Why the Fourth Amendment isn’t working

Every law passed by Congress, or by the legislature of any state, and every ordinance passed by a city council, municipal assembly, or county board, is passed to punish the male half of the population into compliance with it, to punish men and hold them accountable to the letter of the law, and to hold men to answer even to the last jot and tittle of whatever is passed as law.

I say men, and males, in a very gender-specific sense, when I talk about the present laws of our land. At the same time, it is not at all clear that women as a class benefit from the option and prerogative of selling their bodies to the cops in order to remain outside the jurisdiction of the law, rather than taking direct responsibility for their actions as men.

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, …

The rights clause of the 4th Amendment

Our “persons” in this sense are our bodies. If a man were to rape a woman by physical force, he would be punished severely for it under the law. When a cop, by force, under color of law, places his hands on our body, and forces us violently into the back of a police car, without cause, he needs to be punished even more severely than a rapist who is not a cop: not only did he violate a human body, but he did so under color of law.

Burglary is usually a felony. When a cop commits a burglary for the purpose of gathering evidence to present in court as evidence against the owner or occupant of the house, it is not sufficient that the evidence be held inadmissible in court, pursuant to the doctrine of the fruit of the poisonous tree. The cops who violate a house or home or place of business without a warrant need to be punished even more severely than common burglar, because not only do they commit the burglary as common thieves, but they do so with malice, by force or deception, under color of law.

It is somewhat old-fashioned nowadays to talk about “papers and effects.” These include all identifying documents, cash, securities, titles, deeds, jewelry, small valuables, coins, cigarettes, lighters, personal grooming items, and of course such modern devices as cellular telephones and portable computers. In law, “papers and effects” include any and all “personal property” as distinct from “real property” and “movable property” such as furniture, such as our homes may be “furnished” when invaded by the cops. The cops need to be punished even more severely than common thieves when they take such items without probable cause. They cannot be allowed to simply pocket small items or take larger items of ours away for arbitrary disposal when they are held inadmissible as evidence in court.

It should be noted that “papers and effects” include “small arms” such as rifles, shotguns, and pistols, for which the Democrats’ requirements of registration are already in violation of the Fourth Amendment, let alone the Second.

… and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

The administrative clause of the 4th Amendment

Here, the cops must explicitly and strictly be held accountable to the orders or warrants of a judge, with departmental procedures put in place to keep them from going above or beyond or outside the law in order to execute an arbitrary search, seizure of property, or arrest of person, without the due process of law.

A warrant issued by a judge is necessary, but even that is not sufficient. The probable cause, along with the sworn testimony of witnesses to the particulars of the matter, must be clearly stated in the warrant. The cops themselves are to be held accountable for violating the Fourth Amendment, even with a warrant from a judge in hand, if the warrant does not meet Constitutional requirements.

Extra-legal death penalty in jail

ANCHORAGE (KTUU) — The Department of Corrections and Alaska State Troopers confirm a man accused of killing a woman in Wasilla was found dead in his cell on March 18, 2020.

… taken to Mat-Su Regional Hospital where he later died. (???)

Man accused of killing a woman in Wasilla has been found dead in his cell

I was not aware that Alaska imposed a death penalty, but apparently it does.

HB 162: “An Act authorizing capital punishment, classifying murder in the first degree as a capital felony, and establishing sentencing procedures for capital felonies; authorizing an advisory vote on instituting capital punishment; amending Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure 32, 32.1, and 32.3 and Alaska Rules of Appellate Procedure 204, 209, 210, and 212; and providing for an effective date.”

https://www.akleg.gov/basis/Bill/Text/18?Hsid=HB0162A

The other day, I got curious about press coverage regarding the Alaska Territory’s decision to abolish the death penalty back in 1957. Newspaper indexing for that period is spotty, but thankfully the Alaska State Library hosts a decent index …

Alaska already killed the death penalty once
Author: Daniel Cornwall
Updated: June 29, 2016
Published March 2, 2009

It would seem there is a strange and inconsistent interpretation of “due process of law” in Alaska.

Coronavirus® strikes the lovelorn

This is about as bad as it gets.

Natasha Ott, 39, died on Saturday. Her boyfriend, Josh Anderson, 40, said in a viral Facebook post that he found her body in the kitchen of her apartment after going to check on her.

Woman with suspected coronavirus symptoms dies while waiting for test results, boyfriend claims
— By Madeline Farber | Fox News

This is an ugly situation not very well explained by the flu-like illness of the season.

The gal has a live-in boyfriend — of the sort who is apparently unwilling to commit to marriage — and she ends up dead in her own kitchen.

The dude is almost stammering and stuttering to come up with the “right thing to say” after the crassness of a Facebook post on the subject of “finding” her dead body, about which he has no intention of coming clean.

‘Social distancing’ and other coronavirus propaganda, explained

Donald J. Trump has a Catholic Advisory Panel, whether he wants it or not. There is a point of too many Catholics and too much Catholicism in the government. We may well have reached it: the end of religious freedom as we once know it in America.

Other exclamation points include Trump’s Supreme Court appointments and his Cabinet member picks, which include a number of practicing Catholics, White House counsel Pat Cipollone and Attorney General William Barr among them. // Appointments such as Barr, as well as the possibility of a conservative majority on the Supreme Court, are part of what should drive Catholics to Trump, Pavone said, adding that these are the ways Trump has proven that he is friendly to “the Catholic vision of things.” // Brian Burch, president of CatholicVote.org, an organization supporting Trump, but officially unaffiliated with the campaign coalition, extended that endorsement. // “This is the most Catholic administration we’ve had in American history, both at a policy level and at a personnel level,” he told the Washington Examiner, citing Trump’s support for the “sanctity of life, the family as the foundational social unit, and the necessity of religious liberty.”

‘The most Catholic administration we’ve had’: Boosters look to capitalize on Trump social issues record
by Nicholas Rowan, Washington Examiner | March 13, 2020 12:00 AM

That word catholic means “general,” “universal,” or “all-encompassing.” It carries too much foreign military rank to be interpreted as a peaceful domestic sermon on Sunday. Religious liberty is not something to be imposed by violence and force or as a legalistic necessity upon others. Quite the opposite, in fact.

There is a Roman Catholic Mob of white-collar crime bosses, that is, the Italian or Sicilian Mafia, which derives its power all the way from the papal see of Rome, even to this day in the United States, especially since the treason of JFK and LBJ, and the passage of Title IX religious prohibitions against violating the Virgin Mary, (whom they have elevated in their religious doctrine to a fourth person of the Trinity,) the Gun Control Act of 1968, and the general fall of America to the enemy propaganda of the Viet-Cong under the marijuana-infused communist “peace” rhetoric still progressively preached from the Catholic pulpit.

Catholics are communists: to deny the atheism of Marxist-Stalinist communism, to them, is to deny the Holy Communion of their faith. They withhold bread from the poor, even as they offer too much wine to the rich. As John Huss was burned at the stake for saying, communion in one kind only is insufficient.

The “social distancing” with the closure of restaurant seating areas now imposed in reaction to the news of “coronavirus” is in reality no different from the dreaded bans of excommunication which were proclaimed over entire countries, when the people refused to submit themselves to the universal rule and absolute authority of the Pope in the Middle Ages.

There is a “sick restaurant syndrome” among professional daters and parishioners “of the district” where it is against the law for a man to eat together with a woman without sleeping with her, and it is a crime for a man to have coffee with a woman without having sex with her, for fear that her “feelings” — i.e., the profit from her sexual services — should be hurt.

The new “social distancing,” sex segregation, and other rules are only intended to further enforce and strengthen the sex trade by punishing men for having any social contact without the requisite sexual contact with women, as required by the Catholic Mafia’s “social contract” of respect to street ladies.

Coronavirus “intelligence failure”

Can you say “F***ing idiots!” without incurring the massive fines from the FCC, not to mention the excommunication and censorship by the Vatican and Hallmark Corporation?

U.S. intelligence agencies were issuing ominous, classified warnings in January and February about the global danger posed by the coronavirus while President Trump and lawmakers played down the threat and failed to take action that might have slowed the spread of the pathogen, according to U.S. officials familiar with spy agency reporting.

Washington Post: U.S. intelligence reports from January and February warned about a likely pandemic
March 20, 2020

Such a matter would appear at first glance or even upon any reasonable consideration to be within the domain of the Centers for Disease Control.

That the CDC itself would be considered a “spy agency” is an extraordinarily creepy thought: to have overeducated government officials sneaking unauthorized into our kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms for the ostensible purpose of taking biological samples. Is this disease control, or just another rape kit at the request of some street lady who visited the local abortion clinic and now wishes to “press charges” against a random male victim, but not the “white knight” with whom she became carried away in romance?

If on the other hand other government agencies, the ones we usually think of as “spy agencies” — CIA, NSA, FBI, etc. — are being charged with duties of “disease control,” now we are left with no alternative but to think in terms of biological warfare or chemical warfare masquerading as a biological epidemic or pandemic.

So we have to ask whether “coronavirus” is being caused by domestic class warfare or by foreign militants, Islamic extremist terrorists, or other hostile nation-state actors.

Finally, something worthwhile to combat Coronavirus!

Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York has signed an executive order mandating that all barbershops, hair salons and other personal care services be closed to members of the public, effective Saturday. // The order applies to all barbershops, hair salons, tattoo or piercing parlors, nail salons, hair removal services and related groomers. Cuomo expanded the restrictions in a joint agreement with governors from New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.

The Guardian: New York and neighboring states order hair salons and nail parlors to close

Ugh. Those shops are the very dregs of society, and drastic action is indeed needed to bring them under control.

Do guys need a barbershop? Military guys or others who do a buzz cut can probably do it themselves or find a buddy and do each other’s, point being, on basic pay or fixed income they don’t need to lose their money along with their hair.

Or the ladies who have their hair done or patronize nail salons and pedicure shops and have a standing appointment they can’t miss because it’s worse than dumping an abusive boyfriend.

Or else it’s Joe Sixpack bringing his little girl into some tattoo parlor to have her ears pierced or something like that.

I don’t know where it ends, but I do not like all the low-class “grooming” services offered to the public on a more or less voluntary basis. (Is it “required” for work or to get a job in the area? Do they expect a tip?)

It is altogether too much professional or parental “grooming” and then there’s the whole Penn State child molestation ring on top of it all.

Coronavirus in Italy

Italy has a world-class health system. The coronavirus has pushed it to the breaking point.

“I have never seen so many people die together before my eyes,” said a nurse from one of the main hospitals in Bergamo, a city in northern Italy.

NBC News

Can people get the necessary bed rest, stay warm, and replace fluids without all the edification and upbuilding of such a godforsaken expensive medical establishment to impose such a horrifically insupportable burden on the public? No.

Italy’s death toll has hit 3,405, meaning the country now has more reported deaths than China. // The death toll in China, where the coronavirus originated in Wuhan, in Hubei province late last year, currently stands at 3,249, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. 

Coronavirus live updates: Italy death toll overtakes China’s, 25 million jobs at risk

Mass murder at the hospitals

Even the very word influenza is Italian. An influence of something, usually political or social if not military, on some pretext for the government or even the army to enforce “quarantine” or other drastic measures of population control. Most people who have contracted the alleged “Coronavirus” have recovered without experiencing any symptoms worse than a flu or cold or hangover.

Milan and Bergamo are financial centers. The “social distancing” is a classic snub of poor people on the part of the monied elite. The poor and sick who have nowhere else to go are herded into the hospitals where the doctors murder them in massa under a pretext of providing medical care to them, which, in reality is nothing but an overdose of palliative heroin: opiates for the masses, panem et circenses, the bread and circuses of ancient Rome.

Social distancing is here to stay for much more than a few weeks. It will upend our way of life, in some ways forever. // To stop coronavirus we will need to radically change almost everything we do: how we work, exercise, socialize, shop, manage our health, educate our kids, take care of family members. // We all want things to go back to normal quickly. But what most of us have probably not yet realized—yet will soon—is that things won’t go back to normal after a few weeks, or even a few months. Some things never will.

Tech Policy: We’re not going back to normal

It’s all about class, money, and power: nothing to do with health. The monied elite equate poverty with sickness. The winers and diners look down on the boozers and schmoozers. Hence the name “Corona” virus; from the brand of beer they prescribe for poor people while they drink too much wine themselves. They are having a party, and to them the idea of abstaining from their excessive intake of alcohol is unimaginably worse than death. Never mind the poor who can’t afford even one beer or the incapacitation that would allow the wealthy brotherhood to take even further advantage of them as such men so ardently desire.

Alaska’s RINO problem

We have a problem. The first step, of couse, is to admit we are powerless at the ballot box.

Okay, now, the RINOs. No, it’s not really okay. This is the second time around for the Mafia’s city hall alcohol sales tax, which we voters rejected the first time. We know who they are. Republicans In Name Only. Of the townhall.com sort, for bigger government, more government, and local government that “knows us best.” City hall is putting on the false modesty of a “town” to achieve the progressive big-city agenda of birthers, bathroom-sexers, and anti-constitutional marriage-amenders.

When you’ve gotta go, you’ve gotta go. There are more than enough armed skinhead guards aiming guns and swinging a legal-marijuana hemp noose patrolling public restrooms. We the people didn’t feel that we needed to be further punished into the correct restroom or the correct classification by sex in the jail population, as “assigned” by fat-ass RINO pig cops.

Even for those who oppose “gay marriage,” some things are better left unsaid. If we are so foolish as to believe that another party has somehow “redefined” our institution of marriage, and we suddenly need to amend the state or United States constitution in order to redefine it again back to our more proper understanding, we have already lost the game. Such superfluous and redundant overdefinitions of something already so universally understood are completely unworkable in court, and have never before been deemed worthy the foundations of any civilized society.

Anchorage City Hall is addicted to Alcohol, Marijuana, and Sex.

Sarah Palin is one of those RINOs. She had her son arrested on DV charges for attacking his father. That’s a long drawn-out family fight, both parents — probably raging alcoholics and Baby Boom marijuana addicts themselves — against a son to whom they gave the awful name of “Track.” And what did they serve him to eat or drink before goading him into the alleged attack and filing criminal charges against their own son? What race or nationality are these miserable God-awful parents? White? Northern European by any chance? Do they know anyone who speaks Swedish?

How do they pronounce that name? «Träck?» What is that? Look it up: https://sv.wiktionary.org/wiki/träck#Svenska.

And for all the efforts to recall him, Mike Dunleavy is not the problem. He has probably done more than anyone else in Alaska to punish state government officials and workers out of their lust for arbitrary power and unquenchable desire to lord it over us on government-employee executive salaries and union wages, while they progressively infringe upon our rights, take our private property for public use, and revoke our freedoms in the cause of big government, big corporations and big labor.

There is no such thing as Coronavirus.

Coronavirus is a figment in the imagination of stay-at-home mothers and striking fathers. Corporate and government workers on continual strike are calling in sick with falsified lab results to justify their exorbitant paid leave at the expense of the honest and trustworthy, whom they refuse to hire or work alongside. Corona is a brand of beer. Those workers partied too hard to come into work on time Monday, and struggled to explain their hangovers. On Tuesday the stock market fell as C-level executives caved to their fraudulent demands for paid leave.

Martial law imposed: elections suspended, stocks crash!

Police departments and sheriffs’ offices are imposing house arrest and other punitive measures against targeted individuals suspected of carrying “the virus.”

Elections are suspended.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed Monday, 16 March at 20,188.52 points.

Monday’s close is down 12.93% from Friday the 13th: a staggering loss of over 30% of the trusted blue chip market capitalization represented by the index in 24 calendar days from a close at 28,992.41 on Friday, 21 February, after which the Dow’s technical support broke.

Work from home amid Coronavirus epidemic?

That’s a good question.

No, Employer Did Not Hide Work From Home Advice On COVID-19 Poster

A Facebook post shows a photo of a poster in which one of the recommendations is covered by a piece of paper. “An employer posts a coronavirus warning to employees but covers up the part about ‘staying home when sick,'” the caption states, before adding: “That’s why universal paid sick leave is important.”

No, Employer Did Not Hide Work From Home Advice On COVID-19 Poster
https://www.facebook.com/114517875225866/posts/4291215997556012
https://perma.cc/5SY3-KQJB?type=image

I am over forty, and unfortunately I have never learned the difference between “paid sick leave” and being fired without even so much as unemployment, let alone employment-based health insurance.

When you work from home, you are essentially a contractor, not an employee.

I am sorry, but when you work from home, you have to bill your employer from home to collect a paycheck somehow, or else years later the employer will claim to have been defrauded online through their payroll system for all the years that you worked for them. No co-workers or other witnesses ever saw you show up at the jobsite.

That relationship is not close enough to be classified as employer/employee.

That article is from India. In the U.S. (or Canada or Western Europe, or even parts of Russia, China, South Korea, Singapore, Japan, etc.) you are competing directly with them when you work from home, and your living expenses will almost surely be greater than theirs, because their government blesses that situation for them, whereas ours in the U.S. does not even allow us to compete on a level playing field in international markets.