Let's tell legislators: There ought to be a freedom

To All,

I hope this finds you well and in good spirit.

Regarding the following post.., I don't know about you but I have thought about "where does this [law-making] end"? After 9-1-1 I read something about terrorism I found to be interesting. Perhaps you will also. The thrust of the article had to do with a study done on the concept/use of terrorism. Pretty simple actually. Let us say we were being terrorized by a source outside of the U.S.  The world knows the U.S. has the most formidable military this planet has ever seen. It is the "elephant". In other words a "frontal assault" would be suicide. Small, sustained "terrorist attacks" won't seem to do much to this "elephant" BUT, the "terrorized people" ASK for more and more "protection" from their governments and governments do respond with more and more laws and soon, the "terrorized society" has a police-state that is so out-of-control repressive.., the people rise up in rebellion and the country is destroyed from within. This concept/use of terrorism is easily linked to the Hegalian Dialectic.., "Problem", "Reaction", "Solution". It has been used for centuries flawlessly.  

Most, if not all of you are aware (the NWOdor OPERATING THROUGH) the U.S. government, at the very least, was complicit with the 1993 attempt to bomb the World Trade Center buildings, the bombing of the Murrah Building in OKC and 9-1-1. And most of you are aware of the plans of the NWOdor to destroy Amerika and reduce the world population by 85%. Hopefully you can see how all of the pieces to this world puzzle fit. From the elitist/globalist point of view, this planet cannot "sustain" an ever growing population and there is certainly truth in that position, so, they intend to play god's and DO something about it. We are experiencing the unfolding of their plan. How do you like it so far?

There is only one way to end this madness; ENFORCE "THE PLAN" @ www.i.am/jah/plan.htm

Please read on.


Let's tell legislators: There ought to be a freedom
by Mari Werner

Imagine a world where there are laws against eating too many sweets, standing on the top step of the ladder, or failing to show up for your doctor appointment. If you want to change your job or residence, you have to hire a lawyer to fill out and file the sheaf of forms required.

Imagine a world where every murder or assault trial requires years of litigation just to determine the charges. There's a different law for every location, weapon, and motivation. (Was it motivated by hate, gender, race, greed, stupidity, or some other syndromes or state of mind?)

Imagine a world where whole sections of large cities have been devoted just to housing the law library.

How far is this world from the one you live in?

Congress has been averaging about 235 new laws per year, and the California state legislature passed close to 1,000 laws last year alone. Has there ever been a session of Congress or any state legislature that ended with fewer laws on the books than there were at the beginning? Where is this leading?

Deuteronomy 4:2, The King of king's Bible Ye shall not ADD unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish [ought] from it, that ye may keep the Commandments of the "I AM" your God which I COMMAND you.
12:32 What thing soever I command you, observe to do it: thou shalt not add thereto, nor diminish from it.

Our legislatures are passing laws on top of the laws that are already there just to make political points. The California legislature recently passed a law against attacking and threatening abortion clinics. Didn't we already have laws against assault and harassment? How many laws do we need to cover a single act?

Have we become such a race of cowards and whiners that we need laws to protect us from phone solicitors, laws to dictate how people can talk to us, and police involved in every corner of our lives?

It seems government is being looked to as the solver of every problem. And of course, government's problem-solving tool is law. As the saying goes, to a man whose only tool is a hammer, every problem is a nail.

No amount of laws and police protection is going to make life perfect, trouble free, and pain free. It's life. We have to work at it. Granted, we need government and we need laws, and as a society changes it may need more or different laws. But hasn't this gotten out of hand? More laws are not the answer to every problem. Maybe people are the answer.

I have flown back and forth across the country since September 11, 2001, and without any great fear of hijacking. My absence of fear doesn't come from knowing that my blunt-ended nail file has been confiscated.

What makes me feel safer is knowing that my fellow passengers know what happened on September 11 and want to make sure it doesn't happen again. How many people in this country haven't thought through, what would I do if...?

The deranged man who rushed the cockpit of an airliner shortly after the September 11 attacks was subdued by passengers. So was the guy with the shoe bombs.

Our real security lies not with more laws and security regulations, but with us. Our protection is our knowledge, our skill, our caring about one another, and our willingness to act. The laws that we think we need to restrain other people are restricting and diminishing our own responsibility and power.

How often do our legislative bodies, either at the federal or state level, do spring cleaning and repeal laws that are clogging our lives and creating legal quagmires? Suppose we start basing our judgment of legislators not on the laws they vote in but on the ones they repeal?

Ask yourself whose permission you have to get, what forms you have to fill out, and what intrusions you have to tolerate just to live your life as a peaceful productive citizen. Instead of telling our representatives there ought to be a law, let's tell them there ought to be a freedom.

Source: http://www.lp.org/lpnews/0312/forum_werner.html

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