posted on Jul, 8 2006 @ 07:17 PM
It is certainly a possibility I have entertained on occasion. Many laws, from taxes to murder, self defense, burglary, ect are so confusing most
people do not understand them. Yet we often have the phrase: "Ignorance of the law is no excuse". That might have worked 100 years ago when laws
were relatively straightforward. But not anymore. In fact, it is almost like the purpose of these laws and codes of today is to deliberately confuse
and cause ignorance of the law. The more confused people are, the more susceptable to harassment and prosecution by the authorities. The only way
people have a change against the law is lawyers. And Lawyers, like medical care, are expensive and most people do not trust them enough unless it is
Most people have enough on their plates that they cannot devote any time to studying or understanding alot of new laws. They have jobs, families to
support, plus a barrage of news and crap flooding their minds 24/7 that it is next to impossible to devote time on such things. Besides, decent laws
should be written in clear concise language that even dummies can understand, and they should be simple and effective.
But it could very well be that laws are becoming deliberately more difficult, complex, and hard to understand because the elites know people dont have
time to keep up, and thus, are easier to prey on and control.