As we speak, the FCC just passed a 300 page law regulating the internet. And we can't read it. That's right. A law that will affect all of us unequivocally, and we don't have the right to know what it is until 60 days after it's passed.
The mainstream propaganda states that the purpose of the law is to make sure that ISP's don't restrict any content that we wish to view. Why does it take 300 pages to spell that out?
Somehow we are expected to believe there are only two sides to this debate and the good side has won. Typical.
This illustrates a much larger problem. How many laws exactly does the Unites States have (this Wall Street Journal article might give you a clue http://on.wsj.com/1Gy14iF) What are the chances that all of us are breaking some kind of law at any given point? Coupled and tripled with the Patriot Act, Homeland Security and the militarization of local police forces, it seems that cops could show up at any of our doors, arrest us for breaking any obscure law they deem fit and detain us indefinitely.
Have you read 1984? Do you understand that political theorists have been talking about these things for a long time? Warning us? Telling us to watch out? But we've been put to sleep with bread and circuses and now we are a long way down the wrong road.
Meanwhile, the government is taking one more step to make one more law that dictates our daily lives and we robotically reiterate whatever two viewpoints were on mainstream news to each other. I mean obviously, they couldn't possibly have an agenda that has nothing to do with those two straw men.
C'mon people, not being able to read the law until 60 days after it was passed tells us everything. This is not transparent. It is not for the people. It is for a bunch suits in a backroom behind closed doors.