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    "Have You Committed your Three Felonies Today?" - Jim Jatras At RPI's Media & War Conference

    "Have You Committed your Three Felonies Today?" - Jim Jatras At RPI's Media & War Conference



    Our adversaries can always play the ace of spades...war. And at that point dissent will be a crime. It is uncertain whether our opposition to the gathering darkness will be effective, but what is not uncertain is our duty to oppose it. Jim Jatras on why we must find our voice to oppose war and empire...
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    This is the best speech i have ever heard. Incredibly, brilliantly and meticulously put together. A perfect summary of the psychosis of our mainstream media and half of our country's population. Do they really believe the crap that's coming out of their mouths on a daily basis? Or do they know it's a hoax, as it clearly is, but they are in on the game. Who knows. One thing for sure is, half of our country is totally unhinged and Jim Jatras summarized their insanity beautifully. And potently warned of the dangers to all of us their tyrannical decisions and actions will bring if they don't change course.

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    great speech...
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect - Mark Twain

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    Excellent!!

    we wake up in the morning, go to work, come home, eat dinner, and go to sleep unaware we may have committed several federal crimes in the course of the day. The number varies but the average number of crimes per American seems to be about three.every one of us is probably guilty of something.There is no one in the United States over the age of 18 who cannot be indicted for some federal crime,” … “That is not an exaggeration.”
    •This means that if they want you, they can get you.
    •…who gets charged, prosecuted, and jailed is a matter of the relevant officials’ discretion.
    • … discretion can and will be politicized. …

    “Give Us the Man, and We Will Make the Case.” … The norm is politicized justice where holders of power – in an elective system, the winners – use the justice system to harass and terrorize the losers. …

    Whatever your feelings about the current administration, consider: the feds come in like gangbusters, breaking down doors, rousting targets from their beds, seizing their personal documents and devices, and subjecting them to piled-on charges and questioning designed to result in perjury, obstruction, and conspiracy charges – especially the phony crime of “lying to the FBI” – adding up to decades in jail. Those accused are forced to plead guilty to a lesser charge or bankrupt themselves hoping they will be vindicated by a jury … where the feds have a 90 percent-plus conviction rate. That’s treatment meted out to Paul Manafort, Mike Flynn, George Papadopoulos, Michael Cohen, and others.

    Conversely, clear evidence of crime, such as mishandling classified material, is a freebie: “No reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.” Oh, some of the emails are “personal?” That’s OK, you decide what’s what – we trust you! There’s a claim a foreign power hacked a computer server … no, we don’t need to see the server itself, your contractor’s report is good enough for us! And while you’re at it, go ahead and purge your electronic records (even material you’re obligated to preserve) and smash up your smart phones and pull out SIM cards. Oh, hey, does anyone need immunity? No need to bargain, we’re happy to provide! That’s the treatment accorded to Hillary Clinton, Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills, Tony Podesta, and their ilk.

    It’s no coincidence, Comrades that this disparity is the work of denizens of a law enforcement and intelligence apparatus that is focused like a laser on two closely linked objectives: One, get Donald Trump. Two, at all costs, make sure that he cannot in any way move forward … to improve ties with Russia. Those objectives are the two sides of the coin called Russiagate. …

    The Russia! Russia! Russia! hysteria is sometimes called a new McCarthyism, but that’s unfair – to Tailgunner Joe. …

    Which brings us to Maria Butina, a Russian grad student and Second Amendment advocate jailed (and refused bail) on thin allegations of unregistered lobbying. As Phil Giraldi observes: “If you are a Russian and you are caught talking to anyone in any way influential, there is potentially hell to pay because the FBI will be watching you. You are automatically assumed to be part of a conspiracy. Once ‘evidence’ is collected, you will be indicted and sent to prison, mostly to send a message to Moscow. It is the ultimate irony that how the old Soviet Union’s judiciary used to function is now becoming standing operating procedure in the United States.” …

    Among Butina’s nefarious activities: networking at the National Prayer Breakfast. If they arrested everyone with foreign government connections schmoozing at the Prayer Breakfast, they’d have to shut the thing down. Honestly, I doubt even the investigators believe Butina is guilty of anything, and if she were any other nationality but Russian she wouldn’t be facing years in jail. [ATTENTION: A legal defense fund for Butina has now been formed!]

    we are facing an unprecedented, coordinated campaign of deplatforming, shadowbanning, flitering, and other foul means of putting dissenting voices into a digital GULag. While the glove belongs to tech giants … the hand inside is the government’s. Using Russian meddling as a pretext … anything and anybody that fails Virginia Senator Mark Warner’s or Mark Zuckerberg’s sniff test is now fair game. …

    The idea of “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it” is out the window. Instead we have: anyone to the right of me gets what he deserves. …

    limiting what Americans can see and hear that differs from the official media line, … Unsurprisingly, that line is unfailingly for war and intervention. …

    we are approaching the edge of some profound historical moment … In the period preceding World War I how many Europeans suspected that their lives would soon be forever changed – and, for millions of them, ended? …

    what is not uncertain is our duty to oppose it, even at the risk of committing three felonies a day. “Fellow Thought criminals –UNITE!” …
    "Let it not be said that we did nothing." - Dr. Ron Paul. "Stand up for what you believe in, even if you are standing alone." - Sophie Magdalena Scholl
    "War is the health of the State." - Randolph Bourne "Freedom is the answer. ... Now, what's the question?" - Ernie Hancock.

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    "Let it not be said that we did nothing." - Dr. Ron Paul. "Stand up for what you believe in, even if you are standing alone." - Sophie Magdalena Scholl
    "War is the health of the State." - Randolph Bourne "Freedom is the answer. ... Now, what's the question?" - Ernie Hancock.



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