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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Loving Justice Scalia!

Our "Inalienable Rights "Are Really Quite Alienable

I greatly admire U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's honesty. He said, THE CONSTITUTION IS "NOT A LIVING DOCUMENT. IT'S DEAD, DEAD, DEAD." He said this on January 28, 2013, at Southern Methodist University.  Our civil rights are supposedly protected by the U.S. Constitution. Did I not publish this truth a couple of years ago? I was shocked when I learned we have no respected rights, and I believed that telling the public would make a difference. 

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UPDATE March 3, 2014: A year later, we have another reason to admire Justice Scalia, a man who gives us the hard truth. Justice Scalia reports that we have every reason to expect Americans to again be interned in concentration camps. This is important for people who thought Congress and the president approved NDAA and FEMA camps for nothing. See the AP report at the link below:
Internments can happen again, Scalia warns  
http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/hawaiinews/20140204_Internments_can_happen_again_Scalia_warns.html?id=243454461

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My red pills came when Memphis Police secretly arrested my mentally, physically disabled brother, kept him incarcerated for three weeks and returned his dead body without explanation or excuse, and my family is DENIED any investigation, inquest, or arrest records. After the wrongful death of Larry Neal and our denial of justice, I published a thousand blogs, independent news articles, and my Sharebook at Care2 to warn Americans that we have no respected rights in the United States - not even the right to life. I even wrote a poem about it, called "DYING LIBERTY." Now you heard it from a Supreme Court Justice. 

Justice Scalia is also the justice who pointed out that courts are not impaired to consider PROOF of ACTUAL INNOCENCE once a person has been convicted of a crime, even when such persons face the death penalty. He made that statement when Troy Davis's case was taken to the Supreme Court in his quest for a new trial. See Justice Scalia's wording in the minority decision from the Supreme Court at the link for "How Important is Innocence in Criminal Justice" among the six(6) links beneath my poem, called "Dying Liberty, by Mary Neal."

DYING LIBERTY, by Mary Neal 
one of my 21st Century Slave Songs (all rights reserved)

Rights you declare are over now
Beginning with sick folks
We arrest and kill who we want
The Bill of Rights' a joke

When it comes to certain Americans
The Constitution's dead
Especially for the black and poor
Get that fact through your head

Damn the Freedom of Information Act
An act is all it is
We answer only what we choose
Which is zero for Larry Neal

We have a terrific asset
In the Johnnie Cochran Firm
Cointelpro lawyers from coast to coast
Many secrets they do learn

Lawyers can hold down settlements
And eliminate a few
When policemen kill minorities
That is what they do

In Nazi Germany, the mentally ill
Were the first to go
It still seems a good starting place
Any reason to change it? No.

We've started with the least
And will work up the social chain
We hesitate during election time
Then resume again

When the camps are ready
Everyone will know our plan
Until they're built and fully staffed
Can't let you tip our hand

So we remove your emails
And prevent you loading your films
Americans who learn what we did to Larry
Preview our plans for them

We take over your computers
And control your telephones
To limit the number of people you tell
Their civil rights are gone.

Civil rights are gone.

References -

Mary Neal's website - http://wrongfuldeathoflarryneal.com/

Nazi Extermination of the Mentally Ill in Germany and USA
http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2010/02/nazi-extermination-of-mentally-disabled.html

USDOJ and Bureau of Prisons Refuse to Answer FOIA re Larry Neal's Murder Cover-up
http://www.nowpublic.com/health/foi-request-usdoj-re-larry-neal-and-cochran-firm-fraud

Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill - http://www.Care2.com/c2c/group/AIMI

HOW IMPORTANT IS INNOCENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE?
http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2009/09/how-important-is-innocence-in-criminal.html

Judge Scalia's affirmation of Mary Neal's assessment that the Constitution is DEAD
http://www.dallasnews.com/news/community-news/park-cities/headlines/20130128-constitution-a-dead-dead-dead-document-scalia-tells-smu-audience.ece

Repeat of article, "LOVING JUSTICE SCALIA!"

Our "Inalienable Rights "Are Really Quite Alienable

I greatly admire U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's honesty. He said, THE CONSTITUTION IS "NOT A LIVING DOCUMENT. IT'S DEAD, DEAD, DEAD." He said this on January 28, 2013, at Southern Methodist University.  Our civil rights are supposedly protected by the U.S. Constitution. Did I not publish this truth a couple of years ago? I was shocked when I learned we have no respected rights, and I believed that telling the public would make a difference. My red pills came when Memphis Police secretly arrested my mentally, physically disabled brother, kept him incarcerated for three weeks and returned his dead body without explanation or excuse, and my family is DENIED any investigation, inquest, or arrest records. After the wrongful death of Larry Neal and our denial of justice, I published a thousand blogs, independent news articles, and my Sharebook at Care2 to warn Americans that we have no respected rights in the United States - not even the right to life. I even wrote a poem about it, called "DYING LIBERTY." Now you heard it from a Supreme Court Justice. Justice Scalia is also the justice who pointed out that courts are not impaired to consider PROOF of ACTUAL INNOCENCE once a person has been convicted of a crime, even when such persons face the death penalty. He made that statement when Troy Davis's case was taken to the Supreme Court in his quest for a new trial. See Justice Scalia's wording in the minority decision from the Supreme Court at the link for "How Important is Innocence in Criminal Justice" among the six(6) links beneath my poem, called "Dying Liberty, by Mary Neal."

DYING LIBERTY, by Mary Neal 
one of my 21st Century Slave Songs (all rights reserved)

Rights you declare are over now
Beginning with sick folks
We arrest and kill who we want
The Bill of Rights' a joke

When it comes to certain Americans
The Constitution's dead
Especially for the black and poor
Get that fact through your head

Damn the Freedom of Information Act
An act is all it is
We answer only what we choose
Which is zero for Larry Neal

We have a terrific asset
In the Johnnie Cochran Firm
Cointelpro lawyers from coast to coast
Many secrets they do learn

Lawyers can hold down settlements
And eliminate a few
When policemen kill minorities
That is what they do

In Nazi Germany, the mentally ill
Were the first to go
It still seems a good starting place
Any reason to change it? No.

We've started with the least
And will work up the social chain
We hesitate during election time
Then resume again

When the camps are ready
Everyone will know our plan
Until they're built and fully staffed
Can't let you tip our hand

So we remove your emails
And prevent you loading your films
Americans who learn what we did to Larry
Preview our plans for them

We take over your computers
And control your telephones
To limit the number of people you tell
Their civil rights are gone.

Civil rights are gone.

References - SEE THE SIX(6) LINKS ABOVE.

1 comment:

Mary Neal said...

A few years ago, I wrote "Dying Liberty," and included this stanza:

When it comes to certain Americans
The Constitution's dead
Especially for the black and poor
Get that fact through your head

On January 28, 2013, a U.S. Supreme Court Justice affirmed the fact that the U.S. Constitution is DEAD, DEAD, DEAD! - Justice Scalia. At least he told us the truth. There is YOUR red pill.