The U.S. as Police State

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It’s now official:  the United States is a police state.

In the 21st century the loss of legal protections accelerated with the Bush administration’s ‘war on terror’, which continues under the Obama administration and is essentially a war on the Constitution and U.S. civil liberties.

Dennis Blair, Obama’s National Security Advisor, told Congress that

the executive branch has assumed the right to murder Americans who it deems a “threat.”

By attempting to become all knowing and all present, the ‘police state’ seeks to implant in people’s minds that there is no need for God, the Creator, or the Nation–the state’s omnipotence replaces that.

It becomes more transparent every day: Obama’s goal is the destruction of America, and Americans.  Read the rest of the story here.

Yes, the U.S. government has murdered its citizens, but Dennis Blair’s “defined policy” is a bold new development. The government, of course, denies that it intended to kill the Branch Davidians, Randy Weaver’s wife and child, or the Black Panthers. The government says that Waco was a terrible tragedy, an unintended result brought on by the Branch Davidians themselves. The government says that Ruby Ridge was Randy Weaver’s fault for not appearing in court on a day that had been miscommunicated to him, The Black Panthers, the government says, were dangerous criminals who insisted on a shoot-out.

In no previous death of a U.S. citizen by the hands of the U.S. government has the government claimed the right to kill Americans without arrest, trial, and conviction of a capital crime.

13 Responses to “The U.S. as Police State”

  1. 1 Jeff Lewis February 16, 2010 at 1:16 pm

    God save us from these evil men, and from our own complacency in allowing this to happen.

  2. 2 Rick February 16, 2010 at 2:08 pm

    The actions of our progressive leaders are resulting in an “opposite reaction,” and waking up our patriotic citizens. They have blinded themselves to the tea party movement and the fast growing Second Amendment movement. We will not be subjugated without a fight!

  3. 6 Katie February 16, 2010 at 5:05 pm

    I don’t know which hurts more…

    My head – trying to absorb all this horror – or my heart which is breaking for my country.

  4. 7 Quantum Leap February 16, 2010 at 8:16 pm

    I don’t understand Congress when they were told this didn’t order this guys arrest. I mean we have a criminal at the head of national intelligence who comes to the Congress and says we are going to murder American citizens. Nothing happens!
    “It’s against the Geneva Convention.”

    This video needs to go viral.

    Could this be the reason for so many retirements? Something is up.
    Bayh and veteran Democratic Sens. Christopher Dodd of Connecticut and Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., are choosing to retire. So is Sen. Judd Gregg, R-N.H. Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart, R-Fla., and other GOP House members from Michigan, Indiana, Arkansas and Arizona have announced retirements.

    Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Beau, chose not to run for a legacy seat in Delaware.
    No more Kennedy’s in office.
    Something smells. Time to have Chalice do the noon prayer thingy again. They hate our bibles and guns so to speak.

  5. 8 No-nonsense-nancy February 16, 2010 at 11:45 pm

    This is such a worry. I worry about my poor little grandchildren. When are we going to rid of Obama and his thieves and murderers?

  6. 9 jtx February 17, 2010 at 10:31 am

    If you go to the Mario Apuzzo website and actually read the Initial Appeals Brief of Jan 19, 2010, you’re in for a real eye-opener (as are the DOJ attorneys “defending” Obama using our tax money).

    That’s doubly ironic since these attorneys – and their bosses – took an oath to defend the Constitution from enemies foreign AND domestic but they are now in the position of actually attacking that very document rather than defending it and are trying to get an obviously ineligible man to remain in an office he has never shown himself to be eligible to hold.

    The wonderful Apuzzo Brief is a primer on both Constitutional law, the meaning of it, the Founders’ intent vis-a-vis Article II of the Constitution and a forceful put-down of the lies and misinformation put forth by the Obama Flying Monkeys such as “smrstrauss” and others.

    I’d urge everyone to read the Initial Appeals Brief from Attorney Apuzzo’s website along with the many essays by both Mario Apuzzo AND his Lead Plaintiff, Charles F. Kerchner. While there, it would really help to donate even a small amount to the publicity/education fund presently used only for full-page newspaper ads in the Washington Times National Weekly Edition.

    The Brief gives a very good overview of the original action AND it puts the lie to the many false arguments by the Obot Flying Monkeys about why BHO is either (their words) eligible to hold the office he now occupies OR that it (their words) doesn’t matter that he is not eligible. Your understanding of the relation of the U. S. Constitution to We The People will be forever enlightened.

    Actually, Obama’s whole life seems to be nothing but a work of fiction. The man has never shown himself to be Constitutionally eligible to hold the office he now occupies.

    If you’d like to see something from a different point of view, watch the two short videos below which, even though they start slowly and have a bit of fun, contain a wealth of factual data – more than we’ve seen from Obama.

    In fact in the second video a famous senator is quoted speaking about someone that sounds for all the world like “Our Boy” and really strikes a chord.

    Only thing is the senator was the Roman named Cicero speaking in 42 BC – but the message is still very directed and pertinent for all of us:

    Three Little Words

    Merry Christmas OmeriKa!!

  7. 10 Tèo Bear `,:-) February 17, 2010 at 11:12 am

    Oi Kate,

    You know I have long supported the 2nd Admendment, but in this case I think we need to take a page out of our enemies playbook. We need to use the Cloward-Pliven strategy against the police and insane and asinine laws. When given a parking ticket, a speeding ticket,any summons, any arrest we need to force the system into meltdown by not plea bargining, force all resources of govenment into court. This will force their hands before they are ready and the people will have a fighting chance in hell.

    BTW the monkey is doing good, but I have been spending too much time in the Brazilian sun.

    My best to everyone,

  8. 11 Ed Butt February 18, 2010 at 1:13 pm

    There is a danger in the Tea Party Movement Dr. Kate. We have seen it in the UK with the third party in a system rigged for two party hegemony. The third party, the Liberal Democrats are always under – represented in Parliament, 20$ of the vote should represent 120 seats in Parliament. At the moment the LDs have just 60 from 21% at the last election. In the past they have had less than 20 seats from 15% of the vote.

    If theThe Tea Party are to put up candidates they and the Reoublicans need some kind of informal arrangement not not split each others vote. A smilar rrangement is needed if the Tea Part only intend to give their endorsement to main party and independent candidates sympathetic to their views.

    It won’t be easy but nothing is immpossible as Massachusetts showed.

  1. 1 The Progressives Attack the Tea Party Movement « drkatesview Trackback on February 18, 2010 at 12:51 am
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