Books by A.O. Kime
"Metaphysical realities in America's politically-challenged democracy"
"A sagacious accounting of the Stone Age and the beginnings of civilization"
U.S. colleges and trade schools
Odd combination of directories you think? See 'faces'
A.O. Kime Articles:
Shoofly Village ruins
Stone Age history
Stone Age timelines
Stone Age tools
Dynamics of now
Evil (nature of)
Gift of life
Light (nature of)
Time (nature of)
Curse of science
Int'l Criminal Court
Rule of law
(2nd edition [re-edit] - Feb 2014) by A.O. Kime
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We beseech that Akashic, by tiferet men see,
Gnostics requite us for what demons that be,
in Hades waits Tartarus ye traitors to fear,
an onus bade leaders, his dispassionate ear.
Valhalla awaketh us, their warriors so bold,
bred of the bourgeoisie and peasants of old,
to haunt in the mountains and valleys below,
in village and hamlet, all nations thy know.
Americans too, for vows which didst glisten,
calleth old freedoms, adrift in the mission.
A.O. Kime (1941- )
Infringements upon the U.S. Constitution or Bill of Rights - or even the
attempts - are clearly criminal acts. In terms of the long-lasting
negative effects, successful degradations can easily be proven far worse
than the consequences from a major military attack such as against Pearl
Harbor or the World Trade Center. It is the equivalent to high treason
and those legislators responsible should be imprisoned.
Of course, such encroachments or attempted encroachments have never been criminalized in America. Legislators haven’t - and would likely never pass such a law which relegates it as treason. Surely enough legislators would reason - enough to kill the legislation - that it could put them in jeopardy somewhere down the line. Nonetheless, the public should clamor such a law exists.
However, it is also within regulations where violations occur. These regulations come by the trainload and range from encroaching on the property rights of businesses (smoking, operating hours, ad infinitum) to destroying businesses (family farms, industry in general). Of course, many violations occur in-between. America didn't achieve greatness from regulations but from freedoms.
Although federal ‘browbeating’ over health and social issues does not fall under the category of ‘regulations‘, it has the same effect. Likewise having the same effect is ignoring the intent of laws designed to protect consumers or altering them… such as within criminal law. For example, minor transgressions which have been considered minor offenses (misdemeanors) for centuries are now designated as major crimes (felonies).
By not enforcing those laws which protect society (i.e. anti-trust laws) and by vastly increasing the penalties for petty offenses makes a mockery of the Bill of Rights.
That’s not to imply all laws and regulations are bad however… or the
governance in America as a whole. But in order to achieve a ‘more
perfect union’ one is forced to focus on its problems and errant ways.
For this purpose the good things are put aside.
Yet, without these definitions of treason these ‘good things’ will soon be overshadowed by the bad. The end result will be wholesale tyranny… although many believe it is already the case. However, part of this picture is corporate tyranny in the workplace.
While the framework of any constitution worth its salt tries to insure fairness - to allow for (or mandate) human rights in general - whether based on the tenets of the Magna Carta (1215), Bill of Rights (1791) or the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) - but, in respect to any of these, regulatory violations are exceedingly the case and there is little or no judicial oversight.
Although most official transgressions are deserving to be called ‘treason’ or ‘treasonous’, for far too long the authorities have been protected by sovereign immunity from ANY TYPE of prosecution. Congress looks upon the terms 'treason' and 'treasonous' as if outdated … as if people like Benedict Arnold don‘t exist anymore. Rarely does anyone hear these terms thrown around anymore - yet they are more applicable today than ever before. We hear only of ’espionage’ but its provisions don’t apply to creating unconstitutional laws and regulations.
While attempting to undermine one’s own government (in the various ways)
is commonly considered treason worldwide, attempting to undermine a
constitution should be no less a crime. While some countries do consider
it treason (i.e., Germany, Ireland) it must be through acts of violence.
Except, one doesn’t necessarily have to resort to violence to undermine
a constitution. Certainly not legislators and certainly not the
‘freehand bureaucrats’ who devise the regulations.
Of course, trying to undermine a government and trying to undermine a political party are two different things … you can try undermining a political party all you want. Competing parties do it each other all the time. That’s because a constitution is what represents a ‘government’ not political parties. Whether or not it operates as intended depends on the party administrators in charge.
Well, America isn’t being operated as intended and hasn’t for decades.
Every vote cast for a law or provision later deemed unconstitutional by
the U.S. Supreme Court should be (and must be) legally quantified as
treason. Likewise applicable to regulations and those who wrote them.
While any real American would agree - those true patriots who know what our
forefathers fought for - the most fervent voices come from our fallen
warriors… those who gave their lives to protect this way of life.
Nothing else explains why the word ’traitor’ blows in the wind.
Furthermore, any bureaucrat who conspires should be found guilty as well. For example, in the Obama health care debate whoever claimed their ’penalty’ is actually a ’tax’. This particular twisting of the meaning of words is clearly deceit and in this case designed to thwart the Constitution. Or as another example… that health care is really ‘interstate commerce’ because everyone eventually uses or needs it. It’s an asinine argument. If based on ’use’ or ‘need‘, going to the bathroom would constitute interstate commerce.
What’s next… that slavery actually means freedom?
In this respect, the practice of twisting the meaning of words in an official capacity - or in official publications (i.e. regulations) - should be crime unto itself. The intentional use of psychology (specifically psychologism) in an official capacity in order to deceive should not go unpunished.
While members of both political parties could be found guilty for past acts - as both have members rotten to the core with no regard for the constitution whatsoever - such a law would protect us from future attempts. Legislators would become more cautious about the votes they cast. They should know beforehand what is constitutional and what isn‘t. Likewise bureaucrats.
If legislation is questionable beforehand whether it is constitutional or not, then it’s bumping up against the intent… being then an attempt to gain jurisdiction over more territory. How can ‘robbing from the intent‘ be anything less than treason?
But it often takes years - sometimes decades - before the Supreme Court
will rule on the constitutionality of a law. While the law must be
challenged first, there’s no excuse for all the judicial dilly-dallying.
In the meantime, whether constitutional or not we’re forced to live by
If later deemed unconstitutional much harm can be done in those years or decades. Or, one segment of society could profit at the expense of others during this time. And, deviously, to benefit their political supporters legislators are taking advantage of this ‘lag time‘. America was never intended to be a part-time constitutional government.
Although the Republican party has major faults of its own - primarily catering to the wealthy at the expense of the working class and poor - even the middle class - it is the Democrats who more often try to thwart the Constitution. Democrats effectively believe the Constitution is the equivalent to the credo of an enemy. After all, our Constitution is anti-socialist. But, of course, for good and noble reasons.
It is clear, our founding fathers underestimated the ethical and moral fiber of today’s men and women and the reason this law is needed to protect our Constitution. Finally - at long last - it would be an instrument with teeth. Surely it would be unwise to continue leaving our Constitution so vulnerable.
Vulnerability is the reason banks have vaults, people lock their doors at night and why we fight forest fires which threaten neighborhoods. Is the Constitution less important? Or the Bill of Rights?
Currently only the Supreme Court stands between us and tyranny… but its
faults equates to long-lasting and reverberating faults. While Obama was
right in accusing the Supreme Court justices of “political activism” but
gone unmentioned was that it is those on the left - those most recently
appointed - who are the most guilty. That liberals are the most
guilty appears historically true as well.
But, whether liberal or conservative, to rule along contrary party-lines is the equivalent to spitting on the graves of our fallen soldiers. Moreover, it is a national disgrace. Since surely the justices know this is destroying the Supreme Court as an honorable and dependable institution - but nonetheless do it anyway - then it means they are letting agendas be the trump card.
But these agendas are also due to a lack of understanding.
As for the liberal-minded judges, they don’t seem to understand what America is all about. After all, liberalism is another creed… not the American creed. The American creed is about freedom and liberties. It is what our forefathers fought and died for. Excessive government regulations (intervention) can only lead to a police state and tyranny. Only an alien (un-American) mindset would pursue it.
As for the conservatives, they don’t seem to understand what ordinary people are all about. That said, their ‘protection’ of the Constitution is largely academic because the agenda of the Republican party is to use another path which leads towards a police state and tyranny. It is a path which creatively bypasses the Constitution, winds through the halls of the transnationalists (mega-corporations) and is paved with gold.
More specifically, the party-line of the Republicans is to always favor big business and big money… and the consequences are treasonous. After all, serving special interests is, in effect, ‘serving other forces‘. As an example, allowing products made by American companies with cheap labor overseas to be imported without tariffs. This despicable policy has displaced millions of American workers. How can catering to special interests - a practice which has the effect of harming the working class - not be considered treasonous?
While to a great extent the Democrats are in cahoots with the Republicans in allowing China free trade status - their palms get greased too - the treasonous agenda of the Democrats is to put all Americans in strait jackets even if it bankrupts the state. To them, freedoms have no place in a civilized society. Further, private businesses are the low man on the totem pole when it comes to rights. There is no fair shake… as if private businesses are deemed obstacles on the road to their welfare state.
The situation is horrid… one party strives to control our lives at all costs and the other wants to keep its foot on working man. As said, the only possible solution is to criminalize the act of harming America in an official capacity and for old times sake let’s call it treason . The scope should have no limitations either. If it harms it qualifies.
In trying to sum-up the overall situation one can only try adding
together what they see. The situation could be far worse or not nearly
as bad. Nobody really knows - with America having countless aspects with
endless influences of both good and bad, it’s impossible to ‘summarize‘.
Only one thing is certain… America is like a speeding locomotive with no
Nor is the media of any help… either they don’t know, won’t tell us or else spin the information. Their worst disservice is not addressing the logic behind why China was given “most favored nation” status (no import tariffs). After all, America continues to suffer greatly from this arrangement. Of course, we already know why… it’s to sate the aspirations of the transnationalists. It is absolutely, positively and exceedingly treasonous.
Only by exhuming and broadening the scope of treason as suggested can we regain control of this wayward choo choo train.
Although as if by divine design no one person can speak for the Tea Party - of loosely connected beliefs about natural God given rights, freedom and justice - invariably based on one’s own interpretation of that emanating from out of the blue - of what is right and what isn’t - the following represents my personal sentiments:
Like water is wet, doth freedom mean free,
exalteth no longer which may otherwise be,
shackles grow stronger, binding more taut,
thou makest believe thou prisoners be not.
Hereby be counselled within a twain score,
avow to these leges, make burdens no more.
STD LEX I
TREASON EXPOSED AND THE HISTORY REWRITTEN,
TRUTH IS REVEALED OF THAT JUDAS DEPICTION;
VAIN GLORY BEGONE AND MORE LIES WE FORBID,
NEVER ANEW SHALL STEALTH TREACHERY BE HID.
STD LEX II
WITH DUTIFUL VIRTUES MAKE LEGES APPEAR,
IRONCLAD ARMOR FOR WHAT MEN CLAIM DEAR;
BINDING THE BIRTHRIGHTS FOREVER OF MAN,
GUARD ETERNAL FROM ANY TREASONOUS PLAN.
Two begin for nations to follow,
vows to men expressively hallow;
for lex non scripta, common law,
make no mockery like Romans saw.
Begone Dark Ages, be thee aware,
bequeath us not your usual fare;
centuries came and sunsets sank,
danceth man on a pirate’s plank.
Grasp thee now our lyric dreams,
dabble not those arrant schemes;
thunder loud all freedom voices,
bloweth wind for innate choices.
STD LEX III
BEGIN THE PROCESS TO DISMANTLE THE MEANS,
CENSURE ALL BASIS FOR TREASONOUS SCHEMES,
TURN THE HEAT UP, MOST LOYAL TOWN CRIERS,
REVEAL THE BANE OF THE TREACHEROUS LIARS.
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