Comment: That this conversation is

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That this conversation is

That this conversation is even being had is a reflection of slave-like conditions. If the government can persecute your for something so fundamental to human well being, prosperity and community as the private production and exchange of basic necessities, you are living under extraordinary oppression; whether it be a privately owned plantation or a state / national one is irrelevant.

This conversation must be changed to "How Can We Organize to Put an Immediate End to this Unconstitution, Illegal and Oppressive Activity?" And not directed around whether "we" can do something squarely within our fundamental human rights.

Edit: having read the below posts, I agree an even better conversation is what criminal penalties should be erected for public servants who would dare betray liberties of their constituents.