With the help of two state judges and the head of the local school board, Glenn Ivey conspired to terrorize parents with threats of having them taken from their homes at gunpoint (being arrested) and forcibly separated from their families by throwing them in jail for up to 30 days if they refused to have their children vaccinated with drugs that contain the toxic heavy metal mercury.
There is absolutely no question that under the new legislation that's about to pass the Senate, called the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act, Glenn Ivey's actions would qualify as acts of terrorism. (See our previous report on this topic at http://www.newstarget.com/022308.html ) Even more interestingly, Glenn Ivey merely thinking about threatening parents who don't get their children vaccinated would, all by itself, be considered a terrorist "thoughtcrime" act.
Glenn Ivey, of course, will never be prosecuted as a terrorist under this law. But if you or I picked up a gun, shoved it in the faces of parents, and threatened to kidnap them if they didn't inject their children with toxic mercury, there's no doubt that we'd be arrested and charged with numerous crimes. So why does the state of Maryland get away with making essentially the same threat?
Because in a fascist police state, the laws are never applied to the criminals running the State. Laws are selectively applied only to the citizenry, not the officials, bureaucrats and law enforcement personnel who are protecting the power structure. This is, in fact, a key sign of an unjust society: The King's laws never apply to the King! (Only to the peasants...)
Ignoring the rule of law, essentially, it means there are two tiers of law. At the bottom, there are all the laws that apply to the people, which include this anti-terrorism legislation. But at the top, none of those laws apply to the people running the State.
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