Law Enforcement Crackdown on Terrorists

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    5-4-3-2-1-0 Bump.
     
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    I would say that if they caught a large number of fugitives they at least had probable cause in those cases. Originall I missed the part about the 1,292 traffic violations. Originally I thought these were raids on homes.

    My question would be on what basis were these cars pulled over (nationality of the driver, etc.) and what kind of traffic violations were given out, Mainly things like a broken taillight rather than reckless driving?
     
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    My main question is why do they (state and media) want us to think that fugitives and bad drivers are all terrorists now? Wouldn't have anything to do with HR 1955 would it?
     
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    Does this show of force make you feel more secure or less secure?

    Or couldn't you care less?
     
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    Actually I wonder if I could care any more than I do right now...I guess you,righteous dude,me and the others,windcatcher etc are just some wacked out conspiracy nuts... sadly the day will come when the idea of "watchers on the wall" will be realized.I know that this is what I am supposed to be doing,(I'm sure not saying these things for the fun of it.)
     
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    I just came out of the woods, it's 22 degrees, here, and we got 4 inces of fresh snow to ski on, today. My hometown picked Ron Paul over every other person running. When they start gathering folks up, they'll get out here last, I thinking. You'd love Missoula, lots of hunters around here.


    Oh yeah, less secure.
    It'll be way too late by the time people wake up.
     
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    I just got back from Nashville. It's 62 degrees and tomorrow is supposed to be 79. We got about 4 inches of fresh green grass. :) (and the fish are biting)

    Montana sure sounds nice maybe I'll get out that way one day. Hey you know the best place to shoot a moose? Near a pickup truck! :D

    Found this article which sort of sums all this up for me.

    The law enforcement officials in charge of this operation, Homeland Security, are trying to remind Memphis, TN that lesser crimes often lead to terrorist acts! Memphis definitely needs this type of training, you know, with all the terrorism going on there. Clearly Memphis has proven time and time again that without the help of Homeland Security, rampant terrorism will destroy the lives of everyone in America. After all, a whopping NO people fell victim to acts of terrorism in Memphis last year, a huge rise from the previous-year total of ZERO acts of terror.

    Memphis currently sits on the deadliest fault line in America, one which scientists are convinced has a 100% chance of bursting and destroying the entire city by 2040, with no earthquake proofing of any kind, and the federal government is intervening to protect Memphis from terrorism, which is as likely to kill a resident of Memphis as shark attack or a lightning storm.

    It is clear that the War on Terror has now become the excuse for a direct war on you. They now feel that someone not wearing a seatbelt or not having insurance when they drive might be a symptom of the disease of terrorism. If Homeland Security actually believes this, and actually feels that enormous resources should be put to linking these things, then they are stupid. If they don’t actually believe it, then something much worse is afoot: a War on YOU. Now you run a risk of being associated with terrorism because you do not have proper car insurance. A mis-association or categorization of a citizen as a terrorist or enemy combatant now qualifies you for a trip to Gitmo without a trial.

    Memphis, I am disappointed in you for putting up with this. This should’ve been a showdown. You let the rest of America down by allowing it. This was a situation where the cartridge box or a series of lawsuits were necessary to keep the Republic.

    That reminds me of a conversation I had in Chattanooga about the cameras which are installed all over the city in public there now. I reminded them that it was East Tennessee. “Break the damn things”. Seriously, your in the mountains of East Tennessee. Break one camera, and the rest will disappear. If your elected officials won’t stand up for you, then stand up for yourself.

    SOURCE...


    I've been saying all along that this "war on terrorism" is a war on us. Starting to look like I was right huh?
     

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