Beaufort County Must be Resolved to Protect the Civil Liberties of All Citizens by Enforcing All of Our Laws | Eastern North Carolina Now | I am disgusted by the anarchist insurrection of those that hate our Republic.

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    January 12, 2022 - Publisher's note: Due to a publishing SNAFU, I have been remiss in my duties, here at BCN, regarding the proper categorization of county government publications; in particular, the Enhanced County Government Videos, begun August 1, 2019.

    Therefore, to thoroughly correct this miscue, I will make the proper categorical correction, and bring these archives forward beginning on January 12, 2022; mixing these historical patterns of fact in with the current news of our day. Some posts brought forward will not be video broadcasts, but most informative posts as to who and what you Beaufort County Commissioners are, and how they govern.

    I am disgusted by the anarchist insurrection of those that hate our Republic. No Constitutional Republic will continue to exist if this lawless behavior is not immediately ended; arrests made and restitution demanded. This lawless behavior must be immediately quelled; arrests made, organizers discovered, and full restitution sought, including punitive damages.

    As a Beaufort County Commissioner, I am resolved to fully support those that will stop this anti-community, anti-patriot, anti-humanity, and anti-spiritual behavior; while, offering total unmitigated advocacy for all efforts, including the passing of additional statutes to discover, arrest, and prosecute those who finance, direct and organize this sorry business. Those who would seek to destroy our society and our People, in advocating an insidious evil by provoking others to submit to their will to be their pitiful pawns, must be forever barred from doing untold damage to Beaufort County.

    On Monday night, the Beaufort County Commissioners will meet in their general session for June, 2020, and I will ask for, and test my fellow commissioners' resolve to keep Beaufort County's businesses, and its citizens safe.

    Since this resolution is being prepared at such a late date, due to these recent current events, it remains to be seen whether I may actually be able to get it on the agenda, which is at the privilege of the board.

Beaufort County is Resolved to Protect the Civil Liberties of All Citizens by Enforcing All of Our Laws

    Whereas, Beaufort County citizens all enjoy the civil liberties of American citizenship purchased by the patriotism of our Forefathers, guaranteed by our United States Constitution, and,

    Whereas, Beaufort County citizens' civil liberties, protected by our United States Constitution, affords our citizenry the right to own property, and therefore benefit from that liability of ownership; an ownership under tax lien, taxed with yearly demand for payment, and,

    Whereas, Beaufort County citizens' purchase of that public protection of their property, through their representative government's obligation to provide for a Beaufort County Sheriff Department to protect and serve its people, and,

    Whereas, since the wanton killing of Minneapolis citizen George Floyd, by certain members of the Minneapolis police department, there has ensued peaceful protests that were quickly hijacked by a criminal element of hundreds of thousands of miscreants, who are substantively discussed to be possibly financed, organized and directed by anti-American anarchists, who, under the guise of large scale rioting, have destroyed and looted businesses across the United States; in many instances undeterred by local authorities, non existent in many cases, and,

    Whereas, Raleigh, the state capital of North Carolina, and, far away from Minneapolis, Minnesota, has been attacked by anti-American anarchists for two straight nights, May 30th /31st, with many downtown businesses victimized by these thugs who hate America and its People, and,

    Whereas, Beaufort County's Sheriff was elected to serve its citizens, with the responsibility to protect property and preserve the safety of our citizenry, therefore,

    Let it be resolved, that Beaufort County's Commissioners are resolved to protect the civil liberties of all citizens by enforcing all of our laws; thereby promising the Beaufort County Sheriff the Commissioners' full support to employ all of the rightful, and swift force necessary to achieve that charge, and the responsibility to do so, thus prospectively restoring order from lawlessness should anarchist insurrection visit Beaufort County.

    Be it further resolved, that Beaufort County's Commissioners request that the Beaufort County Sheriff have the ultimate resolve to plan for action to effectively stop any prospective lawless destruction and theft of property, to and including deputizing capable volunteers, requesting the national guard, etc., or any other feasible stratagem to quell any possible anarchist insurrection here in Beaufort County.

    Publisher's note: If you are interested in our Archive of the Beaufort County Commissioners' General Meetings can be found here in this aforementioned enhanced format.

    Additionally, if you wish to catch up on some of the most important Beaufort County Commissioners meeting of 2019 through 2022, click here.

Regarding the coordinated riots of 2020, is this Lawless Anarchy threatening our American society, and is our Representative Republic being handled properly by the elected authorities in the effected areas?
  No, violent anti-societal lawlessness must be put down immediately to protect all law abiding citizens.
  Yes, we must be a more inclusive society that embraces those who are disaffected and disenfranchised, even those who are lawfully challenged.
  Don't know, don't care.
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