Police State Roundup: 15 Reasons Why I Choose Not to Live in the USSA

Number Six
Activist Post

I left the United Soviet States of Amerika (USSA) five years ago and never looked back. Upon discovering that government forces executed what I learned was a “false flag operation” (thank you Loose Change), that the economy was one giant Ponzi scheme (thank you G. Edward Griffin) and that there truly did exist a movement for totalitarian world government mirroring Biblical depictions (thank you Alex Jones), I figured I had some soul-searching to do.

I have long been dismayed at the barrage of totalitarian news coming out of Fascistan. Sometimes, in the chaos of “third world” countries where I tend to reside, you actually have more freedom because the typical “first world” police state laws either don’t exist or nobody bothers to follow them. You can slip through the cracks. Heck, I’d driven a car for years without the correct papers.

Here, we are allowed to sell candy, puppies or hamburgers on the side of pretty much any street; authorities would likely agree with you that 9/11 was an inside job, and so forth. The free-market stimulates growth, while collectivist government destroys pretty much anything it touches. 

Sure, the USSA is not unique, but what was once the spearhead of freedom has become the spearhead of tyranny, and nobody got the memo. 

My fellow fluoride-head citizen and Platonic cave-dweller, I give thanks. Without you, none of this would have been possible. While those of us thoughtful and careful enough to read countless tomes and research endless laws and events, you continually deride us. For some of you there is yet hope.

In the land of freedom, the following is a dish served hot.

As a citizen of the USSA:

1) I am no longer guaranteed the right to private property.
Authorities may arrive upon my sovereign territory unannounced, without proper paperwork and force me to demolish my own home before being shooed off the premise. (Not to mention that citizens must pay thousands of dollars in annual feudal fees known as “property taxes”. In many other “third world” countries, the fee is so miniscule I shall not even mention it).

Source #1

2) I am no longer guaranteed the right to sell lemonade for 10 cents,
even on my own property. (Oh yeah, that’s right I forgot, private property doesn’t exist).

Source #2, 2a

3) I can no longer, never mind sell, consume my own food products. 

Source #3, 3a

4) I can no longer feed the homeless
(with the food I am not allowed to produce or sell).

Source #4

5) I can no longer BE homeless.

Source #5

6) I am no longer allowed exercise of my so-called rights to publicly record audio or video
(i.e. of police) from the safety of my own property (which I am not allowed to own).

Source #6

7) I am no longer guaranteed the right to own a business.

Source #7

8) I can no longer safely use a cell phone on a street corner without being mauled by authorities.

Source #8

9) I can no longer paint in the open air.

Source #9

10) I can no longer travel freely without authority sticking its hands down my pants.

Source #10, 10a

11) My child can no longer freely ride a bicycle.

Source #11

12) I can no longer freely drive a car without the FBI tracking me.

Source #12

13) I can no longer make jokes in public.

Source #13

14) I can no longer hand out eternal salvation.

Source #14

15) I can no longer believe the truth
(i.e. Ron Paul is our political savior, the New World Order is real, etc.)

Source #15, 15a, 15b

Having said that, the reality is that soon there will be no place to hide (as I once personally thanked G. Edward Griffin over lunch, for penning those thoughts decades ago; mind-boggling the places and characters one can wind up with, truth truly is stranger than fiction!).

I’ve been blessed to traverse the high plains of Central Asia, the majestic seaside of the Mediterranean and the chaos of Latin America. The fog of creeping fascism has spread far and wide, its global media and indoctrination systems spreading rapidly.

For those that claim it unpatriotic to expatriate, here is a musing on that. The same might say that it is unpatriotic to question 9/11 or endless wars of death and destruction. Kind of ironic, what did the forefathers do when they faced persecution? They fled to new lands to live as free men. It is important to fight for freedom, wherever you are. Remember, they don’t call it a “Global War on Freedom” (GWOF) for nothing. We can all take daily stabs at the beast.

There are two (2) basic options:

1) Stand and fight:

2) Expatriate and fight.

Both will be needed in time of crisis. Some need to go down the well, others need to hold the rope.


“The death-machine ain’t slowing down, it’s gaining pound for pound.”

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