I have contemplated writing this thread since I have been a member. What type of system is the US of Armageddon you may ask? Well, what we have here,
according to the government is a DICTATORSHIP.
From the lips of the leader of the Executive Branch of our governement-
To further the discussion, do you know that the government has been given the power to ASSASSINATE anyone that is a "supposed" challenge to the
immediate ad hoc system in power.
Ever think about the powers and entrenchments implemented to create a power structure in case the peasants ever decided to revolt? It is in place, you
can be assured of that, you are all just a bunch of serfs and slaves in the eyes of the government, do not even attempt to argue that point.
Anyway, if you attempt to peacefully resist, I am backing you 1000%, you will never be convicted, remember this.
The time has come for the TRUE citizens of the US to take a stand, using proper channels.
Indefinite detention is already the norm for those the Guantanamo bay and possibly others. With Obama directing parts of this speech towards the
ongoing conflicts it does raise some concern for escalation. With the Bush years also mentioned hopefully a new investigation into 9/11 is also in the
works. As for how and where this power is directed, nullification could be a good defence for the states in the event of corporate takeover. If the
target is the 9/11 crime then it will take some time to sort out. With the recent passing of the American native title act it has given me hope that
things are starting to improve, time will tell.
I like to think of it more as a Plutarchy, which is not to be confused with a Plutocracy. Though Corparatocracy or whatever is fine too. One thing is
for sure, it sure as sh!t isn't a free republic run by faithful civil servants in the name of the people.
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