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January 19, 2012


Why We Must Organize

The Fight Is On

Editor’s Note: This Update has two parts. Today we address why it is imperative for each of us to awaken our families, friends and neighbors, in sufficient numbers, to their duty, as responsible Americans, to ORGANIZE for the purpose of holding ALL elected officials accountable to ALL provisions of our state and federal constitutions, and to do so NOW. Tomorrow we will reveal a practical pathway for us to ORGANIZE, using a powerful new online organizing tool.

SUMMARY: Why We Must Organize

In defense of the Rule of Law in New York State, from the State Constitution on down, we established the Tri-County Taxpayers Association in 1979, and the All-County Taxpayers Association in 1992. For twenty years these organizations blazed a trail of government accountability by using the Right to Petition the Government for Redress of Grievances, the Right that is guaranteed by every State Constitution and by the last ten words of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, but a Right that had been so injured as to be confined and stored away since 1836, when it was “gagged” by Congress.  For more about TCTA and ACTA and their success in New York State, see

In 1997, to give our State and Federal Constitutions a stronger voice in federal affairs of state, we established We The People, a national organization. Within seven years, WTP had etched into the awareness of citizens in every state the concept of government accountability to the rest of the Constitution through First Amendment Petitions for Redress. See the “Archives” at

On June 15, 2011, to give our State and Federal Constitutions a stronger voice, we began advocating for the establishment of a non-political “Constitution Lobby” in every state. We recognized that non-violent civic action by a mass movement is necessary to prevail in attempts to hold government accountable to our Constitutions. Within six months, Constitution Lobbies were incorporated in New York, Connecticut, Kansas and Nebraska:,,,

On October 8, 2011, to give our State and Federal Constitutions a voice within the widespread Occupy movement of young people, we established a Constitution Working Group within Occupy Wall Street. Within three months a website was established at where there is now posted a Statement of Beliefs and seven First Amendment Petitions for Redress, each addressing a major issue in our Country, which when signed by 3% of the population of the United States (9 million), will be served on named official(s) in our state and federal governments.

While all of these efforts since 1979 have been dedicated to defending our Federal and State Constitutions as they currently exist, including their embedded provisions for amending them, there is now a counter-movement that has been quietly seeded in America advocating for a new Constitution and a new Bill of Rights.

This “Replace The Constitution” movement has been instigated, strategized and funded by liberal, progressive forces, including George Soros. It seeks to disembowel our Founding documents and their essential, underlying Principles.

It has sprouted ever far-reaching tentacles throughout the institutions of our society, inventing and molding “intellectual” mindsets and political paradigms from corporate/media newsrooms to Hollywood scriptwriters, from the hallowed halls of Yale University to the ubiquitous urchins at Occupy Wall Street.

The Replace The Constitution movement appears determined to command the future of this Nation and her People, enabled by the American public’s pathetic grasp of history, economics and the essential Principles of Law and Liberty protected by our Founding documents, coupled with the public’s inability to discern the connection between the root causes and effects underlying the current national and international crisis.

As we begin to examine the emerging roadmap this dangerous new movement is drawing for the future of America (and the planet) we see the fingerprints of an all-powerful, universally present George Soros.

The balance of this article discusses our recent confrontation with the shadowed forces of this Replace The Constitution movement as we attempted to provide basic education to the assembled masses at Occupy Wall Street regarding the nature of Liberty and the vast powers of our Fundamental Rights, including the Right to Petition and the Right to Secure Redress protected by our Constitutions. 

We are trying to do something very constructive. To our surprise, however, we find we are being blocked for fairly unsubstantial reasons, based on arbitrary personal opinions as opposed to reasoned argument based on facts. Despite our desire to move forward, we have been actively obstructed by disruptors within Occupy Wall Street’s General Assembly (“GA”), who have persistently injected numerous interruptions and distractions to thwart our progress – all the while failing to confront the substance of our Right to Petition based solution and failing to explain how obedience to the Constitution would work counter to the principles of economic justice the “99%” so boisterously seek.

We believe the Replace The Constitution movement will do what it can to prevent the “99%” from learning that they currently possess the power to manifest the social Justice, economic opportunity, global peace and personal Liberty they demand simply by embracing our existing Constitutions. is the official site for information about George Soros. There, we read, “George Soros has been a prominent international supporter of democratic ideals and causes for more than 30 years.  His philanthropic organization, the Open Society Foundations, supports democracy and human rights in over 70 countries. Born in Budapest in 1930, George Soros is Chairman of Soros Fund Management, LLC. As one of history’s most successful financiers, his views on investing and economic issues are widely followed.”

For evidence of how powerful and universal the presence of George Soros, see  

The Clash and Developing Contest

On December 17, 2011, at Liberty Square in New York City, our efforts to defend the Letter and Spirit of the current Constitution came face-to-face and clashed with the movement to Replace The Constitution and Bill of Rights.

Take heed. Pay special attention. The fight is on and much is at stake.


THE DETAILS: Why We Must Organize

On October 8, we started a Constitution Working Group at OWS.

On November 4, prior to the eviction of Occupiers from Zuccoti Park, before two thousand listeners, Bob and Judith presented the Statement of Beliefs to the General Assembly for consideration. The response to a continuing Constitution presence and the Statement of Beliefs was overwhelmingly positive.

The Constitution was gaining traction. was presented to the public with the Statement of Beliefs and then seven First Amendment Petitions for Redress, which speak to the heart of what is fundamental to America and seek to address some of our Nation’s gravest challenges using constitutional remedies.

The Constitution Working Group then sought to obtain the consent of the General Assembly of Occupy Wall Street to:

a)   defend the Constitution by encouraging all people in and out of the occupy movement to “occupy the First Amendment’s Petition for Redress Clause,” by signing  the Petitions on, and

b)  encourage the General Assemblies of all other occupy groups across the Country to do the same.

On December 1, 2011, CNN posted an article Exclusive: Inside the offices of Occupy Wall Street,
saying in part:

“A block away from the New York Stock Exchange, a few dozen Occupy Wall Street organizers show up to work every day at an office building in the heart of Manhattan's Financial District. The movement may have lost its public face a handful of protesters appear at Zuccotti Park on any given morning but the folks who sit at desks inside the office said Occupy is still very much alive despite the recent evictions of encampments across the country...

 “This is just an office space that a handful of people have tried to make a resource for the Occupy Wall Street movement,” said Han Shan, a member of Occupy Wall Street’s press relations and direct-action working groups…

“We found a donor who was generous enough to pay the rent,” Shan said.

The donor has chosen to remain anonymous.” 

On December 4, Schulz and Whitmore stood before the General Assembly in Zucotti Park and presented the Plan, saying:

--    the Constitution Working Group had developed seven First Amendment Petitions for Redress:  five directed to the Federal Government and two directed to the State Legislatures, each designed to remedy a violation of the Constitution; and

--    that on December 11 – after a week-long, intensive review period of the Plan by OWS - the Constitution Working Group  would return to the General Assembly to seek the consensus of the General Assembly in support of the seven Petitions for Redress: and

--   that the Constitution Working Group would take steps to inform everyone affiliated with Occupy Wall Street and the Occupy movement across the country about the seven Petitions for Redress.

Between December 4 and 11, we made every effort to reach out to the struggling OWS movement as remained after the eviction:

--    We posted an article about the Statement of Beliefs and seven Petitions for Redress on the official OWS website, including a link to our new website where the Petitions for Redrss could be read; and

--    We distributed 1,000 hard copies of the Petitions to participants in the OWS movement at various OWS event locations in NYC, including the “Atrium at 60 Wall Street” and the “Spokes Council Meeting” on December 6; the response to our presence was gratitude and support.

--   We offered a live stream Q & A about the Plan through the InterOccupy Working Group on December 8; the one-hour interview was streamed live over the Internet; listeners called in with their comments and questions, and the interview was archived on the InterOccupy Working Groups web site; and

--   We offered “teach-ins” on the Petitions at 60 Wall Street, the place where the nomad occupiers were gathering to re-organize. At this time we began to see a variety of factions with vastly different things in mind for America.

On December 10, 2011, (“WND”) posted an article Occupy's 'nerve center' staffed by Soros activists , reading in part:

“Shan’s radical resume goes far beyond Occupy. He is the former program director for the Tides Center-funded Ruckus Society and an activist with the Tides-funded Adbusters.

“Shan was listed as the contact person for protests outside the 2000 Democratic National Convention. Those protests were sponsored by both Adbusters and Ruckus.

“Shan previously pulled off a stunt at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, where he reportedly climbed to the top of the building and unfurled a 600-square-foot cartoon that depicted the earth falling through a broken shopping bag. The action was aimed at getting mall visitors to ditch their purchases, go home and observe Thanksgiving Friday as “Buy Nothing Day.”

“Since 1992, “Buy Nothing Day” has been sponsored annually by the Vancouver-based Media Foundation, which publishes Adbusters.

“Adbusters magazine is reported to have come up with the Occupy Wall Street idea after Arab Spring protests toppled governments in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia. The Adbusters website serves as a central hub for Occupy’s planning.”

Working with the Ruckus Society, Shan was a leader of the 1999 World Trade Organization protests in Seattle that turned violent. Ruckus helped to spark those riots.

Ruckus is directly tied to Occupy. WND previously reported how official direct-action training resources for recent Occupy events include several manuals from the Ruckus Society, which trains radical activists in “direct action” techniques.

Ruckus was also listed as a “friend and partner” of the Occupy Days of Action held last month.

Ruckus is funded by the Tides Center, which has been involved in Occupy since the movement’s onset.

Another grantee of Tides is the Adbusters magazine., which has joined Occupy, is funded by Tides.

Tides functions as a money tunnel where major leftist donors provide large sums that are channeled to hundreds of radical groups. One prominent Tides donor is Soros.

Besides accepting major donations from Tides, Ruckus is also funded directly by Soros’ own Open Society Institute.

On December 11, 2011, we returned to Zuccoti Pank and presented the Constitution Working Group’s proposal to the General Assembly. Out of an initially supportive crowd came unfamiliar and rebellious faces and voices. Our proposal was tabled due to a seemingly coordinated effort by a small group of people who were clearly in the minority, who deliberately obstructed the passage of the proposal by introducing irrelevant issues and making speeches about how calamitous, gloomy and threatening our Constitution is.

We returned to the General Assembly on the 14th and the 17th, only to have the proposal tabled again and again, after additional “filibustering” by a few people who were finally heard to say they were not interested in any defense of the current Constitution because they “wanted a new Government and new Constitution.”  They showed little or no understanding of the one we have. We saw the many supporters stand back in silent observation of what was taking place. Some whispered to us, “This is what happens here. Don’t give up.”

We knew if this Replace The Constitution faction had a foot-hold in the Occupy movement, they would have to surface to prevent our Constitutional Proposal from gaining a real foot-hold, and they did.

On December 20, Bob received a late night telephone call. The caller convinced Bob that he was intimately familiar with OWS’s politics, personalities, programs and procedures. The caller told Bob he was familiar and in agreement with the Constitution Working Group’s proposal, and that he wanted Bob to understand where the opposition was coming from.

The caller explained he was working on his theory that three factions had developed within the movement:

1.   The “Due Process” faction that believes in transparency in government and that those in Government should be held accountable to the existing constitution, and

2.   The “Red Anarchist” faction that wants a new government with a new constitution, and had figured out they could use the rules of the GA to advance their agenda by supporting “friendly” proposals  such as those of the Direct Action Working Group, while thwarting unfriendly proposals such as that of the Constitution Working Group.

3.   The “Smaller Government” faction that simply wants less government and less spending.

The caller said he was in the Due Process faction and considered the efforts of the Constitution Working Group to be extremely important.

Bob and Judith spent the next day with the caller, and a colleague of his, learning more about them and their definite plans.

On January 2, 2012, World Net Daily, published an article titled “OCCUPY ASSAULTS 'OUTDATED' U.S. CONSTITUTION; Seeks new currency, right of troops to refuse orders,” by Aaron Klein.  The article accused Occupy Wall Street of being affiliated with Soros and of wanting to draft a NEW Constitution.  Aaron Klein is WND's senior staff reporter and Jerusalem bureau chief. He also hosts "Aaron Klein Investigative Radio" on New York's WABC. 

After we posted comments to protest his confusion, Klein called us. He agreed he had mistakenly linked the Petitions on our website, to statements that had been newly posted on a spin-off website of OWS under the Forum topic OccupyTheConstitution. Note: That Forum is accessible at the website after clicking on “Forum” and searching for “occupy the constitution.”

We went to see for ourselves what had caused Klein’s sensational headline. We found “someone else” had entered the scene, using OccupyTheConstitution as a Forum topic and asserting that the 99% needed to write a new constitution. From their initial posting dated December 13, 2001, there has been a continuing, concentrated effort to proceed as if representing a major voice within the OWS movement. 

So, Klein read the postings on the Forum “OccupyTheConstitution” (not a website, no “.org” or “.com) that he found on the OWS spin off website . He assumed OccupyTheConstitution was a website. He entered in his browser. There, he discovered our Petitions for Redress, apparently read only the remedial instructions and jumped to the conclusion that “Occupy Assaults The Constitution.”

The chain of errors in Klein’s report helped us discover what was under foot and learn more about Soros and the effort to Replace The Constitution

Until then, we at WTP were aware of what Glenn Beck, Judge Napolitano, WND and others had been surfacing about Soros and his activities. Now, however, we sought to meet this energy head on. Here is some of what we have learned:

1.   Organizations funded by Soros include: The Open Society Foundations, The American Constitution Society and the Center for American Progress, as well as the Tides Foundation. We believe Soros is funding, directly and indirectly, hundreds of organizations in America and around the world. We believe his ideas and funding have permeated and been diffused throughout our society, including mainstream Media, academia, think-tanks and other opinion leaders with the potential of covering America with a blanket of propaganda aimed at dismantling America’s Constitutional Republic, with its underlying principles, bringing America down and into “equilibrium” with other countries, rather than allowing the governing documents and true principles of Freedom, Rights and Liberties of other countries rise to letter and spirit of America’s.

2.   In April of 2005, three of these organizations sponsored a conference at Yale Law School titled, “The Constitution in 2020.” According to The New York Times, “the organizers set out to gather together a group of scholars to define a progressive constitutional agenda for the coming century. The conference brought to New Haven many of the leading liberal scholars in the country… They sought to nurture a new generation of legal liberals who would pose an alternative to the conservative strict-constructionist lawyers who emerged from the Federalist Society to dominate the federal courts during the Reagan, Bush 41 and Bush 43 eras…In the ensuing years, several scholars, including Jack Balkin, Reva Siegel and Robert Post — three law professors at Yale — have helped articulate the position now known as “democratic constitutionalism.” One of its core ideas is that courts should pursue many of the same social-justice ends that the Warren Court sought to advance, only using more modest, less uniformly activist means — always acting in conjunction with progressive political movements… (our emphasis added in bold).

3.   The leader of the Conference was Cass Sunstein, a Professor of Law at Chicago Law School and who in 2009 became the White House’s head of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.  Sunstein is the husband of Samantha Powers, a Special Advisor to President Obama on Human Rights with ties to the Global Center For Responsibility to Protect who is believed to have influenced President Obama to apply the armed forces of the United States in non-defense related hostilities in Libya in 2011 (without the authorization of Congress, compounding the injury to the Constitution).

4.   In 2004, Sunstein published a book, “The Second Bill of Rights: FDR’S Unfinished Revolution and Why We Need It More than Ever,” in which he advanced the notion that welfare rights, including some controversial inceptions, be granted by the state.

Sunstein laid out what he calls the Second Bill of Rights:

--   The right to a useful and remunerative job in the industries or shops or farms or mines of the nation;


--   The right to earn enough to provide adequate food and clothing and recreation;

--   The right of every farmer to raise and sell his products at a return that will give him and his family a decent living;

--   The right of every businessman, large and small, to trade in an atmosphere of freedom from unfair competition and domination by monopolies at home or abroad;

--   The right of every family to a decent home;

--   The right to adequate medical care and the opportunity to achieve and enjoy good health;


--   The right to adequate protection from the economic fears of old age, sickness, accident and unemployment;


--   The right to a good education.

Sound sensible and desirable? Beware. Our Founding Fathers eschewed collectivism democracy and socialism as options for our America. Learn why.

On one page in his book, Sunstein claims he is “not seriously arguing” his bill of rights be “encompassed by anything in the Constitution.” On the next page he states that “if the nation becomes committed to certain rights, they may migrate into the Constitution itself.” He goes on to argue,“at a minimum, the second bill should be seen as part and parcel of America’s constitutive commitments.”

5.   In April of 2009, inspired by “The Constitution in 2020” conference at Yale, a book was published with that title. The Constitution in 2020 was edited by two Yale Law School Professors, Jack M. Balkin and Reva B. Siegel. Here is what the Publisher and Reviewers had to say about the book: 


“The Constitution in 2020 is a powerful blueprint for implementing a more progressive vision of constitutional law in the years ahead. Edited by two of America's leading constitutional scholars, the book provides a new framework for addressing the most important constitutional issues of the future in clear, accessible language. Featuring some of America's finest legal minds--Cass Sunstein, Bruce Ackerman, Robert Post, Harold Koh, Larry Kramer, Noah Feldman, Pam Karlan, William Eskridge, Mark Tushnet, Yochai Benkler and Richard Ford, among others--the book tackles a wide range of issues, including the challenge of new technologies, presidential power, international human rights, religious liberty, freedom of speech, voting, reproductive rights, and economic rights. The Constitution in 2020 calls on liberals to articulate their constitutional vision in a way that can command the confidence of ordinary Americans.” (Our emphasis added)


“Edited by two of America's leading constitutional scholars, with features from some of America's leading legal minds (Cass Sunstein, Bruce Ackerman, Robert Post, Harold Koh, Larry Kram, Noah Feldman, Pam Karlan, William Eskridge, etc.)”


"It is clear that no talent was spared in the construction of Balkin and Siegel's book The Constitution in 2020....Balkin and Siegel have drawn together a group of contributors highly qualified to predict the challenges that redemptive constitutionalism could face in the next decade."--Political Studies Review

"The Constitution in 2020 belongs in every academic law library. This collection would be a valuable addition to a suggested reading list for constitutional law classes. High school students in advanced placement US government and politics classes might be encouraged to read a few of the essays. Law librarians should at least skim through this book, too. You never know when someone is going to ask a question that you may be able to answer thanks to your outside reading."--Law Library Journal

"For a generation, conservatives have dominated our constitutional conversation. Now as a new day dawns, this inspiring book recaptures a progressive vision of a Constitution that can fulfill the country's oldest commitments to a robust and inclusive democracy."--Linda Greenhouse, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of Becoming Justice Blackmun:R

"For much too long, progressive thinkers have been either responding reflexively to agendas set by the right, or wringing their hands over the absence of constructive options of their own. This volume marks the end of that time in the wilderness. Constitutional progressives who read this book's veritable cornucopia of carefully conceived alternatives are bound to be energizes by the vistas opened here--and challenged by the puzzles poster in every sparkling chapter."--Laurence H. Tribe, University Professor, Harvard Law School, and author of The Invisible Constitution

About the Author(s)

Jack M. Balkin is Knight Professor of Constitutional Law and the First Amendment at Yale Law School, and the Founder and Director of Yale's Information Society Project, an interdisciplinary center that studies law and the new information technologies. Professor Balkin teaches and writes in the areas of constitutional law, telecommunications and Internet law, first amendment law, cultural and social theory, and jurisprudence. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the author of over 80 articles on constitutional and legal theory. He has written op-eds and commentaries for The New York Times, The Boston Globe, the L.A. Times, the Hartford Courant, the New Orleans Times Picayune, the Washington Monthly, and the New Republic Online. He also runs a weblog, Balkinization, at

Reva B. Siegel is Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Professor of Law at Yale Law School, where she teaches constitutional law, antidiscrimination law, and legal history, and serves as faculty advisor to the American Constitution Society chapter. Professor Siegel's writing draws on legal history to explore questions of law and inequality, and to analyze how courts interact with representative government and popular movements in interpreting the Constitution. Much of her recent work analyzes how progressive and conservative movements have struggled to shape constitutional law in matters concerning race, sex, and the family over the last several decades. She is currently writing a series of articles exploring the genesis of the "traditional family values" coalition and the evolving strategies of the anti-abortion movement.


6.      In 2009, the Yale Law School issued the following announcement:

On October 2-4th, 2009, Yale Law School will hold a conference in honor of the publication of The Constitution in 2020. The book contains 27 short essays by some of the country's leading constitutional and civil rights scholars discussing how the Constitution should be interpreted in the year 2020. The book emphasizes the importance of democratic constitutionalism in which the political branches and ordinary citizens play important roles in defining and enforcing constitutional rights, and in which courts have neither the first nor the last word on the meaning of the Constitution. For a recent account of the book in the New York Times Magazine, see; to review the table of contents and read 10 sample chapters, see

During the October Conference at Yale a group of senior and junior scholars will meet at Yale Law School to explore our constitutional future in areas ranging from foreign policy and national security to social welfare rights, individual freedom, federalism, democracy and voting rights, and theories of constitutional interpretation.” (Our emphasis added). 


7.   On February 14, 2008, the Global Centre for R2P (Responsibility to Protect) was launched with funding by Soros. ; . The principles of 
Responsibility To  Protect” originated in a 2001 report of the International Commission
   on Intervention and State Sovereignty


   The following was taken from the website of the Global Centre for R2P:


The Responsibility to Protect populations from genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing has emerged as an important global principle since the adoption of the UN World Summit Outcome Document in 2005. In recent years the international community has accepted R2P both conceptually and in practice, including by invoking the principle in UN Security Council resolutions. 

The Responsibility to Protect - known as R2P - refers to the obligation of states toward their populations and toward all populations at risk of genocide and other mass atrocity crimes. This international norm stipulates that:

* The primary responsibility to protect populations from mass atrocities lies with the state itself.

* When a state proves either unable or unwilling to protect peoples, that responsibility shifts to the international community.

* This obligation must be exercised preventively; states can not delay action until mass crimes have already occurred.

* The tools of action include diplomatic, legal, and other peaceful measures; coercive measures such as sanctions; and, as a last resort, military force.  

8.   In 2004, Soros had outlined the fundamentals of Responsibility to Protect in a Foreign Policy magazine article entitled “The People’s Sovereignty: How a New Twist on an Old Idea Can Protect the World’s Most Vulnerable Populations.”

   In the article, Soros said:

 “true sovereignty belongs to the people, who in turn delegate it to their governments.”

“If governments abuse the authority entrusted to them and citizens have no opportunity to correct such abuses, outside interference is justified.”

“By specifying that sovereignty is based on the people, the international community can penetrate nation-states’ borders to protect the rights of citizens.”  (Our emphasis added).

“In particular, the principle of the people’s sovereignty can help solve two modern challenges: the obstacles to delivering aid effectively to sovereign states, and the obstacles to global collective action dealing with states experiencing internal conflict.” (Our emphasis added).

9.   Following the publication of Soros’ article, the “Responsibility To Protect” principles were endorsed by the United Nations General Assembly in the 2005 World Summit Outcome Document at paragraphs 138 and 139:


138. Each individual State has the responsibility to protect its populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. This responsibility entails the prevention of such crimes, including their incitement, through appropriate and necessary means. We accept that responsibility and will act in accordance with it. The international community should, as appropriate, encourage and help States to exercise this responsibility and support the United Nations in establishing an early warning capability.


139. The international community, through the United Nations, also has the

responsibility to use appropriate diplomatic, humanitarian and other peaceful means, in accordance with Chapters VI and VIII of the Charter, to help protect populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. In this context, we are prepared to take collective action, in a timely and decisive manner, through the Security Council, in accordance with the Charter, including Chapter VII, on a case-by-case basis and in cooperation with relevant regional organizations as appropriate, should peaceful means be inadequate and national authorities manifestly fail to protect their populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity. We stress the need for the General Assembly to continue consideration of the responsibility to protect populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity and its implications, bearing in mind the principles of the Charter and international law. We also intend to commit ourselves, as necessary and appropriate, to helping States build capacity to protect their populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity and to assisting those which are under stress before crises and conflicts break out. See


10.  In January of 2009, the UN Secretary-General released a report titled “Implementing the Responsibility to Protect,” (available on Soros’s R2P website:      

  11. In a July 2009 General Assembly Debate, UN Member States overwhelmingly reaffirmed the 2005   Commitment and passed a consensus resolution taking note of the Secretary-General’s report.  Read more about the historic debate here.In this document the Secretary-General detailed what is now referred to as the "three pillars" of R2P implementation. 


12. In July 2010 and July 2011, the Secretary-General released two additional reports in advance of General Assembly Debates on the Responsibility to Protect. The 2010 report entitled, “Early Warning, assessment and the responsibility to protect addresses the early warning capacities and gaps within UN institutions. The 2011 report entitled, “The role of regional and subregional arrangements in implementing the responsibility to protect focuses on the mechanisms and capacities that regional organizations possess for effective regional-global collaboration for prevention of mass atrocities. 


13. The Security Council has invoked R2P in a number of instances. In 2006, while addressing the protection of civilians in Resolution 1674, the Security Council cited R2P reaffirming "the provisions of paragraphs 138 and 139 of the 2005 World Summit Outcome Document regarding the responsibility to protect populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity." In 2011 the Security Council invoked the Responsibility to Protect in a number of Resolutions: 1970 and 1973 on the situation in Libya, 1975 on the situation in Côte d'Ivoire, and 2014 on the situation in Yemen.


14. In March of 2011, WND published an article, “Soros fingerprints on Libya bombing.”

15. In September of 2011, an Op-Ed appeared in the Los Angeles Times, R2P and the Libya mission; When does 'responsibility to protect' grant countries the right to intervene? by Simon Adams, executive director of the Global Center for the Responsibility to Protect.


16. On December 21, 2011, an article titled, “Responsibility to Protect” The End of National Sovereignty by Oldemandalton was published at LDS Freedom Forum


17. On January 10, 2012, Klein posted an article titled, “Look who Obama’s new czar is tied to… Cecilia Munoz previously worked with infamous list,” reporting in part:

“The Tides-funded Ruckus Society has been providing direct-action training to Occupy protesters as well as official training resources, including manuals, to Occupy training groups. Ruckus, which helped spark the 1999 World Trade Organization riots in Seattle, was also listed as a “friend and partner” of the Occupy Days of Action in October…Another grantee of Tides is, which has joined Occupy.”



We here at WTP believe that our Constitution, and its essential, underlying principles (The Rulebook - designed to govern the Government), and the People’s willingness to enforce it, are all that stand between a Free People and total tyranny and despotism. 

We know that the root cause of virtually all America’s problems are the routine violations of the “Rules” – the principles, restrictions, prohibitions and mandates of our Founding Documents.  To make matters worse, the open and unapologetic disobedience and disdain of our Constitution exhibited by our elected officials is service to the shadowed interests of those determined to Replace The Constitution and usher in some new “utopian” progressive system of governance, devoid of any semblance of the Law, Justice or Individual Liberty promised by our current Constitution.  

While we at WTP have been devoting our all in defence of our Founding Documents, there is now a very active movement in America seeking to quietly Replace the Constitution and Bill of Rights, avoiding any recognition or acknowledgement that it is the violations of the letter and spirit of our Founding Documents that are the root cause of what ails this Nation, in all its various effects.

By taking full advantage of our national disorder and loss of predictability, and the People’s fears, intellectual confusion and loss of confidence in all things touched by government (and the corporations and financial interests which control it), this violently strong and offensive movement is fermenting a FUNDAMENTAL FAILURE AMONGST THE PEOPLE IN THEIR TRUST, HONOR AND OBEDIENCE TO OUR CONSTITUTIONS, BOTH STATE AND FEDERAL.   

It is incumbent upon all Americans committed to defending our system of governance, our way of life, and Liberty itself, to personally learn what our Constitution says, what it means, what it protects, and how its original intent secured the grand architecture manifesting, for the first time in the history of Man, the natural relationship between Men and the servant governments they create to serve them. 

If Liberty is to survive, individuals must educate themselves regarding the profound powers of our Fundamental Rights and the devious means by which our Liberty – even the very concept of Liberty, is being systematically corrupted and undermined.  

Each of us must awaken our families, friends and neighbours in sufficient numbers to their duty, as responsible Americans, to ORGANIZE for the purpose of holding ALL elected officials accountable to ALL provisions of our state and federal constitutions, and to do so NOW.  








We most certainly do not need a “new” Constitution or “new” Bill of Rights. What we DO need is the personal commitment of every American to rouse the Nation, stand with their fellow countrymen and tell Soros, or anyone else who might be seeking to Replace The Constitution, “NO – hell no.”


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