Originally posted by stinkhorn
I would go as far to say that 65% of americans are close to retarded in IQ. Look at youtube videoes about stupid americans, it sickining how ignorant
most americans are. Thanks to the liberal dumbing down of the public education system, kids grow up to be stupid adult voters.
At least some of those idiots are considerate enough to remove themselves from the human gene pool
benefit of all humanity...The problem is that the educational system & MSM lying in the same bed with a fascist government winds up giving birth to
idiots faster than Natural Selection can take them out.
Maybe we need to up the IQ level of Big Corp honchos & government servants: For one thing corporations posses the equivalent of federal citizenship
(as defined by the 14th Amendment) so that gives the corporation itself
access to Civil Rights...Never mind the fact that a corporation is not
even a living being of any sort & can not have "interests" to protect (only those people who work within
a corporation can have
"interests"). Just remove that citizenship status from corporations (but not the people that work within it).
As far as our government servants go, make 'em take an IQ test (the Constitution disallows a religious
test), based upon knowledge &
application of the Constitution that they swear/affirm a legally binding Oath of Office to serve...Before
they actually take the Oath & assume
their Office. I think these two considerations would go a long way to root out blatant corruption.
Originally posted by Stormdancer777
The Money Trail: Putting on the Ritz, VIP Treatment for Big Money Democrats
I've been saying something like that for years here on ATS...The government is
a corporation! The Civil War put the government on the fast
track to bankruptcy & the best "fix" that they could come up with was to establish the Federal Reserve Bank...At that time, the government was
officially bankrupt & hooked into a scam by a private banking cartel to turn the government into a "branch office" for the Fed Res.
As far as investigating corruption goes, pick a leaf from the professional detectives...No one tries to track people
anymore: Instead just
follow the money trail! Since the government is a corporate entity, it's primary "business interest" is to make money...So, to find the real
corruption, follow the money trail into & out of the government!
Originally posted by eaganthorn
I see the gun laws in Denver are too strict. You just don't hear about this sort of thing in areas where the average person can carry a gun. It’s
the only safeguard remaining in America against this type of intimidation and tyranny. Think about it.
, for example, has
that run strictly "in pursuance of" the 2nd Amendment:
People can even carry firearms in City Parks
(Chapter 66, Section 2). The
only restrictions on gun ownership are concerned with Personal Responsibility & Personal Choice.
Since enacting these Codes, instances of violent crimes (per capita) has been decreasing
that cop have been so "physical" with his "unlawful orders" if he knew that the reporters could have been armed too?
Also consider that Washington D.C. has the strictest gun control laws in America and, well, it's not called "murder capitol of the USA" for
Also, history has shown that any nation that put strict controls on weapons for the people always tend to be the nations that commit massacres of
their own people! So never let the liberals tell you that you have to be disarmed "for your own good." Maybe Denver should be taking a leaf from the
"Constitutional book" like a number of other cities have?
Originally posted by stinkhorn
Liberals say that Bush has created a police state, duh, its all of them, especially the dems. They want to control your life more than anybody else.
They create laws to protect you from you.
No, they create laws to try to protect themselves from us
, while holding themselves unaccountable to those very same laws!
"When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty." -- Thomas Jefferson
"Experience hath shewn, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it
into tyranny." -- Thomas Jefferson
The problem is that when paranoids get into government, they try to ensure their own personal security
through the power of making laws to
induce fear in the population...Whenever new laws are created, there also new criminals are created. When the laws reach a point where everyone
is a potential criminal, then there's tyranny...All due to the government's fear of the People. Does the real purpose
of the Patriot Act come
into better focus now?
Originally posted by Redhead6971
That is what civil lawsuits, and public demonstrations are for. The best way to effect policies and change are by demonstration, strikes, elections,
and other forms of civil disobediance. Think about what Ghandi did. We should try more of his ways of non-violent protest. He freed his country this
Well, there's another peaceful way that not many people even think of...It boils down to the
Journals of the Continental Congress (1:105-113)
which have never been
If money is wanted by Rulers who have in any manner oppressed the People, they may retain it until their grievances are redressed, and thus
peaceably procure relief, without trusting to despised petitions or disturbing the public tranquility.
Since the government is only a "corporate branch" of the Federal Reserve Bank & money is the only thing that corporations crave...
Originally posted by SectionEight
It is a case of rich people pushing their wieght around with their money and not wanting their business printed in the papers, that happens everywhere
around the world and is no way exclusive to the US.
Geee, since it's a hotel, isn't it? A business
open for the purpose of making profits? A commercial enterprise
? Free publicity? Yet
now being publicized for allowing police to hassle reporters, against the 1st Amendment on public property (the city sidewalks) right in front of
Originally posted by loam
This caught my attention:
He also said the arrest followed a signed complaint from the Brown Palace Hotel.
If the hotel management really wants to turn bad publicity into good
publicity, then I'd think they'd rather support
battle against the police in this case...After all, wouldn't such support give the hotel a "better name" than issue additional complaints against
ABC? Sounds like the hotel (mis)management possesses a majorly-maladjusted company "policy" to me.
Ooops! What am I saying?...Of course, the hotel management is afraid that they'll lose more money in the short term by being "overlooked" for more
such "conventions" being held in the hotel, as compared to the long term loss of money due to more of the general public
patronize them in the future...
Originally posted by burdman30ott6
The government is digging themselves a hole here and I don't think they realize it, yet.
Actually, the government has been digging the hole for a long time...Every time they make new laws in opposition to the Constitution & maintain these
laws through fraud, misrepresentation, illegal enforcement practices & lack of full disclosure surrounding their "contracts of hidden adhesion
laws," they increase the risk that the People actually wakes up to the reality hidden behind the illusion. When the general public en mass
reaches a "critical point" about the truth, that hole is going to be big enough to bury all of the criminals in government.
The rest of your post there is pretty well spot on.
Overall, I'm glad to see a "member" of the MSM following up on this...I've started seeing some signs of hope trickling out of the Judiciary Branch
(admittedly, a small trickle) & now it seems there's a trickle of hope with MSM. Or maybe ABC is just looking to increase the bribe it'll take to
roll over & bury that bone they're picking...
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