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Cops Resort To Planet of the Apes Style Policing To Let The Scum Public Know Who Their Bosses Are
Posted By admin On June 24, 2010 @ 11:11 am In Featured Stories, News In Focus, Paul Watson Articles | 41 Comments
Cop rides through bar on horseback in animalistic brainwashing stunt to remind scum Americans that they are slaves
Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com 
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Restaurants and bars are whacked with county health violations if they so much as operate a dysfunctional dishwasher, and yet cops are given free reign to swagger through businesses on horseback in some kind of bizarre display of letting the scum know who their bosses are.
Remember one of the early scenes in the classic movie Planet of the Apes? The apes on horseback ride roughshod over the scurrying humans, whipping them into submission, capturing them in huge nets, and reminding them that they are slaves.
Why Politics Is Not the Answer
“He will win who knows when to fight and when not to fight.”
~ Sun Tzu
There are three basic approaches to changing public policy: politics (elections and lobbying), direct citizen action and violence. We can quickly rule out violence as morally repugnant, inefficient and unpredictable.
Political action has rarely in human history caused government to shrink in size and power. The natural tendency of government is to grow and expand its powers. The events of 2008–2010 illustrate that. Over time, it will tend to tax and spend more, hire more people and assume more power over our lives, liberty and property. Government policies change continually but if you look closely, it is almost always in the direction of bigger government. If you favor bigger government, you really don’t have to do anything. Just sit back and enjoy the show. By the natural laws of politics, governments will tend to grow. If you check back in five years, it is highly likely that the government will be bigger and more powerful. Government in America has grown enormously since about 1917, the start of American involvement in World War I. No coincidence there; war grows the state.
Posted on Thursday, June 24, 2010 2:04:06 PM by honestabe010
Since when does the White House make laws? Is this not a function delegated to the Congress? Shouldn’t the President only be allowed to sign bills into law or veto them? How can Obama create a ban on offshore drilling in the first place?
Almost immediately after a Louisiana Federal Judge struck down the moratorium on offshore drilling some bureaucrat with a title of interior secretary claims he will issue a new order imposing a moratorium on deepwater drilling. I suppose I missed the section of the Constitution that provides cabinet members the authority to make laws.
Governors and judges close to the spill are against the drilling ban but the empty suits in D.C. are working hard to implement it. What is wrong with this picture? The authorities closest to the situation are against the ban but those much removed and with some sort of a reputation to uphold are against it. This is absurd, why else would a governor and a judge who are much more informed about the situation insist that the ban is detrimental?
It Begins… Plans to Evacuate Tampa Bay Are Put Into Place
Gateway Pundit ^ | 6-24-10 | Jim Hoft
Posted on Thursday, June 24, 2010 1:44:40 PM by Justaham
As Barack Obama continues to golf, hit the ballpark, BBQ and party, the BP oil slick is now threatening Tampa Bay. Authorities have set up plans for evacuation. Veterans Today reported.
As FEMA and other government agencies prepare for what is now being called the worst oil spill disaster in history, plans to evacuate the Tampa Bay area are in place.
The plans would be announed in the event of a controlled burn of surface oil in the Gulf of Mexico, or if wind or other conditions are expected to take toxic fumes through Tampa Bay.
This practice has been used by the US Forestry service, when fire and smoke threaten the health and well being of people.
The elderly and those with respiratory problems would be more susceptible to health risks, in the event of a controlled burn.