Additional Titles








Safe Schools?

Homeschools, Private Schools,
and Systems Education









PART 2 of 2


By Lynn Stuter

April 7, 2009

The past two weeks have revealed a growing attempt by AKA, via Attorney General Eric Holder and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, to blame the guns ending up in the hands of drug cartels in Mexico on Americans; the claim being that these armaments, illegal to own by Americans, are being sold south of the border by American gun dealers. Logic tells us that if the armaments ending up in the hands of Mexican drug cartels are illegal to own by Americans, that the likelihood of those armaments coming from private industry gun dealers is pretty slim unless those gun dealers were engaged in fulfilling government contracts. The Narcosphere blog, by reporter Bill Conroy, offered information that is not being reported by the lamestream media, nor by AKA, Holder or Clinton. One paragraph from Narcosphere sums up the situation:

"The deadliest of the weapons now in the hands of criminal groups in Mexico, particularly along the U.S. border, by any reasonable standard of an analysis of the facts, appear to be getting into that nation through perfectly legal private-sector arms exports, measured in the billions of dollars, and sanctioned by our own State Department. These deadly trade commodities — grenade launchers, explosives and “assault” weapons —are then, in quantities that can fill warehouses, being corruptly transferred to drug trafficking organizations via their reach into the Mexican military and law enforcement agencies, the evidence indicates."

And yes, as I suspected, and stated in my article, the Constitutional Crisis is already here, the CIA is involved. Surprise, surprise!

But, quite obviously, restricting the ownership of guns by Americans is not served by telling the truth about how armaments of the sort being used by the Mexican drug cartels are ending up in their hands. In the words of AKA's Chief of Staff, Rahm Emmanuel, "never let a serious crisis go to waste." Should we be surprised that AKA and his minions would lie about this?

Doesn't this make the case that, if one is smart, one does not believe a word out of the mouths of these people?


Last week, I reported that AKA's goon squad, in the form of Homeland Security, was harassing Stephen Pidgeon, an attorney in Snohomish County, Washington, working to establish a perfectly legal National Grand Jury. Pidgeon has also worked quietly to gather evidence concerning AKA's eligibility to the office of president. Mr Pidgeon has reported significant cyber attacks on his computers and website.

Dr Orly Taitz, another attorney, representing many clients in various causes concerning the eligibility issue, has requested the Supreme Court work with the FBI in ascertaining who hacked the Supreme Court docket to remove her case from the docket on January 21, 2009, two days before it was scheduled to be heard before the entire Supreme Court. Justice Scalia would later indicate he had never heard of the case, making it questionable if the hacking occurred from outside the Supreme Court or was an inside job completed by a staffer or staffers on behalf of outside interests. This, of course, begs the question of who the "outside interests" would be and the obvious answer is the usurper in the Oval Office. The report of the Supreme Court staffers cheering when they espied AKA on his visit to the Supreme Court on January 15, 2009 cannot be ignored. Dr Taitz has also reported impostor websites set up in a deliberate attempt to smear, defame and discredit clients, cyber attacks, and the hacking of her websites with links within her websites being redirected to porn sites.

In this past week, the Atlas Shrugs website received word that their website was being blocked from access by government personnel. The reason given: political activist groups. One has to wonder if the government blocks all political activist websites, such as,, organizing for or born again, or just those that deal with AKA's eligibility and Marxist agenda as the Atlas Shrugs website does. Two bills introduced by Senator John (Jay) Rockefeller (D-WV) on April 1, 2009, S 773 and S 778, would give AKA the ability to shut down the internet at such times as he deems fit.

In this same vein, news surfaced the end of March that AKA was attempting to silence Bob Basso, producer of the Thomas Paine videos that have been viewed over one million times on You Tube. Indications are, however, that AKA dropped the attempt when his summons of Basso to the White House became public knowledge. The videos condemn "non-representing representatives" and warn, "Only when they feel the almighty wrath of 'We The People' marching in the streets from California to New York shouting 'We're mad as hell and we want our country back' will they get the message they work for you." The message that we are a Constitutional Republic affording individual rights to everyone is not one that Marxist AKA wants the people to hear or know. Educated people tend to have an aversion to the oppressive, totalitarian state supported by the likes of Marxist AKA.

To add fuel to the growing fire of discontent surfacing in this nation, organizers of tea parties all across the nation are finding it next to impossible to meet the impossible demands of government in order to exercise their right to free speech, assembly and redress of grievance. In Cape Coral, Florida, government officials cancelled the tea party gathering because they "felt too many people could show up." Imagine that, that too many people could show up in protest! When AKA and his entourage traveled through Florida, during the campaign, were their gatherings cancelled because city officials "felt too many people could show up?" Of course not. It's only when people decide to protest the heavy hand of government that large gatherings become a problem.

Never before, in the history of this nation, have we seen a president so intent on squelching the dissent of the people to the point of it being an obvious obsession. First it was Rush Limbaugh, then Rick Santelli, then Bob Basso, now it is dissent in general. That AKA is so obviously obsessed with silencing dissidents reeks of a totalitarian mindset and certainly lends credence to claims of narcissism.

Never before, in the history of this nation, have we seen such a rapidly growing resistance to the true ideology, beliefs, and policies of a president. In the short time since his usurpation of the Oval Office, a cottage industry in resistance has sprung up, everything from bumper stickers and t-shirts to tea parties to yard signs to open resistance.

When one brings together all the disparate policies being implemented by AKA, a picture emerges of the zeal of AKA to complete the transformation of America from a Constitution Republic with freedom, liberty and justice for every individual to an oppressive totalitarian Marxist state in which people are no more than chattel to be used, abused and discarded (euthanized) in the interests of, and at the whim of, the state.

Subscribe to the NewsWithViews Daily News Alerts!

Enter Your E-Mail Address:

All of this has happened in the 77 days since the usurpation of the Oval Office by AKA. It becomes apparent that America will not survive four years of AKA. It is doubtful America will survive even two years of AKA. Many believe the Democrat-controlled Congress will be overturned by a huge margin in the 2010 mid-term elections. By then AKA will have wreaked havoc on this nation, its economy, and its ability to survive as a free and independent nation.

Time is of the essence. For part one click below.

Click here for part -----1,

� 2009 Lynn M. Stuter - All Rights Reserved

Sign Up For Free E-Mail Alerts

Activist and researcher, Stuter has spent the last fifteen years researching systems theory and systems philosophy with a particular emphasis on education as it pertains to achieving the sustainable global environment. She home schooled two daughters. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance, the sustainable global environment and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and a growing body of citizens concerned with the transformation of our nation from a Constitutional Republic to a participatory democracy. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.

Web site:










Doesn't this make the case that, if one is smart, one does not believe a word out of the mouths of these people?