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"It has been said that terror is the principle of despotic government. Does your government therefore resemble despotism? Yes, as the sword that gleams in the hands of the heroes of liberty resembles that with which the henchmen of tyranny are armed." Maximilien Robespierre


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"An elective despotism was not the government we fought for; but one in which the powers of government should be so divided and balanced among the several bodies of magistracy as that no one could transcend their legal limits without being effectually checked and restrained by the others."
 
 
President James Madison


Madison – Plato – Robespierre all understood that the Despotism is the greatest threat from any government. When the State rules under a reign of terror, the citizens have a natural right to revolt. Plato’s Republic was a roadmap to justify the City-State. Robespierre’s reign of terror was a bloodbath to remove the head of state and the aristocracy. While James Madison’s constitutional separations of powers provided a framework for a Republic with Democratic Bill of Rights protections.

 

All three fell into dictatorship. The American experience is one long history into deeper tyranny. The principles and grounds for the American Revolution were betrayed with the adoption of a federalist raison d'être. Alexander Hamilton’s model for an empire, overrode Thomas Jefferson’s vision for a populist society.

 

Sam Adams, Patrick Henry and George Mason’s anti-federalist viewpoint was buried by Abraham Lincoln’s treachery that ended states-rights.  

 

Andrew Jackson’s campaign against a national bank was lost to Wilson’s Federal Reserve Bank.

 

Theodore Roosevelt’s big stick policy set the stage for Franklin D. Roosevelt’s treason on Pearl Harbor.

 

All of these maturations by authoritarian potentates drove the country into an institutional despotism. The post World War II era has witnessed a total reputation of individual rights and civil liberties.

 

After the John F. Kennedy coup d'état, successive administration have made no pretense of clinging to the historic justification and legitimate reasons for the establishing independence.

 

The office of POTUS is a virtual dictator in executive administrations that ignore even the appearance of the rule by law.

 

While presidents are mere puppets of the ruling elites, their reign of terror has reached new heights under the technocratic – military – intelligence complex that dictates an ever-higher level of oppression and tyranny.      

 

With the 911 false flag deception, the American people were feed a con game rational to surrender their last remaining lawful constitutional rights. Natural human rights always trump equity admiral courts. However, in an age of total deceit and propaganda, citizens have an extra degree of responsibility to understand the genuine truth.

 

The following summary by Thomas D. Armstrong  nicely sets the stage for America’s Reign of Terror? 

 

On September 14, 2001, the United States Congress expanded the constitutional powers of the executive branch to include the legal authority “to retaliate against any person, organization, or State suspected of involvement in terrorist attacks on the United States, but also against foreign States suspected of harboring or supporting such organizations. Finally, the President may deploy military force preemptively against terrorist organizations or the States that harbor or support them, whether or not they can be linked to the specific terrorist incidents of September 11.” Post-9/11 national security laws have allowed for a permanent retaliatory war with unclear operational and legal boundaries. 


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"All the powers of government, legislative, executive, and judiciary, result to the legislative body. The concentrating these in the same hands is precisely the definition of despotic government. It will be no alleviation that these powers will be exercised by a plurality of hands, and not by a single one . . . An elective despotism was not the government we fought for, but one which should not only be founded on free principles, but in which the powers of government should be so divided and balanced among several bodies of magistracy, as that no one could transcend their legal limits, without being effectually checked and restrained by the others."

 

Thomas Jefferson


This Reign of Terror series is not for the faint of heart or the dense of mind. If you are one of the Statists that worship at the altar of government, and lack to courage to confront your cognitive dissonance, BREAKING ALL THE RULES will be disturbing. However, if you are a brave soul, willing to confront the totalitarianism and resist the Reign of Terror, get ready for action.  




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THE PRESIDENT'S CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY TO CONDUCT MILITARY OPERATIONS AGAINST TERRORISTS AND NATIONS SUPPORTING THEM

 

       The President has broad constitutional power to take military action in response to the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001. Congress has acknowledged this inherent executive power in both the War Powers Resolution and the Joint Resolution passed by Congress on September 14, 2001.

 

        The President has constitutional power not only to retaliate against any person, organization, or State suspected of involvement in terrorist attacks on the United States, but also against foreign States suspected of harboring or supporting such organizations.

 

        The President may deploy military force preemptively against terrorist organizations or the States that harbor or support them, whether or not they can be linked to the specific terrorist incidents of September 11.


One of the most basic aspects of a free society is that the government can only imprison and kill those who:

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Have been charged with a crime
Had an opportunity to defend themselves in court
Have been judged guilty by a jury of their peers

Under the NDAA, the only thing the goverment needs to do to detain you is call you a "terrorist".



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