Monday, December 21, 2015

Protests Are So Yesterday

Protests were once hailed as a part of free speech, identified in the U.S. Constitution as a right to a redress of grievances.

One of the telltale signs that you live in a dictatorship is that peaceful protesters get ignored, pushed back, corralled, beaten and arrested.

The truth is that free speech is merely a lure. A Machiavellian or Orwellian device for the authorities to identify and mark malcontents for surveillance and harrassment.

Now that CISA was passed buried in the Federal Budget Bill, America as we know it is finished.

We were once called citizens. Now as our grievances are met with violence from authorities, we are limited to the titles of subject, dissident, or terrorist.

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