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How To Take Back America From The Government

Postby WaTcHeR » 27 Jul 2008, Sun 11:46 pm

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"Cops that lie, need to die!" A police officer that lies to get an arrest or send someone to prison should be shot.

"In the U.S., a cop with a gun can commit the most heinous crime and be given the benefit of the doubt."

"The U.S. Government does not have rights, it has privileges delegated to it by the people."
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Postby WaTcHeR » 28 Jul 2008, Mon 1:12 am

This a very dangerous video to be watched, the government will not to kindly to the public viewing and doing what's in the video.

In America you probably have approximately one million police officers. I'm not sure on my numbers if that count includes all agencies like the Federal government. So let's add another million of law enforcement officers? So that's approximately two million law enforcement agencies employees in America. I'm not sure how many sworn soldiers to the government there is "Army, Navy and Air Force." So of a population of 300 Million citizens in the United States we have only two Million law enforcement officers. Law enforcement consist of less than 1% of the population! This is small number of people to go up against if the need ever arose.

Know the law! The people created the Constitution, the constitution created the government and the government created the police. "We the people of the United States of America," have more power than the government, that's the way it's always has meant to be!

In the video the speaker mentioned about people inditing someone before a "Grand Jury," by bypassing the "law" and getting a case to heard by a Grand Jury and be able to go to court so that the case can be heard before a jury it's true! Read here about "Man takes law into his own hands and wins!"

http://www.policecrimes.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4797


Those who don't know what the definition of "Socialism or National Socialism...

Definition of socialism:

* a political theory advocating state ownership of industry
* an economic system based on state ownership of capital

Definition of National Socialism is:

National Socialism commonly called Nazism, German political movement initiated in 1920 with the organization of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, or NSDAP), also called the Nazi Party. The movement culminated in the establishment of the Third Reich, the totalitarian German state led by the dictator Adolf Hitler from 1933 to 1945.

If you would like a little better understanding of Socialism and how it's already started in America, you can go to this link and read and watch the two videos...

http://www.policecrimes.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4788


If anyone doesn't know what "Sovereignty" means:

Sovereignty is the exclusive right to have control over an area of governance, people, or oneself. A sovereign is the supreme lawmaking authority. Enlightenment philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau, in Book III, Chapter III of his 1762 treatise Of the Social Contract, argued, "the growth of the State giving the trustees of public authority more and means to abuse their power, the more the Government has to have force to contain the people, the more force the Sovereign should have in turn in order to contain the Government," with the understanding that the Sovereign is "a collective being" (Book II, Chapter I) resulting from "the general will" of the people, and that "what any man, whoever he may be, orders on his own, is not a law" (Book II, Chapter VI) – and furthermore predicated on the assumption that the people have an unbiased means by which to ascertain the general will. Thus the legal maxim, "there is no law without a sovereign."

A more formal distinction is whether the law is held to be sovereign, which constitutes a true state of law: the letter of the law (if constitutionally correct) is applicable and enforceable, even when against the political will of the nation, as long as not formally changed following the constitutional procedure. Strictly speaking, any deviation from this principle constitutes a revolution or a coup d'état, regardless of the intentions.

Popular sovereignty: Popular sovereignty or the sovereignty of the people is the belief that the legitimacy of the state is created by the will or consent of its people, who are the source of all political power. It is closely associated to the social contract philosophers, among whom are Thomas Hobbes, John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Popular sovereignty expresses a concept and does not necessarily reflect or describe a political reality.[1]

James Wilson discussed this concept as a delegate in Pennsylvania's ratifying convention for the Federal Constitution in 1787. He noted that in America sovereignty "resides in the PEOPLE, as the fountain of government" and that "the supreme, absolute, and uncontrollable power remains in the people." [2] Six years later Chief Justice John Jay referred to the same idea in Chisholm v.Georgia, 2 U.S. 419 at 471 (1793) when he observed that after the revolution in America, "sovereignty devolved on the people," who "truly" became "the sovereigns of the country."
"Cops that lie, need to die!" A police officer that lies to get an arrest or send someone to prison should be shot.

"In the U.S., a cop with a gun can commit the most heinous crime and be given the benefit of the doubt."

"The U.S. Government does not have rights, it has privileges delegated to it by the people."
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