Wednesday, December 25, 2013

The Bill of Rights … Evaporating Before Our Very Eyes

Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton
Activist Post

Check out this Christmas present we got from Aaron’s mom. It’s awesome, but at the same time, horribly horribly frightening. Worse, this is really going on, RIGHT NOW and blatantly in our faces, and yet, this sad reality has been reduced to a gag on a coffee mug…

Taste the tyranny. Drink up, America.

(P.S. — Made in China, of course…)

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Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and Happy Holidays to Melissa and Aaron, Activist Post, and all of the wonderful people who support the liberty and truth movements!

Hey, speaking of the Bill of Rights, the loss of our civil liberties is predicated on the 9/11 engineered terror scam, the rapidly growing police state is a house of cards constructed on this Big Lie. Please continue to shine the light on this shaky foundation until it utterly collapses.

David Ray Griffin recently reviewed a new documentary on 9/11 and highly recommends it. It's very well done, amazingly thorough, and clear. Please check it out and tell everyone you know to watch it. Thanks!

The truth will set us free, really!


...and made in China! Go figure.

Anonymous said...

Wanna see what nwo tyranny will look like? Theres no room for the truth in nwo, its push the scumpire's false narrative or face the firing squad.

250,000 chinese jouranlists forced to pass a 7 month Marxist training course. You write anything that doesnt agree with the State's, face the squad.

Makes you grateful for what our Founding Fathers gave us. Its up to us to defend the greatest gift on this planet. Once you let it go, you and your entire family become complete slaves. Choose now!

Hide Behind said...

There were vast differences of opinion in regard to many of our Constitutional Articles, and this constant hype about our forefathers giving us this or that as if by unanimous consent, just clouds the issues of the meaning being the I ' X; May as well throw in the VIX th that encompassed and killed the power of the first 10 by surrender of all non tangible into the power of Central Power Structure.
The Bill of Rights had to be put in place for protection of minority and individual rights by
the majority within States, States that under Articles of Confederation once agreed upon went back home to become even more oppressive than the British had ever been.
The religion clause was beat to hell by every protestant religious group that once home outlawed religious practices, especially of
Jews and Muslims Moslems Pope or Papist and who ever was different.
Rights do not exist, they have no permanence for a foundation, Madison seen that and only supported them in order to be elected.
For most of the years until around 1980-early 1890 the government indeed protected I thru X, if not forcefully at least with enough vigor that powers of Democracy and what today we call Fascism had to respect them.
It was not Federal powers that broke or rather eroded the X the mos but the States, Southern built interruption and no more culturally advanced than 18th century's landed aristocracy began its full bore assAult and is still at it today.
No one needs look any father for roots to social militancy than the south , no where's else and while it was rooting like pigs in a pen the Northern form of Socialistic paternalism grew from protestant Industrialist beginning in 1980's women's church charity, that their husbands and political syndicates then used to let workers pay for Industrialist needs and slovenly work practices.
Paper Rights are what Madison called them even before inclusion in Constitutional Framework; He thought that a better form of men would be the protectors of the a constitution, in fact he till he died wanted a group of nonimpeachables to have veto rights over not just Federal but States laws as well.
He recognized the Supreme Court appointees came not from the highest and most Honorable men from within Americans Judicial systems but were tainted and repainted examples of pork barrel appointments by political servitude.
The Amendments faded and are gone like an old mistress of youth, not bad but just a mistress to play with One you know is old and belly flatbed so do not get close too as you want to remember its youth.

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