Nov. 28, 2011
Are our police forces and Homeland Security apparatus designed to protect us or are they there to protect the government.
I think it is fair to say that no longer are our forces being utilized to defend the life and liberty of Americans. Now these forces serve to protect the government from the people. There is a term for this type of policing. It’s called “High Policing”and the results of this mentality is completely transforming our society into something very ugly and unrecognizable.
Read more about High Policing-
High Policing in the Security Control Society
by James Sheptycki
The following article by Andrew Griffin of the Red Dirt Report is about listing those who dare question the government or attempt to find out for themselves what the true story was about an event that left nearly every American feeling like they had the wind knocked out of them as extremists to be watched should disgust us all no matter what you believe about that event.
If you would like to reserve your right to question, to research for yourself the facts, draw your own conclusions and challenge your government, you should care about this story.
This is just one of many examples of law abiding people being intimidated by the post 911 surveillance state. The fact is that we all must always guard jealously our right and ability to question our government if we wish to keep it.
By Andrew W. Griffin
Red Dirt Report, editor
Posted: November 28, 2011
OKLAHOMA CITY – Ten years after 9/11 and 16 years after the Oklahoma City bombing, it appears the federal government continues to view some Americans who embrace their First Amendment rights – press and speech, primarily – as a danger to the State, and as a result they are listing certain investigative websites as extremist and a terroristic threat to the “homeland.”