Action proposals for those who may soon be elected to local and county legislatures and school boards
The Administrative State monster lives in the local, county and school governments too.
Note to readers: I’m calibrating my research and writing plans to adjust to the developments of the last couple of months, think through different predictions about what lies ahead, and prioritize projects.
Among other things, I’m identifying issues I won’t cover anymore, because they are clear and obvious truths that require no further evidentiary compilations, such as:
The US government is openly engaged in a mass killing and sterilization campaign in America and around the world.
The propagandist media’s products are deadly and effective psycho-weapons.
The jabs are deadly and effective bioweapons.
The US government is conducting the death program on behalf of the World Health Organization and Satanic globalists hell-bent on enslaving humanity and destroying human souls.
The US government has suspended good laws (primarily the US Constitution) and adopted evil laws to facilitate the killing and protect themselves from transparency and accountability; these State actions are immoral and illegitimate.
Men and women of conscience are morally obligated to publicly adhere to Constitutional principles; publicly condemn the evil laws and steadfastly disobey anyone who attempts to violate Constitutional principles or enforce evil laws.
I’m taking a short break from posting for a week or so to do that work.
Also I recently recorded a podcast with Sam Sigoloff for his After Hours show; once that podcast is up, I’ll post a link.
Reader comment on last week’s Thinking Through Possible Future Scenarios post:
The inevitable economic doom is always a part of civilizations in free fall? In light of the following please comment!
Perfect Storm, Energy, Finance and the End of Growth, report by Tim Morgan, Global Head of Research for Tullett Prebon brokerage, January 2013.
My reply, slightly expanded:
Downloaded and skimmed it.
I got into these issues originally through the ‘peak oil’ theory, by way of Richard Heinberg’s 2005 book The Party’s Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies, which laid out implications of geologist and geophysicist M. King Hubbert’s work about oil reserves and Energy Return on Energy Invested (EROEI).
Hubbert’s work was related to the effects of finite oil resources on financial and economic systems that depend on cheap, easily accessible oil to function properly.
Debt-based financial and economic systems especially.
Hubbert and Heinberg’s work was closely related to the Club of Rome’s 1972 Limits to Growth report.
From 2005 until 2020, I thought about peak oil and EROEI as geochemical, technical issues that required relocalization of decision-making, food, water, economic production and distribution systems as practical, problem-solving responses.
So I worked with the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund on rights-based local government projects, and started and/or supported several small organizations working on local food system development, homesteading skill-building, and water supply protection campaigns.
I researched and wrote about these issues at a series of blogs for readers in the New Jersey community where I lived from 2002 to 2008, and the Pennsylvania community where I’ve lived since 2008. I launched Bailiwick News in 2016.
This is the arena in which I learned about the administrative state, through watching local elected legislatures and judges get steamrolled — without putting up much resistance — by unelected professional public administrators including township managers, township solicitors and planning and zoning directors, in collaboration with private and quasi-private corporate executives, particularly in real estate investment, land development and engineering fields.
Since 2020, watching in real-time as Covid data has been massively manipulated to influence and control group and individual behavior, I’ve come to the conclusion that the Club of Rome Limits to Growth report, the peak oil movement, the overpopulation panic, the climate change panic and others, have been part of the same multigenerational psy-op mass formation project of the globalists.
All told to achieve the purpose of darkening the intellect, disorienting, frightening and controlling human men and women.
I do not know the true status of world oil reserves; I know only what the International Energy Agency (created in 1974) and other captured globalist institutions say publicly about oil reserves.
Maybe resource overconsumption, debt and economic doom are always part of civilizations in freefall, and that’s just a natural process occurring on a global scale, that’s being manipulated for personal gain by the elites sitting on top of the current civilization’s power structure.
But it’s also possible that this particular story about global resource overconsumption, ecological destruction, debt and economic doom is being created, engineered and/or projected onto the minds of the world’s people right now, by those same elites, not only for their personal gain, but also in service to Satan, for the purpose of delivering human souls to eternal damnation by destroying faith in God.
Nowadays, I lean toward the second interpretation of events.
New reader comment on American Domestic Bioterrorism Program
…what do we do? IF they cannot be prosecuted...or held legally liable...Seems to me like HHS needs to be disbanded at once? Along with anyone else they passed the authority to?
The short answer is, we need to dismantle the existing institutions, down to the bedrock of the US Constitution, and build new institutions on that foundation: legislatures, courts, executives, health care, schools, journalism, financial transaction systems, and many others.
And to do that, we need to build a critical mass of people who understand that that’s the scale of the problem, and are prepared to fight until their last breath to do the work: educate people, dismantle the corrupt institutions, protect the Constitutional bedrock, and build the new institutions.
In the meantime, do not comply.
Withhold your individual explicit and implicit consent.
On the “What to Do” question, many good warriors have been advocating that people who want to repel the globalist predators’ assault on humanity run for school boards and local and county offices.
Andrew Torba, Scott Presler, Jeff Childers and many, many other voices are calling for this form of action.
The premise is that the federal government is irreparably corrupted, but thanks to federalist principles built into federal and state constitutions, significant governing power is reserved to the states, and to the People.
Getting good-faith people into position at the local level could help change course within those jurisdictions, and over time, enable course-correction or secession movements within state legislatures, and — from the counterreactions to those actions — perhaps someday restore legitimacy to a future Congress, presidency and federal judiciary.
There’s also a growing public awareness of the excruciatingly broad power wielded by the unelected technocrats in the federal Administrative State: for example, the Health and Human Services Secretary and his lackeys within FDA, CDC, NIH and NIAID.
Jeffrey Tucker and Robert Malone have been cogently writing about this, among others. See, for example, The Origin and Operation of the Administrative State (Tucker at Brownstone), and What to do with a Problem Like the HHS? (Malone at Substack)
The Supreme Court recently issued what, on first look, appears to be a good precedent for those trying to weaken the federal Administrative State monster, through the West Virginia v. EPA decision published June 30.
All to the good.
I agree that running for local office is important, for at least two reasons.
It allows candidates to gain crucial knowledge about how and by whom local political campaigns and local governments are operated — which is your knowledge for the rest of your life, win or lose.
If you win, it creates an opportunity to do some good.
And yes, I think it’s important for people of good faith to run for office even though the election system is currently rigged and manipulated through hackable electronic voting machines and mail-in ballot systems, most egregiously in the 2020 presidential election which the DNC stole from Trump voters, for Biden’s handlers, and openly bragged about after the fact. See Time Magazine, The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election, Feb. 4, 2021.
It’s important to learn about those things first-hand, with more skin in the game, because then you can fight better and speak more credibly from your direct experience afterward.
And it’s important because they don’t rig every election.
They control the Administrative State, especially at the school, local and county levels, so they don’t think they need to rig every election.
Until now, it hasn’t mattered to the administrative state which party wins local and county and school board elections.
Welcome to the new bosses, same as the old bosses: impotent.
The unelected administrators barrel on unmolested, molesting everyone else.
The Administrative State monster has many legal tools at its disposal, and they’re fractal.
Federal laws are mirrored in state laws, which are mirrored in local laws and school district policies.
One tool is closed-door agenda-setting.
There are federal and state sunshine laws governing open public meetings and open public records.
Paid, appointed professional administrators and their handpicked advisory committees are frequently exempt from those laws. I learned about this practice when I discovered that the six township managers of the six municipalities in a regional government entity where I live, hold private, monthly breakfast meetings.
At those private meetings, these six men and women discuss local issues, develop agendas for the public meetings of the elected municipal boards for the following month, and most importantly, screen and filter all the information and policy options. They create a narrow list to present to the elected board. The narrow list carefully excludes from consideration any information or options disfavored by the administrators and their private and quasi-private corporate counterparts.
The same monstrous procedures play out in state agencies such as health departments. We got a glimpse of it in Pennsylvania through Butler v. Wolf, when US District Judge William Stickman on September 14, 2020 tried to nullify Governor Tom Wolf’s executive orders as unconstitutional. Stickman outlined, in his opinion, the private, closed-door, unrecorded meetings of the ‘interdisciplinary team’ at which unnamed individuals drafted unreviewable, unappealable orders for Wolf’s signature and implementation.
Judge Stickman failed to block the usurpatious tyranny of Wolf and the interdisciplinary team; the Third Circuit Court of Appeals overruled his order.
The same monstrous procedures play out in federal agencies.
The most deadly federal exemplar exposed these last two years is the Health and Human Services Department (HHS) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER) Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC): the hell-hole of unelected professionals who unleashed the vaxx genocide on December 11, 2020, and expanded the pool of targetted victims every few months thereafter, most recently on June 15, 2022 to authorize doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other ‘vaccinators’ to openly sicken, injure, sterilize and kill babies and small children.
There are other legal tools. Citations to laws reserving authority to ‘agency discretion,’ exempt from legislative and judicial oversight and review. Legal distinctions between natural persons (men and women, boys and girls) and corporate persons; the latter possessed of expansive inalienable legal rights, the former limited to revocable legal privileges.
Dismissals of challenges for ‘lack of standing.’
For example, parents and children don’t have legal standing to request police investigations or file insurance claims against school boards, superintendents and unelected health advisory boards seeking to stop the in-school child abuse of masking policies.
The only parties with standing to file insurance claims are school districts themselves — the same criminals who adopt, enforce and extend the child abuse programs.
Injured vaxx victims and families of dead vaxx victims don’t have legal standing to sue pharmaceutical manufacturers, or government agencies on the procurement contracts, or Congress members who authorized and funded the contracts, or the presidents who signed the legislation or executive orders, or the HHS officials who implemented the genocidal programs through PREP Act declarations, agency regulations and FDA guidance. Those same victims don’t have standing to drive criminal prosecutions by the US Department of Justice or state Attorneys General for the same acts of premeditated conspiracy, extortion, bodily trespass, assault, theft and homicide.
The only parties with legal standing to file actions against the other parties to the vaxx contracts are the HHS Secretary and the Attorney General — the unelected architects of the crimes.
Here’s the trick in a nutshell:
Under the social contract of federal and state constitutions and municipal charters, voters publicly elect legislators and executives, and in some jurisdictions, judges as well. Through that social contract, the People delegate some of our inherent self-governing power to governments.
But then quietly, with no public notice and no public consent, the elected representatives began, decades ago, to re-delegate government power away from themselves, and into the bloody claws of the Administrative State monster.
There is not, and has never been any legitimate, social-contract-based authority for that second delegation of power.
I ran for borough council in my town in 2019 as an independent, and may run again in the next couple of years for local, county or state office.
I targeted my 2019 campaign to voters angry at corporate-state corruption and overreach, whether they reached their Things-Are-Bad-and-Getting-Worse views from the political right with the Tea Party or from the political left with Occupy Wall Street.
I didn’t win, but I got a lot more votes than I thought I would.
Many people are now re-engaging with politics and government because of the horrific abuse of power laid bare since January 2020, running for office this year, maybe even on slates of like-minded candidates who believe in hard limits on government power.
We’re armed with visceral knowledge hard-won in the last two years, and now in a position to make local elections matter for the first time in several generations.
If you get a majority on a school board, municipal legislature or county commission, consider as a first order of business firing your school superintendent, your township or county manager, and your school, township and county solicitors.
And then don’t replace them.
They will kick and scream that you are ordinary people, without the expert qualifications and institutional knowledge to manage multi-million dollar public budgets, public works employees, teacher supervision and classroom curricula.
They will cite state laws built on the 1868 opinion of Judge John Forrest Dillon of Iowa’s Supreme Court and the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, who wrote:
"Municipal corporations owe their origin to, and derive their powers and rights wholly from, the legislature. It breathes into them the breath of life, without which they cannot exist. As it creates, so may it destroy. If it may destroy, it may abridge and control.”
Those illegitimate preemption doctrine laws are on the books; the township solicitors and corporate attorneys will be speaking the truth as they understand it.
The state legislatures have given themselves the power to take over rebel towns and the people living in them. The state legislatures have given state education departments the power to take over rebel school boards and the parents and children subject to school board governance.
The state legislatures have given themselves and many other state administrative departments the power to stomp all over many other people in many other ways. For Pennsylvania’s preemptive laws, see list at pp. 11-13.
Listen to the administrators and their attorneys scream and cite, and think about the horrific damage these same self-described experts and professionals have done to us all in the last two years, and how much more damage they are openly telling us they are preparing to do if left in power, unchallenged and unresisted.
Fire them anyway.
Accept the responsibility to resist and to challenge the preemptive laws as illegitimate and immoral.
Accept the responsibility to publicly debate, adopt and enforce school and local policies directly as elected officials, without delegating your authority or deflecting responsibility to political malignancies working behind closed doors.
Trust that your basic reason, good will, humility, transparency, and accountability to voters will steer your decisions better than malice, hubris, greed and ignorance have steered the non-accountable professionals.
And be prepared to rally with your true constituents (parents and town residents) to fight like hell against the state officials and private corporate executives who will try to come in and take over your schools and towns on the legal theory that your towns, your schools, your children and you are all creations of the State, subordinate to the State, and can be controlled or destroyed by the State at will.
Force the state governments, by your actions and their reactions, to choose.
The state governments can lead. They can work toward state secession to protect the people who live within their borders and force federal changes.
Or they can back off, stand to the side, and let the rest of us reconstruct Constitutional republican government in America from the local and school level up through the state and into the federal level.
Or they can rip off the friendly masks they’ve worn for decades to cover the true coercion lurking under the false facade of consent-of-the-governed, and deploy the National Guard and the state police to rule your towns and your schools at gunpoint, exposing their rot to full public view at last.