The beast is so monstrous it will devour us all. None will be spared.
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Reposting that is my bit of patriotic defiance.
Happy Fourth of July.
Now go clean your guns and inventory your ammo.
The helicopter, a Bell 412EP, was funded with federal port security money and can carry up to 10 people, including a pilot, co-pilot, crew chief, NYPD SCUBA divers or Emergency Services Unit officers. It weighs 7,000 pounds, can travel 150 mph and costs $9.8 million, plus it carries another $4 million worth of sensitive equipment.
What’s not being told: How much fuel does that eat every day?
… the counter-terrorism patrol executed several times a day by the NYPD takes them off the beaten path.
While our bastard Mayor slowly strangles the budget of the New York Public Library, the NYPD gets a new toy to play with and children have access to fewer books.
Damn right it burns books for fuel!
What the hell is going to be left to protect in New York City when all of the budget is going to “protecting” it?
Photo taken today Saturday May 26, 2012. Resized and resampled to VGA, click to enlarge.
Can you believe it?
What’s next? Outlawing hats and sunglasses so the facial recognition cameras of the Police State can database all of us as we pass them on the public streets?
How about requiring licenses for hoodies? You think the Orthodox Jews will like being told to shave off their facial hair for a good clean face-rec shot?
This shit has to stop.
In the movie Miracle on 34th Street, there is this classic scene of jurisprudence:
The Judge is buried under a mountain of proof declaring Defendant Kris Kringle is Santa Claus.
I bring up that image as a metaphor of the Federal lawsuit filed by Occupy Wall Street against a variety of State and private Defendants.
If the Judge in this case were to be given every bit of evidence, every bit of proof, of the case against the Defendants — all of the photos, all of the videos, all of the eyewitness accounts, all of the contemporaneous tweets — the Judge would never be able to dig out.
That is how our world has changed due to the Internet.
It is no longer possible for public acts by public — or private — officials to go unnoticed or unpublished.
A “public”-private partnership to shred the First Amendment and to destroy the ability of the general population to be informed of this treasonous act. That is the sum and essence of it all.
I am up to page 56 of the 149-paged Federal lawsuit Occupy Wall Street has filed against the City of New York, certain employees, and certain private entities.
Up to this point, the facts are incontrovertible and if I was the Judge, I’d be finding for OWS.
I will continue to read to the end for my second post about this lawsuit.
For prior posts:
The new homepage of Filesonic.
Our government here in America has become rogue, using its own form of terror to scare the hell out of other businesses they — and their corrupt bribers in Hollywood — don’t like.
Meanwhile, bankers and traders who have knowingly and willfully broken law after law remain unprosecuted — and are even given our tax dollars to prop them up!
How long before all of the other file services do that?
How long before even Dropbox does that?
The governed no longer consent!