5 July, 2015

Free Speech Rights? Private Property Rights? Not Any More

Posted by Socrates in "Founding Fuck-Ups", America, America's founders, America-the-sitcom, constitution, free speech, homosexual themes, homosexuals, loss of freedom, nation-building/nation-wrecking, private property, Socrates at 1:57 pm | Permanent Link

America’s Constitution is now a worthless piece of paper. In fact, you could argue that it has always been a worthless piece of paper, since it isn’t nearly specific enough. For example, it should have spelled out that America was intended to be a White republic governed by White men only. It should have spelled out that only Whites could become citizens, or own land, or own firearms. Some people have called America’s founders “the founding fuck-ups” for not being specific in that document.

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  7. 6 Responses to “Free Speech Rights? Private Property Rights? Not Any More”

    1. Antagonistes Says:

      Judge Avakian? Not quite an anglo name, is it?

      Wonder what it could be.

      Fuck you, Avakian.

    2. Thom McQueen Says:

      aNT, we need Cliven Bundy and his posse, or some real man like that, to deal with these croc-shit dingo-fuckers.

      I will personally give the wives or girlfriends of any militia-men who support this effort a complete full-body airbrush, in their favorite colors.

      Are you with me, brother ANt?

    3. fd Says:

      “In fact, you could argue that it has always been a worthless piece of paper, since it isn’t nearly specific enough.” This is true.

      Edward Pollard

      “A convention of delegates assembled from the different States at Philadelphia in May 1787. It had been called by Congress “for the sole and express purpose of revising the Articles of Confederation, and reporting to Congress and the several legislatures such alterations and provisions therein, as shall, when agreed to Congress, and confirmed by the States, render the Federal Constitution adequate to the exigencies and preservation of the Union.” This was the convention that erected the two famous political idols in America: the Constitution of 1789 and the Union formed under it, and entitled to the extravagant adulation of three generations as the wisest and best men.

      This adulation is simply absurd. The language in the call of the Constitution was singularly confused. The men who composed it were common flesh and blood, very ignorant, very much embarrassed, many of them unlettered, and many educated just to that point where men are silly, visionary, dogmatic and impracticable.”

    4. Antagonistes Says:

      Thom, my brother in air, I will airbrush the naked women with you!

      Onward, in full buttock free expression!

      Every single airbrushed naked women is a “fuck you” to the money-power!

    5. Tim McGreen Says:

      It was mostly lawyers who wrote the Kwanstitution and lawyers are notorious for having terrible communication skills.

    6. Howdy Doody Says:

      Congress Should Protect Itself From The Executive Branch
      By Paul Craig Roberts
      PaulCraigRoberts.org
      July 6, 2015

      Gary Hart was a good senator, an independent person. Consequently, he was eliminated with a sexual scandal. The woman was a ten, and the powers that be got rid of Hart. Better to go that way than with an airplane crash or a frame-up that leads to prison like happened to US Rep. George Hanson and others including Dan Rostenkowski, Chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means.

      Rostenkowski was eliminated by the despicable Eric Holder, a US attorney at the time who rose to become Obama’s Attorney General, proving the point that in the US government only the totally corrupt succeed. Holder’s false conviction of Rostenkowski was overturned with a pardon by President Bill Clinton. Even former Republican President Gerald Ford regarded Rostenkowski’s conviction as a fraud.

      US. Representative James Traficant was another victim of fraudulent proecution. Traficant defended a constituent, John Demjanjuk, who was falsely accused of being a former Nazi concentration camp guard, “Ivan the Terrible.” Traficant’s interference with the arrogant Israeli-serving State Department, many believe, led to him being falsely prosecuted and incarcerated.

      These prosecutions show that members of Congress are negligent in protecting themselves. As it stands, any member of Congress who gets in the way of any wrong-doing by any executive branch department or agency can be framed and removed from office. It is idiotic of Congress to accept these terms. Congress should vote themselves some form of immunity, and should establish a Congressional Joint Committee that meticulously investigates any and every charge brought against a member of Congress by the Executive Branch, which is the most corrupt branch of the US government and the branch with the least integrity, even less integrity than the Supreme Court. The Joint Committee should have the power to indict any member of the executive branch who brings false charges against a member of Congress, and the sentence for false charges should be death. Then, if so inclined, members of Congress could more safely stand up for the people whom they are supposed to represent. Today they cannot without being destroyed.

      Former Senator Hart describes, accurately, America’s present state:

      “To begin with, the founders created a republic, and all of the founding debate in the late 18th century used the language of the republic from ancient Athens and Greece. And one of the key qualities of the republic was resistance to corruption. Now, they did not define corruption as bribery. They defined corruption as placing special or personal interests ahead of the common good — or today what we would call national interest. And when you apply that standard to politics in America today, we are a massively corrupt republic.”

      The corrupt Republican Supreme Court has given a pass to this corruption, having ruled that it is an exercise of free speech for corporations to purchase the US government with campaign donations.

      Today, no branch of the US government is respected. The executive branch is recognized as a power-crazed police state operation hell-bent on war. The Supreme Court is understood as agents for the One Percent. Congress refuses to defend the people, because any member who does will be framed and prosecuted.

      Congress should use its power to make laws to change the situation. Otherwise,

      Congress should resign and leave Washington as it cannot make a difference.