Silly Americans… It’s not the Government that is taking away your rights…

Meyer was allowed to leave. She later found out she was being prosecuted under the state’s new “ag-gag” law.

This is the first prosecution in the country under one of these laws, which are designed to silence undercover investigators who expose animal welfare abuses on factory farms. The legislation is a direct response to a series of shocking investigations by groups like the Humane Society, Mercy for Animals, and Compassion Over Killing that have led to plant closures, public outrage, and criminal charges against workers.

via First “Ag-Gag” Prosecution: Filming a Slaughterhouse from the Street.

It’s the corporations who own the Government… The same people behind ensuring that everyone has a gun are the same people doing this… talk about social engineering…

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6 Replies to “Silly Americans… It’s not the Government that is taking away your rights…”

  1. Think of elected officials as prostitutes turning tricks in the halls of government and corporate executives as johns paying to be serviced, and these laws make perfect sense. Lawmaking is legal prostitution bought and paid for by campaign contributions.

    1. To follow through on your suspicions, consider going to:
      or research ALEC in the search engine of your choice.
      As a consortium of right-wing legislative and corporate interaction, the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is a breeding ground for a whole host of zany legislation that, at the opposite end of the political spectrum, rivals anything ever proposed by even the most radical feminist. It is not too farfetched to suggest that the ultimate goal of ALEC is to reduce government to the status of a corporate sock puppet.

      1. Indeed – so this is what I’m thinking in my most AlexJones moments… ALEC is proposing and pushing through all sorts of legislation.

        1.) Repression of various rights (voting, speech, etc…)
        2.) Alleviation of Corporations… (which is oppression to workers and consumers)
        3.) And the insistence on gun rights galore – even to the point of attempting to pass laws requiring people to have guns, and of course the Old-West-Type-Stand-Your-Ground-Laws

        Again, social engineering at its best.

        1. The door to corporate personhood opened in the late 19th century with a non-legally binding headnote in a tax case. It was something the railroads had been trying to engineer since the end of Civil War and they ran with it.
          Because of a constitutional loophole in the wording, the vast majority of 14th Amendment cases decided by the end of the Great Depression had been used to legalize corporate personhood rather than to protect blacks for whom the amendment was ostensively intended.
          Today, not only are corporations persons in the United States, they are de facto gods routinely violating the First Commandment found in Exodus 20:3.

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