Monday, May 26, 2008

The View from a Black Helicopter

"Black Helicopters" have always been associated with the people who are paranoid of the government. I always thought there was no way the government would waste that kind of a resource on simply watching people. The yeild of useful information to expense is negligible. I always figured those people claiming to see 'black helicopters' were just crazy, or way too paranoid. Turns out I was wrong.

Drudge had this article on his page today. Seems the government no longer cares that we know about the black helicopters, since they have 911 to use as an excuse. The chopper in the story is called '23' for the number of police officers killed on 911. What about the constitutional rights they've been killing since 911? What about all the people who's lives have been ruined by the over-reaching arm and illegal activities of government corruption hiding behind 911?

Big Brother is here, and he's taking names. According to my previous post about the closed meeting of congress back in March, 8 million 'names' are already considered 'enemies of the state', and placed in a database with information about their activities, interests, what they buy and even their personal hygene habits. Although they are just law-abiding citizens, concerned for their civil and constitutional rights, the new big brother attitude of government has stripped them of the constitutional rights these innocent civilians were concerned about protecting. The irony is sickening.

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