LETTER TO THE EDITOR

We THE People of Michigan have given notice to the Governor and Michigan Bar of the Peoples grand juries commencing investigations into the corruption and abuses of courts and public offices.

THE People established grand juries in several counties in 2011 – 2012 with published notices. Grand juries are recognized in the Bill of Rights in the Seventh (7th) Amendment and by U.S. Supreme Court rulings, the most robust being U.S. v. Williams (1992). Justice Antoine Scalia, writing for the majority, said, “It belongs to no branch of the institutional government, serving as a kind of buffer or referee between the Government and the people…The 7th Amendment demands a functioning grand jury independent from the judicial branch with power to investigate criminal wrongdoing requiring no authorization from any court.”

People across America are working to return justice to our outofcontrol courts and public offices. Attorneys and Judges have worked overtime throughout the past 100 years to destroy and hide from the People lawfull due process and grand juries, the very method that can return liberty to the People.

Attorneys and Judges say the Common Law has become outdated, obsolete and that the 7th Amendment Grand Jury is for the exclusive use of federal courts. Anyone with experience in the state courts will tell you that the “Bill of Rights” has been over-thrown by Attorneys and Judges who believe they are above the law. Only when the People become aware of this attitude and mind set of the legal industry will the People, through Grand Juries, be able to secure our unalienable Rights and Liberty. Call 1-989-450-5522, 2: PM to 7: PM Monday thru Thursday.

Johnny Angel Grayling Mich.

STATEMENTS AND OPINIONS STATED IN THIS LETTER TO THE EDITOR ARE NOT THOSE OF THE PUBLISHER!

Friday, November 9, 2012

Nikita Kruschev 1959 Quote


--And so it has become …


4 comments:

  1. For all of you Mormon haters out there, you can thank the Mormon president Ezra Taft Benson for that quote.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTkxQQXIWj4

    He was secretary of agriculture under Eisenhower and he, Benson, was the one who met with this communist; who boasted that he would bring down America. Benson tried to warn America. But he's a Mormon so nothing he had to say was worth listening to, right? enjoy your socialism you evangelicals. And if there are any of evangelicals that didn't vote for Romney because he is a Mormon, and you think Obama is the lesser of two evils, you deserve what you get.

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  2. Um, not an actual quote from Krushchev. Seriously, Google it.

    http://urbanlegends.about.com/b/2008/11/13/bogus-khrushchev-quote-makes-the-rounds-again.htm

    You know what tipped me off, besides the way it was so awkwardly worded (a statesman like Krushchev wouldn't talk like that)? The fact that Socialism and Communism are two totally different things. You can't 'turn' Socialism into Communism or vice versa. And you can't give people 'doses' of either, either. Political and economic models don't work like that.

    Either way, just thought readers should know.

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    1. Socialism is a base for communism and you can't trust either snopes or urban legends when it comes to something political.

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  3. it's true that he may not have said it exactly that way - Benson is recounting the conversation he had with Krushchev and summarizing. Benson's speech is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=SI_aw1A_ssg

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