Sunday, December 15, 2013

American facts approved by the US government

I was laughing at the "facts" about North Korea that the North Korean "government" morons promote- and then, in the midst of the laughter I started thinking about the "facts" the US "government" morons promote.  You know, stuff like:

"The USA is the freest country in the world."

"Soldiers give you your freedom."

"The Civil War was fought over slavery."

"Cops are heroes."

"Taxes are necessary and refusing to pay makes you a criminal."

"Without government schools you would be illiterate and ignorant."

"Government created the internet."

"The US troops in all those other countries are there to help the people there be safe and free."

"Voting matters and is important."

"Rights come from the Constitution and are all subject to reasonable restrictions, and can be cancelled in emergencies."

"Respect the office, if not the man."

"Without government, no one could stop you from murdering or being murdered."

"Prohibition is good and necessary."

...and balderdash of that sort.  I guess every criminal gang has its own ideas it tries to brainwash into others.



  1. “No matter how big the lie; repeat it often enough and the masses will regard it as the truth.”
    ― John F. Kennedy

  2. I think that JFK quote is false, but it's still true. How's that for a twist?

  3. I'd like to add one, seen in a YouTube quote this morning:

    Guns are only useful for killing people.

  4. The "JFK quote" is true, whether or not he's the one who first said it.
    It's like that "Yamamoto quote" everyone says he never said: "You cannot invade mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind each blade of grass." Whether or not he said it, someone did (even if it was me just now), and it is true.