I keep hearing people say the Bill of Rights is archaic when it comes to The Second Amendment because when it was written people used muskets, so I thought I’d comment on the other rights in that same vein. So, I listed some of them below, and will add my thoughts parenthetically after them. I will make my corrections in red.

Article the third… Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

(P.J.:This archaic little right was devised before the era of social media, when Paul Revere types had to ride around on horseback to get messages to people to congregate at such and such a place and such and such a time. 

Nowadays, what with Twitter etc., flash mobs could literally be formed in minutes.

News back then was printed on printing presses, which were extremely inefficient. This supposed right to freedom of speech was granted before the age of efficient Internet news. You can see the problem here, can’t you?

Also, there weren’t as many people back then, so it was a different time altogether. Nowadays, there’s lots more people, so the right to assemble should be proportionately diluted. The more people, the less chance of peaceful assembly, so this one is an accident waiting to happen. I would suggest “Free Speech Zones”, but we already have those. Also, the right to assemble should be restricted in really important places, like The Supreme Court. Thankfully, this got done today. I for one can’t see what The Bill of Rights has to do with The Supreme Court anyway.

As for the establishment of religion thing, this is tricky. What is a religion anyway? The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods, is one definition. The idea of American Exceptionalism fits this bill. So, if you have a problem with this, you have a problem with America. This part of the supposed right was written when America was really small, hardly a superpower, and not prone to meddling in global events to control them on behalf of Divine Providence. Isn’t Zionism in the purest sense a religion? What would  the Senate and Congress say if asked if they support Zionism? Well, if you said Senate Resolution 498 you would have a partial answer. The list of their votes for Zionism seems endless. So, scratch that clause of the Bill. Huh, I guess you could just scratch the whole pesky Third Article. Moving on.
Article the fourth… A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

Muskets back then were single shot and not very accurate, not like today when guns are better. Also, the advent of motorcycles and Twitter means you could have a well regulated and armed biker gang which could flash mob in minutes. So, obviously, this one has to go. I’ve seen lots of movies, and biker gangs make me nervous. This right was for a less efficient time. Dictators would not stand a chance against an armed biker gang. It simply isn’t sporting.

Article the fifth… No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.

There are a lot more soldiers now then back then. They might need someplace to live at some point. This right was written when America didn’t have much of a standing army, but now it’s pretty big. So, this right too is outdated. When it was written, America wasn’t the Divine Policeman of the world. So, scratch this one too.

Article the sixth… The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

When this was written, computers and phones were not even invented, so the need for the government to do a warrant-less search of your emails and phone calls was not anticipated, of course.

Searching your car at  mandatory checkpoints or stop and frisk points is okay too. They didn’t have cars back then, and The Founding Fathers would technically have been considered terrorists if they had lost, so they can’t really judge how we fight terrorism.

Secure in your person was written in an age when the drug war was not so critical. So, warrant-less searches and seizures at airports are also fine, since I can guarantee you airplanes did not exist in 1776. Drugs did, but chemistry was worse, so the good ones hadn’t even been invented. So much for Article the Sixth…
Article the seventh… No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.

This one is negotiable, since there are a lot more public dangers now than there used to be when this was written. Let’s just say war requires a declaration, but “public danger” can cover a lot of ground. I can work with this one, as long as the media is in control. Since I took care of that above in the Third Article, I’m fairly cool with this one…for now.

Article the eighth… In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence.

The trouble with this one is people watch all these TV shows about CSI Miami and all of that, and they all think their case is special because of this. Let me break it to you gently–if you have a public defender, you aren’t special. Also, an impartial jury kind of implies juries can decide law, not just guilt. People are really dumb now compared to 1776, so scratch Article 8.

Article the ninth… In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.

People are dumber now, so I don’t trust juries. In 1776, a juror would have been a hard working farmer type. Not now. So, scratch this one too.

Article the tenth… Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.

People back in 1776 were not ruthless enough because people were nicer back then. Times have changed. Break out the water boards and prison rape to make people flip to state’s evidence. Also, if somebody in a Mercedes gets pulled over and has their effects searched in a warrantless search and a joint turns up, they obviously bought their Mercedes and their house with the proceeds of pot dealing, so the state should be able to seize the car at the very least, and also the house and bank account. Fighting the case will drain their money anyway, unless they get a public defender.

Mercedes cars were not even invented in 1776. If they had been, I’m sure Thomas Jefferson would have been seizing them left and right. They are really cool cars.

Article the eleventh… The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

If all these people have the right to free speech and to bear arms, they might criticize and resist the doctrines of American Exceptionalism, political correctness, and Global Warming. None of this stuff was invented in 1776. I think Karl Marx invented them later on. So 11 has to go.

Article the twelfth… The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

The problem here is new stuff gets invented all the time, by default this will result in new powers getting reserved to the people and states and will result in a weakening of the Federal Government and an inevitable weakening in the state prescribed religion of American Exceptionalism and Divine Global Policemanism. In 1776, new stuff didn’t get invented as fast because technology was less. So it look like 12 hasn’t stood up to Time very well either.

So, that pretty much wraps it up for The Bill of Rights. It is unfortunate The Founders were so limited in their imagination. If only they had been able to anticipate every little technological innovation, they would have been embarrassed to write all of that irrelevant, outdated gibberish.

If you read this, thanks for playing. If you like, you can get two free zombie apocalyptic adventure books this weekend, Zombie World Order and Dead To Rights. Check Saturday morning, they should be free by then.

update-whoops, looks like I set the books to be free on Aug 30 and 31, so Sunday and Monday. Sorry ’bout that.

I’m linking to this.
It’s a video that gives the origin of the “conspiracy theory” that corporate media are not legally obligated to tell the truth. It’s an interesting story, the takeaway being a whistleblower lost her lawsuit on appeal because she was denied whistleblower status. Your workplace is not supposed to retaliate if you refuse to participate in an illegal act. However, the court ruled that the news does not have to be true, so lying is not a criminal act.
This is a good thing to know and archive here.

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Here is a list of “journalists” and corporate media centers who accepted an award from Planned Parenthood.

It should be remembered that the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, accepted an award from Adolph  Hitler’s NAZI Party.

Words fail me, but hopefully this list serves as a reminder of the heart of darkness that lurks just beneath the surface of human nature and human civilization. This is a list of retrograde barbarians, zombies of the first order.

LAST, FIRST
LEMIEUX, JAMILAH
TARICO, VALERIE
FILIPOVIC, JILL
GERSON-UFFALUSSY, JENNIFER
GUEREN, CASEY
BOGADO, AURA
ASLAM, FAZEELAT
PLANK, LIZ
ABRAHAM, LAURIE
CHERNIKOFF, LEAH
RICHARDSON, JOHN H.
PICARDI, PHILLIP
WANJUKI, WAGATWE
HERNANDEZ SADIE
KAMBUGU, CLEO
WALLSTROM, JONNY VON
THE NATION
ESQUIRE
TEEN VOGUE
BUZZFEED
YAHOO
COSMOPOLITAN
SALON
EBONY

I’m posting this for my own reference and as an addenendum to the charts I posted yesterday. Thanks to whoever wrote this.

Here is a link to the original

An opinion is what you have when you don’t have any facts. When you have the facts, you don’t need an opinion.

Facts – The final order for Reclassification and Renaming of Shortwave Diathermy for All Other Uses is over due and could be published at any time.

– A new 510k was filed for the ActiPatch on 8/6. The FDA suggested this course of action while waiting on the final order. BIEL was advised on this filing by the law firm of Goodwin Procter, whose lead FDA attorney Mark Heller has 10 years experience working with the FDA’s Device Division. The FDA has a commitment to process 510ks within a 90 day period.
http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf14/K142209.pdf
http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf13/K132194.pdf
http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf14/K141286.pdf

– As of 6/30/2015 BIEL had sales of $1,178,796 for fiscal 2015. This is a $732,516 increase over the same period in 2014.

– There are 585 Boots Pharmacy Stores selling BIEL products in the UK.

– B. Braun, a 175 year old company that sells $6 billion a year in medical products, signed on as the exclusive UK distributor for Recoveryrx after clinical evaluation.

– In his 8/2014 interview BIEL EVP Dr. Kotak said ” I joined Bioelectroincs in March (2014) with a roll to drive the European and Rest of World roll out of the current product line as well as bring on the development of the deep and diverse pipeline that Bioelectronics has.” ” We are the leaders in non invasive electrocuticals and we have new devices for chronic pain that are more powerful and we are going to be entering the field of Neuromodulation. Wherever there is nerve that is accessible to our technology we can stimulate it, and that gives us access to some very large markets.”

– Neuromodulation is technology that acts directly upon nerves. It is the alteration—or modulation—of nerve activity by delivering electrical or pharmaceutical agents directly to a target area.Neuromodulation devices and treatments are life changing. They affect every area of the body and treat nearly every disease or symptom from headaches to tremors to spinal cord damage to urinary incontinence. With such a broad therapeutic scope, and significant ongoing improvements in biotechnology, it is not surprising that neuromodulation is poised as a major growth industry for the next decade.

– In his 8/2015 interview AW said ” We have 5 on going clinical trials that we are doing for new products. We clearly see that we can solve and use the product for things like Migraine Headaches, Diabetic Neuropathy, and Post Operative Chronic Wounds.”

– Hundreds of testimonials are available on the WWW with real people telling their story of how the ActiPatch has changed their life by eliminating or reducing their chronic pain.

Bioelectronics Corporation makes a portable PEMF device (pulsed electromagnetic frequency) that has a variety of applications, especially pain relief for muscle soreness. Here is link to their website.

The FDA is giving them shit in the USA, although they have approvals all over Europe. BIEL’s devices are especially popular in England, and getting more so. England has made some mistakes over the years, but they were also the first to appreciate Jimi Hendrix.

Anyway, BIEL sales are taking off. The FDA has to address their petition for FDA approval or risk irrelevancy as sales pick up.

Anyway, here are some charts pasted below.

  • I mined this data from their financial reports and am posting it so others can see the charts. Financial reports should be charted, but nobody else seems to be doing this for this tiny company, so I am chipping in.
  • My end year projection is just a doubling of the first six months. This is reasonable because BIEL is getting more retail sites in Canada and England, and is also working on some kind of deal with BRAUN (a very big deal in Germany). So, BIEL should at least match their first half of the year numbers in the second half. BIEL should actually exceed my estimates, but  I am pasting the conservative view below.pictsalespictgross pictcost of goodsEnd note–I did call the FDA about this company, and the FDA is not issuing the Final Order to make PEMF a Class Two non-prescription over the counter OTC in August. The person I talked to was fairly straightfoward about it. They told me with some certainty, however, the Final Order would be issued by the end of the year, and they seemed to mean this.. So, Sept, October, November December are months it could be issued. In my opinion, it will be soon based on that conversation.
  • I know these charts are pretty simple. Email my blog and I will send you a more detailed analysis (numbers crunched etc.) I have all that, but want to post the big picture part.
  • Part 1 & 2 of the trilogy are free today and tomorrow (8/15 & 8/16).

 

 

 

The above link takes you to a video about Bruce Jenner, a guy a I grew up looking at on the cover of a Wheaties box and then pretty much forgot about. He declared himself a woman recently to much acclaim.
His/her case is contrasted with a white  lady of German descent who got into a lot of trouble for declaring herself to be black. The point of the video, at least one anyway, is we can alter our genetic structure by choice, as long as the large mass of Media Monkeys endorse it.
I’m going to link to a few more news stories and then try to make a larger point of some sort:
Florida woman arrested after hitting her lesbian partner in the face with a dildo during domestic dispute in front of police

Alameda Coast Guard Crew Seizes Narco-Submarine Carrying 8 Tons Of Cocaine

These two stories are related. The first one describes a woman who assaults her domestic partner. Turns out she is a former cop who did three years for possession of 25 kilos of coke. Aside from the quite obvious fact that she must have snitched to get such a light sentence for such a large amount, I am going to use this as anecdotal evidence of a larger point.

Same with the submarine story. Wow! 8 tons of coke. We’re lucky this sub didn’t have nuclear weapons. We pay more for military than every other country in the world combined and we can’t secure our borders, not just from people, but from submarine invasion armed with a socially destructive substance.

So this sub got caught, you say? The article says 30% of the coke in the country comes in by sub. Most of the rest is (probably) by Mexican truck and diplomatic planes.

This could all be stopped if there was the will, but the cops and politicians are dealing.

Watch the video I linked to. “In the time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act”, George Orwell.

The point is video evidence cannot be discounted just because the Media Monkeys say they can be. Watch 9-11 Exposed, Part Two, if you dare. It’s free. Watch these Planned Parenthood expose’ videos getting released. Watch a white woman says she’s black, and a man say he’s a woman, and then tell me why one is right and another one is wrong.

Why did they call it the Ron Paul revolution? Because he was telling the truth. Get the government out of the marriage business and gay marriage is solved. Legalize drugs and you will remove 90% of the corruption in our rulers.  Don’t just defund Planned Parenthood. Take away the ability of the Federal government to fund any country or group. Make Abortion a state thing and remove it from the federal realm.

A whole society is on lock down because of the drug war. It’s how all this search and seizure, war on cash thing started. They used the tools developed during the Drug war to take away people’s rights on the pretext of terrorism, completely oblivious to the fact that the drug war is a total washout.  We have a million people in prison for nonviolent drug offenses, yet the drugs are still pouring in.

We fought a war to keep the heroin flowing from Afghanistan, and now smack is back, and people are starting to die. Heroin wasn’t that big of a deal prior to 9-11. The Taliban has stopped it over there. How many American lives did the Taliban save by stopping heroin production in Afghanistan? Countless. The Taliban are heroes in that respect. Yes. The Taliban should be canonized as American heroes for stopping opium cultivation in Afghanistan.

Smack is booming again in Afghanistan, thanks to the Media Monkeys.Not one of those hijackers was an Afghan, not one. Not one 9-11 hijacker was an Afghani. Tim Osmond, a CIA asset dressed up as what we call a terrorist was the pretext. His family did some business there. The whole thing is a farce, except the Media monkeys say it isn’t. Facts don’t matter.

I am not a revolutionary. I am insane. I am insane for trying to explain to anyone “That All is not Gold that Glitters and Two and Two make Four.” (Kipling). It really is pointless, so why do I bother? I’ve written this before on this blog, but what interests me isn’t so much what people think. It’s why they think they think it, and how they justify this logically. The unexamined life is not worth living. Part of our lives, certainly, are centered around what we believe.

Maybe because I was such a lonely kid I empathize with some poor child out there growing up in a world of twisted and stunning contradictions. The FDA takes science and makes it a game of paying fees and filling out forms, and the corrupt play along happily, yet on scientifically questionable methods and evidence, we are expected to pay a Carbon Tax because known liars say we must on the basis of this weak proof. There is an interchangeable set of standards, but at the end of the day, selling poison to American kids is a big business and our taxes get used to make sure the poison heroin keeps flowing. The obvious collaboration of government and law enforcement in the illegal drug trade is evidence staring us right in the face, yet you know you are going to vote for the next drug warrior running for President, unless you are and were a Ron Paul supporter. I didn’t write this blog for you. Go back to sleep.

 

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