by Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
After the bombing in Seaside Park, NJ and the bombing in Chelsea, a neighborhood in Manhattan, President Barack Obama called Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York; Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey; and Mayor William de Blasio of New York City to express his concerns under federalism. They are chief executive officers in their jurisdictions.
In the meantime, a controversy has erupted over Section 50-A of the New York Civil Rights Law. It shields the disciplinary findings against P.O. Daniel Pantaleo for the chokehold death of Eric Garner on Staten Island. New York City settled the wrongful death action, with the estate of Eric Garner for $5.9 million, in “hush money.” Ramsey Orta, the “whistleblower,” is the only victim. Next month, he is headed to prison.
Under states’ rights, Mr. Obama would have never telephoned these three CEO’s. The Iroquois Confederacy actually structured the future government of the United States. The issue was trade between the colonies and the Iroquois Confederacy. Indians were unwilling to trade with the white man unless the white man embraced federalism.
No person can communicate with whites who lack a knowledge of “legalese” and “military science.” This is why Indians are on reservations as his enemy. The attacks in both New Jersey and New York arose under federalism. Any person who resides in the United States, without a knowledge of the U.S. Constitution, is a “constitutional squatter.” Ignorance of the law is a class action. It endangers all blacks.
When Mayor de Blasio traveled from City Hall to Harlem to confer with Rev. Al Sharpton, all blacks, in New York, knew or should have known that the “Rotten Apple” is a one-shop plantation. Censorship should have been the first clue. It only applies to prisons and plantations. New York is a hybrid.
“Home rule” is a real and justiciable issue. Even Gov. Cuomo admitted that it was being honored in its breach. No reason existed for Mayor de Blasio to travel uptown. By law, he should have been consulting with Corporation Counsel Zachary W. Carter and Public Advocate Letitia James.
Although Dr. Calvin Butts of Abyssinian Baptist Church, in Harlem, has never been a defendant in any retaliatory action and he has never been a lead defendant, it would have made more sense for Mayor de Blasio to have conferred with Dr. Butts over the issue of Irish domination in the NYPD. Rev. Sharpton was a fringe player until Tawana Brawley. This is in the public record.
If President Obama had only called Rev. Al Sharpton about the bombings in New York and New Jersey, whites would have immediately invoked the impeachment proviso of the U.S. Constitution. The House of Representatives would draft Articles of Impeachment. The trial would occur before the U.S. Senate. There would have been a unanimous vote in both legislative bodies favoring impeachment.
Blacks should demand that Gov. Cuomo ((518- 474-8390) immediately remove Mayor de Blasio from office. The issue is in the enforcement of Section 50-A of the Civil Rights Law which is “Home Rule,” a relationship between state and local sovereignty. Mayor de Blasio should have been conferring with legislators in the New York State Senate and New York State Assembly and not Rev. Sharpton. The letter of the law has outlawed slavery.
Sharpton has no title or role in the “separation of powers” doctrine and he lacks any knowledge of “legalese.” There is a “Separation of Church and State.” It is illegal for a religious body to support a political candidate with a religious title. No religious figure is permitted to have a voice in government. See Father Robert Drinan of the Catholic Church. He had to flee Congress.
Sharpton lacked standing, in any manner, in the discipline of P.O. Daniel Pantaleo. De Blasio simply went to Harlem to check on his slaves and their slave quarters. This is self-definition and not self-determination. These “Negroes” have defined themselves as “constitutional squatters.” I am, instead, a creditor and a lien holder. I file a grievance everyday against government.
While President Obama is saying that it would be an insult to his legacy for blacks not to vote on November 8, 2016, blacks should call him (202-456-1111) and ask does he give any deference to “mutuality of obligations,” a principle of contract law and “reciprocity” a principle of equity under Maat. Blacks are already under martial law under his watch.
Furthermore, the way to stop “passing the buck” in my illegal and unconstitutional attorney discipline proceeding is for NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman ((212-416-8000) to issue an “attorney general’s opinion.” See Black’s Law Dictionary. Schneiderman has all the papers and proceedings. You can give him my name. He will never do it.
I was once the people’s attorney general. Gov. Mario Cuomo decided that slaves had no right to counsel. “Home Rule” does not allow Mayor de Blasio to operate a system of plantations. Untold “badges of slavery” exist. Blacks must seek declaratory and injunctive relief in a taxpayer’s lawsuit. No militant, black attorney exists in New York.
Read: “Blaz Secrets Albany’s fault,” Ellen Moynihan and Larry McShane, Daily News, September 18, 2016.
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