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Turkish Situation Proves Slaves Will Be Brutally Punished or Killed if Disobedient

By Jason Liosatos

As people are battered, brutalized, pepper sprayed and tear gassed in Turkey, it is becoming more and more obvious to the awakening masses that they are living under a tyrannical regime globally, who will do anything to keep its enslaved population under its control, its worker ants, and keep them enchained to their system of fear, debt and work. The brutality by police are obviously orders from government to control at any cost, and it would not take much for the government to take it to the next level, like Assad of Syria, and start killing the uprising people, who are desperate to become free of their slavery.

It is only when people demand more freedom and push against the bars of their prison, that the bars of the prison become more visible, and felt, in the form of brutal reprimands and punishment by their jailors, the governments, and their police force, who ‘forcibly’ control the prisoners. As people worldwide awaken and rise up against the brutal control of their suppressing governments, it becomes more and more obvious that the more people rise up for their freedom then the more the governments crack down and suppress them which proves we are living under tyranny, a regime of brutal slave masters who would stop at nothing to retain their complete control and domination over the population of each country.

It is a big shock for everyone to realize the truth that, just like Syria, if the Turkish or the US population rose up a bit more than they are and became even more determined, then the tear gas, pepper spray and brutality would certainly turn into bullets, that is the way it is and has always been over millenia, except now it seems a little more sophisticated and people have been convinced that they are living in a democracy, but it is almost the complete opposite. It is a bitter pill to swallow and a painful realization for people to accept they had been controlled, manipulated and convinced that they were free, when in truth they were slaves to their government masters.


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