posted on Jan, 18 2003 @ 10:06 PM
Here's the situation: The nation's leadership is taken over by a secretive group of elitists who profess democracy while dragging the country into a
totalitarian nightmare. Confusion and fear take hold, civil rights are eroded in the name of fighting a terror war, and impersonal governmental bodies
with names like "Committee of General Security" start labeling dissenters as enemies of the state. Secretive courts with limited accountability
punish civilians who object. Tightening its grip on power, the government creates public crises it can later be seen as solving, and military service
is made mandatory for young men. The ongoing terror war drains the country's resources, foreign relations hit rock bottom, and the economy slides
even further. But since fear is the government's most effective weapon against its own population, the terror war is expanded.
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