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posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 12:05 PM
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The US and Europe is getting closer and closer to become the very thing they are fighting, totalitarian regimes or atleast strong police states.

Those who do not agree on the initial statement, should listen to the following videoclip with Judge Napolitano on the Lew Rockwell Show. I tend to agree with most of what they are discussing about federal violations. The monster "we" (I'm not american, but almost same problem in europe) allowed to spawn inside our governmental buildings is taking over control, crushing our human rights and liberties.

I know you/we did'nt reached the totalitarian level yet, but the water is definatly rissing and it is time to say enough is enough before it reach our mouths and nose.



If you want this to change you should make sure all your countrymen know about these unconstitutional acts and laws and carefully concider which candidates in future elections deserve your vote.

Im not shooting at any "normal" US citizen but put the entire blame on your government which is just as failed as any European government and upon your president. (In case you felt hurt, when reading the header)

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posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 12:07 PM
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You're right.

The big difference between America and any other country that may be suffering from the same fate isthat we are armed.
I hope that makes a difference.



posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 12:10 PM
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Yeah but problem solve when they start confiscating guns



posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 12:11 PM
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Originally posted by beezzer
reply to post by Mimir
 
You're right.

The big difference between America and any other country that may be suffering from the same fate isthat we are armed.
I hope that makes a difference.


that´s true.
but if someone really, REALLY wants a gun.
he´s going to get one, it´s not that hard you know.

but i hope this doesn´t turn violent allthough i´ve got to admit that i see fewer and fewer options by the day.



oh the beautiful world we´ve created.
we´re evolving by the day.

nice post and vid OP.



posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 12:12 PM
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Britain was armed until about 30 years ago. Then we had the Hunggerford massacre and they took all assault rifles away. Then we had Dunblane and they took all the pistols away. Then we had the teenage knife fights so they banned knives. First time someone uses a kebab in a lethal manner and they'll be blacklisted too.
Curved swords (focus on katanas) were banned 2 years ago - the irony being they couldn't ban straight swords because the Freemasons need them for their ceremonies.
But what use are rifles when you're fighting against high altitude drone strikes and sound weapons and biochemical 'pacification' releases?



posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 12:31 PM
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Guns are just one tool.

But

You'd need people willing to fight the regime. Dunno if we have that.



posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 12:33 PM
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We are already there have been for sometime Government is the master the people are the slaves.

Government knows best and we don't know jack they are the ones with their foot on the back of our neck's ready to snap it at any time.
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posted on Oct, 28 2011 @ 12:49 PM
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watch the bloke in Sarajevo in this thread - www.abovetopsecret.com...
How many fellow Americans do you know with the balls to do that for what they believe in.
He was shot dead but didn't appear particularly concerned about that inevitable prospect.



posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 02:54 AM
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Cover Up
Here is another indicator that Your moving toward a totalitarian regime. The govenment is trying to cover up their "mistakes" like police brutality, by requesting sites like youtube to remove evidence.

At the same time the police try to "confiscate" videos that can be used as proff on various crimes. This undermine the medias conditions to work.


Google has been asked by a US law enforcement agency to remove several videos exposing police brutality from the video sharing service YouTube, the company has revealed in its latest update to an online transparency report.

Another request filed by a different agency required Google to remove videos allegedly defaming law enforcement officials. The two requests were among 92 submissions for content removal by various authorities in the US filed between January and June 2011. Both were rejected by Google along with 27 per cent of the submissions.

The IT giant says the overall number of requests for content removal it receives from governmental agencies has risen, and so has the number of requests to disclose the private data of Google users.
POLICE STATE: US Cops Tried to Erase Online Evidence of Brutality





Patriot act - Search and seizure
Lets have a look at something else, where your personal liberties also is under attack. The anti-terror-law "the patriot act", brake your constitution multiple times, here is an example.

We start by looking at your 4th amendment in the constitution:
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.Wiki

And now lets compare that to some of the consequences introduced with the patriot act:

(H.R. 3162, the "USA PATRIOT Act") would allow law enforcement agencies to delay giving notice when they conduct a search. This means that the government could enter a house, apartment or office with a search warrant when the occupant was away, search through her property and take photographs, and in some cases seize physical property and electronic communications, and not tell her until later.

The major rationale for requiring a warrant before conducting a search is to ensure that a neutral and detached third person - usually a magistrate - will review a warrant prior to issuance. The invasion of privacy must be held to a minimum. In a covert search warrant, there are often no limitations on what can or will be searched. Any protections afforded by a warrant are meaningless when the searching officer has complete and unsupervised discretion as to what, when and where to search and the individual owner is not provided notice so cannot assert and protect her rights. How the USA-Patriot Act Expands Law Enforcement "Sneak and Peek" Warrants


So they can break into your house steal your stuff and they dont have to tell you untill later when they decide it is time for you to know. Could that be years later...or a lifetime ???

Offcause you also got other nasty things like the illigal dronewar in various countries and your problems with the TSA to mention a few more breaches to your liberties and freedom.

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posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 05:52 AM
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All courtesy of Wall Street, the banks and The Federal Reserve working under orders of The SCUM and is who is to blame directly and solely for this mess.



posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 05:56 AM
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Originally posted by Aestheteka
reply to post by beezzer
 


Britain was armed until about 30 years ago. Then we had the Hunggerford massacre and they took all assault rifles away. Then we had Dunblane and they took all the pistols away. Then we had the teenage knife fights so they banned knives. First time someone uses a kebab in a lethal manner and they'll be blacklisted too.
Curved swords (focus on katanas) were banned 2 years ago - the irony being they couldn't ban straight swords because the Freemasons need them for their ceremonies.
But what use are rifles when you're fighting against high altitude drone strikes and sound weapons and biochemical 'pacification' releases?


Pretty much the same story here in Australia..
You can get arrested for carrying a butter knife..



posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 06:16 AM
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I think that if people really believe that the liberal Western democracies are moving towards totalitarianism should do a bit of travel. The YouTube video is one person’s opinion and a love-in between the interviewer and interviewee. “...I love your books”.

He does have some interesting points, but this is not totalitarianism.


Originally posted by Aestheteka
Britain was armed until about 30 years ago.

You should research the subject a bit more and that would expose the silliness of your statement / belief.

Civil liberties and there actual / perceived erosion thereof has nothing to do with guns. Britain has never had a gun owning culture and moves to tighten existing laws (going back to the times of the Napoleonic wars) and before have merely been tightened / updated through time.

Regards



posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 08:02 AM
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I'm not suggesting you should compare Northen Korea or Iran with western democracies.

But a lot of steps has been taken lately in the wrong direction. At some point we lose trail of where we should be and risk having an almost imposible task figting our way back. I already mentioned a few of those treacherous steps, another could be assasinations of countrymen without trial to prove the guilt. Murders a few individuals can assign without any consequences, murders that some times leads to civil casualties.



posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 08:05 AM
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At least Iran has full time tv, radio and electricity and full time unfiltered internet. North Korea lives is near total darkness, limited tv, limited radio and next to no internet.
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posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 10:57 AM
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That is true, but were getting closer year by year.




posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 04:47 PM
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Originally posted by TheImmaculateD1
At least Iran has full time tv, radio and electricity and full time unfiltered internet.


With the greatest respect, you are wrong. Iran proactively censors the internet available to its popuulation. This is well documented. In addition, Iran hacks the internet (e.g. emails) of of its population. This is well documented.

Regards



posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 07:51 PM
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We employ the same exact thing stateside so what is your point?

Tehran doesn't really care about it's people's browser or search history, as long as you aren't promoting Anti Governmental actions.

Obviously ATS meets and exceeds the filters so ATS and YouTube are allowed.



posted on Oct, 30 2011 @ 04:59 PM
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Actually Iran blocks YouTube. Iran is not the open and tolerant society that some people want to think it is. They are just another repressive nation who must be looking at the revolutions in North Africa and the trouble in Syria with concern. However, we know what the Iranian authorities do with malcontents don't we, but that's another thread.

opennet.net...
en.wikipedia.org...

Regards



posted on Nov, 13 2011 @ 02:34 AM
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Another update on the "totalitarian" regime, this time a short video with Ron Paul, where he put up a list of illigal methods and approaches in the US foreign polecies.

1: Iran: Ron wont participate in a war against Iran unless congress give a green light. For years the western countries made unconstituional wars and your former presidents should get trialed for that. Many of the candidates for the 2012 presidency want to continue these wars, unclueding Obama, Romney, Cain and Gingrich.

2: Torture: The US used torture for years in the war on terror, with technics like waterboarding, which is illigal according to international laws. Ron Paul calls this torture immoral, inpractical and uncivilized.

3: Assassination: The president is now procecuter, judge, jury and executer and decide who should be assasinated and who shouldn't. Ron want to repeal the "patriot act" and remove these crazy powers from the president.

The expansion of the CIA’s undeclared drone war in the tribal areas of Pakistan required a big expansion of who can be marked for death. Once the standard for targeted killing was top-level leadership in al-Qaeda or one of its allies. That’s long gone, especially as the number of people targeted at once has grown.

The CIA is now killing people without knowing who they are, on suspicion of association with terrorist groups. The article does not define the standards are for “suspicion” and “association.” CIA drones kill larger groups





And another example of "US - the police state" from the protest wallstreet in california. The people attacked in this videoclip should sue the state for unnecessary police brutality and the most aggresive of these policemen should get fired and jailed for years for using weapons on the innocent.




posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 05:01 AM
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Yet another update:

Here Jesse Ventura tells how you cant got to court on constitutional issues. You wont be allowed a day in court, if you try to charge the government for breaking the constitution.
Same time the government give more and more powers to the various groups like the pornguards from the TSA. And as already mentioned, they dont need a warrent anymore when searching your home even thou its illigal according to the 4th amendment.
Ao in other words....your rights is being destroyed and opressed and at the same time the reduce their own constitutional restrictions.

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