fm1 at amug.org
Mon Sep 10 07:14:59 UTC 2007
Consider the possibility that the s...s, bad as
they might be, are angels compared to the g...s,
that the s...s have caused the deaths of maybe
a few dozen, while the g...s have caused the
deaths of hundreds of millions. ("g...s" =
governmentologists -- members of possibly the
deadliest and most destructive cult of all!)
#TL15A: The Good and the Bad
#TL07B: The Nature of Government
--On Sunday, September 09, 2007 10:25:15 PM -0700 hkhenson <hkhenson at rogers.com> wrote:
> At 09:03 PM 9/9/2007, Olga wrote:
>> While I'm sorry for your experiences, I cannot understand why you would spew
>> such hate, vituperation ... and arrogance.
> You misread my intent. I was a loyal citizen, indoctrinated into it
> from childhood, believed in the virtue of the US government in all
> it's levels. I have for more than a decade tried to draw attention
> to a group that is in reality organized crime, a group that has
> seriously corrupted local, state and federal government.
> For my effort I was locked up in the most drastic punishment the
> state has available short of death (solitary
> confinement). Eventually I was put in with a guy who was even more
> of a boy scout than I am who had been shafted by some of the same
> people. This guy has a head full of high security
> information. Setting up the conditions to make *him* disloyal is
> even more obviously stupid than pissing me off.
> If the state and the people who create the state have to deal with
> the consequences of being stupid and irresponsible, that just what
> reasonable people would expect.
> As to arrogance, most of the people on this list have the right to be
> arrogant. It's tempered in my case by the fact that I know lots of
> people who are both smarter than I am and more dangerous, in some
> cases a lot more dangerous. How many domestic CIA assassins have you
> known? I've known two, JL and MT.
>> And all I have to say is, Keith, you're no Nelson Mandela.
> Never claimed to be.
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