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american freedom part 2

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the federal judges are defying the
Constitution!  the rulings against
religious freedom and prayer in school are null, void, and unlawful!

Supreme Court 1892, Holy Trinity vs. the U.S.  In that Supreme Court

ruling,   The Supreme Court declared, no purpose of action  against any religion,

can be imputed to any legislation, state or national, because this is a religious

people, this is a Christian nation.  In the United States of America, no law, and

no interpretation of any law, can be allowed to be used to restrain, hinder,

censor, or forbid the free exercise of the Christian religion.  No federal law. No

State law. No local law, no local ordinance.    No ruling of any court in regard

to the application of that law can be allowed that would hinder the free exercise

of religion.


The Supreme Court of 1892 declared that it itself did not have the authority to

rule on any case in any way that would restrict, hinder, or censor,the free

exercise of the Christian religion.  They declared with that ruling, that no court

in the United States, including the Supreme Court, has the authority to overrule

the Bill of Rights, with its guarantee of religious liberty.


With this 1892 ruling, the United States Supreme Court echoed the statement of

Thomas Jefferson.  Thomas Jefferson said, no power over the freedom of religion is

delegated to the United states by the Constitution.  This means that the United

States Constituion, with it, the Bill of Rights, is unchanging and unchangeable,

and has the final  authority in all questions  regarding the free exercise of

religion.  No federal, state, local authority, under any pretext whatever, has the

power to regulate or ban, or in any way hinder, the free exercise of religion in



All of the recent court rulings banning prayer in public places,  censoring the

publication of the Ten Commandments, or forbidding the words "under God" in the

pledge---all of these rulings are unlawful, unconstitutional, illegal, and NULL

AND VOID.  They represent an attempt by the judges of these courts to ignore, 

throw away, and make void the Bill of Rights. They are not lawful. They are not

worth the paper they are printed on.  They are null and void.  Overruling the Bill

of Rights,  is unlawful and impossible.  


  The Constitution says  judges shall hold their offices thru good conduct.  The

attempt to overthrow the the Bill of Rights and forbid activity that is guaranteed

by the Bill of Rights is not good conduct.


 Trying to convince the American people that the practice of the rights guaranteed

us in the Bill of Rights is un-constututional, is bad conduct indeed.


It is a tyrannical usurping of power that the Founding Fathers warned us against.


  The very intent, from the Founders of this nation, from the pilgrims, and all

the early settlers, through the writers of the founding documents and beyond them

through our entire history, had one primary goal, stated over and over and over in

every existing public document.   This new nation will be founded upon the law of

Almighty God, as revealed in the Holy Bible.  All Christians of all denominations

shall be free and unhindered in their practice of the Christian religion, and

their public worship of Jesus Christ.  


 The Holy Bible shall be a free and uncensored book, to be read by all citizens. 

in public as well as private places. 


The present day Supreme Court has been hearing cases it does not have

constitutional authority to hear, and has been making rulings against the free

exercise of religion that it does not have the constitutional authority to make.


The Founding Fathers of this country knew what they meant by religious freedom.


George Washington, the Father of our country, said, quote: of all the dispositions

and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are

indispensable. in vain would that man claim the tribute of patriotism, who would

labor to subvert these great pillars of human happiness. unquote.


 What did the father of our country say?  He said it is impossible to have

political peace and good government, without the people being religious and moral.

and if any man would want to destroy public religion and morality, he has no right

to call himself a lover of his country.  George Washington said that.  George

Washington also declared, quote. The purpetuity--purpetuity means

continuation--the continuation of this nation depends on the religious education

of the young.  It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the

Bible.  It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible.

unquote, George Washington.


George Washington also said, October third, 1789, it is the duty of all nations to

acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for

his benefits, and to humbly implore His protection and favor.


Constitutional Convention, January 28, 1787.  Benjamin Franklin said, we have been

assured sir, in the Sacred Writings,---Sacred Writings means Holy Bible---that

except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it.  I firmly

believe this,   and I also believe that without his concurring aid, we shall

succeed in this political building no better than the builders of babel.  If a

sparrow cannot fall to the ground without His knowledge, it is sure that an empire

cannot rise without His aid.


Early American Christian patriot, Patrick Henry, who was famous for saying give me

liberty or give me death, also said, there is a just God who presides over the

destiny of nations.


 Another American hero you never hear about in school, Daniel Webster, 1821, said,

if we abide by the principles taught in the Bible, our country will go on

prospering and to prosper.  But if we and our posterity neglect its instruction

and authority, no man can tell how sudden a catastrophe may overwhelm us, and bury

all our glory in profound obscurity.


Abraham Lincoln declared,   "it is fit and becoming in all people, at all times,

to acknowledge and revere the supreme government of God.  Abraham Lincoln also

said, I believe the Bible is the best gift ever given to man.  All the good from

the Savior of the world is communicated to us thru this Book.


 Thomas Jefferson said, I hold the precepts of Jesus, as delivered by Himself, to

be the most pure, benevolent, and sublime which have ever been preached to man. 

In 1781, he said, God, who gave us life, gave us liberty.  Can the liberties of a

nation be thought secure, when we have removed their only firm base, a conviction

in the minds of the people that these liberties are a gift of God.  I tremble for

my country when I reflect that God is just.


 Thomas Jefferson introduced a bill in the State of Virginia, passed in 1785, that

guaranteed religious freedom.    It reads in part, "we, the general assembly of

Virginia, do enact that no man shall be compelled to frequent or support any

religious worship, place, or ministry, whatever, nor shall be enforced, molested,

or burdened, in his body or goods, nor shall otherwise suffer, on account of his

religious opinions or beliefs.  But that all men shall be free to profess, and by

arguement, to maintain, their opinions, in matters of religion".


In section three, he declared that these rights are the natural rights of mankind,

and any future assembly that would try to repeal this act would be guilty of

trying to infringe a natural right that has been given by God and cannot be taken

away by the State.  Not even the Supreme Court of the State.


 Religious freedom is still our natural right, no matter how much today's judges

try to outlaw it.


The anti-religious forces in america have done a lot of screaming about Thomas

Jefferson's letter to a baptist church, that used the term 'wall of separation' 

between church and state.    Let's see what he really meant.


 He wrote the letter in 1802 in answer to a letter the Danbury Baptist Church

wrote him in in 1801.  The Danbury Baptists were concerned that their religious

freedoms were not considered inalienable rights granted by God, but temporary

priviledges priviledges granted by the state government.


In this letter, he assured the Danbury Church that their rights to religious

freedom were indeed inalienable, given by God, and could not be removed by the



 The famous sentence says, "I contemplate, with solemn reverence, that act of the

whole American people, which declared that their legislatures should make no law

respecting the establishment of a religion, or prohibiting the free exercise

therof, thus building a wall of separation between Church and State".


It is clear to anyone who can think and read at the same time, that Jefferson is

stating that the First Amendment, which tops off the Bill of Rights,    

absolutely forbids the State from claiming, or exercising any authority that would

restrict, censor, restrain, or hinder in any way the activities of the church. 

The state's legislative power to make laws does not extend to the activities of

the church.  The State's courts power to interpret laws does not extend to the

hindering the free exercise of religion.   No State Legislature may pass laws that

forbid people from praying, or telling them where they may or may not pray, or

censor the Holy Bible in any way.


 The courts, as the judiciary arm of the State, are bound by that same

restriction.  They do not have the right or authority to amend or nullify the Bill

of Rights.


The Courts do not outrank the President.  The Courts do not outrank the

Legislature.  The Courts do not outrank the Bill of Rights.  They do not have the

authority  to issue any orders that restrict, censor, restrain, or hinder in any

way the activities of the church, in either public or private places.


 This term  'separation of church and state' has been twisted inside out, and made

to mean the very opposite of what Jefferson meant by it, and then activist judges

have tried to give this this sick, twisted, pretended meaning, the force of law,

which it does not have. these activist judges use their twisted version of this

sentence to give an official sounding cover to their unlawful, un-American,

anti-Constitutional, worthless court orders and rulings.


 The rulings of the courts on religious matters, ever since Murray v. Board of

Education in 1962, are not lawful rulings.  They are not lawful rulings, because

to enforce them means to trash the Bill of Rights and declare that freedom of

religion is not our law any more.


  These are tyrannical usurpations of power,  intended to totally smother the free

operation of the Christian church, and the free practice of religion.  Justice

William Rehnquist, in Wallace v. Jaffrey, 1984, declared, the greatest injury of

the 'wall' notion, is its mischievous diversion of the judges from the actual

intentions of the drafters of the Bill of Rights.  There is simply no historical

foundation.  It should be frankly and explicitly abandoned.


 President John Quincy Adams, declared, the highest glory of the American

Revolution, was, it connected in one indisoluble bond, the principles of civil

government, and the principles of Christianity. 

President John Quincy Adams declared it.  Hear it again.  The highest glory of the

American Revolution was, it connected in one indisoluble bond  the principles of

civil government and the principles of Christianity. unquote.


All of our Founding Fathers agreed. 


Our civil government was based upon the law of God revealed in the Holy Bible. 

The Bible was the required textbook in every schoolroom in the United States, from

first grade thru college.  It was not to be censored or forbidden to be published

in any public or private place.  Most of the colleges in early America were

founded as seminaries to educate ministers of the gospel.  In the Northwest

Territories, that had not yet become States, the Bible was required as a textbook

in every classroom.


This wedding of civil government with the principles of Christianity, produced the

greatest, grandest, most progressive, most powerful, most glorious country that

ever existed anywhere in human history.  The Supreme Court of this glorious

country, in its 1892 ruling, declared that no law anyplace in this country had the

power or authority  to restrict the Christian religion in any way.


  Then something happened in the world.  A new philosophy was born, called

humanism.  Its basic teaching was that man is the highest being existing, there is

no god, no standard of right and wrong, and that every man is answerable only to

himself for his actions. 


   There came a new political movement, led by Karl Marx, that took this humanism,

and wed it to political tyranny.  It was called communism then.  Communism

declared that any kind of belief in God was evil and dangerous, and had to be

suppressed by government tyranny and wiped from the heart and mind of mankind. 

The constant wars of the entire 20th century were an attempt to impose this

tyranny on the whole world.  The communist party spread its suffocating oppression

from Russia, to Europe, and to other parts of the world.  Their intent was to make

the whole world godless.  The communist leaders taunted free America with the

threat of 'we will bury you'. 


 Communist idiology has spread through all the world, including America.  Thru the

generations since its beginning, communism has put on new faces and new names.  It

is variously called marxism, communism, socialism, new world order fascism,  and

in America it is called left wing liberalism.  But it is the same agenda.


 The successive generations of believers in this agenda have never given up their

fight to outlaw God.  America felt the first punch of this tyrannical fist  in

Murray vs. the Board of Education, 1962.  The only thing the court had a right to

rule in that case was, the constitution gives every  child the right to pray if he

wants and the right to not pray if he does not want.  Little William Murray could

not be ordered to pray.  But neither could the court order all other children not

to pray.  The judges on that bench decided to trash their oath to protect the

Constitution, and decided to declare the Bill of Rights null and void.  The ruling

was a usurpation  of power that they did not have, and was an impeachable offense. 


These judges trampled on the entire history of what the United States is and what

we stand for, and decided to ban the free excercise of religion, just like other

marxist countries have done.  We learned last time about the right of enforcement. 

the Supreme Court does not have the right to call out the army or the police to

arrest little childeren for praying.  They therefore do not have the right to

order them to stop praying.  Who said such an outrageous thing? Alexander

Hamilton, that's who.  No judge on any bench in any court in this country has the

right to declare the Bill of Rights unconstitutional.


United States Constitution, article three, section one.  The judicial power of the

United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and such inferior courts as

the congress may from time to time ordain and establish.  The judges, both of the

Supreme and inferior courts, shall hold their offices during good behaviour.


 Good behaviour.  Trying to wipe out the Bill of Rights is not good behaviour.


 These judges have been so emboldened by their success in suffocating religious

freedom, that they are now attacking all the other guarantees of the Bill of



According to a recent ruling, you don't own your home anymore!


Although the Bill of Rights guarantees every citizen to be secure in his goods and

property, the Supreme Court has just recently declared that that doesn't apply if

some rich business conglomerate can pursuade your mayor that your land would be

better used as a golf course or a parking lot!


United States Constitution, article five.  The Congress, whenever two thirds of

both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose amendments to this

Constitution, or on the application of the legislatures of two thirds of the

several States, shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which in either

case, shall be valid to all intents and purposes,   as part of this Constitution,

when ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of the several States, or by

conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratification

may be proposed by the Congress.


What we the people need is a constitutional amendment re-organizing the judicial

branch of government, eliminating the un-elected tyrant for life jobs. 


Let federal judges be answerable to the people, like every other public servant in

the country.  Let the judge continue to be nominated by the president, just like

now, with the advise and consent of the senate, just like now.  Then, after a ten

year term on the bench, let them stand for public election like everyone else. 

Let the vote be yes, retain for another ten year term, or no, do not retain.


People make the claim, you don't want to make the judge declare ahead of time how

he might vote on something.


  OH, YES. WE DO!!!!.   We have the right to know  that whatever question comes


NOT WHAT HE WANTS THE COBSTITUTION TO SAY!!!   People will complain, and say, oh,

we want to keep the judges out of politics.   We don't want to tamper with the




  They have already tampered with the constitution.  They have not only TAMPERED

with it, they have SHREDDED it, CHEWED IT UP, and SPIT IT OUT. 


 it was during the war for independence that francis scott key wrote the star

spangled banner. 


there are four verses to our national anthem.


 the fourth verse says,


oh, thus be it ever, when free men shall stand between their loved homes, and the

war's desolation.   blessed with victory and peace, may the heaven rescued land,

praise the power that has made, and preserved us a nation.   then conquer we must,

when our cause it is just.  and this be our motto, in God is our trust. and the

star spangled banner in triumph shall wave, o'r the land of the free and the home

of the brave.


 in God we trust has been our motto since our beginning.  the words in God we

trust are in our national anthem.   our national anthem is a prayer of

thanksgiving to God.


it is only a matter of time before some enemy of the first amendment who happens

to wear a judge's robe, tells us that our national anthem is unconstitutional,

because it is a prayer of thanksgiving to Almighty God, is a public recognition of

god and religion, and he orders it never to be sung in public again.


when that happens, maybe we will finally understand what these enemies of our

guaranted freedoms are trying to do.


 they are trying to pull down the very foudations of America and bring us back

under the same historic tyranny that we fought and died to overthrow. 


it is the same tyranny that exists in china and hundreds of other countries of the

world today.

we the people have the right and the duty to remove tyrants from office.


we should no longer bow our backs before enemies of the bill of rights. 


any judge issuing and order that overrides and overrules the bill of rights should

be removed from the bench.   the american way to do that is constitutional



we fired a king once. we declared our liberty from george 111.   getting rid of

enemies of freedom is what america has always done best.


the united states constitution gives we the people the power and authority to

amend the constitution.  these enemies of the first amendment need to be told, you

have trashed the bill of rights long enough.  you're fired.  

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