By Will Myers
Our U.S. Constitution explicitly states that each citizen or human being has inalienable rights to seek a fulfilling, happy life without any person, group, or organization interfering with given rights. Our case laws have further placed emphasis on the “right to be let alone” by extending considerations into daily human affairs. The rights are fundamental entitlements by merely being a human being. This has been recently labeled as a “liberal democracy.”
When there was a surge of communism in America after world war II, we had a well-defined reaction and began cutting the heads off of the snake commies. We kept our democracy. With the aid of intense public relations villainizing the clean sweep of communists in America and the computer which stores an enormous amount of information about a private citizen has enabled the commies to creep back. Now, we have hyper-communism growing with leaps and bounds. The surveillance of each citizen is now possible with never before capabilities. The social machinery exists at present needed to claim the mind of each citizen. It only needs to be implemented to its fruition.
Special interest groups (SIG) who monitor private citizens and orchestrate adversity into their lives are moving us from our goal of a liberal democracy unto hyper-communism whereas the individual loses the fundamental right to “be let alone.” An expert on governments once stated that regardless of the supreme knowledge that the person, group, or organization possesses, and desires to educate another person, the right “to be let alone” is far superior to being indoctrinated by such person, group, or organization.
From personal experiences on the job training quickly became a monster working to mold my life. This is hardcore communism. The encountering of strangers abroad, showing familiarity, caused conflicts in my life; the monster was feeding on my life; the monster of hyper-communism. Our laws of the nation have been in the spirit of liberal democracy whereas the U.S. laws, more than any other nation, respect the freedom of conscience in the spirit of the right “to be let alone.” We are losing this freedom rapidly. This is shown by the increase of mass killings which is caused by the breach of our right “to be let alone.” Our consciences are being invaded by SIG.