How to stop giving rogue government CONSENT to violate your rights and turn you into a felon


MFP Commentary:
Police are NOT your friends. Take the advice in this article, and stay  out of jail.  This doubly applies if you are innocent, the last thing the police really care about is your guilt or innocence. Most of all they want a felony conviction regardless of whether you did anything criminal or not.
~MFP


How to stop giving rogue government CONSENT to violate your rights and turn you into a felon


MFP Commentary:

Another article that exposes the sheer insanity and criminality  of  the legislature, the courts, and the “police”.  Because as we know police are proud of being order followers.  The exact same excuse, for violating rights that the guards at Auschwitz Concentration camp tried to use as a defense when murdering Jews.

Let’s be perfectly clear. The war on drugs is a Satanic/United Nations agenda.  It is not authorized in the US Constitution.
Participating in the war on drugs is a crime and punishable under  USC title 18 sections 241 & 242  and also here.

 

Can anyone  explain to me how the psychopaths in the legislature, can take a God given right ,  and turn it into a permission?
(A right  that was respected until the early 20th century, when the globalists at the United Nations got their drug schedule  (1) into law of most 1st world countries.)
This is just a replay of the elite’s opium wars in China, which BTW made them rich and corrupted the Chinese Police.

What the state of MO has done  with it’s recent “legalization” would be similar to the legislature making it “legal” to have children or read the bible, ONLY when following their statutes that attenuate and trample that very right and turning them both into permissions. As you know (or I hope you know) a right, by definition, can not be legitimately changed, amended, or curtailed. So it is clear the the criminal/psychopaths in the MO legislature either do not know what a right is, or they flat out don’t care and sure as hell the  criminal “police”  care even less than the criminal legislature.

In closing I only have to say that I wish that people would use the brains that God gave them. Something I very rarely see.

~MFP


 

A Crisis in the Making: Know Your Rights or You Will Lose Them

John Whitehead – Rutherford Institute

A Crisis in the Making

John Whitehead – Rutherford Institute

By The Rutherford Institute
December 12, 2018

If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.”—Thomas Jefferson
 
We are approaching critical mass, the point at which all hell breaks loose.
 
The government is pushing us ever closer to a constitutional crisis.
 
What makes the outlook so much bleaker is the utter ignorance of the American people—and those who represent them—about their freedoms, history, and how the government is supposed to operate.
 
As Morris Berman points out in his book , “70 percent of American adults cannot name their senators or congressmen; more than half don’t know the actual number of senators, and nearly a quarter cannot name a single right guaranteed by the First Amendment. Sixty-three percent cannot name the three branches of government. Other studies reveal that uninformed or undecided voters often vote for the candidate whose name and packaging (e.g., logo) are the most powerful; color is apparently a major factor in their decision.”
 
More than government corruption and ineptitude, police brutality, terrorism, gun violence, drugs, illegal immigration or any other so-called “danger” that threatens our nation, civic illiteracy may be what finally pushes us over the edge.
As Thomas Jefferson warned, no nation can be both ignorant and free.
 
Unfortunately, the American people have existed in a technology-laden, entertainment-fueled, perpetual state of cluelessness for so long that civic illiteracy has become the new normal for the citizenry…..Read More

MFP EDITORIAL “Should we be arresting the gun grabbers?” / New Bill to Require Gov’t Review of Social Media Accounts, Search Engine History to Buy a Gun


MFP Commentary:
“Should we be arresting the gun grabbers?”

It pains me that I even have to ask this question, but it’s obvious that Americans are so dumbed down that they don’t have a clue as to the the correct  answer, or why.

Would you support the arrest of people  preaching  the idea  that we should hang blacks  and put Jews  into FEMA camps?  Or any other call for using violence, to violate the inalienable God given rights of anyone?
Well isn’t self defense a  God given right? One that is explicitly protected from government intrusion by the 2nd amendment. Right in the US Constitution, the highest law of the land.

Yet  most of the dumbed down American public, think that the psychopaths in our legislatures, can write words on paper and voila,  violate both the Constitution, in addition to our God given rights. Sorry to burst your bubble but that is not how this Constitutional Republic was set up. Doing this is criminal, and ignores both the Constitution and natural law.

So tell me from a rights violation standpoint how is calling for the violent tramping of a fundamental right,  and disarming Americans, any different than say calling for all Muslims (or Jews) in this country to be rounded up into camps and their property seized? And/or that they be executed?    Hint:  There is not a lick of difference.  All of my examples are crimes because they advocate for the trampling of peoples rights!  The people that call for the crime of gun grabbing, or vote to enact bills that “legalize” this crime, need to be arrested and feel the full force of the law.   There is no ambiguity here, there is no wiggle room. People that advocate taking your means of self defense are the lowest form of criminal scum, and need to be treated as such. (Even if they are  just “useful idiots” serving the Satanic, New World Order’s, United Nations led, disarmament agenda 1, 2, 3 )

The American people are fatally  dumbed down by the psychopaths in government violating yet  another right (your right to choose how to educate your children)  by mandating that your children attend 12 year government indoctrination camps so that they “think correctly”.

Hosea 4:6 King James Version (KJV)
6 My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.

In case you are not aware one of the many laws that gun grabbers could be charged with, is United States Code, Title 18, sections 241 & 242.  i.e. “DEPRIVATION OF RIGHTS UNDER COLOR OF LAW”  (FWIW this same law could be used against anyone in government, including police, judges, and jailers) that have participated in the United Nations instigated war on drugs. It most certainly needs to be applied to the “legislators” that are calling for killing you if necessary to take your means of self defense.

Justice Department info on USC title 18 sections 241 & 242
FBI on USC tile 18 sections 241 & 242

Please post you comments in the comment section below….
I hope you realize that ALL gun laws are gun grabbing laws and are criminal violations of the 2nd amendment under USC 18 sections 241 & 242.  Let that sink in for awhile.

~MFP


New Bill to Require Gov’t Review of Social Media Accounts, Search Engine History to Buy a Gun

In one of the most Orwellian bills to date, lawmakers in New York have drafted and proposed a bill that will require a review of a citizens social media as well as their search engine history, going back years—just to buy a gun.

Senate Bill 9191 would establish an official investigation officer who would scour the social media posts and search engine history of anyone attempting to purchase a gun. It also applies to current gun owners who want to renew their licenses….. Read More

Yes, You Have the Right to Talk Back to the Government, But It Could Get You Killed [SHORT]

Long Version here

John Whitehead’s Commentary

November 27, 2018

The freedom of individuals verbally to oppose or challenge police action without thereby risking arrest is one of the principal characteristics by which we distinguish a free nation from a police state.”— Justice William J. Brennan, City of Houston v. Hill

What the architects of the police state want are submissive, compliant, cooperative, obedient, meek citizens who don’t talk back, don’t challenge government authority, don’t speak out against government misconduct, and don’t step out of line.

What the First Amendment protects—and a healthy constitutional republic requires—are citizens who routinely exercise their right to speak truth to power.

It’s not an easy undertaking.

Weaponized by police, prosecutors, courts and legislatures, “disorderly conduct” charges have become a convenient means by which to punish those individuals who refuse to be muzzled.

Cases like these have become all too common, typical of the bipolar nature of life in the American police state today: you may have distinct, protected rights on paper, but dare to exercise those rights and you put yourself at risk for fines, arrests, injuries and even death.

This is the unfortunate price of freedom.

Yet these are not new developments.

We have been circling this particular drain hole for some time now.

Almost 50 years ago, Lewis Colten was arrested outside Lexington, Kentucky, for questioning police and offering advice to his friend during a traffic stop.

Colten subsequently challenged his arrest as a violation of his First Amendment right to free speech and took the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, which sided with the police.

Although the Court acknowledged that Colten was not trespassing or disobeying any traffic regulation himself, the majority affirmed that Colten “had no constitutional right to observe the issuance of a traffic ticket or to engage the issuing officer in conversation at that time.”

The Supreme Court’s bottom line: protecting police from inconvenience, annoyance or alarm is more important than protecting speech that, in the government’s estimation, has “no social value.”

While the ruling itself was unsurprising for a judiciary that tends to march in lockstep with the police, the dissent by Justice William O. Douglas is a powerful reminder that the government exists to serve the people and not the other way around.

Stressing that Colten’s speech was quiet, not boisterous, devoid of “fighting words,” and involved no overt acts, fisticuffs, or disorderly conduct in the normal meaning of the words, Douglas took issue with the idea that merely by speaking to a government representative, in this case the police—a right enshrined in the First Amendment, by the way—Colten was perceived as inconveniencing and annoying the police.

In a passionate defense of free speech, Douglas declared:

Since when have we Americans been expected to bow submissively to authority and speak with awe and reverence to those who represent us?The constitutional theory is that we the people are the sovereigns, the state and federal officials only our agents. We who have the final word can speak softly or angrily. We can seek to challenge and annoy, as we need not stay docile and quiet. The situation might have indicated that Colten’s techniques were ill-suited to the mission he was on, that diplomacy would have been more effective. But at the constitutional level speech need not be a sedative; it can be disruptive.

It’s a power-packed paragraph full of important truths that the powers-that-be would prefer we quickly forget: We the people are the sovereigns. We have the final word. We can speak softly or angrily. We can seek to challenge and annoy. We need not stay docile and quiet. Our speech can be disruptive. It can invite dispute. It can be provocative and challenging. We do not have to bow submissively to authority or speak with reverence to government officials.

Now in theory, “we the people” have a constitutional right to talk back to the government.

In fact, the U.S. Supreme Court concluded as much in City of Houston v. Hillwhen it struck down a city ordinance prohibiting verbal abuse of police officers as unconstitutionally overbroad and a criminalization of protected speech.

In practice, however, talking back—especially when the police are involved—can get you killed.

The danger is real.

We live in an age in which “we the people” are at the mercy of militarized, weaponized, immunized cops who have almost absolute discretion to decide who is a threat, what constitutes resistance, and how harshly they can deal with the citizens they were appointed to “serve and protect.”

While violent crime in America remains at an all-time low, the death toll as a result of police-sponsored violence continues to rise. In fact, more than 1,000 people are killed every year by police in America, more than any other country in the world.

What we are dealing with is a nationwide epidemic of court-sanctioned police violence carried out against individuals posing little or no real threat.

Police encounters have deteriorated so far that anything short of compliance—including behavior the police perceive as disrespectful or “insufficiently deferential to their authority,” “threatening” or resistant—could get you arrested, jailed or killed.

The problem, of course, is that compliance is rarely enough to guarantee one’s safety.

When police officers are allowed to operate under the assumption that their word is law and that there is no room for any form of disagreement or even question, that serves to destroy the First Amendment’s assurances of free speech, free assembly and the right to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

As I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, if ever there were a time to scale back on the mindset adopted by cops that they are the law and should be revered, feared and obeyed, it is now.

WC: 1063

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Red Flag Gun Laws: Yet Another Government Weapon for Compliance and Control [SHORT]

Long version here

 

 

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”—George Santayana

We never learn.

In the right (or wrong) hands, benevolent plans can easily be put to malevolent purposes.

Even the most well-intentioned government law or program can be—and has been—perverted, corrupted and used to advance illegitimate purposes once profit and power are added to the equation.

The war on terror, the war on drugs, the war on illegal immigration, asset forfeiture schemes, road safety schemes, school safety schemes, eminent domain: all of these programs started out as legitimate responses to pressing concerns and have since become weapons of compliance and control in the police state’s hands.

Mark my words: red flag gun laws, which allow the police to remove guns from people suspected of being threats, will only add to the government’s power.

These laws, growing in popularity as a legislative means by which to seize guns from individuals viewed as a danger to themselves or others, are yet another Trojan Horse, a stealth maneuver by the police state to gain greater power over an unsuspecting and largely gullible populace.

Thirteen states now have red flag laws on their books. That number is growing.

As The Washington Post reports, these laws “allow a family member, roommate, beau, law enforcement officer or any type of medical professional to file a petition [with a court] asking that a person’s home be temporarily cleared of firearms. It doesn’t require a mental-health diagnosis or an arrest.”…..Read More

Missouri has 3, count them THREE Cannabis Initiatives on the Ballot…And other things

 

Missouri has 3, count them THREE Cannabis Initiatives on the Ballot…And other things

So, in just a couple of days, Missouri will definitely pass some kind of initiative on cannabis. Marijuana for those who are unfamiliar with the history of the term.

Just an fyi for those who don’t know; the entire propaganda piece of “reefer madness” was predicated upon conflating racial issues with terminology. Everyone knew what “hemp” and cannabis were, but applying the idiomatic Mexican phrase of “marijuana” to the plant enabled the people pushing to keep cannabis from being used for health, wealth, and national security,  into a position of control over the dialogue.

Rest assured, not one of these initiatives will do anything to enable people to get “high” without the potential of legal  and severe monetary consequences.

Edited to add, that if anyone in my household were to come down with cancer, we would leaving Missouri and going to Colorado to begin treatments. And I know of several parents with children having leukemia and seizures who have had to leave Missouri to treat their child with effective types and applications of cannabis. It’s very, very sad that not one of these proposals will allow people to take control of their own health and the health of their loved ones. It’s actually heart breaking.

The initiative getting the largest amount of “airtime” is the biggest pile of manure that pretends to be helpful and will harm, hamper and probably actually cause loss of life. That is Amendment 3. It is being put forth by “Doctor and Lawyer: Brad Bradshaw. ” Notably, this amendment allows for a less than certain dosage to be available for people dying from cancer as the maximum allowable amount of cannabis. Again, for people who haven’t studied it out, to cure cancer, a person needs to have a POUND of flower reduced to oil in a month. Not the 3 ounces per month allowed by Amendment 3. It’s enough to make a person feel better without being able to actually heal them of the problem. In simple terms, enough to keep you happily sick and under the care of an industry that is not interested in curing you….. Read More

Why Nobody Trusts the FBI… And That’s a Good Thing


MFP Commentary:
Please take the time to read what the animals on a  “FBI hit  team” did to an American citizen.  Read this on an empty stomach.
The Uncensored
Gordon Kahl Story
~MFP



By Joe Jarvis
The Daily Bell

October 6, 2018

When the FBI came out with a report on Hillary Clinton weeks before the 2016 election, Democrats were livid.

But so were Republicans… The report said that even though she had committed a crime by negligently using a personal computer for state business, she would not be charged.

Democrats later cheered the FBI as the Mueller Probe began investigating Trump. Investigations are the same thing as a guilty verdict, right?

And Republicans fumed when it surfaced that two agents exchanged anti-Trump text messages. They even discussed ways to subvert the presidential election and choose the winner!

And now Democrats are back to accusing the FBI of being a partisan tool used by whoever is in power. That’s because an FBI investigation could not prove a 36-year-old sexual assault accusation true.

Clearly, no one feels super confident in the FBI. And of course, we shouldn’t. They’re sketchy as all hell.

J. Edgar Hoover set the tone when, as Director of the FBI, he compiled a list of disloyal Americans. He’s famous for his enemies lists, in fact. But you didn’t have to break any laws to be considered an enemy…

Let’s not forget that the FBI murdered Vicki Weaver at Ruby Ridge. And they probably assassinated Martin Luther King Jr.–they definitely blackmailed him and encouraged him to kill himself.

More recently the FBI spent three years covering up evidence that they sent snipers to surround Bundy Ranch. They conspired with the Bureau of Land Management to suppress evidence favorable to the Bundy’s.

The FBI also performs warrantless searches of computers using paid informants on The Geek Squad.

And the FBI received at least two tips about the Parkland Shooter in the months before the shooting…Read More

Why Nobody Trusts the FBI… and that’s a good thing

Empire of Lies: Are ‘We the People’ Useful Idiots in the Digital Age?

John Whitehead’s Commentary


Empire of Lies: Are ‘We the People’ Useful Idiots in the Digital Age?