Democracy or Dictatorship?

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Democracy or Dictatorship?

Post  Maxy74 on Sun Jul 06, 2008 11:46 pm

As America busies itself with establishing democracy in Iraq, powerful opponents [terrorists; those who oppose democracy and hate the U.S. and her allies] will resist the new system. The U.S. government will do everything in its power to rid the world of these opponents so that the new social order can take effect in a country that has never known a democratic form of government or way of life...until now. But, while the U.S. busies itself with bringing democracy to dictatorial countries, the U.S. is also preparing for a dictatorship of its own. A dictatorship in the name of ridding the whole world of terrorists. A dictatorship in the name of universal peace for the whole world. A dictatorship in the name of a government system in which the whole world is a part of. This means all nations must set aside their differences, come together, and agree on a certain economic system, religious system, and political system.

Democracy or dictatorship? I think if this current government wanted to implement a dictatorial government, they could. Of course, they'd have to change the Constitution of the United States to achieve their ends. This is why I had a problem with Republican presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee's recent comment about changing the U.S. Constitution. Of course, propaganda about why it is imperative for the U.S. Constitution to be amended [and why some "constitutional rights" should be erased] would first consistently be fed to the American people. Just as the need for the United States to invade Iraq in order to disarm the country of its weapons of mass destruction was consistently fed to the American public in 2002 and early 2003, propaganda for the need of a department, which combats terrorism (domestic/foreign), and protects American embassies abroad was also consistently fed to the American public as well as to America's allies. Acts of terrorism committed on U.S. soil on September 11, 2001 was one of the reasons for the creation of Homeland Security. But, you should also understand that the Bush administration already had certain agendas before 9/11. It's just that the 9/11 terrorist attacks brought about those agendas sooner rather than later.

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Getting the News out to all

Post  brightlight4 on Tue Aug 12, 2008 7:14 pm

If there are so many people anti Bush and clan and it seems then why is this strike not getting off the ground?

Have you people tried spreading the word by showering different areas in different states with leaflets informing the public of the
General Strike? All you have to do is state the date and the time that the strike begins and let people do the rest!!

That is what we did in Spain during the dictatorship to get word out about things and I don't see why you can't do it now!!

All you need are a few volunteers in each city and printers to print out the leaflets and off you go!!!

Good luck,

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