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Published on Apr 21, 2014
Alex calls out the Boston Marathon's
unprecedented police state apparatus, a culmination of military might
quickly becoming the norm at public and sporting events, and runs down
the events of last year's marathon, including the FBI's various missteps
and the suspension of the Fourth Amendment for residents of Watertown.
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If a city fire department wants to avoid a cut in manpower, wanted an increase in pay, and wanted more, hugely expensive, unneeded equipment, maybe they could just purposely burn down the tallest building in the area. They could then be in charge of the investigation of the fire and find patsies to blame the fire on.
Does this sound familiar?
Police who solve the crime problem would then face budget cuts, layoffs, and would have an absolute reduction of power.
In Stafford Springs, Connecticut, and at Troop C Tolland State Police Headquarters, roll call, is about protecting state official criminal interests, rackets, prostitution, drug dealing, break-ins, terrorizing citizens, armed revenue collecting, and property confiscation.
The self-employed and honest small business owners stand in the way of police interests. Families, religious institutions, gun owners, independent minds, and those who will stand up against tyranny are all enemies of the international corporate/banker police state.
It is getting bad all over the US. No state is without corruption and infiltration.
Police encourage gang members to rob and beat citizens. I worried that I would be arrested when a member of the [Diaper Gang
] tried to hit me in the face with a 2x4 with nails in it when they attacked me on my property jumping me in the dark ... because I fought back and did not know the age of my attackers.
Police refused to protect and serve. They are under no obligation to protect and serve. They are guards of the state and don't care about serving any average citizen. Citizens can go to prison and lose everything when they are attacked on their own property.
It happened to me: