Sunday, August 21, 2016

The Greatest Threat to Our Freedoms: A Government of Scoundrels, Spies, Thieves, Ruffians, Rapists and Killers

Via Billy

The systemic violence being perpetrated by agents of the government has done more collective harm to the American people and our liberties than any single act of terror.

More than terrorism, more than domestic extremism, more than gun violence and organized crime, the U.S. government has become a greater menace to the life, liberty and property of its citizens than any of the so-called dangers from which the government claims to protect us.

This is how tyranny rises and freedom falls.

As I explain in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, when the government views itself as superior to the citizenry, when it no longer operates for the benefit of the people, when the people are no longer able to peacefully reform their government, when government officials cease to act like public servants, when elected officials no longer represent the will of the people, when the government routinely violates the rights of the people and perpetrates more violence against the citizenry than the criminal class, when government spending is unaccountable and unaccounted for, when the judiciary act as courts of order rather than justice, and when the government is no longer bound by the laws of the Constitution, then you no longer have a government “of the people, by the people and for the people.”

What we have is a government of wolves.


  1. Another great analysis of the Problem, but VERY WEAK on Solutions - There is no hope if you think electing "better people" will get us anywhere. TPTB need to be more afraid of us than they currently are. We need to start thinking of constructive and practical ways to hurt them through economic and social/political boycott and active resistance. Anyone got any good ideas out there short of going off the grid?

    Here is my starter list:
    1) Don't buy any products or use services from the Enemy corporations. More is found here:

    1. Thanks.