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The Unspoken Truth: Coup d

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The Unspoken Truth: Coup d?etat in America

 

The American people have suffered a coup d?etat, but they are hesitant to acknowledge it. The regime ruling in Washington today lacks constitutional and legal legitimacy. Americans are ruled by usurpers who claim that the executive branch is above the law and that the US Constitution is a mere ?scrap of paper.?

 

An unconstitutional government is an illegitimate government. The oath of allegiance requires defense of the Constitution ?against all enemies, foreign and domestic.? As the Founding Fathers made clear, the main enemy of the Constitution is the government itself. Power does not like to be bound and tied down and constantly works to free itself from constraints.

 

The basis of the regime in Washington is nothing but usurped power. The Obama Regime, like the Bush/Cheney Regime, has no legitimacy. Americans are oppressed by an illegitimate government ruling, not by law and the Constitution, but by lies and naked force. Those in government see the US Constitution as a ?chain that binds our hands.?

 

Continued...

 

BONUS:

 

Role Reversal: How the US Became the USSR

America: Super-Bully Nation

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We have ourselves to blame for this - we reap what we sow. If we were more concerned on the issues plaguing our country today we wouldn't have allowed corporations "personhood" status, we wouldn't let them strip away our liberties, our right to privacy, and we wouldn't lock people up in Gitmo for 10+ years without some sort of due process or a trial of any sort. We're more concerned with the persons ability to sweet talk us, tell us what we want to hear, and never follow through with what they say. We put these people in power so we have only ourselves to blame for all of this.

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I thought America was a theocracy. Or is it idiocracy? Wait, same thing.

 

 

Who is Paul Craig Roberts?

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The problems in the US can be summed up in 2 sentences

 

Aggressive corporatism.

 

Allowing the government to aggressively erode freedoms due to fear since 9/11.

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The problems in the US can be summed up in 2 sentences

 

Aggressive corporatism.

 

Allowing the government to aggressively erode freedoms due to fear since 9/11.

I think you are absolutely correct. It's probably gone too far to stop now, too.

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We have ourselves to blame for this - we reap what we sow. If we were more concerned on the issues plaguing our country today we wouldn't have allowed corporations "personhood" status, we wouldn't let them strip away our liberties, our right to privacy, and we wouldn't lock people up in Gitmo for 10+ years without some sort of due process or a trial of any sort. We're more concerned with the persons ability to sweet talk us, tell us what we want to hear, and never follow through with what they say. We put these people in power so we have only ourselves to blame for all of this.

In part, yes. I think the issue came in the primaries the most. As for the current administration, the main opposition was just as bad if not worse. We can't let these fools win the primaries, but as much as people like to run their mouths about how bad one person is or another, a lot are too lazy to actually do anything or even go vote, especially in the primaries. We do bring it upon ourselves to an extent, but in our defense, the democratic and republican parties are both obliterating campaigning laws to give themselves advantages and to push who they want. Our entire government has been a scam for a while. Vote how you like, if they want something to pass, they won't even offer it up for public discussion.

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The idea to convert American citizen mindset into pre-American independence style of governmentship:

Peoples are exist for their Ruling Elites and not the other way around!

 

That was the case centuries before American independence, from British Royalties, European monarchs, North African kings, African chieftain, Islamic Caliphate, South Asians Kings, Russian Empire, Chinese Emperors, Japanese Emperor/Shogunate.

Heck, even the newer Communist/Socialist are abide to this mindset despite of their propaganda. (ask commie Chinese & Soviet)

 

In that regard American's Founding Fathers are considered to be weirdos as they dare to oppose centuries of 'norm'.

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