The United States Goverment is Organized Crime

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  • Thu, Nov 13, 2008 - 03:18pm

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    Re: The United States Goverment is Organized Crime

I said: "The nuts are out there; it’s probably a matter of time before one of ’em climbs out of his shell…"

 And you may have to admit:

1. Perhaps, not unjustly;

2. You might inconspicuously walk into an empty room in your house, close the door, look around to make sure nobody can see you… then thrust a fist in the air and grunt "Right on!" if it happens…

  • Fri, Nov 14, 2008 - 03:31pm

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    Re: The United States Goverment is Organized Crime

I do agree with the premise, and I only wanted to put the issue into a lighter perspective.  The abuses at work here are becoming bolder by the moment.  What’s happening is in-your-face empowerment being seen publicly flaunted by the ‘Bosses’ that work the beltway.  What should be noted in your comparison is the ultimate fall of organized crime as it relates to our governments latest acts.  The criminal is most successful when he enjoys one simple advantage – anonymity!  The way that the operation is today has created such a smug and empowered group, that they actually don’t care who watches, or what they think.  Much is the same with the crime syndicate.  Once the organization becomes so big and powerful that anonymity doesn’t matter to them, the reality of the whole thing shows.  Justice not only will be done at that point, but must be done.  Al Capone was the most public of all public people during his rein of terror, yet he wore a teflon suit.  He still took the fall, for of all things taxes, but he fell nonetheless.  Had he chosen to stay shadowed, he may never have been considered anything more than a businessman.  Had our government chose to be nothing more than a government, this discussion would not be taking place, and the sheeple would consider what we are seeing in the financial world as nothing more than normal operating procedure.

Maybe the framers of our new nations constitution will think about this, and incorporate such a watch-dog group in the next version!  

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