Michael T. Winter
For those who’ve read Gulag Archipelago by A.I. Solzhenitsyn, they know that the term ‘gulag’ is not a ‘prison’ in the sense citizens of the USA understand what a prison to be; large buildings with little windows, a wide open yard surrounded by razor wire and guard towers. Solzhenitsyn’s gulag was a system; a chain of prisons stretching for two thousand miles of the (former) USSR’s most inhospitable land.
Tyrannical regimes have risen and fallen over the centuries; some small, some mighty. There are a few left to this day. China is tyranny personified. North Korea is the same. Amerika is heading down this path, and at a canter to boot. But in an oh, so much more crafty fashion.
Here in Amerika, the architects have taken notes from past success, and failures as well. There will be no militaristic parades and bandstands of government elites silently reviewing the seemingly endless stomping of boots to pavement, in march to a warring nation. Here in Amerika, these ‘displays of might’ are snuck into the beginning of a NASCAR race, as war jets fly overhead, inspiring awe in the participants. They are introduced by inserting prayers for our ‘heroes’ overseas, defending freedom.
As a thief in the night, we have found our liberties, our rights; once taken for granted as sacrosanct, to be removed quietly, without fanfare, until we find ourselves in this current climate of fear, paranoia and insecurity. These feelings have been engineered by the elites to herd us into an emotional corral from which there is no escape.
Globalist psychos at the helm realize that with the advantages of an exponentially more complex electronic state, with tools of surveillance undreamed of until only recently, there is a dwindling need for ‘prisons’, as we know them. When an entire population is considered hostile by the government allegedly serving them, we are ALL classified by the government as potential ‘terrorists’. No joke. Simply by logging onto Activist Post, for example, you have indicated dissatisfaction with our government, and in so doing, placed yourself in the position of being a subversive.
As we roll off the assembly line and receive our product ID code (SSN), we grow to adulthood and begin our contribution to the continuity of the machine our wardens run. We support, though our taxes, a tyrannical machine that strengthens the boundaries of ‘Gulag Amerika’, and only stop doing so when we receive (posthumously) our ‘exit papers’, (death certificate).
If you think this is insane, crazy talk, then please ask yourself if North Korean citizens can freely leave for a jaunt to New York City, or if (in the former USSR) a person had the option to leave their country. We both know the answer. Laws are being quietly inserted into Federal statute that are, little by little, chipping away at our ability to leave our country freely.
If you still believe that the Mexican border is just for keeping them out, please understand it was built also to keep us in. The gulag being created right under our noses is almost complete. When the system is fully in place, then our entire country will be one massive prison, and while the smiling faces will keep on smiling, the steely look in their eyes will be those of the jailer – YOUR jailer.
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