posted on Dec, 16 2005 @ 08:56 PM
It doesn't happen to be a matter of right or left. It doesn't happen to be a matter of protecting the civilians of the United States of America.
It may not even be that there is an NWO conspiracy to take over the United States, and/or ultimately the world. It is, however, a matter of
government being government.
Given it's druthers, any government, left to it's own devices, will expand to fill the void and take over every aspect, both large, and small, of
life, that the people will let it.
It isn't necessarily a huge conspiracy of any sort. It is, simply the nature of the beast. Those in power are greedy, and want more. Otherwise,
they would not be politicians. Many, who are not in power, do not want those in power to have any more of that power. Most of the people, not in
control, don't want to be bothered; want the government to take over every aspect of their lives that they don't wish to be bothered with or do not
This, large conspiracy aside, turns us into a nation of ho-hum... Non-thinking, non-excelling, non-independent automatons, "by the nature of the
beast called government".
I understand that this type of thing will catch the occasional terrorist operation, and act, but ... It seems to me, and I'm not really a moron, that
there are more effective ways that are less invasive to achieve the same results. I'm not necessarily a right wing, nor am I a left wing, I am
simply a human being who wishes to have the right to live and die as he wishes, as long as there is no harm to another person. and yet, I am
beginning to believe that this is an illusory paradigm.
Leave me alone Bushie! I have fought for my country! I would do it again! I'm not planning on bombing anything, blowing up, subverting, or doing
anything to any aspect of our country or it's people, that will cause angst amongst the politicians or those many, who willingly surrender their
rights to live, die, laugh, love, and make the mistakes that are inherent in this thing called life.
A government that spends so much product in the process of spying on it's own citizens has much, I suspect, to fear from the possibilities of those
[edit on 16-12-2005 by sigung86]