Richard Anatone, Contributing Writer
You have all been lied to.
You were taught that the United States Constitution written by our Founding Fathers was the most important document regarding individual freedom ever written in the history of mankind, followed only by the Magna Carta. You believe that the Constitution set up a central government with limited powers, and that the powers not listed in the Constitution was left for the states and the people who make up the states. You believe that the powers of the central government were limited and that the powers of the individual states were indefinite, to quote James Madison. You believe that the first Ten Amendments, known as the Bill of Rights, gave to each citizen rights given to them by their Creator that no government led by man can take away.
That is why The Powers That Be hate you.
They hate our Constitution. They hate our Bill of Rights. They hate our freedoms, and they are doing everything they can to take these away from us.
Is this an overstatement? Is this being extreme? Hardly. For over two years, the Federal Government has been attacking anyone that believes in a strict interpretation of the United States Constitution, labeling them as “extremists” and “potential domestic terrorists.” We saw this with two documents recently released within the past few years, namely the “Department of Homeland Security’s report on Rightwing Extremism” and the infamous Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) report on home-grown terrorism that linked Libertarians, returning army vets, gun owners, Constitutionalists, Ron Paul, and Chuck Baldwin to white-supremacists and potential criminals. And now, yet another document has been released by the Department of Justice titled “Investigating Terrorism and Criminal Extremism: Terms and Concepts” that proves without a shadow of a doubt that the ruling class made up of people from both political parties (i.e., The Powers That Be), have nothing but contempt for our U.S. Constitution, our Bill of Rights, and our American sovereignty.