Tuesday, March 6, 2012

America: an openly tyrannical society

America is openly and blatantly a tyrannical society, especially since the events of 9/11.  It's becoming more and more clear to me that 9/11 was the event the Jews needed to implement their tyranny on a global scale, transforming America and the West into police states, institutionalizing policies the Jews themselves have used for decades to suppress the Palestinians in their "fight against terrorism." 

Wars of aggression, torture, extrajudicial executions, targeted assassinations, indefinite detention, an end to habeas corpus and other core principals of Western jurisprudence - all hallmarks of tyrannical societies - have been institutionalized and formally adopted by the federal government of the United States.

Just yesterday, Attorney General Eric Holder demonstrated just how openly tyrannical the United States has become. Take a look at this headline and excerpt from The Washington Post:

The U.S. government has the right to order the killing of American citizens overseas if they are senior al-Qaeda leaders who pose an imminent terrorist threat and cannot reasonably be captured, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said Monday. 
“Any decision to use lethal force against a United States citizen — even one intent on murdering Americans and who has become an operational leader of al-Qaeda in a foreign land — is among the gravest that government leaders can face,” Holder said in a speech at Northwestern University’s law school in Chicago. “The American people can be — and deserve to be — assured that actions taken in their defense are consistent with their values and their laws.”
How exactly is killing American citizens without trail consistent with our values and our laws? Obviously, it is not, like virtually every policy implemented by the federal government in the past decade or more.

Here we have an administration, a Democratic administration no less, arguing that it has the power to accuse an American citizen of being a terrorist without presenting the slightest bit of evidence to the public or to a court of law, and then declaring it has the power to assassination the accused.  Does it get more tyrannical than that? Indeed, as the ACLU said in a press release yesterday, it does not:
“Few things are as dangerous to American liberty as the proposition that the government should be able to kill citizens anywhere in the world on the basis of legal standards and evidence that are never submitted to a court, either before or after the fact."
Glenn Greenwald, as usual when it comes to these matters, explains everything quite succinctly and concludes:
As always, the most important point to note for this entire debate is how perverse and warped it is that we’re even having this “debate” at all. It should be self-negating — self-marginalizing — to assert that the President, acting with no checks or transparency, can order American citizens executed far from any battlefield and without any opportunity even to know about, let alone rebut, the accusations. That this policy is being implemented and defended by the very same political party that spent the last decade so vocally and opportunistically objecting to far less extreme powers makes it all the more repellent. That fact also makes it all the more dangerous, because — as one can see — the fact that it is a Democratic President doing it, and Democratic Party officials justifying it, means that it’s much easier to normalize: very few of the Party’s followers, especially in an election year, are willing to make much of a fuss about it at all. 
And thus will presidential assassination powers be entrenched as bipartisan consensus for at least a generation. That will undoubtedly be one of the most significant aspects of the Obama legacy.
This is exactly what I meant when I wrote back in December that the American people are officially Palestinians now.  I know it shouldn't surprise me at this point at just how openly despotic this country has become, but it still does for some reason.  Maybe I'm a bit naive, still holding on to some hope that I live in the country I was taught propagandized about in school.  Sad thing is, the more and more I think about it, that ideal country never existed in the first place...

In the video below, Brother Nathanael Kapner expands on this subject, and shows exactly who is behind this tyranny in America:

4 comments:

  1. Uncle Sam: If It Ends in .Com, It’s .Seizable



    http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2012/03/feds-seize-foreign-sites/all/1

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  2. Hey John,

    The guy lays it out there plainly, but the outfit is just awful.

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  3. Salon.com is garbage, mostly Fake Progressive propaganda, including Greenwald. He is a major limited hang out, 9/11 shill. I always learn a lot from his writing though, and he explains all these legal issues quite nicely. So I read his stuff. I've tried contacting him and commenting on his posts, but he refuses to address 9/11, taking Noam Chomsky's position that it "wasn't that big of a deal", and that it's "extremely unlikely" the government was involved. LOL, unbelievable, huh?

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  4. http://ronpaulflix.com/2012/03/st-charles-county-caucus-shutdown-ron-paul-delegates-arrested-mar-17-2012/

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