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Originally posted by sinister_scarecrow
I agree totally, congress dismissed also and now we have the Patriot Act 2 and there's nothing patriotic about it. It seems (if you read into it) this is also an affirmation that they are after the internet. They claim that it is a way for extremists to coordinate strikes and this is what makes it more dangerous. I heard that they were going to "restructure" the internet and that all data would first go through Motorola servers and sites like this would be no more.This, of course, might call for a large grid-based failure of the electrical system in America, which was tested not too long ago and blamed on Canada. Essentially they would control ALL free thought on the internet and there would be no P2P or conspiracy sites...only business and gov't control over content.When Motorola says something doesn't go through, it doesn't go through. Anyone want to expound on these theories?
Originally posted by jimmyx
uhhmm...one question...why don't we ever hear about a lefty liberal walking into a church, school, business, shooting and killing, multiple ordinary, innocent civilians? i guess that information has been suppressed.
The Heath High School shooting occurred at Heath High School in West Paducah, Kentucky, United States, on Monday December 1, 1997. Fourteen-year-old Michael Carneal opened fire on a group of praying students killing 3 girls and wounding 5 others.
No indication of his party affiliation.
Cho, a senior English major at Virginia Tech, had been diagnosed with and was treated for a severe anxiety disorder in middle school and continued receiving therapy and special education support until his junior year of high school. While in college in 2005, Cho had been accused of stalking two female students and was declared mentally ill by a Virginia special justice. At least one professor had asked him to seek counseling.
Originally posted by The Godfather of Conspira
...rather it's talking more about right-wing, anti-authoritarian, American paramilitary groups like the former "Michigan Militia" whom Timothy McVeigh was associated with.
[edit on 13/4/09 by The Godfather of Conspira]