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Mondays With Murray: What Crimes Does The State Hate Most?

In this edition of “Mondays With Murray” we’ll take a quick look at Murray’s take on what really pisses the state off: crimes against it’s dominance that threaten to undermine the existence and control of the giant. From Anatomy of the State:

“We may test the hypothesis that the State is largely interested in protecting itself rather than its subjects by asking: which category of crimes does the State pursue and punish most intensely—those against private citizens or those against itself?

The gravest crimes in the State’s lexicon are almost invariably not invasions of private person or property, but dangers to its own contentment, for example, treason, desertion of a soldier to the enemy, failure to register for the draft, subversion and subversive conspiracy, assassination of rulers and such economic crimes against the State as counterfeiting its money or evasion of its income tax.

Or compare the degree of zeal devoted to pursuing the man who assaults a policeman, with the attention that the State pays to the assault of an ordinary citizen. Yet, curiously, the State’s openly assigned priority to its own defense against the public strikes few people as inconsistent with its presumed raison d’etre.”

Under Obama, we’re seeing this ramped up even more aggressively, with the attempted and sometime achieved prosecution of whistleblowers in recent months, plus clampdowns on public demonstrations. Bradley Manning will spend 35 years in prison for his “crime” of revealing atrocities committed by the government.
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They'll come down on you like Agent Smith(s) in the matrix for these

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Take out the spaces and hyphens. The reason they hate it and will use their full might to crush it is because they cannot create their network diagrams for mail or money if mail or money goes through an undocumented or untraceable channel. It blows their surveillance models.

Be careful even web-searching these two words.

I see this daily

Whether it's a major case like Bradley Manning or just the smaller example of seeing the cops park in the red zone so they can go into 7-11 without parking like the rest of us.

It's not a "crime" when you work for the biggest criminal enterprise of all.

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