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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: austerity, banker bailouts, Government control, plaza catalunya, police brutality, Politics, protests, spain, Tyranny
It’s important to see what’s happening in places like Spain and Greece, because they are precursors to what is highly likely to happen here. Greece and Spain are not third world nations. They are advanced, industrialized nations with a high percentage of educated citizens. This is not the Congo or Sudan or Syria. Remember this when you are viewing these videos.
A little background history: Protesters have been peacefully gathering in Plaza Catalunya, in Barcelona, Spain, for a couple weeks now. They have been holding a sit-in protesting the corrupt banker bailouts (which is happening here) and austerity measures (which are coming). Police, who are supposed to be protecting the people, are instead protecting government interests. Spain decided it needed the plaza clear in advance of an upcoming football (soccer) match. So, in come the thugs with batons, beating unarmed protesters, including women and old men.
This is the savage face of tyranny. This is America’s near future if changes aren’t made fast. These videos are brutal, but I do not advise viewer discretion. This is important learning material.
Tags: airport security, al-Qaeda, al-Qaida, bill of rights, felony, Global Elites, Government control, nicholas kimball, open borders, pat downs, Politics, Texas bill, TSA, TSA Molests children, TSA searches, War on Terror
An anti-molestation, anti-false security, anti-Pavlovian training bill is gaining some momentum in Texas. This bill would make the East German style pat down procedures used by the TSA at airports a felony. TSA spokesmoron Nicholas “We Need to Touch Your Children” Kimball says the airport security measures are ideal in combating terrorism. Thinking individuals disagree, however, noting that Stasi-level searches at airports are asinine in the face of wide open borders, and instead tend to view them as sexual assault and as a form of Pavlovian training for humans, intending to make us grow ever more comfortable with losing our civil rights
The main reason why these searches are absurd and will not keep you safe is that whenever the government/globalists need to stage a terror attack to up the fear levels and further encroach upon the Bill of Rights, they will bypass security anyhow. In future posts I will detail several “terrorist incidents” with known CIA/FBI/foreign intelligence involvement, and how they were used to enhance security measures designed to steal your liberties. Stay tuned.
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Tags: 1984, columbus, courtesy patrol, georgia, Government control, military patrol, police state, Politics, posse comitatus, security
The city of Columbus, Georgia has recently decided to employ some uniformed non-commissioned officers from Fort Benning as nighttime courtesy patrols. Ostensibly, they will be ordering drunk and disorderly military members back to base. They will not, however, have any legal arresting power, that is, unless they want to violate the Posse Comitatus Act. The Posse Comitatus Act, passed in 1878 following southern reconstruction, states:
Whoever, except in cases and under circumstances expressly authorized by the Constitution or Act of Congress, willfully uses any part of the Army or the Air Force as a posse comitatus or otherwise to execute the laws shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than two years, or both.
Could uniformed soldiers patrolling the streets of America’s cities be a sign of things to come?