If he broke a law why didn't they take him to court and charge him? Because the court might not give them the outcome they want. People's easy acceptance that due process is an outdated notion scares me a hell of a lot more than some guy going batsh**. I will agree that anyone who is posting anything that is even close to controversial without the benefit of tor is not the brightest light in the sky but that doesn't make it ok. I guess i should remove "the revolution will not be televised" from my music library because it might fit some profile that is deemed a threat.
How can it be paranoia when the government arrested him for his speech?
So wait, this guy is a patriot for taking some libertarian ideas to the ideological extreme, but Ron Paul endorses a watered down version and he's a dangerous nut job? Can't have it both ways.
I'm skeptical of this case. Either the govt. overreacted or we don't have the full picture.
"Hmmm...Can't decide if I want to watch "Four Houses" or give myself an Icy Hot pee hole enema..." - Blake Shelton
EDIT: Wall Street & the Bolshevik Revolution by Antony C. Sutton
Something is definitely fishy, what he said does not add up to what they charged him with.
I don't agree or believe some of what he said, but some of it is definitly true and needs to be addressed. A President issuing Executive Orders that are actually contrary to actual law is definitely a bad thing. The fact that he actually gets enough public support to win re-election after doing so is just insane. Hell, I believe we are heading down the path to armed revolution. I am not going to advocate it. I am not going to start it. Nor am I going to lead it. In my current physical condition the most I could do is give verbal support and maybe, just maybe try to defend myself if necessary. But against the Obama regime, sure, I would verbaly support someone elses revolution if they had decent ideas and real fixes for the problems. If they are just angry because **** don't work anymore, I wouldn't be interested in them. I want solutions, not "I'm madder than hell and ain't going to take anymore" crap.
Most of these guys are just nuts though. They have absolutely no clue on how to go about even doing what they claim they are trying to do. You don't go around killing politicians, you might end up with one even worse (Biden) or the same people that elected them will just elect someone else from the same side probably who will just continue down the same path. If some idiot killed Obama today, they would hand the November election to Biden or Clinton or whoever else the Dems put up, look at Johnson after the Kennedy assissination. The "right" and Libertarians sure as hell would not benefit from it. Assassination historical only works in very, very rare conditions and really shouldn't be persued. Blowing up Federal buildings is also just plain stupid. How many of those workers are actually supports of the politics you hate? Not to mention that like we found out after the OKC bombing, the government puts daycare centers in buildings that may be targeted and dead children are always going to silence any support for what ever belief you did it for.
No, for now, although we are building towards revolution, it is not time. There are no leaders offering up workable methods and solutions. Would I support and do I support (verbally of course) Texas seperating, especially if Obama wins again, sure, but that is not the same as revolution. Texas seperating only becomes an Armed Conflict if the US pushes things, Texas won't initiate any actual attacks. Why would/do I support the idea of seperation for Texas, simple, the stresses leading towards revolution are building, allowing a path for the peaceful seperation of the two sides would greatly reduce those pressures. Let each side have their section of the country, let those who believe in one path or the other move to the section they support and allow each to peacefully persue their own way.
I love the NSA. It's like having a secret fan-base you will never see, but they're there, watching everything you write and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside knowing that I may be some person's only form of unconstitutional entertainment one night.
Thank goodness there are still some judges that haven't sold out. A guy gets jailed without cause or a judicial process and he's the crazy one. Maybe just maybe the crazy ones are the people who don't believe what is right in front of them
The real question is can he bring charges against the people who arrested him and their bosses. Isn't kidnapping a crime? Hell at least I'm willing to let them be judged by a jury which is a hell of a lot more than they were willing to do