Episode 395: Sobolev and Kozak: Using Law and Indictment in The Peoples Democracy

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This past week is about the key elements of Sobolev and Kozak: Using Law and Indictment in the Peoples Democracy. If you think you have had any liberty at all in you life, you live in the Matrix where your complete reality is fabricated for you.Bureaucratic domination

Tyranny encroached and then subsumed our Liberties when the Bureaucracies came into existence and were codified. See reference #8 for a brief history.

Using Law and Indictment

In Brutus essay No. V it is written (my emphasis added):

To detail the particulars comprehended in the general terms, taxes, duties, imposts and excises, would require a volume, instead of a single piece in a news-paper. Indeed it would be a task far beyond my ability, and to which no one can be competent, unless possessed of a mind capable of comprehending every possible source of revenue; for they extend to every possible way of raising money, whether by direct or indirect taxation. Under this clause may be imposed a poll-tax, a land-tax, a tax on houses and buildings, on windows and fire places, on cattle and on all kinds of personal property:—It extends to duties on all kinds of goods to any amount, to tonnage and poundage on vessels, to duties on written instruments, newspapers, almanacks, and books:—It comprehends an excise on all kinds of liquors, spirits, wines, cyder, beer, etc. and indeed takes in duty or excise on every necessary or conveniency of life; whether of foreign or home growth or manufactory. In short, we can have no conception of any way in which a government can raise money from the people, but what is included in one or other of three general terms. We may say then that this clause commits to the hands of the general legislature ( every conceivable source of revenue within the United States. Not only are these terms very comprehensive, and extend to a vast number of objects, but the power to lay and collect has great latitude; it will lead to the passing a vast number of laws (and create bureaucracies), which may affect the personal rights of the citizens of the states, expose their property to fines and confiscation, and put their lives in jeopardy: it opens a door to the appointment of a swarm of revenue and excise officers (87,000 in 2023) to pray [sic] upon the honest and industrious part of the community, eat up their substance, and riot on the spoils of the country.

As you will hear on the program as well as read in the references: Just in the Federal bureaucracies there are between 300,000 to 500,000 regulations that carry criminal penalties. Now think about the States and local governments.

No matter what you believe regarding the defunding of the Department of Education, An almost real time example is the upcoming Department of Education Rule regarding transgender athletics. Here is a large scale penalty ridden rule being put forward – see news Article 1 and news Article 2.

By the way, this is ‘imposing morality’ or said ‘legislating morality.’ When rules are made by expanding language in or of legislation, that is the crux of legislating something.

Now to the USC, According to Heritage.org there are estimated to be 5,199 federal crimes withing the United States Code.

When the bureaucratic regulations and the Law is weaponized, you get indictments.

People’s Democracy

I feel like I’m going to be talking in a vacuum on this topic. I have spoken of Sobolev and Kozak many times. Yet, they again nail it as to how and why ‘democracy’ is used by who most call ‘the left.’ The reality is that the people’s democracy was allowed to develop but from the menacing minds of Marx and Stalin. As you listen to the program you will hear about ‘the dictatorship of the proletariat.’ I will explain what that is as it is derived from the ‘people’s democracy.’

Sam Adams Wisdom


[MS., Boston Public Library; the text, with slight variations, was printed in the Boston Gazette, March 29, 1773, in the Massachusetts Spy, March 25, 1773, and in Boston Record Commissioner’s Report, vol. xviii., pp. 120-125.]

But were there no such Laws of the Province or should our Enemies pervert these & other Laws made for the same Purpose, from their plain and obvious Intent and Meaning, still there is the great and perpetual Law of Self preservation to which every natural Person or corporate Body hath an inherent Right to recur. This being the Law of the Creator, no human Law can be of force against it: And indeed it is an Absurdity to suppose that any such Law could be made by Common Consent, which alone gives validity to human Laws. If then the “MATTER OR THING” viz the fixing Salaries to the Offices of the Judges of the Superior Court as aforesaid, was such as threatned the Lives, Liberties and Properties of the People, which we have the Authority of the greatest Assembly of the Province to affirm, The Inhabitants of this or any other Town had certainly an uncontrovertable right to meet together, either in the Manner the Law has prescribed, or in any other orderly Manner, joyntly to consult the necessary Means of their own Preservation and Safety. The Petitioners wisely chose the Rule of the province Law, by applying to the Selectmen for a Meeting; and they, as it was their Dudty to do, followed the same Rule and called a Meeting accordingly. We are therefore not a little suprizd, that his Excellency, speaking of this and other principal Towns, should descend to such an artful Use of Words, that a “NUMBER of Inhabitants have assembled together, and having ASSUMED the Name of legal Town Meetings” &c. Thereby appearing to have a Design to lead an inattentive Reader to believe, that no Regard was had to the Laws of the Province in calling these Meetings, and consequently to consider them as illegal & disorderly.

The Inhabitants being met, and for the Purpose aforesaid, the Points determind, his Excellency says, “were such as the Law gives the Inhabitants of Towns in their CORPORATE Capacity no Power to act upon.” It would be a sufficient Justification of the Town to say, that no Law FORBIDS the Inhabitants of Towns in their corporate Capacity to determine such Points as were then determined. And if there was no positive legal Restraint upon their Conduct, it was doing them an essential injury, to represent it to the World as ILLEGAL. Where the Law makes no special Provision for the common Safety, the People have a Right to consult their own Preservation; and the necessary Means to withstand a most dangerous attack of arbitrary Power.4 At such a time, it is but a pitiful Objection to their thus doing, that the Law has not expressly given them a Power to act upon such Points. This is the very language of Tyranny: And when such Objections are offerd, to prevent the Peoples meeting together in a Time of publick Danger, it affords of it self just Grounds of Jealousy that a Plan is laid for their Slavery.

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1. The Punishment Bureaucracy: How to Think About “Criminal Justice Reform”, 28 MAR 2019, Alec Karakatsanis

2. 300,000+ Criminal Regulations Is Enough Already: Supreme Court Puts Brakes on Bureaucratic Overreach, Jennifer Wishon, 14 October, 2022

3. Federal Fees, Fines, and Penalties: Observations on Agency Spending Authorities, GAO-17-268T, Published: Dec 01, 2016. Publicly Released: Dec 01, 2016.

4. Tracking regulatory changes in the Biden era, Brookings Institute, Friday, March 3, 2023

5. Count the Code: Quantifying Federalization of Criminal Statutes, GianCarlo Canaparo, Patrick McLaughlin, PhD, Jonathan Nelson and Liya Palagashvili, PhD, January 7, 2022

6. Peoples’ Democracy as a Form of Political Organisation of Society, by A. Sobolev, [Printed in Communist Review, London, January, 1952, pp. 3-21

7. “How Parliament Can Play a Revolutionary Part in the Transition to Socialism and the Role of the Popular Masses” By Jan Kozak, Member of the Secretariat of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, Published by the Independent Information Centre, 4, Holland Road, London, W.14 (G.B.), 1961.

8. A Brief History of Administrative Government by Center for Effective Government

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