LoneStar 1776: The Meet and Greet Club for THE OXYMORONS

But unto the wicked God saith, what hast thou to do to declare my statues, or that thou shouldest take my covenant in thy mouth?  Seeing thou hatest instruction, and casteth my words behind thee.  When thou sawest a thief, then thou consentedst with him…Psalm 50:16-18a

I suppose I should begin this post with this: I DO NOT CONSENT to recorded prison phone calls that refer to me as THAT WOMAN or DEMENTED. It seems that those people who I have referred to as Sovereign Citizens hate being called Sovereign Citizens, pointing out that the phrase is a contradiction in terms. True, very true.  So out of respect, in this article I shall refer to Sovereign Citizens as The Oxymorons.

On July 16, 2018, LoneStar1776 published a video called Mike Parsons (unsentenced) Call From Nebraska Prison. At the 5.04 mark, Mike Parson says, “…We the People won and the Constitution declares that we are the sovereigns, yes, that means ultimate authority, that’s all that means.  The Creator is the Sovereign.  God is sovereign over that which he created and so are we.  Well guess what? You can’t create a government regulation over somebody else without their consent.  That’s why it’s called consent of the governed, and the concept that people are innocent till proven guilty is totally beyond the scope of these morons that we’re dealing with.”

In reading the above words of Mike Parsons, it must be remembered that court documents reflect that Parsons had declared that he is NOT a citizen of the United States of America, and our laws do not pertain to him.  But now he is making a statement in this recent prison phone call as if he is part of the We The People of this great nation.

Just prior to this statement, Mike Parsons had also declared that he is a Christian.  So how is it that he has overlooked this passage in I Timothy 1:5-9a which contradicts his entire philosophy?  It reads,  Now the end of the commandment is charity out of a pure heart, and of a good conscience, and of faith unfeigned:  From which some having swerved have turned aside unto vain jangling:  desiring to be teachers of the law:  understanding neither what they say, nor whereof they affirm.  But we know that the law is good, if a man use it lawfully;  Knowing this, that the law is not made for a righteous man, but for the lawless and disobedient…”.

God ordained government and ministers of the law to protect the righteous from criminal behaviors. While criminals are in theory part of We the People, such persons will never consent to any law which prohibits their lawless behavior.  Thus we get the Sovereign Citizen Rhetoric of The Oxymorons; those vain janglers, “desiring to be teachers of the law, but understand neither what they say nor whereof they affirm”.

LoneStar 1776 is the Meet and Greet Club of The Oxymorons, with Rudy and Erin Davis as the host and hostess.

So let’s look at one of Lonestar 1776’s Mukbang videos which explains the scope of their prison ministry.

Erin rings a glass dinner bell to announce the beginning of her eating a large amount of leftovers in front of her audience.

On July 6, 2018,  Lonestar 1776 published a video called MUKBANG Friday with Erin and Rudy.  According to Wikipedia, Mukbang is “an online audiovisual broadcast in which a host eats large amounts of foods while interacting with their audience”. This Korean fad has created several wealthy broadcasters including BJ the Diva and BJ Fitness Fairy, so I must assume that Erin and Rudy Davis have adopted their celebrations of Gluttony, (one of Dante’s seven deadly sins), for similar reasons.  In this particular video, Erin shows off their Fourth of July leftovers, which they intend to consume.  Let’s pick up the dialogue at the 7.21 mark:

Rudy Davis: … when Dennis Hicks calls, I need to like set an expectation right up front of what we’re about because he may not understand like what we’re about. [see article here explaining that Dennis Hicks is a convicted murderer in both Mississippi and Alabama].

Erin Davis:  He read your letter.

Rudy:  He hasn’t seen the latest one though.

Erin:  That’s a really good letter.  You should tell everybody about that letter.  Do you? already?

Rudy:  Well, it introduces new prisoners to our prison ministry because a lot of them think, they don’t know what to think, right, if we’re not associated with the legal aspect of things.  We’re not associated with fundraising.  We just simply give them a voice to tell their story and people will make up their own mind.  If at any point, I think the prisoner is lying to me or that I think he’s guilty…

Erin:  Bye-bye.

Rudy:  … then I’ll drop him like a hot potato.

Erin: You mean guilty of the charge?

Rudy:  Yeah, if he’s saying that he’s innocent, but (overtalk) I think that he’s claiming that he is innocent but I believe that he’s guilty, that beyond a reasonable doubt, I will drop him.  There’s no point in me, like you know cuz he’s lying to me, right?  Now if he’s guilty, for instance we got one guy named Gator, I think he goes by the name Richard, right, he’s Richard Franklin, but he goes by the name Gator.  He just said, “I’m guilty of everything you know, but I’ve learned about Jesus Christ and my life has changed” so he don’t claim he’s innocent right, so I can, I can deal with him.

Erin:  As long as they’re honest.

Rudy: Yeah, but if somebody’s telling me they’re innocent and I believe that they’re lying about it, you know, I can’t, but anyway,  um I don’t know about Dennis Hicks.  You know, I don’t know that much about his case. [After this Mukbang video, Lonestar 1776 has uploaded 9 videos on behalf of Hicks, whose most recent murder conviction involved a heinous killing of a mentally challenged young man whom he met at a church.]

Erin:  I don’t either.

Rudy:  I think though that what I can say for sure is nobody in the American judicial systems today gets a fair trial.  NOBODY.

Erin:  I agree.

Rudy:  It’s terrible everywhere so,  it’s very possible there are innocent people on Alabama death row, that would not surprise me.

Erin: So many people have such faith still in the judicial system to work its way out even if it takes a long, long time with appeals and stuff.

Rudy:  No, I don’t have faith in the judicial.  Once you get caught and entrapped in a cage, you have no option right but to learn their system and try to work in it because once you’re in a cage you gotta know what else are you gonna do?

Erin:  If you want to go pro se, you can’t even mount a defense from…

Rudy:  You know, they’ll beat you and pepper spray you and throw you in the hole which they did to Omar and so they mess your mind up before you go represent yourself pro se, but if you’re on the outside you don’t have any need to learn their stupid Satanic system, right, so I’m not gonna learn it cuz I’m not in jail, but if I was in jail,  I mean I just don’t plan on ever going to jail. (laughter) (10.04)

In this 16.41 video, Rudy Davis has presented the proposition that if he believes a convicted criminal is innocent, that prisoner IS innocent, despite what the record states regarding the forensic evidence, witness and victim statements, law enforcement records, judge determinations, jury findings and the convicted criminal’s own words. Rudy and Erin Davis hold to an extreme anti-government viewpoint; by which they support  their biased conclusions using the lies told by incarcerated liars. This is a primary cause why they are so displeased with the YouTube channel, Frater I*I which presents official evidence from the criminal court cases.

Here is a Government Motion in a Case which highlights the politicizing efforts of Lonestar 1776

Interestingly, about the same time that this video was made, Document 455 was filed on July 5, 2018 in the United States District Court District of Nevada in United States of America vs. Omar Qazi.  Omar Qazi is one of Lonestar 1776‘s so called American political  prisoners.  This 12 page document is entitled Government’s Motion in Limine to Preclude (1) Argument, Voir Dire, and/or Evidence about Unrelated Criminal Cases; and (2) Disparagement of the Judiciary or Criminal Justice System. Robert Baty provided a link to Document 455 to his Facebook group, Kent Hovind’s Worst Nightmare, or you may read it here: Rudy Davis Omar Qazi Motion 07052018

In considering the case of Omar Qazi, one must keep one fact foremost in mind.  Qazi has a one-count indictment against him; that of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm in violation of 18 U.S.C. section 922(g).  This is not a complicated case as his DNA was found on the firearm in question, and he has been recorded as confessing his guilt.

However, after becoming incarcerated in Nevada in 2012 for Battery Causing Substantial Harm, Omar Qazi displayed a growing interest with the concept of the “American political prisoner” as promoted by pro Cliven Bundy supporters, and the prison ministry of Rudy and Erin Davis.   Omar Qazi may possibly discover at some future time that attempting to become a cause celebre, will in the end be detrimental to his case.

The word limine, meaning threshhold, is a Motion done at the beginning of a trial to ask the Judge to rule that certain “evidence” not be introduced in the trial.  Because Qazi portrays “himself as some sort of political prisoner or martyr of the criminal justice system and the judiciary” he desires to politicize his trial. The Limine Motion transcribes an audio of a conversation between Rudy Davis and Omar Qazi which had been published on the Lonestar 1776 YouTube channel.  The Plaintiff is concerned that Qazi will complicate what is a simple indictment by possibly  attempting to enter irrelevant and unfairly prejudicial evidence that would suggest a decision on an improper basis. To understand the Government’s complete argument, please read Document 455 in full, which is linked above.

Document 455 quotes Rudy Davis on page 6, “…I don’t want to advocate any violence, I’m not, but I’m just saying we need to be out in the street protesting to the point where they can’t ignore us anymore.”  On Page 7, Rudy (Lonestar 1776) is quoted as saying, “Yeah, these judicial folks are just evil to the core, the prosecutors and the judges, it’s like a conviction factory.  It’s not even like a fair trial before a jury of your peers at all, the fact that they’ve held you for 41 months is just insanity.  I, I mean hell, hellfire and damnation are the reward for these evil bastards who are doing this, Omar, I mean, you know, I don’t know what we can do at this point except pray to God, I don’t-other than just expose them and pray to God that’s what I’m doing.”

The Error of Thinking that God has Consented to the illegality of the Oxymorons

Psalm 50, which was quoted in part at the beginning of this article, discusses those  who use God’s name, yet cast his words aside, and end up consenting with thieves.  Parsons emphasizes over and over his concept of CONSENT versus NON-CONSENT with regard to laws and regulations in the realm of temporal government, as well as those laws which emanate from the heavenly throne.  And Lonestar 1776 keeps right on approving unfounded stories and illogical arguments which contradict a multitude of evidence.

However, Psalm 50: 21 drives home this point:  These things hast thou done, and I kept silence; thou thoughtest that I was altogether such an one as thyself:  but I will reprove thee, and set them in order before thine eyes. This is a declaration that a correction will occur that will not be hidden, but in plain sight of all. Perhaps Lonestar 1776 should not be fretting so much over the minor exposures which this blog or Frater I*I have provided for the public good, as there are deeper and wider issues of the Oxymoron movement which shall be revealed by a higher authority.

 

 

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One thought on “LoneStar 1776: The Meet and Greet Club for THE OXYMORONS

  1. Another excellent article as per usual Ms. Weaver.

    Davis hates my channel because there he can not present the false narrative of Parsons, and I play Parsons’ own words, unedited, and allow my viewers to make up their own minds. So far they have been unanimous, Parsons is completely detached from reality and lives in a fantasy world, what ever the color of the sky in that world is, it’s certainly not blue. I have invited Davis to try and defend his false narrative at my channel, telling him that unlike he, I do not edit or censor comments, nor block commenters, but he hasn’t come around, because he knows full well that my subs and myself would tear him apart like a school of piranha.

    One thing did disturb me about him though, which was a recent commentary he did at the end of one of his latest Parsons jailhouse calls, in which he states that Parsons was acting in self defense against Laxton and King, and that “he showed remarkable restraint in confronting them”, the last bit was paraphrased a bit. You can hear that encounter at the link below, this audio was played at Parsons first felony trial, I offered for Davis to mirror it at his channel to show Parsons “restraint”, so far he has not done so.

    That is far from restraint, in fact the vast majority of society would call it the exact opposite, but in Davis’ warped world view this is restraint. In his view Parsons not showing “remarkable restraint” would have been him going over to them and putting two rounds in their chests and one in their computer. This was not self defense, nowhere during that confrontation does Parsons mention that he was shot at, there is no fear in his voice of his life having been in danger, just rage at the killing of his wolf. His description of the sound the rounds made as they flew past his head, the sound he described at trial is exactly what you hear in TV and movies, but is not what they sound like in reality, he has yet to explain this. If he had one military or law enforcement vet on his jury, who could explain what real rounds sound like when you’re being shot at, that person sunk his self defense claim faster that the Titanic going down.

    In the infantry we are taught that when being fired upon to first seek cover and get there, then to find the best way to engage the enemy, this would not be walking across 200+ yards of open terrain to engage the enemy. Also you have to be aware of what your enemy is armed with in comparison to yourselves, if you’re armed with an assault rife, you don’t charge an enemy who has a heavy machine gun, Parsons was armed with a pistol, Laxton [who he says was trying to murder him] was armed with a rifle. The correct tactic would to be fall back and out flank your enemy, or come from their rear ideally, but again Parsons wasn’t thinking, he wasn’t defending himself, he just wanted revenge.

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