If you’re a citizen of the United States of America, and you want to walk into an office of the United States (of America) Postal Service, and wire money to another office of the USPS, so a fellow US citizen can show his ID and pick up the cash, all within 15 minutes, well, you’re shit out of luck. The USPS offers no such service. You’ll have to settle for sending cash through the mail.
But if you’re a criminal infiltrator (AKA, criminal alien*) who crossed the border into the United States of America illegally, and you want to walk into an office of the United States (of America) Postal Service, and wire money you earned illegally to a post office in Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, or The Dominican Republic, so someone can show his bogus ID (e.g., Matricula Consular card) and pick up the cash, all within 15 minutes, well, you’re in luck. The USPS has a tailor-made service that is just right for you: SureMoney® (DineroSeguro®)
This is anarcho-tyranny; the criminal infiltrator is provided a service that the law-abiding, tax-paying citizen is not; the law-abiding, tax-paying citizen has less freedom under this regime than a criminal infiltrator.
*:I stopped referring to illegal infiltrators and illegal aliens as illegal infiltrators and illegal aliens after I heard a libtard screech “people are not illegal!” The man had a point. Lawbreakers are not illegal; they’re criminals. Thanks libtards!
For more anarcho-tyranny, check out in-state tuition for criminal aliens
Prediction: a number of libtards have defended this by saying US citizens have the same right to send money to “Latin America” as anyone else, so there’s no “anarcho-tyranny” here, only a single standard. Prediction number two: at least one of those libtards has criticized the “ban on gay marriage” on an equal rights basis, despite the fact that homosexuals have always had the same right to marry as anyone. Prediction number three: I’ll keep this one to myself for now.