Mike Adams | Natural News
Tyranny is upon us. But tyranny isn’t put in place by some all-powerful evil force that suddenly assaults our freedoms; it’s ratcheted up one day at a time by the People themselves — the government workers who are willing to do anything as long as they’re told “it’s the rules.”
You’ll encounter these brain-dead government workers everywhere: At the airport security line, your local city council meetings, and even at the local DMV. These are the people who blindly follow rules and regulations that often make no sense whatsoever, such as the TSA now shoving testing sticks into your drinks at the airport, presumable to test your beverage for explosives. (http://www.infowars.com/video-shows-tsas-bizarre-new-security-policy/)
Fortunately, there are some code phrases these people use which indicates their status as a brain-dead government worker — a zombie drone — who will do anything for a paycheck and the promise of power. I call these “obedience phrases.”
For your amusement and safety, I hereby present these obedience phrases so you can instantly spot these wussified, zombified government enforcers in a future encounter:
“I’m just doing my job”
This phrase is usually uttered by some pot-bellied government tyrant who knows he or she is doing something highly immoral and possibly illegal.
Example: “I’m just doing my job” says the TSA security goon as he’s reaching down the pants of your six-year-old under the ridiculous presumption that terrorists might be hiding in there.
If instructed by DHS to molest senior citizens at security checkpoints, TSA employees will gleefully obey, saying “I’m just doing my job” as they strip search your grandma and destroy her colostomy bag.
“It’s required by regulations”
This obedient, brain-dead phrase is often uttered by private-sector workers who are quoting government regulations. More often than not, they’re quoting the Patriot Act.
Example: You’re at a bank trying to open a new account, and you say to the bankster, “So why do you need the physical address where I live, plus my social security number, plus all my financial records and numerous ID cards?”
The bankster replies, “It’s required by regulations.”
Oh, gee, then I guess that makes being info-jacked perfectly fine then!
The phrase, “It’s required by regulations” is NOT a reason… it’s a linguistic evasion of a reason!
“I have to, or I’ll lose my job”
This is a favorite phrase of police officers who beat the crap out of some innocent woman and then fudge together a false report in order to place the blame on the victim. This just happened recently, by the way. Here’s the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHh2DMGWTRs
And this second video shows police body-slamming an elderly woman in the Wal-Mart parking lot: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpT1BQMQ4tU
By the way, when East German soldiers shot people trying to escape East Germany by scaling the Berlin Wall, they said exactly the same thing: “I have to, or I’ll lose my job!”
Because their job, you see, is far more important than your life.