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by Ice

Americans are Apathetic to Reality

Click HERE.  This is the Economic package that went from 3 pages to become a small novel… and contains the sections listed HERE that the majority of Americans are totally unaware of. You won’t see the Mainstream Media reporting any of these facts in order to raise the alarm.

If that isn’t enough to give us a clue, then how about this:

U.S. Troops in “Homeland” Crowd Control Patrols

And let us review, once more, the “camps” that are awaiting the “mentally ill” “dissident” Americans and even more info available to all the “sleepers”:

Concentration Camps for U.S. citizens:

Congressman Tells Us We Are Under Martial Law:

Americans Apathetic to Reality:

Kiss it all Good-Bye.

The Home of the “Free” no longer exists … But are there any of the “Brave” left??


October 9, 2008 - Posted by | Constitution, Economy, End of America, Freedom & Liberty, Law, Media, Politics


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  2. Hey Ice,

    You called it last year…we knew this was all coming down…

    Comment by elyakatz | October 13, 2008 | Reply

  3. Yes, the economy gave them the opportunity to put the final touches on their insidious plan to destroy Freedom.

    And they march on because the majority of Americans allow them to. Is this due to fear or ignorance — or a touch of both?

    Keep making noise until the sleepers wake up.

    It is never to late in the struggle for Freedom.

    Comment by Ice | October 17, 2008 | Reply

  4. Ice,

    What is your opinion of the claim that Burgess was not referring to general martial law in America, but was using a shorthand term for a rule in congress, I believe it is HR 958, that is invoked in order to pass legislation through quickly in the event of a national emergency?

    Here is a link that describes this particular congressional rule. The auther, Robert Greenstein, seems alarmed by the invoking of this rule:

    Comment by elyakatz | October 26, 2008 | Reply

  5. But that is the entire point!

    How and why should this procedure even be considered in a “free country”??

    With true freedom the legislators have the ability to review and debate – in detail – all legislation they would vote on.

    If the House can be put under a martial law rule and be required to vote on any legislation that they have not had a chance to review — isn’t that the same as putting the country itself under “martial law”??

    We have been under “martial law” since this procedure became a reality.

    As stated in that video, these things are being done in “the dark of night” and Americans are totally unaware of what is being asked of their representatives – so how can Americans have their voice heard?

    And, out of Rep. Brad Shermans own mouth – this was a threat of military martial law. He was not speaking of the “procedure” – he was speaking of actual martial law being imposed. Don’t believe it? Check YouTube for the video. Search for Brad Sherman + martial law.

    Comment by Ice | October 26, 2008 | Reply

  6. The answer for this situation is for ethical Congressmen (If there are such critters!) to vote NO to any legislation that is introduced in this manner. For the politicians that try this sort of thing, we vote NO to them !! Politicians and diapers need to be changed often, because they are both full of the same thing! LOL On the serious side, we might try wholesale impeachment!

    Comment by Livefire | October 26, 2008 | Reply

  7. What if the legislation is something that would actually be GOOD for Americans?? How would the Representatives know without being able to review it?

    As things stand, it is my belief that any of them that have voted “Yea” on any legislation that has trampled upon the Constitution and the Oath they took to “preserve, protect and defend” that sacred document should be voted OUT of the office they hold and replaced with someone that will honor that oath.

    Comment by Ice | October 27, 2008 | Reply

  8. BS”D

    Politicians and diapers need to be changed often, because they are both full of the same thing!”


    “As things stand, it is my belief that any of them that have voted “Yea” on any legislation that has trampled upon the Constitution and the Oath they took to “preserve, protect and defend” that sacred document should be voted OUT of the office they hold and replaced with someone that will honor that oath.”


    The interesting thing that I noticed is that those who are deeply alarmed by this seem to totally cross party lines. Of course, I don’t follow the political careers of most of these folks…but I noticed both Dems and Reps sounding very similar…the ones who noticed something is very, very wrong.

    Comment by elyakatz | October 28, 2008 | Reply

  9. What I can’t get is why the People have been tricked into believing that only REPS or DEMS are some how entitled to be elected to office – the “two party” system. Why is it that People believe that their vote would be “wasted” if they vote for any other party outside of those two? I believe that a vote for either of those parties (with the exception of Paul (R) and Kucinich (D)) is a “wasted” vote.

    The Dems and Reps have worked together, hand in hand, to pass legislation that does violence to the Constitution and the American way of life. This has occurred because they all work for the “evil ones” – the huge multi-national corporations that control them – and that small group of men at the helm.

    Pres. Bush may have been speaking in code when he stated that the legislation needed to be passed in order to keep the “evil ones” from committing more atrocities. It may have meant “hey, if we don’t pass this those guys will do worse than the 9/11 attacks … and it may be our butts in the sling!!”

    Who will ever know the truth of these matters?? Certainly not The People. But The People can begin to take steps to correct the errors of the past by voting for men with courage – true statesmen – and denying the Reps and Dems the opportunity to cause more damage.

    Comment by Ice | October 30, 2008 | Reply

  10. BS”D

    Of course, you know I like Ron Paul. I’m with you on Kucinich too. He is very focused and on point, very aware of the games and refuses to have any part. Have you watched Marcy Kaptur?

    She really socked it to “the evil ones” during the bail out “debates”.

    Comment by elyakatz | October 31, 2008 | Reply

  11. Great Video.

    There were several that stepped up to the plate … just not enough of them. It was turned down the first time and then, after they “sweetened the pot” a little, they pushed it through.

    Wouldn’t it be great to see some REAL action taken by our representatives instead of all the wheeling and dealing so they can get their piece of the pie?

    I wonder how they will feel when all those unconstitutional laws they shouted “Yea” to come back to bite them in the hind parts. Oh yes… all those new laws to fight terrorism (you know of what I speak) will be used against “lawmakers” too. Remember this: If the Pres. declares Martial Law, Congress cannot even review it for 6 months. And what will happen to some of those Congressmen/women during that time?? Probably some nasty stuff that will scare the rest of them into “towing the line”.

    And what do you suppose the reason for taking impeachment “off the table” was?? Hmmm… what factors played into that?


    Comment by Ice | October 31, 2008 | Reply

  12. BS”D

    It is very bad. I’m glad I know more about what’s really happening then I did several years ago, because ignorance is not bliss. But neither is being informed.

    Comment by elyakatz | November 2, 2008 | Reply

  13. BS”D

    Do you think it’s worth it to write in a vote for Ron Paul? There is the sovereignty issue in voluntarily participating in the system. So the second option would be to declare oneself not a part of the game by removing one’s name from the registration rolls, or in the case of those who’ve already done so, to stay off the rolls.

    Comment by elyakatz | November 4, 2008 | Reply

  14. As you exercise your responsibility to guard your freedom, make your choice as You determine what is best.

    Ron Paul has thrown his “endorsement” behind the Constitution Party. And regardless of that, many people will cast a “write-in” vote for Ron Paul.

    Most Americans will be voting according to particular “issues” the MSM has provided air time for. The “issue” voters only see a tree or two and behave as though they have no idea there is an entire forest that must be investigated.

    IF I were to be described as an “issue” voter there would be only ONE ISSUE and ONE QUESTION: Will he abide by the Oath of Office?

    I can only suggest that People cast their vote for the candidate that will actually abide by the oath of office and work for the People, instead of their Bankster and Corporate donors.

    It is Your Vote. Cast it as You have determined best.

    Comment by Ice | November 5, 2008 | Reply

  15. BS”D

    Well said. I agree that the main issue is, will the candidate abide by his oath of office?

    I almost didn’t vote, but at the last minute, I did. My guy didn’t win, but I’m hoping that if a high enough percentage of Americans vote their conscience, (rather than the “lesser of two evils”) the Feds will understand that they are not governing with our consent. That may scare them enough to start and respect the people of this land.

    A few guys had to get the idea to rebel against King George. I’ll bet the first 10 felt like it was a losing battle. But the idea did catch on. Let’s hope the second American Revolution catches on before it’s too late.

    Be well.

    Comment by elyakatz | November 5, 2008 | Reply

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