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Tony
11th October 2012, 13:50
I've been waiting for something to turn up that was out of the blue, that did not have a subtle build up...this is it! I think they just shot themselves in the foot. Anyone can see that this is menacing!


What sort of sick crazy mind came up with the ideas of taser wrist bands?
Then they try and justify it. The main article starts at 3 minutes.

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Notice how caring the police are!

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Fred Steeves
11th October 2012, 14:06
I've been waiting for this too Tony, looks like fun doesn't it? Makes me feel warm and fuzzy all over, knowing just how much big brother truly cares for our personal safety and well being.

Tony
11th October 2012, 14:06
The psychologists know exactly what they are doing. Remember the Milgram experiment? The police above are falling into the same trap, thinking the taser may not be very strong, when in fact could induce all sorts of nasty and deadly side effects.

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Fred Steeves
11th October 2012, 14:15
I was involved in an incident last November where the police, a half dozen or so, were giggling hysterically just like those guys Tony. Almost like little girls at a slumber party. Do you know what the big funny was? Mention of the U.S. Constitution. One of the most surreal things I've ever personally witnessed. Also one of the saddest.

Dennis Leahy
11th October 2012, 14:29
Tony, that really is sick. What's next for us slaves, every one of us being fitted with a taser collar or ankle bracelet? A slave owner's wet dream.

I witnessed a cluster of cops laughing when one cop grabbed a woman and (terrified) she broke free, screaming. This was about 8 or 9 members of the Duluth, MN police department on May 1, 2012 (at an "Occupy" May Day community celebration/picnic.)

I told her I would show up in a shirt and tie in court and provide very compelling testimony that she was attacked by the cop, but evidently her lawyer convinced her to not file charges.

The more I have been around cops in groups, the more frightening they seem to me - because they exhibit low IQ, low compassion, violent provocation, and mob mentality. And, they are armed with deadly weapons and know there is very little chance they will be convicted even if they murder a "suspect" in cold blood in front of witnesses.

Dennis

Kristin
11th October 2012, 14:40
The other day a good friend of mine who was filming a movie (on his own dime) and was taken down at gun point by six officers and arrested. He was arrested for not having permits for his plastic guns that were in his knapsack which he was using for his film... Now this guy was a school crossing guard for 35 years, volunteered for the local police department for 17 years, has an open house thanksgiving where he and his wife feed homeless kids every year, and had a full page article on him just several months ago when he retired saying what a great guy he was, and he IS. His hobby is making zombie movies. He uses the homeless kids as actors and often lets them sleep on his couch or on his floor at night to keep them safe.

The Chief of police (who didn't know that this was happening and a good friend of his) was furious! Hundreds of people wrote the local paper admonishing the police for using such force on a well known beloved citizen. A lawyer has taken the case for free; they went to the police station this morning a got his camera back, which had been confiscated for evidence. My friend told me last night that the scariest thing was when he was taken to the police station and at that moment he realized that he did not recognize any of the officers... "I knew I was in trouble then."

Despite the public outcry, the chief of police backing him, and the obvious ridiculousness of the plastic guns needing permits... the police are sticking together and now charging him with "Public Mischief" which is a criminal charge and could go on his record permanently. It's disgusting. They are saying that the homeless kids are not good enough as witnesses because they are young and homeless. I was involved with this filming and volunteered to play a part in the film. They have my name and my phone number, yet they have not called me to take my statement!

Bullocks! Sorry this is off topic, but man, this world is going into the toilet fast!!!

Pastic toy guns mind you!!!

From the Heart,
Kristin

ED209
11th October 2012, 15:01
Those cops did not look very incapacitated to me. I don't think that bracelet would stop a terrorism scenario. I would rather take my chances with terrorists than run the risk of giving power-tripping terrorists the ability to zap me for not putting up my tray table. We already have too many altercations with flight attendants that abuse their authority.

meeradas
11th October 2012, 15:52
I can only refer you here (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?50743-Monsanto-could-produce-food-that-suppresses-a-specific-gene-in-all-who-eat-it&p=567261#post567261)for an appropriate comment.

Note that the initial video is from 2008... i 'kind of liked' the hint that "biometrics systems only work, if the person [...] is already on file".

Dorjezigzag
11th October 2012, 16:14
Some people can resist tasering, it is part of some special forces training. There was a case a few years back where they repeatedly tried and failed to taser this ex special forces guy who had some beef about something.

Also the claim it will not kill or permanently damage, well we know this is not the case with countless cases of victims, many totally innocent.

Black Panther
11th October 2012, 16:28
I think they just shot themselves in the foot. Anyone can see that this is menacing!


Don't think so, Tony. Most people will think it's another great
invention to protect us from those dangerous terrorists :rolleyes:

You should also think people would be able figure out after 11 years
the same terrorists who were behind 9/11 are the same ones
inventing those taser wrist bands.

People have to turn off their tv and think for themselves. Nah... not gonna happen.

Flash
11th October 2012, 17:07
Those cops did not look very incapacitated to me. I don't think that bracelet would stop a terrorism scenario. I would rather take my chances with terrorists than run the risk of giving power-tripping terrorists the ability to zap me for not putting up my tray table. We already have too many altercations with flight attendants that abuse their authority.

To me this looks very much like the training of Pavlov's dogs or the experiments made with mice in the sixties, seventies in behavioral psychology. If you zap a mouse at regular times, she will learn to behave normally in between the zaps, will eat, and will expect the zap, trying to protect herself by jumping etc.

If you zap the mouse at random, she will stop eating, go numb and powerless (depressed) and will curl in a corner of her cage to finally die. I think those bracelet are for training people and making them subservient to the brute force, mostly in jail or situations like this.

Disgusting altogether. And the bozos are laughing.

Snoweagle
11th October 2012, 18:18
The psychologists know exactly what they are doing. Remember the Milgram experiment? The police above are falling into the same trap, thinking the taser may not be very strong, when in fact could induce all sorts of nasty and deadly side effects.

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It's gone. The video is UNAVAILABLE?

Tony
11th October 2012, 20:10
Maybe I did something wrong when I posted it...:o Try this one:

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markpierre
12th October 2012, 01:39
Handcuffed people are extremely dangerous. The extra level of protection (and gratification) for peace keeping specialists should prove the worth of this brilliant innovation.

Watch for the throat clamp version and the electric straight jacket.

Playdo of Ataraxas
12th October 2012, 05:31
I think they just shot themselves in the foot. Anyone can see that this is menacing!


Don't think so, Tony. Most people will think it's another great
invention to protect us from those dangerous terrorists :rolleyes:

You should also think people would be able figure out after 11 years
the same terrorists who were behind 9/11 are the same ones
inventing those taser wrist bands.

People have to turn off their tv and think for themselves. Nah... not gonna happen.

The social engineering (or sorcery, depending on your preference of semantics) that has maintained the official story of JFK's assassination, as well as 9/11, pervades the cultural mindset like a never ending eclipse. It is a form of magick. Beyond turning the tv off (which agreeably needs to happen), people must accept and become knowledgeable of occult, esoteric practices before they can face reality with a healthy, invulnerable perspective, much less face the detriment of ceding personal rights for an illusion of security on an airplane. In both instances that are referenced, there was a mass trauma that occurred that was deliberate and integral to the mass engineering of social opinion. It's magick, and not the good kind. And, therefore, to some degree, we have ended up facing the Scheiße that we face today. Cause and effect.

math330
12th October 2012, 05:50
I don't think that bracelet would stop a terrorism scenario. I would rather take my chances with terrorists than .....

That's just it - there are no terrorists, it's for you and me.


*edited to add;
According to www.infowars.com (http://www.infowars.com), the taser wristbands were considered for use by TSA, and DHS were going to purchase them but later reconsidered.

Though, if the tech has been developed and the bands made I can't see them all being confined to a trashcan. Someone will have a use for them.