Image: http://www.azquotes.com "We are a Nation of Laws" (And the sheep-to-slaughter cried out, "Amen! Hallelujah!") So how does this over-stated, obnoxious proclamation coincide with this: "America, the Land of the Free"? How in the hell can any individual be free in "a nation of laws", when man-made laws were created for the distinct purpose of … Continue reading In ‘The Land of the Free’, “You’re Likely Committing a Crime Right Now”
Image: http://www.thedailysheeple.com "Law and order" only exists to maintain control of you and me. The elite and their "elected" stooges and storm-troopers can commit any heinous act they so choose, when they choose, and how they choose, and never pay a penalty for their criminal actions. The law is not blind, it is wide-eyed and … Continue reading “And Justice For All”? Yeah! Right!
Image: http://www.activistpost.com Perhaps, the following article will help to pour some much needed rain on the flag-waving, "USA" shouters' unwarranted and damnable euphoria? The party's over, Morons! These 7 Realities Remain True No Matter How Many Psyop Shootings Take Place By Bernie Suarez Note to the ruling elite and the masses who believe their staged … Continue reading “These 7 Realities Remain True No Matter How Many Psyop Shootings Take Place”
Image: counterpunch.org ...many today “understand organized crime in a very restricted sense, as being virtually synonymous with super-criminal organizations such as the Mafia,” when in fact “established economic and political power structures” mesh with, often thrive on, illicit activity. This situation suggests the “decent citizen,” as radical pacifist David Dellinger called her, must decide whether … Continue reading “U.S. Elites: the Original Gangsters”
Image: http://www.aclu.org This is considered "Due Process" in the U.S. Penal Colonies: The Weekly Abolitionist: Plea Bargains vs. High School Civics Fantasies Nathan Goodman | @dissentingleft “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall … Continue reading Center for a Stateless Society » The Weekly Abolitionist: Plea Bargains vs. High School Civics Fantasies
This is “law and order?” This is “To Protect and Serve?”
If so, then give me chaos!
How long, people, are we going to tolerate this corrupt system?
Norm’s note: all of what follows is an excerpt from an article titled “Policing and Profit,” which you can find here, Harvard Law Review:
“In April 2012, Tom Barrett was arrested for stealing a can of beer from a convenience store in Augusta, Georgia.20 When Barrett appeared in court, he was offered the services of a court-appointed attorney for a $80 fee.21 Barrett refused to pay and pled “no contest” to a shoplifting charge. The court sentenced Barrett to a $200 fine plus a year of probation.22 Barrett’s probation terms required him to wear an alcohol-monitoring bracelet. Even though Barrett’s sentence did not require him to stop drinking alcohol (and the bracelet would thus detect all the alcohol Barrett chose to drink with no consequences), he was ordered to either rent this bracelet or go to jail.23 The bracelet cost Barrett a $50 startup fee…
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Cops Fight Mandatory Drug Testing By Vegan Gains Recently the union representing Pittsburgh Police officers has condemned workplace drug and alcohol testing as a violation of the constitution. Why does the right to privacy only apply to themselves and not the public they serve? Source: Cops Fight Mandatory Drug Testing P.S. Hide your children and … Continue reading Storm-Troopers Fight Mandatory Drug Testing