Knowing the consequences, would a sane person, protest our President when we are engaged in a War Against Terror? When the police in Cleveland decked a 53 year old woman, Carol Fisher, and trundled her off to a hospital for psychiatric testing, are we to believe the word of a crazy person that she was treated unustly? I am sure the police had their reasons. Civil liberties mean as much to me as to anyone, but you can't have people, particularly a person who works for Revolution Books, posting signs in public places that undermine our government. I used to be an all out liberal, but 9/11 changed all that. I am sorry, Spinorb, I can understand your tender-hearted emotions, but we have to make sacrifices if we are to remain free. Wealth Bondage does not come cheap.
Via Skookum tips from Public Eye for those who may be be under surveillance by paramilitary groups, the FBI, NSA, or The Office of Wealth Bondage. I guess on this one I agree with Captain Blowtorch. If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear. In a democracy openness and trust are critical to civil society. If we lose that we a lose all. My suggestion is to be as transparent as possible to the properly constituted authorities. The better your fellow citizens doing the surveillance understand who you are, your mission, and your core values, the better they will like you. By being human and vulnerable you establish a common bond. On the best case scenario, highly qualified undercover operatives will serve on key committees of your organization as unpaid volunteers, boosting productivity at no cost to you. In the end, there is no use complaining. All of us in Wealth Bondage are responsible for our own happiness. Ask yourself, "When in Wealth Bondage did you feel most free?" Then visualize that moment. Concentrate on the positive. Remember, for anyone who has you at a disadvantage to actually hurt you would be unsporting. I welcome surveillance by Candidia or anyone else in power. It makes me feel safer, like when Mummy used to leave a light on beside my crib or changed my diapers.
"Foolish praise of folly is wiser than wise criticism of knaves in power," I heard the Tutor mutter as he perused the comments section of earlier posts. Mum's the word. It is a free country and all that, but everything in moderation. Joe McPatriot has us under surveillance and he is a pretty good guy. I have nothing to say against secret operations against domestic terrorists or whomever. We can't be too careful. I used to be a liberal myself. They are sly. You have to keep them under control or they will take over our government. There is no compromising with domestic liberals. They must understand that there are consequences for trying to undermine our President in a time of war. I see it all so clearly now.
Tabitha Chase, a stripper, activist, and formerly a top Domina at The Chamber was recently rousted by the FBI's Domestic Anti-Terrorism Task Force:
When the agents returned, their posture had changed they seemed intent on drilling me on things that had nothing to do with the previous question. They asked why I don’t have a credit card, bank account, or car. They asked if I was an anarchist at least 20 times, they asked if I was a U.S. citizen, they asked if I was against Bush, the war, capitalism, government, commerce, etc.
You are with Wealth Bondage or against Wealthbondage. Freedom has no middle ground. Being a Domina yourself is not going to save you.
Saddam, I see in the papers, walked out of his trial, calling the judge a "Traitor." That makes about as much sense as the Author Function, airlifted to Pakistan and convicted by a secret military tribunal, calling for "justice" or democracy. We all have to go with the times. Things change and you have to get used to it, especially when you can't do anything about it. If the AF had kept his mouth shut he would be alive today. Actually, I should have said the AF simply disappeared. Truth is, that is all we know. That is all we have to go on, that and his bloodstained personal effects shipped from Pakistan with a suicide note written in a hand none of us can recognize. Ah well, life is good; life is short. We all do the best we can. At least Saddam will not be Terrorizing the US any time soon. Do you feel safer? I hope I am not called a Traitor. With everyonecalling everyone else one, it makes me dizzy. I just want the rule of law, with no one above it. Or is it treasonous to say so? Gosh, maybe it is best just to talk about sports or something. The powerful will settle all this somehow and then we just have to do what we are told. I can live with that, if the winners let me. What's on tv? The State of the Union. Who knows, maybe Bush is right. He seems like a nice guy and he probably does not have anything against me personally. I support him. He lets me go free. I can do that. These days you have to look at things from all angles. Best to play it safe. The democrats would never hurt me, but they won't save me from Bush, either. So, I support Bush!
Guess who moved your cheese? Mmmmm, tasty! Time to adapt, my good little mice. Cheese is for those who think positive. Yes, bad little mice end up dead. But good little mice get cheese. Just not now. You have to earn it. Work hard little mice. Momma loves you. (Go here for a special lesson for cheese-eating liberals.)