Constitutional Quizzery

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Mon, 12 Mar 2012 18:43:11 GMT  <== Politics ==> 

Starving the Monkeys - a good lesson in how the US Constitution was a design for precisely the tyranny under which we suffer today. Concludes that the only way forward is to wait for the dinosaur to fall under its own weight, and be ready, with local militias, to survive through the chaos to a new, much more local, order. [westernrifleshooters]

Answer 3: There is no enforcement language whatsoever for the Bill of Rights. Any prohibition without enforcement is merely a suggestion. Or propaganda, depending on your point of view. And so ...


We've learned from this little quarter-millennial experiment that only a system in which universal local militia service is codified can protect you in any meaningful way or preserve civilization in any recognizable form. Only the Constitutional prohibition of the universal local militia renders immune from the consequences of their misbehavior tyrants at all levels, from the greenest cop to the highest office holders, including the generals who will one day come to crush your own private Whiskey Rebellion. It is for this reason that the proponents of the Bill of Rights struggled to check what they saw back then as a Hamiltonian juggernaut aimed at the throats of the individual citizen. A struggle which has now proven to be in vain.

As I said before, no form of government which criminalizes the right to band together with his neighbors for armed mutual defense, against enemies foreign or domestic, can hold any validity in the mind of a free man.

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