Arkansas Citizen Participation in Government Act.16-63-502

Dec 30, 2005

Creole Civil Rights Violations Update

Louisiana Purchase

By a treaty signed on Apr. 30, 1803, the United States purchased from France the Louisiana Territory, more than 2 million sq km (800,000 sq mi) of land extending from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains. The price was 60 million francs, about $15 million; $11,250,000 was to be paid directly, with the balance to be covered by the assumption by the United States of French debts to American citizens.

In 1762, France had ceded Louisiana to Spain, but by the secret Treaty of San Ildefonso (1800) the French had regained the area. Napoleon Bonaparte (the future Emperor Napoleon I) envisioned a great French empire in the New World, and he hoped to use the Mississippi Valley as a food and trade center to supply the island of Hispaniola, which was to be the heart of this empire. First, however, he had to restore French control of Hispaniola, where Haitian slaves under TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE had seized power (1801; see HAITI). In 1802 a large army sent by Napoleon under his brother-in-law, Charles Leclerc, arrived on the island to suppress the Haitian rebellion.
Despite some military success, the French lost thousands of soldiers, mainly to yellow fever, and Napoleon soon realized that Hispaniola must be abandoned. Without that island he had little use for Louisiana.
Facing renewed war with Great Britain, he could not spare troops to defend the territory; he needed funds, moreover, to support his military ventures in Europe. Accordingly, in April 1803 he offered to sell Louisiana to the United States.
Creole people and Creole Culture has been around since the founding of the new world colonies and then some. In fact we are the oldest minority group here in America.
However, very little if any is known about these Forgotten People. Now, there is an enlightened interest throughout the Americas to find out who these people are and what they have done.
The Arkansas Dept. Of Education has issued a Finding Report categorically concluding that Pulaski County Special School District is in direct violation of Racial Discrimination, Anti-Bullying & Anti-Gang Statutes.

To read the full ADE Finding Report, please click here.
To read what this Direct Social Justice Action is all about, please click here.
The ADE requires that PCSSD respond to the report and it's regulatory requirements no later than January 13, 2006 in consideration of ANOTHER interim superintendent James Sharpe, who is directly implicated within the criminal cover-up of crimes against Creoles since May of 2003. He served as the corrupt hearing officer in the first complaint filed with the district regarding serious Creole Civil Rights violations. He saw fit to participate in the cover-up in a documented form. Federal criminal complaints shall follow if this matter is not completely rectified to Creole satisfaction and addressed by the January 13th ADE deadline.
As I was personally there when Mr. Sharpe illegally covered up crimes against Creoles (inspite of overwhelming evidence), I shall take a special care to disclose all of the intimate details to the federal authorities accordingly.
I am quite sure that many of you thought that this was simply a Creole losing battle. You know better now. The writing is upon the wall. We Creoles are still standing, even as our corrupt Jim Crow municipal enemies are falling out of grace and respect faster than I can count them.
You now have a choice, to continue being professionally compromised and exposed as to becoming the obvious racist tool of the Arkansas Jim Crow Machine OR simply REPORT major news AS IT HAPPENS (even to Creoles).
YOU, THE LOCAL MEDIA, are significant to the Jim Crow problem within Arkansas and your selective and partial coverage of MAJOR news stories affecting your so-called public is especially exposed to the world.
You, the local media, with your selective coverge of major events, has encouraged Arkansas municipal criminals to pervade our state and county regulatory systems without genuine challenge or fear of exposure. All for the love of your compromised paychecks or worse.
You, the local media, have encouraged criminals to personally Jim Crow attack the "Invisible Creoles" without one question or any intuitive professional actions.
You, the local media, are now quickly understanding the full brunt of your public relevancy, which shall be vigorously addressed from this day forth, by many beyond just myself.
You, the local media, are just as accountable as the corrupt Jim Crow criminals that you blatently support by your obvious complatency coupled with fraudulent claims of professionally "delivering the news to the people". The people that you "claim" to serve.
Well, you don't serve Creoles this is for sure. Is it not NEWS WORTHY that the SECOND largest school district in Arkansas is in DIRECT VIOLATION of very serious State and Federal laws (AGAIN)? Or have the local media decided to play local politics rather than local NEWS?
I am a proud decendent of the 1803 Louisiana Purchase Creoles this IS MY HOMELAND, most of you are the immigrants here, not myself (history anyone?).
I am not invisible (even though our enemies wish that we are). We are here. We are relevant. We will not tolerate your Jim Crow behaviour and we will utterly expose and focus upon all those that Jim Crow attack us or participate in it's evil design against free Creole Citizens.
WE have exposed and are destroying the criminal Jim Crow evil strangling PCSSD, WITHOUT your official involvement, this victory belongs to the poor & Creoles.
We are independent, proud and unafraid of Jim Crow pressure, can you say that? I don't think you can, in fact, I have come to know you all quite well over the past year.
I know full well which divisions of this municipal monolith of a Jim Crow county is affected with this racist disease and to what filthy degree. This includes the following branches that have yet to feel the full energy of Creole justice focused respectively in their specific Jim Crow enabling direction:
Arkansas State Prosecuters Office under Mr. Jegely & John Johnson (made well aware of criminal Jim Crow complaints & malicious prosecution, to no avail)
Pulaski County Clerks Office under Mr O'Brien (Who loves to remain a RICO passive, but KNOWING victim to Jim Crow Crimes)
Pulaski County Courts, select corrupt Judges, KNOWINGLY aiding and abetting criminal Jim Crow acts against Creoles.
Pulaski County Attorney's, oh you know who you are. I shall force your disbarment (very soon), that is a promise, you defaming Jim Crow servants/relics of the past.
Madison Heights managing Granite Mountain, involved in covering-up criminal gang activity against law-abiding Creoles, violation of tenent's rights and Federal Housing fraud.
I hope I have made my Creole-self plain and clear. ANYONE that has participated in these now officially confirmed proven criminal Jim Crow actions against Creoles in Pulaski County, can FULLY expect for this heinous matter to meet up with them upon their municipally corrupt "doorstep", by way of State and/or Federal Criminal investigations.
This also includes all of those complicit "entities" that have directly and indirectly attacked the sanctity and safe operation of my family business, Willy Dog USA, you have violated federal law prohibiting the obstruction of interstate commerce.
Federal Criminal complaints shortly to follow.
The crooks among you have depended and counted upon your predictable continued silence. They had hoped that there was safety among your complacent numbers. They were bitterly wrong, and have made a crucial tactical error by assuming that you, the local media are the ONLY source for current news.
If you continue to support your Jim Crow corrupt colleagues, fully expect to be irretrievably tainted by their corruption when the book is released, yes, the book that exposes this disgusting dinosaur of Jim Crow nonsense , within Pulaski County, to the world.
As the author of this exclusive expose', I can assure you that not ONE NAME shall be changed as there are no innocents among you to "protect". I have been utterly disgusted and Arkansas ashamed by all that I have witnessed this past year. I have thoroughly documented each of your particular and respective shames and sins. That is, your now internationally exposed shame. I must admit that the only entity to impress me with impartiality has been the Arkansas Department of Education. We Creoles are in debt to their honesty.
Oh, there is much more to come...
Ean Bordeaux, pro per
Creole Interests Reporter
Citizen Complainant

PRO PER - IN PROPRIA PERSONA - Latin - In ones own proper person. To appear as yourself as a natural man or woman (a non fiction) in court without the assistance or the liability of an attorney.

PRO SE - Latin - For himself - on one's own behalf. To appear for yourself as a legal fiction. A person who "represents" himself but is not in court as himself. An imaginary person in court without the assistance or the liability of an attorney.

A. A judge shall respect and comply with the law and shall act at all times in a manner that promotes public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary.
Public confidence in the judiciary is eroded by irresponsible or improper conduct by judges. A judge must avoid all impropriety and appearance of impropriety. A judge must expect to be the subject of constant public scrutiny. A judge must therefore accept restrictions on the judge's conduct that might be viewed as burdensome by the ordinary citizen and should do so freely and willingly.
The prohibition against behaving with impropriety or the appearance of impropriety applies to both the professional and personal conduct of a judge. Because it is not practicable to list all prohibited acts, the proscription is necessarily cast in general terms that extend to conduct by judges that is harmful although not specifically mentioned in the Code. Actual improprieties under this standard include violations of law, court rules or other specific provisions of this Code. The test for appearance of impropriety is whether the conduct would create in reasonable minds a perception that the judge's ability to carry out judicial responsibilities with integrity, impartiality and competence is impaired.
Oh, you can bet your job and reputation on it!

-Ean Bordeaux, pro per