Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Purifying the US Legal System

One of our organization's exempt purposes is to purify the US legal system. The first step is to re-introduce Universal Law as the basis for our legal system so that it can become the basis for the international legal system. For world peace to come, every person on the planet had to be exposed to Universal Law.

Not all people live according to Universal Law. People all over the world go about their lives with no regard for human rights. Crimes are being perpetrated and justified by people who have no social conscience, and on every level. The Iraq War was an act of revenge, which is based on five power games, including war, genocide, massacres based on greed, slavery and terrorism. Two are based on weaving an illusion--genocide and slavery--so imagine that there are more and more of these deplorable crimes being committed every day, in every nations, and they seem to be justified acts to the perpetrators.  

The US legal system has basic premises, and one is that someone is presumed innocent until proven guilty. That is because you cannot defend yourself from prejudice and ulterior motives. The rise of heinous crimes comes about because how can children, for example, defend themselves at all? It is up to the courts to defend you, but our nation's legal system went off course when the perspective of our government was limited to two levels--constitutional law and federal law. 

The Universe has three levels--Universal Law, constitutional law and federal law. The levels are known as Principles, Power and Project, or Father, Mother and Son. By limiting the perspective to two levels--Power and Project, our legal system started to become chaotic and contradictory. 

I have been sending in briefs to attorneys* who are taking our presidents, past and present, to court for unconstitutional executive orders and foreign policies, starting with Saleh v. Bush, in which an Iraqi woman is taking George W. Bush to court to redress grievances that occurred during the Iraq War. This is her constitutional right to do so, even if she is not a citizen of the United States. This is part of the Bill of Rights, and it is there to insure that our government does not become tyrannical to the people. The attorneys who are defending the presidents are relying on constitutional laws and federal laws, but omitting Universal Law of Cause and Effect. 

No one has the right to invade a sovereign nation, and to topple their government. While it may seem to be in the best interests of the United States, and even a matter of security, and it may even be appear to be constitutional to do that, it goes against Universal Law and there will be backlashes to that power game, and that is proven by the Iraq War. 

No one has the right, under Universal Law, to take away the rights of another person, no matter how old or their race or religion. If you do, you lose your own rights, which are granted to each of us by our Creator and guaranteed to us by the Constitution. While the Iraq War seemed to be justified, and the preemptive strike has become a policy that may be used again, it is an unlawful act under Universal Law--and constitutional law and federal law. 

I have started a new blog to address Purifying the US Legal System.

*I have sent in the briefs, but it is up to the attorneys to decide whether to use them in court. As the principal of the organization whose exempt purpose is to purify the US legal system, I have the right to offer a brief and to function as an expert witness in court.