America's 'New' Bill Of "Wrongs"

Tyler Durden's picture

Via Oquities,

THE BILL OF WRONGS

Amendment I

Congress shall make laws respecting an establishment of religion, and may constrain the free exercise thereof; and limiting free speech and the press; and suppressing the right of the people to assemble, and to discourage the people from petitioning the Government for a redress of grievances.

Amendment II

A well armed Constabulary, being necessary to the subjugation of a spirit of freedom, the privilege of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall be infringed and modified.

Amendment III

The people shall be required to compensate the Government for the cost of goods and services provided to non-citizens, and the Government may extract and disburse such in a manner to be prescribed politically.

Amendment IV

The right of the Government to inspect the people in their persons, houses, and effects, and if necessary without their knowledge, shall not be violated, and Warrants shall issue in secret courts without due process or support by Oath or affirmation, execution of which shall be broad and at the discetion of authorities.

Amendment V

Any person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, without due process of law; and any person shall be subject to prosecution by any level of Government, simultaneously or consecutively, to be put in jeopardy of life or limb for the same offense more than once if necessary; and be compelled to submit biological samples for any criminal case in order to be a witness against himself, and may be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; and private property shall be taken for public use, without just compensation.

Amendment VI

In all criminal prosecutions, the accused may be held for lengthy periods before a trial, and tried by a jury generally unfamiliar with law in the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, with the nature and cause of the accusation to be obscured as the Government deems necessary; with the use of Government negotiated witness arrangements that may benefit the accusers and/or prosecuting attorneys; and to have qualified Assistance of Counsel for his defense based on ability to pay.

Amendment VII

In Suits at common law, the well provisioned litigant shall have numerous opportunites to appeal, and litigants may be compelled to utilize non-judicial forums as compelled by extra-judicial organizations to settle disputes.

Amendment VIII

Bail may encompass a variety of fees including, but not limited to, charges for self internment and monitoring, re-education and counseling; and private prisons may determine if and when sentencing is extended without show of cause in a court of law.

Amendment IX

The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall reflect the Government's ability to diminish or expand, as necessary, the rights of the people.

Amendment X

The powers not delegated to the States by the Constitution, or to the people, are reserved to the United States.  

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joego1's picture

Thàt tragically about sums it up.

eforce's picture

Regarding consitutions, The Protocols says....

 

10. Liberalism produced constitutional states, which took the place of what was the only safeguard of the goyim, namely, despotism; and a constitution, as you well know, is nothing else but a school of discords, misunderstandings, quarrels, disagreements, fruitless party agitations, party whims - in a word, a school of everything that serves to destroy the personality of state activity. The tribune of the "talkeries" has, no less effectively than the press, condemned the rulers to inactivity and impotence, and thereby rendered them useless and superfluous, for which reason indeed they have been in many countries deposed. Then it was that the era of republics become possible of realization; and then it was that we replaced the ruler by a caricature of a government - by a President, taken from the mob, from the midst of our puppet creatures, or slaves. This was the foundation of the mine which we have laid under the goy people, i should rather say, under the goy peoples.

joego1's picture

The city of NY can outlaw whatever they want because as far as I'm concerned it is no longer part of the USA. Molon Labe indeed!

ACP's picture

So does that mean we can declare war on Wall St and nuke it?

joego1's picture

Nuking it would not be cruel and unusual now would it?

VinceFostersGhost's picture

 

 

The Protocols says

 

A forgery.....execpt it seems to be happening.

joego1's picture

Me not Goyium me Tarzan.

tarabel's picture

 

 

Tarzan get rope burn swinging through jungle dressed like that.

Me want watch.

zhandax's picture

You two want to get a room and spare us?  Hell, invite Anonymous User over.  I bet he likes to watch.

bozoklown's picture

the protocols are a rambling barely literate  crock... if they form your core beliefs you're well and truly lost.

38BWD22's picture

 

 

38BWD22 has been out of the country for weeks now, and is NOT HAPPY with what he sees here nor there (India, Nepal).

My taxi ride back to our condo was disturbing.

The USA is not the only place where there is a LOT of spying and surveillance going on.  INDIA is gaining ground there too.  Lots more rich there that I had imagines, but you still see the elephantitis and young mothers with deformed babies begging.

The Third World is closer than we think.  I have my own evidence, and will share some later (after de-jetlagging).

 

America!  DO NOT let our beloved country go down the toilet becuase of government and elite mismagament!  We have a good thng going here, and it would be a crime to let us sink into the abyss.

TuPhat's picture

Sink into the abyss?  Hold your nose we're going down.

38BWD22's picture

 

 

Probably so.  

But the pollution is VERY VERY BAD in Delhi and Varanasi (Benares), I had not been in such filthy polluted cities since then 1960s...  We can yet fall VERY FAR.

*  *  *

10 bodies burning (funeral pyres) by the Ganges at night, the stink, the stink...:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxnHmH-02CQIQ3VHT2U2ZFJkNXJhRTAwTy15NzU...

*  *  *

And India is closer to us (except by air, ugh) than we think.  IT CAN happen here.

38BWD22's picture

 

 

At least you can still get gold in India...:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxnHmH-02CQIQzZVVGtzR1FGTTE0bWVOTTRkdFV...

(10 gram coin from Tanishq, the high-end jewelry store chain owned by Tata)

LowerSlowerDelaware_LSD's picture
LowerSlowerDelaware_LSD (not verified) 38BWD22 Dec 6, 2015 12:24 AM

Ta ta's own the world...

Winston Churchill's picture

The ghats at Benares are the Mother of all Life according to Hindus.

Everything must return to it in death.If your rich as ashes, if poor just dumped into it.

I hope you walked down the ghat in the evening and at dawn.

If you aren't pre judgemental it can be  a spiritual experience.It radiates from the pilgrims.

The lychees are excellent at this time of year, best and biggest I've ever had.

38BWD22's picture

 

 

Winston, my whole journey there was a spiritual experience.  You are so correct that so many spiritual people visit or live in Benares.  I am so glad that I went, I learned about my own faith as well.

However, the Ganges is DIRTY, I didn't even want to touch it, much less bathe in it.

India is a land of immense spirituality.

But heart-breaking poverty too.

tarabel's picture

 

 

I'm sure what you have to say will have some bearing on the matter.

38BWD22's picture

 

 

Well, no, but you could do me a favor if you ever go to DELHI:

I passed by a bearing shop in the old town of Delhi but did not have my camera ready, so missed that photo opportunity...

If anyone ever goes there, please take a photo of the "Fine Bearing Shop" (used bearings...) there in the old town near their big mosque.

"TAFKADCRB" would thank anyone who does so very much!

:)

August's picture

>>>and young mothers with deformed babies begging.

Please don't be distressed; in a recent life, those deformed babies were probably all CIA agents.

The Great Cycle of Life....

Winston Churchill's picture

They are reborn as the sewer rats in Mumbai.

SillySalesmanQuestion's picture

The New Conscamtution.

A Lunatic's picture

Maybe Hillary will have a CONCON and make it official......

 

Try this out for a few laughs;

http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/concon/newstates.htm

ebworthen's picture

All hail Caesar!

The Praetorian Guard is watching you!

Bread and Circuses tomorrow, back to the salt mines Monday Plebeians!

o r c k's picture

Just don't laugh at Biggus Dickkus.

DanDaley's picture

Hillary is Flatulentia.

Dre4dwolf's picture

Pretty much if you make under 10,000,000$ a year you are a nobody in the U.S.A. You wont ever have the freedom to do anything other than serve the elite and wipe their asses.

tarabel's picture

 

 

Where do you live? In some city would be my guess.

Everything comes with a price. Cities offer much and demand much in return. 

Give up living in the the city and you can stop worrying about being a servant to anybody.

And Babylon will still be just a short drive away. 

Government needs you to pay taxes's picture

The US, courtesy of both actions and inactions taken by our President, his Adminstration, our Congress, and those 9 Jewish/Catholic 'Supreme Coot Justices' is a failed nation-state.  Further, this Fedcoat .gov is incrementally reliant on tyranny to preserve its critical apparatus.  It is a clear and present danger to the US Constitution and its cherished and unique individual liberties.  I will stand for freedom.  ALL. THE. WAY.  

SCOTUS 5-4 ruling that ACA can stand as a tax?  TYRANNY.  

Lois Lerner using the IRS to persecute Americans whose politics are different from hers?  TYRANNY.  

Militarization of 'law enforcement' and 'green light' to needlessly escalate to lethal force/murder citizens?  TYRANNY.

Obama's use of EOs, and blatent disregard for existing immigration law?  TYRANNY.

Congress passing the NDAA (contravention of due process)?  TYRANNY.

Congress passing the Patriot ACT (contravention of 4th amendment right to freedom from unlawful search and seizure)?  TYRANNY.

'Civil Asset Forfeiture'?  TYRANNY.

Holder failing to prosecute nigger poll-intimidators in Philly?  TYRANNY (failure to equally uphold the law).

 

THIS NATION IS KAPUT.  What's next?

tarabel's picture

 

 

Abide and prepare. Every month I read the same article: another record for gun background checks.

"Thou too, sail on, O Ship of State

Sail on, O Union strong and great

Humanity, with all its fears,

With all its hopes for future years,

Is hanging breathless at thy fate."

Don't Give Up The Ship

We won't find another to replace it with.

FreeNewEnergy's picture

You had me at Tyranny.

Lest we forget, "If you like your tyrannical overlords, you can keep your tyrannical overlords."

Government needs you to pay taxes's picture

The higher ranking members of the tyrant US.gov cartel would do well to gaze upon the photo of Mussolini and his bitch as their remains were hanging upside down in the street.  Human nature doesnt change, and I believe we're heading (rapidly) toward a reprise.

chinoslims's picture

What is this Bill of Rights you speak of?

tarabel's picture

 

 

All across the world, there is a catch-all phrase for this sort of thing: Business As Usual.

But those perverse Americans refuse to get with the common program for the common good. And we're starting to get really impatient with them.

Peak Bull's picture

May I humbly add:
XII The government may at any time declare Martial Law, even during times of peace, and may do so to pass Governmental budgets. During this time, all citizen rights are suspended, except for illegal immigrants, and for Congress, and all weapons may be collected; shipped to foreign moderates or cartels "as appropriate".

Government needs you to pay taxes's picture

We'll just see how well such an act goes over. Let them try it, so they may reap their rewards.

Dr. Bonzo's picture

I wrote something like this almost verbatim in 1995. I called mine the Declaration of Dependence, changed the preamble and shit.

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to strengthen the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to solidify the enormity of that station. [etc]

... ended with Bill of Rights of the State.

How many of us saw this shit coming from 20 years ago?

So believe us when we say, it's only going to get better.

honestann's picture

A friend of mine coined the term USSA in 1968 when he was very young, in his screenplay that he titled 2026 (the year USA officially changed its name to USSA).

As far as he knows, he was first to coin that term, though most likely others did so independently years and decades later given how obvious the trend became.  I've been saying and writing USSA rather than USA since I read his screenplay about 15 years ago.

I have to believe most flaws in human nature and human organization have been clear to at least a few individuals for as long as a few human beings have tried to be thoughtful.  Which means, probably somewhere around 3,000 and 10,000 years.

Being Free's picture

When, in the course of human events, it becomes convenient for the State to dissolve the individual liberties of its citizenry and to assume for itself among the powers of the earth, absolute and total control over its subjects, a respectful understanding by the citizenry requires the State to declare the methods of bondage and expected proper behavior of the individual.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that only centralized authority can serve the common good, that the State is the natural embodiment of this authority and should exercise it freely to maintain its existence and enhance the lives of those who support it. That to secure this authority all institutions of the citizenry shall be controlled to serve the purpose of the State. That whenever any individual or group becomes destructive to these ends it is the right of the State and its institutions to eliminate or modify the offending behavior by coercion, deceit and/or force if necessary.

Prudence, indeed, dictated that while individual liberties long established would not be surrendered freely and in quick order to the State, a slow methodical elimination or transformation of the means of individual liberty was required; and accordingly all experience hath shown that mankind are disposed to suffer while transformation is slow and sufferable. But when the long train of change pursuing invariably the same object of absolute centralized control has arrived, it is the States right, it is its duty, to inform its subjects of their proper place in the new order. Such is now the time and we submit these facts to a candid world.

The people, being insecure in matters of financial responsibility, require the State to shelter them from the ravages of unbridled capitalism. The people, being insecure in their general health and welfare, require the State to mitigate the risks of life. The people, being insecure and fearful for their lives, require the State to ensure their safety.

To these ends the government and its agents have fundamentally transformed the relationship between itself and the citizen. In every stage of these transformations the State has endeavored to enlist the support of the people through the promotion of non-State institutions that further the cause of centralized authority. The citizen is now properly the servant of the State so that the State may provide for the people. Those who support the State and its objectives will find favor and riches. Those who resist are unfit to be citizens.

We, therefore, the representatives of the New United States of America, do, in the name, and by the authority of the people of this country, publish and declare, that the New United States is absolved from all allegiance to the former constitution; and that as a newly constituted state has full power to execute control as it sees fit and just. And for the support of this declaration, we mutually pledge for each other the lives, fortunes and compliance of the New American citizen.

Manipuflation's picture

All hail the state.

atlasRocked's picture

There must be one set of rights for all citizens.   Two "rights" make a wrong. 

honestann's picture

ALL of this nonsense is pure fiction, including: law, legal, state, nation, official, authority, government, corporation.

When a pack of human predators sit around a table, smear ink on paper or parchment, NOTHING real pops into existence (no real government is (or can be) created).  What exists after this event is identical to what existed before this event (human predators, ink, paper, parchment, tables, chairs).

Furthermore, it is completely insane and laughably absurd to imagine much less seriously claim that a couple dozen human beings sitting around a table, talking and smearing ink on paper, can in any way whatsoever obligate thousands, millions or even billions of other human beings for hundreds or thousands of kilometers... and for centuries to come.

Just think about how insane such a notion is!  Ludicrous beyond absurdity.  Even a child can easily recognize this.  Even many children would respond with something like, "well, thousands of different groups of people can sit around tables and smear ink and claim everyone must obey them, like crazy demented games of Simon Says".  Except children know "Simon Says" is just a silly game, not something with any other significance.

Only adult humans are stupid and insane enough to believe such nonsense.

Likewise, only adult humans believe fiat is more real than play money.

Humans are a failed species.

Humans are doomed.

Manipuflation's picture

I like the idea of space exploration though Ann.                    

honestann's picture

The big question is... can some of us move to outer space before predators-that-be destroy everything.  We're working towards that, but... who knows?

brushhog's picture

Hopelly not! As you say humans are a failed species, lets not spread the contagion into outer space.

honestann's picture

But humans are a failed species largely due to collectivist ideology and behavior.  But only humans with individualist attitudes are likely to survive very long in outer space.

The great thing about outer space is that outer space is the perfect environment for individualists, and thus advancement of the species (because natural selection works properly, while here on earth the feedback of natural selection has been inverted, which is the main reason the species is now an abject failure).

I won't go into why outer space cannot be controlled by predators-DBA-government, but that is the case.