TIDBIT: MICHIGAN’S THOUGHT POLICE
March 27, 2019 / /
And just in case, apropos of today's main blog, if you don't think intentionality is important, then why are various goobernments stepping up their "thought police" components? This was shared by Mr. V.T.:
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. . . Can’t help but wonder if there’s going to be a petition initiated to return the novel of George Orwell’s (Eric Arthur Blair), Nineteen Eighty-four (1949), back to fiction. . . It’s astonishing how many parallels one can point to in 2019 from a 1949 novel. . .
Read bout morris dees’ not so thoughtful crimes n his ousting from splc yesterday. Read about a county in ny barring unvaccinated kids from public places today over measles panic.
I have no thoughts…
Ha. With any luck its contagious.
Reads like a fictionalized dystopian future.
People have, for the past hundred years, been arrested for inducing a state of mind by consuming the drug of their choice. Apparently there has not been too much objection to that. Arresting people for what they think is just the next step.
Detroit in a partnership with Riyadh?