5/13/2015

America, you have it!


The Federal Court of the USA has thrown out the craps of protecting the country and allowing the intelligence agencies and the White House to cheat on the American people and to enforce draconian laws to imprison the American people. The Patriots Act, the secrecy acts of all kinds that the Bush Administration passed to check, monitor and spy on every American citizen has been challenged by the independent judiciary.
 

The courts cited Edward Snowden’s act as a revelation of the abuses of power by the President and his administration, hiding under the cry of patriotism, national security, veil of secrecy and using the intelligence services to infringe the rights of privacy of its citizens, to threaten its citizens with the weight of the law to keep them under surveillance and in compliance.
 

The comprehensive surveillance power of the intelligence agencies have overstepped their roles and their privileged status and have become the enemy of the people instead of protecting the people. When state agencies abused their power against the citizens of the state, they must be checked. It is lucky and fortuitous that the American legal system is above the politicians, cannot be manipulated and abused by the politicians to do the becks and calls of the politicians against the people.
 

There is law in America. There is justice for the people against the terrorism of the state and its insidious perpetrators that used the state machinery to victimize the people like Edward Snowden and the general public. State terrorism against the people would not be accepted and allowed to be practiced freely under the guise of national security and secrecy.
 

The American judicial system and the separation of power of the state is a shining beacon to the corrupt world, to uphold justice and to protect the citizens from the tyranny of the state, from being bullied by the state and their enforcement officers, the police, the intelligence services and the courts of law.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

911 was claimed to be an inside job but was never conclusively proven. Which side was telling the truth, no one knows. But it benefitted, not the terrorist, but the people in power and subsequent presidents.

That was also the main factor that spawned all the manipulation of the laws for spying and tyranny, brought upon the US people, and the rest of the world in particular.

1984 canme and went, but this was a belated version of what George Orwell was thinking.

‚Ą≥atilah_$ingapura said...

@ redbean:

>> There is law in America. There is justice for the people against the terrorism of the state and its insidious perpetrators that used the state machinery to victimize the people like Edward Snowden and the general public. State terrorism against the people would not be accepted and allowed to be practiced freely under the guise of national security and secrecy. <<

Yah. It's called The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution, making it No. 4 in the Bill Of Rights.

No such legal precedent exists in, say, Singapore.