Headline: Chicago artist’s protest backfires as he faces 15 years in jail… because he recorded his own arrest on video
Commentary: The purpose of the Constitution is to place limits on the power of government, not on the power of people; if this is the case, why does the government have more rights than the artist in question regarding this innocuous activity that is exogenous to the actual acts involved in crime, prosecution, and punishment? What ethical and moral wrong takes place when recording the police? (What ethical and moral wrong takes place when the police record you?)
The police can record this individual’s actions at will. They can charge him with anything they like and the burden of proof is on him to prove his innocence. How so? This individual must hire an attorney. The government has an unlimited amount of money. It is the rule rather than the exception that the government is profligate and unresponsive. Let’s face it, this is a supreme barrier to justice.
The government takes this man’s money and then uses that same money against him and others who break laws that, if we are lucky, make sense but which more than likely do not. Yes -definitely- most laws these days do not make sense from the perspective of a citizen-ruled government. They make sense from the perspective of an “elite”-ruled government. It is a rare instance that those that are part of the cabal or whom are connected to it ever get prosecuted, let alone see jail time.
What premise is there behind outlawing the videotaping of your own arrest? It may or may not interfere with communications between the officer and the individual being arrested. It is granted no individual should talk to the police, anyway – ever – as anything you say will be used against same. If the video camera unduly influences the ability of the officer and the arrestee to communicate, should not then television cameras be eliminated from sporting events? Should not also government police interrogators not have recording equipment present when they interrogate suspects? The major premise to this latest insane law is that there is no requisite reason for citizenry to record police arrests because the police are infallible.
Turn this over in your mind, if the police were abrogating proper police procedure, would the government want to know about it? Given the rest of the government is on the side of the police by statutory, administrative and bureaucratic default, how will the rest of the government know if the police are out of line? Will they simply take the word of the arrested as plausible? Or is it better to have a video camera?
Too complicated? Methinks not.
Headline: Slush fund of top politicians found at Vatican bank, Obama, Clinton, Roberts? Legatus split!
Commentary: An extreme jaw dropper. A BIG, BIG deal. You cant accuse you-know-who, but can accuse these clowns. This will open up a Pandora’s box. Hell may break loose.
Headline: The Complete Guide for Killing Gentiles
Commentary: The jews/israelis are far, far worse than any of the other people of the world they have accused of being intolerant, discriminatory and racist. Add to that that they made such accusations only to advance their agenda and not for the advancement of morality, righteousness, spirit, or justice. Alas, the leavening is hypocrisy.
Headline: Hawaii official now swears: No Obama birth certificate
Commentary: The truth can only gain. It doesn’t have to work because nothing needs to be manufactured. It’s work is already done. Expect some extreme headlines to come around to substitute the position this one should have.
Headline: Evergreen Aviation Admits to Chemtrail Contracts with USAF
Commentary: I do not know where the paste-in of Evergreen’s website advertisement begins or ends in this link, however I do know that chemtrails are a fact. How do I know? Because I have been alive long enough to have seen the very same airplanes not making chemtrails in the past. If we cannot admit something so obvious, then we are going to have a lot more that we cannot admit to coming down the pike from the same people.
All links originally come from Rense.com.