Persecution of liberty-minded by quasi-official state organizations too

Liberal State Bar Spends Three Years Going After Lawyer For Being Conservative Blogger: http://intellectualconservative.com/index.php/liberal-state-bar-spends-three

Michelle Malkin | Bloggers under fire: Arizona conservative lawyer/activist targeted by left-wing Arizona State Bar «
http://michellemalkin.com/2012/06/09/bloggers-under-fire-arizona-conservative-lawyeractivist-targeted-by-left-wing-arizona-state-bar/

Conservatives must learn that government is not their friend, the warfare machine is not their friend.

With the recent NSA revelations, it is now public knowledge that the Big Brother surveillance state is already here, and with the IRS revelations we see that the Big Brother police state is fast oncoming. The counter-balance is the fast-rising awareness of the public in the United States, and spreading around the world, of this regime and the attacks on liberty.

But the powers that be, the “they”, are neither omniscient nor omnipotent. That is why “they” are still in the shadows, whoever they are. But it is becoming ever more apparent to ever more people that the average European did not push their leaders to homogenize, but their “elites” and their political class foisted it on them. Americans are ever more aware that the political class does not do their bidding. To Americans it is becoming more clear with each passing week, that the elected representatives they send to Washington and to their state capitals seem to obey other interests instead of their constituents.

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3 Responses to “Persecution of liberty-minded by quasi-official state organizations too”

  1. trutherator Says:

    So now Obama has launched a major crackdown on whistleblowers:
    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2013/06/20/194513/obamas-crackdown-views-leaks-as.html

    In other news, the government has accused Snowden of espionage. Well, well. The government wouldn’t do something like that, so bad, now, would it?

  2. trutherator Says:

    Judge Andrew Napolitano incredulous at General Alexander’s answer:

    He couldn’t answer the question. He’s saying “Trust us”.

    Trust is earned, and he listed a bunch of things that show we cannot trust them.

  3. gds44 Says:

    Reblogged this on Gds44's Blog.

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