posted on Nov, 4 2008 @ 06:05 AM
Originally posted by tac109
The bottom line is the government needs to be afraid of us. Im here to say that I for one am not afraid of the government. We don't have to whisper
to each other in fear of the government overhearing. As a matter of fact I think their the ones who whisper in fear that we will over hear.
I am with you to a cetain extent. It is very intimidating to have an agent from the government stand in front of you and tell you he plans on putting
you away for the rest of your life.
My urge was to...well, it was to react in a way which would have made sure I went to prison.
It is tough to sit there and try to be civil to people who have no regaurd for you. They look at you as though you were a bug on the face of some
THe most ironic part in it, is that they call themselves investigators. A true investigator looks at all sides of the issue. After we had been back
and forth for quite awhile I told him him this and said, "well, it looks like you have already made up your mind. Why am I here?"
Then he brought out this offensive comment about how God forgives those who repent for wrong-doings and honest people make mistakes but ask
forgiveness from those they wronged and of God.
Of God? WHen did God have anything to do with the money from FEMA I was given?
The set on this guy was unbelievable! Insulting...it still enrages me!
I looked at my lawyer and said, "Now he speaks for God?"
My lawyer just raised his hand to quiet me because he knew I was about to explode.
I said, "I wasn't frightened enough by your badge and your gun, so you want to use God to frighten me now? WHo do you think you are? Moses?"
THe meeting ended soon after.
I say this only to point out how the government will use all means they can think of and they have NOOOOOOO shame. It is a lot to stand against, my