reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Here's my thoughts. Firstly, someone was always going to need to say these things, according to the schemes of the 1% club (I like that phrase, will
borrow it from hereon out when describing the Elite - unless there's Wrabbit trademark..?)
As in, after the event, after the 'de facto' state of martial law, after the shakedown - in which we get told that the terrorists were radicalised by
CONSPIRACY SITES in tandem with a mysterious individual who was either a radical muslim, or a CIA handler.. After all that, someone had to deliver
the message as a seed into the consciousness of the American public via the media (you'll hear the soundbyte again & again) - the message that the
Constitution is outdated, and you will need to depart from liberty in order to trade it for security.
Precisely what the Founding Fathers warned you against ever doing.
You want to know something interesting? On the same day, here in the UK, we get told that our Home Secretary (head of security for the UK), and our
Prime Minister, and a number of other senior government members have discussed LEAVING the European Treaty on Human Rights.
They cite a roughly equable reason, in that our stoic defence of Human Rights has thus far ensured that a particular nasty terrorist man cannot be
deported because of legal wrangling based in Human Rights legislation (in this case, he really is a nasty terrorist scumbag, Abu Qatada - we get
reminded all the time about the case, several times a year it's front page 'outrage', which I suppose was to condition us to accept a 'temporary'
withdrawal from the protection of our Human Rights..)
Isn't that interesting - that for the sake of one small supposedly 'amateur' terror attack (small by scale compared to many others, though no less
tragic) that American politicians are now beginning to sound off against the Constitution. And, at the same time, the UK is considering leaving a
seriously vital treaty, which empowers many of the 'little people' here in the UK to get justice in cases of persecution by the state or corporations.
Human Rights, or Constitutional Rights, to be abandoned, announced as such within a day of each other on opposite sides of the Atlantic, and both as
a result of relatively small particular risks or threats.
Consider that if this idea had been touted in the aftermath of 9/11, it would have ended the political career of a small town councillor. Now, the
Mayor of New York can say it, and it will likely gain him some traction in his own personal part to play, politically speaking, that he was willing to
deliver the pre-rehearsed soundbyte.
Also worth noting that it is no coincidence that the Mayor of New York was chosen. The heart-strings of 9/11 are being pulled again - all in the name
of furthering the globalist agenda.
How much more of this will it take before we all realise exactly who is in charge?
Are we collectively, as Westerners, suffering from 'frog in the pot' syndrome? Not noticing as the heat of diabolical scheming is turned up - not
realising we're being cooked alive, until it's too late to jump out?
It is literally the height of frustration to know that these criminal fascist bastards can get away with it, laughing at us, that we accept their
pious play-acting and hand over our liberty & rights to legal protection.
DON'T DO IT..!
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