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The government work for us that we work for the government tonight what are your rights where the governments to grants and to give away.
One of our rights didn't come from daughter from our humanity but from the government whatever government really thinks we're not unique individuals -- immortal souls but just public property.
What if we're only entitled to our natural rights have been -- as the government what -- our rights could be stripped away whenever the government considers this to be its enemy.
What do all this could be accomplished without our consent what -- the people's own representatives subverted the constitution.
What the people were so afraid that they accepted that some version one of the government demonize as an external enemy and uses fear of bad enemy to suppress our freedoms.
What do people are afraid to protest this.
What if the government knows this and so chooses enemies that are easily demonized whether they pose real threats are not.
What -- threats become imminent danger is precisely because the government allows them to happen.
What of government scapegoating and external enemy is as old as the government itself.
What if the government -- -- scapegoating again and again to scare people into giving up their freedoms voluntarily.
What -- the government relied on -- to perform the same magical disappearing freedom act time and time again throughout history.
What the government could lock you up and throw you in jail in definitely.
What -- that -- was in Cuba.
What the government is written laws to let it -- -- forever without letting you see a lawyer or appear before a judge.
You're just speaking out against the government and it came to silence.
What does the government could declare you its enemy and then killing you.
What if you're elected representatives.
Did nothing to stop the government from doing this what the government claimed that your words make you -- warrior.
Even though there's never been any armed hostilities in your neighborhood even million never carried a gun and -- never threaten anyone.
-- -- the government could classify the entire country is a battlefield and ultimately a prison what the government's goal was to be rid of all those who disagreed with it.
What are the real war was a war of misinformation.
What if the government constructs its own reality and -- assumed its own agenda.
What a civil liberties didn't mean anything to the government.
What -- -- just chose to allow us to exercise them because at the moment we don't threaten it.
What if the government released a report calling US domestic terror threat just because you disagreed with the government.
What of the government -- crazy people into acting like terrorists just to keep you afraid.
What are the government persuaded you to believe that the greatest threat to your freedom.
Is an impoverished and -- educated Third World population.
101000 miles away.
What the real threat to your freedom is a rich powerful and or seen -- What about government thinks it can write any law and regulate any behavior and tax any event no matter what the constitution's.
-- -- But if the government is always the greatest threat to freedom.
Because only the government can constitute a monopoly on the use of force.
What if in fact at its essence.
Government is simply a monopoly on force what if in fact at its essence.
Government is simply the negation of freedom.
What if the government monopoly incubating aided and abetted the enemies of freedom.
What the government had a multiplier effect on dangers and threats and even when the government said it was trying to mitigate danger in fact it was only making it worse.
What if -- the danger got more threatening the government told you to sacrifice more of your liberties for safety.
What if you fell for an act.
What -- those who traded safety for liberty ended up in government camps.
What -- the greatest threat to freedom was not any outfit of thugs and some cave and a far awfully and but an organized force here at home what -- that organized force broke its own laws what -- organized force did the very same things to those in -- -- -- That it -- people for doing to it.
What if I'm right in the government's wrong.
-- of -- dangerous to be right when the government is wrong.
What of government is essentially always wrong and always dangerous.
What -- these weren't just hypothetical or rhetorical questions.
What -- this is actually happening to -- What -- the ultimate target in the government's war on terror is all who believe in personal freedom.
What if that group includes you.
What do we do about it.
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