Denver Preparing For Mass Arrests

This what political freedom in America looks like:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQEc3ejHIaM

The simple fact is, none of these arrest are needed or necessary, let alone a meat-processing plant for Denver citizens.

This should royally piss you off: New Orleans Cops Cleared in Katrina Shooting

No matter what happened, what we do know is two innocent people are dead — and nobody is being held responsible. Once again, law enforcement kills with impunity, without accountability.

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7 thoughts on “Denver Preparing For Mass Arrests

  • August 16, 2008 at 5:46 am
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    Ah, yes, political freedom in AmeriKa.

    I cannot tell you how much national security forces of America love the first amendment. The last “demonstration” I participated in there were more goons than demonstrators. During our four block walk to the Army/Navy recruiting area, non-uniform cops in Ford Excursions wheeled by or were standing at every curb cut. As we approached the strip mall, cops in uniform stood virtually shoulder to shoulder in front of the strip mall. Our free speech zone was limited to a sidewalk and the area in front to the curb. There were only about 40 of us. Oh, and police videographers and photographers – it was like the papparazi – except they weren’t doing it to put our faces in a magazine, but on a wall, or in an FBI dossier. And we even had agent provacateurs that commandered the megaphone and started saying “God damn America.” At all the peace rallies, I’d never seen these two guys before. Quite a production – all for saying the war should end….

    The folks protesting at either of the conventions better be prepared for tough love. And the ironic thing is, after they’re beaten, tasered and locked up, the vast majority will find they’re free to go after the convention and all charges will be dropped.

    The police state and a gutted bill of rights. Welcome to AmeriKa.

  • August 16, 2008 at 9:49 am
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    //www.truthout.org/article/local-police-may-get-broader-spy-powers.

    “intelligence” LMFAO

  • August 17, 2008 at 11:49 am
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    Give as good as you get. Take photos of everyone who is not a familiar part of the group and ask them their name or, better yet, for a photo identification document.

    Also, take photos of all those who you think or suspect are plain clothes cops. Don’t forget to photograph/videograph the media too – they might not be who they claim to be. Videography is particularly important so that you have a record of any potential incidents or confrontations. Ensure that you use multiple video cameras and that all are synchronized for time and date with a recognized source, such as GPS time or a radio broadcasted time code. A sound recording device (or cell phone that has been rung through to a phone with a recording device – to avoid confiscation of recordings) is also a good idea for those who are spokespersons or who will be up front and speaking to authorities. Audio and video recording can come in handy when it comes to catching someone in a lie, particularly during a trial. Lastly, have a few people do nothing but take notes; times, locations, events and people involved.

    You might find the link attached useful as well: http://www.endtimesreport.com/adviceprotesters.html

  • August 17, 2008 at 12:09 pm
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    It would be more effective to –

    a) stay home. Nobody show up at all, and I mean nobody. Withhold your consent altogether to be governed by fools and morons.

    Going to a political rally is just plain stupid in my opinion. Whatever for? The media will paint all protesters in a bad light, while championing their pick of the latest fool with prime time coverage.

    Stop playing their games altogether. You cannot win when you have already lost.

  • August 17, 2008 at 9:26 pm
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    I can’t speak for Italian soldiers, but here in the USA, troops are poorly trained for law enforcement duty. Putting troops on the streets is a bad idea.

    But it sets a rather nice precedent, doesn’t it? Protecting the upper classes corruption while attacking the lower class crime only means what I have been saying all along — business as usual, it’s just more out in the open now.

  • August 18, 2008 at 6:40 am
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    admin, I agree… piece by piece, there seems to be an attempt to normalize these types of things.

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