Police State News

More police state news: At least one-third of people shot with Tasers require medical attention

Speeders to pay extra for police fuel Nice example how you are going to pay for your ‘protection’, both now and into the future.

Military Choppers Buzz Denver

Tie this in with this disaster drill for thousands of injured in Denver. Maybe we’re already being ‘told’ where the next false-flag event is going to take place.

Strike Teams break into home

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONAudPPhum8Watch the video, a clear case of breaking and entering by “authority”. That cop should have been arrested, fired and prosecuted.

I was at the international airport the other day, sitting right in front of the clueless minions who were being questioned and searched. None of the people dared question why any of this was deemed necessary, but after I watched bags being searched and gloved TSA goons sniffing shoes, I wanted to throw up. Here is what I learned:

a) shoe bombs can apparently be hidden in flip-flops;
b) gloved searches can tickle;
c) the TSA can’t read their own monitors;
d) racial profiling is real;
e) guns were absent, but body armor was not, meaning if there was a armed terrorist, you were on your own;

I also learned that not one Americant complained. Anyone that doubts that Americans will accept a police states needs to look around — they already have.

Tie this in with this – TSA Screener Badges To Look Like Cop Badges

Airport screeners will get badges after finishing a two-day training program covering issues related to badges as well as how to talk to passengers in a calming manner.

How about somebody from the TSA calmly explain to me (with proof) that any of these Nazi-powers are even necessary? I promise to calmly tell them that Americans are no safer then before, and are in fact, far worse off now then ever.

More police state newz, this time in England as our dictator-in-chief receives an angry protest. Did this story even make the American news? This man believes “he’s freed millions from barbarism“. I guess killing them outright is one way of looking at that. Ready to puke yet?

Despite a small scattering of demonstrations, with a further protest expected in London, there has been little of the fire and fury that greeted him at the height of the controversy over the Iraq invasion.

Notice the blatant lying going on here between the two links above? 2500 hundred police isn’t the least bit “small”.

Human rights activist Bianca Jagger, who was also among the demonstrators, said the police response was “˜the most heavy handed I have seen since the Grovesnor Square 1968 protest’.

The police state is everywhere, and will be actively supported, enforced and ratcheted up higher and higher as our world devolves.  Italian Military Deployed Domestically
A side note: I received another one of those “got a job?” phone calls, which was rude and crude again. This one traced to Iowa — you don’t suppose the dictator-in-chief is apply for a job do you?

This is weird, seeding clouds to stop rain? With cement?

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18 thoughts on “Police State News

  • June 18, 2008 at 10:43 am
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    Uh – complain in the airport and get tazed. Not the way to start/end a vacation or business trip. One of the few advantages of taking flights before 7 am is that neither TSA nor I am awake. We grunt at each other, neither one of us wanting to be there.

    They don’t trust my belt buckle, but don’t think I could use nylons to strangle someone? Can’t take ‘potential weapons’ along, but Marine friends routinely make weapons out of the can of soda they get while waiting to board.

  • June 18, 2008 at 2:20 pm
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    HAHAHAHA!!!! paying a fuel surcharge on top of speeding ticket fines so the blue blue meanies can still harrass people driving 70 in a 65… I have a idea, stay inside the copshop and you won’t need any fuel, cops don’t prevent crimes they make them up…

    Next they’ll come up with charging surviving family members a bullet surcharge for having to shoot them dead

  • June 18, 2008 at 6:36 pm
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    I do verbally lodge my protests while they try and keep me from taking my crochet hook on board, or what-have-you. I had to send my credit-card toolset home because it had ‘a knifelike object of over 3 inches’. Um…wasn’t over 3 inches, and I wasn’t about to let them throw it away. My husband hates it when I say in a bored tone to the TSA agents, “I protest being treated like a terrorist or other criminal simply for attempting to travel, and understand my civil liberties will be further impinged upon during the course of this trip.” Haven’t been refused passage YET, but the day is most likely coming, if it’s not here.
  • June 19, 2008 at 7:52 am
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    “This and no other is the root from which a tyrant springs; when he first appears he is a protector.” – Plato

    “If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.” – U.S. President James Madison

    “Terrorism is the best political weapon for nothing drives people harder than a fear of sudden death”. – Adolph Hitler

    Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is to tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country.” – Hermann Goering, Nazi leader.

    “The easiest way to gain control of a population is to carry out acts of terror. [The public] will clamor for such laws if their personal security is threatened”. – Josef Stalin

  • June 19, 2008 at 9:43 am
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    I got treated like a criminal for having a tube of toothpaste that was “too big” (and therefore with enough critical mass to blow a plane up, presumably) on a flight to London last year.

    Earlier this year I brought a hefty bunch of keys chained to a small MagLite on a British Airways flight to Asia. I could have used it as a cudgel, especially if I’d taken off the chain necklace I was wearing and joined everything up. Makes a complete mockery of their pedantry.

  • June 19, 2008 at 10:02 am
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    In one (real) sense of the word, ALL air travelers are “terrorists” – environmental terrorists – and slop for capitalist swine. Even being stark naked wouldn’t change that. BTW, they don’t call weapons such as guns and swords “arms” for nothing. Both of my “arms’ are deadly weapons with or without ‘accessories’. For that matter, two fingers or a thumb is lethal if you know when and where to place them. So, air-terrorists, give up your thumbs too – or use them.
  • June 19, 2008 at 10:27 am
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    Yes, well, by merely being alive we are technically eco-terrorists, but sometimes air travel is just necessary, as in visiting far off family and seeking out retreat locales. I have probably left a carbon footprint of behemothic proportions in my pursuit of both.
  • June 19, 2008 at 12:43 pm
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    I’ve flown many times before and after 9-11, and I hate, hate, hate the lockdown feel of the airport.

    Strange things have happened to me, but I agree with Fernwise, it’s impossible to argue or fight back. You can do nothing. When you enter an airport, you have entered a federal prison in my opinion.

    Beyond the incidences of outright murder that have occurred at airports around the country – a man shot in the back after losing control due to lack of meds on a plane or a woman strangled by her own handcuffs in an airport waiting room (yeah right), the absolute indignity of having strangers pat you down and watch you undress or look through your bags makes me feel like a common criminal.

    One of the most bizarre trips I’ve ever taken had me fly in 2002 through Denver to North Platte, NE. I flew on a small plane to the airport. Then I conducted my business. Got to the airport for the return leg to Denver. At this airport, which was a dumpy little regional airport without even a restaurant, there were armed soldiers patrolling with rifles in full combat dress (vests etc.).

    After getting our boarding passes, we were told by these soldiers that we would have to enter the security area one at a time. When my time came, I entered the 10 x 12 foot room. Two soldiers, hands on the triggers of their rifles, observed me as I put my two bags on the conveyor that took it through the security machine. They asked what I was reading (at the time, a sci fi cyberpunk book by Stephenson called Cryptomicron – guess they didn’t like the name). Picked up my bags on the other side and left the room.

    I’ve never felt in more mortal danger in my life – and that includes walking through dark alleys in New York City.

    Another story from my travels: When the airplane shoe bomber incident resulted in new security restrictions such as removing footware, I was so pissed, after being asked to remove my shoes, I literally tossed them to the inspector. One was really angry at me, but didn’t do anything. The other knew I was simply frustrated and let me slide. I didn’t throw them hard – though I felt like it.

    Recently I opted out of flying for a project I did in North Carolina and Indiana. I drove instead. It was great. I will do more of it, especially as rental car companies stock more Priuses.

  • June 19, 2008 at 6:59 pm
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    Quote: “I hate, hate, hate the lockdown feel of the airport.”

    BUT still you do it – and no doubt feel exceptionally entitled in choosing to do so to boot.

    Ya’ know, when I take an ice pick and jab, jab, jab it into my ear – well, I hate hate hate it when I do that.

    When I place my fingers in the jamb of an open car door and then slam it closed over and over, well, I hate hate it when I do that.

    And, when I replace the doe-skin cloth with 60 grit sandpaper to cleanse myself following the daily excretion, well, I hate hate hate this too.

    FUCKING JHC – bleating (whining) sheeple (especially ewe of the entitlement ego persuasion) and mutant zombies in waiting truly scare the bushing hell into me.

    It’s by your/our own actions – actually lack of – (of acquiesce, consent, choices) which in fact ‘transfers’ to the (alleged) ‘authorities’ their assumed (stolen) powers over you in the first instance. {and then you have the ‘integrity’ and ‘right’ to piss, whine and moan about how it’s all unfair that your chosen ‘protectors’ do minimally inconvenience your route activity of ‘living’ in a never-ending fairy tale of deriving your sustenance, convenience and pleasure (way of life) via death in any/every form and amount). WHEW

    BTW, I’m done with attempts at being reserved here – with mish-mash mealy mouth ‘correctness’ and (minimal) concern for ‘sensibilities’ of others and ‘swallowing my tongue’. I’m just calling it as I honestly ‘see it’ from here on Anyone doesn’t ‘like it’ – Boo bushing Woo.

    Anyone you would choose to think that I’ve been ‘radical’ in the past has no clue.

    STUPID APES

  • June 19, 2008 at 7:45 pm
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    I agree, and I understand your ‘point’ (no pun intended). You’ve got to take a stand somewhere. If not now, when?

    The police state exists because we keep letting it happen. It’s not rocket science, they keep asking for more police powers and we keep silently acquiescing to them and letting them bully us around more and more.

    We do have a choice. Either we resist them now, or we will have to resist them later (when we are much weaker and they are much stronger). There IS NO OTHER CHOICE.

    I stopped flying for this very reason. I absolutely REFUSE to go along with this crap.

    These bastards push us and push us and push us, because we keep letting them.

    Some people are quick to say, “it’s easy for you, your job doesn’t depend on it” and they’d be dead wrong. It’s not been easy, it’s been hard and it’s going to be a lot harder as time goes on and the fascist thugs make even basic travel a permitted privilege.

    The TSA is just one blip on the radar screen, there are many, many more. If you do not take a stand for what you believe in, then you do not actually believe in anything. You cannot have it both ways. Stand for something, or die (anyway) for nothing.

  • June 20, 2008 at 4:54 am
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    I have flown once since 9-11, vowed never to fly again (so long as this *excrement* is occuring, and have not. Yet millions have flown since, and continue to fly in nearly record numbers, even as air travel became more draconian and oppressive. It took higher ticket costs to change the behavior of the masses, not your or my or anyone else’s protests, boycotts, or acquiescence. And that is my point….and the same point Admin has made repeatedly before. Individual action, no matter how well intended, no matter how organized, no matter how incensed, does not change anything, other than for that individual(s). The system remains unfazed.

    I would further wager that if there was everyone rioted in the streets and quick flying tomorrow, the one solitary airline passenger left on the planet would still be frisked, probed, scanned, interrogated, and watched like a hawk, and the police state apparatus put in place for air travel would not shrink or reform one iota.

  • June 20, 2008 at 4:55 am
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    ‘quit’ flying, not ‘quick’ flying.
    Sometimes wish there was an edit function.
  • June 20, 2008 at 7:58 am
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    I choose to fly once a year, for a business conference. ALL of life is full of trade-offs – flying helps me reach some of my goals better than driving from DC to Phoenix does. Less time spend unproductively driving, less expensive, etc.

    Yes, by doing this I choose to submit myself to TSA stupidity and intrusiveness. As long as that serves my greater plan to disappear, that’s okay with me.

    Fern

  • June 20, 2008 at 7:59 am
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    Hey all you naughty boys and girls, pay attention to the slithering slime behind the curtain:

    “Socially Engineering The Public For Martial Law” //blacklistednews.com/view.asp?ID=7014

    The totality of TSA was (is) part of Phase A.

    Get ‘bushing’ used to it or get the hell out of the system (way). Stop gripping and start doing. While you still have (in theory) a few ‘freedoms’ left, use it or loose it.

    “Expecting the world to treat you fairly [and then ‘bitch’ when it doesn’t) because you are good is like expecting the bull not to charge because you are a vegetarian.” {unknown}

    Expecting the world to be rational and just because you ‘think’ that you are intelligent is like expecting an serially inbred teenager to appreciate chaos theory and quantum inflation. ~ lonewolf

    “ALL systematized approaches to governing are destined to fail. The only real revolution occurs on the individual level…and the action of awakened individuals needs no systemization, just as love for another cannot be taught.” (anon.)

    “… the term “spiritual leader” is an oxymoron, and “terrorist organization” is a redundancy.” ~ Nensio

    You’re (assumed) ‘government’ is attempting – and succeeding rather ‘nicely’ BTW – at being BOTH.

    And still Ewe graze and bleat.

  • June 20, 2008 at 11:45 am
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    StealthyRoid writes
    “The Senate mortgage bill proposed by Sen. Chris Dodd (who was the recipient of a sweetheart deal on his mortgage from Countrywide, one of the beneficiaries of the bill) includes an attempt to sneak into law a requirement that all electronic payment processors send detailed transaction data to the federal government. The proposed law contains an exception for businesses with fewer than 200 transactions or a total value less than $10,000. Quoting FreedomWorks chairman Dick Armey (former House majority leader) from the article: ‘This is a provision with astonishing reach, and it was slipped into the bill just this week. Not only does it affect nearly every credit card transaction in America, such as Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express, but the bill specifically targets payment systems like eBay’s PayPal, Amazon, and Google Checkout that are used by many small online businesses. The privacy implications for America’s small businesses are breathtaking.'”
    This is the same bill that contains a controversial provision to fingerprint all mortgage brokers.
  • June 26, 2008 at 9:45 am
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    As Paul Wellstone said, “If we donâ’t fight hard enough for the things we stand for, at some point we have to recognize that we donâ’t really stand for them.”

    At all.

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