Subject: New Term for Lying? = Rhetoric, Giveaways, News Busted, US Land of the Free?

 
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New Term for Lying? = Rhetoric

 

Wikipedia defines Rhetoric " as the art of using language to communicate effectively."

 

However, Rhetoric is the exact term used when the Mainstream Media describes a person whom is lying through their teeth - as is in most of the cases involving Government and Politicians.

 

We do not understand why they do not describe it simply for what it is - Lying. They want to use words they feel will not offend anybody instead of simply and plain out saying the truth - "Liar" and "Lying"

 

Where are we going with this?

 

As most of you are aware - this same description fits many of the Internet Marketers out there - with their rhetoric of building a list to a gazillion in a week, making a million in a month, hell even Frank Kern got caught and admitted basically lying about income from one of his projects that turned out to be a few projects rolled into one big number in his income description.

 

The most recent trends of Rhetoric and lies are coming in the form of stuff like "here are your free downloads" etc. when in fact they are free but they are giveaway events or some persons optin for the so called free download.

 

It is not that this is so much a lie in itself, but why not just call it for what it is - a Giveaway - instead of trying to obfuscate the truth.

 

Recently and without sarcasm, one of the few Internet Marketers respected by us, Eric Holmund, ran an article about a recommendation he made that went bad and the question he posed - was he liable.

 

But that is not the part we are concerned with in this article. We want to take an excerpt from the article by one of the people commenting on the article as follows:

 

"What BP has caused to the world’s ecological system with untold damages than can only be guesstimated and our losses only minimally recovered there has also been, and will always be, as devastating an oil layered over the internet.


Snakeoil has been marketed and sold in the marketing channels of ecommerce in gallons and profit that likely would match BP the past decade.
Early Social Security forced by a heart attack eight years ago brought me to explore deep drilling of the internet myself.


Outlandish pictures of Rolls Royce in front of mansions on the shores of Hawaii graced every other site’s landing pages; doctored checks from ClickBank and PayPal and purported bank statements covered it all like today’s oil on sea gulls."

 

This statement is right on the money about just some the BS slung in the halls of IM.

 

This is why we avoid like the plague the crapola and unjustified hype slung by most Internet Marketers. Most of our marketing reflects this policy with extremely few exceptions and just a little hype.

 

Honesty is the best policy - you will gain a following and respect rather then mistrust and disdain - bold faced lies and claims are the first indicators of whom NOT to trust in almost all walks of life .....

 

 

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US Home of the Brave,

but certainly not the free .....

 

 

 

 

On September 10 of 2009, Obama reinstituted the National State of Emergency.

It may be argued that Obama is invoking the Constitution for the sake of “public safety,” that is until you look at the facts — the H1N1 “pandemic” does not threaten the safety of most Americans. It is far less deadly than seasonal flu. When was the last time a president declared a national emergency over seasonal flu?

A state of emergency (regardless of the pretext) allows Obama to do a number of things. As Dr. Harold C. Relyea, a specialist in national government with the Congressional Research Service (CRS) of the Library of Congress, has written, “when the President formally declares a national emergency, he may seize property, organize and control the means of production, seize commodities, assign military forces abroad, institute martial law, seize and control all transportation and communication, regulate the operation of private enterprise, restrict travel, and, in a variety of ways, control the lives of United States citizens.”

Obama’s declaration, however, is incidental because the United States has been under a state of emergency since September 14, 2001. Bush extended this “emergency” (against a bogus terrorist threat) on August 28, 2008.

“Will President Obama allow the state of national emergency, first declared by President George W. Bush on 9/14/01 and re-declared seven times, to remain in effect?” asked Peter Dale Scott and Dan Hamburg on February 10, 2009.

 

The National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601-1651) is a United States federal law passed in 1976 to stop open-ended states of national emergency and formalize the power of Congress to provide certain checks and balances on the emergency powers of the President.

The act sets a limit of two years on states of national emergency.

It also imposes certain "procedural formalities" on the President when invoking such powers.

The perceived need for the law arose from the scope and number of laws granting special powers to the executive in times of national emergency (or public danger).

At least two constitutional rights are subject to revocation during a state of emergency:

The right of habeas corpus, under Article 1, Section 9;

The right to a grand jury for members of the National Guard when in actual service, under Fifth Amendment.

In addition, many provisions of statutory law are contingent on a state of national emergency, as many as 500 by one count.

It was due in part to concern that a declaration of "emergency" for one purpose should not invoke every possible executive emergency power that Congress in 1976 passed the National Emergencies Act.

Among other provisions, this act requires the President to declare formally a national emergency and to specify the statutory authorities to be used under such a declaration.

There were 32 declared national emergencies between 1976 and 2001.

Most of these were for the purpose of restricting trade with certain foreign entities under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) (50 U.S.C. 1701-1707).
 

The National Emergencies Act is part of a larger framework designed specifically for the implementation of martial law. The law allows the president to revoke the right of habeas corpus under Article 1, Section 9. It also grants special powers to the executive in times of national emergency and underscores the threat the executive poses to the civil liberties of Americans, regardless of the stipulations in Section 301.

Revoking the right of habeas corpus is unconstitutional. So is declaring a national emergency without congressional approval. The Constitution declares, “The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion the public safety may require it.”

Obama’s national emergency declaration — regardless of its emphasis on the bureaucratic functioning of HHS and Medicare — is simply another example of how the executive now functions as a dictatorship.

The declaration needs to be considered in a larger context of authoritarian laws and presidential directives that violate both the letter and the spirit of the law.

The USA Patriot Act allows “sneek and peek” searches without notification, the collection of information (medical, financial, and even library records) without showing probable cause. Roving “John Doe” wiretaps violate the First, Fourth, Fifth, Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments.

Executive Order 13438 allows the president and the Secretary of the Treasury to confiscate the assets of “certain persons” who oppose the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq (First, Fourth and Fifth Amendments violated).

The John Warner Defense Authorization Act, mentioned above, gives the president the authority to declare martial law and take control of National Guard troops without state governor authorization. If applied, Warner would x-out the entire Constitution and Bill of Rights. It would also violate Posse Comitatus.

NSP 51 and HSPD 20 (the National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive) allow the president to declare a “national emergency” for any reason without congressional approval. These directives would result in the suspension of constitutional government and the militarization of justice and law enforcement. NSPD 51 supersedes the National Emergency Act and supposed congressional oversight. If applied, the Constitution would be null and void.

The Military Commissions Act trashes habeas corpus and allows the government to detain anyone (including U.S. citizens) by declaring them enemy combatants. It also allows torture and provides immunity for military and intelligence officials. The act violates the Sixth and Fourth Amendments, Article 1 Section 9, Clause 2 (covering habeas corpus) of the Constitution. It also violates the Geneva Convention.

Finally, the long-standing FISA (Foreign Intelligence and Surveillance Act) allows the Obama administration to spy on any American without court approval. It provides a meaningless and phony court review and secret procedures and a worthless report to Congress.

Obama’s “national emergency” in response to a pandemic that is nothing for the sort is another example of the executive wantonly violating the Constitution. It does not matter if the details of the so-called emergency declaration concern the bureaucratic operation of government. It is a violation of the principles our founders had in mind when they formulated our (now mostly moribund) Constitutional republic.

Land of the Free???


 

 

 
 
 

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