posted on Oct, 3 2013 @ 10:45 AM
reply to post by SadistNocturne
Freedom just died a little more
You know, when I saw you quoted me in my "thread reply" messages, I thought "gee, someone who's just going to say 'It's only illegal drugs, why
would you be opposed to that?', and for a brief second I almost didn't come to read what you'd said.
I am glad I did come to read what you said.
It is refreshing to see someone who GETS the idea that NO, I do not personally lament the inability to go and buy black tar heroin "safely" on the
internet without fear of government recrimination. But, the thought that as a FREE PERSON (or, what I would like to hope is free) I now simply could
not, is....heart breaking. No, not hearbreaking that I can't go and shoot up. Heartbreaking in that yet another "option" in life is absorbed and
defeated by the police state we call life. It just, sickens me.
But, let's look at this from another perspective. How many of you are aware that there *were OTHER* things you could get there too?
Banned books, for instance.
Religious materials that an oppressive gov't might not appreciate you purchasing.
I'd like to take a moment and ask everyone reading to think about that. Think about the connection between BLACK TAR HEROIN and BANNED BOOKS and
RELIGIOUS MATERIALS. Yes, I went *there*.
Think about the fact that the little known evil of the "Silk Road" offered more than just "illicit drugs."
Think about how truly you are ever so slightly a *little* less free.
FREEDOM OF CHOICE...........as precious as life.