People in the U.S. suffering from endless suppression with absurd government decisions
The U.S. government seems to be relentless in its efforts to make the life of its citizens tougher. The government is all set to pass a new law known as Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act that would allow the government to detain any person who speaks against the government, its policies or against any of its agencies. Natural News reports that this new law is perfectly designed to curb the freedom of speech of U.S. citizens who would be tagged as ‘terrorists’ if they take an anti-government stance.
Even collecting rain water is now being seen as a crime by the U.S. government. Take, for example, the situation faced by Mark Miller, owner of Mark Miller Toyota in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mark constructed a large reservoir at his dealership to collect rainwater for washing cars only to find out that it was an “unlawful diversion of rainwater.” People have been using rainwater for thousands of years for their own use and now it is suddenly seen that collection of rainwater is unlawful. Though the city officials of Salt Lake City have worked out a solution and are now permitting Mark to use the rainwater, the issue of outlawing rainwater storage has ignited much controversy.
The government does not seem to be concerned about the health of the general public either. Back in the late 1970s, an individual named Bob Wallace found an effective way of treating water with the help of iodine. He later established a company and started to manufacture a product called Polar Pure Water Disinfectant based on iodine. But Drug Enforcement Administration has put the company out of business by stopping the production and distribution of the product. As iodine is widely used in the production of methamphetamine, DEA has reclassified iodine as a “controlled substance” which has effectively put the company out of business even though its products were meant to make water safer to drink, reports Natural News.