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Indeed, Whistleblowers are Traitors- Traitors to the Traitors


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I'm letting this speak for itself. Post comments to the blog. I will try not to engage too,much.


Don’t Be Traitors to Those Who Have Honorably Betrayed the Real Traitors to the People

Over 200 years ago our Founding Fathers signed the United States Declaration of Independence. They were branded as traitors by their then government. They were traitors to the British Empire. In short, they were traitors.

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The Declaration of independence marked the revolutionaries’ acknowledgment that the corruption of the English government was not limited to the Parliament, but extended to the King. For them, this was the point of no return: either the American revolutionaries were going to gain their independence and create a new nation, or, they were going to lose the war to the world’s best army, forfeit everything they owned, ruin their families, and be drawn and quartered. In other words, this was the point when our founding fathers and their revolutionary supporters officially became traitors.

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The United States government has been engaged in ongoing, escalating and flagrant violations of the United States Constitution. This is a well-documented and widely-agreed-upon fact. Whether through illegal wiretapping of its citizens, censorship, undeclared wars or prosecution of government critics, the government has been consistently betraying the people’s rights and liberties guaranteed under the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution. The government has been a traitor to Americans’ privacy and liberties. The government is, and has been, a traitor to the people.

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Whether by the government or its extension in the US media, whistleblowers have been portrayed, declared and branded as traitors. By speaking up on government criminalities, by exposing illegalities committed by the government, whether on torture or illegal surveillance or illegal wars … or many other illegalities and abuses of power, whistleblowers have become traitors to the United States government. These Whistleblowers exemplify the ultimate selfless disloyalty to a government engaged in illegalities. That is a fact: whistleblowers are traitors.


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Posted by N_E_1 for Tennis | Wed Jul 31, 2013, 12:03 PM (0 replies)

Detroit Is Still The Most Extreme City in America

Detroit is a great city, the people here, don't take a snub real well. We have been tried in the popular court of "This is what's wrong with our cities" too many times, much too often. We have been criticized, forgotten, given up for dead.

Well screw you guys! Come on visit the place where the great American Renaissance will take place.
We will be the first, the model. See us now!


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/17/extreme-detroit-espn-summer-x-games-_n_3610661.html




Wednesday morning kicked off with a huge letdown for scores of Detroiters hopeful the city would be named the host of the Summer X Games. Unfortunately, sports broadcaster ESPN announced Austin has been chosen over Detroit, Chicago and Charlotte, NC, as the location of the extreme sports competition for the next three years.

Hosting the event, which has taken place in Los Angeles every year for the last decade, would have drawn visitors, positive attention and an economic boost to Detroit, and bid organizers worked feverishly for months to show ESPN that the network would benefit just as much from aligning itself with the city.

Well, ESPN, you might not have seen it that way, but that doesn't mean Detroit stays down when it gets knocked out. Whether or not the city hosts a sporting event, it's always been extreme. Here are just a few of the things that set us apart:

Read more,
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/17/extreme-detroit-espn-summer-x-games-_n_3610661.html

Posted by N_E_1 for Tennis | Wed Jul 17, 2013, 12:45 PM (0 replies)
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