This came in from a reader submitted post. The writer is suggesting that we should charge the US Government under the RICO Statutes as organized criminals.
This is an interesting idea. If the Mob committed the same acts our government has from Gun Running to spying, there is no doubt most of them would be spending time in the “big house” instead of the “White House”.
I am not an attorney, but my best guess would be that the government has done what they do so often and exempted themselves from the RICO Statutes.
Still, an interesting perspective. – Editor
There is only one viable method remaining to bypass the people and groups inside of our government who refuse to enforce the United States Constitution. We must first recognize and acknowledge that certain people, departments and groups within the United States government are involved in, or leading others to be involved in criminal activity and behavior as part of a corrupt organization.
Once we have compiled a complete and detailed list of such criminal conduct, we must then file a civil complaint against the government under the federal statutes of the RICO Act, or the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, enacted by section 901(a) of the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970. We allege that the United States government at the Executive Branch is operating as a criminal enterprise. The Executive branch has shown not only contempt of congress, but contempt for every American citizen and is operating, by executive order, as the Chicago Mob.
Previously, it was the Texas and Little Rock mobs, but organized criminal enterprises nonetheless. To bypass the corrupt Department of Justice, our efforts must be made from the civil side. The RICO Act allows for us to sue one or more “racketeers” for damage to our person (civil rights, etc.) and property. Civil actions under the RICO Act can be filed in state or federal courts.
The structure available for proactive measures already exists under our current RICO law, so we must take advantage of this while we still can. A trial by the jury of our peers is our last hope for holding these criminals accountable for their actions. The civil aspects of the RICO Act gives us a very big stick to let a jury of Americans decide whether we will continue to be subjects of royalty, or citizens of a Constitutional Republic.
At present, we have no other legal recourse but to ask questions with the expectation of receiving answers. There are no more checks and balances within our government. Our efforts thus far have been nothing more than the bleating of sheep to the unclothed emperor and the congressional eunuchs who won’t raise substantive issues for fear of losing their committee memberships or positions of authority.
That can be changed, and must be changed, before the next stroke of the executive pen turns martial law light into actual martial law in every corner of the United States.