Friday, March 8, 2013

Tyrants Without Wisdom or Sanity

The U.S. government does not believe that individuals can do anything that they don't know about, including privates sales of anything to one another. They do not understand the American system of government nor do they grasp the Constitution. The only right that is ceded to them is the right to regulate commerce between the States and that is simply to make sure it all goes smoothly. The Founding Fathers gave them just one right under the Constitution and they have leveraged it over 200 years to interpret it to give them absolute tyranny over the mass, air, water and sound that travels within the borders of the nation at first and then extended it to the entire planet.

All psychotic personalities hate the idea of anybody but them having any inherent dignity or right to privacy in their own affairs. They're not the real weirdos, however. The real weirdos are the ordinary sapiens who instinctively feel they have an inherent right to this kind of power. That is manifestly weird.

The real treason is in the elected officials who have made virtually no effort to stop any of this. They are worse than the chattering degenerates of the late era Roman Senate.

U.S government has already dropped the Bill of Rights from the legal system. Annoying troublemaking clause by the peasants, unnecessary in a bold new world of edjamafacashun. 

Peasants need to keep generating tax revenues and the government need not tell them anything of their own conduct.

Rulers outlaw booing or negative reactions in Town Hall. Nero and his violin would applaud their brave initiative.

Snore. Pushing the establishment of Stalin-style registries in America. A bolshevist never changes.

Feinstein thinks PTSD is only a recent phenomenon from the Iran War. The entire generation of World War I came home and screamed themselves to sleep for twenty years. I could write everything this woman knows about human history on the back of a postage stamp and have room for the entire Constitution. Bolshevist moron knows any revolutions usually start with veterans because they are not scared of the government any more and realize how full of crap they are. Feinstein shows clear evidence of the beginnings of dementia and early senility. Do we have Alzenheimer's patients drafting legislation now?


njartist said...

I have come to consider Washington D.C. rogue city-state preying on a nation it has in a death grip.

Edward said...

Reminds me of this quote from Terry Pratchett.

Royalty was like dandelions. No matter how many heads you chopped off, the roots were still there underground, waiting to spring up again.

It seemed to be a chronic disease. It was as if even the most intelligent person had this little blank spot in their heads where someone had written: “Kings. What a good idea.” Whoever had created humanity had left in a major design flaw. It was its tendency to bend at the knees.