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Totalitarianism American-Style

April 2, 2012 by Bob Livingston
Totalitarianism American-Style

Television pundits, political hacks, progressives in higher education, brainwashed educators and the elite rulers in the halls of the Washington, D.C., cesspool love to call America a democracy. Most of the people believe it. After all, it is what is they were taught in school. But it is not so. America is a totalitarian society.

When envisioning a totalitarian regime, most American people imagine concentration camps, soldiers roaming the streets demanding “papers” and people disappearing in the dead of night. Totalitarianism American-style is more subtle. It has had to be, because the ancestors of today’s Americans believed in freedom and were willing to fight and die to preserve it.

Totalitarianism American-style has grown slowly and imperceptibly over many years. This is gradualism.

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SteveMT's picture

Great post. This article fits right in with yours.

Understanding The Slave Mentality
Monday, 02 April 2012 07:48 Brandon Smith
[See picture at link that goes with this story.]
In the initial stages of nearly every recorded tyranny, the saucer eyed dumbstruck masses exhibit astonishing and masterful skill when denying reality. The facts behind their dire circumstances and of their antagonistic government become a source of cynical psychological gameplay rather than a source of legitimate concern. Their desperate need to maintain their normalcy bias creates a memory and observation vacuum in which all that runs counter to their false assumptions and preconceptions disappears forever. It is as if they truly cannot see the color of the sky, or the boot on their face. The concrete world of truth becomes a dream, an illusion that can be heeded or completely ignored depending on one’s mood. For them, life is a constant struggle of dissociation, where the tangible is NOT welcome…
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And some have tried to warn

And some have tried to warn others that this was coming and were ridiculed. They still ridicule those that have been right all along.
I don't speak of myself, but rather a generation of people that came before me; many of whom you are already familiar with.

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I just got this email and was about to post it. You best me to it. :P

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