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Friday, February 9, 2007

a fatal tool

Legalized terror is a fatal tool.

The Senate's passage of the Anti-Terrorism Bill (ATB) this week brings across this chilling message: "Be very afraid of the government or else face the consequences for criticizing it."

Translation: "Those who oppose or criticize corruption + abuses committed by those in power shall be labeled as 'terrorists' and shall be suppressed by the state.

The ATB is actually a pro-terrorism legislature to be used by the government against its perceived enemies. It legalizes 'state-terrorism.' There will be more abuses and violations committed by those who have guns, goons, and gold. This enactment will also open up floodgates of pocketable funds for corrupt officials and their minions. There will be additional funds for surveillance, weaponry, training, manpower, infrastructure, etc. reallocated from taxpayers' money and into various pockets or bank accounts.

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