This Sacred Land was Deeded In 1888 by Senator John P. Jones and Arcadia de Baker to Homeless US Military Veterans in need of a Place of Serenity to Heal the wounds received from the wars in defense of the Union of the United States of America and the citizens therof, according to the US Constitution.

TheOld Veterans Guard


The Old Veterans Guard of the Veterans Revolution believes that our Military Oath to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, is an open-end pledge and that the domestic enemy can be as dangerous, if not more dangerous, than the foreign enemy, and we must therefore guard against unwarranted influence, whether solicited or unsolicited, by the special-interest complex


The Old Veterans Guard is a loyal alliance that does not surrender to political pressure and non-Veteran special interest groups, nor do we succumb to manipulative propositions that would be counterproductive to our noble cause. 


Our Duty is to proudly “Wave our Rights” to the Deed of 1888 instead of shamefully waiving those Rights as done by disloyal Veteran organizations in consortium with deceitful VA bureaucrats, dishonest politicians and greedy special interest groups.


We answer to the best interests of an anonymous Board of Directors and there are more than 20,000 of them, all disabled, destitute and disadvantaged Veterans who live homeless and hungry in back-alley squalor or on Skid Row. 


That's who we serve while pursuing their best interests in accordance with the Congressional Act of 1887, the legal Deed of 1888, the Veterans Declaration of Enforcement, and the National Veterans Home Treaty.


Everything we do is voluntary and self-maintained toward advancing our humanitarian-principled Mission of saving the Los Angeles National Veterans Home for our fellow Veterans who are disabled, disadvantaged and homeless.


In sum, we answer to the Truth and say what we mean, and mean what we say.


For more than six years and 313 consecutive Sundays, a small group of dedicated members of the Old Veterans Guard have gathered outside the chained and padlocked front gates to the largest VA in the nation at one of the busiest intersections in Los Angeles.


There, we openly protest the VA’s endemic malfeasance and misappropriation of Veterans property that takes land specifically deeded for disabled and disadvantaged Veterans and shamefully misappropriates it for non-Veteran use.


We staunchly protest the VA’s maltreatment of 20,000 Veterans who have been exiled and dispossessed from their legal Home and are forced to live homeless, hungry, and destitute under inhumane conditions.


The Old Veterans Guard will not abandon our Duty to protect, preserve and defend the Deed of 1888 and this sacred Veterans Home, and we stand ready to defend our Brothers and Sisters who are disabled, disadvantaged and defenseless.


Because we’ve assumed this responsible Duty that is contrary to the illegitimate policies and actions of VA bureaucrats and manipulative entities, we have been harassed, intimidated, and discriminated against, lied to and lied about, stalked and spied upon, verbally assaulted, threatened with physical violence, and falsely arrested by an out-of-control federal bureaucracy with the support of complicit politicians who answer to powerful special-interest groups that do not have the best interests of Veterans in mind.


While the years may have weakened our bodies, they have also strengthened our spirit and resolve.  We will not retreat nor will we surrender. Nor will we desert our fellow Veterans who need help.


It’s very clear that the lives of our disabled and disadvantaged homeless Veterans and their sacred property are in extreme danger and we seek justice against those who have perpetrated this terrible injustice.


We believe the Veterans “Declaration of Ownership” and “Notice to Vacate” appropriately establish Veterans property rights and legitimately authorizes the eviction of those who unlawfully occupy our hallowed ground.

We believe the “Declaration of Enforcement” is a responsible guideline to permanently maintain the Veterans Home in accordance with the Deed of 1888, as it mandates uncompromising oversight to ensure that Veterans exclusive land will never again be misused or misappropriated, and our fellow Veterans will never again be abused or mistreated. 


We believe the Veterans “Grand Plan” is the best solution to end LA’s shameful reign as the homeless Veteran capital of the nation. The Grand Plan is dedicated with great gratitude to the “Grand Army of the Republic,” which was America’s first Military Veterans Organization after the Civil War and was instrumental in the influence and creation of the National Soldiers’ Homes of the mid and late 19th century, including the Los Angeles Home.

We believe the Grand Plan honors the Deed of 1888 by replacing the archaic and asylum-looking buildings with the construction of a new “Grand Home and Gardens,” featuring modern Resident Halls, Veterans University, beautifully landscaped gardens and other rehabilitative accommodations for our disabled Veterans to peacefully heal from their war injuries, and provide interim housing for disadvantaged homeless Veterans by helping them become productive citizens. 


We believe that it is the President / Commander-in-Chief’s duty to execute a Presidential Executive Order to evict all non-Veteran and unlawful occupants on Veterans property and to allocate full mandatory funding to construct and permanently maintain a new and modern National Home for disabled and disadvantaged Veterans.


We believe that taking care of our disabled and disadvantaged Veterans is neither a Republican nor a Democratic issue, but an American responsibility.


We believe that all public officials who are entrusted as fiduciary stewards to oversee and protect this sacred land must be held accountable without impunity.


We call upon the President of the United States and members of Congress to approve and implement the National Veterans Home Treaty to transform the Los Angeles VA into a new and modern Veterans Home for the sole benefit of disabled and homeless Veterans.