America’s New Declaration of Subservience
Have you looked through the philosophy section of your favorite large bookstore lately (e.g., Barnes and Noble, Borders)? This section is usually not very big, in most of these stores, but, no matter how small they may be, there are always plenty of books by two of the worst, but (today’s) most popular philosophers: Frederick Nietzsche and Michel Foucault.
I’ve written about these two philosophers before, as well as how their philosophies are antithetical to the formation of a sound or workable sociopolitical theory and to social harmony in general, yet their selfish, greedy, exploitive, power-based philosophy is the de facto sociopolitical philosophy behind America’s federal governmental regime, and has been for (at least) the past fifty years.
And, since America seems to be so enamored with the will to power philosophy proclaimed by these two “philosophers”, I thought I would present, here, a brief document that can replace the now defunct Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights:
America’s New Declaration of Subservience
“American citizens have no rights, per se; citizens are allowed to have and to do only those things the federal government wills for them to have and to do.”
I told you it would be brief. That one sentence really explains it all, but, because some citizens may not understand it, I will now expound upon this New Declaration.
You, the American citizen, are not allowed to do anything which the federal government forbids and you are to do everything which the federal government demands of you. This includes obeying whatever laws, rules, and regulations that the federal government may, at anytime, decide to institute and you must adhere to them all. Those who fail to do so will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
The federal government will maintain at all times a large (standing) military force in order to prosecute any war(s) at the times and in the places of its own choosing. All citizens are hereby warned not to act or speak against the federal governments war-actions, as any such un-American activity will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
The federal government will maintain its own militarized police forces as well as support and augment all state and local police forces in order to maintain the presence of military force both at home and abroad. Those who resist any federal, state, or local police agents will be dealt with severely and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
You, the American citizen, are to maintain at all times appropriate identification documents on your person, to maintain full or partial employment, to pay all federal, state, local (and other) taxes to the proper authorities, to purchase health care or to obtain assistance for such care from the federal government, to apply for and receive assistance from the federal or state government(s) for any and all other necessities that you may require (e.g., food, housing, disability, unemployment), you are to maintain a smoke, drug, and alcohol-free lifestyle as per all federal health care regulations and you are required to be tested at a federal testing site at least once a month for substance use/abuse (unless you are required to do so more than once a month by legal/judicial authorities).
Although we are currently experiencing difficult economic times, dissent of any kind will not be tolerated and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Thankfully, the military, police, security, and correctional fields are open for employment to all personnel who are qualified for the many jobs that are now available in these fields (and this will likely remain the case for quite some time to come).
Make no mistake, the federal government, along with its state and local governmental agencies, will tolerate no law-breaking of any sort whatsoever. There is no shortage of prison space and, if you chose to defy any authority, you can rest assured that we have a cell waiting just for you.
So don’t make trouble, work hard, pay your taxes, and do whatever we say, because we have our eye (and ears) on you.