The Rule Of Law Is Dead! It Died With The Constitution

If you are one of those who still hasn’t accepted the reality that both the constitution and the rule of law are dead, then understand this: this story — and any story about your rulers exempting themselves from the laws they force on the rest of us — is the epitome of tyranny:

Government Officials Can Still Own Assault Weapons Under Feinstein Bill

Weapons used by government officials and law enforcement will not be prohibited by the law proposed by the California Democrat, which would prohibit the sale, manufacture and importation of 158 specifically named semi-automatic weapons and ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds. Any weapons legally owned before the bill’s enactment would also be exempt, although those firearms would have to be registered in a national database.

If you were to actually read what our founding fathers wrote about how the government they constructed was intended to work, you would consistently run across words to the effect of:

“They will not vote a rod against themselves.”

You see, our founders never envisioned a time when Congress would pass a law that exempted them or any one else in the government from the effects of that law because the founders never gave Congress the authority to do so!  Read the Federalist and Anti-Federalist papers.  Read Madison’s notes on the Second Constitutional Convention.  Read the letters that were exchanged between our founders.  Don’t read the history books written by these subversive progressive professors.  They are revisionist propagandists.  The truth is nowhere to be found in them: lying is the very nature of the trade they pedal.  Read the actual documents.  They exist, and with the Internet, they are easily obtained.  Read and learn just how far we’ve strayed from the principles and ideals of individual natural rights protected by the rule of constitutional law.

Read!  Read and learn!  For only when you read and learn will you ever know — really know.  And only when you really know can you understand the principles of liberty.  And, if you read our founders own words — the words they penned by their own hands — you will also find that the ideals and principles they put into practice were not new.  they were not their own, but they were taken from what Franklin called “those ancient texts, by which, I mean the scriptures.” Our founders call to us through the echoed halls of time.  They tell us today where they found the principles they penned into our Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution.  You need but read to hear them.  Read!

Again, from “that little known book” I own:

Madison claimed to have found the three fundamental parts of good government in Isaiah 33:22 and he offered them to the convention:

  “For the LORD is our judge, the LORD is our lawgiver, the LORD is our king; He will save us.”

 Madison’s argued that this scripture provided a separation of the three basic parts of good government: the Presidency (king), the Legislature (Law giver) and Judiciary (judge).  In the course of debating Madison’s proposal, the delegation decided that these three branches of government should be separate and equal, so as to provide a structural “checks-and-balances” against any one branch abusing its authority and, thus, encroaching upon the rights and liberties of the individual citizen.

If you read, you will learn; if you learn, you will understand; and if you understand, you will find than man’s liberty is rooted in the teachings of God, and only by adhering to those principles can man be free or a free and self-governing society be maintained.  And chief among those principles is that the ruler is never exempt from the laws of the land, nor shall he ever seek to exempt himself.

If we are to salvage anything of our founders’ nation, we must start here:

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Because these stories are starting to hit the pop-culture media as well as The Ministry of Truth (a.k.a. the “main Stream Media”) with alarming frequency — because this is how they shape and direct public opinion:

CBS Runs Segments Called “Let’s Give Up on the Constitution”

From Georgetown law professor Louis Michael Seidman:

I’ve got a simple idea: Let’s give up on the Constitution. I know, it sounds radical, but it’s really not. Constitutional disobedience is as American as apple pie. For example, most of our greatest Presidents — Jefferson, Lincoln, Wilson, and both Roosevelts — had doubts about the Constitution, and many of them disobeyed it when it got in their way.

Note: this “law professor” doesn’t tell you that we are still suffering today for every one of the transgressions those Presidents made.  Yet, here she is: making the case to abandon any pretense to the civil rule of law and advocating for a return to the rule of man — to tyranny.

Do you still doubt me?  They are going to take over and you are going to wake up in an Orwellian hell.  Please, please, read, learn and understand that the only path out of this mess is to follow the Way, the Truth and the Light.

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3 thoughts on “The Rule Of Law Is Dead! It Died With The Constitution

    • Chhelo,

      I’m with you. After all, the man who led the movement that was prepared to “eliminate” as many as 25 million Americans after they take over is one of Obama’s closest advisers, and he has openly stated he doesn’t regret the stance of his youth: he regrets not doing more. SO I would assume it is safe to conclude this attitude is part of the Obama Administration — only, that 10% would now equate to more than 30 million Americans who would need to be “liquidated” because we will not “re-program.”

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