Laws Exist to Protect Citizens, Not Politicians

Let’s not mince words here…the Patriot Act, the DOMESTIC spying program, the Justice Department firings and many recent strategic decisions by Congress and the Bush administration were not designed or implemented with your safety in mind. These things exists for one reason and one reason only, to prevent the citizens of this nation from preventing, stopping pr punishing the people in positions of power from abusing their power.

As a matter of fact many of the new “post 9/11” laws and executive orders were designed specifically to prevent the citizens of this nation from even finding out about abuses of power. Let’s not fool ourselves, none of of us are safer in any way shape or form due to the legal post 9/11 posturing of the US government establishment. As a matter of fact we are in more danger than ever and that danger stems from threats posed by people who abuse power.

As my fellow Americans snooze through the dismantling of our Constitution what is taking place is very simple…it is a systematic implementation of a totalitarian dictatorship. Unfortunately the only time many people won’t stop ridiculing me for pointing this out until it is to late to do anything about it. Actually I wonder how we can fix this problem now, even if everyone took notice. But as each day passes without public action the remedy for this problem becomes more difficult, and dangerous…if you know what I mean. Think about it!

One Response to “Laws Exist to Protect Citizens, Not Politicians”

  1. Truth Seeker on March 4, 1972 on January 7, 2003 on August 21, 2004, or no, sorry, actually says:

    The masses will neither know nor give a damn about what is going on until they are either truly desperate economically, or locked up in one of KBR’s detention facilities. This is why I think they keep us down as much as they can (in order to claim more for themselves) without reaching that invisible tipping point.

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