Sunday, April 20, 2008

"The distinction that these kids are not poorly cared for in general lies in sharp contrast to many of the cases CPS sees. For the most part polygamist children in Eldorado are loved by their parents, not abused. The alleged abuse stems from a reinterpretation (the law was changed in 2005) of marriage laws in Texas specifically targeting this religious sect.(As an aside, it strikes me as bizarre that in an age where the idea of changing the definition of marriage to include gay people generates such strident opposition, changing the marriage definition to target a specific religious sect seems to be entirely non-controversial. Irony, thy name is Eldorado.)There's an arrogance in the state's decision to impose a group punishment for alleged acts by an individual against a victim who may not even exist." Grits for Breakfast,

So what you're telling me is the State of Texas passed a bill of attainder against the Fundamentalist Latter Day Saints? We can add that to the list. Also, according to Fox Radio last night, the younger children who were initially ALLOWED to remain with their mothers are now to be separated from them and removed to "specialized housing." Tack on habeas corpus violations, too.

There is no part of the United States Constitution that is sacred to a child welfare fanatic.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

What I said to the jackbooted thugs of Texas CPS.

This is a consolidation of my four messages (to get around their 2000 character limit) to Texas Children's Protective Services. Not a word was left out of the content of my messages.

To: Office of Consumer Affairs

Subject: Jackbooted thuggery and fascist oppression


1. If you people of CPS had any decency whatsoever, you would return those children to their mothers immediately with an apology and a slate of numerous resignations for your role in the evil you have perpetrated against my fellow citizens in your state. You should be ashamed of yourselves over what you have done to those 416 children and their parents, the members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. As a Christian, one not of that denomination, I am appalled.

2. The last time I checked there was still a United States Constitution that is the supreme law of the land even in Texas. You violated the First Amendment right to freedom of worship by going after this religious group AS A GROUP. You violated the Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure -- how it is reasonable to seize kids from mothers over what is accused between one child and one man is beyond me utterly, and the so-called probable cause is ONE anonymous call to 911??? You besmirch and insult the memory of those who died on Sept. 11, 2001 by that trivialization and abuse of that number. And so you ARE an insult to rescue and protection services everywhere.

3. You violated the Fifth Amendment by depriving those children of their parents without due process of law which by the way IS determined by Amendment Six, which you also violated by taking persons WITHOUT a trial, AND by taking the word of one witness who they have not been given the opportunity to confront at a trial. You violated the Eighth Amendment by depriving those mothers of their children for nothing more than membership in a group you don't like, which is cruel and unusual punishment of both those children and their parents. Proud of yourselves?

4. This act by CPS tells me that you have gone way beyond redemption. I doubt you will change your minds because of how seared your consciences must be to have carried out this felonious, treasonous crime against Americans and against Texans. Nevertheless I certainly think it is right that you should be told to your face what you did is WRONG in every sense of that word. When you face your Judge in the afterlife, you will be made to account for every one of these mothers and children. I believe that to be a fact. I am praying not for your redemption, but for your demise in this world at the hands of the American Civil Liberties Union or whoever else wants to sue you for every farthing you own, and by the way -- FIRST AMENDMENT CIVIL RIGHTS LIABILITY is UNLIMITED UNDER FEDERAL LAW!!!


Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Raid on polygamist group in Texas

Two stories about the heart-rending and outrageous attack on the Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints at the Yearning For Zion Ranch in Texas, by agents of the Texas Children's Protective Services and (what I heard from the Michael Savage radio program were) Texas Rangers (state police.) Over 400 children were forcibly removed from their mothers and put into state custody pending their adoption out to other families -- on the basis of a so far unsubstantiated allegation that one male leader of this church sexually abused one young teenage girl.

There has clearly not been an attack on the First Amendment and half of the Bill of Rights to match this since Waco, and in terms of everything done to this group of women and children -- women who by the way were never charged with a crime; all of this is pursuant to what ONE anonymous tipster alleged happened with ONE man and ONE teenage girl -- a mass atrocity of this scope, short of bloodshed, has not been perpetrated on any group, religious or otherwise, since the 19th century when it was used as a means of genocide against the American Indians. Not even Mafia families have ever been this grossly and unconstitutionally violated.

Texas state agents kidnaped this group's children, based on a LIE about what someone ELSE did to someone ELSE's child, and scattered them to the four winds. I can promise that if in the future I find any of these Texas CPS agents miraculously surviving the Tribulations in whatever land God deigns to give me in the Millenium, they will have to beg long and hard to give me a reason not to line them up against a wall and have them shot, while I scatter THEIR families to the four winds and make their houses dunghills.

I pray to God that this injustice, this perversion, this obscene rape of the Constitution of the United States, is undone and reversed, and the perpetrators are brought to justice. Michael Savage has it right when he says these Nazis should be arrested and thrown in prison. I would have them executed were it in my power.