I really used to love America. I felt lucky to be living in such a free country where I could do and become what I wanted. When I heard stories from China, Russia, N. Korea and other countries which had dictatorships, I felt sorry for the people and was happy I lived in the free U.S.A. The country that pride itself on letting citizens live freely. But during those years, I began to notice that things didn’t alway jive with this American story. One day, I was watching the History channel and heard the story of the Japanese interment in California. The Japanese had their homes and businesses taken away from them and put in camps, where guards watched and harassed them. But I felt better by convincing myself that maybe they deserved it for what they did to the U.S.S. Arizona. The Japanese had blown up the ship and the soldiers in it. But I still had questions and went to work and asked an elderly woman if this had really happened. She answered, ” Yes.” I asked her, “Did anyone say anything about the interment of Japanese?” She answered , “No.”
After this awakening, I began to read about other atrocities the U.S.A had committed. What it did to the American Indians. It took away their land and killed many of them. And in the South, blacks were told that the government was giving them free health care. So blacks signed up to get free health care, but they were not told they were test subjects. The blacks were injected with diseases like syphilis. Many of them passed the disease on to their children and many blacks died of the disease. And then the U.S.A. also made test subjects of Guatemalan people. They were also infected with syphilis and other diseases. And then came the era of McCarthy. It was dark period where any American who was thought to be a Communist was blacklisted. These people couldn’t get jobs, go anywhere, etc. They were treated as we targets get treated today. Only thing, we have it worse. The technology today makes it easier tor us targets to live a worse life than the people who were thought to be Communists. And there were tests done on poor women in New York. It went on during the 50s. And there have been many atrocities committed throughout the years by U.S.A. If you’re interested in find out more about the atrocities committed by U.S.A., Google it and you’ll see a long, long lists of atrocities committed by freedom-loving America.
I been a victim of America’s atrocity now for over 6 years. There’s not a day that goes by in free-loving America that I don’t suffer. I’m harassed non-stop by other citizens. At nighttime, I’m hit with electricity, my bedroom become an oven-like place, my food’s poisoned, my clothes ripped, clothes stolen, and I could on ad nauseam with freedom-loving does to me and other targets,
So far, we targets haven’t been able to get help from any government agencies, because they are all involved in what’s happening to us. But not only are we targets here in the U.S., but there targets like us all over the world. Other countries are also targeting their citizens. And I’m sure the United Nations know all of this is going on and won’t do a damn thing to help us! The United Nations is full of it. If the world were at peace it would be put out of business. And it should be. It doesn’t do a damn thing to help all the people all over the world who are suffering.
And still, it’s hard to believe that Americans believe that the U.S.A. is still free. The countries I didn’t envy are still dictatorships. And America’s become part of that group.
Americans are still asleep. When are they going to wake up and realize that America is not a freedom-loving country? I don’t think it ever was. Not with all those atrocities committed by the U.S.A. How can it be?
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