Wednesday, January 7, 2015

No One Is Free,
No One Is Safe

Shut your lying mouths, Western hypocrites. You don't give a fuck about freedom of speech or the safety of anyone but elites; stop pretending otherwise or I'll have to come down there & straighten your asses out forever.

Is that enough of a threat?

And Christ on a crutch, to see economic terrorist Adolphngela Merkel standing next to Limey ratbag David Cameron while he blows air w/o meaning from his blowhole is enough to make this reporter reach for his revolver or other weapon. (In self-defense. I'm not saying I'd let the air out of those two. Not saying I wouldn't, either. And I am saying someone certainly should.)

After all, if "free speech" is such a big important deal to you hypocrites, my calling for the death by violence of the political establishment & power structure world-wide is no big deal, is it?
Despite frequent national boasting of free speech protections, the U.S. has joined, and sometimes led, the trend to monitor and criminalize online political speech. The DOJ in 2011 prosecuted a 24-year-old Pakistani resident of the United States, Jubair Ahmad, on terrorism charges for uploading a 5-minute video to YouTube featuring photographs of Abu Ghraib abuses, video of American armored trucks exploding, and prayer messages about “jihad” from the leader of a designated terror group; he was convicted and sent to prison for 12 years. The same year, the DOJ indicted a 22-year-old Penn State student for, among other things, posting justifications of attacks on the U.S. to a “jihadi forum”; the speech offender, Emerson Winfield Begolly, was sentenced to 8 1/2 years in prison.

Countless post-9/11 prosecutions for “material support of terrorism” are centrally based on political views expressed by the (almost always young and Muslim) defendants, who are often “anticipatorily prosecuted” for expression of ideas political officials find threatening. There is no doubt that the U.S. government has even used political speech as a significant factor in placing individuals on its “kill list” and then ending their life, including the U.S.-born preacher Anwar Awlaki (targeted with death beforethe attempted Christmas Day bombing over Detroit which was later used to justify Awlaki’s killing). Anti-American views by Muslims–meaning opposition to U.S. aggression and violence–are officially viewed as evidence of terrorist propensity, which is why this passage, flagged by the ACLU-Massachusetts’ Kade Crockford, appeared in a CNN article yesterday about the trial of Boston Marathon bombing defendant Dzhokhar Tsarnaev:
As is true for all War on Terror abuses, this American version of criminalizing speech is spreading far beyond its original application, and is increasingly applied domestically. Anti-police messages are now being subjected to the same criminalizing treatment as anti-military and anti-U.S.-foreign-policy ideas.
Ha ha just kidding. You are not free or safe, you have nothing to lose, your government is as repressive as ISIS, do something, brave & noble freedom-lovers! OR SHUT YOUR FUCKING TWO-SIDED MOUTHS!

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