What is the government up to? Is democracy still relevant?

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According to Natural News, by a wide margin of support, Illinois just voted to criminalize citizens filming police in public spaces.

“The amendment has stripped away safeguards to free speech rights from the original legislation and instituted a blanket ban on recording officials in public,” writes Steve Watson at InfoWars.com. “It was passed by both the Illinois House and the Senate, with huge majorities, within two days of its introduction.”

“Only a government that lives like cockroaches in the darkness would pass a law criminalizing the act of turning on the light,” writes the Free Thought Project, which goes on to point out how the mainstream media is completely silent on this story. (The media censors all stories it doesn’t want you to know about, including the CDC whistleblower story, Fukushima radiation in the USA and the worsening Ebola pandemic.)

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Chicago is now a city where it is completely legal for a police officer to murder a citizen in plain sight, but it is a felony offense for a citizen to record the video of that event on their mobile phone. The citizen who witnesses the murder is now the criminal, you see, while the government employee who commits it is granted total immunity.

Similarly, when the government lies to the people, that’s never considered a crime. After all, politicians lie all the time to get elected. (Remember “if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor” promise?) But when citizens lie to the government, that’s a felony crime. That’s why Martha Stewart went to prison, by the way: for lying to the government.

To see some fascinating and interesting clips regarding the truth about the situation surrounding free speech, one can easily log onto:



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