by OPOVV, ©2020

(Nov. 19, 2020) —

Mony Mony” (2:51)

We’re at the Pearly Gates sometime in the future. St. Peter is the gatekeeper, Matthew his assistant.

“Almost time for a break, wouldn’t you say, Sir?”

“Anytime’s fine with me, Matthew. Let’s do one more then take one. Hello; so you’re a Dem from Michigan. It says here you were a county employee and then worked the 2020 election. What did you do for the county?”

“As little as possible.”

“We understand that, but, when you actually did something, what was it that you did?”

“I was the locksmith at the airport.”

“You mean you replaced doorknobs.”

“Yes, and replaced locks or, sometimes, made keys.”

“How many sets of keys did you make in, what’s it say, thirty years? You worked as a locksmith at the airport for thirty years? Amazing. Now answer the question, please: how many sets of keys did you make in thirty years?”

“Almost one set, but then I decided it would be a lot easier if I just replaced the whole gosh-darn door handle, so that’s what I did.”

“So the answer would be ‘none,’ wouldn’t you say?”

“Not if I almost replaced one, I would say. I might’ve made a set of keys if I had the time, but I didn’t, so there.”

“I see.”

“Excuse me, but maybe you don’t see. You see, county employees aren’t supposed to work because maybe they’ll be working themselves out of a job. I took a lot of breaks: you know, pre-breaks and post-breaks.”


“You take a pre-break to unwind, to get relaxed for the official mandatory break and then you take a post-break to get the correct mindset to do nothing until pre-lunch break or pre-break or pre-check-out-break: you know, when you leave and go home.”

‘It must have been tiring.”

“I called it ‘taxing,’ as in ‘I might’ve overtaxed myself yesterday’; you see?”

“I’m beginning to. Now tell me about the election.”

“They came around and asked if there were any volunteers and then they said the magic words: time off and extra pay. It was a piece of cake, or it would’ve been if HR (human resource) not missed this one guy being a Veteran.”

“So? What’s wrong with that?”

“We were told not to count the Trump ballots; to put them in plastic garbage bags; all the other ballots were neatly placed in a cardboard box, but he wouldn’t go along; made a real fuss.”

“So what happened?”

“The cops came and took him away; haven’t seen hide nor hair of him since.”

“What do you think they did with him?”

“Truthfully? Fed him to the ‘gators; I mean, what better way to dispose of a corpse?”

“So your ballot count looks to be a little off by maybe a factor of ten. What do you think of that?”

“I say that’s wrong, really wrong.”

“Why is that?”

“Because for every Biden vote there had to be at least sixty Trump votes, that’s why.”

“Didn’t that bother you — I mean, American citizens voting for their president and their votes trashed?”

“Not a bit. Look, no matter who is in the White House I still had my job, so what did I care?”

“I see. Well, that’s all; now see those elevators to your left? Just step in any one of them and it’ll take you down. Now what do we have here?”

“Oh, sorry, boss; I forgot to put the ‘Went to Lunch’ sign on the door.”

“That’s okay; this won’t take long. So it says you were a county employee, and a Dem to boot, from Wisconsin. See those elevators over there? Take one. Okay, Matthew, let’s you and me go to lunch; I hear they got some pretty good burgers up here in heaven.”


Son of a Witch” (4:54)


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  1. Briefly: on one page.
    We are in a benevolent, predatory, form of martial law from DC/United States* incorporated governance, in some form, since 1861. It’s Name is the Lieber Code from Lincoln’s Executive order 100 in color of law. We had a Constitutional Republican form of government from 1819 to 1860 or 1861. From 1776 to 1819 it was changing from an overthrown Monarchy. Most of the “people from 1776 to 1819 the people at large” were not convinced for a long time. There really in an active conspiracy, the industrial/military/judicial/legislative/executive/banker/ BAR/royalist/communist/muslim/Georgia Guide stone complex.

    This does not involve the true Constitutional Republican form of government on each of the several states. As long as there are still “people” the body, mind, spirit as juxtaposed to “person” the ALL CAP NAME corporate fiction. All power is inherent in the people.

    Each state is an autonomous Nation, not a subdivision of the US inc., each with its own Constitution. All power is inherent in the people. The number of people is not specified and a majority is not required as we are not a Democracy. The several states of the union are the creator party to “The United States of America’s Constitution.” The “people at large” are beneficiaries. The “people at large” are the creator party to the State’s Constitutions.

    The STATE OF OREGON’s incorporated governance is color of law. Operated by the Salem oligarchy aka Kate Brown et al…That is a subdivision of the DC/United States* as originally incorporated during Lincoln’s era.

    I think each STATE OF THE OTHER 49 is about the same. A Little more carrot or a little more stick.

    To remove the Lieber Code/martial law the method is clear and written down by the de facto. The Lieber code of Lincoln’s EO 100 is nullified by a civilian court on the land. So says SCOTUS Ex parte Milligan. There was no, none, zero civilian courts on the land of Oregon. Until ours. I was told there is one on Texas, one in Philadelphia and one on Georgia. I have been unable to prove this. I do know there is no Article III court that will claim original jurisdiction. They have acquiesced to “we must do it ourselves.”

    The Army Heritage Center 717 245 3972/3949 verified the Lieber Code was updated and still in effect in 2015. No known changes since then. The JAG , Judge Advocate General, attorney knew exactly what I was talking about.

    A method of returning Oregon to a Constitutional Republican form of government was/is: We assembled our 1st amendment Oregon Statewide Jural Assembly 3 years ago. We notified the DOJ, USMS, FBI, 36 Sheriffs, 30 Senators, A.G, governor, SoS lawfully and none rebutted our claim, they all acquiesced and defaulted.

    We formed Article I Section 1 of Oregon’s Constitution and informed all the same ones. We formed our civilian court of record and informed all the same ones. We notified all the same ones; that thru Ex parte Milligan’s authority we nullified Lieber Code/martial law. Not one rebuttal.

    We informed the Oregon National Guard/Oregon Organized Militia’s JAG and they are not happy and have talked back and hung up. We are awaiting an appointment with their Commanding General Michael Stencel.

    We are forming a 45 member Grand jury pool and trial jury pool of Oregonians non-US citizens, to bring forth true bills against the evil doers on Oregon. Then implement Article III Amendment VII.

    Ex parte Milligan, 71 U.S. (4 Wall.) 2 (1866), was a landmark decision of the US Supreme Court that ruled the application of military tribunals to citizens when civilian courts are still operating is unconstitutional. In this particular case, the Court was unwilling to give President Abraham Lincoln’s administration the power of military commission jurisdiction, part of the administration’s controversial plan to deal with Union dissenters during the American Civil War. Justice David Davis, who delivered the majority opinion, stated that “martial rule can never exist when the courts are open” and confined martial law to areas of “military operations, where war really prevails”, and when it was a necessity to provide a substitute for a civil authority that had been overthrown. Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase and three associate justices filed a separate opinion concurring with the majority in the judgment, but asserted that Congress had the power to authorize a military commission, although it had not done so in Milligan’s case.
    The landmark case stemmed from a trial by a military commission of Lambdin P. Milligan (for whom the case is named), Stephen Horsey, William A. Bowles, and Andrew Humphreys that convened at Indianapolis on October 21, 1864. The charges against the men included, among others, conspiracy against the U.S. government, offering aid and comfort to the Confederates, and inciting rebellion. On December 10, 1864, Milligan, Bowles, and Horsey were found guilty on all charges and sentenced to hang. Humphreys was found guilty and sentenced to hard labor for the remainder of the war. (The sentence for Humphreys was later modified, allowing his release; President Andrew Johnson commuted the sentences for Milligan, Bowles, and Horsey to life imprisonment.) On May 10, 1865, Milligan’s legal counsel filed a petition in the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Indiana at Indianapolis for a writ of habeas corpus, which called for a justification of Milligan’s arrest. A similar petition was filed on behalf of Bowles and Horsey. The two judges who reviewed Milligan’s petition disagreed about the issue of whether the U.S. Constitution prohibited civilians from being tried by a military commission and passed the case to the U.S. Supreme Court. The case was argued before the Court on March 5 and March 13, 1866; its decision was handed down on April 3, 1866.
    Prepared by Francis Lieber, promulgated as General Orders No. 100 by President Lincoln, 24 April 1863. Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States in the Field, prepared by Francis Lieber, LL.D., Originally Issued as General Orders No. 100, Adjutant General’s Office, 1863, Washington 1898: Government Printing Office.
    Article I Section 1 of Oregon’s Constitution Natural rights inherent in people.We declare that all men, when they form a social compact are equal in right: that all power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on their authority, and instituted for their peace, safety, and happiness; and they have at all times a right to alter, reform, or abolish the government in such manner as they may think proper. —
    *See (8) The United States is located in the District of Columbia.