In my last article, I wrote about China and how they are going to make a play on our currency which will ultimately lead to the destruction of the U.S. Dollar and replace it with the Chinese Yuen. If that isn’t bad enough, there is an even bigger threat to our country and our freedom and it is happening daily.
After reading my article “America The Changed” you might realize what I am about to talk about. Yep, it is the over-criminalization of our society. What I mean is that everything is against the law, from what you eat (raw milk) to protecting yourself and your property. Over the last 50+ years, our State, Local and Federal governments have made nearly everything illegal.
Here is another story
From New Hampshire, where the slogan is “Live Free Or Die,” a man named Dennis Fleming decided to protect his property by firing a shot into the ground to warn a burglar. This burglar had just stolen stuff from his neighbor’s house and from Mr. Fleming’s house – while his grandkids were in the home. So, after finding the thief, Mr. Fleming sized him up and decided that he couldn’t take him physically. Fleming, after all, is 61 years old. So, he fired a warning shot into the ground and the burglar stopped.
Fleming held him there until police arrived. However, once they arrived, they charged Fleming with Reckless Conduct. They arrested him and took him downtown….along with the guy robbing his house.
The charges were subsequently dropped, but Fleming now has an arrest record after being detained for protecting his property.
I have just started reading a book called, “One Nation Under Arrest” which exposes just some of the laws and regulations that are haunting normal, law-abiding citizens.
Why is this such a threat?
You see, with the fear that your going to be imprisoned for simply living a normal life, you may avoid doing certain things. For example, a man who imported lobsters from Honduras was jailed for 6 years for a Honduran law that wasn’t even in effect any longer. The law was upheld here in the States and this man lost everything. His business, his savings, his family and his life.
Taken to the extreme and you have N. Korea where people are afraid of everything. There are people there who didn’t cry hard enough for their sick former leader’s funeral. Those people received six months in labor camps. When everything is illegal, the government can further oppress the people. They can use law, jail, arrests and police to keep the people in control.
What can we do?
I would start with reading the book, “One Nation Under Arrest.” Sure, it’ll piss you off. But they offer some solutions on how to combat the nearly 9,000 new regulations that go into effect each and every year.