How many times have we heard this:
“America is a nation of laws, not men.”
Me, I’ve heard it about 20 billion times. Every time we hear it or someone says it (or we say it ourselves), our mind control is supposed to kick in. You know, the mind control that says judges aren’t corrupt, they follow precedent, courts are accessible to the people, all is fair and impartial, etc.
That’s never been true. Or if it has, it’s been the exception, not the rule. The way it really works is just the opposite of the above:
“America is a nation of men, not laws.”
“Cecily McMillan is an Occupy protester who was seized from behind by a goon thug cop–a goon thug with a long record of abuse of authority–by her boobs. One was badly bruised. Cecily McMillan’s elbow reflexively and instinctively came up, and Cecily was arrested for assaulting a goon thug. The goon thug was not arrested for sexually assaulting a young woman.
False arrests of this sort are common in the US. Indeed, they are more common than justified arrests. The police and the courts are completely corrupted institutions that reek of injustice and evil.
Cecily was locked up in Rikers Island without bail by the judge who sees his role as protecting the abuse of police and prosecutorial power. The judge would not allow evidence in behalf of Cecily to be presented to the jury.“
Why was evidence that would’ve proved McMillan’s innocence kept from the jury? Because America is a nation of men, not of laws. As such, no one is allowed to protect themselves. No one is allowed to protest. No one is allowed to act contrary to the mind control. Not without paying a heavy price.
And so, we’ve fallen under a sort of “soft” martial law–that is, martial law is essentially in effect, it’s just unannounced and selectively enforced. Roberts’ conclusion is spot-on:
“…justice is no longer the purpose of US law and it is no longer thought necessary for the US government to be accountable to law. To insouciant Americans these might seem like extreme statements, but the conclusion is unavoidable.
In the United States there is no longer law. There is only retribution. Cecily McMillan by her non-violent protest against the looting of America and the world by Wall Street became ‘an enemy of the people.’ The ‘people,’ of course, are the one percent. The 99 percent do not count.”
What do we do about this, my friends? I’m not really sure, but it’s high time we figured something out.
Essentially, freedom has become illegal. They’re taking liberties with our liberties. They’re turning us into outlaws…