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118374 No. 118374 ID: 783bde
Feds Jailed Gun Owner for Making Politically Incorrect Facebook Posts

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>> No. 118375 ID: 49da9b
“to learn who rules over you, simply find out who you aren't allowed to criticise”
~Elon Musk
>> No. 118379 ID: ee12f9
Some Americans may have felt uneasy 35 years ago when DUI laws, DWI checkpoints, seatbelt laws, and car liability insurance laws were started, but most people felt that the experts must be right.

Pro-police state shows like "COPS" and "America's Most Wanted" were then aired, neighborhood watch groups were formed, "get tough on crime" candidates were elected, and laws allowing mandatory minimums, IMBRA, 3 strikes laws, curfews, police militarization, teen boot camps, school metal detectors, private prisons, and chain gangs were enacted.

Nanny state smoking laws then started appearing.

When 9/11 happened, the Patriot Act was passed, NSA wiretapping, no knock raids, take down notices, no fly lists, terror watch lists, Constitution free zones, stop and frisk, kill switches, National Security Letters, DNA databases, kill lists, FBAR, FATCA, Operation Chokepoint, TSA groping, civil forfeiture, CIA torture, NDAA indefinite detention, secret FISA courts, FEMA camps, laws requiring passports for domestic travel, IRS laws denying passports for tax debts, gun and ammo stockpiles, laws outlawing protesting, Jade Helm, sneak and peek warrants, policing for profit, no refusal blood checkpoints, license plate readers, redlight cameras, speed cameras, FBI facial and voice recognition, tattoo databases, gun bans, the end to the right to silence, free speech bans, searches without warrants, CISPA, SOPA, private prison quotas, supermax prisons, FOSTA, sex offender registration laws, and sex offender restriction laws were allowed.

Now that the USA is a total police state, Americans are finding out that changing anything is impossible and that freedom is lost forever.
>> No. 118380 ID: 1bb067
^No one wants to hear about your victim complex. Just alienate the friends you don't have and be sad.
>> No. 118381 ID: e525aa
Who wants to live in a police state?
>> No. 118382 ID: cce514
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wtf I love gun control now, strong daddy trump ban the ARs!
>> No. 118384 ID: d42478
You know the US has become insane today when:

The answer to endless wars is more wars.

The answer to the police state is more tyranny.

The answer to a dead economy is starting a trade war.

The answer to regulations is more laws.

The answer to endless debt is more debt.
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>> No. 118386 ID: fc7ef8
You know that you are in hell when you live in a police state and those who criticize tyranny get banned and everyone else who mentions the police state supports it.
>> No. 118387 ID: 5d32e7
>you know you are in opchan when shills shit-spam the phrase 'police state' like max headroom blipverts and those whose voices could refute this aren't here because staff let them leave.

Look at that sensible yet rightfully hopeful meta commentary.
>> No. 118388 ID: fc7ef8
If you love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.
>> No. 118784 ID: 377d4c
Why not just put every American in prison when they're born?

>> No. 118788 ID: 5c87e8
this thread is already 6 months old. egypt had a complete change of government in under a month in 2011 because they got off their asses and did something to try and fix the problem instead of whining on the internet while cowering in the safety of their homes. people in america have been crying about this shit since the patriot act days, all they ever do is moan "woe is me" while hoping that someone else will fix the problem.
talk about surrendering your liberty, someone too cowardly to act never had any liberty to begin with.
>> No. 118791 ID: f5c3ed
>sex offender registration laws, and sex offender restriction laws were allowed.
Those are very good things out of that whole list
>> No. 118811 ID: 6db4c3
Americans are whistling down to the concentration camps.
>> No. 118812 ID: 09c7e0
My wife throws a mega hissyfit at the slightest hint of criticism, or she used to before I sent her to a psychiatrist. Now she clenches her fists and grinds her teeth instead.
>> No. 118840 ID: ba478f
Okay but what did he say? I havnt found any article that states what he actually said.
>> No. 118841 ID: 2849b6
Society is becoming unglued.

The USA is supposed to be a free country, but it is a police state. The US is no longer a democracy, Americans no have longer rights, and everything is illegal.

The government blatantly breaks the law and then laughs and expects Americans to obey the law and pay taxes.

How can Americans sleep at night now?

What would an American do if he was married, had a house, car, job, and $100,000? Would he throw everything away to fight for freedom or would he try to justify being unconstitutionally wiretapped, groped by the TSA, being tracked with license plate readers, stopping for checkpoints, and being stopped and frisked?

How much is liberty worth to you?

Maybe Americans might benefit from studying King Charles, the French Revolution, the American Revolution, the Civil War, and the Vietnam War.


>> No. 118853 ID: d37834
Americans said that they hated freedom 100 years ago because the environment was dirty, there were murders, planes crashed, and medicine was dangerous, but the US is now a police state and the environment is still dirty, there are still murders, planes still crash, and medicine is still dangerous.
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