IF THE CITIZENS WANT LIBERTY, THEY COULD SIEZE LIBERTY
by John Charlton
In recent decades, the world has seen how popular movements of opposition, protesting the confiscation of rights and liberties took the one decisive step that alone ensured the survival of their constitutional republics: popular revolution.
There was the rather bloodless People’s Power Revolution in the Philipines, against the dictator Ferdinand Marcos in 1986. There were the massive strikes and protests which brought down the Stalinist dictatorship in Poland, orchestrated by the Solidarity Trade Union. And more recently there were the Orange Revolution in the Ukraine, (Nov. 2004-Jan. 2005), which moved their Supreme Court to redress the massive Election Fraud in the national elections, and the united action of the courageous and heroic peoples of Honduras this year, which prevented an unconstitutional referendum, which would have continued Zelaya’s position as president, from happening. In response both the Supreme Court, the national Congress, the people and the Military upheld their Constitution by decisive action and ousted the dictator-wanna-bee from power.
In the United States of America, there is nothing to prevent such a peaceful restoration of liberty and constitutional order. If a mere million citizens marched on Washington, D.C., and took control of the Capitol, the Whitehouse, the Pentagon, and the Supreme Court, elected and appointed officials might then feel secure enough to do their constitutional duties to oust Obama and his cronies from power.
Such a revolution would have to be militant, but does not have to be violent.
And here is the distinction between the two.
In the first, Citizens do not simply carry signs or banners, they enter buildings and don’t take no for an answer: they remain in those buildings till the Supreme Court hears the People’s presentiments against Obama, and tries him: the evidence of his not being a natural born citizen is sufficient for a guilty verdict. The Supreme Court then declares him a usurper, and the people occupying the rest of the seat of the Federal Government, using their citizens’ arrest powers to nab all the important cronies. Obama can flee to where he wants, even leave the country. Citizens in other parts of the country, arrest those cronies of Obama in their section of the country (most of the MSM included).
Since there is no precedent against this, no one will challenge the action of the Supreme Court in finding Obama guilty, and in ordering his arrest, in nullifying the 2008 presidential/vice-presidential elections, and in ordering a new election.
Nor is such action unconstitutional, since there is nothing in the Constitution preventing the Supreme Court from restoring the constitutional order. And thus, there would also be no basis for a legal challenge to it.
Nor could such a revolution fail, since its non-violent nature would be supported by the vast majority of citizens: the military would not intervene.
About the only violence necessary for such a revolution would be breaking down a few doors, and physically restraining and laying hands on a number of guilty politicians. 1 Million Citizens could easily do this, and the Country is certainly ripe for it. Even the State governments would be relieved that their sovereignty is no longer at risk.
If we wait for the 2010 elections we might not see a fair election anywhere.
But it’s a question whether Amercians love their liberty enough to take decisive non-violent means to keep their liberty; or whether Obama and his minions hate our liberty enough to prevail over our indolence.
The choice, however, remains ours.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.