When I read the recent thread about the Second American Revolution
, something caught
People want to start "something", and when they speak it out, others warn them to "watch their wording", because "Guantanamo is lovely this time
in the year" and pointing to the threat of being accused as a terrorist when talking about something.
So you can see here, the anti-terrorism laws spread a great fear amongst US citizens, we're at a point where they don't only think anymore to may be
personally affected by these laws, they start to actually accept that thought and warn others because of these fears. And those fears deal with a
now, not anymore with "man, they can intercept my phone now and check out which books i rent", but with "watch your
wording, you could be brought to Guantanamo".
Just check this quotes from above linked thread:
Originally posted by otto2294
Originally posted by flyingwoody
I, personally, think that before it's all over we're going to have to resort to violence. The PTB aren't going to give up their power so easily. I
think we should start peaceful for awhile but if still nothing changes we should use our powers of citizen's arrest and administer justice.
I would gladly be a martyr for the cause but unfortunately I don't know enough about all the important topics just yet. That, and people tend to not
look up to someone who is younger than they are.
i hear guantanamo bay is lovely at this time of year. seriously the way youve worded this could easily been seen as a terrorist making a threat and we
all know the US governments attitude when it comes to suspected terrorists. shoot first ask questions never. so yeah id probably just watch how you
word your posts
Be careful how you answer in
threads like this. Big Brother
has ears, you know!
So, may the chose of terrorists as "Americas Greatest Enemy" and the laws to fight those "enemies" (Patriot Act, i.e.) be part of a greater
Part of the final stages of a longtime master-plan to takeover the country?
Think about it. When things go ugly, the puppetmasters would previously have known they probably have to fight a revolution of the American people.
The easiest solution to this "threat"? Declare everyone trying to start or being part of such a revolution a "conspiring terrorist".
In the post-9/11 America with "terrorists", "patriotism" and all that other crap all over the media the sheeple fear those evil terrorists (as per
the governments definition) and the regime/administration/insert-term-of-your-choice will probably be celebrated for locking those evil terrorists
So may the real purpose of the Patriot Act and other post-9/11 anti-terrorism laws be to nip a
Second American Revolution in the bud?
[edit on 24.9.2008 by SiONiX]