new bill directly out of 1984...actual thought criminal law

 
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2007 11:46 pm    Post subject: new bill directly out of 1984...actual thought criminal law Reply with quote

I was sent this email via the Toronto 9/11 meetup group mailing list. You have to see this to believe it.


House Passes Thought Crime Prevention Bill 10-25-2007www.roguegovernment.comLee Rogers The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed HR 1955 titled theViolent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007.This bill is one of the most blatant attacks against the Constitutionyet and actually defines thought crimes as homegrown terrorism. Ifpassed into law, it will also establish a commission and a Center ofExcellence to study and defeat so called thought criminals. Unlikeprevious anti-terror legislation, this bill specifically targets thecivilian population of the United States and uses vague language todefine homegrown terrorism. Amazingly, 404 of our electedrepresentatives from both the Democrat and Republican parties voted infavor of this bill. There is little doubt that this bill isspecifically targeting the growing patriot community that is demandingthe restoration of the Constitution. First let's take a look at the definitions of violent radicalizationand homegrown terrorism as defined in Section 899A of the bill. The definition of violent radicalization uses vague language to definethis term of promoting any belief system that the government considersto be an extremist agenda. Since the bill doesn't specifically definewhat an extremist belief system is, it is entirely up to theinterpretation of the government. Considering how much the governmenthas done to destroy the Constitution they could even define Ron Paulsupporters as promoting an extremist belief system. Literally, thegovernment according to this definition can define whatever they wantas an extremist belief system. Essentially they have defined violentradicalization as thought crime. The definition as defined in the billis shown below. `(2) VIOLENT RADICALIZATION- The term `violent radicalization' meansthe process of adopting or promoting an extremist belief system forthe purpose of facilitating ideologically based violence to advancepolitical, religious, or social change. The definition of homegrown terrorism uses equally vague language tofurther define thought crime. The bill includes the planned use offorce or violence as homegrown terrorism which could be interpreted asthinking about using force or violence. Not only that but thedefinition is so vaguely defined, that petty crimes could even fallinto the category of homegrown terrorism. The definition as defined inthe bill is shown below. `(3) HOMEGROWN TERRORISM- The term `homegrown terrorism' means theuse, planned use, or threatened use, of force or violence by a groupor individual born, raised, or based and operating primarily withinthe United States or any possession of the United States to intimidateor coerce the United States government, the civilian population of theUnited States, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political orsocial objectives. Section 899B of the bill goes over the findings of Congress as itpertains to homegrown terrorism. Particularly alarming is that thebill mentions the Internet as a main source for terrorist propaganda.The bill even mentions streams in obvious reference to many of thepatriot and pro-constitution Internet radio networks that have beenformed. It also mentions that homegrown terrorists span all ages andraces indicating that the Congress is stating that everyone is apotential terrorist. Even worse is that Congress states in theirfindings that they should look at draconian police states like Canada,Australia and the United Kingdom as models to defeat homegrownterrorists. Literally, these findings of Congress fall right in linewith the growing patriot community. The biggest joke of all is that this section also says that anymeasure to prevent violent radicalization and homegrown terrorismshould not violate the constitutional rights of citizens. However, thedefinition of violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism as theyare defined in section 899A are themselves unconstitutional. TheConstitution does not allow the government to arrest people forthought crimes, so any promises not to violate the constitutionalrights of citizens are already broken by their own definitions... (Continued) ...This bill is completely insane. It literally allows the governmentto define any and all crimes including thought crime as violentradicalization and homegrown terrorism. Obviously, this legislation isunconstitutional on a number of levels and it is clear that all 404representatives who voted in favor of this bill are traitors andshould be removed from office immediately. The treason spans bothpolitical parties and it shows us all that there is no differencebetween them. The bill will go on to the Senate and will likely bepassed and signed into the law by George W. Bush. Considering thatdraconian legislation like the Patriot Act and the MilitaryCommissions Act have already been passed, there seems little questionthat this one will get passed as well. This is more proof that ourcountry has been completely sold out by a group of traitors at alllevels of government. http://www.roguegovernment.com/news.php?id=4682 ._______________________ ... Black Krishna Brand Philosophy - http://blackkrishna.blogspot.com/ Music -
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