Published on May 2, 2013
What does it say about a government that persecutes those that tell the truth? We hear so much today about "anti-government," as if that is a bad thing. I think many of us hear the phrase "anti-government" and we envision some fringe element of society lurking in the shadows.
But is "anti-government" really a proper description if those it is used against are only striving for legitimate, lawful, government? When a government acts beyond the bounds of its legal charter it ceases to be legitimate. When it acts outside the law, as we have seen recently in Fast and Furious, it is no different than any other criminal organization with one powerful exception -- it maintains the color or the illusion of legitimacy. When governments allow unlawful conduct and use the power and control of government to cover-up these unlawful acts -- is exposing that corruption anti-government?
Our next guest knows far too well what a government may be capable of. She was a Customs and Border Protection Officer who was falsely declared a "Domestic Terrorist" and subjected to retaliation of unprecedented proportions by the Department of Homeland Security for simply doing her job. Her home was raided with a Blackhawk helicopter and a 27-men Special Response Team, she was twice falsely arrested and imprisoned, but later exonerated and found factually innocent.
National Security Expert Julia Davis is a producer of an historical documentary that dared to expose the truth titled "Top Priority", in spite of the government censorship and a mainstream media blackout; this is the documentary the government does not want you to see!
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