Russia has come up with a novel idea on how to deal with NGO’s that meddle in their internal affairs: outlaw them. Here is an excerpt from CNN:
The law was passed earlier in the week by both houses of the Russian parliament. It says that a foreign non-governmental organization can be recognized as undesirable if it poses a threat to the constitutional order of the Russian Federation or to the country's defense and security.
Maybe, we should do the same thing, but instead, we would target NGO’s like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac; it was these two organizations that brought about the 2008 financial collapse along with their enablers in Washington D.C.
How about States’ outlaw agencies that undermine their constitutional prerogatives? Our prisons would be filled with federal agents who arbitrarily abuse citizens and bully state governments into submission.
Russia might be onto something.