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(Bradley Manning) Americans don’t care. It is not them. They are too stupid to understand that once law is gone, they can be next.

Posted by Martin C. Fox on December 5, 2012

The quote is from this Paul Craig Roberts article.  It explains why Bradley Manning is a hero, because he dared to do what he is sworn to do.

Uphold the Constitution. 

Roberts is right when he says Americans don’t care.   They are too dumb and/or lazy to care about the shredding of our Constitution.  Most will go to their graves never understanding that our warfare/welfare, “Kill List” centered government is wrong and Manning is right.  How many do you know discuss Manning or even have a clue as to what and why he did what he did (Making public the joyous murder of innocent civilians-for those that don’t click the link)?

Not many I’ll wager.

They can’t be bothered to question what they are fed.  There are few that have the initiative to look beyond the government beholden, presstitute media.  They will be willing led to the FEMA camp and happily accept the UN soldiers patrolling their street.  The cameras, microphones and scanners, seen and unseen, make them feel safer.  They don’t use cash and never have the wrong kind of bumper sticker.  Big Sis says that is how you know an extremist.  They won’t “be next” even if there are so many laws that the average person commits three felonies a day without knowing it.

Real patriots trust their government.  Besides, it is easier not thinking or being different.

Most deserve what they are getting.

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