Court Security Improvement Act of 2007 - UR the target

Post anything and everything related to guns here...
pokerkid
Site Admin
Posts: 7781

Court Security Improvement Act of 2007 - UR the target

Post#1 » Wed Mar 19, 2008 12:31 am

When a semite sensitive like Aaron Zelman from JPFO gets worried, the rest of us should get worried as well. The new police state measures passed by the noecon owned Jorge BUSHit, will be used against us...

What... did you think that they would actually be used against the ghost of Bin Boogeyman and his CIA/Mossad/MI^ created AL-CIA-DUH. Get fucking real. Wake the fuck up. WE ARE THE TERRORISTS. Yes, you and me the American patriot. Lover of the Republic, not this commu-fascist state that is being erected WITH OUT OUR PERMISSION. Traitors will pay as they did in the old days.

Got Hemp ROPE???
pk

ALERT FROM JEWS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF FIREARMS OWNERSHIP
America's Aggressive Civil Rights Organization

March 18th 2008


JPFO ALERT: AN OPEN LETTER TO

US MARSHAL JUDICIAL SECURITY INSPECTOR DAVID A. MEYER


By Aaron Zelman, Founder and Executive Director

Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership

http://www.JPFO.org/


We at Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO) have
recently become aware -- through what amounts to a rather circuitous
and highly sinister threat from you, Mr. Meyer -- of a relatively new
federal law that calls itself "The Court Security Improvement Act of
2007
".

This perfect example of typical police state legislation -- which
you pressured Ryan Horsley, a defendant in a recent BATFE case, into
sending us -- says that whoever knowingly makes restricted personal
information available about a "covered official", or a member of his
or her immediate family, supposedly "with the intent to threaten,
intimidate, or incite the commission of a crime of violence" against
him, her, or it will be fined, imprisoned for no more than 5 years, or
both.

What it boils down to is that publishing names, addresses, phone
numbers, or other information attached to (just to name a handful of
examples) the federal thugs who murdered the Branch Davidians and
destroyed their church, members of Randy Weaver's family, or (had this
law been in place then) the troops who assaulted the Warsaw Ghetto and
the guards at the Nazi concentration camps, is now forbidden. In
short, Mr. Meyer, it has been made a felony to identify one's criminal
oppressors.

Since JPFO has never done anything even remotely like anything
specified above, the information you ordered passed along to us --
obviously with the intent of doing a little intimidating of your own
-- can only be interpreted as an attempt to shut us up, made on behalf
of the notoriously lawless Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and
Explosives. It was directed at JPFO, we assume, because we have
exposed BATFE's criminal behavior on countless occasions, requested
its investigation by the FBI, and called for its abolition. Under the
Second Amendment, Mr. Meyer, the mere existence of the BATFE is an
infringement of the right to own and carry weapons, and is therefore
illegal.

Now it comes as no surprise that BATFE would want us silenced.
Those who comprise it, and their predecessors, have been enforcing an
unconstitutional gun law cribbed from the Nazis for the last four
decades, since 1968.

See <http://www.jpfo.org/common-sense/cs34.htm.

Nor does it come as any surprise that a federal agency infamous
for its racism -- their "Good Ol' Boy Roundup" being the best known
example -- would have a problem with Jews and guns. Their hatred and
resentment for a Jewish civil rights organization that is exposing
their criminality is obvious. But we wonder why a U.S. Marshall would
be willing to carry their water and become publicly associated with
them.

Or is it you, Mr. Meyer, who has a problem with Jews and guns?

Would you care to tell us what it is?

Judging from both their activities and their expressed attitudes
over the years, BATFE's highest objective is to violate -- and to
ultimately obliterate, under color of law -- the highest law of the
land, the first ten Amendments to the Constitution, commonly known as
the Bill of Rights. This especially included the Second Amendment and
now, apparently, they're going after the First Amendment, as well.
This is an egregious affront to every enduring principal of American
liberty.

It seems especially hypocritical when the anonymity -- and with
it, the impunity -- that BATFE demands of its victims is contrasted
with government's insistence that ordinary citizens be increasingly
fingerprinted, retinal-photographed, DNA-recorded, stripped of their
personal and financial privacy entirely, and affixed with electronic
leashes of various kinds including the so-called "Real ID" system.
Government has installed surveillance cameras everywhere -- some can
even see through people's clothing -- and devices for peering through
the walls of their homes in blatant contempt for the 4th and 5th
Amendments.

And yet its agents strive to retain their anonymity and avoid
responsibility for their acts. This reminds us of yet another morally
questionable practice of many federal, state, and local police
agencies: since when did American cops start wearing masks? Isn't it
the _badguys_ who wear masks, Mr. Meyer? Aren't they properly anxious
to conceal their identities to avoid responsibility for their criminal
acts?

Could government's masks be revealing something about government?

There is no room, Mr. Meyer, for secret police in an open society.
No gun-toting government employee should ever be allowed to appear in
public in civilian clothing, but should be required instead to wear a
distinctive uniform on the job, complete with his or her name and
badge number in six-inch reflective letters on the back and in
three-inch letters on the chest. It should be a felony for any "law
enforcement officer" to conceal his or her face, even with protective
headgear.

Understand that, as outlandish as that idea may seem right now,
the more threatening agents of the government make themselves appear,
the more frequent and brutal the operations they carry out, the more
people whose rights they crush beneath their jackboots, the more
reasonable the idea will seem to our increasingly frightened fellow
citizens.

We strongly suggest, Mr. Meyer, that you obey the law, instead --
the real law, that is -- and either start enforcing the Bill of Rights
exactly like the highest law of the land that it happens to be, or
that you quit now and find some employment more appropriate to your
talents.

You might even get yourself a copy of our 85-minute movie _The
Gang_ http://www.thegangmovie.com-- another of JPFO's many efforts
to shine the light of day on government wrongdoing -- to see
more clearly the kind of criminals who have you running errands for
them.

In any case, next time you have something to say to us, don't
harass somebody like Ryan Horsley. Say it to us.

Sincerely,

Aaron Zelman

Founder and Executive Director

Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PS - Visit our alert archive / sign up to receive email alerts -
http://www.jpfo.org/alerts.htm
(Please - if you receive these and do not want them,
use the unsubscribe option below, we do not wish
to spam anyone.)

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest