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[Cryptography] A humble recommendation



On Wed, 6 Apr 2016 14:43:42 -0500
Xer0Dynamite <[email protected]> wrote:

> On 4/6/16, Rayzer <[email protected]> wrote:
> > Xer0Dynamite wrote:
> >> The solution for fixing the State of America (which is the first
> >> domino in the chain) is to remember that the American Revolution
> >> fought for the same ideals
> >
> > That's nice except, despite vicious rumors to the contrary
> > indoctrinated in 'Mericans by the mind modification programs they
> > call "Schools", there was no "American Revolution". Revolutions are
> > based on ideologies. Greed is not an ideology.
> 
> No, the American Revolution was fought to bring the colonies
> independence from tyranny

	LMAO!!!!

	There was no revolution. There was a coup d'etat carried by the
	worst shitbags on the planet, who replaced british 'tyranny'
	with their own. Notice how even  the british psychos abolished
	slavery before the americunts. 


> and instigated by the Boston Tea Party
> incident and the Declaration of Independence.  The latter is good to
> re-read to see very pointedly the ideals held.
> 
> > Any simple perusal of the Constitution shows
> > it is about trade relations between the states, and nations, and
> > private property rights, to the advantage of a microscopic
> > percentage of the people on the continent at that time, and perhaps
> > moreso now.
> 
> That may be your interpretation, but given the foundation of "which it
> stands" and by the letter of the Law, you have tremendous advantage
> you can leverage on you, the individual's, behalf--regardless of how
> corrupt various Legislative acts have made the Law as it stands today.
> Remember the Bar Association is an unconstitutional monopoly that has
> intimidated people out of their own rights by convincing them that the
> law belongs to them.  Not so.  Even if they argue that they wrote a
> Law, it is up to the elected Official to enforce it AND the Court to
> uphold it as obeying the SPIRIT of the law (not the LETTER).
> 
> Constitutionally, police have no power EXCEPT as authorized by your
> elected leader.  They are not mentioned at all in the Constitution.
> Frankly, the whole federal government is a mess, and if you get
> arrested for some heinous crime like copying data from a corporate
> server somewhere, you need to point out that the federal executive
> branch (which would be probably doing the arrest) is a schizoid,
> psychotic mess and should not be trusted.  (To wit:  the "Department
> of Justice".... under.... the Executive Branch. WTF?  Issues of
> Justice are handled by the Judicial BRANCH.  It's not up to the
> Executive to decide that they're executing Justice.)
> 
> > The Bill of Rights is for the rest of us, and it was hard fought,
> > almost causing the Constitution to have never been signed at all
> > when delegations began following Pennsylvania's lead, and also
> > considered walking out. ... and ever since those documents were
> > signed the people who hold power have strengthened THEIR rights
> > (the constitution) and weakened ours (the so-called Bill of Rights)
> 
> Don't believe it.  The rights remain among the People and no Court is
> going to be able to argue otherwise.  The Left has GIVEN away power,
> mostly to media (do you question the veracity of national news?),
> which is why the Internet is so important.