Something Is In The Air

This is a slightly older story back from July, but yet another example of how our protectors deem to protect us, while engaging in assault on our bodies, our freedoms and our lifestyles.

This 70 year old woman was attacked by police in her own front yard for failing to water her lawn.

I’m posting these stories (just a tiny, tiny few of them, there are thousands more) to make readers aware of how ugly it’s getting out there where the State meets the citizen. There is a huge and growing discrepancy between what the State believes is it’s “rights” and what the citizens believes are their rights.

As non-person, the State does not have any rights that have not been given to it by the people. The State is an artificial entity without any natural rights afforded to humans beings. But what we find is just the opposite. The State has taken upon itself super ‘natural’ rights, rights that even the citizen himself does not have.

How can this be? All power flows from the people themselves. Therefore, no entity, natural or artificial entity can have more rights then the people have. Where could they possibly come from? Yet law and legal ‘precedent’ has made a shamble of common sense and reason. The State, protected by law and ‘law enforcement’ officers, has assumed rights that no natural person has ever had.

This puts the State and it’s agents both above the law applied to citizens and unbound by that same law. In effect, they are lawless, unrestrained and uncontrolled by the people who pay their salaries and created them in the first place.

More and more people are becoming aware of this. Video clips of lawless behavior and vicious attacks by the State police thugs are now being widely circulated. This is why, in part, a police state clampdown is now underway in America. The natives are getting restless and do not like nor approve of the shackles that they are being bound by, especially when the duplicitous nature of the State and it’s agents is so damned evident.

There is something extremely dangerous afoot here. Not just ‘citizen disobedience’ of course, but something else much more ominous. Do you recall the missing nuke story? According to this source, the airmen involved are now all dead.

The following section was compiled by ‘The Pundit.’
Since the Minot story broke a week ago about the missing nukeclandestine operation from Minot, we have the following (for those who are paying attention):

1. All six people listed below are from Minot Airforce base
2. All were directly involved as loaders or as pilots
3. All are now dead
4. All within the last 7 days in ‘accidents’ [Not all of them –LRP]

There isn’t sufficient proof yet to connect all of these deaths to the nuke story, yet. But that certainly is a very strange number of deaths all arising in a very short time span, all from the same base.

One commenter had this to say:

What do you expect from a government that kills anti-war soldiers, including Pat Tillman and Levanah Johnson, sends soldiers to war without combat armor, sends soldiers to war based on lies, kills millions of Iraqis based on lies, wants to label its own citizens as “enemy combatants”, and openly tortures people, all the while its citizenry only care about Brittany Spears lousy dancing?

And therein lies the rub — the citizens only care about the mundane, stupid shit that entertains them. Which brings me to what I heard on the radio this morning. While playing the sound track of that kid being tasered at the Kerry rally, they laughing joked about Senator Larry Craig and his bathroom antics. See, this is entertainment and don’t you just know how important this is?

I turned the radio off in disgust. What they needed at the Kerry rally was a riot. Everyone should have jumped up from the seats and fat asses and shouted, “Arrest me!! Arrest me!!“. If they’d mobbed the police, they’d have really given the reporters and cameras something worth splashing across the front page.

Let’s just admit it, shall we? We’re too fat, too lazy and too apathetic to even care anymore when one of our own is taken down. And why not? Our heads of full of of useless nonsense put their by a complicit media. Sound bytes and video clips suffice for awareness and information. It’s the reason I don’t watch television, I can’t learn anything from what they call “the news”.

We should hang our heads in shame. We should be disgusted at our easy defeat. We should gladly bear the shackles that bind us, because we deserve them. We deserve them because we too goddamned lazy to get off our asses and put a stop to this shit that is destroying this country from within. We’d rather be entertained with fake video tapes of Bin Laden, which this idiot thinks is real, while debating “Who is more evil, Bush or Bin Laden?“.

This crap is meant as entertainment and it has no redeeming value whatsoever.

Stop giving these thugs your complicit approval for their terrible behavior. A whole lot of us need to get arrested for civil disobedience. At the very least, attendees of that Kerry rally should have jumped up and walked out endmasse, screaming at the top of their lungs “No Police State!!!“. Exercising our rights to free speech is our right!!

There is rumor that the military command will refuse to attack Iran with nuclear weapons — good, I hope so. Somebody has to start standing up to these monsters that are crawling all over everything.

What we are refusing to face is that this disobedience required of us is only a matter of time. The incessant demands and overarching invasion by these thugs into everything; life, liberty, property, privacy, freedom, environment, economic opportunity, medical research and health care and on and on, not one single area of life remains untouched.

For example, what business is it of the Federal government to meddle in stem cell research? For that matter, what business is it for the State to dictate to you how you live your life? But it is so much more then this. It’s now reached the level of nano-control to the nth degree. Comply — or die.

The duplicitous double-standards we continue to tolerate must stop. Try pulling this as average-joe citizen for example. Congress gets away with this shit ultimately because we continue to let them and fail to hold them accountable. If they are not accountable to us, who are they then accountable to? Nobody?

The answer to our problems is to stop being so apathetic and start fighting back. Stop complying. Stop agreeing. Stop going along to get along. Stop all of our behavior the is enabling and empowering these morons to keep doing all the things that are harming us. The injustice of it alone is reason enough, what more reason would we possibly need?

When exactly, are we going to learn to say “No“? Never?

I’m not so naive to believe that our refusal to comply won’t lead to more problems. So what? Those problems are already coming our way anyway. Better now then never. Better sooner then later. Better while we still can then when we can’t.

I do not buy the mythology that we cannot resist. This is erroneous and misleading thinking. Resistance has been characterized throughout the world by a minority of people. They succeed too. Not always, but often enough to have changed the face of history.

Our resistance begins with our non-compliance. Our non-cooperation and complicit agreement withdrawn. Stop going along with what you know is wrong. Stop looking the other way when your neighbors, friends and family members are attacked by the State. We have a choice — it’s high time we exercised that right and reminded our slave owners that we were not always slaves.

If the above isn’t enough to set your blood boiling, then read this:

The Senate narrowly rejected legislation on Wednesday that would have given military detainees the right to protest their detention in federal court.

The 56-43 vote against the bill, by Sens. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Arlen Specter, R-Pa., fell four votes shy of the 60 needed to cut off debate. It was a blow for human rights groups that say a current ban on habeas corpus petitions could lead to the indefinite detention of individuals wrongfully suspected of terrorism. Senate Rejects Habeous Corpus

My disgust today is at an all-time high.  Well, not quite.  It was worse when the anti-Patriot Act was passed.  My, haven’t we come a long ways since then?  Don’t you feel more free then ever?  More safe then ever?  We should remind the Iraqis of that fact — we’re the freest nation on Earth and we’re here to liberate you!

I’ll shut up now, but only for a while.


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11 thoughts on “Something Is In The Air

  • September 19, 2007 at 2:27 pm
    I have given up on anybody doing anything; the vast majority are too brain-dead and too blind (wilfully or accidentally to be worth a damn in a fight anyway. Western society actually deserves what the elites have in store for it. The average stupid westerner is every bit as self-centred and ruthless deep down under that skin deep layer of civility as the genocidal trash in charge. Humanity is a blight on this otherwise wonderful planet.
  • September 19, 2007 at 3:06 pm
    We are indeed too fat, too dumb and ?happy? or is that medicated, self medicated
    in most cases, to do anything. We all fear losing what miserable little bit we have and we are very much useless for a revolution. Please note, I did say we, which includes me.
  • September 19, 2007 at 6:01 pm
    Those of us who know our rights and defend our rights (even during a mundane traffic stop) will be litigating our rights. Here’s the deal – you have to go to jail on obstruction or some shit if you stand on your rights. Not many are willing to spend a week in the klink for not allowing a cop to look in your trunk. And pay the tow charge and impound fee for your car. Lose a week’s wages, probably lose the job, make the wife have to cook dinner every night and take care of the kids all by herself etc.
    Cops always win at the game of “chicken”.

    Yesterday I mooned the cop chopper that was on pot patrol as I was tending my garden. We really don’t have much maneuvering room…

  • September 19, 2007 at 7:27 pm
    Did no one look at the Minot story links? July 5th, July 20th, Sept 10th, 2 Sept 12ths and Sept 15th. Hardly the “All within the last 7 days in ‘accidentsâ'” that is told.

    That along with the fact that any story that gets out to the media about Nuclear Weapons – THE most classified information there is, is either a staged leak or false. Folks that stuff never ever sees the light of day unless we are sending a ‘message’. To Iran.

  • September 20, 2007 at 12:40 am
    comrade, perhaps you have forgotten the words of Adams.

    “If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace. We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.”—Samuel Adams

  • September 20, 2007 at 9:04 am

    Adams was right I’m afraid. We don’t deserve even the ‘freedom’ we’ve got left when we are not ready to defend it.

    Trust me — cops do NOT always win the game of chicken. Been there, done that, and I’m still here.

  • September 20, 2007 at 11:02 am

    Looks like the cops lied about their actions in the police report – despite all the video evidence. Typical I’m afraid.

  • September 20, 2007 at 8:57 pm
    There has been at least 50 years of blind obedience to “authority”, where incrementaly no resistance was made to the police state we find ourselves in. My point was if you make a california rolling stop on a right turn and don’t completely follow all the commands given to you by the cop that stopped you, chances are you’re gonna get dragged out of the car, frisked, dogs brought in, car searched without your consent, etc. It’s a choice to comply or submit. I don’t comply, so I go to jail on obstruction for telling the cop I’m going to pursue legal channels for the unwarranted search and seizure.

    My grandparents didn’t have to put up with this shit, my parents allowed the encroachment, and I somehow am responsible for carrying out the mandates of Samuel Adams? I gotta wield the knotted cord so my kid can live free? Bullshit. It’s already over. You can’t say we live in a police state while believing resistance can be meaningful. It’s either a done deal or it isn’t. How much petty resistance does it take to bring down the state apparatus? Hooray for the old lady standing on principle. Hooray for Taserboyand good luck to him in court where that cop’s BS report will carry all the weight necessary to uphold the tasering. Hooray for me telling a cop where to get off. And the daily examples keep on coming, the air grows ranker by the week, and the big purple monster just keeps getting bigger. Resist or comply, it’s all pounding sand up a rat’s ass. We didn’t take to the streets when habeus corpus was suspended, defending a dry lawn is just too stupid to take seriously.

    But have some fun. On my truck the wire that runs the ignition is twisted together under the dash. So when a cop is behind me at a stop light I pull it apart and act like the truck won’t start. I try not to laugh as all the traffic is piling up and the cop has to help me push the damn thing off the road. Eats up at least ten minutes of his time – 10 minutes he can’t fuck with somebody else. How could cops do their little cop things if everybody was fucking with them right and left? Jaywalk. Mock fight with a friend when a cop comes by. Wave them down and ask where the nearest liquor store is or some shit. Phone in any traffic violation you see a cop pull. Pull over and watch the cop as he is involved in another traffic stop. Just make them aware that they are being watched.

    My favorite? A cop is behind you turn you head to make it obvious that you are looking in your rearview mirror, immediately hit the right turn signal and pull in to the nearest business. Yeah, I need some beauty supplies…

  • September 21, 2007 at 8:52 am

    Yep, you are responsible. Responsibility falls upon the living, not the dead.

    Every generation inherits and subsequently passes on the responsibility — and the problems. It’s immaterial that our parents didn’t do the right thing — neither have we.

  • September 22, 2007 at 4:05 am
    It depends on what a person believes is going to be most effective:

    spending all our time and energy fighting what we what we don’t want?


    spending all our time and energy creating what we do want?

    thank you commrade simba!! for reminding us “But have some fun.” There can be joy in playing rigged games.

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