American Police State

Lovely police state we have in America (video link). Told you guys to stay home. Don’t give these thugs the pleasure of using their expensive toys on you. If you showed up, you should have been there in full battle dress ready to fight these bastards.

I have absolutely NO love for these fascist pigs. America doesn’t even remotely represent a democracy or a free country, just try to protest and you’ll quickly find out what this country really is.

It is just SO STUPID to arrive at one of these staged terrorist events by the State unarmed and expecting to accomplish anything except get your head beaten in:

Stay home. You’ll be better off. If you must go, stop playing by their rigged rules and “free speech zones” and waiting around to get your heads bashed in.

More on the protests here:

Here’s another video of veterans protesting the war at the DNC convention:

How blatantly obvious can it be? The State protects its own, at any and all costs. Once you have performed your service to the State and are either used up, dead, broken or wounded, you are cast aside like so much garbage.

Get REAL people. Protests and marches and waving flags and making signs and screaming and hollering and some of you making real fools out of yourselves are not doing anybody any good at all. America has NEVER had a democracy, stop acting like you think it does. Any history teacher can tell you that it was a Republic, representing monied interests and slave-owners. Guess who the slaves are today?

It’s going to get REAL ugly at the RNC. 50,000+ are expected to show up. Even though I disagree with the effectiveness of protests, with what the lying scumbag Republicans have done to this country, there should be 200,000,000 protesters expected to show up.

St. Paul police have prepared an open-air prison, similar to those employed by the New York City police in 2004, and the Denver police during the 2008 DNC.

Don’t even be expected to hear the truth of what happens, the fascist pigs are making sure you don’t. This last link is definitely worth watching — if you want to know how they are suppressing the news and investigating these groups, this video covers some of the latests tactics they are using.

STAY HOME. This is not the way to win this country back (too late for that). Putting your faith in politicians of any stripe is a complete waste of your life and efforts. The American “demonocracy” is in full-swing, and you’re not considered an essential part of it. EXIT THE SYSTEM and turn your back on all of them. The idea of America is OVER already.


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11 thoughts on “American Police State

  • August 30, 2008 at 12:57 pm


    Yet, all I can do is cry

  • August 30, 2008 at 12:59 pm
    that was supposed to have read

    “insert evil laughter here” .

  • August 30, 2008 at 3:43 pm
    Time to know (appreciate) the distinction:

    German [English]

    Sieg Heil [Victory Hail]

    Heil Bushcorp [Hail Bushcorp]

    often (not to be) confused with:

    Zeit Hell [Time Sucks]

    thus endeth the brain fart – go back to sleep

  • August 30, 2008 at 6:30 pm

    Holy crap!

    “People who had been inside the building told similar stories of police entering with guns drawn. They said police rushed past the security desk on the first floor, and used a battering ram to crash through the second floor back door.

    “They said if you don’t show us ID and get your picture taken, we will arrest you and take you away,” said Michelle Gross, president of Communities United Against Police Brutality, who had arrived five or ten minutes before the raid began, planning to attend a meeting. “They never said what the basis for arrests would be. We were waiting for a meeting, for God’s sake! I cannot tell you how much like a police state that felt to me.”

    After each person was released after being photographed,

    So there was ABSOLUTELY NO BASIS WHATSOEVER FOR THE RAID. No one was arrested.

    Sheer police-state terrorism. Not in Iraq, but in Minnesota. In Amerika.

    Glad to see the gloves coming off a little more clearly now for the sheeple, who still need to wake the fuck up.

  • August 31, 2008 at 4:37 am
    I used to know a cop over 25 years ago. We actually bicycled from Canada to California once. You get to know someone when you’re on the road like that. Big mistake for him. He told me about life as a cop. He told me stories about what really goes on. I thought he was OK until I learned what they can do and frequently do. I stopped being friends with him because of what I learned. If you give someone the chance to have power over you, they will always abuse it. I don’t remember where I read it, but we’ve only had police in this country since around 1850. What did people do before that? We don’t need them. We can police ourselves as was done in the past. If life should, by some miracle, survive, there will be no police. I can hardly wait for that moment, but I’m so old that I know I won’t see it.
  • August 31, 2008 at 10:02 am
    Bush quietly seeks to make war powers permanent, by declaring indefinite state of war

    Times reporter Eric Lichtblau notes that the measure is the latest step that the Administration has taken to “make permanent” key aspects of its “long war” against terrorism. Congress recently passed a much-maligned bill giving telecommunications companies retroactive immunity for their participation in what constitutional experts see as an illegal or borderline-illegal surveillance program, and is considering efforts to give the FBI more power in their investigative techniques.

    “It is uncertain whether Congress will take the administration up on its request,” Lichtblau writes. “Some Republicans have already embraced the idea, with Representative Lamar Smith of Texas, the ranking Republican on the Judiciary Committee, introducing a measure almost identical to the administrationâ’s proposal. ‘Since 9/11,’ Mr. Smith said, ‘we have been at war with an unconventional enemy whose primary goal is to kill innocent Americans.'”

  • August 31, 2008 at 10:26 am
    Permanent war is reality – always has been, always will be – for as long as two humanoids survive – whether Bushcorp or congress or any other group says yeah or nay. Thomas Hobbes had it right. All of which doesn’t begin to ‘mention’ (acknowledge) that humanities existence ( such as it is and however long or short it may last) IS a total war on (against) this planet and all other life forms and life sustaining processes there upon. Understand, we (humans) are the true and in-your-face enemy of life itself. Therefore, we WILL be expunged assuming we don’t directly annihilate each other first.

    Life is War. War is Death, Life is death. Get used to it

  • August 31, 2008 at 3:57 pm

    Right now, the Mississippi River symbolizes the US well, Massive destruction (blow job) at the bottom end and categorically fucked at the top (artificially channeled and diverted while polluted with industrial and human filth in between)

  • September 2, 2008 at 2:42 am
    My experience squares with Zippy. I have never known a normal cop. Even the best persons going in come out as authoritarian sausage that seasons and putrifies over time. Once one has power over others, the temptation to abuse it is so seductive our species seems incapable of resisting. We are little more than a feral hominid with a “higher brain” patina, a pretense to civility, decency, but really, it’s one more fantasy.

    Nothing will work, nothing can be made to work. All these behaviors are the logical trajectory of our essential impulses. Those of us outside these dark impulses are probably genetic freaks.

    As has been so well argued here, we pine for traditional consensus delusions as though they ever existed. They didn’t then, they don’t now.

    Looking like the endgame more every day to me. Ike promises to be a real killer storm. It might well be the precipitating event that Gustav promised but missed. Nothing seems to work very well except the lie machine, but you can’t paper over a chasm as we deconstruct everywhere.

    Kunstler calls this trying to negotiate with reality. I like that construct. It is as though in our minds we imagine that the total mismatch of individual vs. reality ls a winnable contest. Huh?


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