Thursday, September 30, 2010
In order to draw attention to Paul Joseph Watson’s latest article, Authorities Plan To Trawl Phone Calls And E Mails For Signs Of “Resentment Toward Government,” Alex Jones has announced a new search term – Resentment Toward Government.
If alive today, would the founders be profiled as criminals resentful toward government?
Watson draws attention to a symposium in held Hamburg, New York, that was attended by federal agencies, police departments and others and where a system that trawls phone conversations, emails and instant messages to detect “resentment toward government” was demonstrated. The system works by detecting “resentment in conversations through measurements in decibels and other voice biometrics,” more specifically the emotional spikes that characterize “hatred and deep resentment toward government.”
How many people express resentment toward the government? How many Americans display “patterns of fixation on specified subjects” after receiving a parking ticket or on April 15 when the government demands we fill out a pile of meaningless paperwork after a year of wealth confiscation at gunpoint?
The foundation of the American ideal is a deep distrust and suspicion the founders of our nation had for government. Distrust of government is expressed in the Constitution’s separation of powers and the necessity of checks and balances. According to the government today, though, such founding ideals are sedition and the founders were little more than terrorists.
According to a recent poll, only 22 percent of those surveyed said they trust the federal government “almost always or most of the time,” while 56 percent said they are frustrated, if not resentful. About 43 percent said that government had a negative effect on their daily lives, a significant jump from 13 years ago when 31 percent expressed similar sentiments in the poll.
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Government fears all citizens who resent their monopoly on power. In April, the state of Texas reacted in predictable fashion when the CPS snatched the son of Austin-area activists Barry and Candi Cooper for the crime of teaching him to mistrust government.
Federal agencies and police now assigned with the task of scouring the internet and phone calls for resentment toward government will be confronted with an insurmountable task.
The NSA has conducted surveillance on the American people for decades. The false flag attack on September 11, 2001, gave the government and its legion of spooks and Bill of Rights saboteurs a blank check to increase this effort. The elite and their faceless bureaucrats will now create electronic dossiers on those who express even the slightest anger and resentment in response to tyranny.
We need to draw attention to this criminal effort by the government to violate the Fourth Amendment and trash our founding ideals.
Search “Resentment toward government.”
This article was posted: Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 1:19 pm