Subject: Comment on File Number 4-637

April 29, 2012

Dear members of the Securities and Exchange Commission:

Since when is Bribery considered free speech?

I'm stunned that any consideration in this matter is even tolerated.

In the past 30 years it has become evident that our system of justice is merely a front for a closet auction, where 'justice' goes to the highest bidder.

I believe that unless this abomination is immediately rectified and an honorable, honest, impartial judiciary is installed, the only option We The People have is violent revolution, targeting for execution those who have demonstrated a clear pattern of direct violation of the US Constitution (Bush v. Gore, Citizens United, etc...

My hope is that those who are not corrupt in government will do the job they were sworn to do and that the corrupt will be forced out in a peaceful, orderly manner, but history shows us that my hope is probably a delusion since Treason is so common and unpunished.


Greg Chambers