The system is failing; we’re on our own

The institutions of the system are being deliberately and systematically eviscerated.

Earlier this month I wrote about the Robert v. Austin case filed by a legal team comprising Andrew L. SchlaflyTodd CallenderDavid Wilson and Lisa McGee (link to article: C0VlD l9 hoax goes to court). The case was profoundly important because it confronted the judiciary with questions that cut to the core of liberty and human dignity. The courts would have to hear evidence and rule about whether individuals who received C19 shots could be regarded as chattel property with no human or constitutional rights.

Petition denied

The question is profoundly chilling and it may seem surreal. One might feel inclined to disregard it as crazy talk, but the law is far from reassuring in this respect. According to the 2013 Supreme Court ruling in the Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., gene modified organisms may legally be regarded as synthetic species. Gene modification renders such organisms property of patent holders who own the intellectual property rights over the newly synthesized genes. The implication of that decision is that genetically modified humans could be the property of MRNA technology patent holders.

Given the importance of these questions, one would expect the judiciary to hear the petitioners’ arguments, examine the evidence and remove any ambiguities, rendering a clear endorsement of human dignity and a categorical proscription of the idea that someone could hold other human beings in ownership. However, district and appellate courts repeatedly refused to hear the evidence and dismissed the case, as ordered by the US Defense Department. The petitioners pursued their cause to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) however, and on January 5, a panel of judges began their deliberations about whether to hear the case or not. Such deliberations can go on for weeks, but it took them only 3 days to decide: “petition denied.”

How the judiciary is being sabotaged

The American people are taxed more heavily than medieval serfs to fund the institutions of their government so that these could, among other things, adjudicate such important questions as whether some Americans are in fact slaves or not. In this sense, the courts’ refusal to hear Robert v. Austin is an egregious failure of the system. In my article, C0VlD l9 hoax goes to courtI laid out why that is: the U.S. is presently operating under a covert, hybrid totalitarianism. Further to the adoption of globalist public health emergency laws, an extensive turn-key absolutism has been engineered within legitimate government structures. It has been designed to go into effect when either the Secretary of US Health and Human Services, or the head of the World Health Organization declare a pandemic. Such declaration could not be challenged by any democratic institution of government.

2+2=5. Corruption is integrity.

But the sabotage of the US judiciary has been much more extensive than that. As professor Jonathan Turley pointed out, there has been an open debate in legal and academic circles about using bribery to influence judges. In 2022, a Georgetown law professor openly encouraged more “aggressive” measures targeting the justices.  Seton Hall Law Assistant Dean Brian Sheppard called for Congress to “buyout” Supreme Court justices.

Sheppard proposed that offering them “large sums of money could be effective without harming the integrity of the institution… Congress should offer substantial buyouts to any Supreme Court justices who retire when they reach 10 years of service on the High Court. … To overcome the considerable allure of ideological power, the sum should be in the millions.” He further suggested that “If Congress cannot be persuaded to pass a buyout plan, then President Biden might be able to gather sufficient discretionary funds for that purpose with money under his control.”

Could anybody in their right mind actually believe that offering bribes to judges wouldn’t impact their integrity? I don’t think anyone is that dumb, but it seems that we have well and truly reached the 2+2=5 state of things. Ignorance is strength. War is peace. Slavery is freedom. Corruption is integrity.

You can take silver, or you can have the lead instead!

When bribes are being offered by people in power, declining the offer always cones at considerable personal risk. For judges who maintain their personal and professional integrity, there are stronger methods of persuasion. In 2020 for example, judge Esther Salas was assigned to handle a Jeffrey Epstein-related money laundering class action suit against Deutsche Bank. A few days later, someone dispatched an assassin to Ms. Salas’ home. She survived the assassination attempt because she stepped out for a random errand, but the assassin killed her son and wounded her husband.

This certainly wasn’t an isolated case. The botched assassination and the subsequent “suicide” of the assassin made it too obvious to ignore, but the practice of bribing or threatening judges is  widespread. Before Salas, we also had the bizarre case of the Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia‘s sudden death which stimulated some conspiracy analysts into action. Justice John Roberts‘ pattern of conduct strongly suggests that he’s been had. It’s routine business, it seems, and the way it’s done was explained to us by the NSA whistleblower Russell Tice. In 2013, he gave an interview on the “Boiling Frogs radio podcast with Sibel Edmonds and Peter Collins” in which he testified as follows:

“They [NSA] went after – and I know this because I had my hands literally on the paperwork for these sort of things – they went after high-ranking military officers; they went after members of Congress, both Senate and the House, especially on intelligence committees and on the armed services committees and … judicial. But they went after others too. They went after lawyers and law firms. All kinds of – heaps of lawyers and law firms. They went after judges. One of the judges is now sitting ont he Supreme Court that I had his wiretap information in my hand. Two are former FISA court judges. They went after State Department officials. They went after people in the executive service that were part of the White House…”

Mr. Tice said that NSA also targeted antiwar groups, civil rights groups, multinational corporations, banking and financial firms, NGOs and Red Cross and added this disturbing bit:

“This was in the summer of 2004. One of the papers that I held in my hand was to wiretap a bunch of members associated with, with a 40-something-hear-old wannabe senator from Illinois… that’s the President of the United States now.”

Of course, Tice was referring to Barack Obama. In a different interview, he also mentioned that the Secretary of State, General Colin Powell had been targeted. This might explain why Powell disgraced himself by giving false testimony about Saddam Hussein’s mobile biolabs to United Nations Security Council in order to justify US invasion of Iraq.

Who is actually in charge?

The institutions of our governing systems may have been created for the right reasons but for a long time, while we were being distracted, they have been systematically corrupted and sabotaged. If every person in power, from the US President on down, is a target of bribery, blackmail or assassination, we are operating in a system that’s very different the one that has been advertised to us. The facade of effective checks and balances and equal justice for all is a fiction, there only to lull us into passive acquiescence to the covert rule of clandestine forces behind the throne. Who might those forces be? I have answered that question in an article I published during the pandemic and which I will revisit next.”


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