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By Mark A. Goldman
read and researched hundreds or thousands of related articles
by credible authors as I have done, it becomes obvious that
the Constitution is no longer the law of the land.
It was abused, now fallen into disuse, no longer being
preserved, protected, defended, or followed by the President,
Congress, or the Supreme Court. It
isn’t being defended by most military personnel, civil
servants, or other professionals who took an oath to defend it
when they were licensed and/or authorized to work in their
respective careers. Likewise,
what we call the fourth estate is also ignoring and abusing
its purpose and mandate.
It is easy to
provide evidence that the President and Congress now only
follow the Constitution when it is convenient to do so.
When it gets in their way, they circumvent the rule
and/or spirit of the law without consequence.
War and war crimes are regularly pursued, invasions of
citizen’s privacy is ubiquitous, the writ of habeas corpus
is suspended, cruel and unusual punishments are carried out in
secret, while secrecy at all levels of government has become
the standard operating procedure for abusing human rights and
honorable process. Principles
of justice, freedom, and basic human decency are ignored as
certain classes of individuals have separated themselves into
those who are above the law and those who are not.
Those who are above the law have been enormously
enriched, while most of those who are not above the law, have been, or
in the foreseeable future will likely be, impoverished.
avoidance of the law, of principles of justice, of honor and
fairness is not limited to those who promised to make it their
life’s work to understand, preserve and protect the
lack of concern and dedication to its principles is now the
general state of consciousness of most ordinary citizens and
professionals alike. The
overwhelming evidence is their ignorance, their silence, and
their personal abdication of responsibility.
Most will say, “He’s not talking about me,
he’s talking about them.”
Well, if most citizens honored their citizenship
responsibilities, the Constitution would still be the law of
the land and nothing I'm saying would be at all necessary.
citizens, elected officials, officers of the court, members of
the military, now... allowing, ignoring, and denying the
perpetration of egregious affronts to principles of justice
the Constitution has been, for all intents and purposes,
evidence is overwhelming for anyone who takes the time, has
the heart, and cares enough to review it.
lies in the hearts and minds of men and women;
when it dies
there, no constitution, no law, no court can save it;
constitution, no law, no court can even do much to help it…”
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