The Disturbing truth to 1984

While re reading the book “1984” I came across a terrifying parallel between their world and ours. For those of you who are not familiar with the book or movie, the nation Oceania is in a state of perpetual warfare with the other two superstates on Earth. But this isn’t a war that is to be won, it is an orchestrated conflict whose sole purpose is to control the masses.

Now with that said, take a moment and reflect on our perpetual conflict that simply cannot be won, the “War on Terrorism.” Very freighting stuff, I think Orwell was on to something.


Edward Snowden

Just a few hours ago, the whistle-blower who exposed the NSA’s PRISM spying program identified himself; his name is Edward Snowden. He is a true American Patriot, who acted with complete selflessness. No doubt, our corrupt secretive government will now go after Snowden and everything he has. Let’s take him as an example of what courage and selflessness can do. We mustn’t let this injustice go unnoticed. The Revolution will begin soon.

Dissent is freedom

Do we allow our government to destroy our liberties in the name of security? Should we consent to the norm and choice our public servants between two equally and incompetent political parties? The time to dissent is now! We must dissent to the “norm” that has been created by our sickening government. They wish for all of us to be the same and hand our rights away to protect us from the next bomber or the next rogue state, in reality they create more enemies while they fill their pockets with millions! The day where our leaders believed in freedom is long gone, and re-ignition of our nation is necessary. Revolution is the only sensible option left. United we are strong, divided we are ignorant. Revolution will come, its just a matter of time. What will be the tipping point? Only time will tell.

Is it time for Revolution?

As our nation spirals downwards towards a fascist society; is it our duty, as Americans, to rise up and recreate our government? Day after day we are threatened by our government of more wars, of a weaker economy, of more terrorism and of the loss of our liberties. Freedom is nothing but a farce in this nation, we are united only in our hatred for the ‘other’ political party. Only our government is to blame for this. They have created enemies abroad and made us enemies with one and the other domestically. They have created an illusion of choice, yet in reality every candidate is the same; greedy, destructive and dishonest. Should we stand idle by as our beloved country heads down the same road as many great nations before her? Should we give up on our belief of freedom and liberty for all? We hold the key to our own futures. We, the people, are capable of enacting change. It is up to us, to our actions and words. Revolution is no longer a matter of if, but a matter of when. Long live the revolution and long live our Constitution!

Loss of Liberty


Thomas Jefferson said it best, “The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first.” Sadly the people weren’t able to ‘chain’ down the government; instead the government is in the process of chaining us down. Fear is the number one tool used to oppress the people and strip them of their liberty. Fear has led to the rise of fascist states, such as Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy, and the blind following of thousands to commit atrocities against ones fellow man. Today our beloved country is headed on the path so many great and extinct nations have headed down before. With the seemingly perpetual wars in the Middle East to the constant fear instilled on us by our government, the time of a free and prosperous America is limited.
9/11 is a day which will be stamped in the minds of all people who have lived through it. From the harrowing efforts of our fellow man sacrificing life and limb to save one another to the horrific live scenes of the eventual collapse of the former most iconic buildings in the New York skyline. We will never forget, but what most people do forget, or never even knew about, is that a law called the PATRIOT Act was passed by our congress and signed into law shortly following the attacks that gave the government immense power over the people. This law was passed due to one thing and one thing only, fear. The government exploited the fear of the people, the fear of more attacks, to partake in one of the greatest power grabs of all time. Here is a short list of some of the constitutional rights the PATRIOT Act killed:

-Freedom of Association – Government may monitor religious and political institutions without suspecting criminal activity to assist terror investigation.
– Freedom of Information – Government has closed once-public immigration hearings, has secretly detained hundreds of people without charges, and has encouraged bureaucrats to resist public records requests.
-Freedom of Speech – Government may prosecute librarians or keepers of any other records if they tell anyone that the government subpoenaed information related to a terror investigation.
-Right to Legal Representation – Government may monitor federal prison jailhouse conversations between attorneys and clients, and deny lawyers to Americans accused of crimes.
-Freedom from Unreasonable Searches – Government may search and seize Americans’ papers and effects without probable cause to assist terror investigation.
-Right to a Speedy and Public Trial – Government may jail Americans indefinitely without a trial.
-Right to Liberty – Americans may be jailed without being charged or being able to confront witnesses against them.

That is a lot of rights we no longer have. No matter what your opinion is on our wars, economy, and whatever else may be wrong with this nation, you cannot ignore the fact that our constitution is what reigns supreme in this country, and when is is trampled upon like it has been, things need to change! Sadly, the PATRIOT Act isn’t the only thing that is killing our liberty, another more recent law signed by President Obama just last year called the NDAA of 2012 is just as bad, if not, worse than the PATRIOT Act.
The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 completely legalizes the indefinite detention of American citizens by our very own government! Say goodby to trials, because that’s a thing of the past. If the government doesn’t like you then all they have to do is lock you up and throw away the key then look away, it is that easy. One great example of this is the Bradley Manning incident. Manning leaked thousands of classified documents the the whistle blower site, Wiki leaks. Since he was caught, in 2010, he has been detained without a trial way past the 120 day limit the military sets at the time frame a trial must take place. But, due to our ignorance and fear, this is very much legal. It is a sad day when our right are openly exploited.
Regardless of one’s political association there is no denying the fact that are liberties are being destroyed more and more by the day. When the people are able to wake up and see this, real change can be enacted. We will no longer have to choose our presidents based on choosing between the lesser of two evils, but we will be able to choose based on our beliefs in liberty and the democratic way. One day, and one day soon, our country will revert to the envisoned republic of our forefathers, or else our children and their children will be growing up in a very different America. In closing I will leave you with yet another Thomas Jefferson quote, “When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.”

The Holy American Empire

The United States of America has troops stationed in over 130 countries world wide, and maintains large military bases in 36 different countries, from Japan to Germany and everywhere in between. These simple facts forces a very simple question, is the United States a modern day Empire? Some argue that the US Military base is its own version of a colony, thus creating an America that stretches the entire globe.

Never before in history has a country have this many troops stationed in this many bases and deployments across the world. So why would someone consider it ludicrous to suggest that the US is, in fact, an Empire. Our government forces its will when and where it likes, regardless of the UN ( See Iraq War) and popular international opinion. Yet the governments of these people will bow to the US and her foreign policy plans ( See Britain) and follow her into battle. So, on top of having soldiers stationed in 130 countries, the government can easily call on dozens of different proxies to do her bidding. At this present time US non-interventionism is dead, and the grand Empire of America is alive and thrives.

An imperialist America isn’t only bad for the people of many countries in which the “American dream” was forced upon, bad it is bad for the people at home. Over the past few years trillions of dollars has been spent on maintaining  foreign American might, at the same time when the government is battling its worst debt crisis in history! On another note, it also is killing our young men and women. Through imperialistic operations, thousands of Americans have died, when they plain just shouldn’t have. It also begs the question, do these operations make the home-front safer? Instead of investing trillions in foreign military operations, why don’t we simply invest in making our defenses at home more powerful and effective? Before we know it, our forces are going to run thin across the world, making us a prime target for collapse; just like the Roman Empire.