Read It and Bawl

If you have not read this, I suggest you hurry up and do just that.

Goodbye, Fourth Amendment

THE SUPREME Court of Indiana ruled
last week
that “a right to resist an unlawful police entry into a  home is against public policy and is incompatible with modern Fourth Amendment jurisprudence.” In other words, if police break in your door without a warrant, either let them in or go to jail for resisting and try to prove yourself innocent later.

This ruling overturns common law dating back nearly 800 years, to the English Magna Carta of 1215. It effectively strikes down the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. And with the development of new high-tech surveillance tools, we’re coming very close to the total surveillance state described in 1984, Eagle Eye, and Enemy of the State. (Taken from some place I can’t remember or find. . . Sorry.)


Fourth Amendment:
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

For all intents and purposes, this right is now gone, and we as a body of U.S. citizens are dead in the water.  Welcome to ‘big government will take care of me from Cradle to Grave,’ and the ‘police state.’  By allowing government agencies to ‘protect’ us from drug lords, pedophiles, murderers, etc., we must accept intrusive search and seizure.  Why?  What judge said that was necessary?  Who gave an oath or affirmed that such tactics were the only means to gain access to information?  Who passed legislature rendering the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution null and void.  Who authorized the police, FBI, S.W.A.T. teams, TSA, etc., the right to search, seize, violate my body, my private documents, my private possessions and then haul me off to jail, put me on a no-fly list, and brand me a dangerous person if I dare to protest?

Who indeed?  A rogue, tyrannical government that uses the Hegelian Dialectic to get their way.  Their way meaning the New World Order. We are almost at that point of no return.  Benjamin Franklin warned against just such men when he said, “Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”

Why is it important to understand the Hegelian Dialectic?  Because it is the process by which all change is being accomplished in our society today.  It is the tool used by the globalists to manipulate the hearts and minds of the average American.  To trick the
U.S. citizens to accept changes which would normally be refused totally and completely.  Read the rest of this interesting article, and learn why this is so very dangerous to our freedom, liberty, our constitution, and our hope for the future:

And now on a similar situation, we have a pack of spineless Texas Senators who caved when the U.S. District Attorney John Murphy sent a letter telling the Senate that they better ‘kill the bill or else.’  What bill was that?  H.B. 1937 that would have stopped the TSA from invasive groping practices and making them liable to prosecution if they violated this Texas law.

Mr. John Murphy simply threatened the Senate with TSA flight cancellations if that body of goons couldn’t vouch for the safety of all passengers.  Essential liberties pitched for temporary safety, and the Hegelian Dialectic in full regalia.  Right here in the State of Texas.

All that and a bag of chips too!  My oh My!  My dander flew yesterday, and I gave my Senator and Representative’s office staff an ear full.

But, it is too late.  The Texas Legislature session for 2011 ended yesterday.  The next session will be convened in 2013.  Never mind that  Governor Perry could, if he wanted to, call a special session. . .  Wonder what it would take to make him ‘want to?’  A better question might be, would Lt. Governor Dewhurst balk and play a game of chicken, leaving the state with a train wreck?

Ah life!  Ah freedom, liberty, security. . .  Succumbed to yet another semi quasi Hegelian Dialectic.  Thank you Senator Dewhurst!


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