Neighbor Against Neighbor: Why We’ll See an Increase in US Connections to ISIS
Either the US is directly involved with ISIS or the recruiting will be more successful in the near future. Either way, we’re seeing the birth of a paranoid police state that may make 9/11 and the Patriot Act seem like pleasant memories as it pertains to personal freedoms.
We’ve already heard from leaders who hate America that they think we’re involved and even directly perpetrated the killing of 21 Coptic Christians. Now there’s some “expert speculation” that the man delivering the message to the world about the event might very well either be American or spent a significant amount of time in the states.
This is how it starts. This is how they come up with ways to take away more freedoms, to impose more “safeguards,” and to strike enough fear into people that they start questioning whether their neighbors are involved. It’s different from 9/11. After the attacks, there were many people of Middle Eastern descent (whether they were Muslim or not) who draw unwarranted suspicion at best or who faced true persecution for being a risk. If every American is made to be a suspect regardless of race, we will soon find ourselves in a police state that is unlike anything we’ve seen in this country.
The problem isn’t just the government. The biggest problem we face is the paranoia that will ensue and the blind willingness of most Americans to trade their rights, privacy, and freedoms for the sake of security. Sure, there’s still going to be outrage, but all it will take is a handful of well-placed and properly timed incidents to incite a call for protection. As a country, adversity is at the highest level of fears. Most would rather live under the protection of a police state than to face a life of uncertainty.
We don’t normally post popular conspiracy theory videos, but this one by Jason A shows some pretty disturbing events that have been happening just over the last few days.
Will you stand down when your rights are being ripped from you for the sake of fighting terrorists?