Wednesday, March 29, 2006


Escape While You Can

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I read today on the furtherleft chatroom from a friend, that more than nine thousand American soldiers have deserted since the aggression against Iraq began, a situation that has intensified recently. Four hundred of the deserters crossed the country's northern border in recent days and are trying to obtain political refugee status in Canada.

Deserted though is not a proper word for it. Because one must first desert principals and morals and a good heart in order to participate in what they demand. Perhaps it should more likely be called escaping the enemy, which their own captors, the American military has become. What if you weren’t born to kill? Not believing in killing should not be a crime. Those men should be called our heroes, they refused, if anyone is going to claim that in this disaster to all who touch it.

And if these men escape that trap because it goes against them, why should others stay in America which is the cause of this predicament when escape is, still, so much simpler. Why did they let themselves be taken in the first place? They know the military is for oppression. If you stay in the war and kill or stay home and make that killing possible, you’re the same, in principle. All good people should feel the ship sinking, the stink taking over, their freedoms being choked, their lives lined up for easy use, their minds bent till they accept killing as an answer with no more than a complaint.

American citizens are in danger. Their own country is going to start rounding them up and sorting them out. The whole situation is soon to clamp down and escape a thing hard to accomplish.

Below is an excerpt from an article telling of one mans discovery of the empty and waiting FEMA concentration camps in America.

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"In searching the Internet, I have discovered that there are about 600 of these prison sites around the country. They are manned, but yet do not contain prisoners. Why do they need all these non-operating prisons? What are they waiting for? We continuously hear that our current prisons are overcrowded and they are releasing prisoners because of this situation. But what about all these facilities? What are they really for? Why are there armed guards yet no one to protect themselves against? And what is going to be the kick-off point to put these facilities into operation?

Once a major disaster occurs (whether it is a real event or manufactured event does not matter) Martial Law is hurriedly put in place and we are all in the hands of the government agencies (FEMA) who thus portray themselves as our protectors. Yet what happens when we question those in authority and how they are taking away all of our freedoms? Will we be the ones detained in these camp sites? And who are they going to round up? Those with guns? Those who ask questions? Those that want to know what's really going on? Does that include any of us? The seekers of truth?

When first coming across this information I was in a state of total denial. How could this be? I believed our country was free, and always felt a sense of comfort in knowing that as long as we didn't hurt others in observing our freedom we were left to ourselves. Ideally we treated everyone with respect and honored their uniqueness and hoped that others did likewise.

It took an intensive year of searching into the hidden politics to discover that we are as free as we believe we are. If we are in denial, we don't see the signs that are staring at us, but keep our minds turned off and busy with all the mundane affairs of daily life.

We just don't care enough to find out the real truth, and settle for the hand-fed stories that come our way over the major media sources television, radio, newspaper, and magazines. But it's too late to turn back to the days of blindfolds and hiding our heads in the sand because the reality is becoming very clear. The time is fast approaching when we will be the ones asking "What happened to our freedom? To our free speech? To our right to protect ourselves and our family? To think as an individual? To express ourselves in whatever way we wish?"

Once we challenge that freedom we find out how free we really are. How many are willing to take up that challenge? Very few indeed, otherwise we wouldn't find ourselves in the situation that we are in at the present time. We wouldn't have let things progress and get out of the hands of the public and into the hands of those that seek to keep us under their control no matter what it takes, and that includes the use of force and detainment for those that ask the wrong questions.

Will asking questions be outlawed next? Several instances have recently been reported where those that were asking questions that came too near the untold truth (the cover up) were removed from the press conferences and from the public's ear. Also, those that wanted to speak to the press were detained and either imprisoned, locked in a psychiatric hospital, slaughtered (through make-believe suicides) or discredited.

Why are we all in denial over these possibilities? Didn't we hear about prison camps in Germany, and even in the United States during World War II? Japanese individuals were rounded up and placed in determent camps during the duration of the War. Where was their freedom?

You don't think it could happen to you? Obviously those rounded up and killed didn't think it could happen to them either. How could decent people have witnessed such atrocities and still said nothing? Are we going to do the same here as they cart off one by one those individuals who are taking a stand for the rights of the citizens as they expose the truth happening behind the scenes? Are we all going to sit there and wonder what happened to this country of ours? Where did we go wrong? "


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