Police: "Not my duty to uphold the Constitution"

The SF Peace Rally on 1/27 had a large turn-out, and I was there with several other truthers passing out flyers, dvds, bullhorning, etc. As things were winding down, I approached a group of police officers and politely thanked them for being there to keep things orderly. Then I went on to say how I really respected people who would put their lives on the line to protect people and also to take a vow to uphold the Constitution and Bill of Rights. One of them asked me if I had been to his graduation (from police academy) and demanded to know how I knew what sort of vows he had taken. A bit taken aback, I said that it was common knowledge that this was part of a police officer's duty, but he kept denying it.

Police are there to enforce laws, and the Constitution is the supreme law of the land, and I could quote several supremes saying that in fact any "law" which doesn't agree with the Constitution is in fact not a law at all. Ergo, police are required to uphold the Constitution, as if this weren't explicitly spelled out already.

Finally disgusted with the cop's persistent Orwellian attitude, I asked him if he was going to be one of the stormtroopers who came kicking down my door one day because I was a real American, and he said maybe he would. His colleagues refused to comment.

I know several cops who are very cool, and just genuinely want to serve and protect all people in their community, and I even know a few who are hip to 9/11, but this guy was very disturbing.

A cop with a storm-trooper attitude like that one is

very dangerous, and he shouldn't be a cop. Unfortunately, there may be many others like him.

Thanks for going to the rally

For every one of you who made it, there were at least 5 of us who wanted to, but didn't. :-)

The Eleventh Day of Every Month

Next Time

Let's all work a bit harder to be there next time!

If we want to make this happen.... we must work harder.

If you want something bad enough.... You will make it happen.

Start putting some paper in that change jar.

Start making sacrafices. ... Think of all the sacrafices that have been made before you.

Keep doing as much as you can.
Ignorance is NOT Bliss

Clever cop is still an asshole.

This clever cop wanted to know:

"...if I had been to his graduation (from police academy) and demanded to know how I knew what sort of vows he had taken."

I ask you, what good is an oath unless it is available for third parties to verify?

The cop's graduation was not like a wedding ceremony where he is asked if swears that he will uphold, protect, and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic and mumbles ' ah doo.". In addition, it is unlikely that he even swore an oath until immediately after he was actually under contract with some law enforcement agency. It's nutty to believe otherwise.

For example, in the county where I live in Georgia, ALL county employees who are required by the Georgia State Constitution to swear an oath, MUST have that oath on file in the county probate court's office. So, for example, if I want to see the Sheriff's oath of office, I simply go to the pobate court's office and ask to see it. It is a matter of public record and CANNOT be hidden from you. The same holds true for the Sheriff's deputies and the judges in the county, among other person's. The requirements for who is require to file an oath can vary from state to state. However, it is interesting to note that if an office that requires an oath on file and is occupied by someone who has failed to file that oath, that office can be considered vacant from the day that person was supposed to have taken office. Any decisions rendered by that person are also null and void, as the office was actually vacant due to the person failing to fulfill the requirements of assuming the office. This makes perfect sense, unless chaos makes sense.

Now, how many persons required to have an oath on file in the county where you reside have failed to file their oath? These persons may then be acting without lawful authority, or acting "under color of law" as we say.

I am convinced that there is a remedy for out of control government and it can be found in the federal and various state constitutions. I have come to the conclusion that if, in all of our research regarding the events of 9/11, we fail to read and thoroughly understand these important documents including the Declaration of Independence, we will fail in formulating an effective remedy for relief. We have been lied to in an attempt, by our own government, to brainwash us regarding what really happened on 9/11. What on earth could make us think that what we supposedly learned about that very same government in grade school is any different?

If you want to take your country back from those who have stolen it from you, you must, as Jefferson said, bind the government with the chains of the Constitution.

If you think you know what is contained in our founding documents, then answer this question. In what amendment to the US Constitution does the federal government give you the right to peacefully assemble?

The Citizens Rule Book is free. Please, please, please, please (in my best James Brown imitation) get one of these:


You will be astonished.

The true threat to liberty comes not from terrorists but from our political leaders whose natural inclination is to seize upon any excuse to diminish them.
~~ Walter Williams, Nightly Business Report, September 2001

Citizen's Rule Book

I carry a copy with me pretty much at all times.

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don't forget...

get a copy of your state constitution, too!

The true threat to liberty comes not from terrorists but from our political leaders whose natural inclination is to seize upon any excuse to diminish them.
~~ Walter Williams, Nightly Business Report, September 2001

In what amendment? NONE!

The government does NOT give me the right.

The government can not "give" me something I already have.

Privileges, are "given" or granted by another, and thus may be taken away. A right, is intrinsic and no permission is needed. The only thing left to be asked politely of another, is that a right be respected (and at many times tolerated by others... the truest mark of genuine freedom, that being tolerance)... but NEVER asked for, for then it instantly ceases to be a right.

Exercising a right, and gauging the level of tolerance and respect one realizes when doing so... is the fastest way to measure the actual "state of the union" between liberty vs. repression.

The right to peaceably assemble, among several other similar rights such as the freedom of speech, press, religion (the free exercise of, AND free from laws respecting an establishment of) and the right to petition the government for a redress of grievances (at times enforced, by the rightful withholding of taxes until answers are produced)... are rights which no one or group can deny another... thus also known as civil rights, when fellow country folk are compelled just as civil servants... to respect at all times, The First Amendment to The Constitution, the supreme law of the land.

Hooray for Erin!!!!!

Erin, you obviously know how few Americans understand this. Most Americans actually do believe that their government gives them rights. And, they have no clue as to the difference between Rights and priviledges.

Those who are ignorant of their Rights cannot possibly defend them.

An individual only has those Rights in which they are willing to defend, by force if necessary.

Our most sacred Right To Petition is hanging by a thread. The 9/11 Truth Movement needs to realize that exercising this most sacred Right is the avenue by which it should pursue a new investigation, an investigation that opens ALL of the information and evidence, which is property of We The People, currently being withheld from us by this tyrannical government.

The work has been done. The model Petitions already exist. The means by which The People have to non-violently enforce that Right have already been established.


It is time.

The true threat to liberty comes not from terrorists but from our political leaders whose natural inclination is to seize upon any excuse to diminish them.
~~ Walter Williams, Nightly Business Report, September 2001

No Idea

They have no idea what they took an oath to uphold....

For all they know it was a Barney Coloring Book

Uphold the Constitution?? maybe we should start by first reading it.

and with some work.... understanding it
Ignorance is NOT Bliss

You would Be astonished at how many people don't know

our Constitution, or don't care.. And dicktator and JJ, You know this also. It's sad, really sad when people do associate these rights as "given" to them by the government, as if it were a privledge.
The Bill Of Rights...1st Amendment states clearly;

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
No law abridging the right of the people Peaceably to assemble, AND to petition the government for a REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES.
Yes these are our rights, these are established rights acknowledged in the Constitution; not given, but beholden onto us. The Bill Of Rights is the acknowledge of inherent rights every person is ENDOWED with.
It doesn't get any clearer than that.