Nope. You can’t even dream of justice here.
4. she is blessed
Just joking. Am I?
3. THE ROYALS WOULD FALL WITH HER
Like it or not, US and its justice system are still Crown’s subjects.
“ALL LICENSED BAR ATTORNEYS – ATTORNERS – IN THE U.S. OWE THEIR ALLEGIANCE AND GIVE THEIR SOLEMN OATH IN PLEDGE TO THE CROWN TEMPLE, REALIZING THIS OR NOT.
This is simply due to the fact that all Bar Associations throughout the world are signatories and franchises to the international Bar Association located at the Inns of Court at Crown Temple. Although they vehemently deny it, all Bar Associations in the U.S., such as the American Bar Association, the Florida Bar, or California Bar Association, are franchises to the Crown.
The Inns of Court to the Crown Temple use the Banking and Judicial system of the City of London – a sovereign and independent territory which is not a part of Great Britain (just as Washington City, as DC was called in the 1800s, is not a part of the north American states, nor is it a state) to defraud, coerce, and manipulate the American people. These Fleet Street bankers and lawyers are committing crimes in America under the guise and color of law. They are known collectively as the “Crown.” Their lawyers are actually Templar Bar Attornies, not lawyers.” – Source
2. THE JUDGE – DEMOCRAT, DEEP STATE, WOKE.
Everyone knows Alison Natahn was appointed by Obama and previously served as associate White House counsel for President Barack Obama. What else?
“In 2004, Nathan served as Associate National Counsel for Kerry-Edwards 2004. She also served as the voter protection coordinator in several primary elections on behalf of the Obama campaign and continues to advise the campaign on election law and voter protection issues and was a fellow at NYU Law School and a visting Professor at Fordham University Law School until assuming her post as White House Assc. Counsel.CORNELL LAW LAMBDA
In February of 2011, Senator Chuck Schumer of New York nominated Alison to become a Federal Judge for the Southern District of New York.”
On November 17, 2021, President Joe Biden announced his intent to nominate Nathan to serve as a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; her nomination was sent to the Senate the following day. President Biden nominated Nathan to the seat being vacated by Judge Rosemary S. Pooler, who will take senior status upon confirmation of her successor. Her nomination is pending before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
At Cornell, she was a member of the Quill and Dagger secret society
“This senior honor society formed in Cornell University is considered one of the most prominent of all societies, up there with Yale’s Skull and Bones. Even the New York Times wrote that it was seriously hard to get into, back in 1929, calling it “The highest non-scholastic honor within reach of undergraduates.” Names of all newly tapped members are published in The Cornell Daily Sun every semester, while meetings and activities remain closed.
Many members of the university’s staff are alumni of the society, and two sons, a grandson and grandson-in-law of the university’s president Jacob Gould Schurman were members. Between the years of 1913-1984, one former Quill and Dagger member could be found in the US congress every year. There are currently members in the Obama administration including Deputy Secretary of Labor Seth Harris and Associate Counsel to the President Alison J. Nathan. It’s rumored that hotelier Andre Balias (who has been linked to high profile stars including Salma Hayek) is a Quill and Dagger alumni.” – The Richest Magazine, 2014
The meetings and proceedings of Quill and Dagger are closed, and the society’s contributions and activities on campus are typically concealed. Membership remained secret for a brief period after its founding, but the names of newly tapped members are now published in The Cornell Daily Sun each semester.
Members list as per Wikipedia, includes:
- Thomas W. Jones (1969) – Chairman and CEO of Citigroup‘s Global Investment Management (1999–2004); President and COO of TIAA-CREF (1993–1997); created the James A. Perkins Prize for Interracial Understanding and Harmony at Cornell University; spokesman for students in the Willard Straight Hall takeover in 1969; Cornell University trustee
- Gene Case (1959) – advertising executive who developed campaigns for Mennen, Tums, Lyndon B. Johnson‘s 1964 presidential election, Nelson Rockefeller, and Robert F. Wagner
- Stuart Loory (1954) – executive producer (1987–1990) and vice-president (1990–1995) of CNN; editor-in-chief of CNN World Report (1990–1991); managing editor of Chicago Sun-Times; included on Richard Nixon’s list of political opponents
- Sam Roberts (1968) – deputy editor of The New York Times Week in Review (1995–2015); inaugural author of the “Metro Matters” column; columnist, reporter, and editor with The New York Times and New York Daily News; biographer of David Greenglass and Nelson Rockefeller
- Robert Selander (1972) – President and CEO of MasterCard (1997–2010)
- Walter C. Teagle (1900) – President (1917–1937) and Chairman (1937–1942) of Standard Oil [Rockefeller]; namesake and donor of Cornell University’s Teagle Hall; Cornell University trustee
- James J. Cosgrove (1909) – General Counsel (1929–1948) and Chairman (1948–1952) of Continental Oil
- Jules Kroll (1963) – founder of Kroll Inc. and the modern investigations, intelligence, and security industry; responsible for tracking the assets of Jean-Claude Duvalier, Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, and Saddam Hussein; corporate member of Council on Foreign Relations and Trilateral Commission; Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year (2003)
- Stephen Friedman (1959) – Chairman of Goldman Sachs (1990–1994); Director of the National Economic Council (2002–2005); Chairman of the U.S. President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (2006–2009); Council on Foreign Relations; Trilateral Commission
- Stephen D. Krasner (1963) – United States Director of Policy Planning (2005–2009); Council on Foreign Relations
- Paul Wolfowitz (1965) – United States Director of Policy Planning (1981–1982); United States Deputy Secretary of Defense (2001–2005); World Bank President (2005–2007); Council on Foreign Relations; Trilateral Commission
- Sandy Berger (1967) – United States National Security Advisor (1997–2001); Council on Foreign Relations
- Robert J. Einhorn (1969) – Assistant Secretary (1999–2001) and Deputy Assistant Secretary (1992–1999) for Nonproliferation in the U.S. State Department; Senior Adviser on Policy Planning Staff (1986–1992); Council on Foreign Relations; husband of Jessica Einhorn
- Stephen Hadley (1969) – National Security Advisor (2005–2009)
- Robert D. Kyle (1977) – chief international trade counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance; special assistant to the president for international trade and finance; National Security Council; National Economic Council; Council on Foreign Relations
- Dwight Bush (1979) – U.S. Ambassador to Morocco (2014–2017)
- DeWest Hooker (1940) – claimed responsibility for John F. Kennedy‘s presidential election; inspired George Lincoln Rockwell to found the American Nazi Party; oil broker
- Carol R. Kuntz (1984) – Dick Cheney‘s Homeland Security adviser; hired by Dick Cheney to organize national defense against terrorism in early 2001; assistant to Scooter Libby during Gulf War; Council on Foreign Relations
- Elizabeth L. Colagiuri (1992) – Deputy Dean of the College at Princeton University; Executive Director of the Princeton Project on National Security; Special Assistant to the President of the Council on Foreign Relations; Assistant to the Commander in Chief of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet
- Lou Conti (1941) – US Marine Corps Major General; President of Marine Corps Reserve Policy Board (1974–1975); Chairman of Reserve Forces Policy Board (1977–1985); Legion of Merit; Distinguished Flying Cross; five Air Medals; Presidential Unit Citation; Navy Unit Commendation; American Defense Service Medal; American Campaign Medal; Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with silver star; World War II Victory Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Korean Service Medal with three bronze stars; Armed Forces Reserve Medal; United Nations Service Medal; Korean Presidential Unit Citation; Korean Service Medal
- Robert D. Ladd (1943) – executive secretary to Vice President Richard Nixon; general manager of the Citizens Committee for the second Hoover Commission; son of Carl E. Ladd, Dean of Cornell University College of Agriculture
- Gerald Klerman (1950) – head of the Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration under Jimmy Carter (1977-1980); developed interpersonal psychotherapy as a treatment for depression
- John Williams Mellor (1950) – development economist; Wihuri International Prize recipient; International Food Policy Research Institute director-general; USAID chief economist
- Philip Merrill (1955) – head of the Export-Import Bank of the United States (2002–2005); donor and namesake of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism; Council on Foreign Relations; donor and namesake of Cornell University’s Merrill Presidential Scholars Program; Cornell University trustee; Cornell University presidential councilor
- Harry T. Edwards (1962) – United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Chief Judge (1994–2001); Chairman of Amtrak (1978–1980)
- L. Londell McMillan (1987) – entertainment attorney and leading artists’ rights advocate; legal representative for Michael Jackson, Spike Lee, Lil’ Kim, Prince, Usher, Kanye West, and Stevie Wonder; co-owner of New Jersey Nets; legal affairs manager for Michael Jackson
- Gligor A. Tashkovich (1987) – Council on Foreign Relations (1999–2004); Minister of Foreign Investment of the Republic of Macedonia (2006–2008)
- Robert L. Trimpi (1948) – NASA Langley Research Center engineer on Project Mercury, Viking program, Apollo program, and Space Shuttle program; inventor of the wind tunnel capable of simulating atmospheric re-entry conditions for spacecraft
- Thomas J. Kelly (1951) – chief engineer of the Apollo Lunar Module; NASA Director of Space Programs (1972–1976)
- George M. Schurman (1913) – son of Jacob Gould Schurman, Cornell University’s third president and U.S. Ambassador to China and Germany
- Jacob Gould Schurman, Jr. (1917) – Chief Magistrate of New York City; Cornell University trustee; son of Jacob Gould Schurman, Cornell University’s third president and U.S. Ambassador to China and Germany
CORNELL’S War Memorial
Beginning in 1925, Quill and Dagger members spearheaded the erection of a permanent memorial to Cornellians who served in the First World War. Based on the suggestion of F. Ellis Jackson, a Quill and Dagger member, the architectural plan for West Campus was modified to include the War Memorial structure. Funds for its construction were raised from alumni by a committee chaired by Robert E. Treman, also a society member. The War Memorial was dedicated on May 23, 1931 with a national radio address by President Herbert Hoover. It was erected in remembrance of the 264 Cornellian casualties and nearly 9,000 Cornellians who served during the war. It is the largest of several tributes to military service and sacrifice at Cornell University.
Because of Quill and Dagger’s contributions to the War Memorial’s construction, the society was granted exclusive use of the top floors of the northern tower. The inscription above the entrance to the building reads, “This tower is a memorial to the men of Quill and Dagger who in giving their lives for their country were true to Cornell traditions.” The mural in the first floor War Memorial Shrine also depicts a quill and a dagger prominently, although official descriptions discuss their meaning as a palm and sword.
The War Memorial structure is filled with symbolism relevant to the society and its ideals. For example, six symbols appear on shields around the top of the Quill and Dagger Tower. The east and west sides of the Tower depict four historic variations of a cross: the Latin cross, Saint Andrew’s Cross, swastika, and Maltese cross. These four symbols have varying heraldic, religious, and secular meanings including loyalty, piety, bravery, martyrdom, humility, and sacrifice. They also are connected with historic chivalric orders such as the Knights Hospitaller and Knights Templar. The south side of the tower depicts an ankh, which symbolizes life or the power to give and sustain life. Next to the ankh is a menorah, whose light has traditionally represented knowledge or enlightenment.
1. THE CO-DEFENDANTS
What leftoids and media won’t tell you is that Ghislaine is actually not sitting alone on that bench. So the web of interests is even more gigantic than we previously thought.
“It doesn’t seem right that only Maxwell is in the dock. There were others who facilitated the abuse and this makes it seem like it was only her”, one woman, who wished to remain anonymous, told The Telegraph.
Also co-defendant: The Weinstein Corporation, a dear friend of the president who gave this judge his career:
“Ghislaine continues to have many friends. I know this because we receive mail, emails, letters and so forth from her friends, but we live in a world where people are cancelled for friendships of this type.”Ian Maxwell, brother
BONUS: The Comeys. Or should I say “US Government”?
US Government should be a co-defendant in this trial, and, instead, it mocks the investigator, prosecutor and judge. What are the chances this turns out well?
This came up later, and surely there are plenty more items that can be added to a list such as this. Should I change the title to 4.5? Maybe not, as that’s about enough to make the point. But for what it’s worth, also contemplate this (and who knows what else I might add in the future).
To be continued?
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