What If Freedoms Greatest Hour Of Danger Is Now…

March 7, 2016, by Ken Jorgustin

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Does the government work for us or do we work for the government?

DOES THE GOVERNMENT EXIST TO SERVE US OR TO MASTER US?

If the government exists to serve us, and if freedom is part of our humanity, how can the government take freedom from us? Is human freedom in America a myth, or is it reality? The United States of America was born out of a bloody revolt against tyranny. Yet almost from its inception, the government here has suppressed liberty.
~Judge Andrew P. Napolitano


 

What if the Constitution no longer applied…

What if the whole purpose of the constitution was to limit the government…

What if Congress’s enumerated powers in the Constitution no longer limited Congress but were actually used as a justification to extend Congress’s authority over every realm of human life…

What if the president meant to be an equal to congress has instead become a democratically-elected term-limited monarch…

What if the president assumed that everything he did was legal just because he’s the president…

What if he can interrupt your regularly scheduled radio and TV programming for a special message from him…

What if he could declare war on his own…

What if he could read your emails and your texts without a search warrant…

What if he could kill you without warning…

What if the supreme court justices no longer looked to the Constitution to determine the constitutionality of a law, but rather simply to what justices who preceded them thought about it…

What if the rights and principles guaranteed in the Constitution have been so distorted in the past two hundred years as to be unrecognizable by the founders…

What if the fifty states were no longer sovereign entities, equals to each other, and parents of the federal government they voluntarily constituted…

What if the states were mere provinces of a totally nationalized and fully centralized government…

What if the constitution was amended stealthily, not by constitutional amendments duly ratified by the states, but by the constant and persistent expansion of the federal government’s role in our lives…

What if the federal government decided if its own powers were proper and constitutional…

What if the Constitution were no longer the supreme law of the land…

What if you needed a license from the government to speak, to assemble or to protest against the government…

What if the government didn’t like what you plan to say and so it didn’t give you the license…

What if the right to keep and bear arms only applied to the government…

What if ‘posse comitatus’ (the federal law that prohibits our military from occupying our streets) were no longer in effect…

What if the government considered the military an adequate dispenser of domestic law enforcement…

What if cops looked and acted like troops and you couldn’t distinguish the military from the police…

What if you were not secure in your person, in your papers, in your property…

What if federal agents could write their own search warrants in defines of the Constitution…

What if the government could decide when you were and were not entitled to a jury trial…

What if the government could take your property whenever it wanted…

What if the government could continue prosecuting you until it got the verdict it wanted…

What if the government could force you to testify against yourself, simply by labeling you a domestic terrorist…

What if the government could torture you, until you said what the government wanted to hear…

What if people running for president actually supported torture…

What if the government tortured your children, to get to you…

What if government judges and government lawyers intimidated juries into convicting the innocent…

What if the government can send you to your death and your innocence meant nothing so long as the government’s procedures were followed…

What if America’s prison population, the largest in the world, was a cruel and unusual way for a country to be free…

What if half the prison population never harmed anyone but themselves…

What if people had no rights except those the government chose to let them have…

What if the states had no rights except to do as the federal government commanded…

What if our elected officials didn’t really live among us but instead all had their hearts and homes in Washington DC…

What if the government could strip you of your rights because of where your mother was when you were born…

What if the income tax was unconstitutional…

What if the states were convinced to give up their representation in Congress…

What if the government tried to ban you from using a substance in your body that is older than the government itself…

What if voting didn’t mean anything anymore, because both political parties stand for big government…

What if the government could write any law or regulate any behavior or tax any event, the Constitution be damned…

What if the government was the reason we don’t have a constitution anymore…

What if you could love your country but hate what the government has done to it…

What if sometimes to love your country you had to alter or abolish the government…

What if Jefferson was right…

What if that government is best which governs least…

What if I’m right, what if the government is wrong…

What if it is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong…

What if it is better to perish fighting for freedom, than to live as a slave…

What if freedom’s greatest hour of danger, is now…

 
It is believed that this 5-minute speech (I transcribed it above) by Judge Napolitano while on Fox News – got him fired from Fox News (non-renewal of contract a few years ago).

Further evidence that the mainstream news entities are in the back pocket of .gov, big government, and TPTB?

It Is Dangerous to Be Right When the Government Is Wrong