Is the U.S. Government Evil? You Decide

Is the U.S. government evil? You tell me. This is a government that treats its citizens like faceless statistics and economic units to be bought, sold, bartered, traded, tracked, tortured, and eventually eliminated once they’ve outgrown their usefulness. This is a government that treats human beings like lab rats to be caged, branded, experimented upon, and then discarded and left to suffer from the after-effects. This is a government that repeatedly lies, cheats, steals, spies, kills, maims, enslaves, breaks the laws, overreaches its authority, and abuses its power at almost every turn. This is a government that wages wars for profit, jails its own people for profit, and then turns a blind eye and a deaf ear while its henchmen rape and kill and pillage. No, this is not a government that can be trusted to do what is right or moral or humane or honorable but instead seems to gravitate towards corruption, malevolence, misconduct, greed, cruelty, brutality and injustice. This is not a government you should trust with your life, your loved ones, your livelihood or your freedoms. This is the face of evil, disguised as a democracy, sold to the people as an institution that has their best interests at heart.

Don’t fall for the lie. The government has never had our best interests at heart.

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Show Notes

“Ugly past of U.S. human experiments uncovered,” Associated Press

“Secret World War II Chemical Experiments Tested Troops By Race,” NPR

“The Legacy of the CIA’s Secret LSD Experiments on America,” Time

“CIA Mind-Control Experiments,” Time

“Even Stranger,” The Sun

“Stranger Things Happened,” The Sun

“Secret Testing in the United States,” PBS

“The Department of Homeland Security Will Test Bioterror Airflow in New York Subway System,” New York Magazine

“Ugly past of U.S. human experiments uncovered,” Associated Press

“Why Fusion Centers Matter: FAQ,” Electronic Frontier Foundation

“Washington State Fusion Center accidentally releases records on remote mind control,” Muckrock

“Why Does the FBI Have to Manufacture its Own Plots if Terrorism and ISIS Are Such Grave Threats?” The Intercept

“Cops. Cash. Cocaine. How Sunrise police make millions selling drugs,” Sun-Sentinel

“The FBI ran a child porn site to catch predators, and now the accused are crying foul,” Dallas Morning News

“Ugly past of U.S. human experiments uncovered,” Associated Press

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  1. Robert Diggins says:

    I think it would be extremely helpful to discern the tool from the user.

    Are GUNS evil? You decide.

    See what I mean?

  2. Robert Diggins says:

    Excuse me for only offering criticism. I did get the gist of what you presented and agree with the perceptions of (those who have hijacked) the government. It’s what was inconceivable, even during the Cold War. I mean, people could read dystopian fiction, but nobody would’ve stood for, and most, or many (I hope) would’ve stood up against it.

    Part of the lesson of getting soft fascism, combined with regular intervals of shock and awe, in the “Homeland”, is that we can realize what’s been done, in our name, to others around the world. Another part is that, even 30 or 40 years ago, we might not have even stood up to the thought police, pre-crime surveillance, and the rapid prison population growth. I think there were just as many authoritarian followers, but I don’t think their minds were as flexible as they seem to be today. Its actually interesting to think about. Did they really need another “New Pearl Harbor”?

    I think so, but only because people would have been to confused about how to best follow. The contradictions need ed d to be ironed out, and pussy hats needed to be knitted. But, the Dems pushing Cold War would have been more like flat earth in that act of the play.

    We needed 24 hour cable news and then pseudo alts to really get us dizzy, first. And then just a reason to tune in. I guess that’s the real meaning of a catalyst.

  3. P. Brooks McGinnis says:

    No More War

  4. P. Brooks McGinnis says:

    That is interesting I am not allowed to post “No More War” but one time ever on Newsbud. Wow! There goes my normal response to everything and I make that statement everyday many times. Why then is Newsbud exempt from folks posting No More War? Looks like if you say it no matter where on Newsbud that is enough? Is saying No More War a one time ever thing as far as what seems to be “Mind Control” Newsbud is concerned? Saying No More War must not be a priority for Newsbud; right? I wonder how many times Newsbud will allow “Peace” to be said? Once and that is enough? What about no more nuclear weapons? I suppose the Newsbud folks are such heavy hitting intellectuals that repeating any goal is only allowed once?

    I am not allowed to show folks any of these videoes without my friends paying Newsbud; which makes sharing difficult or excahanging ideas. Then again once a post is made saying Np More War or Peace that is all you get. Wonder how far back the posting of No More War can go before you are allowed by Newsbud to post it again?

    • Tim Janssen says:

      Newsbud is not social media. You know where to go if you want that. The repeating of cliches gets old quickly. You’ve been forbidden to quote yours? Explain. News outfits that operate outside the “mainstream” have various ways of gathering what they need in order to stay afloat. Newsbud requires a subscription to gain access, nothing unique about that.

  5. Steven Hobbs says:

    Hey John,
    I thought I knew a little about such experiments. Your excellent and passionate historical narrative proved how right I was. Thank you

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