From the April 2007 Idaho Observer:

Simple logic: We are slaves of THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Authority corrupts itself. Since the Constitution became the supreme Law of the Land in 1787, government officials and judges have warred against that instrument. In order to gain the enormous power the government wields against Americans today, its judges first had to become enemies and traitors to the Constitution and to the American people. Today, the federal government has thousands of laws in its Title 18 and Title 21, all created and passed without the knowledge or consent of the people, but that control all aspects of Americans’ lives. To prove this fact, compare the government’s laws in its Title 18 and Title 21, to Article I, Section 8, and to Article VI, Clauses 2 and 3 of our Constitution, and to Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. 137, 176-77, 180 (1803). You will find that none of the government’s laws can even remotely be connected to one of the 18 clauses of Article I, Section 8, which explicitly restricts the government’s limited powers. Therefore, today the federal government, its president, Congress, judges, prosecutors and its police are acting without authority from the Constitution. Thus, they are nothing more than criminals and tyrants and are traitors to the Constitution and to the American people.

Those who do not believe this fact, need only to get a copy of the Constitution of the United States and go to Article I, Section 8, which explicitly enumerates the government’s limited powers. Then proceed to the first 10 amendments to that instrument which further limits government’s powers. Continue on to Article VI, Clause 2 and 3, noting that it declares that the Constitution shall be the supreme Law of the Land and; that any law made by the government shall be made in harmony with the Constitution and; that Congress, all government officials, including judges, shall take an oath to support the Constitution as the Law of the Land and shall be bound thereby.

Now compare these controlling constitutional authorities to what ever act a government actor (FBI or ATF agent, judge or congressperson) has done, or is doing to you or someone you know and see if you can locate which clause of Article I, Section 8, authorizes that action by that actor. You will find that you cannot find such clause in Article 8.

Carry your copy of the Constitution with you at all times, and when you encounter one of these tyrants, present our supreme Law of the Land to them and demand that they show you what clause of that instrument explicitly authorizes their act against you. First, the tyrant cannot do that, because he or she is acting without authority from the Constitution and, thus, is a tyrant. Second, the tyrant is going to treat you like the government slave you have become, because the government has nullified all of your rights guaranteed by the Constitution. Therefore, you are treated as such; a slave of the government.

The majority of American "citizens" are too terrified of the government tyrants to demand of them, that they show just where the Constitution explicitly authorizes their actions.Therefore, through this terror, millions of Americans have stood by while these tyrants have unlawfully imprisoned their children, wives, husbands, fathers and mothers and grandparents. To prove to yourself that the government has unlawfully imprisoned your loved one, obtain a copy of the federal law (the indictment) that the government used to imprison your loved one and compare that law to the above mentioned Articles of the Constitution. You will find that that law (statute) is not authorized by that instrument. If you wish to really discover the complete government slave that you and your loved one has become, take your copy of the Constitution and go to the government’s courthouse (that took millions of your dollars to build) and go to the judge that unlawfully incarcerated your loved one and ask that judge to point to the specific Clause of Article I, Section 8, that explicitly authorized the government and that judge to imprison him.

You will find out four things. One, the Constitution does not even remotely authorize your loved one’s imprisonment; two, the judge CANNOT and WILL NOT point to one of the Clauses of Article I, Section 8, that explicitly authorized that imprisonment; three, that the judge and prosecutors are real and actual tyrants; and four, that the government considers that you are nothing more than a slave, with no rights.

Now, what are you going to do about that?

William J.R. Embrey,

Oxford, Wisconsin

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