POLICE STATE, USA

I think that every time I find something about the government, either the federal, state or local government violating the constitution, I’ll post the Gadsen flag Icon to alert you.

Case in point. This bit of news. Seems that Massachusetts thinks they have to right to violate the 4th and 5th Amendments to the US Constitution as well as Articles XIV and XLVIII of the Massachusetts Constitution.

A “pandemic response bill” currently making its way through the Massachusetts state legislature would allow authorities to forcefully quarantine citizens in the event of a health emergency, compel health providers to vaccinate citizens, authorize forceful entry into private dwellings and destruction of citizen property and impose fines on citizens for noncompliance.

In other words, if the cops think you’re sick or didn’t obey orders to get immunized, they can break into your house, destroy your property and seize you and force immunization upon you—regardless of what you may want to do. And, if you don’t obey the orders of the State, you can be imprisoned and fined.

If citizens refuse to comply with isolation or quarantine orders in the event of a health emergency, they may be imprisoned for up to 30 days and fined $1,000 per day that the violation continues.

I don’t have any issue with quarantining people who may be sick. That is a long recognized procedure. The people, even under quarantine, are still secure in their homes and on their property. Massachusetts goes waaay beyond just a quarantine.

Apparently the state of Massachusetts believes their citizens are clients of the state—slaves in other words, without any rights not allowed by the state. It it amazing this could come to pass in the United States.

This just could be the second “shot heard around the world.” Here’s the entire article from WorldNetDaily.

3 thoughts on “POLICE STATE, USA

  1. I hear you. The problem is not with the issue of disease control, it's with the violation of liberty in the name of something else. It's tyranny wrapped up in a different package.

  2. If the government didn't think it necessary to quarantine people at the height of the AIDS epidemic, what makes them think it will work for the flu?
    They didn't want to violate the rights of gays, did they? I still think HIV people should be sent somewhere they can't infect anyone else. How about you?

  3. The use of quarantine is an accepted, legal and well documented process. There are numerous legal provisions for its use—all staying within the precepts of the constitution.

    What Massachusetts is proposing is legalizing breaking and entering, vandalism, theft and assault by police or other similar authorities. I'm reminded of a fictional organization, "The Surgeon General's Riot Police" created by Tom Kratman in "A State of Disobedience."

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