Thursday, 25 July 2013

The Unspoken Truth: Coup d’etat in America

An unconstitutional government is an illegitimate government. The oath of allegiance requires defense of the Constitution “against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” As the Founding Fathers made clear, the main enemy of the Constitution is the government itself. Power does not like to be bound and tied down and constantly works to free itself from constraints.

The basis of the regime in Washington is nothing but usurped power. The Obama Regime, like the Bush/Cheney Regime, has no legitimacy. Americans are oppressed by an illegitimate government ruling, not by law and the Constitution, but by lies and naked force. Those in government see the US Constitution as a “chain that binds our hands.”

The South African apartheid regime was more legitimate than the regime in Washington. The apartheid Israeli regime in Palestine is more legitimate. The Taliban are more legitimate. Muammar Gaddafi and Saddam Hussein were more legitimate.

The only constitutional protection that the Bush/Obama regime has left standing is the Second Amendment, a meaningless amendment considering the disparity in arms between Washington and what is permitted to the citizenry. No citizen standing with a rifle can protect himself and his family from one of the Department of Homeland Security’s 2,700 tanks, or from a drone, or from a heavily armed SWAT force in body armor.

Like serfs in the dark ages, American citizens can be picked up on the authority of some unknown person in the executive branch and thrown in a dungeon, subject to torture, without any evidence ever being presented to a court or any information to the person’s relatives of his/her whereabouts. Or they can be placed on a list without explanation that curtails their right to travel by air. Every communication of every American, except face-to-face conversation in non-bugged environments, is intercepted and recorded by the National Stasi Agency from which phrases can be strung together to produce a “domestic extremist.”

If throwing an American citizen in a dungeon is too much trouble, the citizen can simply be blown up with a hellfire missile launched from a drone. No explanation is necessary. For the Obama tyrant, the exterminated human being was just a name on a list.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, July 25th, 2013.]


steven andresen said...


I believe the Founders did not think government was the enemy of the Constitution. I think, rather, they thought that the rich and privately powerful were the enemy of the Constitution. The Constitution was a document which created government in such a way as to limit the power that these privately rich and powerful people gain and hold in government. This is why there was a seperation of powers in the Federal Government.

Some people might argue that the Constitution was written in such a way as to preserve the ability of the Rich to Control government despite certain surface restrictions.

I think there is too much evidence about the fear the Founders had of the rich and powerful, or even the possibility of some rule by uneducated masses, to support the claim that the Founders feared government itself.


SpookyOne said...


You make a very good point. I agree.

What we have today appears to be a mafia hijacked Government taken over by various powerful interests.