Tyranny: The Founding Fathers Took A Stand Against It. Now It Is Our Turn
The Department of Homeland Security and police forces label anyone who they disagree with or who disagrees with government policies as terrorists.We have already seen how FEMA refers to the Founding Fathers as terrorists.
In the early years leading up to the first American Revolution our founding fathers were demonized by the majority of their fellow citizens. In fact the media of their day (newspapers) even went so far as to label them as kooks, wack jobs and people who needed to be institutionalized. This was an ad hominem attack in an attempt to destroy their creditably and turn their fellow citizens against them. Sounds like what we have been hearing from the TRAITORS in D.C. for years from members of both parties.
Patrick Henry in his historic speech Give me liberty or give me death said:
Should I keep back my opinions at such a time, through fear of giving offense, I should consider myself as guilty of treason towards my country, and of an act of disloyalty toward the Majesty of Heaven, which I revere above all earthly kings.
Unfortunately, many who call themselves PATRIOTS are, in fact, not our fellow countrymen, but should be considered TRAITORS as they are afraid to speak out and criticize government policies out of fear of what may happen if they do. Many who do speak out are being politically correct when they do, and tout the fact they have not been labeled wack jobs by the media and fellow Americans. This clearly shows they are not doing enough to shake up the tyrants, based upon historic precedents.
One opposes tyranny, or one enables it. There is no middle ground and time is not an ally. Wrapping tyranny in the flag and calling it security makes it no less evil.
In fact, some who many call Patriots are supporting other so called Patriots who voted for and wrote the infamous bill known as the NDAA 2012. To see the full list of traitors in the House and Senate, along with their twitter addresses who voted for the NDAA click here.
Mr. West’s “YES” vote to NDAA gives unprecedented power to the office of the president. How interesting that he gives such power to the very man he claims to detest so vehemently. Indeed, with his vote supporting NDAA, Mr. West voted with all of the people above quote he would like to “get the hell out of the United States of America.“ He then went on CNN and denied saying it. Allen West’s vote for the NDAA was bipartisan with Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
In January of 2012 West said that indefinite detention did not apply to American citizens. However, just a few months later when the Smith/Amash amendment was introduced to clear up any misunderstanding in the NDAA in regards to indefinite detention, he spoke out against it and voted against it. If it is to clear that issue up, then why would Mr. West oppose it? Why would others oppose it? It seems quite clear that the way it was presented in January is not the way it actually is and one need look no further than the story of Brandon Raub.
This is our new normal. Strip the Constitution, get people fearful that there is a terrorist under every rock and we must strip away civil liberties to be safe! Wake up, America! We’re a shadow of our former selves. All the things our forefathers fought for to establish our country, we are slowing giving up.
Allen West is proud to have assisted in the near nullification of our Bill of Rights. When does the hero worship stupidity end and the holding accountable to the Constitution begin for this despicable act? The silence is deafening.
Additionally Federal Courts have openly declared they are just fine with indefinitely detaining American citizens.
The Department of Homeland Security and police forces label anyone who they disagree with or who disagrees with government policies, or who support the Second Amendment as potential terrorists.
Don’t believe me?
Well, according to a law school professor, pursuant to the Military Commissions Act, “Anyone who … speaks out against the governments policies could be declared an unlawful enemy combatant and imprisoned indefinitely.” That includes American citizens.
Anyone who disagrees with the acceptable way of looking at things is a terrorist.
How is this different from Stalin or Mau’s use of labels such as “enemy of the state?