I just peeked at the New York Times article.
Unfortunately, like all other actions taken by the United States government to remove directly, or by circuitous legislation such as this, our
Constitutional rights, there is nothing we can do about it.
In point of fact, if the United States government wanted to simply arrest people on sight for taking photographs in New York they will do so with
impunity. Law enforcement and other agencies arrest and kill innocents every day.
Legislators wishing to avoid unnecessary and undesired backlash would do well to include wording to this effect in different legislation, so as not to
attract undue attention. Not that it matters. The media merely reports to us in detail the imminent and accelerating decline of the United States.
People just become more concerned when these actions are reported with a Constitutional subtext - it is with good reason, but where were these
objections prior to the recent reprise of our observation and nationwide interest of the rights specifically granted to us in the Constitution? These
have been abused for decades.
We've all been comfortable with this, because up until now, it's appeared to be limited, or isolated in its scope; but the noose has been tightening
on us as a nation, and it has become impossible for us to ignore. The government of the United States, through its efforts to exact more control, and
more oppression, will, through its increased efforts, actually become the agent of its own demise.
Having said that, however, it is, now more than ever, important that the world take note - not just the United States - but the world to take note of
the U.S.'s attack on its own presumably free citizens. These actions are being scrutinized more now than ever.
This end will come naturally anyway as a consequence of imposing a fascist, tyrannical rule over your citizens. Right now, because these overt,
virtually (and literally) hostile actions are broadcast to the nation and the world, there is only one direction this can go - and that is not in
favor of the government.
In spite of the fact that we have just now, as a nation, truly realized the degree to which we have been lied to, exploited, oppressed, and abused, it
is better than never having realized this. Now that we are here, the disintegration of this rule of power can begin. When Bush leaves office, will all
of this criminal legislation be reversed? No.
Every piece of legislation that reaches the greater public eye should be in accordance with the U.S. Constitution. And if it is not, this legislation
is not legal, or valid, and should be reversed, repealed, or removed.
Our freedoms are an illusion. We are living in a police state. It's simply a matter of degree. The government, military, and police force of the
United States of America has complete and total liberty to detain, threaten, imprison, or kill at their whim, and in just about every case you can
research, you will see a criminal bias in favor of the authority taking illegal actions against the presumably free and "law-abiding" citizens.
We are free to obey every law - however unconstitutional - and every whim of the paranoid, power-hungry, criminal government in place. We are free to
be threatened, imprisoned, or killed at the whim of the government in place, and with complete impunity.
We are free to move about under close observation by government and state authorities, being careful not to appear, or to "speak" about subjects
that may make us appear as a terrorist, or to "appear" to be aiding and abetting terrorists, according to a set of criteria that the government
authorities shall determine with regard to each specific case (i.e., at their whim).
Nothing specific has been outlined in this legislation. These decisions are made on site, and evidence will not be provided against you during your
prosecution - all of which will take place behind closed doors - if you are allowed a trial at all.
We are free to pay income taxes under threat of criminal prosecution, despite the fact that there is no law that states every American citizen must
pay income tax on their earned revenue (slave labor), or face imprisonment, fines, and a destruction of our lives and freedom.
There is no one to speak up about these injustices in our government, because they are upholding the laws of the land - even when these laws are
. Their hands are tied, and people, like Ed and Elaine Brown, are not going to wait until
Congress creates legislation to repeal an unconstitutional amendment before they stand up to their god, and Constitutionally given rights.
Ed and Elaine Brown are on the side of god and man's law. The authorities breaking every law to threaten and attempt to unjustly imprison Ed and
Elaine are operating outside of both realms of law. They are operating by the laws granted to them by mere physical force, because they don't have a
leg to stand on in court. These militant police forces attack their own citizens. They reject god and man. So who are these people? Are they people?
Who do they work for?
The Ed and Elaine Brown case of civil disobedience has again brought out the criminal element in the United States government, who, not satisfied with
the laws they themselves have created, opt to simply use force to overwhelm, or eliminate conscientious objectors who have the backing of god and the
Constitution of the United States.
Ed and Elaine Brown have learned what happens when you challenge even the unlawful actions of officers and authorities who effect illegal arrest
warrants for fabricated legal transgressions. Ed and Elaine brought charges against officers that entered their property and
attempted to arrest
them illegally. There are a string of infractions made by these officers, including operating
outside of their jurisdiction - does this matter? Ed and Elaine's case was brought to the state courts where Ed and Elaine reside, only to then be
illegally passed to federal courts.
This action on behalf of the state courts where Ed and Elaine reside was in direct contradiction to the laws of the United States of America. All of
the charges against these officers were then dismissed in federal court, and Ed and Elaine are now in seclusion, abandoned by the court/(in)justice
system presumably designed to protect American citizens from abuse of government. Is this clear enough to everyone reading this?
Will Ed and Elaine be facing the United States Military
like David Koresh? Welcome to hell. Here's an apt
that was drawn between the incident in Waco, TX, and Tienanmin Square.
Republican Rep. Texas, Ron Paul
, has spoken on the Ed and Elaine Brown case
which is not a "case", but is rather a slow motion atrocity that is about to take place on the world screen. Ed and Elaine Brown are your neighbors.
They are not religious zealots or criminals, and they are not insane. Every one of us knows a couple like Ed and Elaine Brown. They are simple
, living simple, honest lives.
who often poison their own customers, and the societies in which they exist, but who also make
billions doing so should shoulder the burden to support the governments they operate in collusion with in securing these funds, influence, and who
operate to ensure these corporations' continued existence. Not the poor and struggling citizens who now rely on these corporations to survive, both
as an employer, and as a provider for the basic necessities.
Fortunately, I'm a ufo nut. So I see aid coming from outside of the oppressed billions on this planet. True freedom is around the corner...Not the
fake freedom we're given at gunpoint.