 N.W. 451, 459; but not to include the Mortgage Commission Service Corporation, In re Batter, 257 App.Div. 546, 14 N.Y.S. 2d 42, 44; or a receiver operating for the account of the United States. The Southern Cross, C.C.A. N.Y., 120 F.2d 466, 468.

GOVERNOR. The chief executive official of a state in the United States, State ex rel. Martin v. Heil, 242 Wis. 41, 7 N.W.2d 375, 380; and territories of the United States; and also of the chief magistrate of some colonies, provinces, and dependencies of other nations.

IMMUNITY. Exemption, as from serving in an office, or performing duties which the law generally requires other citizens to perform. Ex parte Levy, 43 Ark. 54, 51 Am.Rep. 550. Freedom from duty or penalty. Leatherwood v. Hill, 10 Ariz. 243, 89 P. 521, 523. The term aptly describes an exemption from taxation. Buchanan v. Knoxville & 0. R. Co., C.C.A.Tenn., 71 F. 324, 334, 18 C.C.A. 122. A particular privilege. Webster, Dict.; Sacramento Orphanage, etc., Home v. Chambers, 25 Cal.App. 536, 144 P. 317, 319.

SPECIAL. Relating to or designating a species, kind, individual, thing, or sort; designed for a particular purpose; confined to a particular purpose, object, person, or class. Unusual, extraordinary. National Cash Register Co. v. Wall, 58 Mont. 60, 190 P. 135; Steele-Smith Dry Goods Co. v. Birmingham Ry., Light & Power Co., 15 Ala. App. 271, 73 So. 215; People ex rel. City of New York v. Deyo, 158 App.Div. 319, 143 N.Y.S. 334, 335; State ex rel. and to use of Vaught v. Atchison, T. & S. F. Ry. Co., 270 Mo. 251, 192 S.W. 990, 995.

As to special "Acceptance," "Administration," "Agent," "Allocatur," "Allowances," "Appearance," "Assessment," "Assumpsit," "Bail," "Bailiff," "Bastard," "Benefit," "Calendar," "Charge," "Constable," "Contract," "Count," "Covenant," "Custom," "Damage," "Demurrer," "Deposit," "Deputy," "Election," "Finding," "Guaranty," "Guardian," "Imparlance," "Indorsement," "Indorsement of Writ," "Injunction," "Insurance," "Issue," "Jury," "Legacy," "Letter of Credit," "License," "Limitation," "Malice," "Master," "Meeting," "Mortgage," "Motion," "Non Est Factum," "Occupant," "Owner," "Partner," "Partnership," "Plea," "Pleader," "Pleading," "Power," "Privilege," "Proceeding," "Property," "Request," "Replication," "Restraint of Trade," "Retainer," "Rule," "Service," "Sessions," "Statute," "Stock," "Tail," "Term," "Terms," "Traverse," "Trust," "Verdict," and "Warranty," see those titles.

SPECIAL ACT. A private statute; an act which operates only upon particular persons or private concerns. 1 Bl.Comm. 86; Unity v. Burrage, 103 U.S. 454, 26 L.Ed. 405.

SPECIAL CASE. In English practice. When a trial at nisi prius appears to the judge to turn on a point of law, the jury may find a general verdict, subject to the opinion of the court above, upon what is termed a "special case" to be made; that is, upon a written statement of all the facts of the case drawn up for the opinion of the court in bane, by the counsel and attorneys on either side, under correction of the judge at nisi prius. The party for whom the general verdict is so given is in such case not entitled to judgment till the court in banc has decided on the special case; and, according to the result of that decision, the verdict is ultimately entered either for him or his adversary. Brown.

SPECIAL CLAIM. In English law. A claim not enumerated in the orders of April 22, 1850, which required the leave of the court of chancery to file it. Such claims are abolished.

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