Posted Feb 14, 2015 by Martin Armstrong
Just why does government want to read everything you have ever written? They are obsessed with collecting data on everyone exactly as if this was George Orwell’s 1984. The people in charge are just insane. They have nothing better to do but act like Joseph Stalin who could not sleep at night worrying what others might be thinking. His solution – he murdered tens of millions far beyond Hitler. The Jews Hitler killed were economic based. Hitler was able to confiscate banks, business, and even collected gold teeth from dead corpses. Edward I threw all the Jews out of England and also got to keep all their assets. But Stalin killed not for money, but for fear of what people thought. He killed the smart ones who might create a counter-revolution against him. Stalin killed Kondratieff because his study of cycles said communism would fail. The Ukrainians hated the Russian because Stalin killed more than 8 million of them.
Human nature is not confined to borders. Stanley Milgram conducted his experiment with actors in the United States to see if killing the Jews was somehow just because the German people follow orders. He discovered that human nature is strange. He conducted his experiment in different cultures and concluded that humanity will simply obey authority to the point they will torture another if so directed. This is what governments depend on to maintain order. The unruly are the fearless who refuse to conform. With time, as governments always end up abusing the ruled, the unruly rise up in an organized manner. When they become the majority, revolution is born.
Today we have Stalinistic type people in the US government who are also obsessed with what the ruled think and do on top of do they have any spare change they can rob. Now, if you’ve been remiss in cleaning out your email in-box, they created the 180-Day Rule. The federal government can read any emails that are more than six months old without a court warrant. Human nature never chances. The rulers are also desperate to maintain power and fear the great unwashed that they rule because they know their abuse has limitations.
Buried inside the ambiguous language of the communications law passed in 1986, they simply self-determined that the Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure will arbitrarily apply only to electronic communications sent or received fewer than 180 days ago. This is the whole problem with the US legal system.
Ever since Teddy Roosevelt, everything legally has changed. Teddy was the first President to stand the Constitution on its head. Teddy’s interpretation was that he could do ANYTHING that was not expressly forbidden by the Constitution. Hence, instead of the Constitution being a NEGATIVE restraint upon government, those in government got to do whatever they desired and it became our BURDEN to prove in a court of law that we even have any rights. Franklin D. Roosevelt created the New Deal based upon Marxism using this same family view – there should be no restraint upon government. Their view, society progressed beyond the 18th century views, which were outdated and primitive.
This was a MAJOR distinction for Congress can pass any law saying you must kill your first born or donate all female children to the government to give mass births to create armies. You actually have no STANDING to even argue in a court that this law is Unconstitutional. ONLY when the government orders you personally to kill your first born or come to take your daughter do you have even a right to go to court to argue. In other words, Congress can pass any law it imagines and UNLESS they try to apply it you someone personally, there will be no right to go to court and try to argue before a judge they appoint.
The abuse of government and their manipulation of the law to suit their own self-interest also knows no border. The minister Chao Cuo (? – 154BC) under the previous emperor Ching-ti (Liu Ch’i)(157-141BC), earned the hatred of the people after he introduced 30 new laws that were to say the least abusive and confiscated assets. The outrage was so intense, he was dragged out of his office and executed in his judicial robes in the town marketplace.
The entire American Revolution began with this very abuse imposed by the English King George III because he too needed money. In order to ascertain the nature of the proceedings intended by the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution under the terms “unreasonable searches and seizures,” it is only necessary to recall the contemporary or then recent history of the controversies on the subject, both in this country and in England. The practice had obtained in the colonies of issuing writs of assistance to the revenue officers also searching for money or any derogatory remarks made against the government was the key. These writs of assistance empowered the the king’s agents, like today, to do whatever was necessary, in their sole discretion, to search suspected places for smuggled goods and money owed to the Crown. The famous defense lawyer argued against these writs where James Otis pronounced that they were “the worst instrument of arbitrary power, the most destructive of English liberty, and the fundamental principles of law, that ever was found in an English law book;” since they placed “the liberty of every man in the hands of every petty officer.”
Edward Snowden has come out and stated that people in the NSA wrote programs to collect nude photos of girls who they were sending to their boyfriends to show around the office. Nothing has changed. Officials back then abused their powers as they do right now. Those who claim they are protecting America and they have nothing to hide, well they are fools or liars. Human nature will never change and any agent of the government will always look upon those in the private sector as people have more than they do and this breeds contempt and corruption.
James Otis argued in court during February, 1761, located in Boston. This was a very famous debate between him and the government. It was perhaps the most prominent event which inaugurated the entire resistance of the colonies for the king crossed the line. If some official didn’t like you, he just tore your home apart and you had no legal right to stop them.
“Then and there,” said John Adams, “then and there was the first scene of the first act of opposition to the arbitrary claims of Great Britain. Then and there, the child Independence was born.”
Obama claims to be a Constitutional lawyer. He must be the a fake or has seen himself as king. There is nobody in their right mind who would justify some 180-Day rule unless they are exercising a power they personally desire for like Stalin, they fear the people will wise up. Any federal judge who endorses such a rule is by no means an honest man but rather a dog on a leash. The Venetian Mouth of Truth allowed annyonimous people to drop slips on others. The state would assume whatever was alleged would be true. They were tortured until they died or confessed to whatever was written on that slip. John Crawford III was black family man who picked up a BB gun in WalMart. A paranoid woman call the cops who rushed in and just shot and kill him because he was buying a gun. So see something say something is alive and well today as it was in Venice.
This is the fate of the United States and it is part of the natural cycle of Decline & Fall of Empires. The old saying the king is dead, long live the king is indicative of the problem. When the slave becomes king, he oppresses others no different for it is now his time to rule and to do to others what he hated himself. It is not Snowden who is the traitor, it is everyone who who justifies the surrender of all rights under the pretense of protecting our liberty. History repeats with incredible timing for it takes a specific amount of time to produce the same result.