Friday, September 28, 2007

Preparation for the Coming Dictatorship

Be wary of the future. The Bush Administration and it's globalist allies have something planned for America and the world: Dictatorship. Martial Law is coming. Ominous signs are in the news everyday. In this essay we will review these signs and their implications.

The continuation of the Iraq war, the abolition of habeus corpus, the arrest of protesters at the President's speaking engagements, etc, all point to a growing police state mindset that is rapid devouring any remaining respect for the US Constitution or the precepts of Anglo-American libertarian principles. Should another terrorist attack occur in the United States, especially one with mass casualties, the USA will become a dictatorship similar the one in Burma. Military law and occupation will be the result, all in the name of "protecting" Americans from "terrorists". The real terrorists are the politicians who support these fascistic policies, the neoconservatives fanatics, religious zealots in the Republican Party, and the cowardly leftist Democrats who are either unable or unwilling to fight for liberty in America.

Look at our country: we have the highest prison population of any nation on Earth, we have daily reports of police brutality and a creeping mindset that the military can do no wrong. This mindset is ruining our republic.

My advice to you, dear reader, is prepare yourself. The dictatorship is coming, maybe not tomorrow, but soon.

3 comments:

Silicon Player said...
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Silicon Player said...

Okay, so first I just want to say I don't believe this dictatorship stuff for a second, so I'd like to know, GG, what you're going to say when 2009 rolls around and we have a new President without the need to force out the current.

Second, I found this blog because of an older post, while looking for information on something else. You say you hope the time for revolution won't come. I ask you, and everyone else who reads this - how are we not already at a time when it is necessary and justified?

We have no more concept of inalienable rights in this country. They are trampled already as badly as ever did King George step on them, and the fact is that the whole of the population supports new government action at every turn that disregards the basic rights of others to liberty and property.

Forty-five percent of the nation now wants to take money from the few to pay for the healthcare of the many, and if you think that's bad:

I have been reading posts elsewhere about a freaking smartphone not being released as quickly as people would hope, resulting in people demanding that the FCC intervene and force the wireless carrier in question to release it now, and/or to stop wireless providers from being allowed to decide what phones can be used on their networks.

It's an extreme version, and in a smaller population, of what we see regarding oil companies and utilities already. They produce something we really like or "need", and so many, many people decide the government should confiscate their property or force the owners into a kind of slavery to produce as we think they should.

Our rights have already been stolen. Do we not have a right to defend them? It's only getting worse. How can we not already be at the point of standing up with more than words that have had no effect after decades of speaking them?

I think it's clear that alienation from even a small portion of our inalienable rights would be enough to justify standing up against those who refuse to recognize them, so here's what I want to know:

From how much out of our inalienable rights do we allow ourselves to be alienated, and for how many generations?

armed_and_christian said...

Our rights have already been stolen. Do we not have a right to defend them? It's only getting worse. How can we not already be at the point of standing up with more than words that have had no effect after decades of speaking them?

I think it's clear that alienation from even a small portion of our inalienable rights would be enough to justify standing up against those who refuse to recognize them, so here's what I want to know:

From how much out of our inalienable rights do we allow ourselves to be alienated, and for how many generations?


That's a very good question.