Compliance with criminality is futile.
What People Are Doing
The declaration of the COVID-19 "pandemic" ushered in a level of assault on our freedoms that has never before been seen in the modern world. Overt attacks on the ability to speak openly, associate freely, and on bodily autonomy have been incessant and oppressive. Violations of the Nuremberg Code have run rampant through coercion, propaganda, and…
Covid vaccine protestors gather outside BBC
The people have had enough.
The Gateway Pundit previously reported that at least six BBC buildings across the UK were covered with placards and photos of people who died from the COVID vaccine.
The rally called the “media is the virus” was held on Saturday, January 7th, and it was organized by three different groups: The People’s Resistance, Freedom Fighters, and The North Unites.
At least six BBC locations were simultaneously targeted during the rally: BBC Radio Merseyside, BBC Radio Sheffield, BBC Yorkshire Leeds, BBC Media City Salford, BBC the Mailbox Birmingham, and
Different methods of legal resistance, being tried now.
Lysander Spooner was a 19th century anarchist and staunch abolitionist.
Every once in a while I run into those who’ve given up on the constitutional system in America. They argue that the whole thing suffers from fatal flaws, and they will often quote Spooner to make their case.
“But whether the Constitution really be one thing, or another, this much is certain – that it has either authorized such a government as we have had, or has been powerless to prevent it. In either case it is unfit to exist.”
I understand the frustration, but I think those who make this argument miss an important point. They almost act as if the Constitution should enforce itself, or self-execute. They seem to think that because waving the document in front of rogue federal officials fails to compel them to stop usurping power, we should simply abandon the constitutional system altogether. But a contract doesn’t enforce itself. Some power must stand behind the ink and parchment to ensure compliance with its terms….
During the run-up to the 2013 federal government shutdown, the National Governors Association made a startling admission: the federal government depends on the states to do pretty much everything it does.
As the government was threatening to “shut down,” the National Governors Association sent a panicked letter to congressional leadership begging them to avoid the shutdown. In this email, the governors affirmed the feds need the states.
“States are partners with the federal government in implementing most federal programs. A lack of certainty at the federal level from a shutdown therefore translates directly into uncertainty and instability at the state level.” [Emphasis added]
Did you catch that?
Most federal programs.
A 2021 Pew Research Foundation report on surface transportation funding reiterated this important point. The paper is the first in a series on “Fiscal Federalism in Action.” In the “about this report” section, the authors make the same admission as the National Governors Association made eight…