posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 05:45 PM
Julian Assange is a terrorist.
Anonymous is a terrorist group.
Gaza Peace Protesters are terrorists.
Tea Partiers are terrorists.
People against the TSA's gropping are terrorists.
Members of peaceful militia's are terrorists.
Even members of historical reinactment groups are terrorists.
Pot smokers fund terror, thus are terrorists.
Anyone carrying a pocket bill-o-rights is probably a terrorist.
Anyone against abortion is a terrorist.
Anyone for abortion is a terrorist.
G20 protesters are terrorists.
Anyone who wants to end the war on drugs wants everyone to become a junkie and is a terrorist.
Anyone who disagrees with utilizing torture is a terrorist.
The people who hack Sarah Palin's yahoo account are terrorists.
Any journalist in Russia who is trying to expose Russian government corruption is a terrorist.
Kids who bring butter knives to school, to cut a birthday cake, are terrorists.
Anyone who disagrees with the idea that the president can target and kill US citizens, is a terrorist.
Anyone who does not obey the government on face value is a terrorist.
Anyone who opposes both of the political parties is a terrorist.
Anyone who doesn't rat out their neighbor for thought crimes is a terrorist.
Anyone who has ever been raided by the police, gotten their dog shot, and the police found nothing, is a terrorist.
Anyone who is a terrorist, and denies it.... is definately a terrorist.
I am sick of the 'T' word being thrown around like the way we used to throw around Nazi.
Here is my major ethical problem with the label 'terrorist'. Because of the west's war on terror, when one labels someone else a terrorist, it is
like declaring war on them. You are stating that this person or group needs to be erradicated with extreme prejudice.
When one implies that TSA protesters are possible terrorists, one is implying that these protesters need to be killed or put away for life at Gitmo.
One is implying that we are at war with said people.
Another big issue with this that I have is the fact that all threats to the power of the government will all soon be labeled as terror threats. It is
already happening with Wikileaks. Soon it could happen to people who want election district reform, people who pirate movies, or anything else that
threatens the hold our masters have over us. Anything else that makes us more free, or more self-relient.
With the military overseas, killing tens of thousands of people(much of whom, innocent) they had to arm our police to the teeth in order to maintain
their own order. The Posse Comitatus Act, which prevents the Feds from using the military for police actions at home, is being circumvented by turning
the police into their own military.
What a bad combination we have in store for the future: a war on terror, the label terrorist being used as a euphamism for 'person-I-disagree-with,
and a domestic military under the banner of "police".