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Re: So tired of being ignored
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Published: 10 years ago
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Re: So tired of being ignored

Any website which is geared towards the sounding of an alarm about the nature of so much denied suffering is controlled by those that seek to deny the proper dissemination of information.

Why is this action being taken against so many American citizens? One can only speculate until one of them breaks rank and decides to spill the beans on this huge mess.

Often my perception of the negative events that are designed to control us, is one of a dire situation, so horrible, that the knowledge of the facts would create civil unrest and on a global scale. This is the worst possible scenario, yet the most likely.

When the constitutional rights to free and open assemblage and freedom of speech is being denied through attacks upon American civilians, then must have a dire situation upon us, so dire that the constitution is thrown out the door.

This set of actions has already hurt too many citizens and I for one see the repression of speech and info as an attack upon all of us that suffer and that are often humilitated and denied treatment.

Do we simply accept this horrible dilemma our do we stand up as a group and demand that our rights as humans and as American citizens be given back to us?

Are there no sick and concerned journalists, activists for the sick and denied, people that can can speak the truth to others? Where are those that seek protections for human rights and human dignity?

As Franklin Roosevelt once said, THE ONLY THING WE HAVE TO FEAR IS FEAR ITSELF!


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