Many people here in America are used to saying whatever the fuck they want. Hell, I have been known to speak my mind over the years, publicly shouting from internet roof tops about many things that I'm not happy about here in the states. From big government misleading the citizens; to big banks putting the screw on homeowners and students with ungodly loans; to big pharma brewing batches of poisons for their alleged healing potions.
The facts are that saying whatever the hell we want about whatever the heck we want, is truly a new American phenomenon. Not too long ago in just about every country in the world, and even to this very day, if you say the wrong words about the king, government or powerful people, your ass would be killed in a New York minute. Tortured, burned at the stake or your head cut off and stuck on a stick.
Make no new world order bones about it, because free speech is a new American invention that is only a little over 200 years old.
But soon, this world of speaking our minds about the things we do not like or our government in whatever fashion we deemed fit, may soon change.
Take for example this news story of the recent arrest of a UK singer and Fracking protester named Darren Nesbitt who was arrested after a performance for the words he said in defiance to local authorities when he sang "stick your new world order up your a**".
Mr Nesbitt appeared at Beverley Magistrates' Court charged with using threatening or abusive behaviour within sight of persons likely to be caused alarm, harassment or distress. He pleaded not guilty to the offence.
The court heard that Mr Nesbitt, who is from Bury, but is currently staying near Walkington at a protest site, caused upset in Beverley town centre last month when he sang "stick your new world order up your a**".
Darren Nesbit, 43, who has been camping with protesters at the Crawberry Hill fracking site, near Walkington, was arrested on Saturday 24 May in the town centre while he was busking.
He was charged with “using threatening or abusive words or behaviour within sight of persons likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress,” and appeared at Beverley Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.
Nesbit pleaded not guilty to the charge.
Maybe the new sticks and stones saying should be; "Sticks and stones may break my new world order bones, but your prisons will never hurt me."
Remember Gnostic Warriors, as President Bush said, "the New World Order is the Rule of Law, and NOT the Rule of the Jungle!" So don't be stupid and go bat shit crazy when you open your mouth or mind, because you might be snowed in by being put on a NSA list for future detainment or you might be arrested by the NWO word police.