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April 17, 2013


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Why police states love terrorism and how they help it along

Scenes from a very hard-to-find movie made in 1972: "State of Siege"
It's a fictionalized account of a true story.

Using an "aid" program as a cover, the CIA trained police officers throughout South America to fight "subversives" using of torture, assassination, and police-staged explosives to blame on terrorists

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Of course, they'd never do that here.

  • Listening to: The computer buzzing
  • Reading: What is written in front of me
  • Watching: The computer screen
  • Drinking: A Cup of Tea.
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Interesting way of viewing the "War on Terror."
Colors789 Apr 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh dear. people need a life
Colors789 Apr 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Colors789 Apr 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
WhiteDraco71 Apr 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Of course it's a fraud, just like the War on Drugs. History shows that many repressive governments that we now villify in our history books originally took power by supporting terrorism then turning around and placing the blame on someone else. That's how Hitler took over Germany... he ordered the burning of the Reichstag and then publicly blamed it on an elusive group of terrorists. So then has the American government done the same... I wouldn't be surprised if the Boston Marathon bombings were suddenly found out to be the work of Al Qaeda or however you spell it, simply because that's who they blame for literally everything terrorism-related anymore.

I think that many Americans are still holding onto the idea that the United States is a free country because it's comforting to them, even if it's patently untrue, to believe that they live in a free society where they can speak what they wish wherever and whenever they please (even though D.C. has restricted free speech to so-called "Free Speech Zones") and that they can travel around the country without being stopped by police for no reason whatsoever (even though there are checkpoints on the freeways that stop people randomly and 'ask' to search the belongings of travelers... and then get violent if the travelers refuse). The reality just is too dark and gloomy, methinks, for most people to acknowledge it as real.
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