I don't see Glenn Greenwald mentioned much in any online community; which is a shame because he's a brilliant author and speaker. I've been a listener
of his for a little less than a year, and he's really stood out to me as an activist against the global elite & the imposition of their Orwellian
Anyway, I just finished watching one of his talks at Claremont-McKenna College, on his book With Liberty and Justice for Some. He discusses
Americas two-tier justice system & the way by which the rule of law has become somehow radical; instead replaced by a lawlessness where the ruling
elites are immune to prosecution despite the egregious nature of their crimes. All the while those who are powerless are mercilessly imprisoned at an
astounding rate, for petty/non-violent crimes. He really impressed me with his concise rhetoric, despite knowing he himself may be attacked.
He also discusses how terrorism & the term itself is used by these power-elites to justify their squelching of any opposition. As well as a taunt to
the rest of mankind signifying their irreproachable status as psychopaths.
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