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You're missing the point
The point is not for me to hypothesize endlessly about why they did what they point is that I deserve notice and an account of why *from them,* okay?This is the basis for a democracy, yes?Suppose the sheriff shows up at your doorstep throw you in the clink, and you ask "why?"They say, "Well, figure it ought to know."This is what Stalin used to do:He'd round up people at random and sit them down one by one and ask, "Well, what did you do?"And they'd talk and that would be the justification for their imprisonment, and you are doing the same thing to me.
Obviously this is the result of some decision made in my absence.I have a right to know who decided what and why.I have a right for it to be explained to *me*, not to have to go looking all over creation for excuses for what *might have been* the for what they did to is the matter with you that you don't appreciate the injustice of this?
Does it not occur to you that therapeutic privilege might be just a fig-leaf under which to hide a far more insidious government policy?Did you look at the national response plan?They talk about risk management in know what that means?It means imprisoning and/or otherwise disabling INNOCENT PEOPLE, like ME!