When Government Evil Triumphs, Freedom Falls

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“Government is said to be a necessary evil. The saying appears to be without merit. For can anything be at once necessary and evil? True, all governments have had a history of evil-doing, more or less. However, it does not follow from this experience that their good is indistinguishable from their evil. Governments—assuming a proper limitation of their activities—are necessary and not evil. Their evil begins when they step out of bounds.”—Economist Leonard Read

It is often said that if America ever ceases to be good, she will cease to be great.

Unfortunately, the American government has been the opposite of good for too long now.

In fact, the American government has been very, very, very bad: so bad, in fact, as to be almost indistinguishable at times from the evil it claims to be fighting, whether that evil takes the form of terrorism, torture, drug trafficking, sex trafficking, murder, violence, theft, pornography, scientific experimentations or some other diabolical means of inflicting pain, suffering and servitude on humanity.

Philosopher Susan Neiman suggests that referring to something as “evil is a way of marking the fact that it shatters our trust in the world.”

It’s an apt description for a government that keeps violating the sacred trust of its citizenry.

“We the people” should have learned early on that a government that repeatedly lies, cheats, steals, spies, kills, maims, enslaves, breaks the laws, overreaches its authority, and abuses its power at almost every turn can’t be trusted.

We haven’t learned.

We didn’t learn this lesson under George W. Bush. We didn’t learn it under Barack Obama. Although it has become fashionable among the media elite to blame the Trump Administration for all that is wrong with the country, where Americans go wrong is in becoming so fixated on a particular politician that they fail to understand that the fault rests with the Government: the permanent, entrenched Deep State that continues to call the shots in the halls of power.

Indeed, the evils perpetrated by the U.S. government have been going on for some time now.

Consider just a few of the ways in which the government—in a misguided, ill-conceived, flawed, bureaucratic and downright Orwellian attempt to fight evil with evil—continues to inflict evil on the citizenry.

Peddling child pornography to catch child porn consumers: As part of an effort to crack down on child porn consumers and traffickers, for two weeks in 2015, the FBI secretly hijacked a child porn website, improved the technical functionality of the site, and uploaded tens of thousands of images of child pornography to the site. In doing so, the government not only became the largest distributor of child pornography, but it also became the largest exploiter of children. All told, the FBI was accused of hosting an estimated 22,000 images, videos and links of child pornography that more than 100,000 people accessed.

This is what Douglas Anderson, chair of the University of North Texas’ philosophy and religion department, refers to as a cost-benefit analysis. In this instance, the government weighed the cost of inflicting damage on innocent children who were being victimized and preyed upon against the benefits of catching people who download child porn. “It’s a moral conundrum for anyone who takes the view that we are committed to protecting them in all ways,” Anderson said in an interview with the Dallas Morning News. “They’re weighing it against these kids’ lives. World opinion says we have a basic duty to protect children. You’d have to have something pretty overwhelming to offset damaging more people. It would have to be awfully extreme to allow even one child to be harmed.”

Incredibly, after going to such morally questionable depths to catch child porn consumers, the government chose to drop its case rather than be forced to reveal the surveillance and hacking tools it used to set its trap.

Trafficking weapons to catch drug traffickers. They referred to it as Operation Fast and Furious: a 15-month sting operation carried out by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives aimed at dismantling Mexican drug cartels and disrupting drug trafficking routes within the United States. Only it didn’t quite work out that way. As the National Review reports, “Under ‘Operation Fast & Furious,’ the U.S. government became a de facto arms dealer to Mexican drug cartels and Islamist criminals.”

The concept was straight-forward enough: the U.S. government allowed gun sellers and informants to sell approximately 2,000 weapons to gun traffickers in the hopes that the weapons would be tracked to the drug cartels, which would then be targeted and disrupted. Although it appears that the weapons did make it into the hands of the drug cartels, government agents lost track of an estimated 1,400 weapons, many of which were linked to crimes, including the fatal shooting of a Border Patrol agent in 2010.

Dealing drugs to catch drug dealers. Taking advantage of federal and state asset forfeiture laws that allow police to seize and keep money if they suspect it may be related to criminal activities, law enforcement agencies have been raking in millions of dollars in entrapment schemes in which they sell cocaine to drug users and then bust them for buying it, or lure big-city drug dealers to suburban towns with promises of big sales and then bust them in the act.

As the Sun Sentinel reports:

Police in this suburban town best known for its sprawling outlet mall have hit upon a surefire way to make millions. They sell cocaine. Undercover detectives and their army of informants lure big-money drug buyers into the city from across the United States, and from as far north as Canada and as far south as Peru. They negotiate the sale of kilos of cocaine in popular family restaurants, then bust the buyers and seize their cash and cars. Police confiscate millions from these deals, money that fuels huge overtime payments for the undercover officers who conduct the drug stings and cash rewards for the confidential informants who help detectives entice faraway buyers… Undercover officers tempt these distant buyers with special discounts, even offering cocaine on consignment and the keys to cars with hidden compartments for easy transport. In some deals, they’ve provided rides and directions to these strangers… Many of the drug negotiations and busts have taken place at restaurants around the city’s main attraction, Sawgrass Mills mall, including such everyday dining spots as TGI Fridays, Panera Bread and the Don Pan International Bakery.

Fighting wars abroad by fueling wars abroad. The United States, the world’s largest exporter of arms, has been selling violence to the world for too long now. Controlling more than 50 percent of the global weaponry market, the U.S. has sold or donated weapons to at least 96 countries in the past five years, including the Middle East.

Some of these weapons inevitably end up in our enemies’ hands, as well as those of terrorists. For instance, the Pentagon’s efforts to train Syrian fighters ended with most of the infantrymen voluntarily surrendering their U.S.-provided equipment to extremist groups. These weapons—precision guided weapons or smart bombs, cluster bombs, and depleted uranium shells, among others—are also responsible for the deaths of innocent civilians in Yemen, Syria and elsewhere.

As Mother Jones reports:

Arms deals are a way of life in Washington. From the president on down, significant parts of the government are intent on ensuring that American arms will flood the global market and companies like Lockheed and Boeing will live the good life. From the president on his trips abroad to visit allied world leaders to the secretaries of state and defense to the staffs of US embassies, American officials regularly act as salespeople for the arms firms. And the Pentagon is their enabler. From brokering, facilitating, and literally banking the money from arms deals to transferring weapons to favored allies on the taxpayers’ dime, it is in essence the world’s largest arms dealer.

Creating terrorists in order to snare terrorists. The FBI has a long, sordid history of inventing crimes, breeding criminals and helping to hatch and then foil terrorist plots in order to advance its own sordid agenda: namely, amassing greater powers under the guise of fighting the war on terrorism.

Investigative journalist Trevor Aaronson argues convincingly that “the FBI is much better at creating terrorists than it is at catching terrorists.” According to Aaronson’s calculations, the FBI is responsible for more terrorism plots in the United States than al Qaeda, al Shabaab and the Islamic State combined.

One of the government’s tactics involves radicalizing impressionable young men in order to create and then “catch” terrorists. Under the guise of rooting out terrorists before they strike, the FBI targets mentally ill or impressionable individuals (many of whom are young and have no prior connection to terrorism), indoctrinates them with anti-American propaganda, pays criminals $100,000 per case to act as informants and help these would-be terrorists formulate terror plots against American targets, provides them with weapons and training, and then arrests them for being would-be terrorists. This is entrapment, plain and simple, or what former FBI director Robert Mueller referred to as a policy of “forward leaning – preventative – prosecutions.”

Spreading disease in order to cure disease. For years, the American government conducted secret experiments on an unsuspecting populace—citizens and noncitizens alike—making healthy people sick by spraying them with chemicals, injecting them with infectious diseases and exposing them to airborne toxins. The government reasoned that it was legitimate to experiment on people who did not have full rights in society such as prisoners, mental patients, and poor blacks.

The mindset driving these programs has, appropriately, been likened to the unethical experiments carried out by Nazi doctors. In Alabama, for example, 600 black men with syphilis were allowed to suffer without proper medical treatment in order to study the natural progression of untreated syphilis. In Connecticut, mental patients were injected with hepatitis. In Maryland, sleeping prisoners had a pandemic flu virus sprayed up their noses. In Georgia, two dozen “volunteering” prison inmates had gonorrhea bacteria pumped directly into their urinary tracts through the penis. In Michigan, male patients at an insane asylum were exposed to the flu after first being injected with an experimental flu vaccine. In Minnesota, 11 public service employee “volunteers” were injected with malaria, then starved for five days. In New York, dying patients had cancer cells introduced into their systems. And in Staten Island, children with mental retardation were given hepatitis orally and by injection to see if they could then be cured.

These incidents are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the atrocities the government has inflicted on an unsuspecting populace in the name of secret experimentation. For instance, there was the U.S. military’s secret race-based testing of mustard gas on more than 60,000 enlisted men. And then there was the CIA’s MKULTRA program in which hundreds of unsuspecting American civilians and military personnel were dosed with LSD, some having the hallucinogenic drug slipped into their drinks at the beach, in city bars, at restaurants.

Are you starting to notice a pattern here?

For too long now, the American people have been persuaded to barter their freedoms for phantom promises of security and, in the process, have rationalized turning a blind eye to all manner of government wrongdoing—asset forfeiture schemes, corruption, surveillance, endless wars, SWAT team raids, militarized police, profit-driven private prisons, and so on—because they were the so-called lesser of two evils.

No matter how you rationalize it, the lesser of two evils is still evil.

There’s a scene in The Third Man, Carol Reed’s influential 1949 film starring Joseph Cotten and Orson Welles in which a rogue war profiteer (Harry Lime) views human carnage with a callous indifference, unconcerned that the diluted penicillin he’s been trafficking underground has resulted in the tortured deaths of young children.

Challenged by his old friend Holly Martins to consider the consequences of his actions, Lime responds, “In these days, old man, nobody thinks in terms of human beings. Governments don’t, so why should we?”

“Have you ever seen any of your victims?” asks Martins.

“Victims?” responds Lime, as he looks down from the top of a Ferris wheel onto a populace reduced to mere dots on the ground. “Look down there. Tell me. Would you really feel any pity if one of those dots stopped moving forever? If I offered you twenty thousand pounds for every dot that stopped, would you really, old man, tell me to keep my money, or would you calculate how many dots you could afford to spare?”

Lime’s callous indifference is no different from the U.S. government’s calculating cost-benefit analyses. After all, to the government, “we the people” are little more than faceless numbers, statistics and economic units to be bought, sold, bartered, traded, tracked, tortured, spied upon, caged like animals, treated like slaves, experimented upon, and then discarded and left to suffer from the after-effects.

As John Lennon summed it up, “We’re being run by maniacs for maniacal ends.”

Is the government evil? You tell me.

The same government that laced the fog over San Francisco with bioweapons, sprayed bacteria from Navy ships off the coast of Norfolk and San Francisco, exposing all of the city’s 800,000 residents, and staged “mock” anthrax attacks covering territory as wide-ranging as Ohio to Texas and Michigan to Kansas has also taken every bit of technology sold to us as being in our best interests—GPS devices, surveillance, nonlethal weapons, behavioral methods, etc.—and used it against us, to track, control and trap us.

The same government that propelled us into endless oil-fueled wars and military occupations in the Middle East that wreaked havoc on our economy, stretched thin our military resources and subjected us to horrific blowback has also turned America into a battlefield, transforming law enforcement agencies into extensions of the military, conducting military drills on domestic soil, distributing “free” military equipment and weaponry to local police, and desensitizing Americans to the menace of the police state with active shooter drills, color-coded terror alerts, and randomly conducted security checkpoints at “soft” targets such as shopping malls and sports arenas.

Likewise, the same government that—as part of its so-called “war on terror”—passed laws subjecting us to all manner of invasive searches and surveillance, censoring our speech and stifling our expression, rendering us anti-government extremists for daring to disagree with its dictates, locking us up for criticizing government policies on social media, encouraging Americans to spy and snitch on their fellow citizens, and allowing government agents to grope, strip, search, taser, shoot and kill us has also—in a so-called effort to keep the schools safe— locked down the schools by installing metal detectors and surveillance cameras, adopting zero tolerance policies that punish childish behavior as harshly as criminal actions, and teaching our young people that they have no rights, that being force-fed facts is education rather than indoctrination, that they are not to question governmental authority, that they must meekly accept a life of censorship, round-the-clock surveillance, roadside blood draws, SWAT team raids and other indignities.

How can you ever trust the government again?

As I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, you shouldn’t have trusted the government in the first place. It was Thomas Jefferson who warned, “In questions of power then, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.”

Unfortunately, as Carl Sagan recognized, “If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.”

How do you fight evil? Start by recognizing it. Talk about it. Refuse to play politics with your principles. Don’t settle for the lesser of two evils. Stop being apathetic.

As British statesman Edmund Burke warned, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men [and women] to do nothing.”

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Contributed by John W. Whitehead of The Rutherford Institute.

Since 1996, John W. Whitehead has taken on everything from human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia, protection of religious freedom, and child pornography, to family autonomy issues, cross burning, the sanctity of human life, and the war on terrorism in his weekly opinion column. A self-proclaimed civil libertarian, Whitehead is considered by many to be a legal, political and cultural watchdog—sounding the call for integrity, accountability and an adherence to the democratic principles on which this country was founded.

Time and again, Whitehead hits the bull’s eye with commentaries that are insightful, relevant and provocative. And all too often, he finds himself under fire for his frank and unadulterated viewpoint. But as he frequently remarks, “Anytime people find themselves under fire from both the liberal left and the conservative right, it means that that person is probably right on target.”

Mr. Whitehead’s commentaries have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Washington Post, Washington Times and USA Today.

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  • breakawaymotorsports .

    There is NO need for government. None.Zip. Nada. Zero

    • There is a need for the government to have cushy jobs and access to Congressional pages…

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    • SP_88

      Without a government who would tell me what to think or how to feel? How would I know which words were ok to use around gays or trannys? And who would keep me safe from terrorists and bad guys?
      I would be lost without the government making sure that I’m ok. 😉

    • If there is to be government, it should solely serve the people, and be very limited, to where there is a healthy balance of states’ rights and federal government involvement.

      Anarchocapitalism may work, but only if there is a centripetal force that unified us together.

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        If men are honest, they have no need for government. If men are not honest, they dare not have one.

        If man cannot be trusted to govern himself, how can he be trusted to govern others?

        Yes, I’m paraphrasing, but the message is the same.

        The survival instinct unifies us. Self-interest. I don’t sell you poison; you don’t sell me unsafe equipment.

        • Unfortunately, most men are not honest; self-interest is one thing, but there should be a means of exchange through which individuals can determine the price they are willing to pay for something. We should have gold and silver-backed money, not fiat currency that is subject to inflation and quantitative easing by the (((Fed))).

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            Most men are honest – the dishonest go into politics.

  • Frank

    I agree that the FBI has spent way too much time creating or facilitating would-be terrorists in order to “thwart” terrorism, but they are just creating patsies for their own self-aggrandizement…and to justify their ever-growing budget.
    Again with the book sales plug – “As I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People,” Whitehead maximizes the use of government intrusiveness and incompetence to fan the flames of FEAR and prosper from it. In this regard, Whitehead is WORSE than those that create False Flags to manipulate people, because while he decries the lies, abuse and over-reach, he is doing the same exact thing to enrich himself (i.e.: “Look at what they’re doing! Buy my book and learn all about how it is destroying your life!”)

    • John Whitehead would make a better SCOTUS nominee than the duplicitous traitor being considered at this time.

      • SP_88

        He certainly would.

        • Andrew Napolitano would be my first choice, though, because of his judicial bona fides.

    • SP_88

      I understand why you think that he is simply cashing in on our fear. There are many others doing exactly that.
      But Mr. Whitehead is only trying to educate the people and give them the knowledge they need to do something about it. And of course he needs to make a profit to do so. He certainly wouldn’t be any help to us if he were poor. The poor people are among the biggest victims of this out of control government. They are the ones who lack the ability to get out of the situation they find themselves in.
      I have also considered writing a book. I don’t know how good it would be, but with enough research and enough time I could possibly pull it off. And I would like to make a profit from it. But that wouldn’t be my reason for doing it. I would be doing it to get the message out there so people could fight back and reclaim their country. I don’t see a problem with that.
      The problem I see is that most of the people who buy these books are people who already know how bad our government is, and people who are just reading something that they already agree with. I would be preaching to the choir. I’m sure that Mr. Whitehead is already aware of this.
      The problem is being able to reach the target audience, the people who are mostly or completely unaware of what our government has been up to for a long time. And when you finally do reach these people, you then have to be able to convince them that what you are saying is true.
      Most of these people are going to resist the truth. They don’t want to believe that the government has been involved in such horrible things. And they don’t want to believe that they have been a part of these horrible things by voting for and supporting these crooked politicians. So they will do anything to avoid the information that would prove that the government really is that evil.
      Cognitive dissonance is a powerful force that makes people resistant to the truth, even if you present them with overwhelming evidence that proves beyond all doubt that you are telling the truth. This is the challenge that you must overcome when writing a book or an article or making a video about these things. Simply getting someone to read it or see it is not enough. You must convince them that it is true. Even if you are only able to plant a seed of doubt, it’s better than nothing.
      Either way, it’s better than defeating yourself before you even start.
      I don’t think it’s fair to equate selling a book with killing people with a false flag attack. Mr. Whitehead is only trying to help. Sure, he’s making money from it, but he shouldn’t be expected to do it for free. And it’s not like anyone is forcing people to buy his book. Everyone who bought one of his books did so of their own free will.

    • g.johnon

      mr. whitehead has not forced you to purchase anything. he is selling his book in a manner secondary (incidental) to the message in his article.
      nothing shady, just a straight forward and honest sales technique.
      why are you using this non-issue to distract from the message frank?

      • Frank

        Whitehead is a broken record, always rehashing and re-promoting the same dialogue – to sell his latest book. He’s gone beyond being informative to being a drone of futility and helplessness – with the answer/salvation being offered in his books. If he’s so knowledgeable, where are the solutions the the problems that he is constantly railing about? All he does is repeat and repeat the negativity and futility of the common man to exist, when most of what he says is opinion, based upon a narrow fact, with the negative aspects being exacerbated to promote the impression that our existence is futile in a society that has allowed a central government to usurp and exercise too much influence over individual lives. We don’t live in a Police State, as much as he tries to have us believe it.

        • g.johnon

          frankie boy, fun to read your negativity driven diatribe, but your last sentence exposes you as a batshit moron.

          • Frank

            MY negativity? Whatever, man. I’m actually tired of the negativity/futility being promoted by Fear Profiteers and actually think there’s Good to be experienced and pursued. Our perceptions are being manipulated, not only by the Leftists/Socialists among us, but also by the impostor conservative and Liberty supporting journalists who leave out mitigating facts from their stories that use half-truths to shape perceptions.
            Sure, there is government over-reach, corruption, and abuse of power, but NOWHERE near what citizens in other countries endure. I guess you don’t know what a real Police State is or would be to live in – needing government permission to travel beyond a certain range of your home, encountering random police checkpoints as a matter of routine, being interrogated for deviations to a confined daily travel pattern, warrant-less/baseless searches of your home/car/person, restrictions on how much of something you can buy, etc., etc., which we in the US are nowhere near suffering. I travel on a regular basis and RARELY, IF EVER, encounter such intrusions or inconveniences on my freedom and liberty.
            Have a nice day, fellow moron.

          • g.johnon

            yes your negativity toward enterprise. one who sells his own work for gain is not a profiteer.
            you are correct about the righties and the lefties, but your term: “liberty supporting journalists” is a head shaker even with the “who leave out mitigating facts” qualifier. (unless you care to point out what mitigating facts that mr. whitehead omitted in the above article.
            and your argument against the usa being a police state based on the fact that it is worse in other places is lazy, sloppy shit that has no wings whatsoever, and having been reading your posts for some time, i know you are not that freaking dumb.
            so what axe are you really grinding here? yes crony capitalism does suck, but that does not mean that honest commerce is a bad thing, no matter how rare it has become.

          • Frank

            The axe I’m “grinding” is that Whitehead stirs the pot of paranoia in order sell his books. Yes, it’s commerce, even fair in today’s ethically-challenged world, but I don’t see it as honest commerce, especially in the field of Journalism or writing where the intent is to manipulate the perceptions and beliefs of readers. I see it as profiteering when the WHOLE truth about what one speaks, as a self-proclaimed authority, is not presented – and only the parts that serve an agenda are included.
            I read one of Whitehead’s books, just one, and found it so full of deceptive representations where additional facts on the subject(s) were omitted, which allow manipulation of the context and the impression on the reader. So much so that it couldn’t be anything other than intentional, and intentionally misleading. I lost any gratis respect for him at that point. I read everything he writes (free, online) with a large helping of skepticism and encourage others to do likewise, especially where our Constitutional Rights are being portrayed as being stolen – to enrich the writer/speaker.

  • “The spirit of the times may alter, will alter. Our rulers will become corrupt, our people careless. A single zealot may become persecutor, and better men be his victims. It can never be too often repeated that the time for fixing every essential right, on a legal basis, is while our rulers are honest, ourselves united. From the conclusion of this war we shall be going down hill. It will not then be necessary to resort every moment to the people for support. They will be forgotten, therefore, and their rights disregarded. They will forget themselves in the sole faculty of making money, and will never think of uniting to effect a due respect for their rights. The shackles, therefore, which shall not be knocked off at the conclusion of this war, will be heavier and heavier, till our rights shall revive or expire in a convulsion.”
    Thomas Jefferson

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  • landy fincannon

    If you’ve never read the Paris Treaty of 1783. I suggest you do so. What youll read proves that we’re still a British colony.

    “The navigation of the river Mississippi, from its source to the ocean. Shall forever remain free and open. To the subjects of Great Britain and the citizens of the United States ”


    • Oh please.

      • landy fincannon

        Fine, you’ve read it ? And came to a different conclusion. Or have you ever read it? The king refers to himself as the ” Prince ” of the untied states. Tell me why “he” is granting us rights and privileges. Next you can read the Ghant and Jay Treaties. If you’re interested.

    • Arrow

      Well said. I would hope that upon viewing the except, one would see the analogous relation in the terms “subjects” and “citizens.” A simple way would be to rephrase it to read, “To the citizens of Great Britain and the subjects of the United States.” Slaves all.

      • landy fincannon

        You’re absolutely right ! Citizen and subject are interchangeable. Why anyone thinks “revisionists” history is a modern day affliction is beyond be.

        The founders wealth was a result of the kings favor bestowed upon them

  • John C Carleton

    There is no “American Government” . America is occupied, and has been for at least one hundred and fifty one years, by an illegal crime cabal. The headquarters of this illegal occupying force is Washington DC. IT is the USA Federal World Wide Empire. Has nothing to do with America whatsoever, except as a raping, murdering, stealing crime cabal closed as an Empire.

    ‘Same Neck, Different Boot’

    • You get it. 🙂

    • g.johnon

      u.s. federal government, inc.

      • John C Carleton

        Under British Empire Law.

        • g.johnon


  • Kick them out and drain the swamp.

    Only when we liberate the country from the shackles of the Zionists will we be free once more.