The Tipping Point Against Tyranny

Monday, August 19, 2013
By Paul Martin

Dave Hodges
August 19, 2013

When does an individual reach their tipping point against tyrannical abuse? For that matter, when does a nation collectively reach its tipping point against governmental abuse?

I avoid flying as much as I can because I really don’t relish having a pot-bellied pervert in a blue uniform from the TSA put their grotesque hands on my body. And for the most part I have been able to avoid dealing with the abuses of the TSA by not flying. However, the abuses of the TSA are spreading to many other domains in our lives. Not only is the government violating our rights and conditioning us to accept dehumanization, so are many of our corporate entities.

There are main four points to this article: (1) This article will examine the expansive nature of the TSA/DHS as well as various corporate entities who believe that they have an inherent right to abuse our citizens; (2) This article will also take a look at people’s typical reaction to the type of TSA invasive policies being put into place by other institutions such as the National Football League; (3) This piece will examine the comments and attitudes of the American sheep that think these East German Stasi style tactics are permissible; and, (4) Suggestions will be offered as to what we can do to both corporate institutions as well as the government, who believe that they can do what they will with the general public.

Government Abuse Is Literally Everywhere

The Rest…HERE

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