OK, let's take stock.
The judicial and executive branches of the Former Republic of California have managed to arrive at an understanding of our constitution that renders the votes of 7,000,000 sovereign citizens null and void, just so long as the Governor and Secretary of State determine they don't wish to defend them, in the face of a show trial by a non-recusant judge with an undisclosed, direct, personal interest in the outcome of the case challenging that vote.
This is tyranny.
The Supreme Court of the United States has managed to arrive at an understanding of the law that renders those 7,000,000 voters disenfranchised, since they have no standing to defend their votes in the face of the above.
This is tyranny.
So where do we go from here?
In California, it is time to recognize that we can no longer rely upon, or expect, our basic constitutional rights to be respected by either the executive or judicial branches.
This has a silver lining.
We no longer need to, nor should we, pursue the disastrous strategy of assuming this is a fair fight, and that it will be settled according to the rule of law.
We must organize, very rapidly and very effectively, to take advantage of the benefits which accrue to being what we in fact now are in California.
We are a disenfranchised, disfavored minority, whose rights have been grotesquely trampled.
What benefits accrue to us now that we are a persecuted, discriminated-against class?
The most important one is that we can now use the quite significant political, economic, and financial resources at our disposal to make life very difficult for our persecutors.
The fact that this travesty involves the disenfranchisement of California voters, not only with respect to Prop 8, but with respect to every single voter-passed initiative which might not please our masters sufficiently, is the key issue by which we can organize a coalition to exact political retribution upon the perpetrators of this foul and lawless act of tyranny.
It is time to organize, first in order to provide for the security of our churches and parishes against the onslaught of targeted provocation and persecution certain to come, but also to build a coalition of citizens prepared to stand up and fight against the disenfranchisement of the People of California by these disgraceful tyrant-conspirators.
The broader picture depends upon leaders in other states learning from the odious and disgraceful perversion of justice which was carefully orchestrated and perpetrated by the enemies of the rule of law here in California.
This has already begun to manifest itself, as state constitutional amendments to preserve marriage are being rapidly organized in states (like Iowa) where- wonder of wonders- the elected officials are prepared to defend the votes of the people.
This was a difficult lesson to learn, but it has been learned.
Having learned it, the next phase of the fight is one much more palatable to those of us who understand what has just happened.
It is our turn, now, to make life very difficult indeed for the architects of this atrocity.
We need security for our parishes.
We need legal resources to defend parents against the homosexualist outrages certain to commence in California schools.
We need to understand that our opposition is now supremely overconfident, and will be unable to restrain its darker impulse to parade its new mastery of California before the eyes of the vanquished.
Every time they do, we need to give them a political bloody nose.
Let's get started.
This is a fight for our survival and our liberty.
Let's win it.