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Equal Opportunity State Sanctioned Murder - Affirmative Assassination
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12-07-2014, 09:00 PM #1
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In the midst of the exploitation of all of these police murders, I have noticed that the issue of state perp programs and the use of the police as a method of engaging in political violence, subjugation, and repression of the citizenry under this "New World Order" that many of these same mouth pieces, whom are exploiting these events, have long been shilling for has not come into view, as the real problem seems to escape their notice.

Instead, we see them using the issue of race as a divide and conquer technique, and a method of deflecting honest criticism and anger over this Orwellian nightmare we find ourselves living within today, and in a way that just ten years ago people in the West would have thought impossible.

The insinuation that many of the talking heads make in doing their work for the people that own them, and have orchestrated these events in a deliberate and purposeful manner, in order to control the narrative and take the public's psychology to where they want it to be, seems to be that we can make things better by ensuring that police killings are more demographically proportionate and do a better job of reflecting the racial composition of the nation.

Therefore, the suggestion seems to be, not that there is a problem with the police murdering people, but rather they are not murdering enough people in an equal opportunity fashion. It's almost like they are pushing the idea that they should start killing more whites to reflect the societal demographic.

Is it just me, or are some of the arguments that are being made, and the narrative that is developing around these incidents, completely absurd?

Basically, what I am seeing is a bunch of shitbags in the media trying to make the case for affirmative action like state sanctioned murder of citizens by the police under this massive and ugly police state, while not letting this crisis going to waste, and using these events to promote the communist policing strategies that will allow such forces to murder people in a more effective equal opportunity fashion. I see people arguing for affirmative assassination, if you will.
12-07-2014, 09:37 PM #2
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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From what I see, and statistically speaking - crime rates are down, and there is no more violence by police against people than the norm.
However, the admin has chosen to focus on this and turn it into a race deal, for the purpose of division of races (think voter base) and first and foremost of all, distraction.
Distraction from a failed presidency with abysmal public support, failed foreign policy, failed domestic policy, failed job creation, unconstitutional amnesty and I'm not even going into Benghazi, the IRS, or any of the other scandals that have plagued this administration.
He's going to shut the govt down by vetoing a bill designed to keep him from obtaining funding for illegal amnesty, so, in effect, he's putting the needs of illegal immys ahead of those of the American people.
I don't blame him in particular, he's a figurehead that does what he's told, but by the same token, he very much appears desperate, and honestly, it's sad.
I actually liked him until I realized we were in phase II of the Bush admin. I was always a registered Dem, but the policies have totally alienated me, perhaps permanently.
Of course, a transition from messiah to perish in six short years hurts a feller with an ego like his.
Meanwhile he's done more for conservatives than Regan did. I swear he's working for the GOP to put a fifty year majority of republicans in congress.
cluster fcuk deluxe.


12-08-2014, 12:34 AM #3
Accidental Stoner Member
Posts:8,588 Threads:79 Joined:Feb 2011
The NWO is truly global in scope.
Only over here, there's no bloody figurehead to focus on.
The political class/elite have made it a perfected art form, to dilute responsibility.
Uncannily much like Mr Hitler described it in 'Mein Kampf'.

An army of suits-and-ties and manly ladies with smug smirks, all indistinguishable
from each other;
the consolidated version for dummies of our constitution is around 400 pages;
we get presidents nobody ever heard of selected for us;
the most important stuff (like the TTIP, for instance, perfecting Il Corporativismo)
happens behind closed and absolutely non-transparent doors;
lobbying in Brüssel is not subject to any mandatory registration etc etc etc.

It is clearer than ever to me now, that all parties are driven by the same intention.
All of them.
It was never about "ideologies" - always about power.

It is also clearer than ever to me now, that I - white middle-aged male living on
his forefathers' ground - am the greatest evil, the "enemy", the one the POO need
to destroy.

May all the friggin' traitors get their just and rightful comeuppance.
Fucking weakhearts, born to lick upwards and kick downwards for personal gain.
The pyramid is the simplest, most accurate political symbol ever seen on this
12-08-2014, 12:44 AM #4
Shadow Incognito Anonymous
When the Patriot Act was signed cops went free for all, gave a new meaning to armed robbery. Canadians are warned not to take cash to the US.

12-08-2014, 12:54 AM #5
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
Posts:30,202 Threads:1,487 Joined:Feb 2011
iagree.gif It's time to let that piece of shit legislation expire. No one in their right mind would say this has been a victory for anyone but terrorists.
A far better piece of legislation should be crafted that protects Americans freedom rather than circumvent it. It could be accomplished with relative ease, and the new actions should be based on explicit terms with no room for "secret interpretations" as is the case now.
In this case it seems the secret interpretation is simple, it's three words...

Whatever we want 15.gif




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