HAS THE US GOVERNMENT BECOME THE POLICING AND LITIGATING ARM OF THE ISLAMIC FAITH?
by Steven Neill, ©2017
(Jul. 13, 2017) — [Editor’s Note: Please see Part 1 of this series here for proper context.]
The government is also extremely active in pouring gasoline on this tinderbox as the US Senate just passed Resolution 118, an anti-hate crimes bill. There is a House Resolution (H.Res. 257) with the EXACT same verbiage that has not been passed. This bill was pushed extremely hard by REPUBLICAN Senator Marco Rubio and reads as follows:
“…Federal law enforcement officials, working with State and local officials… to expeditiously investigate all credible reports of hate crimes and incidents and threats against minorities in the United States and to hold the perpetrators of those crimes, incidents, or threats accountable and bring the perpetrators to justice; encourages the Department of Justice and other Federal agencies to work to improve the reporting of hate crimes; and… encourages the development of an inter-agency task force led by the Attorney General to collaborate on the development of effective strategies and efforts to detect and deter hate crime in order to protect minority communities…”
Since there are already laws governing arson, assault, threats, vandalism and destruction of property, why would this law need to exist unless the underlying goal is to, in fact, modify the meaning of the term “hate crime” to include “hate speech?” So, according to this bill, another federal law enforcement agency needs to be created to enforce what is, in reality, an anti-blasphemy law. This bill is truly fortuitous, as more immigrants have come into the United States in the last year than any year period in the last ten. These include 6,258 Muslims from Syria, and this bill, along with continued Islamic immigration, will only add to the tensions being stoked in this county.
In addition to the massive build-up of military equipment for the federal agencies, many local, county and state police are also militarized. In fact, the militarization of our local police forces has greatly concerned both the left and the right. We are seeing American cities more resembling Mosul than their former selves while the Leftopaths are demanding more “resistance” to Trump through brutality. On the other hand, the right is calling for force (whether police or the “clenched fist of truth”) to meet force. This is at a time when federal agencies have more weapons than most countries and the local police are not far behind.
I kind of embrace this notion of “Deep State” — Jon Michaels
Whether you call them the “Deep State” or the “Administrative State,” they prefer to be called “master.” Since doing away with political appointees in Ulysses S. Grant’s second term under the name of “efficiency,” these unelected and in many cases, unaccountable bureaucrats have amassed powers that dictators would relish. Everything from the water we are allowed or not allowed to use to the medicines we are allowed to take is controlled by some regulatory agency. The Founding Fathers gave us the US Constitution to protect us from an all-powerful dictatorship; the Progressive Leftopaths, starting with Woodrow Wilson, took away those Constitutional freedoms.
Few people realize that most of the laws we have in this country are never passed through any elected body, whether it be local, state or federal. Instead they are created by administrative agencies through a process of “informal rulemaking.” This makes a mockery of “justice” by making it easy for the administrators to make the laws and nearly impossible for those affected by it to challenge, participate in its creation or influence its outcome.
Many of these agencies have their administrative court systems that have neither judge nor jury and rarely need a judge-issued search warrant. They can impose fines and penalties and all without the protections guaranteed in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. Non-judicial administrative courts decide cases, and impose penalties, without a jury or an actual judge. Many of them are committed to overthrowing President Trump, and those agencies are now heavily-armed.
The increasing violence is coincidentally happening at the same time economic uncertainties are increasing in the United States and around the world. The states of Illinois and Connecticut are both officially bankrupt and Maine is there in all but name. This will eventually translate into problems with the states’ paying pensions and other obligations. If there is mob violence at Walmart on Black Friday over an X-Box, imagine the chaos when millions no longer receive their pension and state EBT cards fail. It strains credibility that the rise of mob violence, the power of the police state and the looming economic crisis America faces was coincidental. It is also not a stretch to believe that these events will trigger the “crisis” Rahm Emanuel said the government needed to implement policies that could not be executed in normal times.
“We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis, and the nations will accept the New World Order.” — David Rockefeller