Friday, December 26, 2008

who shall wake the sleeper?

desperate times call for desperate measures. with the passing of each ill-spent day, barry "the usurper" hussein obama takes yet one more unchecked step towards the most powerful elected office in the world. thus far, all instruments brandished against him — those legal and those holy — have fallen, shattered, as he charges ahead, undaunted.

perhaps consummate evil can only be met with consummate evil. perhaps the only means left for free men to save this blessed country and its most sacred constitution is to make a deal with one devil in order to cast out another. perhaps it is time for all natural-born™ citizens, for the continued life of our most cherished institutions, to step beyond those institutions, for this one crucial moment in history. perhaps it is time to once again raise from its dusty vaults a sleepy thing only spoken of among an almost vanished race of legal adepts, a thing only spoken of in guarded whispers. perhaps the day has come to stir and unleash:

the 13th amendment:

if any citizen of the united states shall accept, claim, receive, or retain any title of nobility or honour, or shall without the consent of congress, accept and retain any present, pension, office, or emolument of any kind whatever, from any emperor, king, prince, or foreign power, such person shall cease to be a citizen of the united states, and shall be incapable of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them.

what's that you say? you thought the 13th amendment abolished slavery?

that is what the undeserving powers-that-be want you to think.

the all-but-forgotten truth is that the anti-slavery clause that we now call the "13th" amendment is naught but a changling — a foundling bastard swapped in place of the legitimate offspring!

since the unlawful deletion of the 13th amendment, the newly developing bar associations began working diligently to create a system wherein lawyers took on a title of privilege and nobility as “esquires” and received the “honor” of offices and positions (like district attorney or judge) that only lawyers may now hold.

the significance of this missing 13th amendment and its deletion from the constitution is this: since the amendment was never lawfully nullified, it is still in full force and effect and is the law of the land.

thus, having never received a properly consecrated burial, this wretched clause still anxiously haunts the constitutional netherworld, waiting for the day when righteous men might grant it life and power.

and what unholy power might this amendment hold over "the usurper"?

this missing amendment might provide a legal basis to challenge many existing laws and court decisions previously made by lawyers who were unconstitutionally elected or appointed to their positions of power; it might even mean the removal of lawyers from our current government system.

ohpleaseohpleaseohpleaselordgodalmighty... for just this one time in the hour of the country's greatest need, and in the name of all that is free and natural-born™, grant america the power it needs to forever defeat "the usurper" ...

... or, at least the means to kill all the lawyers:

sounds like a supreme court case in the making if true.

but you know congress would immediately move “fix” the problem.


i've wondered about the deal where lawyers are "officers of the court". if they're "officers of the court" then they're beholden to the judicial branch of government, right? so, why are they then allowed to serve in the other two branches, legislative and executive?

if it could be prioven to be authentic then perhaps whoever hand copied the document may have left 13 out and instead of redoing it eliminated it completely so they would not have to redo the documents. imho it was needed and would’ve saved us from some of the worst leaders we’ve had.

(lord save us from lazy stenographers ...)

i have long held the opinion that a law degree should be grounds for immediate disqualification from public office.

lawyers, being the lowest form of human life, are so low they have to look up to see down. do you know how many lawyer jokes there are? NONE, they are all true.

if the constitution doesn't prohibit lawyers from holding public office, it certainly should. aside from their ability to convince the dumb ass citizen to believe what they say, especially what they promise in a political campaign, is there an argument as to lawyers greed for material and power being at the CORE of the death of our constitution's original intent? that statement is based on the fact that MOST politicians that end up in dc are schooled in law.

"honest politician", now that's a joke.


the recent references to "princess caroline" and her bid to take hillary's senate seat made me wonder about this amendment. does she in fact have the title "princess"? does it strip her citizenship?

the "messiah" had best be careful with that label ... even if he is an illegal alien from kenya and a major league commie scam artist.

meanwhile, let all true patriots ignore the timid and those of little faith:

that is a great question. unfortunately every lawyer or lawyer in black robes will consider it and reject it in about 10 seconds.

they will probably tell you that you have no standing that would allow you to challenge the status quo. after all, you are probably just a citizen. what do you know?


another amendment? to WHAT constitution. ... do we have one of those????

i know things were a little backward in the early 1800’s, but i think if there were a ratified amendment to the constitution, someone would made a note of it. even it were scratched in wood somewhere.

i think it’s part of an attempt to make FR ["fr" = free republic] look like a bunch of whackos.

this is one of the stupidest articles i’ve read in a while. a license to practice law is no more a title of nobility than a license to practice medicine, a license to install electrical service, a license to sell firearms, or a license to cut hair.

there was such an amendment proposed, but it was never ratified, although some publishers did erroneously print it. in any event, it was never intended to keep lawyers out of government, because "esquire" is not a "title of nobility."

when the queen of england conferred upon me the title of esquire at my law school graduation i was promised no one would ever find the suppressed 13th amendment. now that the secret is out that we’re all foreign nobility i will lose my state job. thanks a lot. oh well, i guess i’ll just live on the revenues from my estate in kent. at least obama is out of the whilte house. cheerio!

... and lastly, pray that this legal witchcraft works a little better than the time it was unleashed — on knight of the british empire sir rudy giuliani ...

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