Saturday, February 4, 2012

Life In A Police State

The world is slowly being divided into mini-economic systems within economic systems each of which has the ability to crush anything or anyone who gets caught in the gears.  The economic system built upon the Law Enforcement Industrial Complex has spawned an army of jack-booted thugs in uniform to whom the law and human rights mean nothing.  Here's a clear example.

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How in the world do we expect to remain world leaders if we allow law enforcement to squelch native ingenuity?  Speak Out Americans, before it's too late!

10 comments:

  1. First they came for the duct tape, and I did not speak out...

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  2. Opie and Anthony shirt? I think the cop was too kind.

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  3. God dangit, this sheit pisses me off. It was clear he knew his rights!

    My take on this is the dude was just returning carts he borrowed to Wal-Mart.

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  4. All I know is, if they left his load on the side of the road, it didn't last very long and the cop sure spoiled a hell of a party!

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  5. I seriously do not know what the Hell is going on these days with cops but out of the ten or so I have met the last few years all seemed like time refugees from Nazi Germany. There was a time down here in the South when the local deputy sheriff or highway patrol would have pulled that guy over, talked with a few minutes to make sure he was not drunk, then sent him on his way.

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  6. That was a time when the cops were called peace officers and keeping the peace was their primary function. These days, as likely as not, they start the trouble.

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  7. What's up with you rabble-rousers? That peace officer did exactly what he should have done. A serious crime was being committed. 98% of all car thieves started off on homemade shopping cart trains.

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  8. LOL Leave it to you to figure it all out.

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  9. Well, I've gotta throw out some love for our local police. My hubby took me around the neighborhood in his model a rat rod the other day. Just to give her a run, you know? No fenders, no windshield, and definitely not street legal yet, but oooooh does she ever sound good. And in the course of going around the neighborhood, he might have laid down several strips of rubber. Didn't run her all-out, but it was enough to give this ol' gal a thrill, and to make a good bit of noise. We came down one of the long stretches, right after he'd laid a patch, and there sits a police car at the bottom of the hill. We were sure the fit was gonna hit the shan, but my hubby took the bull by the horns, and stopped next to them to chat. Turns out they loved the car. No fuss, no muss, and no tickets. My hubby even invited them to stop by the house any time they wanted to get a closer look at his babies. (Whew! Were we ever lucky!)

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  10. Around here the motherfucking cops whine because no one sees nothing, no one knows nothing and getting information is like pry a healthy truth.

    That's after twenty five years of being taken into custody because you were a witness, and mother fucking fat assholes like that that have no respect for a persons rights. I expect my next encounter with a cop is going to fucking break my neck when they slam my ass to the ground because they are ALWAYS fucking right...except when I tell them they have the right to kiss my ass and remain silent.

    His worst offense was larceny and driving a "farm implement on the road without a proper tag"

    WE HAVE turned into a militarized police state and no one will speak up because they are afraid of being the next target. Fuck It I have lived my life and have lived enough of it to not worry about anything they can do to me.

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