posted on Jan, 15 2012 @ 01:20 AM
reply to post by mrgregbusybee
Presidential Orders are unconstitutional in my eyes as well. Especially when they only serve to conceal the unjust actions of government from the eyes
of the people. Presidents are always finding loopholes to get around constitutional boundaries. For example, there are many 'privately' funded
organizations within the government that work to serve the commander in chief without having to seek congressional approval. Namely, one of these
organizations is the CIA. The CIA can work in conjunction with select military special forces, and under presidential command, have waged many secret,
illegal wars over the years. The CIA has been involved in many things from false flag operations, which I'm sure you already know, to assassinations
of political figures, to trafficking of drugs for profit. These black budgets that fund these organizations are 'off the radar' and only serve to make
the wealthy even wealthier. Obama, however, has been pushing these boundaries even further with direct military action such as seen in Libya. The
president is only allowed to conduct military operations without congressional approval for no more than 60 days, with a further 30 days allowed for
withdrawal of forces, under the War Powers Resolution. Clinton also ignored this with the bombing of Kosovo. It is becoming more and more obvious over
the years that liberties are being ignored and illegal actions being taken. Our society is a classic example of psychological conditioning, the goal
of which is to slowly integrate Americans to adapt to changes without any sudden cause for alarm. An analogy I use is if you throw a lobster into a
boiling pot of water, it will scream as it dies. But, if you put it in warm water, and slowly raise the temperature, it won't even be aware that it's
dying. That's exactly what's happening with our country. The temperature is slowly being risen. To the people like us who have been fortunate enough
to realize that the mainstream media is not a reliable source for information, and rather a propaganda machine, it seems obvious. But to average
Americans with a 9-5 job who sit down and watch the news at night, that's all they see. It's a sad thing. That's why we're in the position we're in,
but the government can only take away so many rights before people notice. You see all the protests going on now, and it will only get worse as the
government gets too confident. I don't think total control will ever be possible unless people are overpowered by force. From a military standpoint,
most everyone I know wouldn't harm American citizens. We signed up for the opposite reason. However, the militarization of police in the states is
something that needs to be worried about. The training they receive seems to leave them with a dangerous combination of a superiority complex,
weapons, and the side of the (corrupt) law.
Sorry for the long post.
As for adding pictures, go up to "tools" and click the green upload thing that comes up. You can upload a picture there and then just paste the URL
"And that," put in the Director sententiously, "that is the secret of happiness and virtue— liking what you’ve got to do. All conditioning aims
at that: making people like their unescapable social destiny."
- Aldous Huxley 'Brave New World'
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