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“Terrorism in the United States”

The terrorist attacks against our nation on September 11, 2001 caused us all to take a second look at what’s going on in America.  As a result of the attacks, the Congress passed its joint resolution, “H.R. 3162” titled, “Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism” Act of 2001 (USA PATRIOT ACT) was passed on October 25, 2001.  In spite of its title the Act has nothing to do with patriotism; rather, it ignores our Constitution and invites official attacks against private people as if they were the enemies of the state.  This Act is also used to limit people from acting in commerce in their own private nature.

Said PATRIOT Act was shortly followed by the Homeland Security Act.  The term, “Homeland Security”, and much of the Act, was adopted from Adolf Hitler’s dreaded “SS” — the “State Security” police.  That Act also ignores the Constitution’s limitations against governmental control over the people and in effect creates a national police force.

In fact, within a year of the passage of these acts, ‘over 100 local and state governments called for the repeal of the USA PATRIOT and Homeland Security Acts recognizing them as unlawful and forbidding their operation within their jurisdictions.’  Regardless of that fact by 2009, most of the states now require anyone applying for a driver’s license to provide what is now called “legal  presence” which thing is accomplished by providing a Social Security number (see: Prerequisite Knowledge in Myth 22).

Still, according to Congress, Homeland Security has already cost the United States Hundreds of Billions of dollars; and, that’s not considering the incredible cost of the War on Terrorism.  Each of us feels the effect of those costs each time we fill our gas tanks and at every intersection we come to with the street cameras recording your progress.  In the name of security from terror, the real victim of this terrorism is our privacy and the security of our Constitution.  In fact, if you use Congress’ own definition of a terrorist organization, the United States Government now more accurately qualifies than any other organization in our nation; when you expand the United States Government’s activities to a world view, under that same definition, it is the worlds largest terrorist organization.  Regarding our security and the state of the nation, even the news media is asking the question:

Are we better off today than we were before September 11th, 2001?
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