Street Democracy writes:
To decapitate the minds of the people is to destroy freedom of speech, freedom of information and freedom of expression when it comes to hidden agendas by the ruling establishments that govern our lives and hold the fate of this planet.
To threaten people with their lives if they speak out against tyranny, against evil or wrong doing, against corruption no matter who is involved, is rules from the highest of psychopathic oligarchical controlling system to impose the heaviest of sanctions upon our freedoms.
Employees have a moral obligation to protect their fellow human beings. It is a criminal act by itself to allow a corrupt corporation or military or governmental institute of some kind and turn a blind eye to it.
We witness the unleashing of a unapologetic repression of critical thought, and when an ordinary man or woman speaks out against criminal activity a corporation may be guilty of, and that the public have a right to know, is shut down, we know the decapitation is beginning.
As people we all share commonality of living on this planet, sharing the atmosphere and living.
We have a moral duty to protect against tyranny, a dictatorship, toxic ruler’s or ruthless thugs whether they wear suits and lead our economy or government or some sleazy back street operation or major institute like a corporation, we must stand together and unite against the dark.
Our ruling leaders are overtly hostile to ‘whistle blowers’ and deeply aggressive to any ‘investigative journalist’ who finds out. This is the emerging ‘gulag state’ of which the UK is one giant detention centre and so is the rest of the global state.
For more on the killing of justice and that includes death threats to Edward Snowden click here: Pentagon & NSA Officials say They Want Snowden Extrajudicially Assassinated to discover more on this plot or continue reading on.
‘President Obama claims the right to extrajudicially execute American citizens, keeps a so-called “kill list,” and has bragged he’s “really good at killing people.” This isn’t bluster. Obama has backed this up with action, having killed U.S. citizens — including a 16-year-old boy – without charging, much less convicting, any of them with a single crime.
The implications are profound (and profoundly disturbing), and raise questions about Americans’ constitutional right to due process, the most basic constraints on presidential power, and our treatment of whistleblowers. Indeed, how can anyone expect those who witness executive-branch crimes to blow the whistle when the head of the executive branch asserts the right to instantly execute anyone he pleases at any time?’