No, I'm not advocating creating a crisis. However I am talking about the possibility of one occurring or being created.
Lately, however people are getting very irritated about the degree of rights we've lost, the economic situations and the corruption in government, banking and business and are becoming more willing to air their displeasure.
People in banking, business, and government cannot be happy about the way people are reacting to this, and are probably looking for some justification to crack-down and bring-down the hammer on all of us.
The government has so many means with which to do this, which would include all of the following:
- Disabling cellphone service: This was already done in San Francisco to hinder a protest
- Disabling the internet: While the government hasn't technically passed an internet kill-switch, the means to disable it is already do-able.
- Potentially using the military to round-up American citizens. It sounds crazy, but the National Defense Authorization Act does effectively allow for the indefinite detention of American citizens. Reliable information has now come out that would have previously been dismissed as lunacy that a network of internment camps have been set-up, or are in the process of being set-up throughout the United States.
I cannot guarantee that this will happen, but being that the personalities involved in the upper echelons of politics, business, and banking are generally the types who do not like to lose when potential victory is this close and have little limits as to what they will stoop to in order to achieve their objectives; it is highly likely that they either have, or are looking into a means to justify subduing their greatest threat which unfortunately is the bulk of the population including you and me.
Historically a crisis has generally been used as the pretext for something of this nature. The crisis can be either real or perceived, either opportunistically exploited or created.
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