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  • jaime.denada
    Supreme Court: Government Can Suppress Speech of Citizens, Not Corporations http://www.reclaimdemocracy.org/articles/2007/supreme_court_speech_laz arus.php ...
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      Supreme Court: Government Can Suppress Speech of Citizens, Not
      Corporations

      http://www.reclaimdemocracy.org/articles/2007/supreme_court_speech_laz
      arus.php

      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "jaime.denada" <jaime.denada@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > I can dig the analogy. Here's some positive peaceful resistance.
      >
      > A Blow Against the Corporate Empire
      > http://www.commondreams.org/views06/1002-31.htm
      >
      > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Trinidad Cruz" <TriniCruz@>
      > wrote:
      >
      > A recent survey along the Gulf Coast revealed that an alarming
      number
      > of people would still opt to ride out a hurricane. It makes me
      wonder
      > if this "riding out" quality is just a normal reflection of a deeper
      > issue in modern American character. There isn't a much bigger or
      > badder boy on the block than a large hurricane. It makes me wonder
      if
      > faced with martial law, detention camps, and government
      assassinations
      > of its own citizens, most Americans wouldn't just opt to "ride it
      > out". I think the majority already have. It is a quality I find in
      > myself sometimes. I think most dissension here amounts to little
      more
      > than lip-service. Nowadays it is becoming important to remember that
      > the people who want to run the world are not paranoid. They are
      > constructing your future according to their vision of control
      > deliberately and confidently across all facets of human existence
      from
      > culture, to religion, to science, to politics, to philosophy, to
      > business. Any oppressive act they impose is not one of paranoia; but
      > rather one of construct - their construct. If we "ride out" such
      > impositions on human dignity we will find after the storm that only
      > their construct remains. American life will not be the same - ever.
      >
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