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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

When does resistance turn to revolt?

Is the end in sight or is the end near? Patience is wearing thin among many Americans who witness the behavior of an illegitimate government tear down what the majority of Americans believe. Via a hijacking by Donald Trump and the conservative minority who exploited ignorance to gain a stranglehold on power, the ruling regime is systematically destroying the things that make America great. At what point do Americans express that they have had enough? How do they rid themselves of a tyrannical regime the likes the nation has never experienced?

"In political philosophy, the right of revolution is the right or duty of the people of a nation to overthrow a government that acts against their common interests and threatens the safety of the people without probable cause. Stated throughout history in one form or another, the belief in this right has been used to justify various revolutions, including the English Civil War, the American Revolution, and the French Revolution."

Are we there yet?

At first, there are calls for peaceful resistance to letting the rule of law prevail. What happens when due process and the keepers of justice become corrupt and obstruct justice? The peaceful process comes in jeopardy.

President Trump is accused of Emolument Clause violations alleging his having conflicts of interest. His campaign and staff, including him, are under investigation for improper ties with Russians. Russians are linked by authorities with having tampered with the American election process while Donald Trump is witnessed as having cheered them on.

Donald Trump and associates engaged in violations that are characterized as Misprision that is, covering up untruthfulness about which Trump and associates knew. That includes the Vice President.

Trump and his cabinet members have repeatedly lied to Americans while serving in the capacity of Federal Government representatives. That is a crime and all of the above are impeachable offenses.

Congress, led by the House of Representatives, has the authority to initiate impeachment, though has not done so because it is also conflicted. The Senate leadership is too.

That means that the entire U.S. Federal Government, as it stands, is illegitimate. What is the public to do? Resistance is the first line accompanied by all legal means.

The trouble that I see now it that "all legal means" is effectively stymied by obstructors of justice. It is also blocked by weak leadership in the Democratic Party that is failing to mobilize a legal attack in the courts.

The avenue to removing the barriers to legal prosecution begins with pressuring Democratic representatives to do more than their jobs to rescue the nation from tyranny.

If that fails, the nation will erupt into violence, giving the regime an excuse to invoke marshall law. At that point, there will be no United States of America.

Patience is wearing thin

1 comment:

  1. Allegations in the absence of prosecution is just noise in the system.