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January 19, 2018, 04:38:56 AM
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See Above ^^^.

Still in jail...Drug War. Fear. Libertarians. #TimesUp





Written by Adam Kokesh Date: 01-18-2018 Subject: Adam vs The Man

If there is no victim, there is no crime; for possession itself is never a crime. If you falsely arrest someone who has committed no crime, then YOU are the criminal. In the drug war, those who have chosen the side of Darwin instead of the side of the people, are the criminal aggressors standing on the wrong side of history, and they will be judged for the evil they have wrought upon this earth.

Today is Thursday January 18th, 2018 and you are listening to ADAM VS THE MAN coming to you live from cell D-27 at the Wise County Jail in Decatur, Texas behind drug war enemy lines. For 3 days I have been denied my basic human rights as a prisoner of the United States and international law. I have not been provided any paperwork about my case or my charges despite repeated requests; and I have not been allowed to meet with my attorney. My bail has been set at $80,000 which is to say that an innocent man has been kidnapped by the government and is being held for ransom.


Drug War. Fear. Libertarians. #TimesUp

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gRNBZ2k6Ik



Read more at http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Article/233224-2018-01-18-still-in-jail-drug-war-fear-libertarians-timesup.htm.


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January 23, 2018, 08:39:05 PM
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Everybody needs many guns to protect themselves from the police.

Unarmed High School Sports Star Killed by Police as He Backed Out of His Own Driveway






Johnson County, KS — A family grieving and a town left in shock after police responded to a welfare check of a beloved high school student Saturday afternoon—and killed him. Blue Valley Northwest High School junior John Albers was unarmed and backing out of his garage when an Overland Park Police Officer opened fire on him, killing him on the spot.

The incident happened on Saturday but the dispatch recordings were released Monday night which paint a picture of what happened. The most crucial part of the picture, however, is missing, and that is why the officer felt the need to kill the 17-year-old wrestling and track star.

Naturally, the officer is claiming that he feared for his life as the teen backed out of the garage, so he had no other choice but to kill him. Apparently, stepping sideways was not an option.

Police said that "as the responding officers approached the residence to make contact, the garage door opened and a vehicle exited the garage, moving rapidly toward one of the responding officers. The officer discharged his service weapon striking the male driver," the statement said. "The driver died at the scene."

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Indeed, while many people think police killings are reserved for a certain section of society, as Albers’ case illustrates, it can happen anywhere.


Read more and watch the videos at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/welfare-check-police-kill-unarmed-teen/.


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January 23, 2018, 08:45:12 PM
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Things Are Getting Worse, Not Better:
Round Ups, Checkpoints and National ID Cards






"The roundups are getting worse. The checkpoints are getting worse. The harassment is getting worse. The things we were worried would happen are happening."—Angus Johnston, professor at the City University of New York

No one is safe.

No one is immune.

No one gets spared the anguish, fear and heartache of living under the shadow of an authoritarian police state.

That's the message being broadcast 24/7 to the citizens and residents of the American police state with every new piece of government propaganda, every new law that criminalizes otherwise lawful activity, every new policeman on the beat, every new surveillance camera casting a watchful eye, every sensationalist news story that titillates and distracts, every new prison or detention center built to house troublemakers and other undesirables, every new court ruling that gives government agents a green light to strip and steal and rape and ravage the citizenry, every school that opts to indoctrinate rather than educate, and every new justification for why Americans should comply with the government's attempts to trample the Constitution underfoot.

Here in Amerika, things are getting worse—not better—as the nation inches ever closer towards totalitarianism, that goose-stepping form of tyranny in which the government has all of the power and "we the people" have none.

Take what happened recently in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

On Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, immigration agents boarded a Greyhound bus heading to downtown Miami from Orlando and demanded that all passengers provide proof of residence or citizenship. One grandmother, traveling by bus to meet her granddaughter for the first time, was arrested and taken off the bus when she couldn't provide proof of residency.

No word on whether that grandmother was actually in the country illegally.

All we know is that the woman didn't have proof of identification or residency on her, which is common for many older people who don't happen to drive and have no reason to walk around with a photo ID. According to a study by the Brennan Center for Justice, more than three million Americans don't actually own a government-issued picture ID. That group includes the elderly, the poor, city dwellers, young people, college students, and some rural residents who might not live near a DMV.

This isn't is a new occurrence.

A year ago, passengers arriving in New York's JFK Airport on a domestic flight from San Francisco were ordered to show their "documents" to border patrol agents in order to get off the plane.

With the government empowered to carry out transportation checks to question people about their immigration status within a 100-mile border zone that wraps around the country, you're going to see a rise in these "show your papers" incidents.

That's a problem, and I'll tell you why.

We are not supposed to be living in a "show me your papers" society.

Despite this, the U.S. government has recently introduced measures allowing police and other law enforcement officials to stop individuals (citizens and noncitizens alike), demand they identify themselves, and subject them to patdowns, warrantless searches, and interrogations.

These actions fly in the face of longstanding constitutional safeguards forbidding such police state tactics.

Set aside the debate over illegal immigration for a moment and think long and hard about what it means when government agents start demanding that people show their papers on penalty of arrest.

The problem with allowing government agents to demand identification from anyone they suspect might be an illegal immigrant—the current scheme being employed by the Trump administration to ferret out and cleanse the country of illegal immigrants—is that it lays the groundwork for a society in which you are required to identify yourself to any government worker who demands it.

Such tactics quickly lead one down a slippery slope that ends with government agents empowered to subject anyone—citizen and noncitizen alike—to increasingly intrusive demands that they prove not only that they are legally in the country, but also that they are in compliance with every statute and regulation on the books.

This flies in the face of the provisions of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which declares that all persons have the right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures by government agents. At a minimum, the Fourth Amendment protects the American people from undue government interference with their movement and from baseless interrogation about their identities or activities.

Unless police have reasonable suspicion that  a person is guilty of wrongdoing, they have no legal authority to stop the person and require identification. In other words, "we the people" have the right to come and go as we please without the fear of being questioned by police or forced to identify ourselves.

The Rutherford Institute has issued a Constitutional Q&A on "The Legality of Stop and ID Procedures" that provides some guidance on one's rights if stopped and asked by police to show identification.

Unfortunately, even with legal protections on the books, it's becoming increasingly difficult for the average American to avoid falling in line with a national identification system.


Read more at https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/things_are_getting_worse_not_better_round_ups_checkpoints_and_national.


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January 23, 2018, 08:45:24 PM
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Hmmm Boiling people alive,Beheadings,Throwing people off buildings,Burning alive......You compare ISIS to American cops??

Wheres the logic in this OP?

Yes I agree, where is your login OP? You are clearly trolling and trying to get people to argue.

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January 23, 2018, 08:48:45 PM
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Hmmm Boiling people alive,Beheadings,Throwing people off buildings,Burning alive......You compare ISIS to American cops??

Wheres the logic in this OP?

Yes I agree, where is your login OP? You are clearly trolling and trying to get people to argue.

You just don't get it, do you.

ISIS is expected to do all those things. Much of the violence that they do is in their religion. Cops are expected to do just the opposite. When cops act like ISIS - which they do like many of the posts I have posted in this thread - they are worse than ISIS for just this reason... they aren't supposed to be doing any of it, but ISIS is.

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January 23, 2018, 09:12:07 PM
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Nothing new. US cops always were over zealous. Or maybe they got this from watching too many westerns.
Anyway, thing is that even if you don't call them "sir" they might shoot you.
I understood that they're trained to yell "don't resist", so if there are people watching, they can abuse people without problems. They got no shame.
"Serve and protect". What a joke.

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January 23, 2018, 10:13:32 PM
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I think ISIS are more violent than US cops. ISIS will do anything to kill innocent people. And they don't care if they have killed babies. And they launched terror attacks everywhere in the world.
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January 23, 2018, 10:36:50 PM
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WOW thats a big comparison. ISIS are extremely evil yes! But cops can be douche bags in my experience. Sure some take things to another level, but most are just douchebags.
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January 24, 2018, 12:04:03 AM
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Not all ISIS are bad you know Wink..

I bought my daughter an ISIS TV and still not blew up yet so fingers crossed they are not all bad..

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January 24, 2018, 04:09:25 AM
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Not all ISIS are bad you know Wink..

I bought my daughter an ISIS TV and still not blew up yet so fingers crossed they are not all bad..

ISIS TV 19" HD Ready Digital LED TV ISI-19-913-TVLU: Amazon.co.uk ...
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ready-Digital-ISI-19-913...Television.../B00ADUD64E
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Lol, I am sure that the Television is even spying on you and it is rigged to explode any moment from now and i want to know who in the world is manufacturing electronics with a despicable brand name like this. The US Cops have killed more Americans than ISIS have ever done in their very short reign of power.



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February 27, 2018, 04:25:11 PM
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Stunning development: Students bled out while emergency medical teams...





You've probably been thinking to yourself, "Something doesn't add up" about the Parkland, Florida school shooting. It's becoming increasingly obvious to every intelligent observer that someone wanted to maximize the body count from the shooting. Consider the irrefutable evidence that's been widely reported across the media:

#1) Deputy Scot Peterson stood by and refused to enter the school building even though he was armed and on-site during the entire shooting rampage. This is not in dispute.

#2) In all, four sheriff's deputies stood down, hiding behind their cars and refusing to enter the building, according to numerous media reports including CNN's own Jake Tapper.

#3) Their boss, Sheriff Scott Israel, is a known anti-gun Democrat who has been accused of public corruption for spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxpayer money to conduct "positive spin" P.R. campaigns to make himself look good. He also compares himself to Ghandi, Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King, Jr.

#4) Even the Coral Springs police who rushed to the scene (and rushed into the building) accused the Broward County sheriff's deputies of "dereliction of duty." This was reported by CNN and dozens of other sources.

Now, we learn that emergency responders were ordered to delay entering the building as students bled out, adding to the casualties.

Emergency responders were ordered to stand around and do nothing while students were bleeding out… WTF is going on here?

As reported by Brian Entin from Fox Affiliate WSVN in Miami, emergency responders were orders to stand down, delaying their entry into the school building while students were bleeding out.


Read more at https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-02-26-students-bled-out-while-emergency-medical-teams-were-ordered-to-stand-down.html.


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February 27, 2018, 05:02:20 PM
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Armed and Dangerous: If Police Don't Have to Protect the Public, What Good Are They?





"After a shooting spree, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn't do it. I sure as hell wouldn't want to live in a society where the only people allowed guns are the police and the military."—Author William S. Burroughs

In the American police state, police have a tendency to shoot first and ask questions later.

In fact, police don't usually need much incentive to shoot and kill members of the public.

Police have shot and killed Americans of all ages—many of them unarmed—for standing a certain way, or moving a certain way, or holding something—anything—that police could misinterpret to be a gun, or igniting some trigger-centric fear in a police officer's mind that has nothing to do with an actual threat to their safety.

In recent years, Americans have been killed by police merely for standing in a "shooting stance," holding a cell phone, behaving oddly and holding a baseball bat, opening the front door, running in an aggressive manner holding a tree branch, crawling around naked, hunching over in a defensive posture, wearing dark pants and a basketball jersey, driving while deaf, being homeless, brandishing a shoehorn, holding a garden hose, and peeing outdoors.

So when police in Florida had to deal with a 19-year-old embarking on a shooting rampage inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., what did they do?

Nothing.

There were four armed police officers, including one cop who was assigned to the school as a resource officer, on campus during that shooting. All four cops stayed outside the school with their weapons drawn (three of them hid behind their police cars).

Not a single one of those cops, armed with deadly weapons and trained for exactly such a dangerous scenario, entered the school to confront the shooter.

Seventeen people, most of them teenagers, died while the cops opted not to intervene.

Let that sink in a moment.

Now before your outrage bubbles over, consider that the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly affirmed (most recently in 2005) that police have no constitutional duty to protect members of the public from harm.

Yes, you read that correctly.

According to the U.S. Supreme Court, police have no duty, moral or otherwise, to help those in trouble, protect individuals from danger, or risk their own lives to save "we the people."

In other words, you can be outraged that cops in Florida did nothing to stop the school shooter, but technically, it wasn't part of their job description.

This begs the question: if the police don't have a duty to protect the public, what are we paying them for? And who exactly do they serve if not you and me?


Read more and click the many links at https://rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/armed_and_dangerous_if_police_dont_have_to_protect_the_public_what_goo.


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February 28, 2018, 03:08:49 AM
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Cops Are Taking People's Firearms, Selling Them to Make a Profit and It's 100% Legal





As calls for gun control increase among the parties that claim it would put an end to mass shootings, an investigation is revealing that state sheriff's deputies are taking the firearms they have seized from individuals and re-selling them to generate revenue—only to find that some of the guns go on to be used in other crimes.

According to the results of an investigation reported by the Associated Press, in the state of Washington alone, "more than a dozen of the guns sold by law enforcement since 2010 ended up in new crimes."

The firearms are also typically sold to arms dealers in large batches, with a recent lot of 331 guns being transferred from the Washington State Patrol to a gun dealer in Knoxville, Tennessee. Included in that batch were at least five assault rifles.

Not only are state police re-selling firearms, they are selling them at cheap prices, ensuring that they will continue to receive revenue in return for the items they obtained for free. As the investigation noted, while a new AR-15 costs between $650 and $950 online, the Thurston County Narcotics Task Force auctioned two of the firearms for $250 and $370 each.

The ArmaLite Rifle, or AR-15, has recently become the most demonized firearm of the moment after it was reportedly used in a school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and while the AP investigation includes the gun in its list of "assault rifles," it should be noted that the AR-15 does not have select-fire capabilities and by definition, is not an assault rifle.


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February 28, 2018, 03:33:20 AM
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I think ISIS are more violent than US cops. ISIS will do anything to kill innocent people. And they don't care if they have killed babies. And they launched terror attacks everywhere in the world.

There is no point in comparing the cops to the ISIS militants. The cops are not favored by the vast majority of the world population. In certain nations such as India and Russia, they behave even worse than the criminals. But that doesn't mean that the ISIS is comparable to them. 

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February 28, 2018, 04:46:31 PM
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Parkland First Responder: I was Told to Stand Down, 'I could have saved lives'





A first responder to the Parkland school shooting claims he was told to stand down and not enter the building to recover victims, which he believes would have saved lives.

Speaking to a WSVN Miami News 7 reporter, an emergency medical responder who was one of the first at the scene, said law enforcement did not follow mass casualty event protocols.

Reporter Brian Entin published comments from the responder – who did not want to be identified for fear of reprisal – on Twitter Saturday.


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February 28, 2018, 06:11:49 PM
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ISIS is terible things. Its will be destroy

But the question is, Will cops be destroyed? After all, since they are worse than ISIS, maybe they are stronger, and maybe it will be a lot harder to destroy them.

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February 28, 2018, 06:18:00 PM
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FBI and Sheriff Either Failed Miserably Before Parkland Shooting… Or Much Worse





We're supposed to trust the government to keep us safe. But the two main law enforcement units that should have protected students against the Parkland shooter failed miserably.

The shooter was handed to the Broward County Sheriff's office and the FBI on a silver platter multiple times. There were tips that specifically mentioned school shootings. There were threats made by the shooter, which again, specifically mentioned school shootings.

There were calls about violence, including the shooter putting guns to people's heads. Deputies visited many times after concerned friends, family, and strangers called. The suspect once called the police on himself!

Then a sheriff's deputy failed again by refusing to go into the school during the shooting and engage the shooter. He was on the scene. He knew what was happening. And he shirked his duty.

These are the people who will protect us if we are disarmed.

The old cliché is that when seconds count, police are just minutes away. And even then they might not help you. These law enforcement show exactly why we can not give up our personal ability to defend ourselves and our loved ones, in favor of government agencies.

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Sheriff Scott Israel's department mishandled the numerous alerts about the shooter. He hired the deputy who cowered outside rather than confront the shooter. Now four other deputies are reported to have arrived on the scene while the shooting was ongoing, and likewise did not intervene.

Scott Israel wants to blame the NRA when it was his department that failed to prevent and then failed to stop this shooting. Why is he being paraded around the news as if his opinion on guns matters? He is the poster child for why you should never have to depend on law enforcement.


Read more and click the links at http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/fbi-and-sheriff-either-failed-miserably-before-parkland-shooting-or-much-worse/.


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February 28, 2018, 07:03:42 PM
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Hmmm Boiling people alive,Beheadings,Throwing people off buildings,Burning alive......You compare ISIS to American cops??

Wheres the logic in this OP?

Yes I agree, where is your login OP? You are clearly trolling and trying to get people to argue.

You just don't get it, do you.

ISIS is expected to do all those things. Much of the violence that they do is in their religion. Cops are expected to do just the opposite. When cops act like ISIS - which they do like many of the posts I have posted in this thread - they are worse than ISIS for just this reason... they aren't supposed to be doing any of it, but ISIS is.

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I think isis doing it all because of the political problems and greed of a group. because there is no religion that teaches to miserable its people. and you can not just ignite the police, because you are not on the site. it may be that the police feel threatened with the civilians carrying the weapon. Grin

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February 28, 2018, 09:17:52 PM
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Hmmm Boiling people alive,Beheadings,Throwing people off buildings,Burning alive......You compare ISIS to American cops??

Wheres the logic in this OP?

Yes I agree, where is your login OP? You are clearly trolling and trying to get people to argue.

You just don't get it, do you.

ISIS is expected to do all those things. Much of the violence that they do is in their religion. Cops are expected to do just the opposite. When cops act like ISIS - which they do like many of the posts I have posted in this thread - they are worse than ISIS for just this reason... they aren't supposed to be doing any of it, but ISIS is.

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I think isis doing it all because of the political problems and greed of a group. because there is no religion that teaches to miserable its people. and you can not just ignite the police, because you are not on the site. it may be that the police feel threatened with the civilians carrying the weapon. Grin

So, let the cops stop carrying weapons if they can't contain their fear enough to do what is right. After all, there are plentyof instances where cops became fearful, and shot and killed someone who should at least have been allowed to go to trial. Google "police brutality" if you want to se a bunch of bad-cop activity.

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Not all US cops are bad. There are more good policemen. So don't ever compared them to ISIS. Because ISIS is the dangerous terrorist. They expanded all over the world. And they done numerous attacks worldwide. They killed innocent people.

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