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Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 09:57:53 -0700
To: eagleflight <eagleflt@thumb.net>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: U.N. Charter is "supreme law" according to Senate

See the DRAFT Application for Intervention
of Right in the case of Hawks v. County of Butte,
now loaded in the Supreme Law Library at the URL
just below my name here:

/s/ Paul Mitchell

copy:  Supreme Law School

At 12:19 PM 10/15/97 -0400, you wrote:
>>Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 01:01:12 -0400
>>From: Dave Kuehne <dkuehne@erols.com>
>>Organization: The Malicious Militia
>>To: dkuehne@erols.com
>>Subject: Re: U.N. Charter is "supreme law" according to Senate
>>Great advice Cynthia. Thanks. Hope you don't mind me sharing
>>it with my list. --DaveK
>>---------- Forwarded Message ----------
>>_From: Cynthia Eleazer <Independence@southtech.net>
>>Dear Dave,
>>Most of us all know, and have known for some time, that the
>>federal government is operating unconstitutionally.  Many of the
>>people, though, have been convinced that, when it comes to
>>treaties or executive orders, that the federal government, or
>>president, has a right to do what they are doing and that
>>treaties can supersede the Constitution because of what Article
>>VI of the Constitution says.  But this is not true.
>>In the case of executive orders, Jackie Patru, who has a program
>>on Amerinet Broadcasting, says that the federal government has
>>admitted to her on three occasions that executive orders carry no
>>penalty if they are disobeyed.  And in the case of treaties
>>overriding the Constitution, those treaties (and any laws passed
>>in accordance with the treaties) are null if they are not in
>>compliance with the Constitution.  The Supreme Court has said so
>>in Reid v. Covert, 354 US 1 (1957) and other cases. So, just
>>because the government signs a treaty or international agreement,
>>it doesn't make it the supreme law of the land unless the treaty
>>doesn't violate the Constitution.
>>The problem, as I see it, is that most people do not realize that
>>this is so and that this has already been confirmed by the
>>Supreme Court.  And since not many people are aware of this,
>>including many patriots, the federal government continues to act
>>illegally, all the while spreading their lies and propaganda that
>>they can do what they're doing.
>>Colonel Archibald Roberts' plan is for us to inform our state
>>legislators, because they're just as ignorant of the states'
>>rights and Constitutional law as the average person on the
>>street.  He applies the Reid v. Covert case (see
>>=1>) and some other cases about the treaties, and especially
>>focuses on the original UN treaty and our military being put
>>under UN control for his proposed citizen plan of action.  I have
>>already written all my state legislators and gotten some
>>response.  Unfortunately, they were just about to adjourn at that
>>time and so it has been difficult to follow up with them, but I
>>intend to.
>>In addition to the Reid v. Covert case covering the issue of
>>treaties, we also have the recent Supreme Court opinion in the
>>Printz case about the Brady Bill, which covered more than just
>>the issue of sheriffs not having to perform all the duties put on
>>them by the Brady Bill.  It also says that the states do not have
>>to perform any mandate that the federal government decrees.  The
>>problem there, of course, is that, once again, the state
>>legislators are either ignorant of the states' rights or they
>>want to get that federal money, so they go ahead and conform the
>>state's laws with the federal laws so they'll get it.  They are
>>the real culprits - the state legislators.  They could protect
>>us, if they just would, and they could do as California has
>>proposed and not send the federal government the money in the
>>first place.  Most, if not all, of the governors, from what I've
>>heard, are NWO minions, so we can forget about their being any
>>help with federal government abuse.  Now they are the real
>>traitors, because they most likely know exactly what is going on.
>>Since we, the people, have been sold out by our state
>>governments, they are the ones that should be on the hot seat. 
>>Devvy Kidd and Rich Bellon (Director of Legal Research Institute
>>- 916-365-0158), are working on a civil rights lawsuit which they
>>plan to bring by next summer (yeah, I hope that's not too late,
>>too) where they're going to bring suit against one of the states
>>for not defending the rights and property of their people.  But
>>they need funds, of course, and are asking people to donate $100
>>to help with the lawsuit.  For the $100 you get regular updates
>>on the lawsuit and your name can be added to the suit anonymously
>>(through use of a trust).  All monies paid in will be kept in a
>>trust account until such time as they are needed for court costs
>>and attorneys' fees, and if they win (and they say they expect to
>>and have even picked the area where they're bringing the suit so
>>they can get good judges), and if there is any award by the
>>court, then those joining in the suit will receive a share and we
>>will have a precedent-setting case that should make the other
>>states take notice and get back in the business of constitutional
>>government.  And if they don't, then we all start suing them.
>>I know it is extremely frustrating to watch the federal
>>government continually trampling all over the Constitution.  But
>>if we can just get more people informed about what is going on,
>>and especially get our dumbed-down state legislators educated,
>>then maybe we have a chance to win this without actual bloodshed.
>>We have to try whatever legal remedies are at our disposal, and
>>there are many that no one is using.  We can always die later if
>>that doesn't work.  Admittedly, it may not, but I pray that it
>>does.  The patriot movement is being demonized daily in the
>>national media and we are in a no-win situation as things stand
>>now, even though we are on the side of right.  We must try to get
>>the truth out to many more people while we still have the chance
>>to speak openly.  But it is our responsibility to all the people
>>of this nation (even those who are not aware) to proceed in a
>>manner that is constructive, and peaceful, if at all possible.
>>I have a computer copy of Colonel Archibald Roberts' plan he
>>spoke of on the radio program last night.  It's in one of his
>>bulletins and cites the Supreme Court decisions and how we can go
>>about demanding our state legislatures to uphold their oath of
>>office and protect our rights and property.  If you'd like, I'll
>>be happy to send you a copy.  Just let me know. It is my feeling
>>that these legal actions are our best hope of  preserving freedom
>>while maintaining peace in this nation.  We must pick our battles
>>wisely or we will surely be defeated.
>>Cynthia Eleazer
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