Mexican President Vicente Fox, Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff & Order of Aztec Eagle
This website is dedicated to the truth that Globalism is Treason, and National Interest is Patriotism. These are not new ideas. They are as old as the Constitution of the United States. In fact, Treason is an impeachable offense under the US Constitution:
"No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State. (Source)
Even the Utah Constitution forbids acts of Treason:
"Article I, Section 19. [Treason defined -- Proof.]
Treason against the State shall consist only in levying war against it, or in adhering to its enemies or in giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act."
Loyalty to the United Nations Charter, the Foreign owned Federal Reserve Bank, International Corporations, International Socialism, even a Religion acting against the best interests of the Nation can all be considered acts of treason. Its all about where your loyalty lies, and if, in fact, there exists behavior that is both detrimental and injurious to the country in which you reside.
Sadly, treason is the order of the day. Consider the words of former Mexican President Vicente Fox:
“This is a vision of the future, ... Every vision of nationalism, of a closed economy, of protectionism goes against the successful path of globalization and of progressive economies.”
And the award Vicente Fox gave to Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, who took an oath to defend the laws of the United States and the State of Utah:
"Shurtleff is about to join the ranks of leaders like Chavez when he receives Mexico's Order of the Aztec Eagle Award, that nation's highest honor for foreigners who serve Mexico or humanity....
"That was a very tangible demonstration of how much appreciation the Mexican people in Utah have for him, and how much he appreciates the rights of the Mexican (illegal) immigrants," Jimenez said. (Source)
Note that the Utah Attorney General received Mexico's highest award for the way he treated Mexican Nationals in Utah, not American citizens that came from Mexico. This is an important distinction. Mark Shurtleff was given an award from Mexico for failing to prosecute Mexican citizens that reside in the state illegally. In other words, he purposely abandoned his oath of office while seeking favor from a foreign government.
Treason seems to be in vogue in a State dominated by a religion that prophesies to save the Constitution when it is hanging by a thread. With an estimated 400,000 illegal immigrants competing against Utahn's for jobs, filling Utah jails, orgainizing Utah gangs or avoiding the INS, Utah might as well change its name to "No Law".
Sadly, the Mormon Church, has all but abandoned its "Articles of Faith" by publicly endorsing a "no prosecution of illegal aliens plan" called the Utah Compact. The Illegal and Unconstitutional Compact has resulted in new Utah laws that will guarantee many Mexican Awards in the days to come. All of this is contrary to the Church's Articles of Faith, which state:
"12. We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law.
13. We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent, virtuous, and in doing good to all men... (Source)
The current law of the land states that you have to go through the "Green Card" process and INS to remain in the United States for any extended period of time. Violation of that law is considered a felony. Doing good to all men would involve sending them back to Mexico and helping them through the process of gaining access to this country in a legal manner.
That would also show a willingness to "obey, honor and sustain the laws of the land".
By the way, Condemning Satanic Psychopathic Globalists that seek to undermine the "laws of the land" falls under that Patriot thing. Here are a few other quotes to ponder:
"Well, we were told by the Prophet Joseph Smith, that the United States Government and people would come to this: that they would undermine one principle of the Constitution after another, until its whole fabric would be torn away, and that it would become the duty of the Latter-day Saints and those in sympathy with them to rescue it from destruction, and to maintain and sustain the principles of human freedom for which our fathers fought and bled. We look for these things to come in quick succession." (Erastus Snow, Source: Journal of Discourses, 26:213)
"God provided that in this land of liberty, our political allegiance shall run not to individuals, that is, to government officials, no matter how great or how small they may be. Under His plan our allegiance and the only allegiance we owe as citizens or denizens of the United States, runs to our inspired Constitution which God himself set up. So runs the oath of office of those who participate in government. A certain loyalty we do owe to the office which a man holds, but even here we owe just by reason of our citizenship, no loyalty to the man himself. In other countries it is to the individual that allegiance runs. This principle of allegiance to the Constitution is basic to our freedom. It is one of the great principles that distinguishes this `land of liberty' from other countries." (J. Reuben Clark)
"Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the President or any other public official save exactly to the degree in which he himself stands by the country...
Every man who parrots the cry of ’stand by the President’ without adding the proviso ’so far as he serves the Republic’ takes an attitude as essentially unmanly as that of any Stuart royalist who championed the doctrine that the King could do no wrong. No self-respecting and intelligent free man could take such an attitude." (Teddy Roosevelt)
Patriotism, to the patriot hero, does not consist in aiding the government of his country in every base or stupid act it may perform, but rather in paralyzing its power when it violates vested rights, affronts instituted justice, and assumes undelegated authority. ( Edwin P. Whipple).
"This is still God's world. The forces of evil, working through some mortals, have made a mess of a good part of it. But it is still God's world. In due time, when each of us has had a chance to prove ourselves--including whether or not we are going to stand up for freedom--God will interject himself, and the final and eternal victory shall be for free agency. And then shall those complacent people on the sidelines, and those who took the wrong but temporarily popular course, lament their decisions. To the patriots I say this: Take that long eternal look. Stand up for freedom, no matter what the cost. Stand up and be counted. It can help to save your soul--and maybe your country." (Ezra Taft Benson)
"At a time when most of our public discourse concerns rights, it may seem strange to speak of responsibilities. But a democratic republic needs patriotic citizens who are fulfilling their responsibilities as well as claiming their rights. No society is so secure that it can withstand continued demands for increases in citizen rights without producing corresponding increases in the fulfillment of citizen responsibilities. Responsibilities like honesty, respect for personal and property rights, self-reliance, and willingness to sacrifice for the common good are basic to the governance and preservation of our nation." (Dallin H Oaks)
"There is a duty which we, in common with all men, owe to governments, laws, and the regulations in the civil concerns of life; these guarantee to all parties and denominations of religion, equal and indefeasible rights, all alike interested; and they make our responsibilities one towards another in matters relating to temporal affairs, and the things of this life; the former principles do not destroy the latter, but bind us stronger, and make our responsibility, not only one towards another, but unto God also: hence we say, that the constitution of the United States is a glorious standard, it is founded in wisdom, it is a heavenly banner." (Joseph Smith)
"The major obstacle to a sensible foreign policy is the fiction about what patriotism means. Today patriotism has come to mean blind support for the government and its policies. In earlier times patriotism meant having the willingness and courage to challenge government policies regardless of popular perceptions." (Ron Paul)