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Bad news...and really bad news

Bad news:

trumpo is trying to get rid of General McMaster, one of trumpo's
handlers and member of the adult day care center for trumpo.

Really bad news:

One of the people being discussed as McMaster's replacement is John Bolton.

Why is this *really* bad news?

That son of a bitch Bolton never met a war he didn't like -- and "John
Bolton defends preventive war against North Korea..."

Sigh...
These assholes seem bound and determined to start World War III. :-(

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On Fri, 02 Mar 2018 10:18:18 -0500, Joe from Kokomo wrote:

+AD4 That son of a bitch Bolton never met a war he didn't like --

Viet Nam. Bolton signed up with the National Guard to avoid the draft.


+AD4 and +ACI-John
+AD4 Bolton defends preventive war against North Korea...+ACI

And bomb bomb Iran. In Bolton's world, it's all easy, just like Iraq.

+AD4
+AD4 Sigh...
+AD4 These assholes seem bound and determined to start World War III. :-(

In Bolton's world, WE WIN+ACEAIQ It's EASY+ACEAIQAhACEAIQAh Just like Iraq.

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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.

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,
Florida, 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?

Why do we have more than a million cops on the taxpayer-funded payroll in
this country whose jobs do not entail protecting our safety, maintaining the
peace in our communities, and upholding our liberties?

Why do we have more than a million cops who have been fitted out in the
trappings of war, drilled in the deadly art of combat, and trained to look
upon “every individual they interact with as an armed threat and every
situation as a deadly force encounter in the making?

I’ll tell you why.

It’s the same reason why the Trump administration has made a concerted
effort to expand the police state’s power to search, strip, seize, raid,
steal from, arrest and jail Americans for any infraction, no matter how
insignificant.

This is no longer a government “of the people, by the people, for the
people.”

It is fast becoming a government “of the rich, by the elite, for the
corporations,” and its rise to power is predicated on shackling the American
taxpayer to a life of indentured servitude.

Cops in America may get paid by the citizenry, but they don’t work for us.

They don’t answer to us. They’re not loyal to us.

And they certainly aren’t operating within the limits of the U.S.
Constitution.

That “thin, blue line” of loyalty to one’s fellow cops has become a
self-serving apparatus that sees nothing wrong with advancing the notion
that the lives — and rights — of police should be valued more than citizens.

The myth of the hero cop really is a myth.

Cops are no more noble, no more self-sacrificing, no braver and certainly no
more deserving of special attention or treatment than any other American
citizen.

This misplaced patriotism about police and, by extension, the military — a
dangerous re-shifting of the nation’s priorities that has been reinforced by
President Trump with his unnerving knack for echoing past authoritarian
tactics — paves the way for even more instability in the nation.

Welcome to the American police state, funded by Corporate America, policed
by the military-industrial complex, and empowered by politicians whose
primary purpose is to remain in office.

It’s a short hop, skip and a jump from the police state we’re operating
under right now to a full-blown totalitarian regime ruled with the iron fist
of martial law.

The groundwork has already been laid.

The events of recent years have only served to desensitize the nation to
violence, acclimate them to a militarized police presence in their
communities, and persuade them that there is nothing they can do to alter
the seemingly hopeless trajectory of the nation.

The sight of police clad in body armor and gas masks, wielding
semi-automatic rifles and escorting an armored vehicle through a crowded
street, a scene likened to “a military patrol through a hostile city,” no
longer causes alarm among the general populace.

Few seem to care about the government’s endless wars abroad that leave
communities shattered, families devastated and our national security at
greater risk of blowback. Indeed, there were no protests in the streets
after U.S. military forces carried out air strikes on a Syrian settlement,
killing 25 people, more than half of which were women and children.

And then there’s President Trump’s plans for a military parade on Veterans
Day (costing between $10 million and $30 million) to showcase the nation’s
military might. Other countries that feel the need to flex their military
muscles to its citizens and the rest of the world include France, China,
Russia and North Korea.

The question is no longer whether the U.S. government will be preyed upon
and taken over by the military-industrial complex. That’s a done deal.

It’s astounding how convenient we’ve made it for the government to lock down
the nation.

Mind you, by “government,” I’m not referring to the highly partisan,
two-party bureaucracy of the Republicans and Democrats.

As I point out in my book “Battlefield America: The War on the American
People,” I’m referring to “government” with a capital “G,” the entrenched
Deep State that is unaffected by elections, unaltered by populist movements,
and has set itself beyond the reach of the law.

I’m referring to the corporatized, militarized, entrenched bureaucracy that
is fully operational and staffed by unelected officials who are, in essence,
running the country and calling the shots in Washington D.C., no matter who
sits in the White House.

This is the hidden face of a government that has no respect for the freedom
of its citizenry.

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On Fri, 02 Mar 2018 13:51:03 -0800, allisellis851 wrote:

+AD4 thelibertydaily.com Did Fusion GPS's anti Trump researcher avoid
+AD4 surveillance with a ham radio?

HOLY ****+ACEAIQAhACEAIQAhACEAIQAhACEAIQAhACEAIQAhACE

The Steele Dossier REALLY is DISCREDITED+ACEAIQAhACEAIQAhACEAIQAhACEAIQ I thought that was
just K00Ktalk+ACEAIQAhACEAIQAhACE

And here's the PROOF+ACE:+ACE:+ACE:+ACE:+ACE:+ACE:+ACE:

This type of circumstantial evidence can be quite powerful. For example,
a video of a nun buying a bustier at Victoria+IBk-s Secret would not be
direct evidence that she was having an affair. But it most assuredly
would prompt a jury to seriously wonder about her motives and commitment
to celibacy. The same can be said for Nelly+IBk-s ham license. Just what was
she up to?

CASE CLOSED+ACEAIQAhACEAIQAhACEAIQAhACEAIQAhACEAIQAh-


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On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 6:42:18 PM UTC-6, Frank wrote:
On Fri, 02 Mar 2018 13:51:03 -0800, allisellis851 wrote:

thelibertydaily.com Did Fusion GPS's anti Trump researcher avoid
surveillance with a ham radio?


HOLY ****!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Steele Dossier REALLY is DISCREDITED!!!!!!!!!!! I thought that was
just K00Ktalk!!!!!!!

And here's the PROOF!:!:!:!:!:!:!:

This type of circumstantial evidence can be quite powerful. For example,
a video of a nun buying a bustier at Victoria’s Secret would not be
direct evidence that she was having an affair. But it most assuredly
would prompt a jury to seriously wonder about her motives and commitment
to celibacy. The same can be said for Nelly’s ham license. Just what was
she up to?

CASE CLOSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


That is why they are 'puzzles'
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On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 6:42:18 PM UTC-6, Frank wrote:
On Fri, 02 Mar 2018 13:51:03 -0800, allisellis851 wrote:

thelibertydaily.com Did Fusion GPS's anti Trump researcher avoid
surveillance with a ham radio?


HOLY ****!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Steele Dossier REALLY is DISCREDITED!!!!!!!!!!! I thought that was
just K00Ktalk!!!!!!!

And here's the PROOF!:!:!:!:!:!:!:

This type of circumstantial evidence can be quite powerful. For example,
a video of a nun buying a bustier at Victoria’s Secret would not be
direct evidence that she was having an affair. But it most assuredly
would prompt a jury to seriously wonder about her motives and commitment
to celibacy. The same can be said for Nelly’s ham license. Just what was
she up to?

CASE CLOSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


That is why they are 'puzzles'

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On Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 3:43:42 PM UTC-6, fred k. engels® wrote:
American police state

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On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 6:42:18 PM UTC-6, Frank wrote:
On Fri, 02 Mar 2018 13:51:03 -0800, allisellis851 wrote:

thelibertydaily.com Did Fusion GPS's anti Trump researcher avoid
surveillance with a ham radio?


HOLY ****!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Steele Dossier REALLY is DISCREDITED!!!!!!!!!!! I thought that was
just K00Ktalk!!!!!!!

And here's the PROOF!:!:!:!:!:!:!:

This type of circumstantial evidence can be quite powerful. For example,
a video of a nun buying a bustier at Victoria’s Secret would not be
direct evidence that she was having an affair. But it most assuredly
would prompt a jury to seriously wonder about her motives and commitment
to celibacy. The same can be said for Nelly’s ham license. Just what was
she up to?

CASE CLOSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


That is why they are 'puzzles'


So, what Country would you choose to move to?
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On Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 9:02:53 PM UTC-6, wrote:
On Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 3:43:42 PM UTC-6, fred k. engels® wrote:
American police state

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On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 6:42:18 PM UTC-6, Frank wrote:
On Fri, 02 Mar 2018 13:51:03 -0800, allisellis851 wrote:

thelibertydaily.com Did Fusion GPS's anti Trump researcher avoid
surveillance with a ham radio?

HOLY ****!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Steele Dossier REALLY is DISCREDITED!!!!!!!!!!! I thought that was
just K00Ktalk!!!!!!!

And here's the PROOF!:!:!:!:!:!:!:

This type of circumstantial evidence can be quite powerful. For example,
a video of a nun buying a bustier at Victoria’s Secret would not be
direct evidence that she was having an affair. But it most assuredly
would prompt a jury to seriously wonder about her motives and commitment
to celibacy. The same can be said for Nelly’s ham license. Just what was
she up to?

CASE CLOSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


That is why they are 'puzzles'


So, what Country would you choose to move to?


theamericanmirror.com maxine waters promises reparations in 'stump speech for 2020'
...I wonder what kind of HOT Sauce she uses? They all love them some HOT SAUCE.
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On 3/4/2018 9:12 PM, wrote:
On Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 9:02:53 PM UTC-6, wrote:
On Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 3:43:42 PM UTC-6, fred k. engels® wrote:
American police state

wrote in message
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On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 6:42:18 PM UTC-6, Frank wrote:
On Fri, 02 Mar 2018 13:51:03 -0800, allisellis851 wrote:

thelibertydaily.com Did Fusion GPS's anti Trump researcher avoid
surveillance with a ham radio?

HOLY ****!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Steele Dossier REALLY is DISCREDITED!!!!!!!!!!! I thought that was
just K00Ktalk!!!!!!!

And here's the PROOF!:!:!:!:!:!:!:

This type of circumstantial evidence can be quite powerful. For example,
a video of a nun buying a bustier at Victoria’s Secret would not be
direct evidence that she was having an affair. But it most assuredly
would prompt a jury to seriously wonder about her motives and commitment
to celibacy. The same can be said for Nelly’s ham license. Just what was
she up to?

CASE CLOSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That is why they are 'puzzles'


So, what Country would you choose to move to?


theamericanmirror.com maxine waters promises reparations in 'stump speech for 2020'
...I wonder what kind of HOT Sauce she uses? They all love them some HOT SAUCE.

larry-"cozi bear". professes his love for "Hot Sauce Hillie"...


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