Sunday, September 28, 2014

Speaking of freedom of speech, blue-clad official thugs don't much care for it either.

“Copblock” Is a TERRORIST Site, And People Who Visit It Are Terrorists


Anonymous said...

This shows without a doubt that we are at the same point in tyranny that the Founding Fathers were before signing the Dec. of Ind. N.Y. Oath Keepers just had to send a second letter to State Police and Governor stating that they are NOT a terrorist group. All points of view different than the "official" POV cannot be tolerated in our dystopian present. Therefore, all groups opposed to state tyranny must put aside minor ideological differences. Like Franklin said, something about hanging together or hanging separately.

Anonymous said...

One observation: Shiny badges make dandy aim points. They show up REAL GOOD in a rifle scope!

Anonymous said...

..and it's disclaimers like this
Now I am going to be right up front with my standard disclaimer that not all cops are bad. The vast majority are good people tasked with doing a dangerous and thankless job."
that takes the heat off the quisling functionaries who perform the daily duties of the gestapo wannabe's.. they are at least equally as guilty ans the cop who kills the innocent or kicks in the wrong door without charges.
Until they are named as accomplices in your repression no one will ever get it.
The scumbag ass kisser in the office pool is as guilty of murder when he signs or prints an illegal warrant as the POS who pulls the trigger. They all work to the same end.

Sedition said...

The "good" ones who don't out the bad ones are just as guilty, which is why I say that for the most part, there are no good cops.
That "blue brotherhood" crap needs to be destroyed

Anonymous said...

quislingnation put it well, and it's time more people understood that police in the US today are the #1 enemy of our freedom. The exceptions are extremely rare and are probably limited to a few small-town sheriffs and constables. All the other police in America are AT LEAST guilty of enforcing laws against victimless, consensual "crimes" that harm no one other than possibly those who freely choose to be involved in them. Arrests for such offenses are the moral equivalent of kidnapping, regardless of what politicians or their mindless enforcers think.

"I don't make the laws, I only enforce them" from the mouth of a cop in America today is precisely equivalent to "I was just following orders" coming from a former concentration camp guard at Nuremberg. In fact, "just following orders" is even LESS of an excuse for today's cops. That's because unlike many of the Nazis, police in the US aren't being forced to do their dirty work. They're freely doing it for the pay, the benefits, the excitement, and the false sense of power that every coward seeks.

It would be bad enough if the police only enforced bad laws and did so by the book, but we all know that their evil goes well beyond that. They have nothing but contempt for citizens' rights, legal and otherwise, and believe that neither they nor other cops can do any wrong as far as interactions with citizens. Not all cops are grandma-Tasering psychopaths, but all of them are on the same team as the grandma-Tasering psychopaths and will back them over the rights of the citizen every single time.

Anonymous said...

" . . . not all cops are bad." Sure, and not all Musloids are terrorists, either - but they sure aren't going to rat out the ones who are. Makes them just as guilty as any other criminal's accomplice.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous @ 5:36 PM:

Actually, there are countless examples of Muslims condemning terrorism in the strongest possible terms. A quick search turned up the following:

The "extremist Muslim threat" is a red herring. Muslims in the US commit violent crimes at a lower rate than non-Muslims. Let's stay focused on the true threat. The National Security State that wants your guns, your privacy, your freedom, and your dignity is the very same group of statists who seek an endless war between the West and the Muslim world.

Besides, it's unfair to judge any group by the actions or beliefs of its most extreme members. Should we judge all Jews by the words of the late Rabbi Ovadia Yosef?

"Goyim (gentiles, non-Jews) were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel," he said, according to the Jerusalem Post. "Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat. That is why gentiles were created."

Should we judge all Christians by the actions of the Inquisition?

You get the point...

Allen said...


remember, the best intel comes from those "scumbag ass kisser in the office pool" need a better reason to give us that intel that "we will fucking kill you all"

go read Sun Tzu, about why you never completely encircle an enemy. if you give them no way you other than death, then they will fight like demons. if you give them a way out, no matter how slim, you can defeat them.

Jimmy the Saint said...

@Anonymous; 'Should we judge all Christians by the actions of the Inquisition?"

Of course we should. I mean, the Inquisition only ended this past May. It's still much more "Current Events" than "Centuries-old History".