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Chronicling the Suppression of Liberty in America | In Condemnation of the First Amendment: The Pentagon Issues a Formal Proclamation Associating Protest With ‘Low Level Terrorist’ Acts

Written By Michael Reign on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 | 10:43 PM


NOTE: The contents of this particular entry were initially dated in 2011, recent events concerning the protestation of police brutality in various localities across the continental United States, as well as the militarization of law enforcement agencies through the DoD 1033 Program, have prompted its republication.

Throughout the annals of chronicled history the grim harbinger of tyrannical suppression has been revisited by the erosion of civil liberties; in America, what was once regarded as sacrosanct has been systematically impugned by the scourge of authoritarianism. Recall the levying of the Patriot Act - a measure that the Federal Government insisted was necessary to insure the preservation of national security in the wake of the September 11, 2001 tragedy - most citizens residing within the continental United States support its issuance, unaware of provisions present within the bill that broadly categorize acts committed by the populace in defiance of certain government directives as domestic terrorism (defined by political constituents as “activities that appear to be intended to intimidate or coerce a civilian population, or to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion”). Later the ratification of the National Defense Authorization Act, which grants the Federal Government, under provisions included within the context of the previous legislative edict (the Patriot Act) the capacity to indefinitely detain individuals without the benefit of legal counsel utilizing descriptive metaphors/ analogies pertaining to the subject of domestic terrorism. Later still, they issue a formal declaration pursuant to Federal property, or localities utilized as staging areas for political events/ public speaking engagements, where Secret Service personnel are present during “events of national significance” - a stipulative measure known as the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011/ HR (House Resolution) 347. Undesirable elements within the general public perceived to be antagonistic provocateurs (such descriptors are utilized as a means to identify individuals acting in opposition to government preconception) can then be cordoned off into court approved ‘free speech’ zones, effectively stifling the potential for dissent. With the implementation of such directives nearing their terminus, constituencies within the Federal Government can effectively re-educate their subordinate legions through the broad categorization of political dissidents as ‘terrorists’ - simply because they have chosen to voice a difference of opinion in the public arena.

The registry links below clarify the points of contention presented within this brief introductory stanza in greater detail:

LINKED ARTICLES OF REFERENCE:

Redefining the Concept of Terrorism | The Pentagon Equates the First Amendment, Specifically the Act of Protestation, as an Insurrectionist Endeavor
HR (House Resolution) 347 | The Criminalization of Free Speech Through Government Sanction

CONCLUSION: It is of paramount importance that prospective viewing audiences fully comprehend the establishment of legal precedent concerning the ratification of the Emergency Banking Relief Act on March 9, 1933, as this particular mandate redefined the constitutional legitimacy of America, allowing for the reinterpretation of policy by agencies present within the U.S. Federal Government.
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