Waging A Real War On Christmas/Synchronized Hyperspace Event

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Re: Waging A Real War On Christmas/Synchronized Hyperspace E

Post by SashaGallagher » Mon Oct 09, 2017 3:10 pm

How to Wage Non-Violence

Can you imagine if White people still had a Super Bowl or Championship Finals with just White people.

Posted Aug 8th
Spike Lee should turn what he is doing into a black boycott of the NFL. If black people didn't watch or go to NFL games they would lose money, but if black players started boycotting the NFL they could rewrite the rules of the NFL, they could start making demands.

Collin Kaepernick protested by Police Union
http://time.com/4478542/colin-kaepernic ... ott-games/

Beyonce Protested by Polce Union
http://atlanta.cbslocal.com/2016/02/23/ ... e-boycott/

Collin Kaepernick kneeled because of the Police Shootings and Shootings like Treyvon Martin. He was basically saying that he was disappointed in America, not that he hated America or hated the Military. And if he had kneeled at any other time it would not have meant anything. A Navy Seal suggested he kneel after he sat on the bench and said it was meant to be like Prayer. It is like when you kneel for someone who broke their leg on the field, but it is for Treyvon Martin, and Mike Brown, and Eric Garner, and Sandra Bland, and everyone that got shot and then the discussion turned to "Look how violent the protesters are" instead of actually looking at why they are being violent. He took a knee FOR America.

So then everyone decided to make it all about the Flag and the Military, even though the Military and the Police are 2 distinct things. Go look it up, there are videos of Vets getting into shootouts with cops. Part of the reason America rallied around the whole "Support our Troops" thing is because during and after Vietnam no one did support the Troops, and they became Homeless and many joined Gangs and shared their Military training with their friends from home. And it was a Draft, so there were a lot of people going and coming back.


Then Trump said "I'd like to see the owners fire these guys", which sparked a huge number of people doing the first weekend.

And then he drew a line "It's ok to lock arms, not ok to kneel" so it's not about to stop happening.

Lt Gen Jay Silveria at the Airforce Base in Colorado just gave everyone an archetype, a model to follow (and one of my little brothers is actually going to school there right now and joined the Airforce, so may have been in that room). The Owners of the NFL teams may have been disingenuous, but at least what they did meant that the Protests are not going to be attacked by the League.

If the Owners had stood up and made a statement all of them being called Son's of Bitches for kneeling, like Lt Gen Jay Silveria basically did today, then there would not be a question; and more people might think "Maybe it's not even about the flag".

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Post by SashaGallagher » Mon Oct 09, 2017 3:39 pm

Lewis and Clark went around the United States setting Plains on Fire because it was a signal to the Tribes that they were there and they wanted to meet them.

Hannibal Barca and his International Afro-Centric Military burned the fields in France and Italy to let the population in the area know that Rome was not there.

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Post by SashaGallagher » Mon Oct 09, 2017 3:48 pm

The United States was founded on a Revolution. Many people believed that Thomas Jefferson was an Anarchist, because he created moments of Anarchy, but in the end he helped create a “More Perfect Union”. The Revolution most people think of when they think of Revolution is a Communist Revolution, or the Counter Revolutions to the Communist Revolutions; and that is because the Communist Manifesto is relatively new in terms of Human History. But Revolutions have previously not been about Communism, and a Proletariat class V a class of Capitalist or Feudalistic self indulgent overlords who actually spend time thinking of ways to make the Proletariat do more for less. Most Revolutions were about Liberty, and were based on ideas similar to the of Plato’s Republic. The Liberty Cap and Liberty Pole (also called the Phyrgian Cap) is a common symbol in this form of Revolution, and Assassination is a common theme in this form of Revolution (“Sic Semper Tyranus” or “As Always to Tyrants”).



Federalism is the idea behind the United States Constitution. The idea that we are Voluntarily Governed, and that there is no “Ruling Class” in this Country, no one is in charge here, and anyone can be taken out of office (no Assassination necessary). The idea that there are 3 Competing Branches of Government in the Congress, President and Supreme Court. The Acknowledgement that no one is probably right when it comes to Politics, and Religion, and anything like that, so we will have a Government that Acknowledges all the Factions within the Country, and works to make everything as equal as it can for all of them. An example of how far we have strayed from this concept is that we can’t figure out how to teach Shias and Sunnis anything about this concept, and we seem to think it is just all about Voting and Democracy. Republicans and Democrats are Factions; they don’t do anything that lasts Centuries and they may even be the downfall of America. Classical and Neo-Conservatism and Classical and Neo-Liberalism completely Hijacked this country, Abraham Lincoln may have called himself a Republican; but he was a Federalist who preserved the Union; and now we have a “State of the Union Address”.



http://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/cgi/ ... fss_papers

This Paper linked about is called “Slicing the American Pie” and it is about Federalism V Personal Law Systems. So Federalism is not just a random 3rd ideology in America, like Greens or Libertarians. Federalism is literally the Legal System we operate under as a Nation. The Paper explains the 2 systems, and I will summarize here. The best way to explain Federalism is to first explain the Personal Law System. In a Country where there is Personal Law, like India, every Religion has their own rights; for example, in India Muslims are allowed to have multiple wives, but Christians aren’t. In America the State is the “Personal” part. Colorado Law is different than Texas Law is different than New York Law is different than California Law, but they all Submit to the Constitution and the Supreme Court.

Most people don’t realize this but there are actually 3 forms of Law:



First is Fundamental Law, this is the Constitution which sets up the Rules for President and Courts and Congress, the Constitution is the thing that makes those people have a job. Without the Constitution you have no Contract with those people, and if they violate the Contract it can be invalidated and replaced.



Then there is Statutory Law, this is the Law that the Constitution says Congress can write, such as Law for “Commerce between the States, Indian Tribes and Foreign Nations”. The Controlled Substances Act, or the Patriot Act, or other Acts of Congress like that are what create “Statutory Law”, which is then Codified into the USC.



And last, but absolutely not least, is Case Law. This is the real Law. The Constitution may say something, but you may not interpret it the same as the Supreme Court, because they have been seeing cases for about 300 years now, and have been seeing situations in which the Constitution becomes more clearly defined in their eyes, and it gets passed down into case law.

The reason it seems to most people like your lawyer doesn’t do much and the Judge just makes Arbitrary decisions is because it takes time and effort to go through the years and years of Case Law, and actually find out if there is an argument for your Case. Your lawyer would much rather just look at what happened in that County, over the past 5 years or so, and just go based on that, and not deal with it any further, and you pay him. And maybe he’ll try to see if the Judge will answer a motion to Dismiss if you are lucky and got a good lawyer. If these layers would actually put in the effort to read all those books on the shelves in their office, from Cover to Cover, highlighting all the stuff they found to be profound; we would have a much better legal system.

Look up “Writ Writers”. Every lawyer should be able to write a Writ, but almost every single Writ Writer in America started as a Jailhouse Lawyer. Meaning: someone who was in Jail and learned the Law there, and not from ever stepping foot in a Law School. If you look up “Writ Writers” on Google it is going to bring up a bunch of stuff about people who learned Law from inside Jail.

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Post by SashaGallagher » Mon Oct 09, 2017 3:52 pm

"You can't form this with no education. Let me give you an example. Jomo Kenyatta formed the [Kenyan] Revolution with no education, and in the end Jomo told those motherfuckers "I'm your brother I'll help you lead the Revolution but now I'm gonna oppress you". Another example Papa Doc in Haiti hated everything white, you couldn't put this white piece of paper in front of Papa Doc's face. But he moved all the white people out then he took over to be the oppressor, because of no education. If the people had been educated they would have said, we don't hate the white people we hate the oppressor, whether he be white, black, brown or yellow. So we need an educational program to find out what it's going to be in the finale. Jomo Kenyatta is called not a Revolutionary but an Ex-Revolutionary, so is Papa Doc, they brought on successful Revolutions. That thing in the Mau Maus and Bantu Freedom Fighters, all that kind of action. What we are talking about is the end, you don't judge Castro now, no one in this room can judge if Castro is going to be a Revolutionary. We're talking about things with China, the People's Republic, and even at the stage they're in now talking about going further into a Communistic State. Without education the people will take this local foundation and start stealing money because they won't understand how it is the people's thing anyway. You might get people caught up because they are poor and they want something, and if they aren't educated they'll want more, and before you know it they'll be capitalists and before you know it we'll have black imperialists" -Fred Hampton

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Post by SashaGallagher » Mon Oct 09, 2017 3:58 pm

"They’re not really aware that-They know some shits going on in this country somewhere but a lot of people out there don’t know where it’s at. They think it’s the black people doing it, you dig? That, “All those riots are causing my life to be miserable in all areas,“ you know. And they really haven’t focused in on the fact that it’s the pigs and their lynchers, the people who control the pigs, the power structure. Those bald headed businessmen at the chamber of commerce, you see. They’re not turned on to that power structure, they just know that life is becoming increasingly miserable for everybody.
But when they find out who it is that’s causing trouble, and who it is that’s making life miserable, and who it is that’s responsible for all their sons being murdered in Vietnam; when they get tuned in to that they’ll now be just like the Panthers. This is what we’re tuned into. We see what’s going on and more and more people are turning on to that.” -Eldridge Cleaver

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Post by SashaGallagher » Mon Oct 09, 2017 4:03 pm

Call the White House
202-456-9451, 202-456-9453, or 202-456-9431

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Post by SashaGallagher » Mon Oct 09, 2017 4:10 pm

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Re: Waging A Real War On Christmas/Synchronized Hyperspace E

Post by SashaGallagher » Mon Oct 09, 2017 4:46 pm

And in case anyone is unaware, we have a 100% Win streak in the War on Christmas.

Year 1, Christians started declaring on YouTube that they would no longer put up Christmas Trees. The whole point is not to end Christmas, it is to prove that it is not a Christian Holiday, and form a Political Movement of Polytheism. After I created the #Fuckabee, we also got Megyn Kelly to take a hard stance on White Santa.

Year 2, "Waging a Real War on Christmas" became so Searched, that Google now Suggests it for you and Donald Trump actually picks up the fight. Then not really anything to do with the War on Christmas whatsoever, but Bill O'Reilly is fired.

This year, I will be creating Marijuana strains and I created the Non-Profit Organization, the Shaivite Temple, and we will win the War on Christmas Year after Year, as the Christians put their Pagan Trees in their Houses, and Idolize a Fat Elf for 2 Months, and call Hindus Idolaters.

Also, have you ever heard of Jack Herer? When I create these strains I will be following after his model, and I will be giving away Clones and Seeds for Free. He actually went to different places and set up Hydroponic and Indoor Soil Grows for people, but that was before States were legalizing it, so it was harder to spread. And he single handedly outdid the DEA day-by-day, meaning, every day he put more plants up than they took down. This is just one example of how things can get started. Everyone can be a part of it and find their own way to make a difference, this thread is full of ways to do that. I will be guiding anyone who wants guidance, and for example if you wanted to be part of spreading the strains, I will send you seeds when we have some. And we will be doing much more than that.

But we have Won every year, and we will continue building.

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Re: Waging A Real War On Christmas/Synchronized Hyperspace E

Post by SashaGallagher » Mon Oct 09, 2017 4:49 pm

I actually missed a Year in there, we have been winning the War on Christmas for 4 Years now.

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Re: Waging A Real War On Christmas/Synchronized Hyperspace E

Post by SashaGallagher » Mon Oct 09, 2017 5:03 pm

So Trump seems to know he has 3 more Years before anything happens, and probably knows that the Congress has Elections next Year, so can't reach out to him as far as they are now, unless their constituents give them a Primary challenger that is a Trump or Joe Arpaio type person.

But I don't think Trump realizes that the Year after that, people are going to start running against him. He needs to start paying attention and thinking of Nicknames now if he wants to continue to be President. They are going to be coming to Debate him with information about things he has done (or hasn't).

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