10-17-20 Fermenting the Court Or Poisoning Justice

Fermenting the Court Or Poisoning Justice  Fermenting the Court

The concepts of Fermenting the Court or Poisoning Justice was a fundamental argument regarding the Constitution of 1787. As we will survey today, Robert Yates, who wrote as the Anti-federalists Brutus, was clear that “Men placed in this situation will generally soon feel themselves independent of heaven itself.1

Keeping it simple:

Brutus has much predict that the last 100 years have so well proven to the Poisoning of Justice by the bad bacteria which has been Fermenting the Court into our present Federal system. I use the allegory of fermenting in this program. Considering that Fermenting has been a means of preservation for eons, this only works well if the ingredients are good.

I am taking you through the quick tour of two of Yates essays on the Court. Those being from January and March of 1788. The emphasis is that he predicted not only the poisoning of justice but also the destruction of Liberty if the judicial system was not fermented with all the correct ingredients – that includes morality and virtue as we have discussed in the past.

Fermenting the Court gone sour

I am taking you on a shorter journey back in history to a book written in the 1960’s. I have discussed it before. It is ‘None Dare Call It Treason’ by John Stormer. I am opening the box back up regarding the importance of who sits on the Federal Courts. This is not only relative to the ‘Brutus’ articles but timely in respect to the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett.

I’m reminding you once again that socialism in the U. S. and particularly the Court has been impacting Constitutionalism for more than a century. Noodle on this quote for a moment or two:

“Early adherents of this socialist movement in America included such later day leaders as John Dewey (education), Walter Rauschenbusch (theology), Walter Lippmann (government and press) and Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter. Other equally skilled but lesser known theorists and conspirators operated in other fields. Their beliefs, their careers, their methods, and the influence they have exerted on American life will be explored later.”

During the program I will detail the number of times that the Supreme Court, especially under the leadership of Chief Justice Earl Warren, sided with Communism in numerous court cases. The philosophical principles that ‘Brutus’ warned about.

As a side note, we all wonder why Antifa and BLM go crazy in the various states? Well wonder no more with this quote from ‘None Dare Call It Treason’ –

“Under Warren’s leadership, the Court voided the longstanding sedition laws of 42 states. Communists convicted under them were freed. The government was denied the right to fire federal employees who were proved to have contributed money and services to communist organizations. Schools and colleges were denied the right to fire teachers who refused to answer questions about their communist activities. In the Watkins decision, later modified, the Court questioned the right of Congress to inquire into and publicize communism and subversion suggesting that this “involved a broad scale intrusion into the lives and affairs of private citizens.”

As at the death of Julias Caesar we can shout out ‘hail Brutus’ for the predictions regarding the Federal Judiciary which Robert Yates authored. Sadly in our modern times, the spirit of Caligula is rabid in the leftists/socialists/globalists in the whole of the Judicial system.

Mental Health Demigods Revisited

I am jumping back on this for just a couple of minutes. It is unquestionable that the demise of our schools, core families, main stream denominations and politics is because they are all ‘crazy.’ Well that is what the likes of Dr. G. Brock Chisholm not only wants everyone to believe but also help to make the following concept go from a universal abstract to reality in our present time:

“The pretense is made that to do away with right and wrong would produce uncivilized people, immorality, lawlessness, and social chaos. The fact is that most psychiatrists and psychologists and other respected people have escaped from moral chains and are able to think freely”- Chisholm, Psychiatry, February 1946 — Dr. G. Brock Chisholm, first head of the World Federation of Mental Health

I suggest that everyone read the full chapter on Mental Health in ‘None Dare Call It Treason’ and I will leave you with this prognostication for the moment:

‘Chisholm address, sponsored by the William Alanson White Psychiatric Foundation was delivered in October 1945 in Washington, D. C. to a large group of psychiatrists and high government officials. Chisholm said: What basic psychological distortion can be found in every civilization of which we know anything? The only psychological force capable of producing these perversions is morality —the concept of right and wrong. The re-interpretation and eventual eradication of the concept of right and wrong are the belated objectives of nearly all psychotherapy. If the race is to be freed from its crippling burden of good and evil it must be psychiatrists who take the original responsibility.’

Remember, he ensured that all the major universities in America took on this philosophy in teaching all things mental health. Ok, go back and review last weeks program where I discuss my personal move away from the mental health industry.

Sam Adams Wisdom

To Elbridge Gerry, BOSTON, March 25, 1774. [J. T. Austin, Life of Elbridge Gerry, vol. i., pp. 36-39.]

“While the general court was sitting I received a letter from you relating to the unhappy circumstances the town of Marblehead was then in; but a great variety of business, some of which was very important, prevented my giving you a convincing proof at that time, of the regard with which I am ever disposed to treat your favours. Besides, if it had been in my power to have aided you with advice, I flattered myself, from the information I afterwards had, that the storm, though it raged with so much violence, would soon spend itself, and a calm would ensue. The tumult of the people is very properly compared to the raging of the sea. When the passions of a multitude become headstrong, they generally will have their course: a direct opposition only tends to increase them; and as to reasoning, one may as well expect that the foaming billows will hearken to a lecture of morality and be quiet. The skilful pilot will carefully keep the helm, and so steer the ship while the storm continues, as to prevent, if possible, her receiving injury.”

I like this quote as if it applied to all the ChicomFlu nonsense put on US by various States Governors as well as the federal and state career leftists bureaucrats. Substitute ChicomFlu, career politicians, career bureaucrats, bureaucracies and globalist industrialists/big-pharma/hi-tech where they fit and this reads like something in our present time.

TO ARTHUR LEE. BOSTON, May 18th, 1774. [R. H. Lee, Life of Arthur Lee, vol. ii., pp. 221-223; a draft is in the Samuel Adams Papers, Lenox Library; a text is in Force, American Archives, 4th ser., vol. i., p. 332.]

“MY DEAR SIR,—The edict of the British parliament, commonly called the Boston Port Act, came safely to my hand. For flagrant injustice and barbarity, one might search in vain among the archives of Constantinople to find a match for it. But what else could have been expected from a parliament, too long under the dictates and control of an administration, which seems to be totally lost to all sense and feeling of morality, and governed by passion, cruelty, and revenge. For us to reason against SUCH an act, would be idleness. Our business is to find means to evade its malignant design. The inhabitants view it, not with astonishment, but indignation. They discover the utmost contempt of the framers of it; while they are yet disposed to consider the body of the nation (though represented by such a parliament) in the character they have sustained heretofore, humane and generous. They resent the behaviour of the merchants in London, those I mean who receive their bread from them, in infamously deserting their cause at the time of extremity. They can easily believe that the industrious manufacturers, whose time is wholly spent in their various employments, are misled and imposed upon by such miscreants as have ungratefully devoted themselves to an abandoned ministry, not regarding the ruin of those who have been their best benefactors. But the inhabitants of this town must and will look to their own safety, which they see does not consist in a servile compliance with the ignominious terms of this barbarous edict. Though the means of preserving their liberties should distress and even ruin the British manufacturers, they are resolved (but with reluctance) to try the experiment. To this they are impelled by motives of self-preservation. They feel humanely to those who must suffer, but being innocent are not the objects of their revenge. They have already called upon their sister colonies, (as you will see by the enclosed note) who not only feel for them as fellow-citizens, but look upon them as suffering the stroke of ministerial vengeance in the common cause of America; that cause which the colonies have pledged themselves to each other not to give up. In the mean time I trust in God this devoted town will sustain the shock with dignity; and supported by their brethren, will gloriously defeat the designs of thier common enemies. Calmness, courage, and unanimity prevail. While they are resolved not tamely to submit, they will by refraining from any acts of violence, avoid the snare they they discover to be laid for them, by posting regiments so near them. I heartily thank you for your spirited exertions. Use means for the preservation of your health. Our warmest gratitude is due to lords Camden and Shelburne. Our dependence is upon the wisdom of the few of the British nobility. We suspect studied insult, in the appointment of the person who is commander-in-chief of the troops in America to be our governor; and I think there appears to be in it more than a design to insult upon any specious pretence. We will endeavour by circumspection and sound prudence, to frustrate the diabolical designs of our enemies.’

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References:

The video of the program is available on Saturday at the SamuelAdamsReturns YouTube channel.

1. ‘None Dare Call It Treason – 25 Years Later’ by John Stormer – find it if you can since it is out of print. You may be able to find a pdf version of ‘None Dare Call It Treason’ in the public domain.

2. The following ‘Brutus’ Anti-federalists papers from and edition edited by Bill Bailey:

78-79

Brutus

#15, 16

The Power of the Judiciary (Part 1)

1788 Mar 20

80

Brutus

#11

The Power of the Judiciary (Part 2)

1788 Jan 31

81

Brutus

#12, 14

The Power of the Judiciary (Part 3)

1788 Feb 7,28

82

Brutus

#14, 15

The Power of the Judiciary (Part 4)

1788 Mar 6,20

3. Word definition Change in Real Time “preference.”


1. Brutus #15, 20 March 1788

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