Today's Quote

“If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny.” Thomas Jefferson

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Marine Brandon Raub and A Solzhenitsyn Moment

All Americans should read the Gulag Archipelago by Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn. In it you will find the stories of those that found themselves in Stalins Gulags. One of the tactics used by Stalin to make people disappear was to claim mental health issues and Stalin's "mental health" hospitals were full to the brink of those who lead average everyday normal lives, until Stalin's goons came to whisk them away under the guise of mental illness. If you don't think it can't happen here in the land of the free and the brave then think again. Marine Brandon Raub in Virginia is being held in VA mental health facility without charges and nothing more than a citing of mental health issues. All because he exercised his right of free speech and his opinion on his facebook page. Yes, they are watching folks and taking notes.....which one of you will be whisked away because you are now deemed mentally ill. It has been stated that there is no crime and that he is not under arrest, yet he is being held against his will without the freedom to leave at the VA hospital. That is arrest to me. You know they say that movies show enough truth so as to dull the senses of the populace to the real truth happening everyday. There was a movie, can't remember the name, about pre-crime arrests and detentions. Citizens (communist term by the way)were arrested if they even had the thought of committing a crime. If this is going to be the norm, then buckle up your seatbelts folks it is going to be a wild ride and you might be next when the bootjacks show up at your door. If you would like to know more HERE is the Oathkeepers article on the matter. This is the time that we all need to stand together, make this matter known to everyone you know and on every website you can post it on. Write those letters and send in those editorials to your newspapers. If we don't stand against the Gulags now, we all stand the chance of winding up inside one of them. Blessings from the farm, Kat

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