August 29, 2013

Both Foreign and Domestic

I just read Pvblivs post on Snowden, and many have been discussing things at length in various groups on FB, and on other blogs that are too many to number here. I completely agree with him. If the government "has nothing to hide" then they would welcome it. At least, that is what the police say to us. If we have nothing to hide then they are trained that whoever baulks at their requests to an unconstitutional search has something to hide, and yet that is exactly what they are doing. How ironic.

As Ron Paul says, government views us as the enemy. Or maybe, we can view it the other way around as it was pointed out in our past post about another "revolution" that would be  constitutionally sanctioned. And the main reason they're trying to disarm it's citizens.

Some of us are certainly not blind to these points, as the build up of the "homeland military police state" increases, as Obama promised he would make sure it would, because the government is far more fearful of it's own people, then anything else in the world. Guilty consciousnesses tend to create that kind of behavior. They know what they have in store for its people and are preparing for that blow back. In poker they call that a "tell".