I thought LOzL's post needed a breakdown and further clarification.
At 12/20/11 07:36 PM, LOzL wrote:
I don't want these bills to pass like everyone else.... but what are we actually suppose to do? I mean really; These two bills passed through congress with little (or in NDAA's case- almost no) opposition.
- The interesting thing here was that it's true. NDAA was passed with almost no opposition. Can you blame Congress? Does anybody on this website actually understand that the representative part of our legislative branch is BROKEN? 2 senators for a state with well over a million people doesn't make any sense. That's two people representing a 500k populous. That word 'populous' also has a lot to do with 'politician,' and politicians also love pyramid and ponzi scheming.
I'm not saying the world is full of angels, but time and time again, all of our overlooked leaders and politicians largely remain involved in civil liberties. These people don't usually even get air-time and receive no real attention in the media. Senators and representatives do not seem to really play a large part in their cities, but their job is incredibly important and substantial to developing urban centers and state-wide planning. They also are involved with the people they serve (they're civil servants of the people, everybody, not civil servants FOR the people - that's what a dictator does).
If you pay close attention, almost all of these politicians we have in pretty much all of our states have some ludicrous ideologies or backwards societal beliefs or twisted perceptions on humanitarian causes/laws. I say almost all because there are literally no dissidents anymore in congress. NDAA should not of passed.
There was no "hey US people ya'll okay with this?" I honestly don't think the media even mentioned either bill (both bills targeted at "freedom") until they passed (but only barely looked at before moving on to the "next big thing!"). What's petitioning going to actually do? "Oh we're sorry, you all tried so hard but the numbers just aren't there" they say (ignoring the peoples' cries).
Democrats and Republicans are scumcrats and republigods. That's the best way I can put it. Democrats seem to largely support this twisted socialist/liberal stance with progressive pro-war/pro-spending concepts. Republicans seem to largely support progressive opinions dealing with pro-war/pro-spending policies with an overdose of exaggeration. I'm serious, which way do you think CNN swings? Or how about Fox news? Does the overdose of exaggeration make sense?
By the way, by the irony I explained it, if you look at the previous paragraph, "democrats" are on the left side (still near the center) which republicans are in the right (left of center).
We're literally dealing with a 7-headed hydra and a giant chimera that acted like enemies but decided to trample on the people it could of been helping earlier (which it was, by account of colonial America compared to modern America). They pretend to fight like it's novelty value and show and proceed to wreck someone's shit and do their stupid show again. You know, the whole 'bipartisan' thing gets old, and I hope my analogy made it to you. I think my description is perfect.
(this might have already been covered, but...) SOPA = shutting down communication to stifle protest/ putting down whistle-blowers, NDAA = Black bag and tag whistle-blowers and "terrorists", and America = on the rocks...... Living on the internet i see lots of things but these two bills, plus fema camps being built on America's soil for the last couple years
I like how he put 'living on the internet.' I creep and crawl, and they're no secret. I think people considered me crazy for the belief that those FEMA centers weren't for disaster relief and aid. I can't possibly try to reason with them the same now, because I totally feel like I was right. Those centers are scary.
They've also been in development as early as 2001 as a possible response to the twin towers crashing. Which leads me to his next point, which REALLY should get some clarification:
plus 9/11 being plastered as an inside job (which actually is starting to sound realistic seeing recent developments)
If people really denied this outright, I wonder if you paid attention to political scandals or even understand the simplistic nature of special interest group. What 'special interests' cater to (in terms of media jargon) would be anything from CitiBank to Freddie Mac/Fannie Mae (and Sallie Mae), Universal Music Group, hell, even the owners of Fox News... anyone that owns an "interest" in governmental internal affairs is a special interest.
They're dangerous groups, even Gerald Celente talked about the previous groups - are you guys aware how the credit rating of the country affects global politics AND global markets?
The 9/11 subject remains a controversial topic that really should be argued by experts, not something citizens really can discuss or converse about. I think we try, and we try to make eachother see the other point; but you won't understand that there were definitely special interests involved, and could of been something the CIA helped organize (to hurt our own people never stopped us from progression before, right?).
But how is it even cyberexperts have something to say and the CIA, Homeland Security, and the executive branch has nothing to say that could endanger our rights? It looks really messy... resonates 9/11 far too much. It's like we're all watching from New York about the planes smashing the towers, and we hope to god the pilots pull away in time.
If there's a special interest involved, though...
plus regime change in North Korea and the appearance of an agreement with china and N Korea (china probably doesn't want us to have a foothold in South Korea- their neighbor). Not to mention Russia launching a rocket (set to go to mars or the moon or something) which happens to be full of NUCLEAR "fuel";
Nuclear radiation- as in nukes n such- is fundamental in causing an Electrical Magnetic Pulse or EMP (seriously- one nuclear explosion in the atmosphere over America and almost every thing electrical goes down.... like computers, phones, radios, lights, heaters, water pumps, everything people use in a first world country... like America). Then there's civil unrest, which is most likely only going to get worse.
I know i wrote a lot (and i probably seem like a nutcase- sorry) but I don't really know where to post this and Newgrounds gets a lot of traffic.... Do a bit of research into what i mention. Maybe i'm just paranoid but what i've come across lately is really making me nervous....
This feels a little too paranoid. I guess it's partially realistic, but I wouldn't feel nervous about nuclear arms. My fear is that it's WE the PEOPLE that get shot at with nukes if we don't assimilate to urban centers since they intend to turn the suburbs and country landscapes into barren wastelands unsuitable for life/dumping sites for toxic waste/uninhabitable for the protection of "civil security."
I'm just saying, be prepared homie. If you never been around a crack den and around people with guns and stood right on top of over 100 grand, you better look at the world around you a little more closely.