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Intelligence Community Abuses: Q1
By Rick Soto, Editor

(BUELLTON, CA
-082020) I interviewed four (4) creative artists to find out their perspective on eight (8) questions regarding intelligence community abuses. The following provides answers to one (1) question within a series on this very topic:
 

Transcript

Rick
Do you believe the intelligence community should harass human rights activists?

Jessica Ross
No.

Rick
Do you believe the intelligence community should harass human rights activists?

Sonnal Vimal
Intelligence community should not harass human rights activists because its main role and, you know, the work it is supposed to do is by supporting the system is to support the system, by investigations, by monitoring and by controlling the foreign threats and internal threats. So absolutely, I'm against it.

Rick
Do you believe the intelligence community should harass human rights activists?

Laura Lake
No, I I don't think anyone should be harassed, but the authorities should have the right to stop someone if they have legitimate concern in my beliefs.

Rick
Do you believe the intelligence community should harass human rights activists?

Jorge Villacorta
I thank you so much for asking something like that well I am. First, I want to tell you what I believe. I believe that the intelligence community should invite people to have dinner with them. Listen to these people or these militants or human rights militants and listen to them. And after that, change the world. To create a beautiful society, that's what I think it should be, but what happens to reality is that what I think it should be is not going to change anything, militants are necessary as the intelligence community, because what is going on here is the dynamic between several forces. First, we live in a capitalist society there is private property, there are factories there are land owned privately. So the people exchange's workforce, if they don't have factories or land or tools to produce so that the community is a consequence of all these private capital is society in society because you want to protect what you have, you you need enforcers and these enforcers need to do how people are behaving therefore, even though I think that it is terrible that the people who work for other people protecting the rights are attacked by these agencies, it is going to happen if the government doing it, but I agree with that It shouldn't happen. But we live in a capitalist society. What we should do is transform our society if we want to avoid that. So if I only say no, I think that shouldn't happen it won't change anything and we should need more militants in order to change the situation.




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