New Yorker seeks to enjoin 2010 Decennial Census

By Linda Bentley | July 22, 2009

WASHINGTON – Last week, Brooklyn, N.Y. resident Christopher Earl Strunk filed a complaint in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia requesting a three-judge panel hear his complaint seeking a temporary restraining order with injunctive relief against defendants’ conduct of the 2010 Decennial Census.

Named defendants include the U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census; Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez; New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg; New York Province of the Society of Jesus; Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano; House of Representatives; Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi; Barry Soetoro (AKA Barack Hussein Obama); the states of California, Texas, Maryland and Hawaii.

Struck believes the federal defendants, including Barry Soetoro, a.k.a Barack Hussein Obama, whom he also refers to as “the Usurper,” are acting in concert with state defendants as a matter of fraud connected to the “use of tourists as if citizens for unjust enrichment.”
By counting “tourists” as if they were permanent residents, Strunk accuses the Census Bureau of disproportionately diminishing and diluting his voting strength, speech and associated representation in elections and in Congress.

He says Bloomberg, both individually and officially, “promotes the New York City sanctuary policy for tourists whether duly documented or not under U.S. law.”

Strunk claims Bloomberg promotes not only the sanctuary policy, but “unlimited tourism along with citizenship equity with those state citizens entitled to rights different than for tourists, resident aliens, minors and civilly dead.”

New York City has more tourists from across the Atlantic Ocean than other states, according to Strunk, “but less proportionately per capita of state resident citizens and permanent resident aliens than say Florida, California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas,” due to their close proximity to Mexico and tourists’ ease of travel to those states.

Noting some states entice tourists to stay and reside while others don’t, he said New York City “absolutely provides illegal enticement different than the rest of the state subdivisions,” citing the federal government, for more than 30 years, arbitrarily has not enforced the INA as expressly written, for whatever reason.

In an April press release, Bloomberg announced he intended to count all persons in New York City for the 2010 Census.

Strunk claims the 2000 Decennial Census also included “tourists” residing in New York City, without differentiation as to INA law, and, as a result, the number of congressional representatives to which the people of the state of New York were entitled went from 31 to 29.

Under Bloomberg’s control and direction of the Census Bureau, he said the city aims to repeat the same enumeration as in 2000, by counting all persons, including documented and undocumented tourists residing in the city. And, in doing so, it would further reduce the number of representatives to which the people of the state of New York are entitled from 29 to 28, a number Strunk claims once stood at 45 in 1930 when New York had 12.5 million residents.

Although Strunk goes off on tangents and has somewhat of a history of dismissed complaints for lack of clarity, he apparently has a legitimate complaint in a 2006 case that is still pending in federal court regarding the Help America Vote Act.

Accusing Pelosi of conspiring with La Raza Unida, the Aztlan reconquistas and ACORN, Strunk claims the Executive Branch conspiracy through ultra vires acts (beyond their powers or outside of their authority) to disproportionately shift control of Congress to an unconstitutional enterprise by unconstitutionally naturalizing tourists, contrary to an act of Congress with the plenary power under Article I, section 8, as it applies to the INA, is reverse discrimination of a citizen’s right to suffrage and express forms of liberty different than non-citizens.

Strunk declares Soetoro’s acts at the hub of a conspiratorial enterprise to naturalize all undocumented tourists through the use of the 2010 Census “wanton and relentless,” and views his appointment of former Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, who “has systematically sabotaged and opposed enforcement of border control and breached her fiduciary duties,” to Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security as a means to chill speech, defame plaintiff and others similarly situated, while “alleging spurious threats of extremism and domestic terrorism” in outrageous defamation against all those citizens wishing enforcement of the INA or those who question the credentials of the Usurper.

Strunk says Hawaii began registering foreign children by the thousands in 1961 to tap into hundreds of millions in federal funding for the state.

He wrote, “Federal poverty programs flowed funds into the pockets of the Hawaiian retailers as the golden goose pipeline. If one makes citizens out of tourists (e.g. illegals), then Hawaii converts a debt into their asset in obtaining more funds in the system which empowers liberal – monocentrist/ egalitarian fascists ...”

Strunk also asserts the Usurper’s mother and maternal grandparents were adept at scamming the American system and tapped into government resources of “free money” to educate foreigners.

Pointing out the system was designed to “Americanize third worlders with globalist nonsense and then bury them back into Indonesia, Russia and Kenya to ruin those people’s lives, not ours,” Strunk said, “The problem now is Occidental never figured their scammer would produce a person in the White House.”

He said, “The globalists know full well how precarious of a position Obama is in. They know if this comes out the country will be in chaos and they know if Obama stays in office the continued economic attack on America will simply provide their conduit in establishing their global order. These financiers win no matter what as they have set this out to play this way.”

In conclusion, Strunk accuses defendants of interfering with sovereign state citizens’ right to a Republican form of government, peaceful use of our sovereign nation, and of aiding and abetting the injury of vote infringement against citizens of the United States.