06
Jan
12

Today Free Speech – Tomorrow The Ovens?


Ask anyone still alive from the days of early Nazi Germany how it all began; first the encroachment by denial of the basic civil right to assemble and of expression and then, in a matter of months, with the advent of draconian laws being secretly passed into legislation such as the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) just passed into law by the Obama administration, a statute that contains sweeping worldwide, indefinite detention provision. Such provisional laws make it possible for citizens to be picked up without habeas corpus  and due process of law only to find themselves taken to undisclosed locations and possibly never heard or seen from again.

Does this sound like an over-dramatization of what is occurring today around the world fueled by the insane, manufactured paranoia over terrorism?

Ask anyone still alive from the days of early Nazi Germany how it all began; first the encroachment by denial of the basic civil right to assemble and of expression and then, in a matter of months, otherwise innocent citizens with the advent of draconian laws being secretly passed into legislation such as the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) just passed into law by the Obama administration. The statute contains a sweeping worldwide indefinite detention provision, they are picked up and taken to undisclosed locations and possibly never heard from again.

Watch the video and decide and ask yourself if those assembled appear to be doing what you would consider warranting physical abuse and arrest by the United States Park Police.

Ask yourself: Could this happen to you?

 

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