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  • xraythrives xraythrives Dec 28, 2012 12:32 PM Flag

    Great news- I've figured out how to fix government

    It is not the quantity it is the quality of the citizenry.

    In response to one of Moses posts, the constitution would of course be part of the algorithm as would all the standing supreme court decisions, good and bad.

    Of course this is an exercise in pure pipe dream fantasy but does anyone think it could be any worse than what we have now?
    And the human element is still left in place to a small degree. And we can name it anything but Hal.

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    • Thanks for the mention, lol.

      When did the Supreme Court become the sole interpreter of the Constitution? It wasn't always that way...you cannot find that authority either... even after the Constitution was ratified. Check out Chisolm v. Georgia where the State of Georgia told the federal courts where to stick it and threatened to lock up and hang any federal enforcers 'by the neck until dead'.

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      • An interview was listened to last night in which the guest, Mike Adams, spokesman for Natural News, claimed there was ongoing purging on the Internet website, Facebook, in violation of protected free speech if statements were made that the Facebook censors found politically unacceptable.

        Of the examples given a Mohandas Gandhi quote: "Among the many misdeeds of British rule in India, history will look upon the Act depriving a whole nation of arms as the blackest." - Mohandas Gandhi, an Autobiography, page 446.

        “…This historical quote was apparently too much for Facebook's censors to bear. They suspended our account and gave us a "final warning" that one more violation of their so-called "community guidelines" would result in our account being permanently deactivated. …”

        It has become apparent, at least from the perspective of those behind this screen name, that Huyuu is engaging in the same practices, albeit less direct. An example would be given, except for the fact that the time spent on this post would likely be deleted.

        Your reference, “…Check out Chisolm v. Georgia where the State of Georgia told the federal courts where to stick it and threatened to lock up and hang any federal enforcers 'by the neck until dead' …” may become the only option to place enough fear in the remaining violators that their attention will be directed towards support for the US Constitution, as understood by all of us that are not part of the “ineptocracy”.

        It is a legal course of action by a state in support of the US Constitution, and a statement by the Founders concerning the responsibilities of the citizenry to protect their liberty. And, yes, you are correct. This must begin by addressing banksterism, which is at the heart of all corruption. Unfortunately this rarely is spoken about by most mass media hosts, including the one that aired the Facebook issue. This gives the appearance of extreme fear that attacking banksterism will result, also, in the suspension of broadcast licensing or the withdrawal of all advertising revenue emitting from bankster allied sources, effectively becoming a sledge hammer against free speech.

 
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