A conservative who frequently comments on matters political here set a link to an article detailing the constitutional freedoms that have been lost to the American people over the last decade. While I have a few issues with the sources within the article, I can accept how many Americans might feel, for reasons personal to their own experience over time, that this erosion of freedoms as set forth by the Constitution is happening in their current existence. What follows below is my response to Neocon1 who posted this link as an effort to clarify why I, as a citizen of Hell, believe he finds himself living in a nation that no longer resembles the dream that he had of an America in the future half a century ago.

“The vast majority of those rights which this article states that have been taken away from the American people were taken away because of an act of terrorism against the United States. The majority of the crimes against freedom pointed out in this article are the result of a government serving their corporate masters beginning in the autumn of 2001 to secure wealth and continuity for the foreseeable future with no regard for the common citizen. This is not a liberal or a Progressive conspiracy this is all birthed from the womb of the neoconservatives that were in power when al Qaeda struck in New York and Washington on 11 September 2001. While the common citizen was glued to his or her television weeping and Palestinians danced in the streets of Gaza passing out sweet treats to children, the real power in America in corporate boardrooms saw this as the greatest golden opportunity in human history to corrupt a representative democracy and turn it into an oligarchy virtually overnight. The battles we fight here Neocon1 aren’t really important because as you often point out I’m not in the United States and to the powers that be in your country you and millions of partisan individuals like you are doing their bidding by thinking you still have some power to control the game.”

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Cavalor Epþiþ, Esquire, O.B.R.E., CS, O.D.A.J.[1er], O.Q.H.[Journ.], D.S.V.J., J.F.
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork
32 Ashtaq 3 AS

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