NINTH AMENDMENT: 21 U.S.C. § 841 (a)(1)
(The drug statute at issue)
constitutes a violation of the Ninth Amendment.
“The enumeration in the Constitution
of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained
by the people.” U.S. Constitution, Amendment IX.
Although the Ninth Amendment
obviously was intended to warn courts that citizens have rights that are
not enumerated in the Bill of Rights or the Constitution, this amendment
also has been virtually read out of the Constitution, although scholarly
work in this area has awakened renewed interest in the Ninth Amendment. Defendant
argues that, considered in light of Lawrence, the time is right for
a Ninth Amendment challenge to federal drug laws. The Ninth Amendment challenge
also bolsters defendant’s other constitutional arguments in that the Ninth
Amendment further shows the great limits intended for federal action, and
how far the federal government has strayed therefrom.
Edward Bellamy and Francis Bellamy promoted their dogma
that they called "Military Socialism." They admired the "efficiency"
of the military method and wanted it imposed upon all of society for
all food, clothing, shelter, goods, services, everything. They advocated
the government takeover of all schools in order to force everyone
to be the same and to create their "Industrial Army." That is why the
federal flag flies over government schools (socialist schools). They
inspired trite propaganda in which every "problem" spirals into a war:
the War on Drugs, the War on Poverty, the War on Crime, the War on Illiteracy,
the War on Terrorism, et cetera. They inspired the non-trite and very
real use of government force and violence for any and all purposes.
Today, the USA's military-socialist complex and its aggressive military
socialism is the Bellamy dogma. http://rexcurry.net/pledge_military.html