posted on Aug, 28 2003 @ 12:46 PM
I found this an interesting read and thought many of you here would also.
Is it just me or are ideas such as these becoming more difficult to argue against as the flock keeps thinning to reveal the gluttonous wolves?
Just a snippet to peak your interest:
1. The United States Government tortures its own citizens. We go around the world talking about human rights, but agents of the U.S. government have
not hesitated to commit the most vicious crimes against humanity right here at home. The political reality is that the U.S. is the leading economic
and political power in the world, and the only superpower. Thus the U.S. government can maintain its pious hypocritical stance without fear of
``serious'' exposure. Our government has grossly abused its current power. It has wasted a chance to be a world role model for ethical government,
and the chance likely will never come again.
2. The U.S. Constitution is just a piece of paper to covert thugs. The only rights you have are the ones you can enforce. Here in the land of High
Noon, despite all the talk to the contrary, it is every man for himself. There are plenty of people who would love to see you literally tortured if
you differ from them on the most minor political points. We lead the world in the technology of warfare and espionage. The same technology is used to
suppress and harass so-called dissidents or ``threatening'' people and movements. If you cannot prove it happened, and the weapons officially do not
exist, then nothing really happened, did it?