An Open Letter To The Officers Of The United States Military Forces
In the course of recent history there have occurred numerous events which give rise to our urgent concern as to where your immediate loyalty lies. Is it with the People of the several United States of America, or is it to the would-be Commander in Chief, the president elect and to the Supreme Court of the United States?
Because of numerous apparently erroneous decisions made by the Supreme Court in the near past, decisions that were more political than constitutional, there is a well-seated concern regarding their decision on a very serious allegation before them today. The concern is that the president-elect in the person of Barak Hussein Obama is not qualified to fill the office of President of the United States and that of Commander-In-Chief of the military forces of this great nation because of constitutional restrictions for the candidate to that high office. It is a question of his status as a natural born citizen of these United States.
If the Supreme Court makes the correct decision according to the Constitution of the United States and finds that Mr. Obama is not qualified to that office there will have to be another selection to fill the office and give to you and your fellow officers a proper, Constitutional Commander-in-Chief.
If, however, as anticipated, the Supreme Court errs to political pressure and allows the faulted election of Barak Hussein Obama to stand, then you will have to make the personal, serious decision to act under your oath-of-office as a commissioned officer of the United States of America. You cannot lawfully serve under an unconstitutional president. Any orders issued as Commander-in-Chief will be unlawful orders.
History is replete with examples of the people's worst enemy being their own government taken over by power hungry despots. I have no reason to believe that human nature has changed, that given the opportunity, evil men will impose their will upon the populace.
The form of government established by this Nation's founders is one of Law based upon absolute Principles, not upon the whims of individuals nor even of the majority of the people. They wrote a Constitution expressly limiting the authority of the federal government and denying to elected leadership unilateral and unquestioned authority.
You are reminded that your oath upon commissioning as an officer of this nation is to support and defend that Constitution against all enemies, foreign or domestic and through it, the people of these several States. It is not to obey a Commander in Chief, whether qualified or not. Even less is it to obey the faulted decision of a faulted court.
You are further reminded that it is well established in international law that following the orders of a superior authority is in no defense in your personal responsibility for unlawful acts by you as commissioned military leaders.
It is with these points in mind that I demand that you make a personal decision and public commitment that, if and when you are ordered to accept a blatantly unconstitutional decision that grossly damages our constitutional underpinnings, action against the people of these several States or the Constitution established by them, you stand with the people and their Constitution to protect them from intrusion upon rights, their persons and their property and to defend them against all actions, either violent or non-violent, perpetrated by those enemies, domestic or foreign, whose object is the destruction of the Constitution.
I call upon you to renounce any action in violation of the people or their Constitution, and to bring to bear all the forces under your command to the protection and defense of these high purposes. In the Name of the Almighty God, I fully expect you to fulfill to the maximum your obligations set forth in your oath of office - I will accept nothing less.
Bob Worn, Major - USAF (Retired)
1811 Shamburger Road
Gilmer, Texas 75645-2810
Our prayer For Today…
Our Dear and Most Gracious Heavenly Father, please be with us in our hour of need. Guide us in seeing the correct way to go, the wisdom to see our correct path according to our oath of office as sworn to you. Please give us the courage to do that which must be done and the leadership, in Your Name, to have others follow us in our task. All this we pray in Thy Holy Name and In The Name of Your Son Jesus. Amen
As a post script…
A Necessary Review Of Our Oath Of Office…
As you will remember, we all took an oath that ended "… So Help Me God."
Let's rely on Him now when we need His strength.
As you know, we did NOT take an oath to fly airplanes, fight wars, kill innocent humans, obey orders of an unqualified, unconstitutional president or those of congress that collectively turns their backs on their sworn oath.
We took one oath and one oath only - to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America against ALL enemies, foreign or domestic. And then we asked God for His help in fulfilling that oath of office.
Have you ever wondered why, in our oath of office, the authors placed the word domestic when referring to future, real enemies of the constitution? I truly believe that we could be seeing the reason today.
MY OATH OF OFFICE AS SWORN BY ME ON 13 DECEMBER 1957
“I, Robert William Worn, A03081165, having been appointed a Second
Lieutenant, United States Air Force, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that
I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to same; that I take this obligation freely, without mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which I am about to enter. So Help Me God.”
The following added by Storm'n Norm'n
"A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies in the heart of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murder is less to fear. The traitor is the plague…”
- Marcus Tullius Cicero, speech to the Roman Senate.