Of course the government can crush anyone of us. We have so many laws on the books that it would be impossible for anyone person to read and know
them, yet ignorance of the law is no excuse. In fact, the hallmark of an oppressive and authoritarian government, is a vast network of laws, most of
which are so complicated that most people wouldn't understand them anyway.
On the other hand, the hallmark of a society based on freedom, justice and liberty, something that America claims to be, the laws are simple, straight
forward to the point. If it creates a victim, it is a crime but if it doesn't, then obviously no crime has been committed.
From the years 2000-2007 alone, Congress has created at least 452 new federal crimes. Even more after 2007, though nobody really has a number because
there are so many. In fact, not one single person can even say for sure how many crimes there are according to the US government and something is
seriously wrong with such a notion.
All it takes, is for the government to disagree with you and then pick out of the thousands of criminal laws to try you on. If you are convicted than
you are doomed but even if you aren't, you are still ruined due to the cost, both monetarily and emotionally.
Is our system really based on justice? Are we really the beacon of both liberty and justice or is that just an illusion invented to subdue the
population and enslave us to the agenda of those who control it all?
"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."
--Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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