posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:30 PM
Originally posted by Danbones
there is a snake that eats eggs
it unhinges its jaw and incrementally swallows the egg, which is much bigger then the snake.
then sucks out the good stuff
spits out the shell
"incrementally" being the key word
"sucks out the good stuff and spits out the shell" being the final goal and end result
edit on 21-4-2013 by Danbones because: (no reason
That's a good issue you bring up.
Really the only way to undo this incremental slide into tyranny, is an equal incremental climb towards freedom.
As anyone knows, you cannot change the entire world over night. It's simply not reasonable. However over a period of years and decades, massive
changes can be seen to have occurred.
So what we need to establish and enact, is the beginning of the reversal.
We will need to go through all of our statutory laws (thousands of them) and begin eliminating as many of them as possible.
By restoring a legal system that has as few laws as possible that cover all actual crimes (harming liberty of someone else), there will be no need for
expensive lawyers and the legal system will not be able to control and milk society any longer. Instead, society will control and use the legal system
to seek justice as it was originally intended.
As it is now, the only way to get justice is to have a ton of $$$ to buy it from a high priced legal team.
Of course as the events at Boston reveal, there are far more problems in our government than our mere legal system itself. Our executive branch
agencies appear to be heavily funded and heavily equipped with powerful weaponry. And they appear more than happy and willing to walk down the streets
of the USA pointing it at innocent civilians.
So another aspect we will need to address is cutting the funding off from these extremely dangerous agenda-driven executive branch agencies. They play
politics way too much and use their police power to trample their political opponents. (Which is organized criminal activity technically as many
actual laws are being broken).