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Alternative media fans are obsessed with the coming police state and nanny state all over the world. Truthers are experiencing a phase of panic and paranoia on the path of enlightenment; however, this is a phase that we all go through in our process of consciousness evolution.
Spiritual Alchemist, Felicia S.C. Gooden, explores hot topics in the mainstream and alternative news, bringing about a unique perspective of philosophical inquiry. A writer and artist, Felicia engages in creative thought in order to bring you the latest news and use the most current events as tools for the transmutation of consicousness
FROM TO KEEP THE PEACE TO SERVE AND TO PROTECT. NOW TO THIS MILIARIZED TROOPERS .THATS RIGHT YOU SEE THIS WE ALL DO
SO WHY IS IT ? THERE IS ALOT OF REASONS . THE ? IS WHAT IS THE REAL REASON ? WHY WOULD YOU WANT TO HURT YOUR OWN PEOPLE ? WHEN WE THE PEOPLE DID NOTHING WRONG !!!!!
THIS IS BULL SHIT AND THEY KNOW IT. ITS A CONTROL GAME !
ARE THEY TELLING US ITS GOING TO GET REAL BAD AND THEY GOT TO KILL US FOR SOME UNKNOWN REASON ???
THE FIRST THING I SAY TO YOU. DONT GET MAD IT WILL NOT WORK THAT IS JUST WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO DO !!!!!!!!!!!!!
OK SO TONIGHT WE WILL GET IN TO THIS POLICE STATE
Join us for The Annoying Peasant Radio Show, a discussion of the fundamentals of liberty. On this episode, we welcome The Northwoods Mom and a discussion of the emerging police state. We will add a short conversation on the topic of the origins of Thanksgiving.
We would be thrilled to have you call in with questions or comments. Our guest call in number is (646) 564-9744. You can also participate in the show by joining the chat.
So tune in. We are happy to have you with us.
In 2013, an international survey determined that the country that poses as the single biggest threat to world peace is...The United States Of America. The land of the free--where government is running amok and where citizens feel less and less in control every day. It may still feel safe to live in the US, but we are headed in the direction of a full-blown police state--a reality where we are not welcome to speak out against our own government. While the number of officer deaths is thankfully declining, the number of killings by officers is increasing. In 2013, 33 law enforcement officers were killed by gunfire. While it is a morbid statistic, it is the lowest number since 1887. Meanwhile, in 2012, police committed over 400 justifiable homicides for the first time in more than a decade. This trend would suggest that crime is increasing...but it isn’t. It only means that officers are more frequently resorting to violence.
Mayor Bloomberg’s failed “Stop and Frisk” policy allows NYPD to stop, question, and frisk anyone for contraband and weapons, often times without reasonable suspicion. In 2013 alone, New Yorkers were stopped 179,063 times. In 89% of cases, the person stopped was completely innocent. As well as doing very little to stop crime, the method is clearly racially motivated. Of those stopped in 2013, 56% were black and 29% were Latino, while only 11% were white. Until recently, prison was reserved for dangers to society. Now, you can be arrested and imprisoned for making nothing more than a human mistake. George Norris was sentenced to 17 months in prison after he forgot to get the proper paperwork and sold orchids to an undercover agent. Georgia Thompson, a state employee who accidently filled company data incorrectly, spent four months in prison.
On today's show I briefly cover some of the news coming out of the Missouri riots and give my take on it. Alternative media outlets frequently use the term "police state" without providing an actual description of what a police state is. I provide an accurate description of what a police state is, and I will let you decide whether or not the U.S. is a police state. My opinion is that it is not a police state since the people continue to enjoy more freedoms than 98% of other countries on the face of the planet. The U.S. still allows for the private ownership of weapons, even fully automatic weapons (although they are expensive and licenses are difficult to get) whereas many other westernized and eastern countries do not allow their populations to own any sort of firearms. The general population of the U.S. still has the ability to travel freely by whatever means they can, whereas in a police state (think North Korea) mobility and travel are highly restricted.
Although I do not believe that the U.S. is a police state (even though it could potentially end up that way at some point in the future), I will say that the U.S. is a surveillance state where every word typed into a web page, or every text message or phone call, e-mail is tracked, traced, recorded, stored, and warehoused by the U.S. Government. Thanks to the revelations of Edward Snowden, we know that this show you are listening to is subject to recording and monitoring via the NSA.
Another point frequently glossed over by the alternative media is the consideration of the police in the U.S. as being "militarized". Keep in mind, many media hosts have never served a day in either law enforcement, the military, or both. I'll go more into detail and ask the hard questions that the media ignores in regards to the police throughout the U.S. Just imagine yourself put in their shoes on the thin blue line.
Thanks for listening in!
Calling For Civil Disobedience In America, NOW!
America is in deep trouble and Police violence against the American citizen has increased exponentially. We must rise up against the Police State and restore our Constitution. Civil disobedience is only one of several tools in our Constitutional tool box but it is a tool none the less that must be used now.
Divine Freedom Radio
"When Injustice Becomes Law, Resistance Becomes Duty"
A police state is a state in which the government exercises rigid and repressive controls over the social, economic, and political life of the population. A police state typically exhibits elements of totalitarianism and social control, and there is usually little or no distinction between the law and the exercise of political power by the executive.
The inhabitants of a police state experience restrictions on their mobility, and on their freedom to express or communicate political or other views, which are subject to police monitoring or enforcement. Political control may be exerted by means of a secret police force which operates outside the boundaries normally imposed by a constitutional state
She was on Coast to Coast last month. Tonight, Washington Times staff writer Cheryl K. Chumley joins us.
WND Books has a hot new title out. It’s called “Police State USA: How Orwell’s Nightmare Is Becoming Our Reality” by Washington Times staff writer Cheryl K. Chumley. It’s got a foreword by Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas.
She’s a well-spoken expert on the subject of how we are losing America to a brave new world of surveillance, drones, warrantless searches and the militarization of local, state and national governments, as well as government intrusion into all facets of public education (i.e. Michelle Obama and school lunches).
This is scary stuff, but unfortunately it’s all real and well-documented. Stories published on a daily basis makes this topic timely and even newsworthy.
Ferguson, MO Killing, Riots, Police State - Is this America?
From the beating of Rodney King to the murder of Kelly Thomas, police tactics in the U.S. have become so heavy-handed that people are regularly being murdered by those ostensibly sworn ‘to protect and to serve’ them.
The militarization of police forces – particularly since 9/11, the steady erosion of civil rights via draconian laws, and an atmosphere of hysteria generated by the ‘War on Terror’ have all combined to place the police ‘above the law’.
But tyrannical and dictatorial repression is what ‘those other countries’ do, right? Why is it, then, that we constantly see headlines of people in the U.S. being beaten, tasered, and even shot to death for such minor infringements as traffic violations? Are cops ‘out of control’? Are they ‘just obeying orders’?
This week on SOTT Talk Radio we’re going to take a look at police brutality in the ‘land of the free’. Join us live this Sunday June 29th 2014, from 2-4pm EST (11am-1pm PST, 8-10pm CET).
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