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[Cryptography] A humble recommendation



No, you are being manipulated to giving up on your own legal system.
There is no mention of tyranny in the early colonies, not by blacks,
whites, nor the red man.

Consider this though:  do you think the Black population has cared
about the Indian when they celebrate "Black History Month" with all
their singing and celebration?

It's all theatre.

\0xD

On 4/6/16, juan <[email protected]> wrote:
> 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.
>
>