All Gun Laws Passed Since 1902 are Invalid and Illegal

Before It’s News

The so-called “Wars on Drugs and Terror” notwithstanding, the “Efficiency Of Militia Bill H.R. 11654M” June 28, 1902 Invalidates All So-Called Gun-Control Laws ‘Passed’ Since that Date.

This shot will  hopefully be heard around the world.

Everyone who is even partially aware of what is going on around them is aware that if only the “Bad Guys” have guns, you and I are F*cked if we are confronted by them.  

The new “Only Legal to Run” (you can shoot them in the back) Bill only serves to confirm my absolute conviction that this, and other governments around the world are disarming their citizens for the simple reason that when they say “ENOUGH!” they will mean it… Tom Dennen

H.R. 11654M also divides the militia into three distinct and separate entities.

The three classes H.R. 11654 provides for are the organized militia, henceforth known as the National Guard of the State, Territory and Di strict of Columbia ;the unorganized militia; and the regular army.

The militia encompasses every able-bodied male between the ages of 18 and 45. All members of the unorganized militia have the absolute personal right and 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms of any type, and as many as they can afford to buy.

The Dick Act of 1902 cannot be repealed; to do so would violate bills of attainder and ex post facto laws which would be yet another gross violation of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

The President of the United States has zero authority without violating the Constitution to call the National Guard to serve outside of their State borders.

The National Guard Militia can only be required by the National Government for limited purposes specified in the Constitution (to uphold the laws of the Union ; to suppress insurrection and repel invasion). These are the only purposes for which the Federal Government can call upon the National Guard.

But also listen to some real American Patriots, the men on the side of We, The People…

Rep. Kucinich (D-Ohio)  Questions The ‘Patriot Act’ 2-25-2002

How Can We Justify This?
Let us pray that our nation will remember that the unfolding of the promise of democracy in our nation paralleled the striving for civil rights. That is why we must challenge the rationale of the Patriot Act. We must ask why should America put aside guarantees of constitutional justice?

How can we justify in effect canceling the First Amendment and the right of free speech, the right to peaceably assemble?

How can we justify in effect canceling the Fourth Amendment, probable cause, the prohibitions against unreasonable search and seizure?

How can we justify in effect canceling the Fifth Amendment, nullifying due process, and allowing for indefinite incarceration without a trial?

How can we justify in effect canceling the Sixth Amendment, the right to prompt and public trial?

How can we justify in effect canceling the Eighth Amendment which protects against cruel and unusual punishment?

We cannot justify widespread wiretaps and internet surveillance without judicial supervision, let alone with it. We cannot justify secret searches without a warrant. We cannot justify giving the Attorney general the ability to designate domestic terror groups. We cannot justify giving the FBI total access to any type of data which may exist in any system anywhere such as medical records and financial records.

We cannot justify giving the CIA the ability to target people in this country for intelligence surveillance. We cannot justify a government which takes from the people our right to privacy and then assumes for its own operations a right to total secrecy. The Attorney General recently covered up a statue of Lady Justice showing her bosom as if to underscore there is no danger of justice exposing herself at this time, before this administration.

Let us pray that our nation’s leaders will not be overcome with fear. Because today there is great fear in our great Capitol. And this must be understood before we can ask about the shortcomings of congress in the current environment. The great fear began when we had to evacuate the Capitol on September 11. It continued when we had to leave the Capitol again when a bomb scare occurred as members were pressing the CIA during a secret briefing. It continued when we abandoned Washington when anthrax, possibly from a government lab, arrived in the mail. It continued when the Attorney General declared a nationwide terror alert and then the Administration brought the destructive Patriot Bill to the floor of the House. It continued in the release of the Bin Laden tapes at the same time the President was announcing the withdrawal from the ABM treaty. It remains present in the cordoning off of the Capitol. It is present in the camouflaged armed national guardsmen who greet members of Congress each day we enter the Capitol campus. It is present in the labyrinth of concrete barriers through which we must pass each time we go to vote. The trappings of a state of siege trap us in a state of fear, ill equipped to deal with the Patriot Games, the Mind Games, the War Games of an unelected President and his unelected Vice President.

Let us pray that our country will stop this war. “To promote the common defense” is one of the formational principles of America. Our Congress gave the President the ability to respond to the tragedy of September the Eleventh. We licensed a response to those who helped bring the terror of September the Eleventh. But we the people and our elected representatives must reserve the right to measure the response, to proportion the response, to challenge the response, and to correct the response.

♠ Because we did not authorize the invasion of Iraq.

♠ We did not authorize the invasion of Iran.

♠ We did not authorize the invasion of North Korea.

♠ We did not authorize the bombing of civilians in Afghanistan.

♠ We did not authorize permanent detainees in Guantanamo Bay.

♠ We did not authorize the withdrawal from the Geneva Convention.

♠ We did not authorize military tribunals suspending due process and habeas corpus.

♠ We did not authorize assassination squads.

♠ We did not authorize the resurrection of COINTELPRO.

♠ We did not authorize the repeal of the Bill of Rights.

♠ We did not authorize the revocation of the constitution.

♠ We did not authorize national identity cards.

♠ We did not authorize the eye of Big Brother to peer from cameras throughout our cities.

♠ We did not authorize an eye for an eye.

♠ Nor did we ask that the blood of innocent people, who perished on September 11, be avenged with the blood of innocent villagers in Afghanistan.

♠ We did not authorize the administration to wage war anytime, anywhere, anyhow it pleases.

♠ We did not authorize war without end.

♠ We did not authorize a permanent war economy.

Yet we are upon the threshold of a permanent war economy. The President has requested a $45.6 billion increase in military spending. All defense-related programs will cost close to $400 billion. Consider that the Department of Defense has never passed an independent audit. Consider that the Inspector General has notified Congress that the Pentagon cannot properly account for $1.2 trillion in transactions. Consider that in recent years the Dept. of Defense could not match $22 billion worth of expenditures to the items it purchased, wrote off, as lost, billions of dollars worth of in-transit inventory and stored nearly $30 billion worth of spare parts it did not need.

Yet the defense budget grows with more money for weapons systems to fight a cold war which ended, weapon systems in search of new enemies to create new wars. This has nothing to do with fighting terror. This has everything to do with fueling a military industrial machine with the treasure of our nation, risking the future of our nation, risking democracy itself with the militarization of thought which follows the militarization of the budget.

United States Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich (D-Ohio)

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5 thoughts on “All Gun Laws Passed Since 1902 are Invalid and Illegal

  1. Why would ANYONE “look to our nations leaders”.

    THEY’RE THE PROBLEM.

    Why hasn’t this FACT – save for 1 or 3 of these clowns, dawned on anyone in ANY form of the press? I see these articles, and we’re supposed to ”pray” that these glutinous sociopaths will somehow ‘see the light’ or suddenly change?

    Wow. Talk about a delusional belief of Constitutionalists…..

    …………………………….

  2. NO gun law of any kind at any time supersedes my God-given right to self defense, or to defend our country from enemies, either foreign or domestic. The 2nd article only tells the government how THEY are restricted in regards to my right to keep and bear arms

  3. Overturning, overruling, or ignoring any law that they don’t like has been a long standing tradition of politicians.

    Overruling a law is as simple as finding or appointing a judge to do the actual dirty work

    Overruling is done the same as above, but sometimes if there is a law that absolutely can not be overruled by itself, they pass two laws to counter the one in question, and then the judge can simply use the rule of majority to overrule the first law as there are more laws against it, than for it.

    Ignoring a law is probably the most time honored tradition of all. As in “The Obama administration is honored to ignore any law he doesn’t like. Every time!”

  4. We now live in a feudal system and have no rights unless we rise up and take them back.We are back in the Middle Ages.The peasants had no rights other than those permitted by the king,and they could be rescinded at any time he decided to abolish them.Kind of sounds like today,doesn’t it?

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