Before Overthrowing The Government, Remember To Register With The Attorney General
I am about to share something with you that may blow your mind. One of the reasons that I am, and will continue to be, against big government is that big government has too many rules. Too many rules typically means too much government control and too many excuses to arrest law-abiding citizens. We live in a country that accounts for roughly 5% of the world population but boasts 25% of the world’s prison inmates, so you can call me paranoid if you want but this is certainly not the “land of the free.”
Are you aware that before you overthrow your federal government you must first register with them and tell them of your intentions? I am absolutely serious, I will share the letter of the law with you in a moment.
After reading this document thoroughly I would wonder what kind of argument Eric Holder’s office might have for making this blog into an “unregistered” group that is engaging in “Civilian Military Activity.” It’s not the intent of any law that scares me, it’s the interpretations that one can gain by reading between the lines. It’s no different than our own 2nd Amendment. The founders wrote one thing and it is being interpreted in a totally different way.
I was able to trace the origins of this document on a government website and this might surprise you:
“The Voorhis Act of 1940 (18 U.S.C. 2386) required the registration with the Attorney General of certain organizations which advocated the overthrow of the federal government or any political subdivision thereof by the use of force or violence.”
I want you to understand the origins because, contrary to popular belief, not all of these things have happened under the Obama administration. Fema camps were discussed in the Reagan administration with a document called “Rex 84″ that was written by Oliver North. I don’t like Obama, but our government has been progressing toward corruption for a long time.