Saturday, April 27, 2013

13-04-28 US: Where left, right, and center converge: Obama,the constitutional law professor, has done more harm to the US Constitution than any US president...

By Mike Stivers, Noam Chomsky,
Under Obama's administration, if you meet with someone in a terrorist group and advise them to turn to nonviolent means, then that's material assistance to terrorism. \

13-04-27 Where left, right, and center converge - US media fail their mission...

From the left:
By Todd Gitlin, Tom Dispatch
Because it has been failing us again and again since Watergate. READ MORE»

13-04-27 Phony Civil Rights organizations in the US...

From a discussion group:
1) Joseph Zernik wrote:

Zena Crenshaw - NFOJA
I know the lady, who heads NFOJA  - Zena Crenshaw (by email and by phone) since 2009, and I consider her a CROOK, although which type exactly, I am not sure, please help in defining this type.

a) The simplest test is: Who is on the Board of Directors of NFOJA? When I checked at the timeit was the crook, her elderly husband, and their secretary (possibly also the secretary's boyfriend).

b) The ultimate test: What did they do?  NFOJA tried to undermine the 2010 UPR (Universal Periodic Review) of Human Rights in the United States by the United Nations.
Around 2009, the word spread that in April 2010 there would be a deadline for the first ever review of Human Rights in the United States by the United Nations.  It was a historic event.  But somehow, information regarding the protocol was difficult to come by, especially, for those of us, who were interested in reporting, but were living almost in underground conditions.
I made it clear in my blog, emails etc, that I intend to file a report on Human Rights conditions in LA County, and sought advice everywhere.
In parallel, I was somehow contacted by two phony organizations, NFOJA, and another one that claimed to represent medical professionals.  Both were spreading false information about the 2010 UPR protocol.  In particular, both were trying to convince people to submit the reports through them, instead of submitting directly to the UN, as the true protocol prescribed.
I am no legal professional, and I was under terrible stress at that time.  Prior to the deadline I got the threats from US Marshals, and a few days after the deadline, which coincided with my filing in SCOTUS in Richard Fine's Habeas Corpus, the US Marshals came to get me with guns, and I escaped from the United States.
In short, I was positive that my report was no good, and would be ignored by the UN.  At the end, when the final report from the UN was published (I remember the day, I was in Prague, Czech Republic, presenting my data on fraud in PACER and CM/ECF in an international computer science conference),my report was incorporated into the UN UPR reprot, with a note referring to "corruption of the courts and the legal profession in California".
On the other hand the NFOJA's report was entirely ignored (and so were the reports of some other US "Civil Rights" organizations).  
I was surprised, because the lady in question was  an attorney, worked at this full time for a couple of years, sitting in DC, padded with cash (not sure what the source is!!!) Likewise, the reports of some other US Civil Rights organizations, which were written by full time legal staff were ignored... 
So I took the time to browse through the UN records and read the NFOJA report.  It was a blatantly phony report.  You could not read it and take it seriously.  
I am sure you can still find it if you search UN, UPR, United States, 2010, NFOJA.  
By the way, that was for me that main reason for filing with the UN: I knew that my records were likely to be preserved for some 50-100 years (you can't tell what the future of the internet and censorship is).

c) Guilt by Association: Who they hang out with? The Daily Kos.
Please be reminded that the Daily Kos is the venue where Obama released some of his phony BC records...

Bottom Line:
NFOJA represents the worst in Civil Rights conditions in the United States today.  Don't even know what to call it, it is not Cointelpro, this is not infiltration, as they did with Occupy from the start. Please help me define this type of operation... It is a takeover... 
I consider the Southern California Chapter of Judicial Watch another operation of the same type, and Sturgeon v LA County, the equivalent of NFOJA Human Rights submission to the UN...
And conditions in the US today, where you cannot figure out who is what, are similar to conditions in the former Soviet Union.

Conditions in Israel are not much better.
When I arrived in Israel I tried to contact experts on the subject of electronic records of the courts, since in the US no legal or computer science person would dare to speak with me.  In Israel, quite a few did.
HOWEVER, one of the first suggestions I got was to contact one of the best known Israeli Civil Rights organizations, Israel Democracy Institute, headed by Hebrew University law professor Mota Kremnitzer. I contacted Prof Kremnitzer. He referred me to Attorney Dr Tehilla Altshuler (Harvard law PhD, if my memory serves me right...)  I met with her.  She was honest enough to disclose that in parallel to her work for the Israel Democracy Institute, she also consulted to the Israeli government on the subject of the latest generation of computer systems.  She would not opine one way or another on conditions in the US, but said everything was OK in Israel.
Fast forward: The 2013 Human Rights Alert (NGO) submission to the UN was incorporated into the UPR reprort with a note referring to "Lack of integrity in the electronic records of the Supreme Court, the district courts and the detainees courts in Israel"...
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On Saturday, April 27, 2013 6:53:52 AM UTC+3, Editor wrote:
Not sure why I got this. Anyone familiar with NFOJA? Opinions?

(Sorry if this has been discussed already. I’m only able to keep up with a small fraction of lawsters posts.)

Capt Phil 

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Subject: Noam Chomsky inspired this Daily Kos message . . .

Why Not Embrace NFOJA - National Forum On Judicial Accountability? Most likely anyone perceiving a need for sweeping reform of America’s legal system lacks an “acceptable opinion”.  How tragic it is when even these patriots stifle debate about the optimal course of legal reform in America.  Those convinced it must unfold “Tea Party” or “Occupy”-style accordingly shelf National Forum On Judicial Accountability (NFOJA) and its thoughtful quest for “Citizen Panels On Judicial Misconduct”.  Rather than reasonably support this and similar lawful plans for self-empowerment, many grassroots legal reform advocates seem content to leave America’s legal system intact while somehow forcing it to produce fair outcomes. Read More <               

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