Your Master Demands A Boot Licking!

(PCC)Hey citizen, there is still a lot of day left to lick some boots! Think this is crazy, then keep reading!

Over the past few decades, there has been a significant shift in the American judicial system. This evolution, characterized by the growing reliance on punitive damages and strategic lawsuits, has given rise to a modern form of servitude, where the authority figure is no longer an individual but rather the government, also known as the State!

This phenomenon, commonly referred to as “lawfare,” demonstrates the manipulation of legal systems and principles to achieve specific political or ideological goals. It transforms the judicial landscape into a contentious battleground where individuals can face severe financial consequences and involuntary obligations.

The 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution, ratified in 1865, unequivocally prohibits involuntary servitude except as punishment for a crime.

13th Amendment: Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

Nevertheless, over time and with subtle adjustments, the judiciary has evolved into a means of imposing severe penalties on corporations and individuals, which goes against the original intent of this amendment. Those responsible for the damage would provide restitution to the victims.

However, this judicial cancer has experienced significant growth and is metastasizing, aimed at consuming it’s host, We the People.

Today, defamation, a harm is often seen as subjective and unclear, can result in significant financial penalties which unfairly penalize individuals for simply expressing their First Amendment rights.

In addition to defamation, punitive damages have been applied to cases where governmental agencies use legal action as a means of generating revenue. Prosecutors, in certain cases, may fabricate charges or exaggerate fees and penalties, all in the name of upholding the law.

These funds frequently find their way into government coffers, effectively creating slush funds. This practice highlights a systemic metastasizing where the real wrongdoing is the excessive extraction of wealth from citizens, especially those who do not adhere to approved narratives or speech dictated by the State.

Prominent individuals like Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, and Alex Jones exemplify the significant influence of lawfare. These individuals have been targeted with lawsuits that some argue are driven by political motives, with the intention of stifling disagreement and penalizing ideological differences.

Instances where people pray on sidewalks or attend church during COVID-19 lockdowns demonstrate how legal battles impact the everyday lives of regular Americans!

The fundamental concern revolves around the gradual erosion of constitutional safeguards. The 13th Amendment clearly states involuntary servitude is only allowed as a form of punishment for a crime.

In addition, the Fourth and Fifth Amendments, which safeguard against unreasonable searches and seizures and ensure due process, are frequently disregarded. The detention of individuals without trial and the confiscation of possessions without proper legal procedures are clear illustrations of the constitutional crisis at hand and the metastasizing of a judicial cancer.

Another important aspect of this issue is the practice of “judge shopping,” where legal counsel seeks out sympathetic courts and judges to hear their cases. This practice further distorts the legal process, guaranteeing outcomes favor specific agendas and clients, often at the cost of fair and impartial justice.

Notable cases involving figures such as Trump and Giuliani highlight this issue. At times, courts have overlooked trustworthy evidence or deprived defendants of the chance to present a comprehensive defense, which has only intensified concerns about judicial bias and misconduct.

Final Word: When the State uses it power to enslave it’s citizen by the use of it’s own laws it created and enforces, then the State MUST be corrected, taught a lesson and put back in chains!  However, if the correction and chains are ignored then all citizens will be the ones corrected chained and imprisoned!



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