Why is photography now considered a terrorist act?

Started Oct 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
alexisgreat Veteran Member • Posts: 6,459
Re: the government considers "terrorism" anything which they dont like
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You only have to read the news to see what's now considered "terrorism"- anything which doesnt support their agenda or hurts the megacorporations that bribe them.  Based on what the government and it's agencies have been up to, I'd say that THEY are the terrorists.

Thomas Jefferson-

"A nation in which the government fears the people has democracy, one in which the people fear the government, tyranny."

The psychiatry profession has followed suit, and "antiauthoritarianism" is now considered a psychological disorder (another market for the pharmaceutical industry heh.)

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