FEMA coffins and trains.
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State type conspiracies believe that the government is stock-piling
plastic burial vaults in order to place large amounts of bodies in
what is suppose to be the mass killing of millions of citizens via
biological weapons, or some other more violent means.
I would like to challenge anyone willing to debate me on this subject. I do not beleive the government will kill us.
There have been countless examples in the 20th century of governments murdering massive amounts of their own people. One has to look only at Nazi Germany, at Russia under the Soviet Union, at the Khmer Rouge's barbaric drive to the country side, at the civil war in the Congo in the 90's or at Maoist china to see examples where the governments of one's own country murdered millions of their own people. It is clear then that historically governments have murdered millions of their own people. So why then could this not happen in America?
Just recently, Barack Obama has declared the authority to execute American citizens without a trial. This sort of dictatorial power states outright that the government of the United States of America can, and will, and is currently murdering it's own citizens via unmanned predator drones. If Barack Obama is willing to do this publicy, what then is he doing secretly?
The government is evil. It uses violence and the threat of violence to get it's way - just like a serial killer. In the two decade, the American government has murdered over a million Iraqis. If they will murder a million innocent Iraqis, who is to say they won't murder a million innocent Americans?
The state is evil. It uses violence, it initiates aggression constantly against innocent people. It is reasonable to conclude there is a good chance that the American government will murder millions of it's own citizens.
Of course it is POSSIBLE that all of a sudden governments will stop killing their own citizens but it's not very likely. These organizations are evil. They use violence and coercion to get what they want. Not sometimes. All the time. That's how they operate. Through the initiation of violence. This is psychopathic behaviour and it is only reasonable to conclude that if they will use violence to rob you or extort you, then they will not balk at killing you if it fits their agenda. Just as governments around the world today presently killing innocent people all of the time.
The government already asserts the right to kill you if you do not give them your money. If you do not pay taxes, eventually men with guns (police) will come to arrest you. If you defend yourself against this aggression - if you utilize the right to self defense, as every individual is entitled to when they are attacked without cause - these men will kill you. Thus the state ASSERTS the right to murder you in order to steal your money. If they assert this right for a cause as specious as taking your money what is to stop them from murdering you for any other not worthwhile cause?
Historically the American government HAS murdered millions of people without cause, even within their own borders. Have you ever heard of the American Indian? They did nothing but live on land and they were eradicated. Genocided. The American government has also interned over a hundred thousand America citizens in concentration camps. These were the Japanese during WWII. My opponent wants you to think it is absurd that there would ever be concentration camps on American soil - yet they existed just one generation ago!
What about COINTELPRO? Here American citizens were murdered for their political beliefs. Today American citizens are incarcerated for practicing free speech - Bradley Manning for example.
The American government has murdered millions of people. It could easily be you next.
Autistickyuubi forfeited this round.
too bad, so sad, you didn't bother to show up, i win.
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