America’s Laws need to be rewritten

Anytime you want to discuss ways to improve the country, many ultra-conservatives and republicans always bring up the Founding Fathers, claiming that they foresaw our problems and provided the best solutions. I respect what they did, but they were just men. They drank a lot and fought against the British, because they did not want to pay taxes on whiskey, not the great quest for justice that’s been romanticized to make America look good. They were men, just like everyone else with the same urges, but people still continue to put them up on a pedestal. Even Benjamin Franklin had secret gatherings for sexual explorations.

What the Founding Fathers created was great for America and the western world, and I understand it must have been very stressful for them and therefore copious amounts of booze was consumed not just for sanity sake, but for health reasons as they didn’t have water filters back then. The Constitution and the Bill of Rights was the best form of law that they could come up with at the time to eliminate and prevent corruption, and I believe they were sincere about their efforts, but it’s time that America evolved. The Constitution was a wonderful departure from tyranny, but it was made for colonial times. We’re living in a technologically advanced society now, yet we’re still using an outdated political system. These laws were made before the internet, before mobile phones, and before robotics. It’s obsolete, and it needs to go, because it’s been modified to suit the globalists over the past couple of decades. America’s laws have been destroyed and trying to dig its carcass out of the grave is futile.

Amendments need to be revised and clarified, because things have gotten out of hand. For example, the first amendment, the right to freedom of speech, everyone’s favorite, was made before social media. I can publicly say that I disagree with Donald Trump’s foreign policy, yet I’m protected by the constitution (supposedly). However, the media and millions of internet trolls can spread hate in cyberspace and misuse my words. Even if a person says that they like pizza, they are attacked. It’s not freedom of speech, because the internet is a totally different playing field. A person’s credibility, social relations, and reputation can be destroyed at a click of a mouse, which can cost them pain. Businesses suffer monetarily, and all it takes is one lie from anybody anywhere on earth. There is no defense. You don’t know if the perpetrator was a bot or a henchman hired by competitors. This is not freedom of speech, this is freedom to secretly attack, defame, and destroy a person or entity without any accountability.

Another amendment is the right to bear arms, but in New Jersey and other states, it has become virtually impossible to legally purchase and carry concealed firearms, yet how is that fair when police are carrying military style weapons these days? With the increased rate of police brutality, it begs the question, is this for our protection or control? And the criminals always find ways to obtain guns in the black market, so it’s always the law-abiding citizen who gets screwed. In Iceland, the majority are armed, and they have one of the lowest crime rates in the world.

These are just two examples, there are many more to discuss. For instance, business laws, and the regulations in science and medicine. They are all rigged to suit globalists and big multinational corporations. The sole proprietor has almost no shot at making substantial gains with the current tax laws.

So, we can’t just go back to the ways of the Founding Fathers and expect that everything will be fine, because the constitution back then was created for an ethical population. “Because we have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice ambition, revenge, or gallantry would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” – John Adams.

Adams admitted back then that the Constitution was made for a certain kind of civilized people and that it would not work in other nations. Thanks to diversity and mass immigration, we’re no longer living in the society the Founding Fathers envisioned. Therefore, we must have a serious dialogue about the laws in this country and re-analyze what is fair, and what can be done to solve our current challenges as too many are taking advantage of America. We may even need a new document of law, because continuing like this will result in a hybrid technocratic Orwellian hierarchy of draconian order dictated by self-proclaimed elites and Social Justice Warriors, but then again what do I know, I’m just a deplorable.

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