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Interpreting the Constitution

Posted by Bob on May 24th, 2012 under Coaching Session

The British Constitution is not written down. So it consists entirely of  Statutes and interpretations.

So if all original copies of the original United States Constitution disappeared, would that have the slightest effect on the Constitution itself?

Of course not.

That makes it clear that the Constitution has nothing to do with a document. As with the British Constitution, what matters is its MEANING.

Today Americans say that the Supreme Court is the Constitution. In fact the current opinion of five of he nine members of the Court is the Constitution. This makes the Supreme Court the Supreme Branch of Government. When the Court rules, both the executive and legislative branches only exist to ENFORCE the Constitution, meaning the opinion of five members of the Supreme Court.

In 1803, when the Court began to assume its role in Constitution, most of the authors of the written document were still alive. The Federalist Papers barely mentioned the court, except to point out that it would be the weakest branch of the new government.

Today, your civics course refers to three COEQUAL Branches set up by the Founders, so that the fact that of what two of the Founders said about the Judicial Branch means nothing compared to Father Mommy Professor’s dictates.

In fact, when one Branch BECOMES the Constitution, those two Founders are even wronger.

Actually, each Branch has interpreted the Constitution. President Tyler said he only vetoed bills which he considered as violating the Constitutional power of Congress. When the Court decided that the Indians still owned a major part of Georgia, President Jackson vetoed the decision by refusing to enforce it.

The platform on which Lincoln won the election of 1860 had as its main plank a refusal to enforce the Dred Scot Decision. Article III requires Congress to limit the appellate powers of the Supreme Court.

In the case of secession the final decision was made by an fourth branch of the Federal Government, the armed forces.

And in the end it is this Fourth Branch which interprets and enforces the Law of truly unfortunate Lands. That is what a Constitution is meant to PREVENT.

  1. #1 by Dave on 05/24/2012 - 11:05 am

    It is standard operating procedure that elites come in after a contest of arms and use tricks to reverse the result. The American Constitution was the MEANS the results of the American Revolution was over turned in very significant ways. The proof is today we suffer tyranny in every aspect of government, while armies of highly compensated lawyers repeat the lie that we are free using “Jesuit reasoning” tricks (Wordism) to suppress us.

    Robert Whitaker is absolutely right that heroes on the battlefield never altered history one bit. Gunfire never gets you anywhere.

    Think again if you think the Mantra is not a real weapon. As a weapon, the Mantra is as real as it gets.

  2. #2 by stradivari on 05/24/2012 - 2:51 pm

    They say the Constitution lives, and that it is embodied by th Supreme Court, those guys in dresses(and even the women look like guys).

    I say the Supreme Court is best ignored. They would rule that I’m unconstitutional. Ofcourse as always, ‘they’ are anti-white.

    Look at anything bad and you’ll find an anti-white.

  3. #3 by Jason on 05/24/2012 - 10:26 pm

    Speaking of power politics, although off topic, I wonder if this is part of the reason unions are spending a fortune in Wisconsin to get rid of Walker? Are they desperately trying to keep as many Whites as possible on the Democrat side, so that the increasing racial nature of politics won’t be as obvious? As more Whites flee one a party, that party becomes a bit stigmatized as “the black/brown” party, and they don’t want that.

  4. #4 by steadiness on 05/25/2012 - 1:59 am

    The red team and the blue team in recent years have both supported mass immigration and redistribution. The blue team because each illegal alien and anchor baby is an unregistered Obama voter, the red team because the corporate interests that seem to run the red team want cheap labor.

    We all know, and I think there’s a growing consciousness on the part of white Americans everywhere, that the blue team is a coalition of minorities and disaffected whites. I expect economic issues to stop dividing the parties as strongly as they become more fully defined in terms of race.

    Teddy Roosevelt was a Republican. He busted some trusts, created the FDA and passed the Meat Inspection Act, and said some very aware things about race (that modern “Progressives” would be embarrassed by).

  5. #5 by The Old Man of the Mountain on 05/25/2012 - 8:08 am

    There are Indian Reservations here in America.

    Where are the White Reservations?

    Where on Earth do White Folks have a White Homeland set aside for our Future?

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