From September 1997 issue of Media Bypass - Found at http://www.4bypass.com/stories/line2.html
In 1994, there was the so-called "Republican Revolution." Supposedly, we finally got a bunch of "good" politicians into office to fix things. Fat lot of good that did us. The American people were stabbed in the back by these so called "good" politicians. They gave us more gun-free school zones, after the Supreme Court said that Congress does not have that authority; they gave us a National ID card law; they gave us the biggest seizure of guns in our history through the domestic violence restrictions on owning guns; they gave us lots of "health care crimes" that are punishable by asset forfeiture- by both the doctor and the patient; they gave us several new national databases that will track very personal information on virtually every American; and they gave us the specter of secret trials with secret evidence for "certain" classes of people.
Voting is a time honored practice that allegedly allows the people to direct the course of the government by choosing the leaders and focusing on the issues of importance. The problem is that as a check on the government's runaway growth and abuses, it doesn't work. James Collier wrote the book "VoteScam" to point out the massive voting fraud that is endemic to the American electoral process. Look at the current scandals surrounding the campaign finance issues. Where does the will of the people enter into this process? The answer is that it doesn't.
So, shall we kick the issue of reforming government over to the Courts? What a joke. The courts decide issues as they wish, based not upon law, but upon an ever changing concept called "Public Policy." If they get a tough issue, they say it's a "political question" and refuse to hear it. The right arguments can be made, but are then rejected as being "frivolous" or "irrelevant." Critical issues are rarely decided on the merits; rather, they ride on the crutches of manipulated "precedent."
Let the judges who have sworn an oath of office and posted their bond as required by law come forward. The oath of office provided a contract with the people which in the event of breach, provided the grounds to bring suit. The bond was forfeit if the judge misbehaved. Yet these judges refuse to hold themselves to the law and obey. The Citizen who demands that the judge present a copy of his oath of office and a copy of his bond is ignored. Today, the citizen who tries to bring suit against a judge or prosecutor for misconduct is sidelined by another judge- who is often as or more guilty than the one being sued. The question is asked "Where is the justice?" There is none in this system.
So what are the options that are left? Should people attempt to drop out of the system and ask to simply be left alone? They might end up like the people at Waco who were killed over an alleged tax deficiency- the non-payment of the transfer tax on several weapons. And all of that was simply alleged. There was no court of Law to hear their case, and make a finding of guilt or innocence. They were murdered by a federal government that will not bring the murderers to justice. Some say that the Davidians were murdered as part of an experiment to find out what the American public was willing to tolerate. The Constitution came under serious attack, and the American people cheered as the government tanks smashed the building, pumped in poison gas, and then burned and machine gunned the inhabitants of a separatist religious sect. Don't believe it? Go see the movie "Waco: Rules of Engagement." Watch your government caught in the lie. See the worms wiggle and squirm.
What about Randy Weaver? His was just another family that was trying to withdraw from what they saw as a corrupt society. Randy buried his wife and son. His son, shot in the back by federal marshals, was trying to return to the house. His last words were, "I'm coming daddy." Vicky, his wife, was murdered by an FBI agent named Lon Horiuchi as she stood in the doorway holding an infant child in her arms. Lon, who brags that he can put his shots "on a quarter" at two hundred yards, shot her in the head at a distance of about two hundred yards. Vicky Weaver is long buried, and Lon is still working for the FBI as a "shooter," not seeing anything wrong with what he did.
[Editors note: Lon Horiuchi has just been indicted by the State of Idaho, for the crime of "involuntary manslaughter." Kevin Harris, who was found not guilty by a jury in his federal trial, is being charged with Murder in the First Degree. What does that tell you?]
So, if the People can't vote honest and moral leaders into office, and there isn't any way to get rid of the rotten apples- or to even get damages when they have done wrong, and the government has demonstrated that they will take you out if you try to separate from the society, then what options are left?
It's a hard question with an even harder answer.
Go ahead and educate the public all you want -- the public is so enamored with the 30 second sound byte that they will never pay attention long enough to ever present a threat to the established order. The government, adhering to its global agenda, is rushing ahead full tilt to steamroller our remaining rights. Our own Congress and President declared war on the American People in 1932 (the infamous "Trading With The Enemy Act"), and they have now progressed to the rape, pillage and burn phase of the war. Who is so foolish as to claim that this is not so?
This letter is not a call to anarchy. It is a demand for accountability from the treasonous bastards that are destroying our country. The problem is that the legislators, judges, prosecutors, and other public officials have chosen to sidestep the constitutionally mandated checks on their power by not swearing oaths of office or posting fidelity bonds. They have passed laws giving themselves immunity from suits for their unlawful actions. They have created organizations of jack-booted thugs to intimidate, harass, and sometimes kill anyone who is willing to speak out or show any form of resistance. These scum have set themselves outside the law, and are thus by definition, outlaws. Since they eschew any of the legitimate means of accountability, then it looks like there is only one way to re-instill a respect for the Constitution. We must give the members of government more incentive to support the Constitution limitations on government than they have to violate the Constitution.
That means that a few of them need to be killed. Maybe a lot of them. Perhaps when they see that there is a final solution available to the people, and that they are not untouchable, they might start acting in an accountable manner. Since our public servants have separated themselves from all of the established forms of accountability, it is time to return to Chairman Mao's observation: All political power emanates from the barrel of a gun.
You say: "That's immoral!" I respond that morality is concerned with right and wrong. When an organized group attacks you, your family, or your community, then they have performed what can only be described as an act of war. The response of any moral individual is that you defend yourself and prosecute the war to the fullest extent possible, for the purpose of winning. Preemptive strikes are just part of the rules of the road for this task. Wars are either won or lost, and the Federal Government, along with the various state apparatuses, is at war with the American People. Cliched as it sounds, they drew first blood.
So if they are to be killed, it must be done for cause. Those laboring to bring our nation back to its Republican rule of Law must not kill innocent people in the process. Blowing up innocent children and non-participants is just as much a crime as any that the tyrants have committed. The way to change the government is through the surgically precise excision of the traitorous lumps. The wiser ones will see the writing on the wall, and there will be a spontaneous remission of the treasonous disease.
The only problem that remains is in identifying the enemy. Moral action requires that the right targets be chosen. Focusing on the low level players would not significantly affect the treasonous policies. It is the ruling elite that promulgates the policies, and it is they who must be held accountable. the charge is willful treason, and the sentence is preordained. When the ruling elite realize that they are not immune to accountability for their actions, then changes will come quickly.
The major stumbling block to this plan is that most people don't have the guts to carry out the deed. Or if they do, it's a spur of the moment action with no planning or preparation. This is not the way to do it. Wars are not won by spur of the moment, emotionally ignited actions. They are won by calm, cool planning and sound strategy. It is up to the people as individuals, who can't rely on any group or organization. Too many have been infiltrated by the enemy. Make sure you know what you are doing before you go off half-cocked. There are lots of how-to books on this delicate subject.
Leave no evidence, have no connecting links, and don't flap your lips. The result is no arrests. The ruling elite may call it terrorism, but did they ever have a no-knock raid pulled on their house? Were they ever forced to stand in their own homes, naked or in their underwear while masked federal or state agents tore the house apart- while making crude jokes about their wife and terrorizing their children? Have they ever had to try to rebuild a sense of "home" after the government came in and destroyed any semblance of security that the family had? Did they have their pregnant wife slammed up against the wall, causing her to lose the baby? Did they have to find an answer for their little boy, when he asked if the welfare police were going to come back and beat up daddy?
What is accountability all about? The second amendment ensures that We the People have the means to take down the real terrorists. This is a view most people won't openly discuss, though they may hold it deep in their hearts. To seriously consider the idea is to potentially confront the inescapable conclusion that action, not talk, is required, and that's too much for most.
Finally, let's talk about what happens if you get caught. There are no prisoners in this war: Expect to be crucified. Tried in the press, condemned in the public arena, and then put on "trial" in a court that will not allow anything but a guilty verdict. Dumped in the worst hell of the prison system, fighting for your life and manhood, unable to contact your family or find out anything about them. After years of incarceration, there might be an execution, or you might be found dead in your cell, another unfortunate "suicide." But if you think the downside is too rough, then read about what happened to the signers of the Declaration of Independence. They were uniformly abused, harassed, ruined, and in some cases killed. They saw horrible treatment for themselves and their families. Is the price they paid worth anything?
If you are unable to accept the responsibility of fighting for your freedom while there is still a bit of freedom to move and communicate, then you had better accept the slavery and live with it. There will never be a better time to oppose the tyra.nts than now. As in any war, there will be casualties. It may happen to you, whether you are in the fight or not. Why wait to fall? Why stick your head in the sand and wait for things to get worse? Why not take the fight to the oppressors and at least show them that their plans will be opposed?
Winston Churchill said it best:
"If you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed, if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not so costly, you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance for survival. There may be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no chance of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves."
About the author: 'The Guardian' is the nom de plume of an individual who occasionally sends Media Bypass letters and articles for submission. His work has been published in several magazines under various names. He chooses to remain anonymous (in view of the above letter) for obvious reasons.