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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Paphitis » Mon Jul 06, 2020 1:31 pm

Kikapu wrote:
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Kikapu wrote:In comparison to the USA, sounds like Australians live under a police state. :D

Thank god we have the US Constitution to protect us from under such domination by the state.

But of course, Trump wants to dominate us. :lol:

Then again, he doesn’t believe in the US Constitution because he is just a another cunt. :roll:

Under the US and Homeland security rulings, ANYTHING we can see from a public place is legal. In other words, the state cannot trespass our eyes, so no, the officer at the plant was wrong to ask for an ID, not once but twice, especially when she was told a “NO” the first time. There’s nothing suspicious about filming anything the eyes can see. If you want something to be not seen by the public from a public place, then hide it in anyway you can. It is on the state or the owners to do that.

That is what the cops love to use the word “suspicious”, but when asked is suspicious is a crime, a misdemeanor or a felony, the answer is always a “NO”. Well, by this time the cops realize they are dealing with someone who knows their rights and start blabbering about “in this day and age” crap. By the way Paphitis, do you realize one can get far more information on any installations on Goggle Map than just standing on a public place with a camera. The cops haven’t been able to determine that just yet, which doesn’t make them the brightest people. The point is, when someone hasn’t broken the law and the police start using tactics to gather information from the individuals to try and get them for something else other than what the individual is doing legally, they deserve to be chopped off the knees, which they are not used to as people who do not know their rights get themselves into trouble by being a nice guy and answer every question the cops asks them.

As far as cops getting killed in the line of duty, it is very difficult to determined how many of those cops were killed because of revenge by individuals who were dealt with cunt cops at another time, so the next time they will not take shit so they come prepared with a gun and take down a cop. You have a lot of mentally disturbed people in the US, mostly ex military personnel which the state forgot about them after they served their country in wars far away from home.

Cunts cops today may well get good cops killed tomorrow, as well as the cunt cops.

These auditors do great work to expose the bad cops on YouTube.

I am just giving you heads up in the event you make the move to live in the US. Consider all these information as a going away present. :D


We are quite happy with our police in Australia. In my opinion, I think our police are better than America''s. they have had too many incidents. We don't have many. But that could be a result of the environment the Americans operate in. When you can legally carry a gun in your car, which the police can't arrest you for because it's a constitutional right in the USA, then police can be slightly excused for being a bit nervous and on edge.

A lot more of them die so there job is a hell of a lot more dangerous than their Aussie counterparts.

I just went for a walk and had a coffee at my favourite bakery. A nice beautiful hot female (and blonde) copper came in with her gun, tazer, bullet vest, New York style uniform and handcuffs, and she certainly took my attention. Made me wish she would come over and handcuff me and place me under arrest. :lol:

Should have stolen a doughnut.

Kinky! :wink:

Most American cops look like doughnuts. :lol:


they seem to be overweight.

But the bombshell I saw earlier today was tall, slim, tight buns and just a pure honey with a great smile and blonde.

Oh and I loved the cuffs. I don't think anyone would have resisted arrest. I would have melted and just put my hands out. :wink:
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Jul 06, 2020 8:01 pm



...eloquently compares Obama to Trump, as Leaders.
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Jul 11, 2020 2:53 am

Trump’s lawyers argued the president could literally shoot someone on a New York City street, and still be absolutely criminally invincible so long as he remained in office — especially from a mere state prosecutor like Vance.

Trump did score a short-term victory: The court stopped short of ordering Trump’s accountants to immediately fork over the documents to Vance, and also waylaid another set of subpoenas from Congressional Democrats seeking many of the same files. The justices sent both cases back to the lower courts for further arguments that could easily stretch out beyond the 2020 election.

But in allowing Vance to proceed, they also left Trump with a big, long-term problem: a newly-empowered state prosecutor who doesn’t work for Trump’s close ally, Attorney General Bill Barr, who runs the federal Department of Justice.


https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/akzj ... reme-court

“Today’s decision unshackles Vance and gives the Manhattan DA a green light to investigate Trump,” Jens David Ohlin, vice dean of Cornell Law School, told VICE News. “This a major blow to Trump’s vision of a monarchical presidency.”
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Maximus » Sat Jul 11, 2020 9:17 pm

Representatives from a new coalition called Decriminalize Seattle pressed the City Council in a meeting Wednesday to defund the police

The city council voted to defund the police by 50%.

Which means that 1,100 police officers in Seattle will lose their jobs.

Also, 911 emergency calls will not go through to the police department. They will go to "social workers" where the remaining 50% of funds will be allocated. I suppose these social workers will be employed to give people counselling to deal with the crime.

The silent majority are being ignored as the city's council kowtow to the likes of BLM marxists and "Chopistanian" anarchists.

The chief of police and other spokespeople anticipate that Seattle will be plagued by increases in crime. Crime increased by a couple 100 percent while the area referred to as "CHOP" existed.

The people of the city have basically been sacrificed and told to deal with this widely criticized hair brained experiment. Ayan Musse said. “We have to start imagining a world without law enforcement.” :shock:

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-ne ... epartment/

Im not an expert and I dont think one needs to be particularly intelligent to expect crime to rise when there are less police.

It is a tragedy in the making to divert emergency calls to social workers but the irony of it all is the Orwellian naming of the so called coalition. The opposite is likely going to be achieved by the group that goes by the name of Decriminalize Seattle. :?
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Maximus » Sat Jul 11, 2020 10:07 pm

The Hypocrisy of the democrats and BLM.

Listen and learn to Leftist logic at its finest.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F44ZKJ8FVJw
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Re: ...this is America.

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Re: ...this is America.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Jul 18, 2020 6:29 pm

White House moves portraits of Bill Clinton and George Bush's portraits from their prominent position in foyer to a room used for storage

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... 0&ito=1490
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Jul 18, 2020 7:55 pm

https://www.dw.com/en/us-elections-ariz ... m_ln=39617

...this, the threat from "suburbs destroyed", that Trump is talking about.

For years, Republicans could always count on victory in Arizona. Election observers say that may not be the case this time around. That has a lot to do with the fact that Linda Rawles and women like her in the affluent suburbs will play an outsized role in determining who wins the White House this November.
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Kikapu » Sat Jul 18, 2020 9:51 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:White House moves portraits of Bill Clinton and George Bush's portraits from their prominent position in foyer to a room used for storage

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... 0&ito=1490


Trump truly is a insecure little cunt.
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Jul 18, 2020 10:57 pm



...also worth watching.
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