Just got banned from the Oath Keepers forum for judiciously and respectfully exercising my free speech. I really don’t see any difference between the way Oath Keepers stomps free speech in their forum (they are showing their control freak cop mentality that seems to predominate at Oath Keepers.) the same way Antifa does when they attend a protest.
Oath Keepers has supported, (by their silence) and looked the other way as to the evil that cops and the troops commit. That is bad enough, but they go even further and take punitive actions against anyone that questions their world view or their gods.. Doing so gets an Antifa like response (name calling i.e. a troll) from them with no discussion or response allowed. Like Antifa they don’t seem to be intelligent enough to discuss the topic. Yelling “troll” and banning free speech is so much more convenient, than actually responding and discussing an issue. – Just the cop like “I am in control and you are not behavior”. “How dare one of the serfs question either of our gods: Cops and Soldiers! Asking questions and thinking makes you a troll and we don’t talk to trolls.”
Oath Keepers looks a lot like the infantile thuggish Antifa to me in this case.
I have long thought that Stewart Rhodes was a pretender, and fake, along with most of Oath Keepers ‘s members. They would not know lady liberty if she hit them up side the head. If she did they would call her a troll, and promptly shoot her.
From the very beginning, Pelter’s case has been dogged with controversy. Were the charges trumped up? Was the evidence falsified? Were witnesses pressured to change their testimony? Many people, including some of today’s greatest legal minds, believe that Peltier is an innocent
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The FBI framing people and or murdering them was repeated at Ruby Ridge, Waco, Gordon Kahl, Lavoy Finicum, Schaeffer Cox, and too many others to name.
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Sounds to me like California has not really “legalized.” IF they legalized how do you have illegal growers? Fact of the matter is that “legalization” is a joke, and it has not happened anywhere in the United States as of yet.
The usurpers had no more right to criminalize than they do to legalize. We are born with all rights, government exists to protect those rights, not to trample them. Not to dole them out to us.
The “dangers” that this article refers to are laughable. The real dangers are those that the police present to our liberties. Our right to contract, our rights to our bodies, and our right to grow anything we darn please, for starters, and we don’t need “permission” to do any of them. Any law that tramples these rights is IMHO null, and void on it’s face. Both the first amendment, and jury nullification give us peaceful ways to fight tyranny before being forced to go to what Jefferson called “watering the tree of liberty”. ~MFP
YREKA, CA — A request by Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey that the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors declare a local emergency due to illegal cannabis cultivation sparked an hours long discussion on Tuesday afternoon at the Siskiyou County Courthouse in Yreka.
Numerous people packed the supervisors’ chambers for the afternoon meeting, where the board was tasked with deciding whether or not it would proclaim that the proliferation of illegal cannabis cultivation presents a problem that is beyond the control of local agencies.
Lopey spoke first, stating that he believes the proclamation is necessary due to a large number of illicit cannabis cultivation sites discovered throughout the county. He said that he believes the sites present myriad dangers to the environment, quality of life, and public safety…. Read More
The arrest of Nurse Alex Wubbels has police conduct in the national spotlight again.
The accepted by most, concept that police have different rights (moral relativism) than you and I do, urinates on a major concept that this country was founded upon. i.e. That all men are created equal. It is also a tenet of the Church of Satan.
Nurse Alex Wubbels refused to let police draw blood from an unconscious crash victim and ended up arrested. The ensuing national controversy has brought police conduct back into the spotlight, raising several questions. Is it necessary to be above the law to enforce it? Does the policy of granting “qualified immunity” to officers incentivize irresponsibility? Would police ranks have far fewer “bad apples” if officers were required to carry malpractice insurance? Antony and James address all this and more.
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This is shocking and most Americans, do not yet have a clue as to how close we are to losing what few rights we have remaining. Education is the key, to mitigating bloodshed and violence. Please help spread these articles.
“The Fourth Amendment was designed to stand between us and arbitrary governmental authority. For all practical purposes, that shield has been shattered, leaving our liberty and personal integrity subject to the whim of every cop on the beat, trooper on the highway and jail official.”—Herman Schwartz, The Nation
Our freedoms—especially the Fourth Amendment—are being choked out by a prevailing view among government bureaucrats that they have the right to search, seize, strip, scan, shoot, spy on, probe, pat down, taser, and arrest any individual at any time and for the slightest provocation.
Forced cavity searches, forced colonoscopies, forced blood draws, forced breath-alcohol tests, forced DNA extractions, forced eye scans, forced inclusion in biometric databases: these are just a few ways in which Americans are being forced to accept that we have no control over our bodies, our lives and our property, especially when it comes to interactions with the government.
Worse, on a daily basis, Americans are being made to relinquish the most intimate details of who we are—our biological makeup, our genetic blueprints, and our biometrics (facial characteristics and structure, fingerprints, iris scans, etc.)—in order to clear the nearly insurmountable hurdle that increasingly defines life in the United States: we are now guilty until proven innocent.
Such is life in America today that individuals are being threatened with arrest and carted off to jail for the least hint of noncompliance, homes are being raided by police under the slightest pretext, property is being seized on the slightest hint of suspicious activity, and roadside police stops have devolved into government-sanctioned exercises in humiliation and degradation with a complete disregard for privacy and human dignity.
Consider, for example, what happened to Utah nurse Alex Wubbels after a police detective demanded to take blood from a badly injured, unconscious patient without a warrant…. Read More
This is how government ends up “protecting your rights” when they are allowed at all off of the leash. Some of these people should be going to jail. What do you think the chances are? After all police demand laws granting them moral Moral Relativism, (a pillar of the church of Satan BTW) they are not mere men like you and I. ~MFP
Inmates in Texas experience flooding and lack of food and water. They are drinking toilet water while under lockdown and two prisoners were reported dead. Left Voice interviews Rachel, whose husband is currently in Beaumont Federal Prison.
An evacuated Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison surrounded by floodwaters last year. (David J. Phillip / AP)
The following interview was conducted over a week after Hurricane Harvey hit. Rachel’s husband has been an inmate in Beaumont Federal Prison, located about an hour outside of Houston and 40 minutes from the Gulf of Mexico. Although some local media has denounced the conditions in the prison, in general, the media has remained silent on the plight of inmates…. Read More
The prosecution in the Bundy Ranch case were found to be withholding information that would substantiate the defense’s case that the Bureau of Land Management goons, under the direction of Agent Daniel P. Love, were not at Bundy Ranch to carry out a lawful court order, but were, in fact, going into tactical mode in order to murder innocent civilians.
On Monday afternoon the Department of (In) Justice and prosecutor Steven Myhre refused to turn over audio recordings that they are suspected of being in possession of between Special Agent In Charge Daniel P. Love, BLM sniper teams, other tactical personnel, and possible informants who were at Bundy Ranch as far back as March 2014.
Deb Jordan with Guerilla Media Network reports:
These recordings are vital to the defense in that the indictment against rancher Cliven Bundy and his co-defendants specifically states that Mr. Bundy and several others told lies and exaggerated the situation between Bundy and the BLM for the purpose of recruiting gunmen to come and help get the rancher’s cattle back. Up and until the first trial which began last February, the BLM denied the use of snipers and other tactical personnel during “Operation Gold Butte” the BLM’s official name for the Bundy Ranch cattle impoundment…. Read More
Most don’t realize that your Google Maps app spies on you even when it is closed, and not running. I was appalled and pissed off when I just opened Google maps, and found out that it tracks and identifies the names of places that I go, even though I have not opened the app in 3 months!
You can bet that the 4 letter agencies are putting this criminally collected, and shared data in places like their Net Fusion Center in KC Missouri.
One might think the police would never manhandle, handcuff, and cite a 91-year-old man for anything—but that would be a fairy tale. In the real world, policing for profit, as some have called it, will stop at nothing to bring in revenue, even when it comes from citing a 91-year-old man for walking with a walking stick.
Otha Thurmond, 91, of Memphis, Tennessee, will finally find his way to criminal court after spending his whole life as a law-abiding citizen. According to Thurmond, he has never been in jail a day in his life. Neighbors agree. And they are up in arms with the treatment they witnessed Thurmond receive when he encountered police on his Memphis sidewalk……. Read More
As I have previously mentioned. This strikes a vein. I was recently treated like a Jew in Auschwitz by a Seymour MO, “police officer”. It was without a doubt the most terrifying hour of my life, and as you guessed, the thug still has his job. I hold the mayor and the city council as responsible as this rogue cop for his behavior as they are the ones that did not fire him.