Lawlessness Is Official US Policy
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Sweeping mass surveillance continues. It won’t stop. It’s intensifying. It reflects rogue state governance. It has nothing to do with national security. Claiming it’s a red herring.
It’s about control. It’s to advance America’s imperium. It’s political and corporate espionage. It’s monitoring truth-tellers. It’s targeting constitutional rights.
It’s eliminating freedom altogether. It’s institutionalizing tyranny. It made America a police state. It’s coup d’etat authority. Too few Americans understand. Two few who do challenge it responsibly.
Washington “lacks constitutional and legal legitimacy,” said Paul Craig Roberts. “Americans are ruled by usurpers.”
They claim they’re “above the law.” George Bush called the Constitution “just a goddamned piece of paper.” Obama feels the same way. So do key officials around him. They’re rogues. They’re unindicted criminals.
They do what they want with impunity. They’re accountable to no one. They’re unrestrained by checks and balances. They’re words, not reality. “(L)ies and naked force” drive policy.
So does over-the-top spying. It’s lawless. It’s sweeping. It’s unprecedented. It’s worsening as technology advances. It’s Big Brother beyond anything Orwell imagined. It’s humanity’s worst nightmare.