The Late Great Internet: How Freedom Died

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It was the grassroots campaign launched throught the Internet that got Obama the nomination over Hillary Clinton and into the White House. Now the Administration and the partisan Congress wants to end Internet freedom and usurp privacy under the guise of “cybersecurity.” And the liberals in government think this is a good idea.

I am sick and tired of hearing and reading how our Constitutional rights are being unlawfully taken away. We really need to get back to the Constitutional government that was intended by our founders.

The right of the people to free speech, to peaceably assemble, and to petition their government for a redress of grievances is inclusive of all media of which we have available to us and the Internet is part of that media. To allow government to pass laws and take from us those freedoms is criminal, treasonous, and a flagrant breach of the oaths each elected representative swore to uphold. We the people do have the right to recall these lying criminals. But I guess the question remains, “who will replace them?”

It is my intent to inform the public and educate them in how they can protect their Constitutional rights and return the power of governance back to the sovereign states and hence to the people themselves.

Senate bill 773: Cybersecurity Act of 2009 is a flagrant disregard for due process and an invasion of privacy. Contained in the language of this bill is “The Secretary of Commerce— shall have access to all relevant data concerning (critical infrastructure) networks without regard to any provision of law, regulation, rule, or policy restricting such access…” which to me is a criminal act in and of itself.

There is no precedence for taking away the peoples rights, and no bill signed into law, no Executive Order, that is unconstitutional should be followed by the people, nor allowed to be enforced. And those that do are committing treason.

© 2008-2016 by Fred Marsico & MKUltra

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