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    The followings are excerpted from Sue Arrigo's case 20:

    Quote Skull and Bones Founded the CIA

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    There are only 15 new members of the Skull and Bones Death Worship Cult initiated each year; 150 every 10 years, 300 in the age range of 45 to 65. Since the population of the US is about 300 million, there is a 1 in a million or 0.000,0001 probability of a Skull and Bones man in that picture. However, in statistics we give the first such case the benefit of the doubt of coincidence and call it the index case. The probability that there was not a conspiracy involving Skull and Bones founding the CIA is the probability that the next three Skull and Bonesmen in the room were there by chance alone. That probability is 1 in a million cubed or 0.000,000,000,000,000,001. In short, this photo proves beyond a reasonable doubt that Skull and Bones was behind the founding of the CIA.

    That does not exclude other co-conspirators in the legislative coup that in my opinion overthrew American democracy, such as the Rockefeller Family. The CIA specializes in rigging elections and does its best even in the US. Its success in that arena is proven by the US no longer having an audit-able paper trail of the votes (read Black Box Voting book free at www.blackboxvoting.org not .com). It is also proven by the fact that the voter was robbed of meaningful choice in Presidential elections by having the candidates allied with secret societies. And it is proven by the public’s wanting health care, a modicum of job security, better schools, etc. ignored election after election. The Council on Foreign Relations represents the interests of powerful bankers like the Rockefellers, not the interests of the man on the street. When was the last time you had a vote at one of their meetings? They are not in favor of democracy or freedom, except as words to get others to do as they want. See the books Profits Not People and Manufacturing Consent by Noam Chomsky or the excellent 167-minute documentary Manufacturing Consent at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5631882395226827730&hl=en

    Both Bushes, Clinton, and Kerry are members of Skull and Bones. The chance of all 4 of them being the nominees for President without a conspiracy to accomplish it is 0.000,000,000,000,000,001 i.e. less than 1 in a quadrillion. Watergate was the tip of the iceberg in the CIA’s efforts to rig US elections. We had two men with integrity, without ties to financial scandals, running for election, Ralph Nader, and Ron Paul. Neither could get the nomination because they did not have the blessing of the Rockefellers , Bushes and their CIA. The CIA was set up to protect their illegal business operations and hide them from the public.

    The Charter for the CIA was written by Bonesman Robert Lovett. Many of the early top officials in the CIA were members of Skull and Bones, including the Chief of Counter-Intelligence, Angleton, and the Director of Personnel. Those were key positions to ensure that only the people Skull and Bones wanted in the CIA got into it and the ability to kick out those that they decided to get rid of. Angleton often got rid of people. Outsiders attributed that to his being paranoid about the Soviets. Since he was a very early boss of mine, I was able to form my own opinion from the inside. It appeared to me that he was getting rid of people who objected to the CIA being run by Skull and Bones or who objected to the CIA seizing control of the US govt. behind the scenes.

    Just what is Skull and Bones? Read these pages and you will begin to understand the danger of allowing politicians to have loyalties to a secret society.

    A History of Skull and Bones Rituals Recalled From their Own Archives

    They practice Christianity with their lips, and Satanism by their deeds. Some of them are mind controlled into amnesia by the trauma and drugs at the initial ceremony and do not even know later that they are Satanists. Others do know. I would say that about 20 percent are fully aware that what they are doing is evil and wrong and just don't know how to stop it. About 50% know what they are doing but deny that it is evil. They excuse it as their right to be pagan and uninhibited. Then about 10 percent are full multiples and are clueless in their overt personality as to what they are doing in their covert personalities. Then about another 20 percent are too lazy and apathetic to think about what they are doing. They are just doing it because others do it. (See the last section below “Protecting yourself from blackmail”, if you have fallen into one of these traps).

    The CIA did find methods to make over 90% of people criminals without a discernible conscience. They started with the basic Skull and Bone’s ritual and had already made some improvements in it by the time Rodman Rockefeller tasked me to look into the issue. He was not happy with the almost 10% failure rate. Ops were run on Congressmen, CEO’s, and foreign dignitaries. Having to kill 10% of them soon after inviting them to a “DC Party” was a high security risk--- someone might notice and leak that to a part of the press which was not well controlled. So, Rodman was very anxious that the “failure rate”get below 5%.

    Rodman brought me the historical records from the Skull and Bone’s Crypt. That included a blood smear on paper for each of the major rituals, and also financial records, and diaries. There was also an official registry of deaths, the names of the victims was occasionally listed as unknown. In the 1830’s, the basic Skull and Bone’s ritual was to rape/sodomize and then kill a victim with a knife, in no particular order. The victim was often a black person in those years, and a young virginal person was favored. The Klu Klux Klan was doing much the same thing with an emphasis on hanging. They were not so concerned with hiding their crimes, except for their rape of the women and girls. And they hid that because of their racism, not because of any great concern for being caught. In the 1830’s, one could buy a black slave and kill him/her with few people so much as raising an eyebrow. Yale, though in the North, was an enclave of racism and slave-owner bravado. Many of the buildings are named after prominent slave owners. The first sex slaves used in their crypt were blacks or mulattos. Before the Civil War sometimes they had been able to get a black person from the Yale police station for free by just mentioning “their need” to the police. Over time that changed, because the Civil War came and went. The victims continued to be mainly blacks with a rare American Indian—but they were harder to come by. One had to stalk and abduct one, or purchase one on the black market and smuggle one in.

    […]

    During most of the years of Skull and Bones, the average number of murders committed by the Bonesmen students was about 3 a year. There was one year in which no one at all was killed, but that was judged to be a mistake later. People attributed the “loose tongues” to the ritual not being effective without a human sacrifice. I doubt that that was due to the “occult effectiveness” of human sacrifice, so much as the psychological affect of it. It could cause one to think twice before opening one’s mouth. One class tried to kill a person a month, much like the later “Get a man” fundraiser.

    […]

    The man sacrificed was the one judged most likely to spill the beans or who had talked the most. That meant that for at least a year each member lived in fear of death. The diaries were solemn affairs brooding over death. The rituals were not killing the innocent, but a partner in the various other crimes that they committed together, which were many. Those crimes were competitions in stealing horses, buggies, and breaking into buildings on campus. The ritual itself at that point was to quickly cut the throat of the classmate, drain his blood into a basin, add 50% hard spirits, drink it, and then sexually violate the body.

    That era came to an end when one of the parents of a sacrificed boy found out about it. The other students in that year were given a choice to serve in WWI or be put in prison. They chose military service. It was a curious choice to give them as the US was not in WWI yet—in fact, no one was. It would take several more years before WWI started. The Bonesmen elders were behind schedule in getting it off the ground. Per the documents in the Rockefeller Archive much preparation had been done to ensure a world war. It was a relative of a VIP that had been killed, I believe, albeit a fairly unimportant one. He was considered a runt in the family, a distant cousin, and a “tag-along good-for-nothing” by the other boys forced to accept him as a member. He had furthermore a limp left over from an attack of polio, if I remember correctly, and lacked the athletic charisma that the others wanted Skull and Bones to be known for on campus.

    […]

    During WWI, the diaries were filled with war news, particularly war news that came from the Bonesmen on the front about eating the hearts of the enemies. Ironically, having killed one of their own, the Bonesmen students had divided over who should take the blame for offing the runt. The choice had been a democratic one, a secret vote written on scraps of human skin from previous victims. One man complained that his scrap being from a black man had been hard to read. He complained that he may have been deprived of a vote because others voted on white dried skin and were more legible. Out of that discussion, it was revealed that the Bonesmen were in the habit of skinning their victims and making parchment from their hides. They used a different victim for each voting slip. Furthermore, they used parchments sometimes as “blankets” to sleep under to prove that they were not afraid of death. They were already living in the midst of many human bones in the crypt. Given that their fellow Bonesmen were in the trenches in WWI violating bodies when they could, it is perhaps no surprise that things in the crypt got more macabre. It got weirder than that and I will not go further to spare the reader.

    The next standard ritual in the 1920’s was for them to sacrifice a young white girl who was a virgin by first gang raping her and then cutting out her heart and eating it raw. The girl captured was often the daughter of their father’s business competitor to help cut off his blood line. These were girls that they saw at cotillions in the hey days of the 1920’s when girls were no longer well chaperoned. The Bonesmen voted on who they wanted to capture, often deciding on 2-3 girls and abducting them over the course of a year. Because they wanted a sex slave to have sex with during the whole year, they went to abducting 2 and sacrificing one quickly and enslaving the other. She was then sacrificed when they got tired of her, and another girl was abducted. In about 1926, one girl escaped after a two-month long episode of being raped nightly and went to the police. Her wealthy family accompanied her. The Bonesmen, on discovering that, used their powerful contacts to call in the National Guard. The police station was set on fire and burned down with the girl, the family, and the police inside! The young men were told by their Bonesmen elders to be more careful; the locks on the crypt were redone. For a few days after that, the diary entries were morose again—some of the men had had their allowance cut because they had “gotten caught”. There was no moral embarrassment at the deed of enslaving the girl, only at the work their parents had had to go to in order to clean up the problem.

    After that, the Bonesmen fathers picked who was allowed to be in charge of the policemen in the neighborhood of Yale and eventually in the whole state, just for good measure. After a Harvard girl of very wealthy parents disappeared into the crypt in about 1932, never to be seen again alive, the fathers extended their coverage to Massachusetts. By the end of WWII, they bragged that they had 24 States sewn up against possible murder reports originating from their activities that included drug running and the stealing of girls to sell into sexual slavery. Because the stealing and selling of American children as sex slaves increased, they needed more men to do the kidnapping and transporting of them. It was also helpful to have a border with another country close by to skip over, if one side got onto you.


    Children and most adults are in the dark about the dangers of Secret Societies. They are secret because others would not approve of the criminal or mind control aspects of them.

    There is nothing nice about being tortured, raped, and enslaved by others. So, Skull and Bones has tried to make to look cool or fun. But any group that one joins that terrorizes its members in an initiation ceremony and threatens to kill them if they talk, go to the police, or try to leave its control, is a criminal organization. The Mafia, the KKK, and street gangs are much the same as Skull and Bones; they all require their members to commit crimes so that they have a blackmail hold over them.
    A certain Col. Russell Williams comes to mind… the Pickton pig farm as well… and I hate to think that the Oslo massacre was an induction ceremony…
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    Put the above together with the followings and you get an idea of what this world is at...


    Quote Twilight Of The Psychopaths

    by Dr. Kevin Barrett
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    “Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we're being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I'm liable to be put away as insane for expressing that. That's what's insane about it.”
    – John Lennon, before his murder by CIA mind-control subject Mark David Chapman

    When Gandhi was asked his opinion of Western civilization he said it would be a good idea. But that oft-cited quote, is misleading, assuming as it does that civilization is an unmitigated blessing.

    Civilized people, we are told, live peacefully and cooperatively with their fellows, sharing the necessary labour in order to obtain the leisure to develop arts and sciences. And while that would be a good idea, it is not a good description of what has been going on in the so-called advanced cultures during the past 8,000 years.

    Civilization, as we know it, is largely the creation of psychopaths. All civilizations, our own included, have been based on slavery and “warfare.” Incidentally, the latter term is a euphemism for mass murder.

    The prevailing recipe for civilization is simple:
    1. Use lies and brainwashing to create an army of controlled, systematic mass murderers
    2. Use that army to enslave large numbers of people (i.e. seize control of their labour power and its fruits)
    3. Use that slave labour power to improve the brainwashing process (by using the economic surplus to employ scribes, priests, and PR men). Then go back to step one and repeat the process.


    Psychopaths have played a disproportionate role in the development of civilization, because they are hard-wired to lie, kill, injure, and generally inflict great suffering on other humans without feeling any remorse. The inventor of civilization — the first tribal chieftain who successfully brainwashed an army of controlled mass murderers—was almost certainly a genetic psychopath.

    Since that momentous discovery, psychopaths have enjoyed a significant advantage over non-psychopaths in the struggle for power in civilizational hierarchies — especially military hierarchies.

    Military institutions are tailor-made for psychopathic killers. The 5% or so of human males who feel no remorse about killing their fellow human beings make the best soldiers. And the 95% who are extremely reluctant to kill make terrible soldiers — unless they are brainwashed with highly sophisticated modern techniques that turn them (temporarily it is hoped) into functional psychopaths.

    In On Killing, Lt. Col. Dave Grossman has re-written military history, to highlight what other histories hide: The fact that military science is less about strategy and technology, than about overcoming the instinctive human reluctance to kill members of our own species.

    The true “Revolution in Military Affairs” was not Donald Rumsfeld’s move to high-tech in 2001, but Brigadier Gen. S.L.A. Marshall’s discovery in the 1940s that only 15-20% of World War II soldiers along the line of fire would use their weapons:

    “Those (80-85%) who did not fire did not run or hide (in many cases they were willing to risk great danger to rescue comrades, get ammunition, or run messages), but they simply would not fire their weapons at the enemy, even when faced with repeated waves of banzai charges”
    (Grossman, p. 4).

    Marshall’s discovery and subsequent research, proved that in all previous wars, a tiny minority of soldiers — the 5% who are natural-born psychopaths, and perhaps a few temporarily-insane imitators—did almost all the killing.

    Normal men just went through the motions and, if at all possible, refused to take the life of an enemy soldier, even if that meant giving up their own. The implication: Wars are ritualized mass murders by psychopaths of non-psychopaths. (This cannot be good for humanity’s genetic endowment!)

    Marshall’s work, brought a Copernican revolution to military science. In the past, everyone believed that the soldier willing to kill for his country was the (heroic) norm, while one who refused to fight was a (cowardly) aberration. The truth, as it turned out, was that the normative soldier hailed from the psychopathic five percent.

    The sane majority, would rather die than fight.

    The implication, too frightening for even the likes of Marshall and Grossman to fully digest, was that the norms for soldiers’ behavior in battle had been set by psychopaths. That meant that psychopaths were in control of the military as an institution.

    Worse, it meant that psychopaths were in control of society’s perception of military affairs. Evidently, psychopaths exercised an enormous amount of power in seemingly sane, normal society.

    How could that be?
    In Political Ponerology, Andrzej Lobaczewski explains that clinical psychopaths enjoy advantages even in non-violent competitions to climb the ranks of social hierarchies. Because they can lie without remorse (and without the telltale physiological stress that is measured by lie detector tests) psychopaths can always say whatever is necessary to get what they want.

    In court, for example, psychopaths can tell extreme bald-faced lies in a plausible manner, while their sane opponents are handicapped by an emotional predisposition to remain within hailing distance of the truth. Too often, the judge or jury imagines that the truth must be somewhere in the middle, and then issues decisions that benefit the psychopath. As with judges and juries, so too with those charged with decisions concerning who to promote and who not to promote in corporate, military and governmental hierarchies.

    The result is that all hierarchies inevitably become top-heavy with psychopaths

    [...]


    Continue here: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/sociopol_ponerology08.htm
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    The end result...

    How Every Part of American Life Became a Police Matter


    From the workplace to our private lives, American society is starting to resemble a police state.

    By Chase Madar, Mon Dec. 9, 2013 2:09 PM GMT


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    This story first appeared on the TomDispatch website.

    If all you've got is a hammer, then everything starts to look like a nail. And if police and prosecutors are your only tool, sooner or later everything and everyone will be treated as criminal. This is increasingly the American way of life, a path that involves "solving" social problems (and even some non-problems) by throwing cops at them, with generallydisastrous results. Wall-to-wall criminal law encroaches ever more on everyday life as police power is applied in ways that would have been unthinkable just a generation ago.

    By now, the militarization of the police has advanced to the point where "the War on Crime" and "the War on Drugs" are no longer metaphors but bland understatements. There is the proliferation of heavily armed SWAT teams, even in small towns; the use of shock-and-awe tactics to bust small-time bookies; the no-knock raids to recover trace amounts of drugs that often result in the killing of family dogs, if not family members; and in communities where drug treatment programs once were key, the waging of a drug version of counterinsurgency war. (All of this is ably reported on journalist Radley Balko's blog and in his book, The Rise of the Warrior Cop.) But American over-policing involves far more than the widely reported up-armoring of your local precinct. It's also the way police power has entered the DNA of social policy, turning just about every sphere of American life into a police matter.


    The School-to-Prison Pipeline
    It starts in our schools, where discipline is increasingly outsourced to police personnel. What not long ago would have been seen as normal childhood misbehavior—doodling on a desk, farting in class, a kindergartener's tantrum—can leave a kid in handcuffs, removed from school, or even booked at the local precinct. Such "criminals" can be as young as seven-year-old Wilson Reyes, a New Yorker who was handcuffed and interrogated under suspicion of stealing five dollars from a classmate. (Turned out he didn't do it.)

    Though it's a national phenomenon, Mississippi currently leads the way in turning school behavior into a police issue. The Hospitality State has imposed felony charges on schoolchildren for "crimes" like throwing peanuts on a bus. Wearing the wrong color belt to school got one child handcuffed to a railing for several hours. All of this goes under the rubric of "zero-tolerance" discipline, which turns out to be just another form of violence legally imported into schools.

    Despite a long-term drop in youth crime, the carceral style of education remains in style. Metal detectors—a horrible way for any child to start the day—are installed in ever more schools, even those with sterling disciplinary records, despite the demonstrable fact that such scanners provide no guarantee against shootings and stabbings.

    Every school shooting, whether in Sandy Hook, Connecticut, or Littleton, Colorado, only leads to more police in schools and more arms as well. It's the one thing the National Rifle Association and Democratic senators can agree on. There are plenty of successful ways to run an orderly school without criminalizing the classroom, but politicians and much of the media don't seem to want to know about them. The "school-to-prison pipeline," a jargon term coined by activists, is entering the vernacular.

    Go to Jail, Do Not Pass Go
    Even as simple a matter as getting yourself from point A to point B can quickly become a law enforcement matter as travel and public space are ever more aggressively policed. Waiting for a bus? Such loitering just got three Rochester youths arrested. Driving without a seat belt can easily escalate into an arrest, even if the driver is a state judge. (Notably, all four of these men were black.) If the police think you might be carrying drugs, warrantless body cavity searches at the nearest hospital may be in the offing—you will be sent the bill later.

    Air travel entails increasingly intimate pat-downs and arbitrary rules that many experts see as nothing more than "security theater." As for staying at home, it carries its own risks as Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates found out when a Cambridge police officer mistook him for a burglar and hauled him away—a case that is hardly unique.

    Overcriminalization at Work
    Office and retail work might seem like an unpromising growth area for police and prosecutors, but criminal law has found its way into the white-collar workplace, too. Just ask Georgia Thompson, a Wisconsin state employee targeted by a federal prosecutor for the "crime" of incorrectly processing a travel agency's bid for state business. She spent four months in a federal prison before being sprung by a federal court. Or Judy Wilkinson, hauled away in handcuffs by an undercover cop for serving mimosas without a license to the customers in her bridal shop. Or George Norris, sentenced to 17 months in prison for selling orchids without the proper paperwork to an undercover federal agent.

    Increasingly, basic economic transactions are being policed under the purview of criminal law. In Arkansas, for instance, Human Rights Watch reports that a new law funnels delinquent (or allegedly delinquent) rental tenants directly to the criminal courts, where failure to pay up can result in quick arrest and incarceration, even though debtor's prison as an institution was supposed to have ended in the nineteenth century.

    And the mood is spreading. Take the asset bubble collapse of 2008 and the rising cries of progressives for the criminal prosecution of Wall Street perpetrators, as if a fundamentally sound financial system had been abused by a small number of criminals who were running free after the debacle. Instead of pushing a debate about how to restructure our predatory financial system, liberals in their focus on individual prosecution are aping the punitive zeal of the authoritarians. A few high-profile prosecutions for insider trading (which had nothing to do with the last crash) have, of course, not changed Wall Street one bit.

    Criminalizing Immigration
    The past decade has also seen immigration policy ingested by criminal law. According to another Human Rights Watch report—their US division is increasingly busy—federal criminal prosecutions of immigrants for illegal entry have surged from 3,000 in 2002 to 48,000 last year. This novel application of police and prosecutors has broken up families and fueled the expansion of for-profit detention centers, even as it has failed to show any stronger deterrent effect on immigration than the civil law system that preceded it. Thanks to Arizona's SB 1070 bill, police in that state are now licensed to stop and check the papers of anyone suspected of being undocumented—that is, who looks Latino.

    Meanwhile, significant parts of the US-Mexico border are now militarized (as increasingly is the Canadian border), including what seem to resemble free-fire zones. And if anyone were to leave bottled water for migrants illegally crossing the desert and in danger of death from dehydration, that good Samaritan should expect to face criminal charges, too. Intensified policing with aggressive targets for arrests and deportations are guaranteed to be a part of any future bipartisan deal on immigration reform.

    Digital Over-Policing
    As for the Internet, for a time it was terra nova and so relatively free of a steroidal law enforcement presence. Not anymore. The late Aaron Swartz, a young Internet genius and activist affiliated with Harvard University, was caught downloading masses of scholarly articles (all publicly subsidized) from an open network on the MIT campus. Swartz was federally prosecuted under the capacious Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for violating a "terms and services agreement"—a transgression that anyone who has ever disabled a cookie on his or her laptop has also, technically, committed. Swartz committed suicide earlier this year while facing a possible 50-year sentence and up to a million dollars in fines.

    Since the summer, thanks to whistleblowing contractor Edward Snowden, we have learned a great deal about the way the NSA stops and frisks our (and apparently everyone else's) digital communications, both email and telephonic. The security benefits of such indiscriminate policing are far from clear, despite the government's emphatic but inconsistent assurances otherwise. What comes into sharper focus with every volley of new revelations is the emerging digital infrastructure of what can only be called a police state.

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    and the CIA was created by the Jesuits and now under attack they have put a Jesuit Priest in charge, now this guy knows how to act....
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    and the CIA was created by the Jesuits and now under attack they have put a Jesuit Priest in charge, now this guy knows how to act....
    Was "Skull and Bones" created by the Jesuits? (see OP)
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    Call It What It Is: America Is A Police State

    Brandon Turbeville March 3, 2016


    Over the years in my own articles, I have used the terms “creeping fascism,” “growing police state,” and “descent into totalitarianism” among others to describe the domestic situation in which we find ourselves. I have often written that, if Americans do not stand up to the myriad of laws being passed by federal, state, and local governments we will soon wake up to find ourselves in an Orwellian police state nightmare.

    Now, however, I cringe whenever I read those words in contemporary articles. This is because such warnings are so far past their time they are utterly useless. In fact, they may do more to hurt any potential for change in American society than they do to promote it.

    These warnings work on the supposition that the U.S. is not a police state yet but, if things do not change, it will become one in the future. Thus, the readers are left with the impression that, while their freedoms are being taken away, the police state is somewhere down the road – in the future – and they have plenty of time to entertain themselves until it comes knocking on their door with a uniform and a bright flashing neon sign that says “ATTENTION!!! POLICE STATE!!!”

    But the police state is not coming – it is here.

    The United States is a police state.

    Americans may not be able to admit it to themselves but the military soldiers parading on the streets as police officers, police-operated tanks, and horrifying number of imprisoned citizens have spoken for them. The number of Americans brutalized physically and mentally by those who are sworn to “serve and protect” are speaking clearly enough.

    The relatively recent concept of “pain compliance,” “rough interrogation,” and “rough rides” coupled with the long held tradition but fast increasing commonality of direct beatings, shootings, murders, and “on-site executions” by police in America have had the final say. Since 2003, police have killed more American citizens than were killed by “insurgents” in Iraq, a country whom the US invaded illegally and subsequently imposed a reign of terror upon.

    The United States is now a country where millions of people are locked away in inhuman conditions of confinement, the overwhelming majority of them for crimes in which there was no victim.

    From the federal, state, and local levels, behavior previously considered normal and innocuous is now mandated and regulated by a tangled web of government agencies. Of course, any disagreement or defiance of those mandates will result in a clash from the militarized police forces mentioned above and an eventual confinement to a cage where the offender is treated like an animal at best.

    In the United States of 2016, children are regularly removed from parents by the State simply because of the parents’ economic status, political beliefs, or methods of upbringing. Surely no country that imprisons as many people as America, “enforces” oppressive law with military-style troops, and snatches children away from loving homes simply because those homes are not the ideal model of what the state desires can be called a free country.

    With the recent increase of PC fascism enveloping the nation, even free speech and expression, no matter how ineffectual, is becoming regularly silenced by the long arm of the law.

    Children are being routinely arrested for acting out in elementary school while citizens learn that their first “duty” in America is to “obey” police authority lest they be subject to brutal takedowns, torture, and possibly death.

    This is the America many warned about years ago when they protested the militarization of police but were met with responses citing “officer safety” and “growing crime rates.” It is the America they warned about when they opposed the drug war but were met with programmed responses of a “drug-addicted youth” and “drug-related crimes.” It is the America many could see coming a mile away when the State-sponsored threat of terrorism was used to justify any and all means of “keeping us safe” and providing “security” to the frightened citizens of the world empire.

    Those warnings were ignored and now we have the result.

    It is now time to call the United States what it is – a police state.


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    Nick Guarino predicted 9/11 indirectly by specifically claiming that the DOW would experience the biggest drop in its 80 year history months in advance (of 9/11) saying it would drop AT LEAST 1000 points...

    and he was absolutely right (and therefore proved he MUST HAVE KNOWN ABOUT 9/11) ...anyhoo... he also said back then the US would become a police state when the economy crashed... i.e. this has been in the planning phase for decades... all the G7 countries are following suit... this is their solution to managing the economy... it's all commercial warfare... they are going to try and crash the Russian and Chinese economies by strangling their export based growth and by dumping the fall out on the people (sureties for the "taxpayer" (Corporate juristic PERSON... Corporate Sole) ...

    This is the price we pay for not agreeing to kill more people in other countries... (how their "logic" works...)
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    Cops swiping credit cards is not unreasonable search – court



    https://www.rt.com/usa/346173-credit...ampaign=chrome


    I thought this was alll a joke when someone sent me the following email below... but I found the link above (on RT of course... the so called propaganda network... maybe they know my email friend... ; - o ... this is what used to be called...

    HIGHWAY ROBBERY... and now society has reached the level of sophistication we are apportioning a huge percentage of our tax dollars to insist that underecated thugs with immunity from the law that we gave them now commercially rape us up the arse...


    WARNING!!! IF YOU GET PULLED OVER BY THE POLICE IN THE UNITED STATES, THE FIRST THING YOU DO IS ROLL UP YOUR WINDOWS, LOCK YOUR DOORS, AND DESTROY YOUR CREDIT AND BANK CARDS ON THE SPOT, BEFORE THEY BREAK YOUR WINDOW AND GRAB THEM (and they will) EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT A CRIMINAL BECAUSE THEY NOW HAVE THE RIGHT TO DRAIN THEM ON THE SPOT. DO IT OR YOU WILL BE SORRY, BECAUSE THE SO-CALLED COURT PROCEEDING TO GET YOUR MONEY BACK IS A SCAM!
    Now that they are draining bank accounts and credit cards, it proves "asset forfeiture" was NEVER ABOUT STOPPING DRUGS TO BEGIN WITH. It was always straight up theft, pure and simple!
    Now some police in America will scan your bank cards and drain them to zero!

    Here is how it works: The police pull you over, and have a polite conversation with you that you cannot opt out of. If you do anything to keep your personal details private, and they find out about it, they handcuff you, take all your credit cards and bank cards, and all cash you have on you and drain them to zero with a special bank card machine that will do it even without your passwords and pins. They do not need to find drugs on you, or have any evidence of a crime.

    In other words, if you have a Visa with a $5,000 limit, and you have only $200 charged to it, they will take $4,800 off of it and stick you with the whole $5,000 and tell you to explain to a court why you have a legitimate reason to have your money or you won't get it back. "explaining to a court" is the new bench mark, not whether or not you committed a crime. Obviously nothing will be returned, and you will additionally be stuck with court costs. This exceeds all level of corruption ever seen in any state or nation ever in the history of the world. It is fairly safe now to say the police are an enemy that can be dealt with harshly on sight. SEE THIS:
    "Now, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol has a device that also allows them to seize money in your bank account or on prepaid cards.
    It's called an ERAD, or Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machine, and state police began using 16 of them last month.

    Here's how it works. If a trooper suspects you may have money tied to some type of crime, the highway patrol can scan any cards you have and seize the money.
    "We're gonna look for different factors in the way that you're acting," Oklahoma Highway Patrol Lt. John Vincent said. "We're gonna look for if there's a difference in your story. If there's someway that we can prove that you're falsifying information to us about your business." (my comment - why is your business their business anyway, and why would you have to tell them anything, outside of a court of law? Their take on this is just a scam to justify theft.)
    Troopers insist this isn't just about seizing cash.

    "I know that a lot of people are just going to focus on the seizing money. That's a very small thing that' s happening now. The largest part that we have found ... the biggest benefit has been the identity theft," Vincent said.

    "If you can prove can prove that you have a legitimate reason to have that money it will be given back to you. And we've done that in the past," Vincent said about any money seized.
    MY RESPONSE: You have to prove your "legitimate reason" in court, which will cost you dearly. And the statement "we've done that in the past" really means: FAT CHANCE YOU WILL SUCCEED, BUT SOMEONE DID, ONCE.

    I have checked this, and it is not just savings accounts and prepaid cards, if you have a Visa gold card, they will charge that to the max as well, strapping you with whatever debt goes with it. Let's say you have 10 credit cards, and most are just for emergencies. They will drain every damn one of them and could easily strap you with over $50,000 in debt. It is REBELLION TIME, the police now have absolutely no right to be safe anywhere they are, even in their own beds.

    I REPEAT: IF YOU ARE PULLED OVER FOR A TRAFFIC STOP AND HAVE NO CRIMINAL RECORD WHATSOEVER AND NO DRUGS OR ANYTHING ELSE ILLEGAL,AND YOU ANSWER A QUESTION WRONG EVEN IF IT IS AS SIMPLE AS YOUR DOG'S NAME, AND YOU HAVE CREDIT CARDS OR A BANK CARD LINKED TO AN ACCOUNT WITH MONEY IN IT, THEY WILL STEAL IT 100 PERCENT, EVEN IF IT IS YOUR LIFE SAVINGS AND IT IS A HUGE SUM OF MONEY, THE SKY IS THE LIMIT AND YOU DO NOT HAVE TO COMMIT ANY SORT OF CRIME TO TRIGGER IT. PEOPLE LET THEM GET AWAY WITH ASSET FORFIETURE, AND THEY THEREFORE TOOK IT TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL. YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE CARRYING CASH ANYMORE, THEY WILL STEAL YOUR RETIREMENT, SAVINGS, AND ENTIRE CREDIT LIMIT IN A SINGLE TRAFFIC STOP.
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    Quote Posted by sigma6 (here)
    Cops swiping credit cards is not unreasonable search – court

    https://www.rt.com/usa/346173-credit...ampaign=chrome

    I thought this was alll a joke when someone sent me the following email below... but I found the link above (on RT of course... the so called propaganda network... maybe they know my email friend... ; - o ... this is what used to be called...
    [...]
    The above e-mail is from a Jim Stone article (scroll down to find it)... check this thread as well: USA No Longer A Police State: A Bona Fide Mafia Racket State... For Your Protection !
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    so... Today..... (please note I am the token white family in the black neighborhood)... police are swarming in south kc... 5 streets blocked off for 2 tanks and drone practice in the school yard the next street over from MY HOUSE... wow... should I be scared??????

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    Let me 'shake your hand' for these observations....
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    When the fiction of "dirty cops" movies becomes the everyday reality:

    While 34 innocent people are set free, a second video of Baltimore cops planting evidence surfaces

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    A second video showing Baltimore cops manufacturing evidence has been discovered and it's already prompted another dropped case.

    After their department gained national shame last week over a video showing an officer plant drugs to frame an innocent man while his fellow cops watched, the Baltimore police department is now under fire again. This time, the Baltimore Public Defender's office has a second video that allegedly "appears to depict multiple officers working together to manufacture evidence."

    Last week, it was announced that nearly three dozen people will have their charges dropped after the video of Officer Richard Pinheiro showed him planting drugs while Officers Hovhannes Simonyan and Jamal Brunson stood by and did nothing.

    Following the public release of the video, 34 cases were immediately dismissed that relied on the testimony of Pinheiro, Simonyan and Brunson. Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby noted that just 12 of the cases have enough evidence to continue moving forward, while an additional 77 are under review.

    Pinheiro has since been suspended, while Simonyan and Brunson have only been placed on administrative duty.
    The new video involves different officers, the public defender's office said. The officers were not named.

    Melissa Rothstein, a spokeswoman for the public defender's office, said the latest video shows a co-defendant of her office's client. That person is not represented by the public defender's office. Therefore, the office is not releasing the footage, she said.

    The public defender's office said the related case that was dropped Monday involved seven officers, though Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby's office has only referred two officers to the police department's Internal Affairs division.

    Melba Saunders, a spokeswoman for Mosby, confirmed prosecutors had referred two officers to Internal Affairs, saying they "had questions" about the video. But she also urged caution in assessing the officers' actions "as deceptive and/or a credibility issue" before a thorough review is conducted.
    "Pending the Baltimore Police Department's investigation pertaining to the officer's conduct, the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office is requesting postponements on all cases involving the officers," Saunders said. "We look forward to continuing the advancement and pursuit of justice for all."

    However, even after prosecutors watched Pinheiro plant the evidence in the video, they still had him testify in another case, just days later. So, the idea that they are working toward the "advancement and pursuit of justice for all," is laughable.

    "They had knowledge. They watched it and were appalled by what was on the video, and then for whatever reason made the choice to continue to call him as a witness," said Public Defender Debbie Katz Levi.

    Exactly why he wasn't immediately arrested and thrown in jail after being seen on his own body camera planting drugs to frame an innocent man remains a mystery. And now, the Baltimore police department is being tight lipped on this new video once again.

    Levi, who heads the special litigation section in the Baltimore public defender office, slammed Mosby's office for a "lack of transparency" about the number of videos of concern that have been found, according to the Sun.

    "The lack of transparency to the public and refusal to disclose to the defense both prejudices defendants and violates the prosecutor's constitutional obligations," Levi said. "Hundreds of individuals are awaiting trial on cases that rely on these officers, and hundreds more have likely been convicted based on their testimony."

    As you watch the video below, remember Levi's words above - "hundreds of individuals" have been kidnapped and caged by these cops. Some of them are fathers and mothers, who had their lives ruined because of it. Still, somehow, authorities in Baltimore still refer to this entire process as 'justice.'

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    I couldn't find any of these badges / patches. I have experience with California and Arizona police departments, so did a little digging as I couldn't remember the badges being like this. Not saying anyone is lying but the PD badges that I have seen are not like that. I include a link to all the different county badges for California and Arizona.

    https://www.google.com/search?biw=97...JbzE-k#imgrc=_

    https://www.google.com/search?biw=97...55._iYic784wFQ
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    Nasu. I noticed the police badges that you linked to were all city or county police. Herve's badges are almost all state police.
    I am enlightened, ............ Oh wait. That's just the police shining their spotlights on me.

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    Nasu. I noticed the police badges that you linked to were all city or county police. Herve's badges are almost all state police.
    Good notice. So I did a search for California and Arizona STATE police badges, I still can't see any with the masonic symbol. I originally noticed the CHIPS badge or California Highway Patrol badge, again it looks different... N

    https://www.google.com/search?q=ariz...iw=970&bih=613

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    Try this search: [arizona police patches, masonic history]

    https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&....0.DepK7H1NNoA

    Yes... Google can be your friend... sometimes

    It seems that, indeed, Arizona police departments escaped the Masonic stamp... only the "Department of Public Safety" got it
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    Try this search: [arizona police patches, masonic history]

    https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&....0.DepK7H1NNoA

    Yes... Google can be your friend... sometimes

    It seems that, indeed, Arizona police departments escaped the Masonic stamp... only the "Department of Public Safety" got it
    Good call, my mistake. Thanks Hervé. Seems like the US is absolutely SQUARE after all...x... N

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    hey herve, the only place i have heard of people talking about signs and symbols in "religious" texts is in the book of mormon, where it talks about secret codes and combinations about gadiantons robbers. have you found where it talks about people having symbols , hand shakes, codes and combinations as being a bad thing in religious or historic texts other than the book of mormon?

    To reiterate, not modern day opinons...maybe modern day research of "ancient" forms of communication. Has this turned into the mafia/secret society state we have today in usa
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