For years citizens have been warning against the dangers of big government, claiming that we were going down the same road as China. These citizens have often been denounced as “tea-baggers” or even “tin foil hat wearers”. It seems their claim has verified their warning is credible, at least in regard to the U.S. allowing child limits.
A marine attending a local New Hampshire City Council meet gave an impassioned testimony, voicing his concerns over the U.S. government arming its police with military style gear. At one point he became so disturbed at the apathy expressed by his electorate that he had to ask, “Is everybody blind?” Just look at the video below, those on the citizens behind the marine are shaking their head and seem concerned or at least engaged with what the marine was saying. Then you look next to the marine and see a city official almost seeming like shes going to fall asleep or seems bothered to have to sit and listen to the concerns expressed by a man who fought for her freedom.
Heres the story according to Tru TVs Crime library,
In 2007, “In the wee hours of that Sunday morning, Newsom and Christian were carjacked at gunpoint in her parents’ 2005 Toyota 4-Runner and brought back to the house on Chipman. Christopher Newsom was raped over and over again (semen was found in his anus) and sodomized with an unknown object. He was blindfolded, gagged, and bound at the hands and feet. After several nightmarish hours, Newsom was either walked barefoot or dragged out to the railroad tracks where he was shot in the back of the head execution-style. The assailants shot him two more times (in the back and in the neck). Then Newsom’s corpse was doused with gasoline and lit on fire.
As though Obamacare, a poor economy, or a looming Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act weren’t incentive enough for Americans to renounce their citizenship, now we have a sudden border security threat to worry about. According to Fox News, “more U.S. citizens have renounced their citizenship in the first and second quarters than all of 2012 combined, and 2013 is already on track to becoming a record year for renunciations,” and its clear to see why such renunciations are occurring.
The hate towards Christianity is continually stoked by the mainstream ideologues. Here in part one of two, we will cover recent mainstream attacks upon Christians and their civil rights.
Let us start with the 1st amendment right to speech:
In Florida, two Gideons were arrested for distributing bibles on a public sidewalk. A principle of a nearby school called the sheriffs office and told the two men that if they didn’t they would face trespassing charges; FOR BEING ON A PUBLIC SIDEWALK! The men weren’t even on school grounds. For those who don’t know, Gideons are members of Gideons International, a group dedicated to distributing bibles. If you’ve ever stayed in a hotel where there was a bible in the hotel room drawer chances are it was from them. I can remember Gideons coming to my fifth grade classroom to distribute them, they didn’t preach, they didn’t talk about Christ, they just passed them out.
In Part 1/2 we showed a clear pattern of Christians having their rights slowly encroached upon by the mainstream media and the government. In Part 2/2 we cover the attacks upon Christians by radical Muslims and how Muslims not only enact violence but they encourage it.
-Lets start at the basics almost like reading a textbook in elementary school. That reminds me of the fact that in Saudi Arabian schools kids are taught how to cut off the hands and feet of humans when carrying out Sharia law (A Muslim set of laws aimed at harsh punishments to the offender in order to discourage future violation of the law). Their textbooks actually show pictures and diagrams instructing the children in the art of dismemberment.
On Tuesday an appeal court ruled unanimously that the city’s Board of Health exceeded its legal authority and acted unconstitutionally when it tried to put a size limit on soft drinks served in city restaurants. The city’s law department promised a quick appeal.
“Today’s decision is a temporary setback, and we plan to appeal this decision as we continue the fight against the obesity epidemic,” Mayor Michael Bloomberg said in a statement.