Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Enough is Enough!

Are you sick and tired of hearing about people being screwed over?

It doesn't matter if you're the one screwed over, or if it's someone you know that was screwed over, or even if it's something you came across in the news, it seems like screwjobs are on the rise in America, and it's high time that something is done about it.

The purpose of "No More Screwjobs" is to identify the screwjobs, and, where possible, name names. There are some generic examples in the sidebar if you have any questions as to what a screwjob is.

The ultimate goal? JUSTICE! The people behind screwjobs need to pay for their crimes. Unfortunately when the players game the system, they do so KNOWING that they will be able to get away with it. That's the whole nature of the screwjob. Therefore the system has to be COERCED into doing what's right. They have to be humbled and humiliated into doing what needs to be done.

The alternative? History has shown what happens when the system is gamed too much and too many times. Gross incompetence, anarchy, vigilantyism, the complete breakdown of society itself. Do the words "Roman Empire" ring any bells? Powerful system of government that still has an effect on the western world today, and it fragmented itself into oblivion. Why? Too much and too many abuses of power. Too many people gaming the system. Too many screwjobs.

And this is where YOU come in. I can only do so much to indentify screwjobs. I need your help to find more of them.

There will be a link for you to contact me regarding screwjob candidates. All screwjobs will be identified, not only here, but also on the weekly online radio show "Brutally Honest on ShockNet", which airs every Saturday night at 7pm Eastern time on ShockNet Radio.

Remember, sunlight is the best disinfectant when it comes to corruption, and part of the reason why screwjobs happen is because they're kept in the dark.

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