The Dollar Vigilante’s 15 Reasons to Flee the Police State

July 18th, 2013

Jorge Gato over at The Dollar Vigilante posted a shocking compilation of government abuses and absurdities on a blog called “15 More Reasons for Fleeing the Police State.” We think you should check it out. Browse the 15 reasons below, and visit his above-linked article for the complete run-down.

“1. Police officers, who once were dignified upholders of the law, shoot people’s pets for fun.
2. The government will take away your newborn baby if you eat a poppy seed bagel, while they at the same time illegally and unethically cultivate 90% of the world’s supply of poppy seed-opium-heroin in Afghanistan.
3. The government will accidentally shoot you for holding a cell phone.
4. The government will imprison you for drawing on the sidewalk with chalk.
5. The government will, like a giant vampire squid, forcibly suck your blood.
6. The government will extort citizens by setting up fake checkpoints.
7. The government will imprison you for sarcasm.
8. The government will imprison you for wearing a t-shirt.
9. The government will chase you out of a convenience store for purchasing sparkling water, smash your car as you flee in trepidation and in lieu of honing up to their pathetic ineptitude and evil, put you in jail.
10. The government will incarcerate you for wearing too much .
11. The government will classify you “terrorist” for complaining about them poisoning your water.
12. The government will record your whole life (i.e. Prism, Bonesaw, etc.).
13. The government will assassinate its own citizens and journalists for just doing their job (i.e. Michael Hastings).
14. The government will blow up a passenger plane filled with innocent civilians just for the (i.e. TWA 800).
15. The government will arm Islamic radicals who cut off the heads of Christians.”

About the Author: Barry Donegan

is a singer for the experimental mathcore band , a writer, a self-described "veteran lifer in the counterculture", a political activist/consultant, and a believer in the non-aggression principle.