Because freedom can't protect itself
I never advocate for any violence and am staunchly against it. Still, to crack down on thinking, and call it "radical", is government coaching with the end of dictatorship in mind. That is how I perceive it.
If we look up the dictionary definition of radical, which concerns beliefs that implement big changes in a political climate, then by that definition, the post-911 climate which targets and criminalizes thinking, is itself radical. Very.
Communism is not the only source of a Moral society.
A Free Society has to be moral in order for people to respect others right to be Free. A Republic is a foreign word now to most Americans.
A Free state is a dream now as the Government that was to protect our Natural Rights, now abuses them at every turn.
These criminals fully understand the people Will get enough eventually. Then they will open Pandora's box and see the Open Lawlessness being perpetrated against them by an out of control Banking Empire that has now swallowed the World.
This is why they want to spy on everyone continuously.
The Bill of Rights is about protecting our Natural God given Rights.
We get no rights from the Constitution.
That document was written to keep the Government from infringing on our Rights. Apparently though we have a hard time thinking for our selves. This has led to our downfall, and is not easily fixed.
The final solution is no Government, at all.
We have to live among each other in Love and Peace.
We have to restore Property rights.
We will have to take Security of our States into our own hands. The Militia system was in place at the beginning of the Country organized by the States, read your Constitution, second amendment.
This was the peoples way of protecting themselves from an overbearing Central Government.
Of course I realize there are those Freedom Loving moral Commies out there that Love big government and support these blustering fools who spend more than we got.
Any illegal limit that might be gotten is taken from the Sheep by the Wolves.
And God Forbid some one suggest Tar and Feathers.
Suppression of beliefs leads to struggle for freedom to believe. And history does not indicate freedom being earned without a struggle for it, peacefully or not. Could suicides, individual acts of public violence including ‘homegrown terrorism’ be a result of extreme suppression and surveillance for prolonged periods of time ? Could all that is needed to reduce these violent acts is to not slyly take away the freedom that one ought to have ? Should one terroristic act lead to surveillance policies that could and have been creating more destructive acts? Treating a radical thinking person like a terrorist is negative reinforcement that could encourage them to be the one they are treated like.
I was incarcerated for three years in federal detention centers in New York for writing an email to ABC.online and Paine Webber (now UBS) with cc's to the NYT, Time and Newsweek in 1999. I projected a soon to be future world in which ABC, America and the world would be living through "a generation of rage" where violent events in nature would accompany all types of human mayhem. The purpose of the terrifying projections was to get ABC and Paine Webber to discuss my self-published book with me and my vision of the future including my foreknowledge of 9/11. But, the prosecution said I was only trying to extort the companies for money. I represented myself and the jury was split, but the judge charged them to reach unanimity and I was convicted. My appeals should have won in the 2nd circuit and the Supreme Court, but a corrupt system upheld my conviction. I think the NYT will someday pay with the lives of some of its people for having failed to cover this story for the past 14 years. The story is here and is a free download http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/occupythewhitehouse tar
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