posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 09:22 AM
I recognize that in your thread that you identify the inconsequence’s between the privilege the US Government takes for itself and the way the
citizen is treated.
In a system that was designed to be a government By the People, For the People secrets should be very limited. As JFK said “We as a people, have
been inherently and Historically apposed to secret societies, secret oaths, and secret proceedings.”
Our Constitution affirms that We as a people have the inalienable right to be secure in our homes and papers from governmental intrusion. The only way
that this can be circumvented is that there is probable cause that a crime has been committed and that someone with evidence of said crime appears in
person in front of a judge and presents this evidence and the judge declares that it is probable that this citizen committed the crime and issues a
warrant to enter the citizens home or papers to find a named in the warrant piece of evidence.
Look how far we have fallen. Sneak & Peek searches, Anonymous tips, Data Bases with every key strokes recorded, Secret torture facilities, Secret
Courts. So very sad. Not even the Nazi’s ever dreamed of such control over a population, and we go about our day as everything is just fine.
“The Terrorist” is the perfect enemy of the state. No definition of who he his, where he is, so for our safety we must control everything and
Totalitarianism, Tyranny, New World Order.
So if we were to believe the words of the Government “That the terrorist hate us and attack us because of our freedoms”,
Well the terrorist WON.
Because we have lost All of our freedoms today.
It makes a thinking person ask Who were the REAL terrorist anyway? Looks to me as it was our own Government who hated us because of our Freedoms.