Re-writting History

Inspired during my hearing of a report from a professor friend regarding political debates in America that included a general reference made to “The Constitution”. I replied saying the idea that government is based solely on this Constitution doesn’t follow historical fact as it is only one fourth of the Organic Laws and as such is required to be read in light of the other three Organic Laws. The professor agreed! American History has been re-written!

First Published:   7/29/2016 at

1984[1] is possibly the leading narrative on the necessity for re-writing history whenever government deems it in its best interest.

We in the u.s. of A. have been long past “1984” as a (de facto) reality. The history here that has long been re-written (as early as September 17, 1787) when the fourth “Organic Law” in the form of the writing of “the Constitution” was completed. Probably, the most important particular “history” that was re-written at that time was in regards to the validity of the second Organic Law: The Articles of Confederation (1777).

The new Federalist claimed that their new Constitution replaced the second Organic Law however replacement would have required a lawful repealing of the later and that simply never ever occurred. The difference between the historical truth and rewritten history in this instance is the difference between genuine liberty and “doublethink”.

August 2nd –

I’m posting the following here rather than start a new blog-post as I begin to research about The California Republic’s original constitution that I believe “guaranteed” free higher education to it’s Citizens.

In the process of my research I found this to be of interest:

“… Although tradition speaks of the unfurling of the Stars and Stripes immediately after the Declaration of Independence, there is no definite evidence of the use of the flag of thirteen stars and thirteen stripes prior to its adoption by the American
Congress. George Henry Preble, Rear Admiral, U. S. N., in
his “History of the Flag of the United States of America,” has
this to say :

‘Beyond a doubt, the thirteen stars and stripes were unfurled at the battle of Brandywine, September 11, 1777, eight days
after the official promulgation of them at Philadelphia, …'”[2]

The following is from the “archive”[2] and may be my main reference and basis for a letter to the UC regents:


Inalienable rights.

Section 1. All men are by nature free and independent, and
have certain inalienable rights, among which are those of enjoy-
ing and defending life and liberty ; acquiring, possessing, and protecting property; and pursuing and obtaining safety and happiness. [Constitution of 1849, Art. I, § 1]

The superior “Declaration of Rights” should be based on the phrase “unalienable Rights” exactly as it is written in the first Organic Law: The Declaration of Independence.

The two terms: “unalienable” and “inalienable” have distinctively different meanings.[3]

[Now (11:06 AM on Tuesday, August 2nd) I’m convinced that this particular post: “Re-writting History” is the perfect place for this additional posting as I read at the

“… the Jefferson Memorial includes an excerpt from the ‘Declaration of Independence’ attributed to Jefferson that referred to our ‘inalienable Rights’. But the text of the ‘Declaration of Independence’ expressly refers to our ‘unalienable Rights’. Thus, the ‘Declaration of Independence’ is misquoted in 12″ high letters that are carved in stone.”

Purpose of government.

Sec. 2. All political power is inherent in the people. Govern-
ment is instituted for the protection, security, and benefit of the
people, and they have the right to alter or reform the same whenever the public good mav require it. [Constitution of 1849, Art. I, §2]

[Comment] Do UC Regents declare any kind of “oath of office” that includes supporting this constitution? I’ve not seen one. If the Regents do declare their allegiance to the “spirit of the (American and then California) Law” then the people need to hold the Regents accountable to their declarations and to supporting “the protection … of the people” who in this instance are students – firstly by protecting their unalienable Rights to “enjoying and defending (their) life and liberty; … pursuing and obtaining safety and happiness” without risk of injury (as is known to have occurred with vaccinations).

The 6th –

I have made minor edits above to reflect the answers I’ve received from the California State Library regarding the University regents. The Librarian (like myself) did not find any prescribed oaths for the Regents. IMO – oaths are essential for “office-holders” when their functions are primarily one of public trust in service to the people of the area they serve. I’m surprised not to see an “oath” readily available in the California Constitution for the Regents.

The Regents apparently co-wrote the University of California’s new requirement, that they passed last year, for all students to have their MMR, TdaP, Varicella and Meningococcal conjugate shots before the first day of school. There are several areas of issues regarding this including legal issues however I present an additional perspective that some may automatically think is “legal” whereas the foundation I am pointing is actually one of fundamental Law namely the Organic Laws of the United States of America. It is somewhat a “knee-jerk reaction” to think in legal terms as is so often the case in a litigious society and yet loose sight of what comes before the legal system. In such a state I feel the necessity to return to the foundation, not only for the Regents to refer to but especially for the students to be empowered by, possibly “enlightened” by.

I count it a real misfortune that American history as it is taught in the school system is compromised. If we are to continue as an American people we must recover our history. You could say that I’m on a mission for that purpose – The Recovery of American History.

The Declaration of Independence is the first of four Organic Laws the cornerstone of American Law. Without it we do not have American Law or an American Nation. The Constitution of September 17, 1787 is the fourth Organic Law and it naturally comes after the first. Referring to this Constitution as if it were the only foundation for America is truly problematic because it’s true standing can only be within the context of the first Organic Law. If the “Constitution” is “divorced” from the Declaration of Independence then we are without our “North Star” as our guiding light. We must “hold these truths to be self evident” or we are subject to whatever the prevailing political winds of the day may be. We must know that “Life” includes our individual health and total well-being that is our natural unalienable Right meaning that it can not be given away or compromised by anything including an institution’s “requirement” under color of institutional law and/or in the name of public health. There is no public health without healthy individuals – the only place where health begins. (Health is actually another area of issues regarding vaccinations.)

The second Organic Law is The Articles of Confederation wherein every State is bond to honor the freedom of its “free inhabitants”, who are free from external government as that is completely congruent with the first Organic Law that finally rejected external government.

10th –

Continuing on the above theme regarding “vaccinations” even though I have sent off my letter to the UC Regents as I now have some additional “leads” regarding deep issues with the law.

In the process I discovered the following book: “Restore The Republic”. Serendipitously the forward by Ron Paul speaks to a “redefinition” that is expressed in a Congressional Research Service report that I took note of regarding the Commerce Clause and that I do not agree with.

“… the commerce clause originally was intended as a limited grant of federal power to allow the federal government to ensure free-trade between the states. ‘Progressive’ lawyers, judges, politicians, and academics attacked this accepted understanding, however, and redefined the commerce clause as a general grant of power to regulate all areas of our economic and personal lives. …” Ron Paul in the Forward to Jonathan Emord’s book “Restore the Republic” (2012).[4]

Jonathan begins his Introduction (after a quote from Madison) with: “The United States has lost its constitutional identity.”

I don’t think there is more precise wording that can be assembled to express the mammoth truth of this statement. The more I contemplate it the more profound it becomes in my awareness! To know the depth and breadth of the truth in this statement (IMO) requires a graduate level understanding of the four Organic Laws of The United States of America. That is because the three preceding Organic Laws are required as a collective context for a true understanding of the last Organic Law: the Constitution of September 17, 1787. This last Organic law didn’t suddenly appear out of no where! In fact it is a direct extension of the second Organic Law: The “Articles of Confederation”, a Law that is still recognized in the set of four by the United States Government Printing Office in the publication of “United States Code” where on the title page of Volume One it reads: “Organic Laws” followed by “Title 1”.

Understanding the four Organic Laws will give you a true historical perspective of the “United States” whereby you will see that that the “United States” is distinctly preceded by “The United States of America” in both the first and second Organic Laws; that the “United States” pertains to property owned by “The United States of America” as set forth in the Northwest Territory as represented in the third Organic Law: “Ordinance of 1787: The Northwest Territorial Government”. A “myopic” focus just on the “Constitution” does not necessarily include the greater and very essential context of the complete foundation for “the last Organic Law: the Constitution of September 17, 1787”.

Also – More on “Unalienable”:

“…1778, John Jay … in an essay entitled. ‘A Freeholder, A Hint to the Legislature of the State of New York’ …The undoubted right and unalienable privilege of a freeman …”:

The 11th –

From Black’s Law Dictionary –

“Incapable of being aliened, that is, sold and transferred.”[5]

“Not subject to alienation …”[6]

Although both of these legal terms share the core term of “lien[7] these are actually two different terms with separate and distinct meanings. The difference is between “incapable” and “not subject to”.

The 12th –

Alfred Adask explains the difference:

At first glance the two terms seem pretty much synonymous. However, while the word “inalienable” is “not subject to alienation,” the word “unalienable” is “incapable of being aliened”. I believe the distinction between these two terms is this:

“Unalienable” is “incapable” of being aliened by anyone, including the man who holds something “unalienable”. Thus, it is impossible for any individual to sell, transfer or otherwise dispose of an “unalienable Right”. It is impossible for you to take one of my “unalienable rights”. It is likewise impossible for me to even voluntarily surrender, sell or transfer one of my “unalienable rights”. Once I have something “unalienable,” it’s impossible for me to get rid of it. It would be easier to give up the color of my eyes or my heart than to give up that which is “unalienable”.

That which is “inalienable,” on the other hand, is merely “not subject to alienation”. Black’s 2nd does not declare that it’s absolutely impossible for that which is “inalienable” to be sold, transferred or assigned. Instead, I believe that “inalienable” merely means that “inalienable rights” are not subject to “alienation” by others. That is, no one can compel me to sell, abandon or transfer any of my “inalienable” rights. I am not “subject” to compelled “alienation” by others.

But that leaves open the question of whether I may am entitled to voluntarily and unilaterally sell, transfer, abandon or otherwise surrender that which is “inalienable”. Thus, while it is impossible for me to abandon, or for government to take, my “unalienable rights,” it is possible for me to voluntarily waive my “inalienable” rights. I strongly suspect that our gov-co presumes that our rights are at best “inalienable,” and that since we have not expressly claimed them, we could have and therefore must have waived them.[8]

I highly encourage your clear understanding of the above distinction. Let there be no doubt in your thoughts or in your heart about all your Rights both your natural unalienable Rights as well as your inalienable rights.

Alfred Adask continues to articulate the difference:

If we look at Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (A.D. 1856) we’ll see:

“INALIENABLE. A word denoting the condition of those things the property in which cannot be lawfully transferred from one person to another. …”

“UNALIENABLE. Incapable of being transferred. Things which are not in commerce, … The natural rights of life and liberty are unalienable.”

Clearly, the words are not synonymous. While “inalienable” rights can’t be “lawfully” transferred “to another,” they might nevertheless be waived by the holder or perhaps “unlawfully” (privately??) “transferred” to someone else. However, those rights which are “unalienable” are absolutely incapable of being transferred lawfully, unlawfully, administratively, privately or by implication or operation of law. That which you have, which is “unalienable,” is your wrists in an absolute sense that cannot possibly be discarded, transferred, sold, or otherwise abandoned.

Also, note that the word “unalienable” describes things which are “not in commerce”. However, it appears that those things which are “inalienable” could be “in commerce”. As you know, much of the trouble we have with the modern government is based on government’s claim of power to regulate all that is involved in interstate commerce. In so far as you may be able to prove that any item or right you seek to use or exercise is “unalienable,” that item or right would be beyond the power of our government to regulate under interstate commerce. You can see the power potential in “unalienable”.

Most importantly, as declared in the “Declaration of Independence,” all men are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights. Our unalienable rights flow from God and are not subject to man’s meddling. Bouvier’s agrees by defining “unalienable” as including our “natural” rights (which flow from “nature’s God”).

I would encourage you to underscore: “You can see the power potential in ‘unalienable'” in every way that you can. What is unalienable is absolutely beyond the jurisdiction of Congress! What is beyond the jurisdiction of Congress is not subject to governmental regulations. Let your unalienable Rights be your reality! Let all things to the country be the illusionary fiction that they truly are.

August 13, –

The importance of human history lies in its meaning. Answering this question (one of eight) is a requirement that helps characterize one’s world view: “What is the meaning of human history?”[9]

the 24th –

Although we have a virtually undisputed history in the court room referred to below you won’t find the inspiration for the making of the German dictator included in the United States history books.

In a suggested letter by Ed Rivera to presidential candidates Ed quotes from a DVD version of the Nuremberg Trial. I had to verify that quote before posting it here. I just found it at Amazon:

“Stahmer cued Goring to explain where the idea had come from to combine the ceremonial head of state and the head of government in one person, Adolf Hitler. That was simple, Goring explained. They had taken their example from the similar dual roles of the president of the United States.” –
Nuremberg : Infamy on Trial Reprint Edition
by Joseph E. Persico[10]

I find this a rather electrifying verification. Now I’d like to see how close I can get to the court transcripts!

In the meanwhile here’s another reference to the above:

“Goring even claimed that when Hitler subverted Germany’s republican constitution by amalgamating the offices of chancellor and president, he was merely emulating the powers of the office of President of the United States, which merged the roles of head of government and head of state.”[11]

Author of the above quoted article provided me with two links. One to: “The International Military Tribunal for Germany – Contents of The Nuremberg Trials Collection” at the Lillian Goldman Law Library 127 Wall Street, New Haven, Conn.. I need to contact their librarian.[12]

August 26th –

There are two different offices of President referred to in the American Constitution of September 17, 1787.[13]

Also found an impressive old newspaper with article on the combined offices that were given to Hitler.[14]

“Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933. … in private Hitler had expressed hope that ‘the old reactionary’ would die soon so that he could merge the two offices of president and Chancellor together. …”[15]

Plus: A “… course was adopted for curtailing the (separate) powers of the president. One prerogative after another was taken from Hindenburg, as in the second Reichstag Fire Decree the right to appoint national commissioners …, and in the Enabling Act the right to issue decree laws. As for the balance, Hindenburg’s death was awaited. When he did die in August 1934, Hitler could have had himself or some puppet elected president. But he preferred combining the two offices of president and chancellor by decree, subsequently sanctioned by plebiscite.”[16]

August 28th –

Cont. research Re: the Nuremberg Trials:

“… Trials of War Criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals under Allied Control Council (ACC) Law No. 10, October 1946-April 1949.

Originally, a second international trial at Nuremberg was to have focused primarily on the activities of German finance and industry during the Third Reich. The so-called ‘industrialists trial,’ was widely regard(ed) as of equal importance to the prosecution of the Nazi and SS high command. The United States vetoed this plan, declaring in the autumn of 1945 that it would refuse to participate in any further international trials and would hold separate prosecutions on its own.”[17]

29th –

Sent email message to author Joseph Persico asking for his assistance in accessing an online source of the Nuremberg trial transcripts.

September 12,

Got a reply from a family member of Joseph Persico informing me that he had crossed the threshold.

Further research regarding Hitler’s rise to power gave me what I call the connecting surface dots except for the financing. Now I have both surface and backing in one article.[18]

Sept. 18th –

It appears that Hitler (with the essential help he needed from others) had accomplished in a relatively short period of just a few years what it took the government of the “United States” about 214 years to accomplish.

The 19th –

More “Unalienable”:

“… unalienable rights are God’s laws and written laws must, as supported by the Declaration of Independence, apply only to a government whose purpose it is to secure those unalienable rights for the people. Complex and intricate bureaucratic government institutions are meant to ensnare those looking for the simple application of God’s unwritten law. Government laws must conform with God’s laws, so as with all written laws loopholes abound in government laws. …”[19]


October 11th, 2016 –

Strange as it may seem – the idea of having the Constitution of September 17, 1787 be the sole guarantee of our liberty is an idea that is not actually founded on Organic American Law. The popularity of the idea does not make it true. The endorsement by organizations does not make it true. Even if those organizations offer a virtual “Library of Law and Liberty” it still does not make “the Constitution, even with the “Bill of Rights” the sole  guarantee of our liberty.

In light of this I offered the following to such an organization for their consideration.

Greetings Fellow Freedom Lovers!
Thank you for the “12 Key Concepts of Liberty”:
I appreciate: The 5th listed concept: “limited government”.
I’d like to offer a comment in regards to the first point: “governmental power limited by means of a constitution and/or bill of rights”.
I think we would agree that this particular concept is one of the first references that Americans make in regards to preserving their liberty. Unfortunately the idea of having “governmental power limited by means of a constitution” has not been successful if we are honest about the facts of government’s expansion beyond the so-called constitutional limits. Does your organization acknowledge this? If so would it be possible to have a forum opened for discussion on this particular subject matter?


[1] “Nineteen Eighty-four (published in 1949), a novel (George Orwell) wrote as a warning after years of brooding on the twin menaces of Nazism and Stalinism. The novel is set in an imaginary future in which the world is dominated by three perpetually warring totalitarian police states. The book’s hero, the Englishman Winston Smith, is a minor party functionary in one of those states. His longing for truth and decency leads him to secretly rebel against the government, which perpetuates its rule by systematically distorting the truth and continuously rewriting history to suit its own purposes.”:






[7] Lien –
“A qualified right of property which a creditor has in or over specific property of his debtor, as security for the debt or charge or for performance of some act. …”:


[9] The Universe Next Door A BASIC WORLDVIEW CATALOGUE; September 2010 – Introduction:






[14] TAUNTON DAILY GAZETTE, Massachusetts, August 2, 1934 –

* Germany President Paul Von Hindenburg death
* Adolph Hitler becomes president
* Nazis begin climb to full power of Germany:

[15] “Phoenix Rising: The Rise and Fall of the American Republic By Donald G. Left:


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[16] “Political Education of Arnold Brecht: An Autobiography, 1884-1970” by Arnold Brecht:

“Arnold Brecht witnessed and participated in the course of German history from the late 19th century to the present. Serving under seven Reich chancellors, he became acting Secretary of State, and was finally removed from office by Hitler in 1933.”:






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