Monday, February 9, 2015

February 9, 2015, UPDATE: Got a response from WDLI Director Joel Sacks.

     There are 2 great things about this blog. First, it gives the reader a complete play by play reality of dealing with government employees after they trap you in their web of nonsense. This documented play by play shows exactly how government employees perform their duties apart from any consideration of our state and federal constitutions which protect our God given rights and liberties. Second, this blog zeros in on how differences in belief systems within the minds of individuals affect the operations of government toward the governed.
    The differences in belief systems between the "governors" and the "governed" also came to the forefront of political discussion in the 1600s, the 1700s, and the 1800s, prior to and after our Founding Fathers. During the Great Reformation and Renaissance, the printing press produced a great deal of writings which did profoundly change the way rulers governed their citizens. The Dark Ages gave way to the Renaissance.
    If you read the documents which were read by our founding fathers you can find writings that favor and support the power and word of the king over his citizens, and you can find documents that favor limiting the power of kings and his dictates over their citizens. Off the top of my head, I remember reading a document, or treatise, that portrayed a king as a "father" over the people-which then went on to say that the kings word was law because he cares about his subjects like a father cares for his children. Someone actually wrote that nonsense and believed it! Somehow, even when the king's edicts were immoral and criminal, his words carried the magic that required the citizens to believe them. Unfortunately, a lot of dupes fell for the magical and all powerful words and authority of the king. On the other hand, the treatises opposing the power of dictatorial kings won the day, and the Founding Fathers fashioned the U.S. Constitution as the foundation of what came to be the most free and prosperous country ever to exist upon the earth in known history.
    I am fascinated by this blog because it seems to be repeating the the debates of the Renaissance! The letter I received from the Director Joel Sacks absolutely demonstrates the truth of what I have just written. Imagine the arrogance of the established rulers of the Dark Ages. If you were a king, just imagine the arrogance required to assume that your word is law. Imagine being a king and expecting everyone to believe and go along with your words with respect and submission. Could you as a sensible and free American actually go along with such arrogance in deceiving yourself in the same way the Dark Age kings deceived themselves? I could not do that, but it seems the bureaucrats in Washington State government have the same mental aptitude as the silly corrupt kings which our forefathers fled and threw off during the American Revolutionary war.
   Let's do a contrast. Here are the last paragraphs of my letter to Dir. Joel Sacks:

----My defense, my arguments, and protests are all based on the factual history of this USA and on the natural rights of man which are protected in our Supreme Law of the Land. I am quite capable of independent thought based in truth, common sense, and common decency and based in OUR civic duty to uphold our state and federal constitutions. Are you capable, or do you prefer to follow the misguided crowd down the road to tyranny?
The citation, fine, and Account Statement billing me $500.00 are bogus and outside of law. I have not been convicted of a crime by a jury of my good neighbors. Your efforts to collect the fine are lawless acts in a nation founded upon the Rule of Law. Ignoring the Supreme Law of the Land is a lawless act and is still considered treason by those who have given life, limb, and treasure to preserve our Supreme Law of the Land for their posterity.
Please withdraw your citations and comply with our state and federal Constitutions.
Russ Hinds----

 I am delighted that my writing conforms to the writings of our Founding Fathers and the pamphleteers who wrote in opposition to all-powerful kings. Now, read and contrast the response I received from Dir. Joel Sacks:

    I hope the following comments dissecting the letter above expose our opposing beliefs which guide our thoughts and actions. You, the reader, must decide whose words are true and carry more weight. Hopefully, this exorcise, and this blog, inspires you to take action and repair or replace people in government who are failing to govern within the constraints of their charter, the Constitution of the State of Washington. Seek inspiration from our Declaration of Independence.
     First, the letter opens cordially, thanking me for the letter I sent to Dir. Joel Sacks. I appreciate the semblance of civility.
    Second, Joel Sacks asks Chief Electrical Inspector Stephen D. Thornton to write the response. Joel Sacks is a figurehead. He is not there to rock the boat, rather he is there to advise on issues after being briefed on the pros and cons of the issue by government employees and lobbyists. In this case, Sacks chose to avoid taking a stand and passed on the responsibility to CEI Thornton. Sacks takes an Oath of Office to support our state and federal constitutions. CEI Thornton does not take an Oath of Office and he is not a constitutional lawyer. He is simply a government employee with a background in the Electrical Field and business.    Electrical Currants 
   Thornton will naturally tend to maintain the status quo, and he is just another obstacle in my path to get my grievance resolved according to our state and federal constitutions. Thornton does not have the gonads to approach Joel Sacks and tell him that he(Thornton) is not qualified to address the constitutional law I used to substantiate my grievance. Thornton should have given the task of responding to my letter back to Sacks advising him to get the proper legal advice from a constitutional lawyer, either on staff, in the private sector, or preferably both. HERE IS ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF MUCKING THINGS UP IN ORDER TO AVOID MAKING A CORRECT DECISION BASED ON OUR SIMPLE AND PLAIN STATE AND FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONS. According to what I learned in sixth grade government school, both Sacks and Thornton are not qualified to serve in their positions. Sacks should have been knowledgeable enough to get proper counsel. They are simply not interested in adhering to or standing up for our state and federal constitutions. In sixth grade, I learned that it is every citizen's civic duty to support our constitutions, and that includes government employees. --Those are minimum statements which do not take into account any DELIBERATE motives for disregarding our state and federal constitutions. It is my experience with government employees that makes me believe that they are just fearful and cowardly people going along with the crowd without sticking their neck out. They don't have the confidence to actually take a stand for their Oath of Office, therefore they seek every possible way to pass the buck and avoid taking responsibility for running the government according to the plain and simple words of our Supreme Laws of the Land. People like me who say that our rights protected in our constitutions are Supreme scare the heck out of government employees. And of course the government employees want the general public to be afraid of us, too. Just look at the methods used to demonize people who are standing up for our right to bear arms.
   Third, Thornton declines to waive the penalty for their citation based on his belief that it was issued for appropriate reasons, which is supported by another low rank government employee, Faith Jeffery. Obviously, these guys are just the "king's minions" going along with the dictates of the king. The kings of the Dark Ages avoided any discussion of morality and justice in the administration of their dictates. Thornton avoids any discussion of morality, justice, AND our Supreme Law of the Land while making the unsupported statement that the citation was "appropriate." He is "just doing his job." There are no government employees and very few legislators who will do their civic duty to support our state and federal constitutions. They prefer living in their world of nonsense ignoring the life, limb, and treasure given to defend our constitutions from all enemies foreign and domestic. They live in a comfort zone of make believe.
   Fourth, Thornton makes the wild statement that I exorcised my "full due process right" and appealed the citation through 4 levels of judicial review. Truth is, I was never given any "due process rights." I purchased my right to appeal by paying $450.00 to request a "due process" trial by a jury of my good neighbors, who would do their civic duty to support our state and federal constitutions. My constitutionally protected right to a trial by jury was never granted to me by the king's minions. I advise Thornton and Sacks to read our Declaration of Independence before assuming that their words contain magic that will make me believe them. Sorry guys, I cannot lower myself to submitting to words pulled out of thin air and without any basis in simple truth. Cobbling words together on a piece of paper on your false assumption that they make sense does not cast a spell on me, nor pull the wool over my eyes. Obviously, I do not live in your world of nonsense and make believe, which is where the kings of the Dark Ages lived. I live in a world in which good men have given life, limb, and treasure to preserve the rights and liberties which are protected in our state and federal constitutions for our posterity.
     I have, once again, failed to find any responsible government employees who will do their civic duty to support and defend our state and federal constitutions. This is pitiful... I have worked very hard to educate and animate government employees to follow our Supreme Law of the Land.

    Let the reader judge for himself who is speaking the truth...

    One more thing. When a legislator contacts Joel Sacks about my grievance, they are spoken to in the same manner as Thornton's letter above. If the legislator is an average citizen mis-educated in a government school just like the rest of the government employees, then the words spoken in the same manner as found in Thornton's letter will likely suffice to pull the wool over the legislator's eyes... The legislator simply does not have the education that our founding fathers had, or even the basic education I have. They will fall for the bureaucrats' nonsense and lies. If the citizens of America cannot unite on our founding documents, then the enemies of America have won by successfully dividing and conquering. If government employees are not accountable to uphold and defend the rights protected in our constitutions, then there is nothing left that they are accountable to. Without the constitution, they are free to do anything they desire to do. For examples of things that unaccountable government does, look at the list of things in our Declaration of Independence. All across the land of the free and the home of the brave, government employees are doing the same things King George did prior to our Revolutionary War.
    Do you see what I see? How can we return to our state and federal constitutions? We are a people in need of an education. "My people perish for lack of knowledge."

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