Sexual assault is wrong, 100% of the time, accross the board, without exception. That being said… in your face!
Tags: agent, Colorado, gropes, Longmont, Sky Harbor International Airport, TSA, woman, Yukari Mihamae
Tags: civil rights, constitution, fascism, garden in front yard, Government control, liberties, Tyranny
TruthisTreason.net – Kevin Hayden
Source: The Agitator + Various News Reports
Please help this article go viral. I rarely, if ever, ask for people to send emails or repost something, but this is simply ludicrous. I believe that we can help this lady, so let’s harness the power of the grassroots – no pun intended – and make something happen.
Their front yard was torn up after replacing a sewer line, so instead of replacing the dirt with grass, one Oak Park woman put in a vegetable garden and now the city is seeing green.
The list goes on: fresh basil, cabbage, carrots, tomatoes, cumbers and more all filling five large planter boxes that fill the Bass family’s front yard.
Julie Bass says, “We thought we’re minding our own business, doing something not ostentatious and certainly not obnoxious or nothing that is a blight on the neighborhood, so we didn’t think people would care very much.”
But some cared very much and called the city. The city then sent out code enforcement.
“They warned us at first that we had to move the vegetables from the front, that no vegetables were allowed in the front yard. We didn’t move them because we didn’t think we were doing anything wrong, even according to city code we didn’t think we were doing anything wrong. So they ticketed us and charged me with a misdemeanor,” Bass said . . .
City code says that all unpaved portions of the site shall be planted with grass or ground cover or shrubbery or other suitable live plant material. Tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers are what the Bass family see as suitable.
However, Oak Park’s Planning and Technology Director Kevin Rulkowski says the city disagrees. He says, “If you look at the dictionary, suitable means common. You can look all throughout the city and you’ll never find another vegetable garden that consumes the entire front yard.”
So what is suitable? From another local news report:
. . . we asked Rulkowski why it’s not suitable.
“If you look at the definition of what suitable is in Webster’s dictionary, it will say common. So, if you look around and you look in any other community, what’s common to a front yard is a nice, grass yard with beautiful trees and bushes and flowers,” he said.
God forbid your yard doesn’t include beautiful trees, bushes and flowers. It’s your job, Oak Park citizens, to give Kevin Rulkowski pretty things to look at. According to Bass’ blog, she’s demanding her right to a jury trial. So the city plans to throw the book at her – 93 days in jail.
Tags: 4th amendment, american traveler dignity act, constitution, Government control, Politics, Ron Paul 2012, TSA, TSA Molests children, Tyranny
It’s nice to be able to write about someone taking the fight to the TSA for once, rather than the TSA taking the fight to our private parts and fourth amendment rights.
Just in from huffingtonpost.com, Congressman and 2012 presidential candidate Ron Paul is introducing the American Traveler Dignity Act, which would make it so TSA thugs are subject to the same laws as average citizens in regards to improper touching, sexual assaults, radiation attacks, etc.
While this will likely get scorned by all of the men and women in Congress who routinely see turbaned boogeymen hiding behind every door and shadow, it once again proves that Ron Paul is an ardent defender of liberty and of the Constitution, and as long as there are folks like him around, freedom stands a fighting chance.
My friends: You will continue to receive just as much tyranny as you’re willing to accept.
Tags: 2nd amendment, 4th amendment, amendment, bill of rights, civilian security force, constitution, fourth, Government control, illegal searches, screenings, second, security, trains, TSA, Tyranny, VIPR teams
For those of you who like to use the comeback, “if you don’t like the TSA, then don’t fly”, then it’s time for a little lesson on VIPR teams. The TSA has been employing VIPR teams (Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response) since 2007. There are currently 12 VIPR teams, and they roam the nation, setting up impromptu searches at bus terminals, train stations, etc. They are also now in the business of randomly pulling over and searching truckers.
What’s worse, their intrusion into privacy, their psychological slave training, and their fourth amendment destroying activities have just recently taken the turn that many of us have been expecting, ever since President Obama announced his desire for a civilian security force. It is now being reported that VIPR teams have been conducting random, warrantless searches of civilian vehicles.
Warrantless searches without probable cause are now, and have always been, illegal. Resist this.
The concept of a civilian security force as strong and as well-funded as the military is odd to me. We have the second amendment. All responsible citizens are already armed. How about… we stop infringing on the second amendment, entirely, and we all enjoy a more secure nation? No need for additional federal security.
The TSA is now looking to expand their VIPR teams. In their budget request for the upcoming fiscal year, they have asked for an additional dozen teams. That will help them expand their police state way beyond the 8,000 unannounced screenings they are already doing every year.
I usually like to try and throw a little gallows humor into my writing, however, none of this is funny at all.
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Tags: bilderberg, draft Ron Paul, Global Elites, Liberty, new orleans, Politics, republican leadership conference 2011, republican primary, rick perry, Ron Paul, Ron Paul 2012, Ron Paul for President, straw poll
Also being mentioned quite a bit in relation to the conference is Texas Governor Rick Perry, who is “winning hearts”, according to some reports. I would caution those considering Rick Perry to look at his near past: Governor Perry was an attendee of the 2007 Bilderberg meeting in Istanbul, Turkey. Many are now concerned that he may be Bilderberg’s ace in the hole, following the rapidly diminishing approval of their current puppet, President Obama.
An interesting note: In 1991, Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, who was at that time nearly unknown outside of his own state, attended the Bilderberg group’s annual meeting. The following year, he was elected president.
Tags: bilderberg, bill of rights, cybersecurity, false flag, free speech, Global Elites, Government control, hacker attacks, internet 2.0, internet control, internet kill switch, net neutrality, Politics, rockefeller, Tyranny
I am growing increasingly alarmed by the amount of talk about “internet kill switches”, internet security bills, etc… It doesn’t help that at last weekend’s Bilderberg meeting, controlling the internet was on the agenda.
Over the last couple years, there have been a variety of bills introduced into congress designed to curtail free speech and online activities. Recently, Sen. Patrick Leahy [D-VT] introduced S.968: Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act of 2011, which could allow for the shutting down of and/or seizing of websites under the guise of copyright infringement.
Draconian Senator Jay Rockefeller [D-WV] sponsored S.773: Cybersecurity Act of 2009, which would, amongst other horrors, give the president the authority to “declare a cybersecurity emergency and order the limitation or shutdown of Internet traffic to and from any compromised Federal Government or United States critical infrastructure information system or network.” Scary.
Rockefeller also introduced S.778 – A bill to establish, within the Executive Office of the President, the Office of National Cybersecurity Advisor, which would create a Cybersecurity Czar, yet another unelected government position, expanding the executive branch to the point of bursting at the seams.
With all of these bills in the pipelines, and similar bills being floated around in Europe and other parts of the world, and internet “security” being a big part of the Bilderberg agenda… one has to question the coincidence of the recent onslaught of reported hacker attacks.
Within the last few weeks, we’ve seen the following headlines:
- Hacker Group Attacks Senate Website Again, Claims It Gained Access to CIA Site
- Hacker group promises to attack Fed Reserve (which isn’t necessarily a bad thing – though I don’t endorse illegal means to end this house of fraud)
- ‘Minecraft,’ ‘EVE Online,’ And The Escapist Suffer Denial-Of-Service Attacks
- Acer reveals European customer details stolen in hacker attack
Also included are companies like Sony, Nintendo, Codemasters… and tons of other government and government related enterprises. The list goes on and on. Run a query on hacker attacks in your favorite search engine and you’ll have enough articles to keep you busy for a month.
My concern is that anyone who has a vested interest in cracking down on free speech on the internet would not be opposed to staging the exact types of events they say they want to protect against, just to drum up support. Not that I’m insinuating that there aren’t legitimate hacker attacks, because many of them are. It’s just that we’ve seen these behavior patterns over and over.
My advice is this: Consider anyone who wants to take away, curtail, or otherwise restrict your freedom, an enemy of free humanity, and peacefully resist them 100% of the time. No amount of security, real or perceived, is worth giving up your free speech birthright.
Tags: banned images, bill of rights, constitution, emotional distress, Government control, governor bill haslam, Liberty, tennessee law
In a blatantly unconstitutional move, the Governor of Tennessee, Bill Haslam, signed into law a bill banning the online posting of images that may cause “emotional distress”. Passing this law is like punching the first amendment square in the genitals.
The types of images that could cause a reasonable individual “emotional distress” is so extremely subjective that it’s impossible to regulate. For example, posting a picture of Governor Haslam signing this bill would cause me intense amounts of emotional distress. Anyone who posts such a picture will have to face jail time in a wonderfully free society like Tennessee.
Hey, Tennesee voters! What gives?
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