THE U.S. MILITARY COMMITS TREASON
Dear Editor: The following letter was sent this evening in response to the ruling of Col. Denise R. Lind in the case of Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin, who seeks to know whether or not Barack Hussein Obama is eligible to serve as President and Commander-in-Chief:
September 2, 2010
Adm. Michael Mullen
Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
9999 Joint Staff Pentagon
Washington, DC 20318-9999
An open letter to Admiral Mullen:
Admiral Mullen, this is not the outcome expected from a military organization led by a champion of apolitical neutrality, a champion who has frequently stated his love of country, the Constitution and his obligation to the people of the United States of America.
In my opinion, Admiral, in the court of public opinion, the Army has been tried in this matter by its own hand and found guilty. Guilty of political bias! Guilty of misprision of felony! And guilty of conduct unbecoming members of the U.S. military.
I see no clear-cut demonstration of the political neutrality to which you frequently refer, but what I do see is the failure of a military system to live up to the oath sworn to protect the Constitution and to honor those who have fallen serving their country in defense of the principles of the Constitution, which has been dishonored right here and now in front of us all. I also see the blatant failure of the senior military command to live up to its stated commitments and obligation to the people of these United States.
But by far, aside from the greatest injustice and disappointment over this clearly politically-motivated decision, I see a deeply-rooted conflicted paradox.
We go to great extremes to provide Col. Lakin, this undisputed, highly-decorated military warrior, with the finest weapons of destruction so that he may protect himself on the field of battle. But on the field of American justice we deprive him of the basic tools with which to protect his honor.
At this moment I am deeply ashamed of your conduct, Admiral Mullen. I feel as though you have dishonored the corps, let down all of those who serve under your command, and misled me as well as the rest of the people of this country.
Please read this.
From an item previously posted:
Admiral Mullen, will you honor your oath and, along with Lt. Col. Terry Lakin, take the necessary steps to ensure that any and all orders from your “Commander-in-Chief” are, in fact, lawful orders from a Constitutionally-qualified and eligible person for that position, and, if not, also take the necessary steps to remove him from the chain of command? I and a desperately-awaiting nation are awaiting your response to this burning question: Can any orders, Executive or Commands, from an illegitimate Commander-in-Chief, be considered “Lawful Orders”?
Since it is apparent that the Army has no ability to effectively deal with such a political issue and the national security is at stake, it would seem urgent and essential that this matter be moved to a neutral, unbiased jurisdiction composed of disinterested public citizens, citizens convened as a citizens’ grand jury as guaranteed under the provisions of the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, and a grand jury totally free of any influence or direction from a judicial system which has also proven itself incapable of administering constitutional ethical justice.
As I see the circumstances, only under these conditions can justice be served. Anything less will constitute a violation of human and civil rights.