samhill wrote:Isayre, we have been living in a Corpocracy for a long time & it just recently came out in the open with the Supreme Court decision, there's nothing new here this has all been going on most likely since day one. Only now there are talking heads that have been taking over the thought process for many, paranoia runs rampant.
It seems to me that what you call rampant paranoia, I call a desire for sovereign freedom. What I can't understand is that if you perceive the devolution that we are going through as we descend into this corprotocracy well enough to recognize that it has been going on for decades, why do you seemingly embrace and welcome it? Is it OK to perceive and then embrace it, and then shrug and say we have it so we must go on and live with (or deal with) it, but paranoia to say that enough is enough and its time to stop the devolution?
And as to my paranoia over the civilian force that is as well funded and powerful as our military, was that just my paranoia, or was that Barak Obama promising his masses that he would indeed accomplish this? Perhaps I was just hearing voices, but then back in the 20's a guy named Adolph Hitler wrote a book detailing his plans and everyone figured it was just talk, so perhaps we should just consider this promise of a civilian force to be mere talk and move on.