(05-25-2016, 04:15 PM)yiksmes Wrote: I feel sorry for the kids, pretty traumatic
I feel sorry for the Americans who will tell you they are free when the fact of the matter is you can't step outside in this country without being on a camera. You can't order a pizza without the NSA recording and documenting it. Regardless of what color you are you can't even get on a plane without waiting in line for 3 hours all the while expecting your family, even your 2 and 3 yr old to be felt up and molested.
The list of cities where you can not grow your own food or collect rain water is ever growing. Imagine a "free" nation where giving a homeless man a sandwich is a violation of the law.
We are at a point where people have cameras and microphones in their own living rooms via smart tvs, xbox 1's, ect. Documenting their every word. Privacy in this nation is a joke. How far are we from thoughts being documented and punishable? 5 years? 10?
You can't even expect justice in a American court where people are frequently paid to testify. What a world we live in where lawyers work to pervert justice, judges are frequently bribed and those sworn to protect and serve are the first to use violence to assert their authority over you.
Every day constitutional rights are violated in the courts. "Freedom" is a joke in this country.
Its time Americans woke up, march on Washington and find a tall tree with some rope. Begin with the war criminals. The likes of Kissinger, Hitlery and "500,000 dead children was worth it" Albright.
The powers that be have no fear what so ever of their constituents. There is no reason for them to represent us. Not now, not ever.
Quote:but you have a right to say that in my country
The flat out ignorance of my countrymen is repulsive.