John W Whitehead: “Policing is broken… It has evolved as a paramilitary, bureaucratic, organizational arrangement that distances police officers from the communities they’ve been sworn to protect and serve. When we have shooting after shooting after shooting that most people would define as at least questionable, it’s time to look, not just at a few bad apples, but the barrel. And I’m convinced that it is the barrel that is rotted.”— Norm Stamper, former Seattle police chief
In case any reader still clings to the platitude that the American political system is based on the proposition that ours is “a society of laws, and not of men,” I urge you to pay close attention to the events of recent years. Political behavior does not exist in abstractions, such as the “state,” or the “government,” or a “constitution,” but is activity engaged in by such men and women who find the machinery of state power a useful device for accomplishing ends that they value. Those who desire to control others through access to the tools of violence that define the state, have rationales to convince their intended victims of the “rightness” of their rule.
It is the duty of every lawful American Citizen to oppose all enemies of this Nation, foreign and DOMESTIC. (Note added: Every Lawful and recognized American Citizen including all Elected, Appointed, hired public servant(s), (,,,,…) to preform their Oath of Office, in compliance to the 1776 Constitution for the United States of America, to all matters herein related thereof. Please help pass this information to other professionals in your area – and honor thy 1776 Constitutional oath of office in your area of expertise it is after all as Lawful Americans’ right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness that ‘GOD’ promised mine and your bloodline of this United States of America for all mankind thereof.
by Ryan McMaken at Mises.org
Contrary to what many Americans seem to think, the document we now call “the Constitution” and the Declaration of independence are not pretty much the same thing or “connected in spirit,” or “two sides of the same coin.” The two documents were written by two different groups of people at two different times to accomplish two totally different goals.
John Whitehead: Today’s presidential hopefuls must jump through a series of hoops aimed at selecting the candidates best suited to serve the interests of the American police state. Candidates who are anti-war, anti-militarization, anti-Big Money, pro-Constitution, pro-individual freedom and unabashed advocates for the citizenry need not apply.
Clearly, to the current regime, if you are white, are Christian, own guns, believe the Constitution is the law of the land and not what a majority of a group of nine robe-wearing Satanists say the law is, oppose oppressive totalitarian government, advocate for low taxes and/or are against the Federal Reserve, etc., you are an anti-government extremist — a domestic terrorist — worthy of indefinite detention or worse.
It’s basically hijacking taxpayer resources to intimidate an opponent of the government’s policies. Those who respect the First Amendment and value it ought to be very much concerned.”
This is nothing more than a “share” of a good post by “SicilianThing” at 1PP,
for which the unstated aource came thru LewRockwell.com, and which originated at
Follow the source link(s) and we need say nothing more, The warning is Too Real!
The Constitution lacks authority yet confers immense authority in practice. There are more than enough phrases, clauses and loopholes in the Constitution and more than enough interpretations of the powers granted to support almost any action that the Congress votes to take. The U.S. Constitution doesn’t limit government power, it supports it.