Sample e-mail for petitions
The following is a sample of what could be 1) sent to e-lists, 2) left as comments after website articles, 3) or used as new topics on web forums.
[beginning of sample e-mail]
[Excerpts from The Power of Petition]
Everywhere we look there are puzzles.
Criminal and useful-idiot classes (hereafter, “they”) use the sovereign power to perpetrate genocides and limitless plunder, and to destroy critics, witnesses and victims of their crimes.
The puzzle: “the sovereign power” is available to every man on the planet… why do only those who have criminal intent use it… why do men of justice not use it? Why do men of reason not even have knowledge of it?
By “the sovereign power” I mean the so-called right/power of petition; the same procedures American Founders used to power their Revolution…
As noted, criminal and useful-idiot classes used the sovereign power to perpetrate events of 9/11; operation Keelhaul; Lend Lease to the Soviet Union; attack on USS Liberty; Oklahoma City bombing; Bailout of 2008; among many other outrages.
Why can’t we use it in service of justice?
For example, let’s try something simple, and timely. “Operation Fast and Furious” was designed and implemented by Departments of Justice and State and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF). It resulted in giving at least 2,000 military-grade guns (AK-47s, AR-15s and 0.50 caliber rifles) to Mexican drug cartels, which resulted in numerous terrorist acts on both sides of the Mexican/American border. DoJ had planned to use such terrorist acts as justification for legislation to ban or seize such guns. But, before DoJ could move on this part of the plan, several low-level ATF personnel blew the whistle.
As you might expect, the Justice Department saw no reason to prosecute itself for this outrage…
[Alternative ending 1]
It could also be regarded as an opportunity. I’ve posted a petition on the White House Petition site to request Congress to appropriate $100 million to investigate and prosecute those who perpetrated or benefited from Fast and Furious; and to place the appropriation at the disposal of a First Amendment assembly established and supervised by petitioners (those that sign the petition) for the purpose stated.
Once you comprehend the constitutional basis for this petition, you’ll be dismayed that no one thought of doing the same before. And, you’ll begin to realize the enormous power available to us thru the First Amendment; power that would enable us to redress any grievance that could be named; but, first, a sufficient number of people would have to learn its law and procedures.
But still, don’t hesitate to perform due diligence on my work; it is professor-proof, lawyer-proof, and accountant-proof – so far.
In the meantime, if you want to sign this petition, here is the link,
[link, not yet posted]
[Alterative ending 2]
It could also be regarded as an opportunity. I plan to post a petition on the White House Petition site to request Congress to appropriate $100 million to investigate and prosecute those who perpetrated or benefited from Fast and Furious; and to place the appropriation at the disposal of a First Amendment assembly established and supervised by petitioners (those that sign the petition) for the purpose stated.
However, to achieve maximum results with this petition, I need 150 signatures within 30 days after posting it for the petition to be searchable on the White House website.
The next threshold is 100,000 signatures within 30 days; I’m not sure when this time period begins. If this threshold is reached, the White House promises to “consider” the petition for further action.
If the number is not reached by the deadline, the petition is deleted and that’s the end of it – as far as the WH is concerned.
Altho I would fall off my chair if the WH would do anything sensible with this petition, I still think it is worthwhile to use the WH website as a forum to gather attention to principles of constitutional law and procedures that have been erased from current law and history books. What’s more we don’t need money from Congress for the project suggested; there are huge amounts of private money that would be eager to finance such an investigation but ONLY if there were sufficient numbers of qualified people to work on the project.
The absence of qualified people (those knowledgeable of the real facts, history and law of redress) is the bottleneck; and bringing it to the attention of concerned people is the first step to a solution. To repeat: the major purpose of posting the petition on the WH website is to bring attention to a history and law we are not supposed to know.
Accordingly, before I post a petition on the WH website, I’d like to enlist 5-10 people to help me send the petition thru-out the websphere.
This work would involve sending a “flyer” to personal e-lists; posting it in comment or forum sections of dissident or activist websites; or sending the “flyer” to editors of such sites.
If you want to perform due diligence on this project, I recommend, The Power of Petition, it contains several other links.
If you are interested in devoting 1-2 hours one or more days a week to this work, please let me know ASAP and I’ll send a collection of comments I’ve left at several websites over the last half year.
I plan to post the F and F petition about ten days after the date of this e-mail.
[End of sample e-mail]
Timely and related pages
Power of Petition, criminal and useful-idiot classes use the sovereign power to perpetrate genocides and unlimited plunder and to destroy witnesses, victims and critics of their
crimes. This sovereign power is nothing less than the right of petition; the same procedures employed by American Founders to power their revolution. Why can’t we use it in service of justice… why do men of reason not even have knowledge of it? It is a right (actually, a power) available to every man on the planet… save for his ignorance.
One in Ten Thousand. This relates how English rebels (1620-50) took down corrupt judges and tax-collectors, bishops and kings who thot they had a divine right to impose taxes or debt on other men without the latters’ consent; men who, 150 years later, would guide American rebels. These examples represent some of the most dramatic and significant scenes in the long struggle from barbarism to civilized society – scenes that have almost been completely erased from current history and law books.