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Occupy wallstreet (Phoenix) - excercise thier 2nd Amd rights

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by mixflip, Oct 30, 2011.

  1. mixflip

    mixflip

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    Your thoughts and opinions?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4W4voZxDTE&feature=feedlik


    Im wondering... if one of the hippies throws a rock at a peace officer and the officers go to arrest the hippie... how far will the armed protesters go to protect the hippies? This could get ugly real quick.
     
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  2. blueiron

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    At least one of them is a completely discredited idiot.

    “JT Ready” is openly affiliated with the American National Socialist movement... yeah - the very people that admire what their European counterparts did in places like Mathausen, Mittelbau Dora - Nordhausen, Belsen-Birkenau, etc. and other centers of organized fatal insanity.

    The American National Socialists have allied themselves with the CPUSA, anarchists, and every other political extremist group to create havoc at these protests.

    The US Border Guard has, as a result, zero credibility in my estimation.
     

  3. Sharky7

    Sharky7 Boomshakalaka

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    Yeah, this could get nasty quickly.

    This is from another active thread:
    http://tv.breitbart.com/occupydenver...cop-to-ground/

    Look at how many idiots in the crowd act as though the police are wrong for making a valid lawful arrest on a violent offender who pushed a police officer on a motorcycle. So...are these vigilantes who have emerged from their mom's basement going to protect people against lawful arrests with deadly force?
     
  4. msu_grad_121

    msu_grad_121 BOOSH

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    I was wondering about that as well when I watched the YouTube vid. I like how that d-bag was talking about how everyone with him was "a member of a squad that is fully trained to use *justified* deadly force." Justified to whom? And like I've said to I can't tell you how many confrontational OC'ers - "You're turning a simple (insert minor BS call here) into a man with a gun run, and I have to respond accordingly. Think it through before you strap on your macho-maker and go getting in people's faces, will ya?"
     
  5. blueiron

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    http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2008/08/21/20080821ready0821.html

    Trent Franks, Jeff Flake, and John Shadegg [all of Arizona's Congressional contingent] are no lightweights when it comes to voting on behalf of the Second Amendment and the NRA gives them A or higher ratings.

    J.T. Ready is nothing more than a food blister with a twisted view of racial superiority.
     
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    Actually, if you look around a little online, many neo-nazi/white supremacist groups support the occupy movement. A socialist is a socialist, some are just a little more "nationalist" than others.
     
  8. mixflip

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    Im thinking that racist groups see the OWS as some kind of "opportunity".
     
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    I'm thinking the OWS is a "classist" group of socialists and is really no difrferent than a "racist" group of socialists (nazis). The left-wingers just express their racsim in a different way (i.e., "minorities can't do anything without our help" instead of "minorities should be eliminated because they can't do anything without our help").
     
  10. Sharky7

    Sharky7 Boomshakalaka

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    Has there been any response from our government as a whole on the Occupy Wall Street movement? President make any annoucements I missed, etc?

    I wonder what the strategy is on this one....ignore it and hope it goes away or maybe they are thinking it will be winter soon and birkenstock doesn't make snow shoes.
     
  11. Hedo1

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    The administration and it's spokespersons have been giving these groups public support. They have also attempted to make them the left wing equivelant of the Tea Party.

    The current administration has not vigorously pursued those who break the law but claim social justice or a variety of other excuses. The Dems have run cover it seems for those in Oakland already. It wouldn't surprise me one bit if this turned violent and law enforcement was painted as the bad guys and treated accordingly. The spin machine is already running on over time. Be careful and stay safe.
     
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    Seems like I read where Obama, Pelosi and the like had given supportive shout-outs to them early on. Since the movement was started by guys with SEIU & ACORN ties, it would seem like they'd be fans.
     
  13. fla2760

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    This.