An American Defense Worker Suggests Four Ways Americans Can Fight Back Against The Rule Of Judges

Re: James Kirkpatrick’s blog post 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Mandates Driver’s Licenses for Illegals in Occupied Arizona

From: An American Defense Worker [Email him]

James Kirkpatrick makes a very good point about Judges in his blog about the 9th Circuit Court and states, “The contemporary American experiment in “self-government” is not really a form of administration, but an increasingly complicated con game in which Americans who believe in the Constitution, the rule of law, and some idea of a common good are the suckers.”

All however is not lost. Judges do often rule in such a way as to throw out legislative victories earned by the Historic American Nation but there are things that the Historic Americans can do.

1. In the long run, altering the metapolitical environment is essential. Currently, judges have in mind the metapolitics of the “civil rights” era in mind on any ruling. In other words, in this metapolitical environment as long as a court case favors non-whites in favor of the Historic Americans it’s OK. If the metapolitics change and the “civil rights” era nonsense is no longer seen as a moral good the judges will rule differently.[On Metapolitics, CounterCurrents.com, November 16, 2010

2. Historic Americans should not give judges the esteem they currently hold. Why not Saul Alinsky them….personalize and polarize!

3. The executive branch of the government can go to war with the judicial. Andrew Jackson famously ignored the Supreme Court ruling when he re-located the Cherokees in an important National Question issue. Why not in modern cases?

3. The legislative branch of government can also go to war with the judicial. If a judge strikes down one law, why not write and pass another?

4. Even without the measures above there is much that can be done. Immigration patriots need to recognize that the courts have ruled very consistently-immigration is a federal responsibility. Immigration skirmishes can be won at the state level and experience in activism can be gained but the ultimate victory is at the Federal level.

See previous letters from the same reader.