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Our Lives, Our Fortunes, and Our Sacred Honor

May 17, 2011
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What happened to our government and Courts?

 

 

By: Ray Blumhorst

President NCFM Los Angeles

According to the United States Declaration of Independence, it’s not only the right, but the duty, of every citizen “to throw off government,” that’s proven itself corrupt – beyond anyone’s doubt.

“Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.” by: The Founding Fathers, July, 1776,  http://tinyurl.com/5yr32

Like the Duke lacrosse players in that now infamous scandal, men across America routinely find themselves being persecuted in gender feminized courtrooms, that wield corrupt, Nifongesque prosecutions.

Such is allegedly the case today in a courtroom in Maine where a man is being prosecuted on rape charges with “no credible evidence” of an actual rape (similar to that now infamous Duke lacrosse case).  http://tinyurl.com/3hkdvqo

Recently, I’ve seen a lot of comments on men’s activism blogs about that alleged prosecutorial misconduct in Maine.   People at:  A Voice for Men, The Spearhead, Stand Your Ground, National Coalition for Men and elsewhere, are furious over what they see as the tip of the iceberg of malicious prosecutions of innocent males all across America, and indeed, the westernized world.  I’ve even seen a link in a post at a AVfM, quoting that powerful scene from “Broadcast News,” where the Howard Beal character stood up and said, “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore.”

I question the commitment of many of those men (and women), who speak so loudly on blogs, but say less in other public settings.  Is their dedication today as strong as the commitment of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, who in 1776 pledged, “Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor” to the cause of justice and liberty?   I won’t be too surprised if I am eventually proven wrong about Men’s Rights Movement commitment, given the vehemence of many of those activists.

While I may have some doubts about the dedication of good men (and women) today to resist evil, I’m certainly not doubtful of the corruption that exists in America’s courts, and the dedication of the “legal” system infrastructure to deeper entrench that tyranny.

“In Pottawattamie County v. McGhee (2010), the Justice Department urged the Court to protect prosecutors from lawsuits even in cases where they have manufactured evidence that helped to convict an innocent person.”  Leviathan’s Lawyers

by: Radley Balko, June 2010,  http://tinyurl.com/44gjm6v

Can you guess the sex of the “innocent person?”

“…an innocent man lost 25 years of his life”

“The U.S. Supreme Court will not decide the question in Pottawattamie County v. McGhee, whether prosecutors can be liable for fabricating evidence, coaching witnesses, concealing exculpatory evidence, and sending an innocent person to prison for 25 years of his life, because the government has settled the case before SCOTUS had the opportunity to rule.”  South Carolina Criminal Defense blog, published by:  Bobby G. Frederick, January, 2010,  http://tinyurl.com/3jfpyta

When America’s founding fathers did their “I’m mad as hell“ moment, and published the Declaration of Independence, they attached a significant list of grievances to the document.

A few days ago, the Men’s Oppression List, originally posted on the Stand Your Ground web site was also posted at A Voice for Men.

That document is a long list of oppressions (grievances), that men have, but the list is far from definitive.   http://tinyurl.com/5c9sz6 and  http://tinyurl.com/3r5bwf9

Can such a list of grievances, attached to any real Declaration of Men’s Independence from gender feminist tyranny, ever have any real impact?

Once again this June, I will be asked to serve on a jury in Los Angeles County.  I serve the corrupt (misandric) government of L.A. County under a jury “duty” summons only because of the enforcer in the courtroom (wearing a badge and gun), and the threat of fine and imprisonment on my jury “duty” summons. I do not serve out of any real sense of duty or obligation to the corrupt (misandric) County of Los Angeles for the same logic stated by our founding fathers in their Declaration of Independence.  I have told several judges as much.

Once again this June, I will be repeating a scene that’s almost become a jury “duty” ritual.  When I am sworn in to serve on a jury panel, during the jury selection process, I reply “yes,” then immediately add, “under duress.”  My statement is usually received with a glower and harsh words and tone from the pompous, black robed, activist judge, staring down from his/her perch in his/her L.A. County courtroom.

If I am chosen for the jury panel, during the voir dire process, I usually get a fair chance to explain why I serve under duress, and in some small part, usually get to state a few grievances against the government, based on its blatantly misandric discrimination (oppression) against all males.

During voir dire, when the activist L.A. County judge asks me if I will follow a judge’s instructions, I reply, “As a jury nullificationist, I cannot in good conscience do so, but will under duress.  The Constitution of the United States says, ‘We the people,’ not, ‘We the judges.’ In addition to the facts in evidence in the case before us, as a juror, I will sit in judgment on the legality of the law itself.”  Usually, it’s only a short time after this that I am “excused” from jury “duty.”

I doubt these actions do a lot to ameliorate the misandry so prevalent In our society today, but at least, I am not committing the evil so many people commit, when they willingly serve such a male hating, gender feminized “legal” system as exists all across the western world today.  At least, I am striving to be independent of the virulent, gender feminized, “legal” system’s witch hunting of males, going on all across the western world.  Like those men (and women) so vociferously expressing their viewpoints on men’s activist blogs, I declare my intent to be even more independent of the gender feminizied, “legal” system’s misandric corruptions.

2 Responses to Our Lives, Our Fortunes, and Our Sacred Honor

  1. Ray2447 on July 25, 2011 at 1:32 PM

    It is not I who makes the decision NOT to serve on a jury, it is the corrupt L.A. County judge. I'm just the juror who refuses to acquiesce to gender feminist trained judges' instructions on law. http://tinyurl.com/3nop8ff

  2. Fred on May 27, 2011 at 1:16 AM

    I certainly agree with your basic theme that the courts and the government treat men unfairly. But I do not agree with your solutions. "To throw off such Government" is too extreme. The problem is bigger than just the government, it is societal. Throwing off the government will result in a new government established by society that is just as bad. We need to change society, attitudes and thinking, good government will follow.

    Also, getting yourself excused from jury duty does not help the "innocent man" who will now be judged without your perspective influencing the jury. He is now more likely to be convicted.

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