Tuesday, June 2, 2009




WWW, June 2009 - The Hollywood movie "Minority Report" pictures a world where people are arrested because of crimes they... are going to commit in the future. Science Fiction? Not when Barack Obama gets his plans!

When Barack Obama came with his "change we can believe in", millions of people voted for the man. Worshipped as the Messiah, even, by not a few. He was going to do everything that basically every reasonable human being longs for, from Closing Guantanamo to Legalizing the Herb. Countless of Reggae Artists made tracks wherein Obama was being worshipped, or at least hailed up as Jah Man: heaven on earth had just arrived...

Still, many people believe in the "change" Obama claimed to implement as soon as he entered the White House. But on the other hand, more and more souls wake up to the fact that the only "change" Obama will actually implement, are changes to the worse!

Take the MSNBC Channel, for example. Commentator Rachel Maddow reports on one of Barack's latest plans concerning people held at Guantanamo Bay. Many prisoners are not guilty of anything, but they will remain under detention still.

The reason?

Well, let's use a term from the Hollywood movie "Minority Report". That term would be "pre-crime". These are crimes which not actually took place, but rather will take place. Yes, you read that right. Barack Obama announces a plan where people can be held in prison under a torturous regime, for crimes they... will commit!

To make it even more bizarre, Obama announced this more-than-Orwellian plan as he stood before the US Constitution talking how bad the Bush administration before him had been.

See And Hear!

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