Street Democracy writes:
A wilful arrogance of Orwellian avenues enshrined into practise by motel staff.
An infinite carnival of intrusion unleashed by a police state mentality to sting the poor.
We now witness warrantless invasions with a Draconian feel of forced intimacy upon the lower classes describes the ‘silent weapons for a quite war’ a class war, upon the poor is growing ferociously.
Is yet another level of social tolerance we shouldn’t accept especially in the lies of protecting the neighbourhood or other guests.
Where does it end then? Are we to be classified as criminals until proven otherwise, that’ll be when we’re dead, the perfect citizen?
Is each of us to be micro chipped in the name of neighbourhood safety?
So we don’t put a ‘toe’ out of line for the protection of everybody else all watched from afar is a bar less open air detention centre of each community, home, body soul and mind. Our humanness, our freedom of speech, thought and actions monitored and critiqued, subsequently lost forever.
If we allow this to grow, our freedom will disappear, our lives digitally watched, thought crime and statistical evidence about you by the unknown will increase as a matter of principle.
It is important we read further on the assassination upon our freedoms, our minds and actions that are being criminalised in the name of some ‘collective social responsibility against crime’.
Thought crime monitored by thought police is an extension of a punishing state, criminalising the poor to crush the meaning of being human.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy.
Click here for more: Motel 6 Sending Guests’ Personal Info to Police Every Night
Tuesday 28th April 2015 at 10:04 By David Icke
‘A Motel 6 in Rhode Island is quietly sending its daily guest list to police, completely unbeknownst to its customers, a report detailed earlier this month.
According to Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian, local police secured the deal with several of the motel chain’s corporate managers after the company complained about a rash of criminal activity…
…“We know everyone who is staying in the hotel tonight,” Avedisian remarked.
Upon receiving the list, police will examine the backgrounds of each motel guest in order to check for outstanding warrants, a policy Avedisian deems necessary due to suspected human trafficking in the area.’
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