CARY KITTRELL of Arizona edu recognizes amazing discoveries by the historian Dr. Rex Curry.
regarding the Pledge of Allegiance, Francis Bellamy, Edward Bellamy, and Looking Backward

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   Cary Kittrell of Arizona edu re National Socialism & National Socialists in the USA

Oppose the National Socialist German Workers' Party and its socialist legacies that exist in today's government.   
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Cary Kittrell has conceded that Dr. Rex Curry's historical discoveries are correct.

Kittrell became familiar with Dr. Curry's famous revelation that the USA's early pledge of allegiance to the flag (1892) used a straight-arm salute and it was the source of the salute of the monstrous National Socialist German Workers' Party. Dr. Curry (author of "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets") helped to establish that it was not an ancient Roman salute, and that the "ancient Roman salute" is a modern myth that grew during and after the lives of Edward Bellamy (1850-1898) and Francis Bellamy (1855-1931).

Kittrell has also helped to call attention to Dr. Curry's discovery that the German flag and its swastika was used sometimes to represent overlapping "S" letters in alphabetic symbolism for "socialism" under the National Socialist German Workers' Party.

Cary Kittrell does not even attempt to dispute Dr. Curry's work. Kittrell has conceded Dr. Curry's work so many times that Kittrell has been reduced to nothing more than sputtering off-topic childish insults. He has given up on making the slightest factual assertion regarding Dr. Curry's work.

Kittrell recently commented in regard to Dr. Curry's famous amicus curiae brief to the United States Supreme Court. According to Kittrell, Dr. Curry's noted brief is "matched in sweep only by his motion, regarding the same case, suggesting that ', some or all Justices recuse himself/herself/themselves from any consideration" of the case."

Kittrell was referencing Dr. Curry's fame as the first lawyer to educate the United States Supreme Court about the Pledge as the source of the NSGWP gesture.

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Dr. Curry is also well-known as the first lawyer to make a motion to recuse all of the United States Supreme Court justices in a case.

Kittrellwood followed his first comment about Dr. Curry with an idiotic comment expanding Kittrell's self-humiliation: "If all the Supes recused themselves from the case, would the outcome be determined by a softball game between the interns and the clerks?"

Aside from Kittrellwood's oddball fantasies about interns and clerks, the comment shows Kittrell is apparently not a lawyer and probably should not pursue that profession.

Almost immediately after his remark, Kittrellwood was schooled about the United States Code (28 USC section 2109 and see below) that specifically deals with cases in which enough of the justices recused themselves that they couldn't field a quorum (six out of nine) and they had to resort to using a panel of appeals court judges. Kittrell was also schooled about an actual case in which it had occurred in the early 1940s: U.S. v. Aluminum Co. of America (Alcoa), 148 F.2d 416 (2nd Cir. 1945).

After Kittrell's self-humiliation, Kittrell could only reply sheepishly "Very interesting, thank you."

Kittrell also gave no hint of any knowledge that a supreme court justice DID recuse himself in a Pledge of Allegiance case on a ground similar to one mentioned in Dr. Curry's motion. In the previous recusal, Justice Scalia recused himself for remarks that Justice Scalia had made about the phrase "under God."  The argument for recusal in Dr. Curry's motion is even more compelling for any justice who chanted the pledge for twelve years in government schools.  "Under God" is only two words and Scalia's remarks justifying recusal were few.  Justices who recited the pledge in school and elsewhere not only repeated the two words, they repeated the entire pledge, and it is a "pledge of allegiance" to the party on the indictment, and deifying that party (the government).

Kittrellwood shows that he does not even understand the point of the recusal motion. He shows that he does not understand how the motion met with many successes. Kittrell is too ignorant to realize that the motion was not intended to result in every justice recusing himself, and the motion does not state that. The motion was the first of its kind, it educated the Court about the Pledge's putrid past, and it gained a lot of attention, and helped to educate the general population. It is still educating people, as Kittrell demonstrated in his embarrassing fashion.

Cary Kittrell deserves partial credit for not actually disputing any of Dr. Curry's work. Not only is Kittrell incapable of saying anything in dispute of Dr. Curry's work, but Kittrell also has no web site to which he refers, and he has nothing to sell that anyone would pay for, and his only supporter (Kitrell's sock puppet?) does not even know the word "vexillological" and "she" spells it incorrectly all the time.

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28 USC §2109. Quorum of Supreme Court justices absent

If a case brought to the Supreme Court by direct appeal from a district court cannot be heard and determined because of the absence of a quorum of qualified justices, the Chief Justice of the United States may order it remitted to the court of appeals for the circuit including the district in which the case arose, to be heard and determined by that court either sitting in banc or specially constituted and composed of the three circuit judges senior in commission who are able to sit, as such order may direct.

The decision of such court shall be final and conclusive. In the event of the disqualification or disability of one or more of such circuit judges, such court shall be filled as provided in chapter 15 of this title. In any other case brought to the Supreme Court for review, which cannot be heard and determined because of the absence of a quorum of qualified justices, if a majority of the qualified justices shall be of opinion that the case cannot be heard and determined at the next ensuing term, the court
shall enter its order affirming the judgment of the court from which the case was brought for review with the same effect as upon affirmance by an equally divided court.

And it has happened that enough of the justices recused themselves that they couldn't field a quorum (six out of nine) and they had to resort to using a panel of appeals court judges. It was an anti-trust case against Alcoa in the early 1940s, eventually decided as U.S. v. Aluminum Co. of America, 148 F.2d 416 (2nd Cir. 1945).

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