The Corporate Puppet Masters Are At War Against The American Public!
By Christopher Parham
Aug. 12. 2012.
Law enforcement across the nation has been perverted into standing armies waging WAR against their own countrymen! Appearing as garrisons throughout the nation; they commit civil atrocities. By commissioning the American People to commit felonies (sell them drugs) on behalf of the state! Law enforcement throughout the nation has been doing this for decades! In the so called “war against drugs”. When in fact, it is an insidious war against the People.
It is unlawful for ANYONE (especially the state) to attempt to commission an individual to commit a felony! The blind ignorance of those in our highest offices has lead to this catastrophic miscarriage of justice! Therefore, all convictions based under these circumstances are unjust, unconstitutional, and illegal!
Furthermore, through prohibition legislation proliferating felony convictions. The United States government is effectively, and by slow operations, disarming the People of all rights. Thus, converting its citizens into servants of the state!
In addition, major corporations such as Coca Cola, Pepsi Cola, R.J Reynolds, Philip Morris, and Anheuser Busch are in the business of creating an addictive society. Furthermore, you are influenced by your environment. It is no coincidence cop shows and drug commercials has flooded our national airwaves. Not to mention the drug stores sprouting up across the nation like potatoes. Those with the gold have created an addictive society. By introducing drugs to the national consciousness.
This is an outrage, a national tragedy, and an act of WAR!!! The state is petitioning its citizens to sell drugs on its behalf! In order to suppress the People, generate revenue, and support an industry based upon crime!!! I weep for my countries liberties.
When I confronted local law enforcement with the fact that they have been commissioning the American People to commit felonies (sell them drugs) on behalf of the state. I was told “that is a major grievance. This is going all the way to the United States Supreme Court.” I was further told “this is going to cause a judicial crisis.”
I cannot believe no one has figured this out!!! Not even those in our highest offices!!! It is against the law for anyone to attempt to commission an individual to commit a felony. Yet, law enforcement across the nation has been doing this for decades on behalf of the state. This is an outrage, a national tragedy, and an act of WAR!!!
I am left with the conclusion, now beyond the shadow of a doubt. That the war against drugs, and the war against terror, are both insidious wars against the American People!!! Just goes to show, “villains who twirl their mustaches are easy to spot. Those whom cloak themselves in good deeds are well camouflaged.” (S.T.N.G. Ep. Drum Head)
Wanna know why this is going to plunge this nation into a judicial crisis? Because ALL felony convictions based under these circumstances are unjust, unconstitutional, and illegal! Therefore, must be overturned!!! No wonder we are the most incarcerated nation on Earth. The state has been commissioning the American People to commit felonies on its behalf!!!
When you dangle a steak before a starving lion, how can you NOT expect him to bite??? Especially when you are the one whom starved him in the first place!!! This is an act of WAR my friends!!!
Source My Good Friends at Jeenyus Corner
- War On Drugs Pinellas County Officials Punish Public (libertyendanger.com)
- Uruguayan government proposes marijuana legalization (edition.cnn.com)
- 32 Reasons Why We Need To End The War On Drugs (businessinsider.com)
- Addicted To The Drug War (andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com)
- U.S. drug czar: It is a mistake to call drug policies a ‘war’ (rawstory.com)
- You’re Eight Times More Likely to be Killed by a Police Officer than a Terrorist (cato-at-liberty.org)
- Global leaders: Drug war ‘the main reason’ for continuing HIV/AIDS epidemic (rawstory.com)
- Thousands of Innocent Americans Behind Bars – Youtube / Rt (inprisonedwomen.wordpress.com)
- New York Times: What Do You Get From A Drug War Costing $25 Billion Annually? Cocaine 74 Percent Cheaper Than It Was 30 Years Ago (reason.com)