Civil Rights Battle Against Whitey that Ultimately Imprisoned All Americans.

Civil Rights Battle Against Whitey that Ultimately Imprisoned All Americans.

Phillip Randolph

A. Philip Randolph in 1925 organized and led the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, the first predominantly African-American labor union. In the early Civil Rights Movement and the Labor Movement, he was a voice that would not be silenced. His continuous agitation with the support of fellow labor rights activists against unfair labor practices in relation to people of color eventually led President Franklin D. Roosevelt to issue Executive Order 8802 in 1941, banning discrimination in the defense industries during World War II. The group then successfully pressured President Harry S. Truman to issue Executive Order 9981 in 1948, ending segregation in the armed services. One has to wonder if this fueled the power grab of the 1940’s by the federal judiciary. See: America’s Fail From Democracy to Oligarchy.

In 1954 the Brown v. Board of Education decision is regarded as having sparked the modern civil rights era when the Supreme Court rules deliberate public school segregation is illegal.

Charles Sherrod

In 1954, Charles “Sherrod first participated in sit-ins at white churches with the goal to desegregate them.[1] He was a key member and organizer of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) during the Civil Rights Movement. He became the first SNCC field secretary and SNCC director of southwest Georgia.[2] His leadership there led to the Albany Movement. He also participated in the Selma Voting Rights Movement and in many other arenas of the 1960s movement era.[3]

Rosa Parks

In 1955 Rosa Parks refuses to give up her bus seat to a white man. “Parks’ act of defiance and the Montgomery bus boycott became important symbols of the civil rights movement. She became an international icon of resistance to racial segregation. She organized and collaborated with civil rights leaders, including Edgar Nixon, president of the local chapter of the NAACP; and Martin Luther King, Jr., a new minister in Montgomery Alabama who gained national prominence in the civil rights movement.

At the time, Parks was secretary of the Montgomery chapter of the NAACP. She had recently attended the Highlander Folk School, a Tennessee center for training activists for workers’ rights and racial equality.”

Jack Brooks

In 1956 Republican Congressman Jack Brooks would refuse to sign The Declaration of Constitutional Principles (known informally as the Southern Manifesto) a document written in February and March 1956, originally authored by  Strom Thurmond and completed by Richard Russell in the United States Congress, in opposition to racial integration of public places. The manifesto was signed by 101 congressmen (99 Southern Democrats and two Republicans) from AlabamaArkansas, FloridaGeorgiaLouisianaMississippiNorth CarolinaSouth CarolinaTennesseeTexas, and Virginia

Herman Talmadge

“July, 23, 1956 No Senator from the South is so well equipped or so zealous to become the head and front of a sustained fight for segregation. ” as former Governor of Georgia Senator Herman Talmadge. “He is hampered by no entangling alliances. He does not have to pull his punches. He is committed exclusively to the preservation of what he would call “the Southern way of life.” Any changes which Washington may bring are likely to accentuate his single-mindedness and make him the choice and master spirit of racial reactionism in the Senate. His program of Southern solidarity advanced in You and Segregation will have a sounding-board in his Senate activities.” [4]

Richard M. Nixon

November 1960 and former Vice President Richard M. Nixon loses Presidential election to Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts.

February 1, 1960,  Lunch counter sit-in by four college students in Greensboro, N.C. begins and spreads through the South. On April 17, 1960, the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) is founded by Ella Baker

1961, The Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) organizes Freedom Rides into the South to test new interstate Commerce Commissions regulations and court orders barring segregation in interstate  transportation. Riders are beaten by mobs in several places, including Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama.[5] 

Charles Sherrod dropped out of college to become a full-time civil rights activists and member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). A supporter of racial integration, he recruited white as well as black members to assist with voter registration efforts. In 1961 he was among one of four students, along with Diane NashJ. Charles Jones, and Ruby Doris Smith, to drop out of college to become a full-time civil rights activists and members of SNCC. When the four students arrived in Rock Hill, they almost immediately engaged in sit-ins to fight back against segregation. After only one day in Rock Hill all four of the college students were arrested because of a sit-in they participated in, at a local diner. Like many activists, the students at the time chose jail with bail in an attempt to overcrowd the jails. They were sentenced to 30 days hard labor, however, Charles Sherrod did not take bail. Charles Sherrod was one of the first to practice the “jail- no bail” strategy.[6] [7 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee] 

Author Tom Hayden

Tom Hayden’s “introduction to virulent southern racism came in 1961 when he ventured to Albany, Georgia, first to write an article about the Deep South organizing done by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee [SNCC] and, second, to become a freedom rider on a train to Albany that December.

It was then he met, and came to admire, a brave young civil rights worker named Charles Sherrod, whom everyone in the movement simply called “Sherrod.” Albany was a segregated town near Plains, Georgia, and the home of Hamilton Jordan who went on to become Jimmy Carter’s chief of staff. Sherrod was the kind of front-line young militant who eventually brought about the New South of Carter, Bill Clinton and Al Gore, among others. Sherrod had to face violence, and the possibility of death, every day in his effort to mobilize young people and their parents against the suffocation of fear.

Shirley Miller Sherrod

Sherrod, and his equally committed wife Shirley, made a conscious decision to stay in rural Georgia long after the voting rights laws were passed and the national media departed. I left Albany after my two brief and harrowing experiences in 1961, and never returned until I spoke at commemoration of the Albany civil rights movement a few years ago. The Sherrods were still there. She was engaged in programs supporting rural farmers, while he had served on the city council and was a minister in a nearby state prison. There were 500 people at the event, the stalwarts of the past.

January, 1962 the Albany movement responded with an intensified boycott of city buses, and the bus company was forced out of business.

So Shirley Sherrod’s life cannot be reduced by a dishonest and amoral right-wing blogger into a few seconds of videotape 25 years old. She is one of many thousands who had the force of character to face racist abuse, and seemingly immovable state power, when they were demonized and disenfranchised. They were the trees standing by the water, and they would not be moved. They tried to bring their morality to politics, not accept the politics of Machiavelli.” [8]

Albany now began a new round of encounters between Negro demands and official intransigence. A few days after the bus incident, Sherrod and Charles Jones were arrested for sitting in the Trailways lunchroom. Shortly after that the City Commission turned down the Albany Movement’s petition for a redress of grievances. And in March the trial of the original “Freedom Riders” arrested on December 10 began.

As Charles Sherrod entered the courtroom to attend that trial, he walked to the “white section” in the front , and was immediately knocked to the floor by Chief Deputy Sheriff Lamar Stewart, who then pulled him back to the rear of the courtroom. When Bob Zellner, Tom and Sandra Hayden, and Per Laursen sat down next to Sherrod in the “Negro section,” deputies pounced on them and dragged them out of the courtroom. Judge Carl E. Crow, watching all of this, told newsmen, “The officers were enforcing a rule of the court.” SNCC The Abolitionist Pg 134, 35

Cesar Chavez

1962, The United Farm Workers Union, under the leadership of Cesar Chavez, organizes to win bargaining power for Mexican Americans.

“James Meredith becomes the first African American student admitted to the University of Mississippi.” [9]

In April 1962 there was more trouble. Dr. Anderson, Slater King, Emanuel “Bo” Jackson, and Elijah Harris, four leaders of the Albany Movement, were found guilty of “disorderly conduct” for picketing downtown as part of a general boycott of stores which did not hire Negro employees. Also, Charles Jones, Cordell Reagan, and two others were sentenced to sixty days on work gangs for refusing service. And twenty-six more people were arrested in lunch counter sit-ins.

Martin Luther King Jr.

July 1962, national attention came to Albany again when Martin Luther King, Jr., and Ralph Abernathy, called back to stand trial for leading the parade in December, were found guilty in Recorders Court and sentenced to forty-five days. Defense Attorney Donald Hollowell asked Judge Durden for legal citations on which his decision was based. He said he didn’t have any, but that it was based on “general research of the law.” 

With King’s arrest, Washington officialdom got busy as it had never done before in the Albany crisis, and somehow, through the payment of the fine by an unidentified man, King and Abernathy were released. They had wanted to stay in jail to continue dramatizing the Albany situation, but now they reluctantly left. Abernathy told a mass meeting that night: “I’ve been thrown out of lots of places in my day, but never before have I been thrown out of jail.” 

In November 1962 a special election was held in Massachusetts to fill the Senate seat vacated by John F. Kennedy who’d become President. The seat was won by his 30 year old brother Edward Moore “Ted” Kennedy. Ted Kennedy was re-elected to a 6 year term in 1964 and later re-elected seven more times.   

John F. Kennedy

1963 June 11, President John F. Kennedy in his Report to the American People on Civil Rights asked for legislation “giving all Americans the right to be served in facilities which are open to the public—hotels, restaurants, theaters, retail stores, and similar establishments”, as well as “greater protection for the right to vote”. Kennedy delivered this speech following the immediate aftermath of the Birmingham campaign and the growing number of demonstrations and protests throughout the southern United States. 

Kennedy was moved to action following the elevated racial tensions and wave of black riots in the spring of 1963. Republican Congressman Jack Brooks of Texas as ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee would help write the Civil Rights Act”

Where is Sherrod?

“Brooks was elected to the U.S. Congress in 1952, where he served for the next five decades. As a member of the influential Texas congressional delegation, Brooks became a close friend of powerful House Speaker Sam Rayburn and Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson during the 1950s. He was a regular member of Speaker Rayburn’s “Board of Education,” a close group of congressional supporters.

June 20,1963, President John F. Kennedy meets with civil rights leaders, Future Congressmen from Georgia, John Lewis, Rev Martin Luther King, Jr. Rabbi Joachim Prinz, Rev. Eugene Carson Blake, and A. Philip Randolph at the White House in an attempt to call off the March on Washington scheduled for August.

Bayard Rustin

 A. Philip Randolph was the head of the March on Washington, which was organized by Bayard Rustin, on August 28, 1963 the March on Washington took place at which Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his “I Have A Dream” speech.  In the early Civil Rights Movement and the Labor Movement. The purpose of the march was to advocate for the civil and economic rights of African Americans and show support for President Kennedy’s Civil Rights Act. In front of the Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King would deliver his historic “I have a Dream” speech in which he called for an end to racism. The march on Washington is credited with helping to pass the Civil Rights Act.

Lyndon B. Johnson

On November 22, 1963, Brooks rode in the motorcade carrying President John F. Kennedy, Vice President Johnson, and many members of the Texas congressional delegation through downtown Dallas. Following Kennedy’s assassination, Brooks was on Air Force One for Lyndon B. Johnson’s swearing-in. He then flew with the new president, Lady Bird Johnson, and Jacqueline Kennedy back to Washington, D.C. During the Johnson Administration, Brooks remained a strong supporter of President Johnson and his legislative program. Throughout Johnson’s presidency, Brooks and his wife Charlotte dined with the Johnson family at the White House on a weekly basis.” [10]

Lester Maddox

Lester Maddox’s refusal to adjust to changes following the passage on July 2, 1964 of the Civil Rights Act manifested itself when he filed a lawsuit to continue his segregationist policies. Maddox said that he would close his restaurant rather than serve African Americans. An initial group of black demonstrators came to the restaurant but did not enter when Maddox informed them that he had a large number of black employees. On July 3, 1964 day after passage of the Civil Rights Act more African Americans attempted to enter the restaurant. Maddox confronted the group with a bare pickaxe handle.[11] Maddox provides the following account of the events:

Maddox with a gun July 3, 1964

Mostly customers, with only a few employees, voluntarily removed the twelve Pickrick Drumsticks [a euphemism for pickaxe handles] from the nail kegs on each side of the large dining room fireplace. They had been forewarned by the arrival of Atlanta’s news media of an impending attempted invasion of our restaurant by the racial demonstrators and once the demonstrators and agitators arrived, the customers and employees pulled the drumsticks [pickaxe handles] from the kegs and went outside to defend against the threatened invasion.12]

Photo from Inside Politics June 25, 2003

Marker at the spot of the Pickrick at Georgia Tech

The “invasion” Maddox referred to above was three black Georgia Tech students who had asked to be seated.[13]

Maddox gained the approval of segregationists by leasing and then selling the restaurant to employees rather than agreeing to serve black customers. He claimed that the issue was not hostility to blacks, but constitutional property rights. He even built a monument to “private property rights” near the restaurant.[14]

The Civil Rights Digital Library at the University of Georgia contains the following account of the closing of his restaurant:

Maddox closed the Pickrick on August 13, and reopened the business on September 26 as the Lester Maddox Cafeteria, where he pledged to serve only “acceptable” Georgians. During a trial for contempt of court on September 29, Maddox argued against the charges because he was no longer offering service to out-of-state travelers or integrationists. On February 5, 1965 a federal court ruled that Maddox was in contempt of court for failing to obey the injunction and assigned fines of two hundred dollars a day for failing to serve African Americans. Maddox ultimately closed his restaurant on February 7, 1965, rather than integrate it; he claimed that President Lyndon Johnson and communists put him out of business.[15]

The building was purchased by Georgia Tech in 1965; it was used for many years as the placement center, and was later known as the Ajax building.[16][17] It was demolished in May, 2009.

March 15, 1965 a black farmer Hosie Miller and Baptist deacon died ten days after he was shot during a livestock dispute with Cal Hall, a white neighbor, in Newton, Georgia.

Shirley Sherrod, revealed her version of the events shortly after the controversy surrounding her resignation as Georgia State Director of Rural Development for the United States Department of Agriculture.[18][19][20] Shirley [Millers Daughter] reported that Miller, who owned 500 acres (2.0 km2) in Baker County, Georgia on which he grew corn, cotton and peanuts, would sometimes argue with Hall, whose cows would wander into her family’s pasture.[21] She said that Hall confronted Miller about six or seven cows Miller claimed belonged to him.[22][23] According to Sherrod, when Miller told Hall that they could settle the matter in court, Hall shot Miller in front of three witnesses.[24][25]

The shooting occurred on the night of March 15, 1965 and, according to the death certificate, Miller died on March 25 from gunshot wounds to his chest, abdomen and liver.[26][27] Hall, who claimed he killed Miller in self-defense, was charged at least three times in connection with Miller’s death and a grand jury declined to prosecute him each time.[28]

Civil rights attorney C.B. King represented the Miller family in a civil suit against Hall seeking monetary damages for lost income, medical, and funeral costs.[29] King, asserting that the jury panel was predominately white despite the 1960 census showing that the majority of the county’s over 2,000 residents were black, attempted to have the Baker County Board of Jury Commissioners redraw jury lists.[30] Judge Emeritus Carl E. Crow went forward with the proceedings and on September 12, 1966, the jury found in favor of Hall.[31]

Grace Miller, Hosie Miller’s wife, said she was distantly related to Hall.[32] Hall died in 1976.[33]

In 1966, Charles Sherrod left the SNCC after its recently elected chairman Stokely Carmichael expelled white members. He moved north, to New York City, where he received his master’s degree in sacred theology from the Union Theological Seminary. He then returned home to direct the Southwest Georgia Project for Community Education with Shirley Sherrod. In 1969, Sherrod, his wife Shirley, and some other members of the Albany Movement helped pioneer the land trust movement in the U.S.,[34][35] co-founding New Communities, a collective farm in Southwest Georgia modeled on kibbutzim in Israel. [36]

“In 1969, New Communities received a planning grant from Office of Economic Activity OEO the agency responsible for administering most of the War on Poverty programs created as part of United States President Lyndon B. Johnson‘s Great Society legislative agenda. New Communities was encouraged to expect substantial funding for implementation, but Governor Lester Maddox would not permit further funds for the group to come into the state.” [37]

President Jimmy Carter

During this period, Jimmy Carter was motivated to oppose the political climate of racial segregation and support the growing civil rights movement. He became an activist within the Democratic Party. Carter was in favor of racial tolerance and integration—at one point, the local White Citizens’ Council boycotted his peanut warehouse when he refused to join them—but he often kept those feelings to himself to avoid making enemies. By 1961 he was a prominent member of the community and the Baptist Church as well as chairman of the Sumter County school board, where he began to speak more loudly in favor of school integration.[38] A state Senate seat was opened by the dissolution of Georgia’s County Unit System in 1962; Carter announced his run for the seat 15 days before the election. Rosalynn, who had an instinct for politics and organization, was instrumental to his campaign. The initial results showed Carter losing, but this was the result of fraudulent voting orchestrated by Joe Hurst, the Democratic Party chairman in Quitman County, with the aid of the Quitman County sheriff.[39] Carter challenged the results; when fraud was confirmed, a new election was held, which he won.[40] The civil rights movement was well underway when Carter took office. He and his family had become staunch John F. Kennedy supporters.

In 1966 Carter ran for Governor of Georgia the result was a sharp blow to Carter, who was left deeply in debt. His attempt to rescue the race from Callaway had resulted in the unlikely election of the segregationist Lester Maddox, which he considered an even worse outcome.[41] Carter served in the Georgia State Senate, and in 1970, he was elected as Governor of Georgia, defeating former Governor Carl Sanders in the Democratic primary on an anti-segregation platform advocating affirmative action for ethnic minorities. That same year Lester Maddox would win election to  Lieutenant Governor of Georgia.


From these historic accounts of history, it’s known, Charles & Shirley Sherrod were founding members in the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Charles spent thirty days in jail protesting a sentence for participating in a lunch counter sit-in in Rock Hill South Carolina, Tom Hayden ventured to Albany Georgia in December 1961 to become a freedom rider on a train to Albany where he met Charles Sherrod. Charles Sherrod’s Freedom ride activism that December brought him to a court appearance before Judge Carl E. Crow.

In 1964 a group of black demonstrators came to the restaurant of Lester Maddox but did not enter when Maddox informed them that he had a large number of black employees. By any chance did SNCC Charles and Shirley Sherrod precipitate, or participate in the sit-in of Maddox Pickrick restaurant? Lester Maddox closed the restaurant on February 7, 1965, rather than integrate it. On March 15, 1965, a black farmer and Shirley Sherrod’s father Hosie Miller Baptist deacon died ten days after he was shot during a livestock dispute with Cal Hall, a white neighbor. Every attempt to hold Hall accountable for the murder was blocked by whites and the same judge Sherrod had faced regarding the December Albany freedom rides in which Martin Luther King and Ralph Abernathy had participated Judge Carl E. Crow.

In 1966, Charles & Shirley Sherrod were married and left the SNCC after its recently elected chairman Stokely Carmichael expelled white members and Jimmy Carter lost his bid for Governor to Lester Maddox. At the time John Lewis was the youngest of the “Big Six” leaders as chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Had the run in at the Pickrick with Lester Maddox resulted in the murder of Shirley’s father, the expelling of white members in the SNCC, Jimmy Carter’s losing to Lester Maddox. Did Charles and Shirley depart to New York where he pursued a master’s degree in sacred theology as a non violent response to these events?

Albany a segregated town between Plains and Newton Georgia, home of Hamilton Jordan, Jimmy Carter, Charles an Shirley Sherrod, and Hoosie Miller respectfully. Carter a farmer in Plains Georgia and prominent member of the Baptist Church. Charles Sherrod a baptist minister first participated in sit-ins at white churches with the goal to desegregate them. Hoosie Miller Shirley’s father a black farmer and baptist deacon. Jimmy Carter a baptist politician, a staunch supporter of Civil Rights, and affirmative action. Charles a baptist minister with the SNCC involved in voter registration and non violent activism. Is it likely that Charles and Shirley worked to get out the vote in support of Jimmy Carter’s political efforts?

Having returned to Georgia in 1969 and after the murder of Martin Luther King did Charles and Shirley work on getting out the vote for Jimmy Carter’s winning bid for Governor in 1970? Is there any question Jimmy Carter, Lester Maddox, Charles and Shirley Sherrod, Hoosie Miller, John Lewis, and the minister from Georgia Martin Luther King were all acquainted?

In 1969 did the relevant past of these events play a significant role in Lester Maddox blocking the Sherrod’s funding for the development of New Communities? Do you think perhaps once Jimmy Carter became Governor he attempted to help the Sherrods? Did Maddox as Lieutenant Governor stop him?

This one battle and its aftermath leads to the elimination of The People’s Constitutional Rights to Due Process by Senator Joe Biden, the Brutus of 1990, turning America into an oligarchy controlled by a Government king selling out to the highest bidder after Citizens United. See post Americas Fail From Democracy to oligarchy.

And if the chance of one battle—that is, a particular cause—has brought a state to ruin, some general cause made it necessary for that state to perish from a single battle. In a word, the main trend draws with it all particular accidents. – Montesquieu.

America’s Fail from Democracy to Oligarchy!

If you consider yourself an American patriot concerned at all about the future of this Country. Concerned at all about your children’s future; I implore you not to give in to boredom, tribalism, dissociation, or apathy and read, comprehend, verify and take action on the facts in this story. It’s extremely important that you do.

Fact in the 161 year history prior to 1950 the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court was a republican federalist 151 years. Ninety-three percent is a main trend. 

Between 1938 – 1946 Major attacks were made on the pillars of the Constitution of the United States while federalist republican Harlan F. Stone presided as Chief Justice. His Federalist lead Supreme Court failed to block the Executive and Legislative branches from violating the constitutional doctrine of Separation of Powers. Allowing the creation of headless Agencies with legislative and judicial powers. This was a completely avoidable violation of the Separation of Powers doctrine. It’s not hard to speculate that in this time period of American History racism and bigotry were major contributing factors.

The Doctrine Separation of Powers and its precepts were based on careful analysis of how to keep a government from failing as had happened for thousands of years. Throughout history violation of the precepts lead to the demise of nations.

  • During the reign of Harlan Stone the Supreme Court codified the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in biased favor of Federal Government representation.
  • Created and established with precedent the Government’s protection under Sovereign immunity seen by legal experts as unsupported by the Constitution or relevant history of its creation while defining it as an anachronistic relic and doctrine that should be eliminated from American law.
  •  Codified the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure in biased favor of Federal Government representation.
  • Closed the door of the Court house on private citizens convening a grand jury to prosecute corruption of government officials. A move seen by legal experts as a willful subversion of well-settled law. 
  • Established the State Attorney Generals who serve at the discretion of the President, as gatekeepers of the courtroom and judge controlling prosecution and defense of Government.  
  • Gifted the newly formed Agencies with deference allowing them to create and uncreate laws at will or simply unconstitutional power to protect themselves from its violation. It’s well documented the Supreme Court views the doctrine unconstitutional though it remains today with unchecked power.

Fred M. Vinson appointed by Harry S. Truman was the last Democratic Chief Justice appointed serving seven years 1946-1953, every Chief Justice since to today’s chief Justice John Roberts has been a republican federalist. This means the swing vote on the Supreme Court has been a federalist republican 218 of 231 years giving federalist republicans 94 percent advantage over all swing votes.  

Between 1953 and 1961 Richard M. Nixon was Vice President of the United States. Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George H.W.Bush loaded the Supreme Court and Federal Courts with Federalist Judges as did John Adams in 1803.

“In a word, the main trend draws with it all particular accidents.” – Montesquieu“ 

In 1965 Taylor Caldwell wrote the Novel A Pillar of Iron. Ironically the events and individuals above with help from Vice President AL Gore, Senator Patrick Leahy, and others lead to the Goss Conspiracy.

The implementation of this premeditated conspiracy of treason on the Constitution by all branches of the Federal Government, was telegraphed by Federal district Judge Bruce Van Sickle. Judge Van Sickle laid out the plan as the Goss Principle in his memorandum and order in the Case of Coleman v. Block February 17,1984.

The Coleman case was a class action lawsuit by over three hundred thousand farmers who claimed a violation of their due process rights by the USDA. Ironically The linchpin Brutus of treason in the implementation of this treason on the Constitution was former Vice President Joe Biden as he held the position of Chair on the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Joe Biden middle of the night Saturday October 27, 1990 just prior to recess ahead of midterm elections passed amendment S.3204 by voice only vote in the Senate and Congressman Jack Brooks suspending House rules at 11:57 Pm, Congress agreed to the amendment to H.R.5316 by voice vote at 12:09 Am When they then all left Washington and returned home for midterm elections.

The Biden Amendment altered the judicial oath of office 28 U.S. Code § 453.Oaths of justices and judges in 1990 see Notes Amendments 1990. The Amendment gifted Federal Judges power to substitute what Judge Van Sickle calls fair informal procedure for the Constitutional right to due process. The power to deny due process was augmented by existing precedent of the Federal Courts which empowered Federal Judges to discriminate without recourse against any litigant in a federal court proceeding. The legal justification for this is also presented in the Goss Principle laid out by Judge Van Sickle where its underlying legal support was founded on the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Judge Van Sickle waited on the implementation of this change to issue his final ruling in Coleman v. Block on July 5th 1991. He had previously waited on Congress, the Senate, and the President throughout the cases history to dictate the outcome of the Coleman v. Block Class action lawsuit.

Bipartisan Passage of this Treason on the Constitution was dependant on support of the Congressional Black Caucus ‘CBC’ led by Congressman John Conyers. America’s strongest congressional supporter of Civil Rights legislation and reparations. In exchange for the CBC support of this treason on the Constitution was expected passage of the Civil Rights Legislation of 1990. However, President George H.W. Bush vetoed the legislation on October 22, 1990. A committed bipartisan effort of Congress attempted to override the President’s veto two days later and failed by a single deciding vote cast by former Vice President Dan Quayle.

As many as 100,000 minority and women farmers had claimed the USDA discriminated against them in the administration of the USDA’s farm loan programs. This discrimination went beyond the denial of the due process violations acknowledged in Coleman v. Block, Matzke V. Block, Allison v. Block, Curry V. Block , and other state sponsored actions.

These individuals and their legal representations showed up at Clarence Thomas office of Civil Rights prior to President Reagan’s scuttling of Civil Rights offices throughout his administration. Clarence Thomas’s opposition to Affirmative action was not well received by the CBC, minorities, or the women movements of the time. See for example New York Times The Black Caucus Votes To Oppose Thomas For High Court.” July 13, 1991. and “The Inquirer “Critics Assail Thomas’ role At The EEOC He Wins Support of Black Group, Nunn” July 17, 1991. These two are linked to my personal archived copies. Since putting out the first draft copy of my book, numerous supporting documents by major publications have disappeared and or been altered on the internet.

Passage of the 1990 Civil Rights act was needed to provide these minority farmers with restitution for the USDA’s discrimination because the 1964 act had no provision for damages caused by discrimination. The 1990 act would rectify this legislative issue by providing limited damage awards to these minority farmers. There are a number of these cases that followed completion of the Treasons implementation in 1994. The most widely known is Pigford v. Glickman which included settlement with Charles and Shirley Sherrod and their 6000 acre black farmer co-op in the middle of a White farmer community in Plains GA home of Former President Jimmy Carter.

Preventing White plantation farmers from due process and restitution for their grievances against the Government, while providing damage awards to minority farmers for discrimination was viewed by the Congressional Black Caucus, Congressman Conyers, and federalist republicans as a form of reparations.

In order to force President George H.W. Bush into signing the Civil Rights Legislation of 1990. Now Minority Senate Chair of the Judiciary and his partner in Crime Senator John Danforth of Missouri used Anita Hill to hold Clarence Thomas Supreme Court Nomination hostage as ransom for his signature on the Civil Rights Act of 1991.

Read for yourself the words of then Senator Joe Biden during the confirmation hearings on Clarence Thomas confirmation. Nomination of Judge Clarence Thomas to Be Associate Justice of The Supreme Court Of The United States. U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary Washington DC. U.S. Government Printing Office Washington 1993.

“He [Congressman John Conyers] is the toughest ally and toughest opponent on the Judiciary Committee. I know it [Clarence Thomas Confirmation] is not going anywhere unless I get his agreement before it goes.” Pg 667

“[Y]ou are the black leadership of the Nation. They say, No. 1, that this really only reflects a difference on affirmative action; that’s what this is all about. The only thing you all are concerned about is affirmative action….” Pg 700.

Affirmative action being the Civil Rights Act of 1991. Remember most all of Congress supported passage of the legislation. They new it was all part and parcel of the Goss Conspiracy on the Constitution.


  • September 23, 1991 Senator Joe Biden said, Anita Hill agreed to allow the Federal Bureau of Investigation to investigate the allegations.
  • September 23, 1991 FBI agents interview Anita Hill in Oklahoma. She then sends a copy of the affidavit to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
  • September 24, 1991 Senator John Danforth introduces the Civil Rights Act of 1991 legislation on the Senate floor. Why Danforth it was Ted Kennedy’s legislation?  
  • September 25, 1991 Clarence Thomas learns of the allegations by Anita Hill and is interviewed by the FBI.
  • On September, 27, 1991 the judiciary committee deadlocks 7 to 7 on the nomination of Clarence Thomas.
  • October 6, 1991 NPR airs Nina Toten Bergs story, based on a copy of Anita Hills affidavit which had been leaked by the Senate Judiciary committee.
  • October 9, 1991 USA Today reports Anita Hill was told by Senate staffers her signed affidavit alleging sexual harassment by Clarence Thomas would be the instrument that “quietly and behind the scenes” would force him to withdraw his name. Nomination of Judge Clarence Thomas to Be Associate Justice of The Supreme Court Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate 102 First Session Oct 11- 13 1991 Part 4 of 4. Printed by US Government Printing Office Washington 1993 Senator Arlen Spector Pgs 64-65.  
  • October 11, 1991 Senator Joe Biden opens the hearings. “Professor Hill made two requests to this committee,” he says. First, that the committee investigate the charges and, second, that the charges remain confidential.” I believe we have honored both her requests,”
  • Please watch this video and let Joe Biden tell you exactly what actually happened!
  • Joe Biden sent the FBI on September 23, 1991 to Anita Hill’s home in Oklahoma with a subpoena to compel her to complete an affidavit of her allegations. I would consider that quite coercive wouldn’t you?
  • This is not something that you initiated, am I correct?
  • Anita Hill: No
  • What made her go public. Well NPR reporter Nina Totenberg called her with the affidavit in hand that Senator Joe Biden should have ensured and ensured her would not be made public.
  • She’s testifying because of unexpected events Senator Joe Biden and the Judiciary committee are responsible for. Unexpected events because Senator Joe Biden had committed to her, her allegations would be kept confidential.
  • She is a hostile witness who had no intention of ever being there to make allegations against Clarence Thomas.

The Senate Judiciary Committee is using Anita Hill to hold Clarence Thomas Confirmation hearing hostage, as ransom for President George H. W. Bush’s signature on passage on the Civil Rights Act John Danforth placed on the floor of the senate on September 24, 1991. The day the Senate Judiciary Committee had the allegations Senator Joe Biden subpoenaed from Anita Hill in hand.

  • October 15, 1991 Clarence Thomas was confirmed 52,48, the narrowest margin in more than a century.
  • October 26, 1991 The New York Times runs their story The Compromise on Civil Rights. Bottom line ” Scorecard: Bush gave in completely to the Danforth position.” In other words no changes from Kennedy’s 1990 Civil Rights Act Bush had previously vetoed and overrode.

There are lot more truths to the story strung among all the lies on both sides of the aisle in this bipartisan treason against the Constitution, Americas Farmers, Rural communities and the rule of law in America.

The Consequences of this treason cannot be overstated. The most comprehensive study since of the Federal Judiciary was done by Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq.
Ph.D., University of Cambridge, England
M.B.A., University of Michigan Business School
D.E.A., La Sorbonne, Paris
Judicial Discipline
New York City

To Quote Dr. Cordero’s assessment of the U.S. Federal Judiciary

“In the last 225 years since the creation of the Federal Judiciary in 1789, only 8 of its judges have been removed from the bench. They hold all their adjudicative, policy-making, administrative, and disciplinary meetings behind closed doors and never appear before a press conference. They act with impunity. The evidence reveals their motive, means, and opportunity to engage in financial and non-financial wrongdoing by abusing power to deny due process, disregard the law, and decide by reasonless summary orders. They have hatched a system of wrongdoing so routine, widespread, and pervasive among themselves and between them and insiders as to have turned wrongdoing into their Judiciary’s institutionalized modus operandi.”

To Quote the Third on the Federal Judiciary.

“In 2010, after years, sometimes decades in the metaphorical trenches, trying to vindicate the federal rights of average Americans through domestic legal processes, a coalition of U.S.-based good government advocates reported to the United Nations that “the ability of average Americans to effectively petition their government is so diluted or compromised that what would otherwise be our constitutional and universal human rights are no more than privileges, doled out at government discretion.” It took nearly five (5) more years for some advocates from that coalition to confirm underlying patterns of abuse.”

The effects of the Federalist Republican Goss Conspiracy on the Constitution was well described by Ted Kennedy’s speech on the Senate Floor when he attacked the nomination Robert Bork‘s Supreme Court nomination. Bork had been Richard Nixon’s Solicitor General and instrumental in the Saturday Night Massacre. It should be noted that Bork abandoned his lifetime Judicial Appointment in 1988.

“Robert Bork’s America is a land in which women would be forced into back-alley abortions, blacks would sit at segregated lunch counters, rogue police could break down citizens’ doors in midnight raids, and schoolchildren could not be taught about evolution, writers and artists could be censored at the whim of the Government, and the doors of the Federal courts would be shut on the fingers of millions of citizens.” Senator Ted Kennedy

The New York Times Kennedy and Bork July 5, 1987

It’s my educated guess that while Democrats aided the Republicans in this bipartisan act of treason, This was Ted Kennedy fingering Robert Bork for the framework of the Goss Conspiracy based on the 1975,76 rulings in Goss v. Lopez and Mathews v. Eldridge respectfully.

Their actions and efforts are in fact perfectly described by Taylor Caldwell’s depiction of Cicero in defending his actions in the Catiline Conspiracy.

“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and he carries his banners openly. But the traitor moves among those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not traitor, he speaks in the accents familiar to his victims and he wears their face and their garments, and he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of a city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to be feared”

Montesquieu father of the Separation of Powers Doctrine expounded the the following view of Roman History.

“It is not chance that rules the world. Ask the Romans, who had a continuous sequence of successes when they were guided by a certain plan, and an uninterrupted sequence of reverses when they followed another. There are general causes, moral and physical, which act in every monarchy, elevating it, maintaining it, or hurling it to the ground. All accidents are controlled by these causes. And if the chance of one battle—that is, a particular cause—has brought a state to ruin, some general cause made it necessary for that state to perish from a single battle. In a word, the main trend draws with it all particular accidents.”

Ironically the “one battle—that is, the particular cause bringing the US Government to ruin, was a battle over segregation of a White Farm Community in Plains Georgia. A battle fought by former President Jimmy Carter for Charles and Shirley Sherrod regarding a 6,000 acre black farmer Co Op called New Communities in Plains Georgia. The Segregationist Senator Herman Talmadge and the Lieutenant Governor of Georgia Lester Maddox both blocked first Governor Carter and Former President Carter’s attempts to help the Sherrods save their farming Community from financial collapse. You can read more on that story here:

Ironically in 1862, Isaac Newton, the first commissioner of US agriculture, reported to his president, Abraham Lincoln, that haciendas brought down Rome. The message to the country was pretty clear: small family farmers were the foundations of the American Republic. How history rhymes America.

Former President Jimmy Carter on the State of American Government.


This treason on the Constitution effectively makes every federal judge sitting on the bench today a strong arm protector of a criminal enterprise, and under the rule of law invalidates every decision in every court case the Courts have handled since 1990. Furthermore in makes every member of Congress and every President since an American Traitor. Make no mistake they’ve turned the government into a criminal enterprise and empowered it as a king that can do no wrong. They’ve converted the Federal Judiciary into a protection racket for the criminal operation of We The Peoples Government.

Justiceship Nominee, now justice Neil Gorsuch reportedly said that:

“An attack on one of our brothers and sisters of the robe is an attack on all of us” 

The Judiciary has protected itself by granting Judges absolute immunity. The Government with sovereign immunity, employees with qualified immunity and the ability to change the laws when needed to protect themselves. Congress does not expose the treason that’s undermined the Constitution for the same reason.

Shared deception creates bonds of necessity. Those involved in the deception need each other to support the lies. If one caves to the truth or is exposed, all involved are seen in the harsh light of day.

This may actually be the source of the judicial sickness known as Black Robe disease .

Having learned of all this and experiencing it first hand myself when I attempted to bring this conspiracy to light as it had been implemented into the procedural design of the USDA Administrative hearings. I wrote the following into a motion before the Federal Court. It prompted the Federal Judge to not only send a US Marshall after my wife and I but to also have Homeland Security contacting us.

A corrupt Federal Agency aided and abetted by a corrupt Federal Court is a travesty of justice for American democracy an insult to the U.S. Judicial system, to the Constitution of the United States of America, and to Life , Liberty, and Justice for all. It results in tyranny, oppression, and absolute despotism of the people justifying completely and succinctly the second amendment to the constitution of the United States. There is no greater criminal than the criminal that sits on the bench robbing America of its foundations.

The Declaration of Independence was supported almost entirely by the failures of Great Britain to recognize the colonist rights under the Magna Carta to Due Process. Fifty thousand relatives of the American people died in the American revolution to free America from such oppression. These traitors have destroyed those rights and dishonored every American Veteran thats fought for democracy since in a single decade of greed and incompetence. Make no mistake they’re evil deeds oppress the poor and middle class and enrich the wealthy. WE THE PEOPLE should prepare for the dissolution of Government as we know it. History never repeats but always rhymes and the greatest minds of history would tell America their Government is doomed.

Recently the Senate Dems put out a report called captured courts which exposes some of what the federalist have been up to.

You can download that report here.

I personally believe there’s only two ways to rid our Government of the Criminal enterprise now in control.

One is revolution the other is the fourth branch and true sovereign of the nation under the Constitution, We The People hold all branches accountable for the conspiracy of treason that ended the American republic before a public hearing and jury trial.

“Liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people. ” John Adams.

“Trial by jury is the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its Constitution” Thomas Jefferson 1789

You need to step up and get involved if you want a better future for your children and the world. If you would rather see an attempt by the people to bring back a Constitutional government sign the petition. Tell your family, friends, neighbors spread the word to sign. Call your Senator, Congressman and demand they support this petition for your Government stand trial. The Goss Conspiracy is written not to just tell the story but detail the evidence.

Sign the petition. on Change.Org “Demand U.S. Government Accountability to the Law”