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I would like you all to consider TREASON and exactly what the term means.

I’ll spell it out for you very simply, first from a standard dictionary:

treason |ˈtrēzən|
noun(also high treason)

the crime of betraying one’s country, especially by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government: they were convicted of treason.
• the action of betraying someone or something: doubt is the ultimate treason against faith.
• (petty treason) historical the crime of murdering someone to whom the murderer owed allegiance, such as a master or husband.

DERIVATIVES
treasonous |ˈtrēzənəs| adjective

ORIGIN
Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French treisoun, from Latin traditio(n-) ‘handing over,’ from the verb tradere .
usage: Formerly, there were two types of crime to which the term treason was applied: petty treason (the crime of murdering one’s master) and high treason (the crime of betraying one’s country). As a classification of offense, the crime of petty treason was abolished in 1828. In modern use, the term high treason is now often simply called treason.

And from the Thesaurus:

treason
noun
the treason of Benedict Arnold will be recounted for centuries: treachery, disloyalty, betrayal, faithlessness; sedition, subversion, mutiny, rebellion; high treason, lèse-majesté; apostasy; literary perfidy. ANTONYMS allegiance, loyalty.

And then there is also HIGH TREASON from Wikipedia:

HIGH TREASON  [For other uses, see High Treason (disambiguation).]

Treason is criminal disloyalty. Historically, in common law countries, high treason is treason against the state. It was differentiated from petty treason (or petit treason), which was treason against a lesser lawful superior (such as a servant killing his master). Petty treason was restricted to cases of homicide in 1351, and came to be considered a more serious degree of murder.

As common law jurisdictions around the world abolished petty treason, the concept of high treason gradually faded, and today use of the word “treason” generally refers to what was historically known as high treason. In Canadian law, however, there are still two separate offences of treason and high treason, but both of these, in fact, fall in the historical category of high treason.[1] In Canada, the main difference in law between treason and high treason depends on whether the nation is at war. In nations without a common law legal system, the distinction between high and petty treason did not exist.
High treason is criminal disloyalty to one’s government. Participating in a war against one’s native country, attempting to overthrow its government, spying on its military, its diplomats, or its secret services for a hostile and foreign power, or attempting to kill its head of state are perhaps the best known examples of high treason. High treason requires that the alleged traitor have obligations of loyalty in the state he or she betrayed, but this will usually be satisfied by being present in the state at the time of the offence, or being a citizen of the state if abroad. Foreign spies, assassins, and saboteurs, though not suffering the dishonor associated with conviction for high treason, may still be tried and punished judicially for acts of espionage, assassination, or sabotage, though in contemporary times, foreign spies are usually repatriated in exchange for spies of the mentioned nation held by another nation.[2] High treason is considered a very serious – often the most serious possible – crime, by the civil authorities. A conviction, by a Canadian court, for high treason, results in a mandatory life sentence (albeit with the possibility of parole after 25 years).

Until the 19th century, counterfeiting coins was high treason in the United Kingdom.[3]

And more:

Treason against American states
Most states have treason provisions in their constitutions or statutes similar to those in the U.S. Constitution. The Extradition Clause specifically defines treason as an extraditable offense.
Thomas Jefferson in 1791 said that any Virginia official who cooperated with the federal Bank of the United States proposed by Alexander Hamilton was guilty of “treason” against the state of Virginia and should be executed. The Bank opened and no one was prosecuted.[39]
Only three persons are known to have been prosecuted for treason on the state level. Thomas Dorr was convicted for treason against the state of Rhode Island for his part in the Dorr Rebellion, but was eventually amnestied. John Brown was convicted of treason against the Commonwealth of Virginia for his part in the raid on Harpers Ferry, and was hanged. The Mormon prophet, Joseph Smith, was charged with treason against Missouri, at first in front of a state military court, but escaped to Illinois after his case was transferred to a civilian court for trial on charges of treason, murder, robbery, and other crimes, and he bribed his jailers (who were especially compliant after keeping Smith and his companions in vile confinement, and subjected to very biased proceedings, for several months) and Smith and his companions escaped, on horses provided by the sheriff, to Illinois.[40] Smith was then later imprisoned for trial on charges of treason against Illinois, but was murdered by a lynch mob while in jail awaiting trial.

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THIS ENTIRE U. S. GOVERNMENT, ALONG WITH IT’S ENORMOUS MILITARY APPARATUS IS THOROUGHLY CRIMINAL AND POSITIVELY 100% SATANIC!!!!!!!!!

WHAT DON’T YOU UNDERSTAND, DEARIES?????????

I AM TAKING NOTES.

Christina M.
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