I'm no lawyer and I definitely don't support the suspension of habeas corpus, but just to play devil's advocate...spydercanopus said:
And the NDAA act signed into law very shady like on new years eve lets the president send american citizens to guantamo bay cuba prison without a trial or anything. But that isn't as bad as the fact we have the first president that has assassinated american citizens. Anwar Alalaki (or whatever) may have been bad, but he deserved a trial as a citizens because we're guaranteed them in the bill of rights.
bill gates doesnt care about korea lol, he only donates money to starving children he could give a crap less if his korean buddy cant call him anymore.Guest said:
there is something one can do, get some high end donor (bill gates for example) that cares about the world in general to donate 100 million or so for the recruiting, training, hiding, and materials for a high end team of "special people". Heck, instead of having a true killing squad, even get yourself a couple Drones to do the job for you. Seems like a movie doesn't it? Not even being sarcastic. I am actually surprised this hasn't happened yet considering the people that need to "disappear" from head of dictatorship states currently killing their citizens.
If by similar things you're comparing overage charges to death sentences, then I agree.Mindwraith said:
America does similar things, but usually to small groups of people at a time so as to be inconspicuous.
They can't get upset, Tyger. In some places you can, like in Syria and Egypt. They were able to communicate and be upset together. But the extreme places like North Korea or Iraq when Saddam was in charge was where the govt can get to you and kill you quicker than you can organize.Tygerstrike said:
To them its an idea. A goal that one day they will achieve freedom. But until the masses get upset they wont have it