The Growing Concern of Excessive Government Control

As we navigate the complex socio-political landscape, there’s a growing sense of unease among conservatives.

It seems as though the globalist agenda is gaining momentum, with an increasing number of us feeling the pressure to conform or face potential repercussions. Government and its corporate allies are working towards criminalizing any speech that contradicts their narrative.

This strategy appears to be aimed at creating divisions within the conservative community, encouraging individuals to betray each other in order to avoid persecution. This tactic is reminiscent of the oppressive measures employed by fascist regimes.

Also, it’s alarming to think that such a scenario could unfold in our society. This could escalate following the 2024 election, with the government using its surveillance capabilities to identify and target outspoken conservatives.

Recent events have only served to heighten these concerns. In August alone, four Americans were brutally targeted by the FBI in pre-dawn raids.

These individuals, who posed no immediate threat to their communities, were executed without due process. Such actions send a chilling message, raising fears that political dissidents could soon start disappearing without a trace.

Moreover, the government’s crackdown on pro-life protesters further underscored this disturbing trend.

Activists who have been peacefully advocating for the rights of the unborn are now facing severe legal consequences under the controversial Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act.

This development marks a significant shift in the government’s stance on abortion protests, which have been a part of American life since the early 1970s.

Adding to these concerns is the militarization of federal agencies. The IRS, for instance, has been amassing an arsenal of military-grade weapons and ammunition for the past decade.

The justification provided for this buildup – administrative reasons – raises more questions than it answers. Why would a tax collection agency need armored vehicles and submachine guns?

Other federal agencies, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Small Business Administration, have also been stockpiling weapons and ammunition.

This trend suggests a worrying possibility: Is the government preparing for a confrontation with those who challenge its narrative?

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.

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