The hue and cry from authority is a new world order, a secret order. Nazi Germany, a secret order, came and went in 13 years—flat on the ground. The Soviet Union, a secret order, began in 1917 and ended in 1991. The Holy Roman Catholic Church, a secret order, has exerted tremendous influence for centuries in the poorest of nations. Is that merely a coincidence? History tells us that the world’s intelligentsia is not all that intelligent.
Secret orders have been around since the year one, people who think their superior intelligence is far ahead of the masses. They form secret orders. The U.S. Military-industrial complex is a secret order. A growing number of whistleblowers are coming out of seclusion, revealing an earthshaking story on anti-gravity craft and extraterrestrials. The deal struck was alien technology for our cooperation. The U.S. military agreed to allow extraterrestrials to experiment on us.
It’s always for “the good of all,” or so the intelligentsia says. And who are we “stupid” people to object, says the chief architect of Obama’s Affordable HealthCare Act, Jonathan Gruber.
Millionaire Leona Helmsley said, “only the little people pay taxes.” Is that true? I’ve got a story to tell.
Today, President Obama will explain to the American people why he must use his executive authority to grant five million illegal aliens Social Security cards and the right to work in America. What he is doing is no different than what Presidents Reagan, Bush and Clinton did—and above their authority. I guess that makes what Obama is doing O.K.
Throughout America’s history, presidents have exceeded their authority. The government’s authority has been exceeded over and over in America. The Bill of Rights in America’s Constitution is worthless if the individual doesn’t demand his rights. But what can the individual do when authority says no? Might makes right, or does it? The question remains unanswered.
The Fifth Amendment in the Bill of Rights states that the individual has the right to due process of law. Authority makes the determination. The law is what authority says it is. This being the case, ultimately, governments fall—every last one of them, as history records.
Case in point: As long as I could live a prosperous life, it would have been stupid to challenge authority. At age 49, however, my life fell into ruin. Authority caused it, in my view. I had nothing left to lose when I challenged authority. I joined the ranks of millions of Americans, but instead of going to government for help, I threw down the gauntlet, all by myself, against the advice of lawyers.
The American people hated me for it. The press labeled people like me nutcakes who didn’t want to pay their “fair share” of the tax burden. The courts called people like me “spurious constitutional objectors.” The Internal Revenue Service, who called me a “Fifth Amendment freak,” took it upon itself to make me pay a penalty for my stand. This is a service? I don’t think so. I think it is acting as judge and jury. At any rate, it gave me the right to take the IRS to court, which I did.
I had the right to petition the U.S. Tax Court. My case was based on the supposition that the government had exceeded its authority in Federal income tax. The U.S. Tax Court is only authorized to hear cases involving alleged mistakes made by the IRS. The IRS was ordered to correct its mistake. But the IRS saw it as challenging the system. I didn’t have that right. That’s true. The IRS ignored the Tax Court order. Knowing my reason, three U.S. District Courts threw out my complaint. The U.S. Court of Appeals ignored the Tax Court order. The U.S. Supreme Court ignored the Tax Court Order. Obstruction of justice is what authority says it is. Nevertheless, the IRS “mistake” was more than an effort to uphold the law. It was fraud, in fact part of the greatest fraud of all times. No way was I going to let the makers and keepers of the law get away with this. Higher Law was behind me.
During America’s Great Depression, when 25 percent of America’s workforce was not able to find work, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared that government had the “inherent duty,” even if it was not written in the Constitution, to keep unemployed workers from “starving.” The Supreme Court disapproved of a permanent change in the law, namely New Deal law. Thanks to packing the Supreme Court with judges favoring Roosevelt’s fraud, a fatal change in the law, with the majority of the voters depending on government, America in its present state of decline, proof of fraud replacing the law, here was this individual, an anarchist—all by myself—challenging “the law,” not one soul behind this outrageous behavior.
In my Webster’s College Dictionary, under anarchist, I read this: “the theory that regards the absence of all direct or coercive government as a political ideal and that proposes the cooperative and voluntary association of individuals and groups as the principal mode of organized society.”
With my dictionary’s view of anarchy, the Pilgrims left Europe’s authoritarian cesspool and sailed on the Mayflower to America, many to die on the way. Those who survived the voyage, weak and facing a cold New England winter, were it not for the help they received from native Americans, they would have perished. Traditionally, American families come together to give thanks for their blessings on November 27. Indeed, were it not for early America’s helping one another, these refugees from European authority would not have become a great nation.
The idea of self-government was strong in America. With my view the same—by definition, I’m an anarchist, same as Pilgrims—the same as Europe’s, I’m against the present day establishment in America.
America’s authority gave me living proof that one cannot rely on external authority. I decided to go public. I took the court record to the press. The Palm Beach Post put me in touch with their court advisor, Joe Brogan. I left my court record with Joe. A week later, he called me with questions. At the end of our conversation, Joe said my court record was unbelievable. He was going to pursue the issue.
A month later, on the front page of The Palm Beach Post Local News, this headline: “Taxpayer wages 11-year feud with IRS.”
We read: “Holger Euringer, IRS public relations officer in Jacksonville, said last week that the agency had been wrong all along and that Smith soon would receive a letter of apology from the IRS district director.” He was lying. I received a threatening letter from the district director.
Are the American people obliged to accept and suffer whatever their government decides is the law? Jesus said the law is within the individual. He opposed external authority. In my Constitution, as distinguished from authority’s Constitution, mine has for its background the Higher Law of the universe. Governments come and go because they always sooner or later become intolerably corrupt.
In the Bible, we are informed that we are blessed with immortal souls. That does not mean we die and go to a place called Heaven or to a place called Hell. We are conscious beings—born out of a state of consciousness without boundary. Any law that binds us to a place is automatically man’s law. When we die, we return to the state from which we came.
Now in the twilight of life, and counting my blessings, I don’t know how my life could be any better. It was not the luck of the Irish. It was because I believed in Higher Law. I want to give back what I’ve learned through experience in a long, adventurous life.
In my experience, the government’s duty is to you and I. It is not to a welfare state—and you without rights.
Our duty is to our maker and keeper. Listen carefully to Obama’s message and make up your minds where your allegiance lies. Jesus said you can’t serve two masters. When you die, God won’t ask where you lived. He’ll ask whether you robbed Peter to pay Paul. That applies to the illegal and legal, including Barack Obama.
I hope that which blesses me will be heard by my readers and that they will also spread the message. The truth will set you free.