Ten Things to Think About: The Bill of Rights

Vatic Note:   I put this up in case some of you have never read the Bill of Rights, and those that have, that might have forgotten what they mean and stand for in our so called free society.  Please read them and understand what it will mean to have them all gone.   Imagine, if you will, that you would be incarcerated for life for speaking freely about your feelings about your government.  Imagine, again, if you will, if you watch your family/neighbors "DECAPITATED" for being practicing Christians.  These issues are becoming "real possibilities" in the very near future.  Call your senator and tell him NOT TO VOTE FOR THE TPP TRADE AGREEMENT. 

The Syrians had to watch their Christians get beheaded, what if we do it here???  That is just a couple of examples of what it would be like to live under these criminals laws.  In fact, we  have the noahide laws now being the basis of our legal system.   That happened in 1991 and signed  by Bush Sr.  and he was given the Medal of Freedom by Obama. That is the level of treason by our elected officials,  that our khazar owned press did not bother to tell us about.

So, what has happened to our freedom of press?   Is this BOR below why Scalia was killed?  Are court cases coming before the supreme court?  I wonder.  They certainly will be if the TPP trade agreement is passed.

Ten Things to Think About: The Bill of Rights
By Findlaw, Civil Rights section

The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution make up what is known as the Bill of Rights. These amendments form part of the essence of what makes United States citizenship the privilege that it is. Many people are familiar with freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of the press, but these important Constitutional amendments offer more than those rights, as the following summary demonstrates.
  1. Congress cannot make a law that favors the establishment of one particular religion; that prohibits the free exercise of religion; or that restricts freedom of speech or of the press, or the right of the people to gather and engage in peaceful demonstrations and to petition the government for redress of their grievances.
  2. Because a well-regulated militia is necessary to national security, the right of the people to keep and bear arms may not be infringed.  (VN: that means, clear as a bell,  NO GUN CONTROL)
  3. No soldier may be quartered in any house during a time of peace without the owner's consent, or in a time of war except as prescribed by law.
  4. People have the right to be free, in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, from unreasonable searches and seizures, and no warrants may issue without probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and specifically describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized.
  5. No person may be tried for a capital or other "infamous crime" unless he or she has first been indicted by a grand jury, except in military cases. No person may be made to answer for the same offense twice (double jeopardy); be compelled to be a witness against himself or herself in a criminal case; or be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law. Nor may private property be taken for public use without fair compensation (eminent domain).
  6. Whenever someone is on trial for committing a crime, he or she has the right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury of the state and district where the crime was committed, to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation, to confront the witnesses against him or her, to be able to compel the testimony of witnesses in his or her favor, and to the assistance of defense counsel.
  7. Whenever the amount at issue in a lawsuit is over twenty dollars, the parties have the right to a jury trial, and no jury verdict may be overturned except according to the strict rules of the justice system.
  8. There can be no excessive bail or fines, nor cruel and unusual punishment.
  9. This list of rights should not be read to limit in any way any other rights of the people.
  10. The powers not specifically granted to the federal government by the Constitution, nor prohibited by the Constitution to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.
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