16 June, 2007

All-Day Coverage of Knoxville Rally

Posted by Dietrich in Alex Linder, radio, rallies, Theseus, Tony at 12:12 am | Permanent Link

VNN Broadcasting is live all day today, covering Alex and Tony’s exploits at the rally in Knoxville from 9 A.M. EST until 3 P.M. EST. The two will be interviewing attendees and documenting events live. In addition, I will be “live-blogging” the event as videos and stills arrive.

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  7. 14 Responses to “All-Day Coverage of Knoxville Rally”

    1. Michael Mavros Says:

      Who is that in the picture Latalvius or Lamericus?

    2. -JC Says:

      Regarding freedom to walk down the street at a rally with 30 participants, various “antis,” and hundreds of “law enforcement officers,” while not actually interfering with emergency vehicles: This was mailed to me earlier this evening on so called laws passed that are in conflict with the constitution. Perhaps you’ve seen it. By the way, I would carefully read each “law” you are accused of violating and see for yourself if the complaint alleges that your actions meet each and every element, before discussing your situation with a lawyer. And I apologize if you know this already but some readers may not.

      Sixteenth American Jurisprudence, Second Edition, Section 256

      (Supreme, Federal or State court rulings in contradiction thereof, therefore, of no ‘binding’ or ‘legal’ effect, and as such ‘void judgments’ and NOT, in any manner, ‘Rule of Law.’)

      Section 256. Generally.
      The general rule is that an unconstitutional statute, whether federal [29] or state, [30] though having the form and name of law, is in reality no law, [31] but is wholly void, [32] and ineffective for any purpose; [33] since unconstitutionality dates from the time of its enactment, and not merely from the date of the decision so branding it, [34] an unconstitutional law, in legal contemplation, is as inoperative as if it had never been passed. [31] Such a statute leaves the question that it purports to settle just as it would be had the statute not been enacted. [36] No repeal of such an enactment is necessary. [37]

      Since an unconstitutional law is void, the general principles follow that it imposes no duties, [38] confers no rights, [39] creates no office, [40] bestows no power or authority on anyone, [41] affords no protection, [42] and justifies no acts performed under it. [43] A contract which rests on an unconstitutional statute creates no obligation to be impaired by subsequent legislation. [44]

      No one is bound to obey an unconstitutional law [45] and no courts are bound to enforce it. [46] Persons convicted and fined under a statute subsequently held unconstitutional may recover the fines paid. [47]

      A void act cannot be legally inconsistent with a valid one. [48] And an unconstitutional law cannot operate to supersede any existing valid law. [49] Indeed, insofar as a statute runs counter to the fundamental law of the land, it is superseded thereby. [50] Since an unconstitutional statute cannot repeal or in any way affect an existing one, [51] if a repealing statute is unconstitutional, the statute which it attempts to repeal remains in full force and effect. [52] And where a clause repealing a prior law is inserted in an act, which act is unconstitutional and void, the provision for the repeal of the prior law will usually fall with it and will not be permitted to operate as repealing such prior law. [53]

      The general principles stated above apply to the constitutions as well as to the laws of the several states insofar as they are repugnant to the Constitution and laws of the United States. [54] Moreover, a construction of a statute which brings it in conflict with a constitution will nullify it as effectually as if it had, in express terms, been enacted in conflict therewith. [55]

      An unconstitutional portion of a statute may be examined for the purpose of ascertaining the scope and effect of the valid portions. [56]

      “The numbers in [brackets] are footnotes that refer to court decisions. You can look them up in the American Jurisprudence at any law library.

      “Juries in the United States have the right and power to judge the law as well as the facts. This means that a jury can acquit a defendant for any reason or none and need not give any reason for it’s decision. Therefore, statutes that are unconstitutional or immoral can be set aside, or good laws that are misapplied can be ignored. This is called “jury nullification.'” I know, I know, just try to get that into your jury instructions; however, I would try and therefore set the record even if it does no good whatsoever.

      “And I won’t even go into how much taxpayer time and money is now also being wasted on the ‘Immigration Reform Act of 2007’ – if there are any ‘amnesty’ provisions in it when or if it ‘passes’, those that vote ‘yea’ are nothing more than ‘traitors’ to their oath of office, and the Constitution. No ‘ex post facto’ law means just that, Congress and the President are ‘prohibited’ from legalizing ANYONE through any ‘pathway to citizenship’ in this country at this time who is here already illegally, except in the manner already proscribed by the existing law.”

    3. -JC Says:

      Hopefully you got a picture of Miss Christian’s grave marker without the chimp sitting on her middle name (Is is Gail?). And, if not, I’d do so while you’re in town for the VNN photo archives.

    4. -JC Says:

      This needs to be mentioned, today: A tearful Nifong says he will resign.

      http://www.vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=50425

    5. Yankee Jim Says:

      Thanks for setting aside time to broadcast today Dietrich!

    6. Petrarch Says:

      Since others have made reference … it is unfortunate that a chimp which was the creation of French jew “holocaust” “survivor” is sitting on Miss Christian’s grave. How symbolic.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curious_George

      “…a curious monkey named George, who is brought from his home in Africa by “The Man with the Yellow Hat” to live with him in a big city.”

      It would be more appropriate to replace “Yellow Hat” with “Yellow Star”.

    7. Walter Thompson Says:

      -JC Says:
      Hopefully you got a picture of Miss Christian’s grave marker without the chimp sitting on her middle name (Is is Gail?). And, if not, I’d do so while you’re in town for the VNN photo archives.

      I was thinking the same thing. How about a pic without the monkey or the flowers? The gravestone picture really drives the point home and might spread across the internet like that image of Channon and Chris together. If someone really wants to get into it take a series of photos at different times and under different lighting conditions. A sunset reflection on the gravestone might work nicely. Same for Newsom. Nothing says diversity = death like a grave site.

    8. Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      I have the feeling that we have not heard the last of Gary Christian, Channon’s father.

      Gary, if you are reading this–if a preacher comes to you and says, Gary, we must forgive and pray for those that do these things, well, I hope you slug him in the mouth!

    9. gorilla g. guerrilla Says:

      “well, I hope you slug him in the mouth!”

      Preacher might say: “Thanks! That’s mighty Christian of you!”

    10. New America Says:

      An insightful comment by Sri Das.

      in reply:

      Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      I have the feeling that we have not heard the last of Gary Christian, Channon’s father.

      Gary, if you are reading this–if a preacher comes to you and says, Gary, we must forgive and pray for those that do these things, well, I hope you slug him in the mouth!

      in reply:
      I, too, suspect that all of Mr. Christian’s corporate supplied, sustained and controlled statements seem to reflect a man who can only say so much, in public, even – perhaps, especially – due to his work environment.

      He, of all of us, knows all too well the fruits of “tolerance,” and being “non-judgmental.”

      This comes from the subsidized Corporate form of Christianity, “JUDEO-Christianity.”

      If you read the Bible, you will discover that at no time does Jesus Christ forgive ANYONE for ANYTHING; indeed, His Ministry began with the fabrication of a weapon – a whip – following His entry into the Synagogue of Satan, where He used the whip with great power, indeed.

      I would hope that he recognizes that he must play along, for now, until after the trial; I can all but assure you his employer will make an example of him for the rest of the work force, as the principle of Control through Divide and Conquer is far more important to them than he, or his continued employment.

      Bob Whitaker made a useful observation that I believe is accurate; virtually all of the professional preachers are sociopaths.

      Literally, in my analysis, they have been so “tolerant” for so long, that they literally can not accept the world as it is. They have been so indoctrinated by their JUDEO-Christian seminaries, where they are weeded out if they show the slightest signs of resistance to their moral gelding, that they are worthless, save as symbols to help keep the drones in line.

      Above all, remember that JUDEO-Christianity is an oxymoron, designed to neutralize Christianity, and Christian Action. Judaism is the EXACT OPPOSITE of Christianity, in all doctrines, in all practices, in all beliefs.

      New America

      An Idea Whose Time Is HERE!

    11. sfg Says:

      I too believe that Channon Christian’s father doesn’t feel free to say what he really believes. At least that’s what I hope it is. Christopher’s father obviously feels that he can speak a little more freely–why I don’t know. Don’t know anything about him.

      But we all know as soon as either of them said anything remotely “truthful” everyone would be all over them. They already have enough stress to deal with just thinking about what their children endured. I’m willing to cut them a little slack–for now. But after the trial I want to hear some truth out of their mouths!

      I want to hear some blasting of the f’ing pieces of shit that did those things to their little children because they were white. If the mothers of the two won’t speak the truth, then I expect the fathers of the two to let the black community have it!! I expect to see two white fathers act like WHITE MEN for a change–media and multicultis be damned!!

      I was there for the rally Saturday. It was a long drive for me as I am a middle aged woman who gets very fatigued due to medical conditions. But, I needed to be there and I am glad that I went. I met Alex and some other very nice people. And I will return for any subsequent rallies. I looked nice because it was important that we look nice and presentable.

      I agree wholeheartedly with a VNN forum poster who said that many there looked pretty bad. I am not a fan of tattoos, and I don’t think they make a positive statement to most people. I mean, aren’t we trying to get our message out to middle America??

      Don’t get me wrong–I am in full support of any and all white people who show up for these rallies. I just wish they would put a little more effort into their appearance for these things. It’s a touchy subject because people get their backs up against the wall if you try to tell them how to look. They want to look like themselves.

      But–most of the people, save for Alex, just didn’t look ready for prime time. Alex looked professional and serious, and he spoke articulately and well. To be honest, a few of those people who spoke were absolutely completely unable to be understood. I hope Alex puts on the next rally and some better speakers are there.

      We MUST put our best people forward for the public. And uneducated and inarticulate isn’t going to get middle America on our side. Just because someone is on our side doesn’t mean they automatically speak for us–does it??

      Is Alex the only college educated, well spoken, articulate male we’ve got?? I sure as hell hope not. I was actually quite surprised when I first saw Alex. His pictures don’t do him justice. He is taller than I expected, much better looking in person, (his photos really don’t do him justice), and presents very well to the public.

      AND HE TOLD EVERYONE TO LOOK SHARP–REMEMBER?? Do what he says from now on. Look your best for the camera and for the six o clock news. Scruffy t shirts and pants, tattoos, and signs that can’t be read don’t look like you’ve prepared much for the event. Look like you take all of this seriously. Bacause you do–don’t you?

      I agree with you all–Alex is a charismatic kind of guy–just what our movement needs. But we need more like him. Some of you guys out there start polishing yourselves up. GET READY FOR PRIME TIME. IT’S COMING.

      Every movement usually has one really charismatic leader and obviously that’s Alex. But, we need more men like Alex to come forward to help out when needed for public events such as this. This was painfully obvious on Saturday. Some of the speakers were okay, some were plain awful and embarrassing.

      I’m sorry, but that’s my opinion. Again, I’m not criticizing them for anything other than the fact that they are just not public speakers. Few people are. And this is something I know a little about as my late father was a Ph.D. in speech communications. Public speaking is an art and few do it really well. People can certainly become better speakers, but it seems as if you are either born to it or not.

      Just look at the huge difference between George Bush and Ronald Reagan. They’re not even close in being able to communicate effectively. Bush can’t think on his ass much less on his feet. Reagan was as smooth as silk. I’m not talking about politics, just about their ability to speak publicly.

      Alex–you did a great job on Saturday. You really made a statement that was the high point of the event. I have a feeling that those pigs who were looking on were a little put out with your ability to think on your feet and come across so well. Good for you. A job well done.

    12. John Smith Says:

      Liebe alle,
      Good morning. Bravo to SFG. I do concur and wholeheartedly agree with this fine lady.
      Men, dress as men. This tyranny of the “casual” that has infected the entire Milky Way is simply dreadful and it breeds contempt.
      Stop dressing as though you are 8 year old boys. This means, suit and tie, shined shoes etc.
      I must tell you that I’ve recently attended two funerals and observed no shortage of t-shirts, baseball caps, and athletic shoes there. As for the ladies….. I don’t think I need to see belly buttons and buttock cracks and arse tattoos at such sombre gatherings but alas, I have.
      I challenge some of you to don a suit for no other reason than that you will feel uplifted being so attired. Try it.
      Again, Alex was splendid on Saturday. Ladies and Gentleman, listen to him. When he asks alll and sundry to “look sharp”, do it.

    13. alex Says:

      Hopefully you got a picture of Miss Christian’s grave marker without the chimp sitting on her middle name (Is is Gail?). And, if not, I’d do so while you’re in town for the VNN photo archives.

      Absolutely not.

      Her grave’s disposition and arrangements are her parents business. I am journalist writing a story, not altering reality before presenting it to readers. The fact is, in 2007 people leave plush toys on graves.

      As a political leader, I favor a society that repays atrocities with vengeance. As a writer, I record what is happening, then comment on it.

    14. alex Says:

      How about a pic without the monkey or the flowers? The gravestone picture really drives the point home and might spread across the internet like that image of Channon and Chris together. If someone really wants to get into it take a series of photos at different times and under different lighting conditions. A sunset reflection on the gravestone might work nicely. Same for Newsom. Nothing says diversity = death like a grave site.

      It’s not my grave to rearrange, for chrissakes. Are you guys joking?

      I visited her grave to pay my private respects, and to photograph it for a story.