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"Brandon Raub Revisited," by Paul Andrew Mitchell, Private Attorney General

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Subject: "Brandon Raub Revisited," by Paul Andrew Mitchell, Private Attorney General

"Brandon Raub Revisited"


Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964

What seems like a long time ago, I did some work in the mathematics of graphs,
much like analyzing fish nets and elevating those nets into high-level abstractions.

There was this really interesting property of fish nets that went like this:

if you converted every enclosed polygon into a point, and
if you converted every vertex point into a polygon,
you ended up with a secondary graph which truly "mirrored"
the primary graph -- in a mathematical sense, of course.

That secondary graph was called "the dual".

Why am I telling you this?

Well, in recent years, I've noticed how the principles of the Constitution
end up being "reflected" in the many atrocious behaviors of many Federal
government personnel, much as the dual graph is reflected in the primary one.

The "Downes Doctrine" is a really good example:

In 1901, the Supremes tried another fast one by
issuing another atrocious decision which went
much like this:

The Constitution of the United States, as such,
does not extend beyond the limits of the States
which are united by and under it.

It was another 5-to-4er, so the big money is now
on a bet that the swing vote was bribed.
The brilliant dissent by Justice Harlan is worth
its weight in gold, or platinum.

Sadly for the Supremes, that ridiculous "doctrine"
was already rendered null and void some thirty years
before the fact, because Congress had already
extended the entire Constitution into D.C. in 1871,
and into all Federal Territories in 1873.

Fast forward to Brandon now.  It is well to study again
a truly profound principle attributed to Noam Chomsky:

If we don't believe in freedom of expression for people we despise,
 we don't believe in it at all.

Of course, the lesson of Brandon's recent arrest and "commitment"
to a mental hospital, was a haunting and horrible reminder that
thousands of American soldiers are now buried along the Coast of France
chiefly because they made the ultimate sacrifice --
and shed their last drop of blood -- to stop self-appointed
tyrants and mad men from destroying freedom of expression.

Making matters worse, the fascism implied by that "arrest"
was then superseded by a form of bolshevism practiced
for many years by the Soviet KGB:  if you do not conform
we will liquify your brain, turn it into grey mush, and you
will then utter ONLY words THE STATE allows you to utter --
because THE STATE will have replaced all of your brains cells
with finely ground horse manure -- well done or medium rare --

You have no other choices, comrade!

Indeed, bolsheviks share a very nasty ideological trait, which
they acquired from a select group of empty-headed academics:
truth is a variable, malleable kind of thing and THE STATE enjoys the
exclusive prerogative of declaring each and every change .. er ..  evolution
which the truth must now endure, out beyond the Event Horizon.

This ideology is better known as "the sociology of knowledge",
and it underpins much of the viciously corrupt behavior and
obviously deliberate malfeasance which is bound to end up polluting
the Potomac permanently, just as surely as the broken sewer lines
that assaulted our Political Science intern noses during the
Summer of 1969.

As the story went, back then, the winning rowing coach
had to be chloroformed after being ceremoniously
dunked in that River, because it transported so much
human sewage into the Atlantic Ocean at all times
of the day and night.

So, when military veteran Brandon Raub gets "picked up"
in such a fashion, we are instantly reminded how ridiculous
the arresting gang had rendered the own mirror images
of outright contempt for due process of law.

It's a great lesson that will, hopefully, grace the first year
textbooks of Law School students everywhere on planet Earth
out into the eternal future.

The culprits could not have made their "dual" more obvious.

Sincerely yours,
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
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