Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Utopia: Lies and Force

This blog is dedicated to exposing the Lies of Western societies, particularly the US and EU.

The West is trying to build a Utopia, which is based on Lies and Force. Historical precedents are there, including USSR (where I was born), China, Cuba and other communist nations.

Lies and Force are the proper combination for a stable Utopia, either one alone is insufficient and impractical. Utopia needs true believes, who sincerely bought into the lies of paradise. They are instrumental for applying Force onto those who reject the scheme. Utopias are inherently dehumanizing; they reduce people to mere cogs in the machine, or ants in an ant hill. Some people will innately sense the depravity of the system. If they cannot be 're-educated', as they do in special 'camps' in China and North Korea, they have to be forced into compliance. If they still do not comply, they should be removed society so they do not spread their ideas, or better yet culled.

You probably think that couldn't happen in the US. Think again. If there is a veneer of lawfulness it can and will happen. What makes a suitable veneer? All it takes is to assert that some government action is for the 'greater good', 'political and social justice' to enable police to carry out its duty of maintaining order, which becomes indistinguishable from civil repression.

An article published on February 6th, 2012 by Reuters entitled "FBI warns of threat from anti-government extremists" illustrates my point. The article summary states:
Anti-government extremists opposed to taxes and regulations pose a growing threat to local law enforcement officers in the United States, the FBI warned on Monday.
Do you see? Being opposed to excessive taxation and regulation makes you an extremist. Maybe the FBI should declare the Tea Party and extremist organization? It won't go that far, yet.

The Reuters article was at pains to justify the description of 'extremism'. It wrote
Legal convictions of such extremists, mostly for white-collar crimes such as fraud, have increased from 10 in 2009 to 18 each in 2010 and 2011, FBI agents said.
The definition of extremist applies "mostly to white-collar crimes such as fraud". A little rhetorical magic and we can treat frauds like extremists.

In Fitchburg, located in the lovely state of Taxachusetts where I live, FBI recently used a chain saw to cut through the door and held Judy Sanchez at gunpoint for over half an hour before agents realized they were conducting a raid at the wrong home.

Wrong door or wrong methods?
 The lady told CBS station WBZ in Boston that she was held face down on the floor for 35 minutes at gunpoint while her 3-year-old daughter cried in another room. Sanchez says she and her daughter now have trouble sleeping.

Was the FBI after a dangerous drug dealer? Looking for weapons? How long does it take to realize a single lady with a small child is not a threat to be handled in this way? This incident supports the fact that the Feds are less reluctant to use force against 'white-collar' crimes -- otherwise it would not have taken them so long to figure out they were completely off base.

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