Supremes And The Protocols -
Where Did Our House Go?

By Ted Lang
c. 2005 All Rights Reserved
Okay, I'll admit it! I'm madder than hell at the Supreme Communists of the United States, sometimes inappropriately referred to as a "court," as in "court jesters." And they have also adjudicated that I have to take it more and more. As they abolish Christianity in the name of diversity and pro-Semitism, and take away our Tens [Ten Commandments, Ten Amendments, a.k.a. the Bill of Rights] they, in one stupid fell swoop, have not only abolished all private property, but the United States of America itself! We no longer exist.
Now, I know how you all feel - I know this seems as the ultimate insult upon our basic intelligence as well as the crushing destruction of our few remaining liberties. But before we go into what must be done to nullify the most recent idiocy "handed down" from on high by the Supreme Soviet, permit me to recall the words of President Andrew Jackson when addressing a ruling he didn't like from Chief Justice John Marshall: "John Marshall made his decision, now let him enforce it." This quote serves well in providing the appropriate answer to our ignorant Communist retirees.
To begin with, we must return to those thrilling days of yestercentury, when Humanity was first exhilarated by learning to walk the walk and talk the talk as concerns that most basic understanding of this brief moment we call "life." And what Humanity discovered and learned a couple of centuries ago was the inherent total liberty intended for each and every individual human being. This is why God must always be mentioned whenever a discussion revolves around both freedom and the history of our former once-great nation.
Government, "the state," has throughout all of history demonstrated its hatred and contempt for humanity and any semblance of individual freedom. It still continues to do so today. Human life is inconsequential to the top ministers and profiteers of the state; to them only their own lives are of any consequence, and all others exist merely to enhance their enjoyment of life having so cleverly maneuvered themselves into positions of power over the people.
The great thinkers of the 17th and 18th centuries, notable speculators and articulators of God's intended purpose, offered that it begins with individual human freedom. And it was expressed by John Locke that individual freedom is given to Man by his Creator directly in the form of life, liberty and property. The Founders embellished the concept of property as convertible by its owner for use in generating profit: a farm, or inn, blacksmith's shop, store, etc. This, along with the nullification of the concept of God as justification for the "divine right" to rule applicable only to kings and queens, is the essence of the Declaration of Independence.
The Declaration pointed out that when it came to God, He was on the side of the little guy, not one-size-fits-all Big Brother government. And our Founding Document explains that government exists only to that end in protecting individual freedom. Should government fail to do that, then the people who had consented to such government can remove it and replace it with another.
I don't believe in coincidences, but lean more in a direction that certain happenings are planned by a much greater Mind. We are being driven in a certain direction for a reason. And those who denigrate true and factual observations as regards the influence over public opinion by a controlled media, and who don't believe in conspiracy theories, can now be readily identified for the fools they really are.
When one reads all the accounts, articles and commentary, there is nothing other than an endless sea of doom and gloom. As I said earlier, even I couldn't believe of this outrage of mindless stupidity. Does the Supreme Court really believe we've lost our collective memories, our ability to reason, our inner moral compasses? Apparently so.
Just looking at the basis for our nation's founding and we can certainly appreciate the comments carried on Alex Jones' website: "Private property rights are the foundation of freedom. Now developers can pay off your local politicians and then come in and steal your property without even giving you best use price. Imagine middle class neighborhoods across America being bulldozed because developers have written up a proposal for making more money off of your property. Either it's your property or it isn't. The United States is simply going back to feudalism. In medieval England, before the Magna Carta, in 1214 the local lord would decide what you could and could not do with the King's property. This ruling overturns 800 years of common law and common sense. It butchers the Bill of Rights. To put it frankly, it's gone. So many Americans are asking why the Justices would make such a decision, overtly, 180 degrees away from freedom. That's the point. It's in your face."
In his great article on, Joseph Weinstein quotes from the Protocols of Zion, a book he says he has read with disbelief about ten times: "The aristocracy of the GOYIM as a political force, is dead - We need not take it into account; but as landed proprietors they can still be harmful to us from the fact that they are self-sufficing in the resources upon which they live. It is essential therefore for us at whatever cost to deprive them of their land. This object will be best attained by increasing the burdens upon landed property -- in loading lands with debts. These measures will check land-holding and keep it in a state of humble and un-conditional submission."
The preceding needs no explanation. "All politics is local" now becomes the new battle cry for America. In a way, I'm glad it happened. When I fired my framing subcontractor in the middle of the enormous housing boom in 1985 for not showing up at our initial meeting and not even offering an apology, I pulled a Woodrow Wilson and asked my wife and myself: What have I done? She offered: "Just go next door and talk to the [professional] builder's framers and see if they'll just stay around and frame our house for us next." It worked out just fine.
My masonry contractor knew the framer I initially picked and offered: "He did you a favor - he told me a while back he doesn't give a damn anymore, and doesn't care if his work is off plan, not plumb and out of square." And that is precisely how we should view this most recent full frontal assault on our liberty.
We had to live in a motel for four and a half months. Not being able to stay in town because of yet another collapsed real estate deal, we had to travel almost an hour to get to our construction site. I slapped cement with my bare hands, hung doors, dug ditches, swept and cleaned up the site, and had to break up near fist fights between subcontractors. We really had to physically, mentally and emotionally work hard to build our home. And now in the same week that I've been threatened by the town council with yet another property tax involving septic tank operations, the Supreme Soviet abolishes ALL property. Where do you keep most of your private property?
The fight now becomes a very local issue, where most of the former "public use" aspect of eminent domain pertains. Over 10,000 such private property issues have surfaced in recent years. The time has come to rein in the state at all levels. And what greater motivator for the stupid GOYIM than to protect and defend their own homes from the real "Robber Barons?" Coincidence? Never! I started a citizens' action group six months ago, and have already sent my council a three page letter telling them "NO!" I'm involving local homeowners as well as the local newspapers, all of which I have written for. Now I'll write another letter, and will also be sure to enclose Mr. Weinstein's excellent lead-blocking article. Thank you Mr. Weinstein! And thank you Mr. Rense!
Ted Lang is a political analyst and freelance writer.



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