The Mayor of the police state that is New York, Michael Bloomberg, spoke unashamedly to NBC on Sunday of how he thinks the government should be able to violate the rights of the people when ‘it’ knows best. During a discussion about his recent failed attempted soda ban in the city, he said “I do think there are certain times we should infringe on your freedom” – and I’m sure he does, or he wouldn’t be in the position that he is.
Bloomberg, as with all the other dark suits that appear to be in ‘power’, is also of course, a proponent of the governments current oppressive gun control proposals, which, if brought in and enforced by an ignorant army of hired heavies, would be yet another breach of U.S citizens rights, according to The Second Amendment.
Mayor Bloomberg is obviously of the mindset that the people aren’t capable of looking after themselves and so should simply roll over and die when the government tells them to do so but this is a very dangerous game to be playing as more people awaken to the hidden agenda of those in control and more importantly, to their own inner power.
What if, the majority of people are actually capable of living their lives just fine without that overbearing omnipresence of ‘the government’ of which they perhaps did not vote for, nor consent to? Our freedoms have been established over time and for good reason and to say they should be infringed upon by a controlling faceless entity means they no longer exist, which of course is exactly what that faceless entity ultimately wants.