Monday, April 22, 2013

This is a Test of the National Elite Big Brother Association!

Terrorism is not defined by its intentions to kill a few people, or even more than a few people; it is to bring about mass paralyze a people in fear, and to dent the public purse of their target. The Boston Marathon was a relatively small event, in comparison to let's say a nuclear attack on one or more of our cities. Yet, despite this, our government launched full scale--extraordinarily expensive-- martial law, which, incited much more fear than the attack itself. House to house paramilitary searches of homes, making innocent American citizens blatantly submit to the state is about as un-American as it gets.

What happened to, "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."

Meanwhile, those in authority treat the public as if they're in Kindergarten: "Stop asking questions," and "Wait for further instructions."

Not to say that there is a lot of subtle disinformation out there regarding the Boston Marathon bombing. You have to really pay attention to catch it, otherwise, it appears legitimate. However, there are more than enough signs that this event is much bigger than the two boys accused.

One, being the the questions that the authorities refuse to take seriously.

Two, the lack of tangible quality evidence--video, images, etc.-- presented to the public.

Three, the lack of due process afforded to the accused.

Fourth, the media frenzy that surrounded this event. Always a red flag!

Lastly, but perhaps, most importantly, the unbelievable and unprecedented scale and nature of the response from the American government to supposedly, catch a teenage "terrorist". Even if he was a terrorist, shutting down an entire city, and overrunning its streets with paramilitary-cops, in humvees with manned machine gun turrets on top, barking orders in residential neighborhoods, while snipers aim at innocent families, with orders that people come out of their homes, and then the invading and searching--without legal basis-- of those homes, is that the kind of nation we want to live in?

They claim it wasn't martial law, that it was a "Stay-In-Place" order, and that compliance was somehow, voluntary. Really? When dozens of cops dressed in SWAT gear--armed with fully automatic rifles--trained snipers positioned on neighboring rooftops, and tanks parked outside your house, what kind of choice is that? I don't care how many guns you own, you're outgunned. To protest would be suicide. I think the message is clear, "cooperate, or else". You and your family have no choice. Not to mention, it gives the police ample opportunity to plant evidence. However, there was a choice made to cheer the tyrannical oppressors after all was said and done. What's funny if there is anything funny in a situation like this, is that the seige everyone cheered for did not find the suspect.

So, what now?

Will cities, states, perhaps, even our entire nation go into "lock down" mode every time a serial killer's on the loose? Every time an "underwear bomber" gets loose? Every time a bomb goes off?


Lewis Clark,  19:26  

Watching paramilitary troops going door to door in an American city, rifles up and aimed at residents being forcefully driven out of their home at the point of a gun, hands on head, searched like prisoners...that was the most chilling thing I have ever seen in America.

Moreover, they were so efficient at it, as though they practice this everyday. Think about it. Our government has domestic paramilitary forces so well trained and equipped to execute a forceful population control, search and capture operation over a large geographical area of dense population with such precision should be much more terrifying than a couple of bombs.

Even if this was for a good purpose--and I highly doubt it-- the existence of a federally controlled paramilitary power that can be deployed on a domestic population like that...history shows that this can have very undesirable consequences.

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