Unwanted Children

There are already many countries who are very close to the World I describe in my Govicide novels:

Baby Boxes in China

That I bring up China shouldn’t be a surprise. There is a long list of others: North Korea, Muslim Countries, Russia. And this attitude toward unwanted children is similar to all.

In fact, when collectivism begins its attack on a country, the children are the first to suffer. So, you get “baby boxes”–a place where people can deposit their children if they don’t want to take care of them anymore. How this is any different than what people do with their trash, I’m not sure.

I’ve read stories about North Korea where children and their parents fight each other for food, with the parents often killing their offspring in the process. In the civilized world we claim that nothing can come between a mother and her children. Unfortunately, that’s not true. Allow a system to take hold where the government provides everything and you’ll see parents and children be at odds in no time.

This is exactly what happens in my Govicide novels. Children are seen as a burden, something that must be endured not loved. But I have to admit not even I came up with the idea of “baby boxes.”

Really, we already have this kind of situation in the USA. And I’m not even speaking of abortion which is the ultimate in child-hating. I’m talking of our entitlement system where younger people are forced by Government to care for old people. And our seasoned citizens go right along with it, effectively stealing from 20-something’s so they can go on their casino trips.

It has to stop. Baby boxes, abortion, entitlements, all of it.

Government Black Friday

These kinds of stories on the day after Thanksgiving aren’t new:

Violence on Black Friday

We don’t like seeing stories like this. It’s crazy to go overboard about a discounted flatscreen tv, right? I’ll go even farther to say I’m sure many in Government don’t like seeing this stuff either.

But, here’s the truth: Government wish people were as crazy for what it provides.

I’m positive there are many at the Federal Government level who wish people were so desirous of entitlements that they were willing to fight over them. Can you see it? Fights in lines at the Social Security offices. Fights in line at Immigration Centers. Fights in lines for Obamacare coverage.

What we know about Government these days, how can we think any differently?

In my Govicide novels, this exact thing happens. People fighting over what the One World Government provides. People wishing others would die so the living ones can get more. People getting to the point where they don’t have children because they see them as stealing from adults.

As bad as this kind of Black Friday behavior is, I hope it remains in the private sector. If it starts happening in the entitlement sector, we’re finished.

Government Black Friday

These kinds of stories on the day after Thanksgiving aren’t new:

Violence on Black Friday

We don’t like seeing stories like this. It’s crazy to go overboard about a discounted flatscreen tv, right? I’ll go even farther to say I’m sure many in Government don’t like seeing this stuff either.

But, here’s the truth: Government wish people were as crazy for what it provides.

I’m positive there are many at the Federal Government level who wish people were so desirous of entitlements that they were willing to fight over them. Can you see it? Fights in lines at the Social Security offices. Fights in line at Immigration Centers. Fights in lines for Obamacare coverage.

What we know about Government these days, how can we think any differently?

In my Govicide novels, this exact thing happens. People fighting over what the One World Government provides. People wishing others would die so the living ones can get more. People getting to the point where they don’t have children because they see them as stealing from adults.

As bad as this kind of Black Friday behavior is, I hope it remains in the private sector. If it starts happening in the entitlement sector, we’re finished.

Holidays

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

I’ll keep this post short.

In my Govicide novels, the One World Government and its Masses only have government holidays. Or more appropriately: Remembrances–The first day of the OWG, the day the Govicide Department came into being, the first day anything private ceased to exist, etc.

I know, it sounds radical. But, it’s not so different from the current trend.

Christmas? The word has almost been deleted from the English language from mid-November until the end of December.

Thanksgiving? It’s racist because we all know the Pilgrims hated and killed the Indians.

Easter? Jesus is a figment of some writer’s imagination.

But, here in the USA, we have no problem with Labor Day, Memorial Day, MLK Day–“holidays” that have everything to do with government, and nothing with our heritage, as well meaning as they and others are. They’ve been thrust to the forefront while the others are starting to be erased.

Sound familiar to what happens in my books?

Happy Thanksgiving, again.

Holidays

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

I’ll keep this post short.

In my Govicide novels, the One World Government and its Masses only have government holidays. Or more appropriately: Remembrances–The first day of the OWG, the day the Govicide Department came into being, the first day anything private ceased to exist, etc.

I know, it sounds radical. But, it’s not so different from the current trend.

Christmas? The word has almost been deleted from the English language from mid-November until the end of December.

Thanksgiving? It’s racist because we all know the Pilgrims hated and killed the Indians.

Easter? Jesus is a figment of some writer’s imagination.

But, here in the USA, we have no problem with Labor Day, Memorial Day, MLK Day–“holidays” that have everything to do with government, and nothing with our heritage, as well meaning as they and others are. They’ve been thrust to the forefront while the others are starting to be erased.

Sound familiar to what happens in my books?

Happy Thanksgiving, again.

Police Militarization

I’ve done podcasts at www.thedentzeldomain.com about this topic and I included the theme in my Govicide books as well.

Cops With Military Hardware

In my novels, the Govicide Department (you may have wondered where the name for this blog comes from) is the natural progression of law enforcement becoming more and more militant. It’s a combination of the IRS, FBI, ATF, and the Defense Department whose only mission is to protect the One World Government’s interests around the globe.

This kind of attitude is what I see in police departments today. The most famous, and bothersome, of these episodes are the ones where cops have attacked citizens for filming the cops doing their job. The most famous of these was one that happened in Las Vegas, my former home.

I fear that the military hardware police departments are acquiring are being coupled with an attitude that “We as the police can do no wrong.” This is where the problems start. Granted, I realize we are supposed to be respectful and deferential to the police personnel who put their lives on the line every day.

But, when I see them getting this kind of stuff I start to realize that they may see us–the common citizen–as the enemy, just like the Govicide Department does in my novels. Furthermore, it appears to me that the police may be putting the protection of their own lives in front of the rights of others. This is the very reason we don’t allow our military to do police work in the USA–because their job isn’t about protecting rights, it’s about killing the enemy.

I see all this stuff the police are getting from the military and I start to think the police want to get into the “forget about rights, let’s just kill people” business as well.

Tracking

This is how it starts, isn’t it?

Georgia Town To Track Tourists

This program has a very defined, small goal. But we know how it could be used. Of course, tracking of vehicles, trains, planes, and people is a main topic in all three of my Govicide books. And in the books it starts out innocently, just like this Georgia program.

We know what the problem is: How is it legal to film people going everywhere, or using tracking devices on their cars, but it’s still illegal for government employees–Agents, policeman, sheriffs, etc.–to follow law-abiding citizens? The  former is considered to be a non-intrusive, efficient way for governments to enforce the law. Whereas, the latter is outright stalking.

The problem is both cases should be considered stalking, shouldn’t they? Sure, there’s no car with tinted windows following you at every turn. But still, following people using cameras is–let’s just call it what it is: stalking, by any definition of the word.

We are all fools if we think of it any differently. We shouldn’t fall for the arguments governments make regarding these networks of cameras. If following someone in a car is stalking, then following someone with a camera should be stalking as well, whether it’s done by a private individual or a government.

The people of Tybee, GA better nip this in the bud before they start down the short road to the One World Government in my Govicide novels.

Government Promises

This is, in a microcosm, why relying on Government is a bad idea:

Broken Government Promises

Where is one to go when Government breaks a promise? I guess it’s no big deal when, say, you find out you’re going to have to pay $100 more in taxes than you thought you were. Or, some politician makes a “campaign promise” that you highly suspect he is never going to be able to keep.

But, what happens when that promise involves thousands of dollars? And, on top of that, it involves your health?

Let’s go further with this. What if the Government has fulfilled its promises of housing, food, transportation, healthcare, and employment for a long time–decades–and then suddenly it ceases to provide any of it. What then? Who will you complain to? Where is there to turn?

Many people–long gone by the time my Govicide novels start–found out what happened when the OWG awoke one day and decided to stop providing its citizens with anything. The people died. Sure, many of them were executed by the OWG. The rest died because they’d been cared for by the OWG for so long that they forgot how to provide for themselves.

This is what is happening now in the USA. Too many people banking on Government promises. And the Government will keep them until it decides it’s inconvenient or too much bother to do so. Hey, promises were made to be broken, right?

You read it first here at the Govicide blog.

The Middle East

It’s been the most turbulent part of the World for a while now . . .

Israel hates Iran Deal

. . . so I had to include it in my Govicide series.

In the books the area serves as both a cautionary tale and a mystery. On one hand, the Masses know the One World Government, as one of its first acts, bombed the Middle East to prove its desire to destroy anyone who doesn’t fall in line with the new power on the Earth. This reminds the Masses that they are not to rebel.

In addition, the OWG forbids anyone from venturing into the Middle East now that it’s destroyed to high levels of radiation left over from the weapons used. Jets are to fly around the area and not through it. Trains skirt the area by taking the long way around and even they sometimes encounter the after effects of the weapons–high Geiger readings, sand storms, electricity blackouts, etc. So, the Masses wonder what it’s like inside this area that covers thousands of square miles but their curiosity is tempered by knowing they’d die if they wandered in.

And, not to give too much away, but this area of the Earth plays a large part in the plot before the trilogy is completed . . .

Big Government Side Effects

I absolutely believe this is happening:

People Getting Nastier

We must understand big government affects us more than just having higher taxes, more regulation, and less freedom. Those are the direct results of laws passed.

However, it’s trying to follow those laws and feeling them encroaching on our lives that can tear us apart as well. I absolutely believe that the reason we have a harsher culture today is due to big government. It does something to us mentally.

Yes, it’s true that murders, rapes, and violent crime are down since the 1970’s. But, drug use, suicide rates, mental illness, addictions, etc. are up. It’s hard to make sense of those facts, isn’t it? You’d think they would be linked parallel-ly, not inversely.

But, these facts in the USA aren’t new. In fact, you can find this pattern in every country where government has become more dictatorial and less liberty-loving. Take the USSR, for example. Hardly any murder, theft, rape, etc. But, suicide rates and mental illness through the roof.

I capture this phenomena in my Govicide books. The One World Government has created a world where murder and violent crime is rare but every citizen is trying to find a way to die, it seems.

When are we going to understand that big government does something to us that is hard to explain? It’s not just about taxes and regulation. It’s about our mental health.