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US Declares War on Us -Scathing Response to Yesterday's DOJ article by Becky Akers

Becky Akers speaking her mind in an article posted on LRC.

How to read the "confidential Justice Department memo" whitewashing Our Rulers’ outright murder of serfs: as a declaration of war on us specifically and the world in general or as a suicide pact?

That is, assuming you can read it. Not only does the Injustice Department write in its native Jargon, but its screed also suffers from run-on sentences, acronyms, citations, and the bureaucrat’s bewildering disregard for clarity and grammar. Then there are the factual errors and outright lies: to cite just one of innumerable examples, a sentence on page 5 asserts, "The Department assumes that the rights afforded by the Fifth Amendment’s Due Process Clause, as well as the Fourth Amendment, attach to a U.S. citizen even while he is abroad." But "the Department" clearly "assumes" no such thing since its entire memo pooh-poohs both amendments and all their protection.

Even more pernicious is "the Department’s" deliberate misreading of the Bill of Rights. That document never refers to "citizens" but purposefully to "people." Nor does it enumerate their rights: it cannot, because said rights are infinite in number. Rather, it constrains the State. To that end, it absolutely prohibits government from various crimes, including those "the Department" now encourages, regardless of "the people’s" whereabouts or nationality.

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http://lewrockwell.com/akers/akers201.html

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Definitely someone not afraid to speak the truth.

Noticed she is the author of a book about Nathan Hale. I'm going to check it out.

"Halestorm" 's definitely on my reading list-

for sure!

"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina

This DOinJ prints law out of thin air

the same way Bernanke prints FRNs.

Love reading B. Akers.

"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina

LOL... good one...

LOL... good one...

TY, tdd4ron-

like Becky, tho massively less informed, I like putting things in perspective.

"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina