Sunday, March 25, 2007

To the Justices of the United States Supreme Court

March 25, 2007 CE

1 First Street, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20543

The Constitution of the United States of America (4, March 1789):

FIRST AMENDMENT: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. (1791)

Though I very sincerely doubt that any of you will peruse this missive, I am compelled to compose it never the less, at the instigation of my own conscience.

You have been charged with the paramount duty to interpret the laws of the land as they concern the rights and protections so afforded each and every citizen of these United States, and thereafter, rule upon matters in concert with the supreme laws of this nation whereby said rulings will effect each and every man, woman and child who bears the title of U.S. Citizen. In fact, upon further consideration, it must be asserted that the sacred duty of sitting on the most exalted bench of our legal system may not be so easily discounted as a mere duty, as it were. Nay, it is a supreme privilege and honor, second only to, yet just as equal, the Presidency of the United States of America! And yet, you fail daily, millions of citizens whom have been deemed "Undesirables" by virtue of being incarcerated in the Black Hole of the American Corrections Industry.

Just as valid is the reality that you fail millions of hard working, tax paying citizens, (many whom are Honorably Discharged Veterans), wherefore "Equality" is A pals. But I'll get back to that. It is neither my intention, nor the mission of this communiqué to either insult your bench, or individ­ual characters. You do enough toward such ends on your own.

The reality is that while the framers of our Constitution had committed to parchment, in the script of new English, exactly what they had intended, it has since then been re-interpreted time and again by your very own predecessors, whom in my opinion, would have been deemed as traitors by the very architects of the famed Charta which is world renown and affords us the protections of civility which we allegedly enjoy as citizens! Fact is, our fore fathers most likely would have hung many of your predec­essors from the highest branches of the Liberty Tree, for treason, for trifl­ing with the very noble laws which they secured and then passed onto us in pursuit of life, liberty and the American dream.

Let us examine the 1st Amendment alone: 1) Congress shall make NO law resp­ecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. Perhaps no law has been committed to any legal tome, per sé, albeit, the society in which reside is rampant with signs all about us which we affirm the reality which loudly infers that Fundamental Christianity is indeed the unofficial state sponsored religion of the U.S…
1)"Shall not prohibit the free exercise thereof". What?!! Apparently none of you have ever toured any of this nation's Gulags! Where religious rights are non existent, save for those inmates whom adhere to one of the three Abrahamic faiths. Never mind the fact that the Religious Land Use And Insti­tutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA) of 2000 mandates that in order for any agency to receive Federal funds, they must afford religious accommodations to those whom seek them, and with the least restrictive means at that. That is the Supreme law as decided and upheld by your own bench. And yet, the overwhelm­ing majority of state and federal correctional administrations maliciously disregard both the spirit and the letter of the law, while they continue to file for and receive federal funds. This is tantamount to embezzlement free from penalty. A crime I would go to prison for, for a number of years!

2) "…or abridging the freedom of speech, or the press." Once more, this is another right which has been infringed upon and in the instance of most incarcerated citizens, completely eradicated under the fraudulent guise of 'Legitimate Penological Interest in the name of safety and security of the institutions and those incarcerated within them". This is a blanket tactic which requires no merit what so ever in order for authorities to deprive citizens of their Constitutional rights, where no danger exists at all. As for free speech in a public place, well, that requires a permit, lest one desires to accrue stiff financial penalties and risk their liberty with jail, or prison.

3) "…the right of the people peaceably to assemble". We've all seen the evening news casts which show the entire world our new interpretation of the right to peaceably assemble... Every time King George W. Bush, speaks somewhere, any crowd of peaceful protestors are kept blocks (plural!) away from the location of the would be King of America.

4) "…and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." Excuse me your Honors, but could just one of the nine of you, without a smile upon your faces, explain where this right exists, once one has fully considered the sobering realities?

Let's conduct an honest examination of the realities as they exist, shall we? The average citizen is illiterate wherefore Jurisprudence is A pais, ergo necessitating the services of an attorney at law to assist them in this so called access to the courts in order to exercise the right to redress. An attorney, as many know, will cost on an average anywhere from say, $30,000 to upwards of $200,000, depending upon the nature and time requirements of the circumstances surrounding the matter of litigation. Now, with the over­whelming portion of the citizenship within the private sector of our society incurring some form of debt beyond their annual means in concert with medical bills, prescription costs, student loans, mortgages and second mortgages, the rising cost of living (inflation on a continuum}, tax increases, credit card interest rates and penalties which should by any good standard of law, approach shuylock/loanshark status, etc., etc., etc.. Tell me, please, just where is one in such a precarious state of hopelessness supposed to procure the $30,000 to $200,000 required to secure an attorney so that they may access the courts and exercise their Constitutional right to redress of their grievances?

As for those incarcerated citizens, “Forget about it!" The "Prisoner's Liti­gation" abilities have been stymied by the 'Prison Litigation Reform Act of 1996 (PLRA)', which has rendered it highly improbable and nearly impossible to access the courts without the money to afford an attorney. And for the jail house lawyers that manage to get into the courts, it assumes an age old; "David vs. Goliath", status Ab Initio inasmuch as a lone prisoner is but that; One man/woman alone and facing an entire legal system whom has condemned them to fail and charges the District Attorney, or Attorney Gen­eral's office with the duty to see that the prisoner fails. It becomes the one against an entire staff of attorneys, paralegals, investigators and researchers, with and endless war chest full of funds and liaisons with long time established experts. In light of any honest deference afforded to the above posited realities, one must conclude that no such redress exists for the incarcerated citizen!

Now prior to my conclusion of this, rhetorical letter of inquiry to you, I'd like to inquire after a rather curious line at the ladder portion of the 14th Amendment, which states; "nor deny to ANY person within its juris­diction the EQUAL protection of the laws."

Your Honors, perhaps you could enlighten me, just where does this equality exist when it comes to European-Americans (Native Europeans}, what with The United Negro College Fund, the celebration of African-American Heritage month, the NAACP Image Awards, the Latin Grammy Awards, the Alma awards, La Raza, every ethnic heritage and culture club except European, on public school campus' and University Campus', Federal funding to support and encourage all of these activities for every color of people in the rainbow. Come to think of it, there is no color white in a rainbow! Tell me why even within the Federal Bureau of Prisons and all State Prison systems, there are ethnic guard unions for all but white guards. They are illegal! The same goes for union factory workers across the nation. Why is it that when white folk seek to peaceably assemble, or secure the same exact privileges as all other folks of color, we are racists and bigots? But they are all advocates and community heroes! Where does the U.S. Constitution protect the Aryan within the borders of America? Most of you are of European racial stock. Perhaps you would be well served by paying closer attention to many of the University employed Latin Professors whom preach that you return to Europe, whether you have ever been there before, or not. Because one way, or another, they will own all of your jobs on that bench one day when the Mexican flag flies above the Capitol in Washington, D.C.. Their words, not mine!

I am no bigot, in fact, I support all peoples right to edify their respective folks in an effort of creating stronger ethnic communities that will flourish. Just not at the expense of my folk! That is not bigotry; it is biological instinct in addition to nature's decree. I am all for diversity, your Honors. But genuine diversity requires independent and individual and unique races of people and their respective heritage and cultures attached thereto. The push for a mono-culture equals the sad destruction of true diversity. In fact, universalism demands the annihilation of any and all diversity.

Well, I've said enough for now, so I'll stay my further points of view at this juncture. Do not dismiss my tone as disrespectful, for it is not intended to be thus. In fact, I have nothing but respect for myself and my folk, in addition to my respect for any other folks who respect their own. I too would like to be able o respect the highest court in the land. Alas, I cannot respect myself if I conscience and respect you at the same time when you are facilitating the demise of my race with your deity like rulings which merely mock the script you avowed to protect (the Constitution) and the very authors of a once noble ideal!

May the Gods reward you accordingly to your endeavors, for weal, or woe.

Dr. Casper Odinson Cröwell
The Honorable Allsherjargothi

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