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New York Times Op Ed: “Let’s Give Up on the Constitution”

Liberty Blitzkrieg – by Mike

This New York Times Op Ed by Louis Michael Seidman, a constitutional law professor at Georgetown University, is one of the most absurd and dangerous articles I have read in a very long time. This guy’s incredible conclusion is that it is the Constitution of the United States itself that is causing all that ails the nation at this time.  Not once did I read about the Federal Reserve, or the “war on terror,” or the banker bailouts, or the complete destruction of the rule of law in recent years.  Nope, none of that.  Instead, this scholar’s conclusion is that the founding document, which created the fertile breeding ground for freedom and free markets and led to tens of millions of people to flee to from all corners of the globe, is the problem.

I suppose someone failed to remind Mr. Seidman that the oath of office for the military and those that hold political office continues to be:

I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

As I have said for years, a key part of the macro agenda of the corrupt elite has been and continues to be the destruction of the U.S. Constitution.  While the Bill of Rights is already being dismantled behind the scenes, Mr. Seidman is part of the effort to “sell” this concept to the sheeple  as I noted in my article: Here We Go…Slate Magazine Bashes the First Amendment.  I expect more of this type of propaganda going forward.

From the New York Times:

As the nation teeters at the edge of fiscal chaos, observers are reaching the conclusion that the American system of government is broken. But almost no one blames the culprit: our insistence on obedience to the Constitution, with all its archaic, idiosyncratic and downright evil provisions.

 

This is not to say that we should disobey all constitutional commands. Freedom of speech and religion, equal protection of the laws and protections against governmental deprivation of life, liberty or property are important, whether or not they are in the Constitution. We should continue to follow those requirements out of respect, not obligation.

The above paragraph is important for two reasons.  First, he picks and chooses what part of the Constitution he agrees with and then says those things are good and should remain.  More disturbingly, he then says we should defend freedom based on “respect not obligation.”  This is insane.  The reason the Bill of Rights exists is to enshrine the protection of civil rights under the law so that an authoritarian government cannot trample them.  Do you really expect government to protect civil rights out of “respect” if they are not obligated to by law?  Not a chance.  Then he concludes with:

But before abandoning our heritage of self-government, we ought to try extricating ourselves from constitutional bondage so that we can give real freedom a chance.

Full Op Ed here.

Please pass this on to every freedom loving American you know.

In Liberty,
Mike

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7 Responses to New York Times Op Ed: “Let’s Give Up on the Constitution”

  1. Eomer says:

    Well Mr.Seidman, it is my opinion that you are a traitor who is trying to subvert tye Constitution and I believe you should swing from the gallows for treason. But, that’s just my opinion. Lucky for you, Mr.Seidman, you are protected under the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. You see how that works now?

  2. CXJ says:

    Mr. Seidman does not specify what kind of government would replace the present constitutional government. He blames our government system for creating the woes of the world. He ignores the fact that the further the American government strays from American principles of liberty the closer the nation is drawn to the principles of tyranny and then he attempts to project tyrannical evil corruptions on the Constitution! This guy’s moral compass is so fu_ked up I would be surprised if he could find his way to the men’s room.

    Is Mr. Seidman one of those Zionist globalist who would love to vaporize five billion feeders to create his perfect government and utopia on earth? I believe he is. Furthermore, he probably is one of those people that believe if you’re not of Jewish blood you are mere cattle raised for slaughter.

    Really?!!! WTF is this no good co_ck s_cker talking about?! Seidman points out that destructive free enterprise was born out of the constitution and then out of the other side of his mouth he condemns liberty. However, he never mentions the communists murderers of the 20th Century that snuffed out the lives of 250,000,000 people because the psychopath Karl Marx wanted to rid the evils of free enterprise from the world! What Karl actually strove for was the destruction of Free Thinkers.

    I admit I don’t get it. Seidman, what has destroyed America is Communism you treasonous bastard, not the constitution or free enterprise which always flourishes in the fertile soil of liberty.

    No a_shole, monopolies are the destroyers of liberty. Fiat paper money is destroying the nation. Nine judges in black robes are destroying the Rule of Law how ironic. The cabal of the Talmud is the problem Mr. Seidman along with seeds of greed that have come to fruition in America and the world at large.

    The first and foremost MONOPOLY is the Federal Reserve Banking system. This is not free enterprise. Our Founders recognized the dangers of monopolies long before your sorry ass appeared on the scene.

    The second MONOPOLY is the paper currency system which is an intangible item namely fiat money (created out of thin air) that is exchanged for tangible goods and services. Whoever controls the paper money has unlimited power. Gee I wonder who that might be?! In 1972, the American Communist Congress abandoned the backing of the dollar with silver allowing an unlimited supply of dollars and debt! Did you get the word DEBT?!
    Look at the U.S. Debt graphs from 1900 to 2013 and tell me that the MF Federal Reserve didn’t destroy this nation singlehandedly..!!

    The nine Supreme Court Justices are dangerous Monopoly f_ck ups that have handed the communists, on a silver platter, their coveted victory over the greatest nation on earth or at least they think they have destroyed this nation. Maybe not… The Final Supreme Court is embodied in the people not by nine judges in black robes. The several states are not obligated to obey any court ruling that subvert, disparage or deny the contract of liberties, namely the Constitution, which the several states agreed upon and now all 57…oops all 50.

    That CONTRACT (The Constitution) has been signed, sealed and delivered by the American people with their blood, fortunes, and lives.

    The treasonous misconduct of our leadership throughout the several centuries does not invalidate the CONSTITUTION! On the contrary, EVIL people such as Seidman validates the CONSTITUTION and BILL OF RIGHTS.

    Mr. Seidman if you had publicly made such statements of blasphemy condemning Mao’s Communist Manifesto in Beijing you would have been railed into a People’s Republic Of China Tribunal Court and immediately found guilty of treason or mentally disturbed. In either case your immediate future would be in great jeopardy. Isn’t America a wonderful country! You can call for the over throw of this nation without impunity and you are getting paid for your communist rhetoric while you hide behind the Constitution to destroy it’s contractual obligations! Damn you Mr. Seidman damn you to hell.

    Folks Seidman is the kind of person that thinks the only sh_t that doesn’t stink is the sh_t that spews out of the mouth of communist. I’ve got news for you Mr. Seidman your breath could knock a buzzard off a shit wagon…

    Good day.

  3. TranceAm says:

    If he writes the along the same lines as a Chinese citizen, in China about the wonderful Chinese form of government, he would be read as if he was publicly asking for suicide by government.

    What is it that he can just write that blather, without Obama putting him on the kill list a domestic enemy to the Constitution? Oh Wait.. That is the famous 1st amendment. Seems that he does enjoy and freely basis his existence on certain other parts of the contract he wants shredded.

  4. NC says:

    Wow! Mikey and his New York Times pals need to stand up against the wall, while the rest of us stone the shit out of them or break out the firing squads at them for being the traitors that they are.

    Follow the Constitution’s requirements out of respect rather than obligation???

    Unflippinbelievable!!! What world are these bastards living in?

    HANG ‘EM!

  5. G Street says:

    They’ve been working on this for awhile now. If Seidman is concerned about government disfunction, he might consider the legislature’s transformation into an auction house. In no small part due to the change allowing campaign contributions to come from outside each state, all of our representatives now spend all of their time selling us out to the monied interests of New York. They have no time to do anything else, and cannot make compromise based on common interests. They spend all of their time getting money and pandering to monied interests. That’s the disfunction, and it sure wasn’t the constitution that brought it.

  6. Large Scale Aggressor says:

    Or, we can just give up on the Jew York Times. Wait a minute, I already did that, decades ago.

    Never trust a daily paper that doesn’t have a comics section. For most newspapers, there’s more truth on the comics page than the rest of the paper.

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