Letter: Young students these days are taking a stand for totalitarianism

September 7, 2013 

In the 1960s young American students protested at our collages fighting for freedom, equality and justice for all. Today our students fight for a totalitarian fascist regime to spread control and obedience to destroy freedom and openly fight for discrimination.

(A totalitarian regime attempts to control virtually all aspects of the social life including economy, education, art, science, private life and morals of citizens. The officially proclaimed ideology penetrates into the deepest reaches of societal structure and the totalitarian government seeks to completely control the thoughts and actions of its citizens.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Totalitarianism

One day Americans will wake up and realize that the anti-smoking campaign is just the catalyst to open the Pandora’s Box to get Americans to except fascism in order to spread control and obedience laws to stop free will, free choice and to make citizens do what they’re told.

— Sherryl Rose

Wasilla

 

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