What Will Trigger Martial Law?January 15, 2015 at 12:52am
Martial Law vs The Omni-Surveillance Totalitarian Police State of America
When you live in The Omni-Surveillance Totalitarian Police State of America, you live in de facto MARTIAL LAW. People keep expressing the FEAR that Obama and this Fascist Regime will declare MARTIAL LAW. NSA and FBI FAKE profiles on social media spread this meme every day to cow people into inaction in the real world, frightened they will “Trigger MARTIAL Law.”
They descended upon Boston, with a standing army of 10,000 plus, that had been standing by PRIOR to the False Flag Operation that was the Boston Bombing; standing by complete with armored vehicles, already decked out in their body armor, and urban insurgent explosives and other tactical hardware and proceeded to roust families, men, women, childcren from their homes at GUN POINT, all hours of the day and night, and hold them at GUN POINT while they searched their homes, tens of thousands of homes, WITHOUT WARRANT. If you had resisted their Gestapo Tactics, tried to stop the Jack Booted, Storm Troopers from entering your Home, your Castle, YOU WOULD HAVE BEEN SHOT ON THE SPOT.
Those who had to go out on the streets for normal reasons of living and survival, were stopped at gun point, rifles aimed, they were asked “your papers please" questioned where they were coming from and where they were going, and why they were on the street – this LAWLESS Police State, DID NOT DECLARE MARTIAL LAW FOR THAT ACTION. What makes you think this Criminal Regime NEEDS to declare martial law for ANY JACKBOOTED Operation?
They gunned people down in Southern California for simply driving a vehicle "similar" to the suspect they were hunting. They pumped over a hundred rounds into two different vehicles twenty minutes apart, WITHOUT making ANY ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY the occupants of the vehicles. WHO WERE THOSE DANGEROUS PEOPLE? They were innocent people going about their daily tasks; a mother and daughter delivering news papers, and a gentleman heading to work. There was no declaration of martial law, though the streets were filled with rifle toting police, point their guns as anything that moved. REALIZE that NO officers were charged with attempted murder, or even reckless endangerment , or even a lesser discipline inside their department, some of those gestapo cops have been PROMOTED. What makes you think they need a declaration of Martial LAW?
If you are smart that is one fear you can give up, and find your spine and resist this Totalitarian State in MILLIONS of individual and creative ways, impossible to predict, impossible to thwart. It is time we make it impossible for these criminal psychopaths to govern. They need to FEAR US. It is the only way Liberty can be restored. Less you think I am "spreading radicalism" foreign to our America in her Founding, To Wit:
When government fears the people, there is liberty...(Quotation)
Quotation: "When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny."
"When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.""Does the government fear us? Or do we fear the government? When the people fear the government, tyranny has found victory. The federal government is our servant, not our master!"
“When the people fear the government, that's tyranny; when the government fears the people, that's freedom.”
Papers of Thomas Jefferson Digital EditionThomas Jefferson: Papers and Thomas Jefferson: Biographies collections in Hathi Trust Digital LibraryThomas Jefferson Retirement PapersEarliest known appearance in print: 1914
Earliest known appearance in print, attributed to Thomas Jefferson: 1994
Other attributions: Samuel Adams, Thomas Paine
Status: We have not found any evidence that Thomas Jefferson said or wrote, "When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny," nor any evidence that he wrote its listed variations.
Comments: One source attributes this quotation to Jefferson in The Federalist. The Federalist, however, was the work of Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison, not Thomas Jefferson; nor does The Federalist contain the text of this quotation. This quotation is vaguely similar to Jefferson's comment in an 1825 letter to William Short: "Some are whigs, liberals, democrats, call them what you please. Others are tories, serviles, aristocrats, &c. The latter fear the people, and wish to transfer all power to the higher classes of society; the former consider the people as the safest depository of power in the last resort; they cherish them therefore, and wish to leave in them all the powers to the exercise of which they are competent." To date, however, the most likely source of this quotation appears to be a series of debates on socialism published in 1914, in which John Basil Barnhill said, "Where the people fear the government you have tyranny. Where the government fears the people you have liberty."
1. John Basil Barnhill, Barnhill-Tichenor Debate on Socialism, As It Appeared in the National Rip-Saw (Saint Louis, Mo.: The National Rip-Saw Pub. Co., 1914), 34.2. To establish the earliest appearance of this phrase in print, the following sources were searched for the phrase, "When governments fear the people, there is liberty": Google Books, Google Scholar, Amazon.com, Internet Archive, JSTOR, American Broadsides and Ephemera, American History and Culture Online: Sabin Americana, 1500-1926, Early American Imprints, Series I: Evans (1639-1800), Early American Imprints, Series II: Shaw-Shoemaker (1801-1819), Eighteenth Century Collections Online, The Making of the Modern World: The Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature, America's Historical Newspapers, 19th Century United States Newspapers, American Founding Era Collection.3. Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn, Butterflies, Mind Control -- The Razor's Edge: It's All in the Game (Las Vegas: Phoenix Source Distributors, 1994), 214.4. Archimedes C. Articulo, The Experience of Philosophy (Manila, Philippines: Rex Book Store, 2008), 315.5. Jefferson to William Short, January 8, 1825, in Ford, XII:335. Transcription available at Founders Online.