March 20, 2019

Not Your Grandfather’s America…Or is it?

Facebook and Youtube are instruments of destruction put in place, created by, or at least allowed to operate by your U.S. Federal Government. Since their inceptions, we continuously experience both entities exercising censorship on any subject matter they deem “inappropriate.” The argument does exist as to whether these “companies” have a lawful right to become censors, limiting what some would describe as their freedom of speech, among some other “freedoms” that might require a bit of imagination.

It would be in the best interest of all if everyone just stopped enabling these fascists/totalitarians and abandoned the use of their censored media platforms that are slowly becoming a form of sterilized, well-controlled propaganda, complete with censorship based on their ideology.

In 1798, the U.S. Congress passed and was signed by President John Adams, the Alien and Sedition Acts. Consequently, because President Adam signed these bills, it ultimately deterred him from serving a second term. At least the people disliked and objected to such governmental censorship and control.

From Wiki it states the following: “The Alien and Sedition Acts were four bills passed by the Federalist-dominated 5th United States Congress and signed into law by President John Adams in 1798. They made it harder for an immigrant to become a citizen (Naturalization Act), allowed the president to imprison and deport non-citizens who were deemed dangerous (Alien Friends Act of 1798) or who were from a hostile nation (Alien Enemy Act of 1798), and criminalized making false statements that were critical of the federal government (Sedition Act of 1798).” (emboldening added)

Sedition is defined as: “conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch.”

This action has continued in one form or another since that time. The Sedition Act of 1918 was signed into law by then-President Woodrow Wilson (no surprise). This Act: “…extended the Espionage Act of 1917 to cover a broader range of offenses, notably speech and the expression of opinion that cast the government or the war effort in a negative light…” (emboldening added)

In modern times, often the destruction of our rights is accomplished through the passage of National Defense Authorization Acts in which power is granted to the president and/or Congress to do just about anything they want to do so long as it is determined to be in the best interest of National Security (wink-wink); Bill of Rights be damned!!

So is it wrong or illegal for Facebook and Youtube, as well as others, through their “terms of policy” (changed with every political ideology that crosses their path) censor your thought of right to “free speech?” Your guess is as good as mine.

Most people, at least that are affected by censorship, would say it is a violation of their rights. That’s mostly because they think they have them. Those promoting censorship and limiting rights do it to further their political and social ideology until their own actions come back to bite them on the ass.

We have no “rights” when it comes to anything listed within the Bill of Rights. That total listing is incorrectly labeled as a bill of rights. It has always been a bill of privileges meted out and taken back in the fashion that Government deems appropriate.

Anger is being expressed under the false pretenses that some believe they have a right to keep and bear arms, a right to free speech, a right to protest, a right to religious worship, etc. Perhaps years ago when my father and grandfather were alive, rights we more easily tolerated because people were taught to respect the wishes and chosen lifestyles of other people. That doesn’t exist in this angry society. Hate is everywhere. Fear controls everything. Insanity rules. Insane people in positions of authority are dictating their subjective terms of mental illness. All of this contributes to totalitarian operations like Facebook and Youtube and all other social media platforms to determine themselves to be lords of who can say what, when, where, and how. AND YOU LOVE IT! YOU’RE ADDICTED TO IT!

Whether you want to accept the fact that both Facebook and Youtube are government operations matters not to me. Because they are, they will continue to operate in the exact same fashion as your government. They will censor you and squash any seditious activity that makes them look bad or that might in any way threaten their power base. They have that power because they gave themselves that power. You had no say over any of it. Wake up!!

Bitch and complain all you want. I know I will. The staggering truth is you and I are basically helpless in fighting against the direction this country is headed. You may kid yourself but you cannot correct a rigged system by working within that rigged system thinking it will change anything.

Soon my words will be censored because I refuse to speak of the operations of the U. S. Government as anything but contrary to my best interests; that I can be a free person, that I can exercise my inalienable right to Life, Liberty, and Property. I’ll shut my mouth as soon as you leave me alone.

The road ahead looks very bumpy.

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Ted Cruz’s Father Gives Speech

This video of a speech by Ted Cruz’s father is interesting on many levels.

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Black Conservatives Unimpressed, Unchanged by Obama’s Muddled Syria Speech

Peacenik President and Staff Out of Depth in Test of Strategic Prowess, Project 21 Members Say

Washington, DC – With President Barack Obama trying to make the case tonight for fulfilling his red-line demands on the Syrian regime of Bashir al-Assad, members of the Project 21 black leadership network remain unconvinced that the Nobel Peace Prize-winner possesses the authority and the justification to properly handle this foreign policy nightmare of his own making.

“President Obama’s speech this evening lacked a logical reasoning for what to do about Syria even though he has declared it a national priority,” said Project 21’s Kevin Martin , a Navy veteran. “Obama sold himself in 2008 as the candidate of peace. As president — due to an obviously total lack of understanding, absence of leadership and confusion about the Syrian civil war and world politics — he justified launching a military strike that will only likely strengthen the hand of our enemies and paint us into a corner. Simultaneously, he is clutching a half-baked plan proffered by people we shouldn’t trust. Polls show Americans are overwhelmingly weary of war and see no good coming from fortifying forces whom may follow the same radical terrorists who raided our consulate and killed Americans in Libya a year ago.”

As Obama prepared to make this address to the nation, major polls showed overwhelming opposition among the American people to military action against Syria, with even larger numbers of people unsure of what Obama hoped to achieve through such action. And with the possibility of the deal brokered by Russia, similar numbers of Americans polled by CNN say they don’t know if they can trust the Russians.

“While President Obama laid out a coherent argument for military action for the very first time since the Sarin attacks occurred, one very obvious point was never made: That an opportunity for a peaceful solution negates the need for America to get involved at all,” said Project 21’s Stacy Washington, a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. “A true leader would do everything within his power to broker that peaceful agreement. It’s not lost on me that he tried to play to the hawks in the Republican Party, which will not work. Maintaining a strong military to protect the United States has nothing whatsoever to do with this particular request. Americans will not change their minds based on this plea from President Obama.”

Obama abruptly changed tonight’s speech from more than making the case for military action against the Syrian government to asking Congress to hold off on a resolution he once demanded to justify such action. For the short-term, he is holding out hope for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s proposal that Syria surrender all of its chemical weapons to international authorities (a suggestion American Secretary of State John Kerry previously mentioned and then immediately dismissed as unworkable). Syrian officials are also now suggesting they will sign the United Nations Chemical Weapons Convention. Putin has also said that the deal would require Obama to swear off any military action – something that Obama refused to do during his address.

“In Syria, we have a clear, unquestionable attack by a dying administration desperate to hold to a power no longer holding consent of its governed. It is unfortunate that President Obama, after repeatedly-and correctly-stating his authority to employ the American military against a clear threat, now seems to remind the nation of his self-appointed status as an anti-war president instead of taking the necessary actions of punishing those guilty of the most terrible of war crimes,” said Project 21’s Coby Dillard , a Navy veteran. “President Obama’s actions – or lack thereof – highlight the failure of modern liberalism; an ideology that believes that evil can, with the help of the international community, be asked out of existence. Trusting the Syrian leadership is no more a fool’s errand than trusting Saddam Hussein was during his repeated violations of U.N. resolutions and sanctions. In the prosecution of those who would use weapons of mass destruction, the United States is the only nation that is able to ensure these weapons are not used as first strike options or in the hands of the world’s most ruthless leaders. President Obama’s failure to act not only lessens our credibility, but dishonorable those who serve under his command.”

“Americans are not against U.S. involvement because they are minimizing the atrocities in Syria, but because they aren’t convinced of the nobility of the rebels or the virtue of their intentions,” said Project 21’s Derryck Green “Many Americans lack faith and trust in the moral decision-making of President Obama. They still have questions regarding the Libyan debacle of just a year ago. Americans still question why Obama didn’t support the ‘Green Revolution’ in Iran in 2009. They note how the President publicly called for the removal of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt in a shortsighted and naive attempt to further an ‘Arab Spring’ which only empowered the Muslim Brotherhood. Trying to be on both sides, this speech will do very little to change American hearts and minds, the politics of acting or not acting or the perception of Obama as a credible leader on the world stage. And it will not deter Bashar al-Assad from continuing his slaughter.”

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Tonight at 9:01, Play BULLSHIT BINGO!!

Playing is simple and free. Simply print out a copy of your BULLSHIT BINGO card.

Follow the rules for fun, drama, and excitement as someone yells out, BULLSHIT!

BULLSHIT BINGO rules:

1. Before Barrack Obama’s next televised speech, print your “Bullshit Bingo”
2. Check off the appropriate block when you hear one of those words/phrases.
3. When you get five blocks horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, stand up and shout “BULLSHIT!”

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Tip: Save your BULLSHIT BINGO card for all rare, but future addresses by President Obama. Three more years of this.

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