We asked you to contemplate whether the time had come to declare the federal “government” a criminal entity and to withdraw allegiance from it. We asked you to consider discussing this question with your friends...
- The NSA is spying on you and sharing this information with the DEA
- The DEA is then sharing this information with local law enforcement
- Law enforcement is hiding where the evidence came from
- This means you cannot effectively challenge the evidence in court
You now know this to be untrue. It’s just one more lie. So let me ask you ...
At what point does our so-called government cease to be legitimate? At what point do we declare it to be a criminal entity?
I no longer consider the federal “government” to have any legitimate authority. A long train of abuses and usurpations persuades my conscience that it has become a criminal enterprise. In the future I will submit to it out of fear rather than allegiance. Here’s part of why I feel this way ...
- NSA spying
- Fat-cat bailouts at taxpayer expense
- Missing weapons of mass destruction in Iraq
- Massive counterfeiting by the Federal Reserve
- Acts of torture committed in your name
- Indefinite detention under NDAA provisions
- Illegal wars
- IRS targeting of political opponents
- Drone attacks on foreign civilians
- The largest, national incarceration rate on the planet
- Assassinating Americans
- Obamacare imposed against the will of the people
- Illegal gun-running in Operation Fast & Furious
- When have you had enough?
- When have your friends had enough?
Other people are having similar thoughts. While you may disagree with some elements of these articles (we do), you may still find it valuable to read ...
- Claire Wolfe, who writes, “...millions... have been edging for years toward the realization that something’s terribly, terribly wrong.”
- Paul Craig Roberts, who declares that, “Americans are oppressed by an illegitimate government ruling, not by law and the Constitution, but by lies and naked force.”
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