Friday, October 23, 2015

FPR Blog 55: US Government's War on Citizens, Freedom of Speech. Drone Strike Inaccuracy.

I'm looked at as a crazy and paranoid person.



Many think that I don't have it all together. Most don't take me seriously because they think I'm out there.


I've been called a lot of things but nothing sounds worse than anti-American.


I'm anti-American because I don't agree with some of my government's laws. I'm paranoid because I believe that not only I, but many of us freethinkers are on some government interest list.


I'm a crazy communist because I feel everyone should have rights. I'm a psycho socialist because I think the richest one percent should pay more taxes than a poor person and that tax money should go into the pockets of the working class.

I'm anti-government because I want corrupt politicians to pay their debt to society from a cage not from club fed.

For this I've been told I'm delusional and have been ordered to get off my high horse.


I've heard it said that, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean that they're not out to get you.


These next two bits of information should nullify any inclination that I am all the things people call me.


There has been another major Government leak involving drone documents. The "Drone Papers" as they're being called reveals a horrific truth about our drone attacks.


The drone papers reveal that 90% of people killed in U.S. Drone Strikes are innocent civilians.


The leak comes from an anonymous whistle-blower within the U.S. intelligence community.



That person provided a cache of classified intelligence documents to The Intercept, which revealed the extremely dysfunctional nature of the American drone warfare/targeted assassination program.





The leak shows a variety of classified information, including documents, analysis, slides, and visuals.


The Drone Papers reveal an extreme lack of precision in the U.S. drone assassination campaign, with one document reporting that “nearly 90 percent of people killed in airstrikes were not the intended targets” over one five month period.


Now, if you're asking yourself what the price of peas in China have to do with you, my answer is if woody woodpecker had gone to the police none of this would've happened.


{sorry for the lame old references)


But, the truth remains. Our drones are taking out innocence and it's only a matter of time before drones are regularly used here in the United States.


They have already been used to spy and soon they will be common. And as soon as there's another Waco those drones will strike and kill innocent American civilians.


By then it may be too late to stop them.


Eventually drones will be used to find people who the government deems anti-American.


Freedom Pop RadiO is a freethinking concept. It's not a movement or a statement, though we do support and state a lot.


It's no secret I have issues with many of our countries laws. But, it's also known that I am a proud American. The main reason I'm so proud to be a citizen of this country is because I can criticize it when I feel it deserves it.


To think that I can be considered an enemy of the state for disagreeing with my government's policies is the scariest nightmare I could ever dream.


For those who are telling me to not be so dramatic, read this...


DOJ Creates “Domestic Terrorism Counsel” to Target “Anti-Government Views”

“Americans motivated by anti-government views and racist ideologies” will be the focus of a new Department of Justice position, John Carlin said at George Washington University.


The new “Domestic Terrorism Counsel” will work with US attorneys nationwide “to identify trends that can be used to help shape a national strategy.”

This latest move from Department of Justice essentially enshrines homegrown paranoia about imagined enemies into the American psyche.

Additionally, it serves to further expansion of the security state into the lives of American citizens on American soil – especially ones that choose to voice their displeasure with the government.

If we locked up every citizen that voiced their displeasure of the United States government, the private prison industry would be at the top of a Forbes list.

Maybe that's exactly what they want. Private prisons don't exist out of a sense of duty. Private prison owners get paid per prisoner.

The DOJ's reason for creating this council seems legitimate. Targeting hate groups and militias that want anarchy across the board is one thing. But, this is what is called a slippery slope. Create a law for what appears to be a just cause then use that law against anyone for any reason.

I really don't want to believe that my government wants to imprison me for speaking out against injustices. Then again, I didn't want to believe they were reading my emails either, but they did.

Whatever the reason for this council the fact remains that it's wrong. It's an egregious disregard for our constitutional and human rights.

The constitution was written to keep this from happening. In essence the government is breaking the laws of this country.

This is treasonous and we need to speak out against it.


Thanks for reading...

Spread the word, expose the truth, it's never too late.

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