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Time to call treason treason

March 20, 2012

Photshopped image at linked article

Time to call treason treason.

Another obviously great mind seems to agree with me. But he has written a very neat, well reasoned, overview of the treason in our midst. From Jim O’Neil’s article in the Canada Free Press, “A Man for all Treasons and the US Constitution”:

By treason I mean attitudes, motives, speech and/or activities that are not simply un-American, but are squarely anti-American in intent and effect. Within the past few years we have seen economic treason, judicial treason, and political treason to name just a few. The great number of treasonous activities presently going on in this country precludes me from making an in-depth analysis, but I will attempt something of an overview.

Rightly or wrongly Obama is seen by various treasonous factions in America as being their figurehead; as representing their interests, and he may therefore in that sense be seen as a man for all treasons. Yet it is not Obama that I wish to focus on in this article, but rather two of the major forms of treason that are prevalent in America today. I am referring to one-world-government and anti-Constitutionalism.

Permit me a brief aside: while I believe in the sentiment “I may not agree with what you say, but I I will fight for your right to say it,” I draw the line at treason. If someone champions one-world-government over the national interests of the United States, then I say “Get the h—l out of my country.” I’ll be damned if I will defend their right to be a traitor. Let me be crystal clear here—I mean treason against the United States of America as a free republic under Constitutional law. [My emphasis]

The writer spent some time in his youth as a Navy Seal. And he knows Walter Scott:

“Breathes there the man with soul so dead / Who never to himself hath said, / This is my own, my native land! / …If such there breathe, go, mark him well;

…The wretch, concentred all in self, / … doubly dying, shall go down / To the vile dust from whence he sprung, / Unwept, unhonored , and unsung.”

—Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) excerpt from “The Lay of the Last Minstrel” [As quoted in article linked above.]

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