Boston Feel-Goodism

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Posted in category The Terror State

Radey Balko is right about Boston in this article for the Washington Post, though he is far too charitable because one has to be in order to be published in the mainstream media.

In Boston, 19,000 National Guard troops moved into an American city, not to put down a civil uprising, quell riots or dispel an insurrection, but to search for a single man. Armored vehicles motored up and down residential neighborhoods. Innocent people were confronted in their homes at gunpoint or had guns pointed at them for merely peering through the curtains of their own windows.

The masses have been propagandized to throw around the warm ‘n fuzzies concerning Boston, and this is how the state – the terror industry in this case – earns “support” from individuals who latch onto terror events and serve to spread the statist propaganda as “feel-good” citizens. The masses become voluntary soldiers for the state by way of ignorance. ‘Tis why I never “support” or worship any of these past events in the present – it only serves to prop up and endorse the state and its agents of totalitarianism.

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2 Responses to Boston Feel-Goodism

  1. Bill says:

    April 23rd, 2014 at 12:52 pm

    Whenever our beloved leaders claim they are doing something for our protection, it raises my hackles.
    And 19,000 troops? I think this situation is typical, in that the ‘authorities’ are more concerned about their own safety than that of the public.

  2. Otaddy says:

    April 26th, 2014 at 4:42 pm

    So tired of all the coverage of the marathon.  Our local news talked non stop about an AMAZING woman who ran last year and wasn’t afraid to run in this AMAZING race again this year…America is strong, don’t let terrorists win, blah blah blah.

    People who run marathons seem to have a herd mentality which makes them perfect propaganda tools for the state.

    A comedian once said ” I’m pretty sure nobody would run marathons if they were prohibited from talking about it afterwards”.  

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