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Supreme Court is Advocating Crime, Calling it Free Speech!

“Freedom of speech falls under the rule of law. I do not have the freedom to advocate the overthrow of law (Government), and to advocate lawlessness(Anarchy) such as killing, stealing, lying etc. through what is called free speech in America today! Tearing down the law is not promoting freedom or peace; it is promoting the opposite, chaos and tyranny. Where the law ends, tyranny begins, and so it has.” -Bradlee Dean

On April of 2013, I wrote how the Supreme Court is Advocating Darkness.

“Where there is darkness crimes will be committed. The guilty one is not merely he who commits the crime but he who caused the darkness.” —Victor Hugo

The Supreme Court has been legislating from the bench for the past 50+ years, unlawfully and unconstitutionally stepping outside of their scope of power. This branch has become a treacherous bureaucracy, which grows more corrupt day-by-day, robed in black, and giving the impression that they are a law unto themselves, when in fact they are not!

In June 2011, the Supreme Court struck down a California law that would have banned selling "violent" video games to children, stating the games are protected under “free speech.”

The Court’s version of freedom of speech “caused the darkness” by allowing children to play current games which teach kids to kill cops (Grand Theft Auto), shoot up schools (Super Columbine Massacre), and to kill other students while being rewarded in hell for their crimes committed (Doom). There are also games that teach kids to steal cars, rape women, and even shoot John F. Kennedy dead for a chance to win a $10,000.00 prize. Then America wonders why we have such a high crime rate.

“Liberty is the right to do what the law permits,” said Charles Montesquieu. Yet in America today, the present Supreme Court calls it freedom of speech to allow kids to learn how to break the very laws the Court should be enforcing.

It is government’s purpose to “restrain men from sin” (transgression of God’s Law; 1 John 3:4), not to encourage it. Crime should be deterred, not encouraged or advocated.

Now, a popular online video game platform is set to release an extremely controversial video game on June 6 called "Active Shooter," which gives users the opportunity to be a mass shooter and go on shooting sprees inside schools. Why do kids kill? (Proverbs 22:6, Luke 7:35)

The BBC reports:

According to its listing on the Steam video game store, the software lets players "slaughter as many civilians as possible" in a school environment...

...The school-shooting game is described as "realistic" and "impressive". And the developer has suggested it will include 3D models of children to shoot at.

Users are given on-screen stats informing them of how many civilians and law enforcement officials they have killed during their shooting spree.

Charity Infer Trust called on Valve, the company behind Steam, to remove the game before it goes on sale in a couple of weeks.

"It is horrendous," a spokesperson for Infer Trust said.

"Why would anybody think it's a good idea to market something violent like that, and be completely insensitive to the deaths of so many children? We're appalled that the game is being marketed."

The BBC notes that the video game's developer has been accused in the past of selling "asset-flipped" games in which it allegedly repackaged third-party game engines and graphics "with minimal alteration or development."

The developer warns users on the page, "Please do not take any of this seriously."

"This is only meant to be the simulation and nothing else," the warning states. "If you feel like hurting someone or people around you, please seek help from local psychiatrists or dial 911 (or applicable). Thank you."

Hundreds of accounts weighed in on the controversial game, with many, including the families of school shooting victims, calling for the game to be taken down.

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