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( An Opinion by Judge Navin-Chandra Naidu)
The sons of Issachar understood the times, and knew what needed to be done. (1 Chronicles 12:32, Holy Bible)
The time has come for the People of America to do something quickly to take back the country from irresponsible government. If we fail, or refuse to act and react, we will lose our identity, our dignity, our destiny, our future, our dreams - forever. As government gets stronger, we get weaker. As government looms larger, we get smaller and more insignificant. Time to change the dynamics. The Declaration of Independence recognizes and validates the Peoples’ need to alter, or abolish the government if it is destructive to good governance, and to institute a new government in its place. The rule of law and the role of justice favor the People. If you remain silent now, you will be permanently silenced. Quit being the silent majority. WAKE UP. STAY ALERT, AGILE AND AWAKENED. SAVE YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY.

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. (Preamble, U.S. Constitution)
It is up to the People to take stock of the situation and to take steps to restore and redeem the country – with all its rich and varied resources – for its general welfare, safety and security. “… in order to form a more perfect Union. . .” simply means that the experiment called America is not true and tested as yet as it is a continuous process until “perfection” is achieved if at all that is possible given the frailties and vagaries of humanity. But the Founders and Framers wanted a “more perfect Union” not just a perfect one !
To get this done right and proper, the People cannot rely on the government – municipal, county, state and federal. People need to rely on themselves. Read the Preamble to the US Constitution again, and again, and again. It’s all about People power, pure and simple. No esoteric interpretation, casuistry, or sophistry required. Literal reading is all that’s required to understand and know its import.
A constitutional Police Force is certainly lacking and utterly necessary in our communities if the 2nd Amendment means anything:
A well regulated Militia (armed citizenry), being necessary to the security of a free State, the right (enforceability) of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
The presence of the 2nd Amendment can be felt by its total absence in our communities. No interpretation required. Pretty straightforward stuff. No mention, implied or express, of the need to apply for a concealed weapons license, and other such aberrations or spins to the supreme law of the land. It presupposes that the militia (armed citizenry) will behave responsibly without being trigger happy – like the cops.
The same-sex marriage advocates and supporters of the recent U.S. Supreme Court that acknowledged and validated same-sex marriage in all 50 States have skewered the applicability of the 2nd Amendment with their own unsubstantiated opinions and weak but popular views fraught with twisted and deranged interpretations instead of obeying consecrated legal principles that emanate from the Scriptures. Ant act of disobedience to God’s Word is the same as an Article III judicial interpretation of the equal protection law mandate of the 14th Amendment! You will notice the word “right” instead of “immunity” in the 2nd Amendment. You will also want to know that a right is a legally protected interest enforceable in a court of law, whereas an immunity does not invoke a right to be enforceable in the first place. Some argue that the 2nd Amendment is a relic of the frontier days. Why the devil did the Congress not repeal it? After all, it made 17 extra Amendments to fortify government into the Constitution at the expense of the People.
It is time to act and react, Folks. Take care of the country and its resources. Take back the country. Cannot trust the (crooked) politicians. Government waste, corruption, malversation (corrupt behavior in a position of trust as a public official) and cronyism must stop.


A. Get organized, structured, ordained and established at the grassroots level. Choose a well-meaning leader who knows the Constitution.
Speak to your neighbors; to everyone who want to do something to reclaim their country from callous, cavalier, careless, and corrupt government; reclaim and redeem your rights as a People; let the word spread in your entire community and beyond.
Liberty and freedom mean nothing unless we put it into action. Show them the Preamble to the Constitution; show them the power entrusted to the People by the supreme law of the land – Article VI, section 2, U.S. Constitution:
This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the constitution or laws of any state to the contrary notwithstanding.

  1. The Congress cannot make any law that is not necessary of proper pursuant to the powers entrusted to it by Article 1, section 8 of the U.S. Constitution.

The Congress cannot make a law, or any law, that is not pursuant to the Constitution - meaning any law that goes against the provisions of the Constitution (including the Bill of Rights) can be declared unconstitutional as “repugnant to the Constitution.” Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. (1 Cranch) 137 (1803).  In The Federalist #78, Alexander Hamilton wrote about the judiciary’s power to strike down any congressional enactment that is "contrary to the manifest tenor of the Constitution." The Federalist Papers are often referred as to as the foundational bedrock or basis of the U.S. Constitution. Some legal scholars say Chief Justice John Marshall invented “judicial review” in Marbury because the Constitution provides for no such remedy. But “judicial power” is resplendent in Article III of the Constitution. The word “power” needs no further interpretation.

  1. Treaties and federal laws are part and parcel of the supreme law of the land despite the fact that the government (president, legislators and judges) violate them at any given opportunity. We the People ordained and established the Constitution to establish justice; insure domestic calm, peace and harmony; provide for the common defense (Constitutional Police); promote the general welfare; and to receive the blessings of God for ourselves, our children and the future generations (posterity); not for the government to use us, the People, as guinea pigs for further constitutional experimentation.

  1. state judges and state constitutions must obey, abide by, comply with, and adhere to the Constitution. But, that’s a different story for a different day.

B. Get a uniform and a sidearm. Make sure the uniform is emblazoned with the words Constitutional Police (CP). Memorize the Preamble, the 2nd Amendment, the 7th Amendment (Peoples Court) and the 9th Amendment (unenumerated rights cannot be denied or disparaged to the People).

C. Let the community know that the CP are available at a moment’s notice.
D. When a community resident is being evicted, the CP should step in and declare the rights of the homeowner based on un-extinguished Indian title. 18 United States Code Sec. 1151 (Indian country defined).
a) all land within the limits of any Indian reservation (continental America) under the jurisdiction of the United States Government (Washington D.C. 10 mile square only, Art. 1, sec. 8, U.S. Constitution), notwithstanding the issuance of any patent, and, including rights-of-way running through the reservation (continental America),
(b) all dependent Indian communities (Indians had treaties with the federal government; never asked for dependent status) within the borders of the United States (18 original colonies/States and Washington D.C.) whether within the original or subsequently acquired territory thereof, and whether within or without the limits of a state, and
(c) all Indian allotments, the Indian titles to which have not been extinguished, including rights-of-way running through the same.
I can guarantee every homeowner that your local County Tax Assessor will NOT be able to prove or evidence when Indian title to the land on which your home sits was extinguished. The property taxes they are collecting are totally unlawful and utterly illegal.
E. Make a Citizens’ Arrest of the evictor or any “law enforcement officer” that is threatening to evict the homeowner by changing the locks and throwing their personal effects out.
F. Make sure local media is present. Make the arrest without violence and never draw your weapon. Make sure you tell the arrested person that they have violated the U.S. Constitution under color of law and that they are being arrested and will be arraigned and tried within 24 hours.
G. Make sure we find and secure a commercial building where those arrested can be properly housed, fed, and otherwise treated fairly. Need doctors on call and paramedics as well. Peoples Court will be convened immediately upon arrest under Ecclesiastical (Public Law 97-280, 96 Stat. 1211 of 1982) and Tribal Law (28 USC Sec. 1738; 18 USC Sec. 2265, 25 USC Sec. 372a, 18 USC Sce. 1151, 1152, etc.) that have gained traction under international law, tribal law, ecclesiastical law and federal Indian law. Make sure there are armed guards around the building. Hopefully, some angel investor who believes in People power will donate this building for a truly worthy cause.
I. Please help spread the word.


  1. 500 People per community minimum

  2. A large building to house a jail, kitchen, a court, sleeping quarters, showers, toilets, laundry, and offices. On a 24/7 basis - three rotating shifts every day 365 days.

  3. Uniforms and side-arms

  4. Police vehicles

  5. Paramedics and doctors.

  6. Office equipment (computers, furniture, stationary, printers, etc.)

  7. Support staff

  8. Donations overseen by a reliable and trustworthy CPA and bookkeepers (if a million people would donate one dollar a month, we will have the wherewithal to make this a reality).

  9. Dedication and commitment.

  10. Courage to do the right thing under the rule of law and equity.

  11. Continuing legal education (my department)

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing (Edmund Burke, Irish political theorist, British parliamentarian, philosopher, 1729 - 1797)

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