The New “Scariest Chart” For American Citizens

The New “Scariest Chart” For American Citizens (ZeroHedge, June 26, 2015):

For the average American citizen, this may well become the “scariest” chart…


h/t @Not_Jim_Cramer @Lizzie363

Remember, the only truly compliant submissive citizen in today’s police state… is a dead one

Do exactly what I say, and we’ll get along fine.

Do not question me or talk back in any way. You do not have the right
to object to anything I may say or ask you to do, or ask for
clarification if my demands are unclear or contradictory. You must obey
me under all circumstances without hesitation, no matter how arbitrary,
unreasonable, discriminatory, or blatantly racist my commands may be.
Anything other than immediate perfect servile compliance will be labeled
as resisting arrest, and expose you to the possibility of a violent
reaction from me. That reaction could cause you severe injury or even
death. And I will suffer no consequences. It’s your choice: Comply, or die.”— “‘Comply or Die’ policing must stop,” Daily KOS

Americans as young as 4 years old are being leg shackled, handcuffed, tasered and held at gun point for not being quiet, not being orderly and just being childlike—i.e., not being compliant enough.

Americans as old as 95 are being beaten, shot and killed for questioning an order, hesitating in the face of a directive, and mistaking a policeman crashing through their door for a criminal breaking into their home—i.e., not being submissive enough.

And Americans of every age and skin color are being taught
the painful lesson that the only truly compliant, submissive and
obedient citizen in a police state is a dead one.

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This is the death rattle of the American dream, which was
built on the idea that no one is above the law, that our rights are
inalienable and cannot be taken away, and that our government and its
appointed agents exist to serve us.

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