Monday, July 22, 2013

Independence, an American illusion

Independence, an American illusion

Independence Day is popularly referred to as July 4th or the 4th of July, because “independence” in the USA is nothing but an illusion.  Oh it once held prominence throughout the land; however twenty-fist century is an America the Founders would not recognize.  A small illustration:

The police in Henderson, Nevada had a home under surveillance and needed a house or two in the neighborhood to gain a “tactical advantage.”  They asked homeowner Anthony Mitchell if they could use his home, he respectfully declined.
Not good enough for the jackbooted thugs in the Henderson Police Department - HPD.  The returned to Mr. Mitchells home in force with a battering ram knocked down his front door.  Cursed and ordered him to crawl on the floor while shooting him and his dog with “pepperball rounds.”  The jackbooted thugs then lied and tricked Mr. Mitchell’s father out of his home who lived nearby.  They were arrested and held in captivity for nine hours.  They were charged with “Obstructing a Police officer!”  Subsequently the charges were dropped.

Not so fast.  The Mitchells filed a law suit for violations of the Third, Fourth, and Fourteenth Amendments, assault and battery, conspiracy, defamation, abuse of process, malicious prosecution, negligence and emotional distress.

Odds are the jackbooted thugs at the Henderson Police Department have never heard of the Third Amendment to the Constitution of these here United States of America.  The Third Amendment was added by the Founding Fathers because they did not trust government and understood governments by their very nature are evil, but necessary.  The reason the Constitution use to limit government and with the first Ten Amendments (Bill of Rights) protect God given rights.

The Third Amendment reads:

“No Soldier shall, in  time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.”

 This was due to King George’s troops while in the Colonies use to force themselves to be housed in the homes of the colonist. 

Want to bet now the Henderson Police Department is aware and understands the Third Amendment to the Constitution of these here United States of America?       

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