Watch the virtual president talk about our Constitution:
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Message well delivered!
Bill whittle is an alright guy. More freedom loving than Glenn Beck and not as establishment. He has his downsides as he makes videos for Pajamas Media and some other 'Michelle Malkin' type blogs. I used to watch him fairly often before I got into Ron's stuff.
He's a fundy and a bigot.The types that are trying to infiltrate the libertarian movement. Not to mention that he's a has-bin movie editor.
bigot. Any discriminating person is a bigot. Anyone who believes thatbhis way of life is best is a bigot. People who hate bigots are bigots.
I wish, no correct, I WISH....that we could put this on TV every night for 5 nights in a row airing at prime times! Wow....would the eyes roll...and so many would wake up and LOVE IT.
What an fantastic job this guy did in editing this video to include those VERY UNIQUE SHOTS of film!!
Amazing, wonderful, my hats off to you!!
I don't care if this guy didn't want Ron Paul or isn't on target on everything...he did an excellent job of this, just excellent.
I watched his entire hour speech and it was good if you just listen to it through ... my question is ... is there anything on record of whittle's views on libertarianism or ron paul ... or napolitano ... or rand paul?
He seems like he would be in lock step with ron paul ... but delivering the message as a different type of messenger ...
curious to know
All paper money eventually returns to its real intrinsic value, zero. - Voltaire
I watched a video by this guy during the election in which he said it was stupid to write in ron paul or vote 3rd party because it was a vote for obama...he thought mitt romney was an ok candidate.
that being said he also stated that ron paul was his ideal choice.
WOW WOW WOW!!!!!! Grrrreat speech!!
Never heard of Bill Whittle before but here is a great lecture by him:
"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
I don't care if this man hasn't been visible in Ron Paul's ranks and only stuck to the GOP so far. Although he said recently it is over, he is over it, now... He is moving on.
He makes a awful lot of sense and hates socialism almost as much as I do.
Trust me: that tells something.
See link I shared, below. He elaborates on WHAT the fight is truly about, for him. And I CAN relate.
Is America even worth being saved? If so: do we know WHY?
Yes, we do, and he does too, on his OWN path to the SAME final assessment.
He provides great points, IMO.
He is one of us (if only for the Constitution) !
"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.
"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius
and asked if they could please put those words on his teleprompter.
One small problem with what he said about daring them to make a new amendment that repeals the second. It would have to repeal the ninth amendment too.
WOW, great video, great post!
Bill Whittle is a Los Angles based commentator who is working on multiple projects. PJTV, Declaration entertainment virtual presidency etc. He is a constitutional conservative/ tea partier. He is very favorable to the liberty movement, but by no means a "purist". I am sure some on the DP might find some way to turn him into the antichrist or something haha.
One of his big philosophies is change the culture to change the vote. As such he is engaged in movie productions and educational vignettes. please watch his stuff, I'm sure if the liberty movement supports him, he will support the liberty movement. He really likes to see young “classic liberals” that are engaged.
(warning, pjtv just hired on Allen West to do daily commentary...it gets kind of pompous sometimes. He’ll himself a constitutional conservative and then makes joke about Ron Paul…so dumb haha)
Whoever wrote that speech should be hired by a real world politician. Excellent mix of facts, storytelling, history, political philosophy, and proposed action.
He got my vote.
He said with a constitutional amendment repealing the 2nd Amendment, that the government would then be justified in its "gun control" agenda!!
WHERE DID HE COME UP WITH THAT!!???
My right is MINE, if the 2nd amendment were repealed today, i would still have the right to keep and bear arms...
This is a major major problem. The rights of the people are unalienable. Not legislatable.... by any statue or constitution!
All the "bill of rights" does is to name some of the most basic rights that belong to us and that the government cannot infringe upon.
There is a "preamble" before the bill of rights which says:
"THE Conventions of a number of the States, having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added: And as extending the ground of public confidence in the Government, will best ensure the beneficent ends of its institution"
The bill of rights does NOT GRANT anything.. it just lists FACTS! FACTS that further limit the powers of government. That's it...
NO AMENDMENT COULD EVER UNDO THAT!
The US Supreme Court has rightfully noted that the rights of the people cannot be "altered, modified or abolished" including by some amendment.
That would be the equivalent to passing a Law making the earth flat or the moon rectangular or mercury healthy for our bodies!
This guy has some great stuff to say, but TOTALLY LOST ALL RESPECT the moment that crap about amending the constitution to prevent me from exercising my right to keep and bear arms came out of his mouth. Because that logic is FALSE and suggests that my rights were somehow granted by the government. A fallacy that if adhered to would destroy the very concept and purpose of having "UNALIENABLE RIGHTS"
This guy does NOT get my vote......
Sounds like this guy is in favor of "Democracy" instead of a "Republic" like the one that was founded.
Love Liberty, be Vigilant
"Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty" (2 Corinthians 3:17)
Faith in God will prevail all things!
During the framing of the constitution it was believed that by enumerating rights in the Bill of Rights it would create the impression that those rights were somehow granted by government and subject to withdraw by the same. There was also the fear that by enumerating rights, that other rights not enumerated would be rejected...which spawned the 9th and 10th amendments to reserve unenumerated rights to the people or the states, RESPECTIVELY. It seems their initial fears are now confirmed.
I'm with you, I don't need to be told I have the right to defend my life; and I'll be damned if anyone's going to take it away from me.
Not myself but many today don't recognize God as sovereign and so they recognize no "actual" rights. All rights are a "social" contract. That is the real danger. But even on the daily paul people seldom want to go there. Only in a paradigm or framework containing a God can actual "rights" exist and even then they are hard to prove without careful study and understanding.
It's a sad state of affairs but it will not reverse in any future I can foresee in America. "Science" has won the day and fooled our children into being the cattle of the state, leaving goodness and truth, love, beauty, justice in the hands of people with no code, but survival of the fittest and nature is "red in tooth and claw".
I think he said they would then have the LEGAL justification, and I think his real point is that they could never get the votes of the 38 states needed to amend the constitution in that way. And yes, you are right, you would still have the right to keep and bear arms even if an amendment such as that were passed, but you would be breaking the law, whereas now you are not, only those that would try to take away your LEGAL justification to own a firearm are breaking the law.
I've liked Bill Whittle ever since I became aware of him, but his anger comes through even in a well moderated delivery such as this, and that makes it difficult for "non-believers" to listen to him, so I am not sure how effective he is in delivering his message.
And, btw, he writes his own stuff, I believe he is the speech writer...
All Citizens of the United States are presumed to exist in the United States which is territory owned by and under the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States of America. Understand this very clearly there is a serious conundrum that exists you can't be a citizen of the United States and expect to be treated with inalienable rights. All legislation is authorized organically from the Northwest territorial states under the Organic Law, The Northwest Ordinance dated 13 July 1787. These territorial states become permanent Federally owned Constitutional states under the "Constitution of the United States" This is the Constitutional coup that has been in play for over 200 years and has fooled most everyone playing the political game.
As a United States citizen you have privileges subject to legislation and you are not free inside the United States.
There is an out you must claim Free Inhabitant in the United States of America under Article IV of the Articles of Confederation 1777. This will lawfully guarantee your inalienable rights.
Understand this, the government that legislates can only legislate for inside a certain territorial boundary which is called the United States. this is what the United States Code is all about.
So in line with our views. I subbed his youtube account because of a video on our deficit. Then watched a video of his being pro war and pro israel and then unsubbed his youtube. All I am saying is know this guy before putting him on a pedestal.
Whittle, along with his PJTV friends, are neocons, no denying that. But he still gets a lot right on things unrelated to foreign policy.
He's one of those people, who, although he doesn't have all the answers, does an excellent job of exposing the left as complete morons and liars.
He's pro constitution, but not sure what he thinks of the Liberty Movement... he's pro Capitalism, bet I've never heard him talk against the Fed or sound very "Austrian."
Not sure what he thinks of Ron Paul (except I know he disagrees on foreign policy) and he said a vote for anyone but Romney (after Romney won the GOP nomination) would be a wasted vote.
Basically, he reminds me of me before I was part of the "Liberty Movement" or "R3VOLUTION"... it's possible his views could change as mine did. Let's not burn him for not being pure in the meantime... he would be a great addition to our cause.
he is good at conveying his message. And yes, I agree with him on most domestic policy. But foreign policy is deal breaker for many. And people should inform themselves before blindly following someone. I am sure more people on here, are already well aware as yourself.
Ummmm, maybe I shouldn't say that. It might just happen?......
Because: Some animals are more equal than other animals. -Animal Farm-
What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks
Can't get no worse.
We use machines to help us overcome many of our weaknesses, why would we not use them to overcome our weakness in having integrity in the application of our principles?
I've been exploring this idea, I began writing about it a month or so ago.
"We humans are creative beings. We are without match when it comes to creating new ways to interface and manipulate reality to our benefit. The problem is that we also have weaknesses, physically and also moral weaknesses such as greed, fraud, and laziness. It is common for us to build machines to help us overcome our weaknesses. If we need to break the hard soil, or lift something very heavy, or perform an important, but boring and repetitive task we are very proficient at delegating these activities to machines we have created. We reason and design so that the machines we create can be trusted to perform the physical work that we are too weak, incapable, or uninterested to properly carry out ourselves. Our reliance upon mechanical machines has enabled us to master and transform the physical world that our weak, unreliable bodies would never have been able to accomplish. These machines have even served to free people from systems of slavery by enabling the the demands of the market to be met without subjugating a class of people to do the work. If physical machines have served us so well, why would we not look to intellectual machines to accomplish the same ends? When it comes to our weakness in properly executing our own deeply held principles, I think it is just as appropriate, if not greatly more important, to use our creative and inventive minds to develop machines that can automate and secure the integrity of our principled actions as well."
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