Being a citizen in the American corporate state is much like playing against a stacked deck: you’re always going to lose.
What most Americans perceive as life in America—privileged, progressive and free—is a far cry from reality.
Any encounter with the police is a bit like playing Russian roulette: most of the time you will emerge unscathed, but there’s always the chance that an encounter will turn deadly.
For those whose minds have believed the propaganda peddled by the politicians, here is the primer of what life in the United States of America is really all about.
Once upon a time, there was a nation of people who believed everything they were told by their government.
In one swoop, a divided U.S. Supreme Court handed down three consecutive rulings affirming the right of raisin farmers, hotel owners and prison inmates.
Some Americans are beginning to realize that they are slaves and that if they don’t act soon, they will find themselves imprisoned.
This is the sad reality of life in the American police state.
The military plans to use states as staging grounds for guerilla warfare drills in which highly-trained military troops turn American towns in quasi-battlefields.