G-20 Protestors Blasted by Sonic Cannons

honeykeeper

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Here we go...first time ever used on the public...more rights violated..... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt002' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' />

The protestors looked pretty docile if you ask me.



http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/blog/2009/sep/25/sonic-cannon-g20-pittsburgh



G20 protesters blasted by sonic cannon....US police spark outrage by using wartime acoustic weapon to disperse G20 protesters in Pittsburgh



Only a few hundred protesters took to the streets of Pittsburgh to mark the opening day of the G20 summit of world leaders, but the police were taking no chances.



Sonic weapons or long-range acoustic devices have been used by the US military overseas, notably against Somali pirates and Iraqi insurgents.



But US security forces turned the piercing sound on their own citizens yesterday to widespread outrage. Pittsburgh officials told the New York Times that it was the first time "sound cannon" had been used publicly.



Blasting U.S. civilians with sound cannons is a violation of Posse Comitatus!

The Posse Comitatus Act is a United States federal law (18 U.S.C. § 1385) passed on June 18, 1878, after the end of Reconstruction, with the intention (in concert with the Insurrection Act of 1807) of substantially limiting the powers of the federal government to use the military for law enforcement. The Act prohibits most members of the federal uniformed services (today the Army, Air Force, and State National Guard forces when such are called into federal service) from exercising nominally state law enforcement, police, or peace officer powers that maintain "law and order" on non-federal property (states and their counties and municipal divisions) within the United States. The statute generally prohibits federal military personnel and units of the National Guard under federal authority from acting in a law enforcement capacity within the United States, except where expressly authorized by the Constitution or Congress. The Coast Guard is exempt from the Act during peacetime.







Your duty to the constitution is to disobey illegal orders!



Freedom loving citizens will support you only as long as you protect the constitution!



Failure to do so will result in a civil war that will leave a bloody stain on American History!



This message is brought to you by peace loving Americans that want a nice place to do business, and raise our kids, if you want the same please stand with us on the right side of history.





[Warning: the video below contains very loud audio from the start]





[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8NMyUHlFhM&feature=player_embedded[/media]



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTTlfL1J0aw&feature=player_embedded[/media]



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpCyiUeTy60[/media]



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsTVXuOAUwk&feature=fvw[/media]



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRsqSJtdF5s&feature=related[/media]



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SePqkkSTto&NR=1[/media]



The sonic weapon appear to be more effective than the Metropolitan police's highly contentious kettling tactics used against G20 protesters in London. But it is equally controversial.



It is feared the sounds emitted are loud enough to damage eardrums and even cause fatal aneurysms.
 

honeykeeper

New Member
And this young brave man sums it up:



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvjytPaIiIo&feature=related[/media]



A protestor is snatched away!:



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8CNa_viKg0&feature=player_embedded[/media]



10 Enforcers per protestor were present:

[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_acjSiJRbo&feature=related[/media]



The Revolution is happening NOW~!!!~...... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/023.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt002' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' />
 

honeykeeper

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One of the best videos so far......This looks like IRAN......the guy with the bull horn is Right-On! <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/023.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt002' />



8 minutes and 25 seconds into the video the police bring the actual LRAD weapon in and use it on the students.. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' />



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akwjAjcQnqM&feature=player_embedded#t=58[/media]



Students trapped and gassed on campus:



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NSsj4a6v5U[/media]



Campus seized by police:



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43IPKG_H3uE[/media]
 

ss350z

New Member
That last video, was very interesting. The guy with the bullhorn, actually seemed to be reasonable and made sense.



On the other hand, the police were able to break up the gathering, without any violence.



They just need to remember to bring good earplugs next time.
 

honeykeeper

New Member
[quote name='ss350z' date='28 September 2009 - 11:04 AM' timestamp='1254146696' post='153306']

That last video, was very interesting. The guy with the bullhorn, actually seemed to be reasonable and made sense.



On the other hand, the police were able to break up the gathering, without any violence.



They just need to remember to bring good earplugs next time.

[/quote]





Bring earplugs and gas masks!

Anyone notice no arrests had their "Rights" read to them??????????? <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/017.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt002' />



What we're seeing is MARTIAL LAW ! and it looks like what the Iran protestors got minus the hangings.......so far!



LRAD is a violent weapon and it was used on the public ..........I'm sure every dog, cat and animal in the areas were freaking out too! <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' />

Using tear gas is violence and is a chemical agent. I'm not sure if they aren't using more dangerous chemicals now! <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt013' />



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAwmX5O-FAE[/media]





This video is extremely alarming to me.........we don't know who they were or what they did to the student:



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8CNa_viKg0&feature=player_embedded[/media]



and this one:

[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_acjSiJRbo&feature=player_embedded[/media]





[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J23HNJBbpcg&feature=related[/media]
 

honeykeeper

New Member
At least 152 students/protestors were arrested/violated:



http://www.pittnews.com/node/20135



Students arrested during G-20 to be sent to Judicial Board

By Liz Navratil and Estelle Tran / News Editor and Assistant News Editor

published: Sun, 27 Sep, 2009

The University plans to send students who were arrested during G-20 demonstrations to its Judicial Board.



Robert Hill, Pitt’s vice chancellor of public affairs, said he doesn’t know how many of the 152 or more people arrested in Oakland as a result of the G-20 demonstrations were Pitt students.



Pitt police Chief Tim Delaney said that the most common charges were failure to disperse, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief.



The Student Code of Conduct says the University can discipline students for things they do off campus if their conduct “violates ... the rights of others, or the health, welfare and safety of members of the University community” or if their actions “reflect upon [their] character and fitness as a member of the student body.”



The University will contact students in writing of the dates, times and places of their Judicial Board hearings. The board has the power to suspend, expel or recommend community service for students.



Some students said they didn’t know where to go when asked to disperse.



But Hill said, “I’m sure that ... when you reflect on everything that happened, you can reach the conclusion that things could have been done differently.”

He added,

"I haven’t reached a conclusion about anything yet, except there was clearly disappointing behavior going on, and you had very orderly, peaceful protests. You had disrupting protests and onlookers.”



Police also arrested 24 people during daytime demonstrations Thursday, most in the Lawrenceville and Bloomfield areas.



But Hill said he didn’t know how many of them were Pitt students, either.



The Judicial Board is composted of undergraduate and graduate/professional Pitt students and various University faculty and staff members.
 

DevilDawg

New Member
Well I see we have gone off on a tangent trying to use any source other than one considered reputable. These were not peaceful protesters. These were not people there to show solidarity with their fellow Americans hurting in these trying times. These were a bunch of anarchists who revel in causing destruction and using a current event to draw attention to their own whinny butt little opinions.



taken from The Times UKReal Story



Anti-G20 protesters rampaged through the city centre of Pittsburgh tonight, smashing up shops and throwing rocks at police, as officers used tear gas and baton-charges in an attempt to bring them under control.



In riots which continued through evening rush hour, about 300 protesters were reported to have remained from an initial crowd of 2,000 in Bloomfield, Pittsburgh’s Little Italy.



Frustrated in their attempts to reach the venue where world leaders are meeting the crowd, many of whom wore face-masks and armed themselves with rocks, broke windows at fast-food restaurants, a BMW dealership and a bank in the area, about a mile from the fenced-off convention centre. Yeah, way to Help Your Fellow American



Police in body armour and armed with plastic shields threw pepper gas canisters to disperse the protesters, charging in to make some arrests.



Some reports also suggested that rubber bullets had been used, but police tonight confirmed that they had fired pellet-filled “beanbags” to combat the rioters.



“In response to having sticks, bricks and rocks thrown at them in the Shady Side neighborhood of Pittsburgh, police responded with bean bag rounds and dispersed the crowd,” Bill Crowley, an FBI agent, told the AFP news agency.



So-called bean bags - or flexible baton rounds - are fired from an officer’s riot shotgun. Pittsburgh police spokeswoman Diane Richard said they were “softer” than rubber bullets. “The police had sticks, rocks and other instruments thrown toward them so in defence of that, that was their way of dispersing the crowd. They had trash cans thrown at them, all kinds of different things,” she said.



Anti-capitalist protests have marked major gatherings of world leaders on the economy for years, sometimes turning violent and forcing summit organisers to use fortress-like security.



Earlier, police dispersed the 2,000 people who had gathered during lunchtime for a march. “You must leave the immediate vicinity regardless of your purpose,” officers said, and warned that gas and other “non-lethal force” would be used.



The main clashes took place in the Lawrenceville neighborhood. Protesters threw bottles and police responded by sending up to 10 canisters of tear gas into the crowd. The sharp smell of the gas irritated the eyes and throats of protesters, some of them vomiting as they ran.



“We have seen police use rubber bullets, batons and gas,” said Noah Williams, a spokesman for the anti-capitalist Pittsburgh G20 Resistance Project.



Leaders of developed and developing economies are meeting in Pittsburgh for a gathering to discuss how to improve financial reforms to avoid another global economic crisis.




And nowhere in here does it mention the sonic weapons. Which are highly accurate and only work if you move towards them.
 

honeykeeper

New Member
[quote name='DevilDawg' date='28 September 2009 - 04:56 PM' timestamp='1254167799' post='153324']

Well I see we have gone off on a tangent trying to use any source other than one considered reputable. These were not peaceful protesters. These were not people there to show solidarity with their fellow Americans hurting in these trying times. These were a bunch of anarchists who revel in causing destruction and using a current event to draw attention to their own whinny butt little opinions.



taken from The Times UKReal Story



Anti-G20 protesters rampaged through the city centre of Pittsburgh tonight, smashing up shops and throwing rocks at police, as officers used tear gas and baton-charges in an attempt to bring them under control.



In riots which continued through evening rush hour, about 300 protesters were reported to have remained from an initial crowd of 2,000 in Bloomfield, Pittsburgh’s Little Italy.



Frustrated in their attempts to reach the venue where world leaders are meeting the crowd, many of whom wore face-masks and armed themselves with rocks, broke windows at fast-food restaurants, a BMW dealership and a bank in the area, about a mile from the fenced-off convention centre. Yeah, way to Help Your Fellow American



Police in body armour and armed with plastic shields threw pepper gas canisters to disperse the protesters, charging in to make some arrests.



Some reports also suggested that rubber bullets had been used, but police tonight confirmed that they had fired pellet-filled “beanbags” to combat the rioters.



“In response to having sticks, bricks and rocks thrown at them in the Shady Side neighborhood of Pittsburgh, police responded with bean bag rounds and dispersed the crowd,” Bill Crowley, an FBI agent, told the AFP news agency.



So-called bean bags - or flexible baton rounds - are fired from an officer’s riot shotgun. Pittsburgh police spokeswoman Diane Richard said they were “softer” than rubber bullets. “The police had sticks, rocks and other instruments thrown toward them so in defence of that, that was their way of dispersing the crowd. They had trash cans thrown at them, all kinds of different things,” she said.



Anti-capitalist protests have marked major gatherings of world leaders on the economy for years, sometimes turning violent and forcing summit organisers to use fortress-like security.



Earlier, police dispersed the 2,000 people who had gathered during lunchtime for a march. “You must leave the immediate vicinity regardless of your purpose,” officers said, and warned that gas and other “non-lethal force” would be used.



The main clashes took place in the Lawrenceville neighborhood. Protesters threw bottles and police responded by sending up to 10 canisters of tear gas into the crowd. The sharp smell of the gas irritated the eyes and throats of protesters, some of them vomiting as they ran.



“We have seen police use rubber bullets, batons and gas,” said Noah Williams, a spokesman for the anti-capitalist Pittsburgh G20 Resistance Project.



Leaders of developed and developing economies are meeting in Pittsburgh for a gathering to discuss how to improve financial reforms to avoid another global economic crisis.




And nowhere in here does it mention the sonic weapons. Which are highly accurate and only work if you move towards them. [/quote]



Is that the best you have?.... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/017.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt003' />



The more sources that agree the more I connect the dots. I've seen many videos that show the same thing so I'd say the above article is a pseudo-neo-conservative write-up for job security and nothing more........how many reporters did they have there? I guess they never showed up because the demonstrators were supposedly going to be armed with bags of poop! lol <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/003.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt005' />

They were there to end the Iraq-Afghanistan invasions and to protest that they know there are no jobs when they get out of school......can't blame them on any of those points. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/004.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' />



Do you know what LRAD means? The first two words mean LONG RANGE:



Crowd Control: How the ‘Sonic Cannon’ Works

Posted by Rita Isaac | 25 September 2009, 2:21 pm



Police in Pittsburgh showed off the latest in crowd control Thursday as they reportedly used “sound cannons” to blast the ears of protesters near the Group of 20 meeting of world economic leaders.



City officials said it was the first time such sound blasters, sometimes called sound weapons, were used publicly. But what exactly are they?




“There was an array of sound amplifiers used during the demonstration,” Lavonnie Bickerstaff of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, told LiveScience, adding, “The Poconos police brought the long-range acoustic device with them, but I don’t know whether it was used.”



The long range acoustic device (LRAD) is designed for long-range communication and “unmistakable warning,” according to the American Technology Corporation, which develops the instruments.



“The LRAD basically is the ability to communicate clearly from 300 meters to 3 kilometers” (nearly 2 miles), said Robert Putnam of American Technology’s media and investor relations. “It’s a focused output. What distinguishes it from other communications tools out there is its ability to be heard clearly and intelligibly at a distance, unlike bullhorns.”



Its shrill warning tones can be heard at least 1,600 feet (500 meters) away and depending on the model of LRAD it can blast a maximum sound of 145 to 151 decibels — equal to a gunshot — within a 3-foot (one meter) range, according to American Technology. But there is a volume knob, so its output can be less than max, Putnam noted.



On the decibel scale, an increase of 10 (say, from 70 to 80) means that a sound is 10 times more intense. Normal traffic noise can reach 85 decibels.




For comparison, a jet engine sends out an ear-splitting 140 to 180 decibels of sound. Human conversation hovers at about 60 decibels. Permanent hearing loss can result from sounds at about 110 to 120 decibels in short bursts or even just 75 decibels if exposure lasts for long periods, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other sources.



Anything over 120 decibels is liable to be noticeably painful for some individuals, and 150 decibels would hurt anyone’s ears. Such sounds damage small hair cells in the inner ear that convert sound energy into electrical signals that travel to the brain. “Once damaged, our hair cells cannot grow back,” the NIH states.



But Putnam said under normal circumstances the LRAD is not harmful. “There’s no way it can hurt you unless you have the ability to stand in front of it closely for several minutes,” Putnam said in a telephone interview.



If you did stand there at length, “It’s like having a rock concert in three hours given to you in a half-hour,” he added.



The instrument’s volume, along with its high-pitched tone, make for “painfully loud sound frequencies that are concentrated in a narrow beam and easily direct them at a target, not unlike using a spotlight,” according to Gizmag.



Putnam said the frequency of LRAD ranges from 2,800 Hertz to 3,000 Hertz. That’s similar to the pitch of human speech, which is between 500 Hz and 3,000 Hz, the NIH states.







Louder than bombs: LRAD 'sonic cannon' debuts in U.S. at G20 protests

Sam Gustin

Sep 25th 2009 at 2:40PMText SizeAAA

Filed under: Technology, Economy



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Pittsburgh police on Thursday used an audio cannon manufactured by American Technology Corporation (ATCO), a San Diego-based company, to disperse protesters outside the G-20 Summit -- the first time its LRAD series device has been used on civilians in the U.S.



An ATC sales representative confirms to DailyFinance that Pittsburgh police used ATC's Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD). "Yes, we sold one LRAD unit to a government agency -- I don't know which one -- which was used in Pittsburgh," the representative said. American Technology Corp.'s stock was trading up over 15 percent in heavy activity late Friday.



ATC calls itself "a leading innovator of commercial, government, and military directed acoustics product offers" that offers "sound solutions for the commercial, government, and military markets."



Pittsburgh officials said yesterday they believe this to be the first use of a LRAD "sonic cannon" against civilians in U.S. history.

"The police fired a sound cannon that emitted shrill beeps, causing demonstrators to cover their ears and back up," The New York Times reported. For years, similar "non-lethal" products designed by ATC have been used at sea by cruise ships to ward off pirates.




"LRAD creates increased stand off and safety zones, supports resolution of uncertain situations, and potentially prevents the use of deadly force," ATC spokesperson Robert Putnam told DailyFinance. "We believe this is highly preferable to the real instances that happen almost every day around the world where officials use guns and other lethal and non-lethal weapons to disperse protesters."



Still, Putnam acknowledged the potential for physical harm. "If you stand right next to it for several minutes, you could have hearing damage," he said. "But it's your choice." He added that heavy-duty ear-phones can render the weapon less effective.



The company's LRAD series has a variety of featured benefits, including "Longer stand-off distances for increased asset protection, larger coverage with fewer personnel, and determination of intent of groups or individuals from extended distances." The product line can also transmit "bird distress calls to repel targeted birds from crops, buildings, and airports."



"The military version is a 45-pound, dish-shaped device that can direct a high-pitched, piercing tone with a tight beam. Neither the LRAD's operators or others in the immediate area are affected," USA Today reported in 2005.



ATC was founded in 1980 by an inventor named Elwood G. Norris, after he served in the U.S. Air Force as a Nuclear Weapons Specialist, according to the company. Norris currently sits on the board and controls about 13 percent of the company's 50 million outstanding shares.



ATC was recapitalized in 1992, according to its website, which explains that it began engineering sound weaponry in 1996. "In response to the October 2000 attack on the USS Cole, we developed and introduced our revolutionary Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) product and continue to expand our sound reproduction technologies and products to meet the needs of our customers and target markets."



Given yesterday's civilian debut, with no reported casualties, commercial and civilian uses for LRAD also seem possible. Putnam said the company hopes law enforcement agencies everywhere come to realize what an effective crowd control weapon the LRAD can be.



And ATC, while small, is finally finding a rosy financial picture. The company reported record fiscal third quarter revenues of $4.4 million, for the quarter ended June 30: a 60 percent revenue increase over the prior year. In fact, Putnam said the company had only been profitable for the last two quarters.



In a press release accompanying the earnings announcement from early August, ATC president and CEO Tom Brown remarked: "We generated our second consecutive profitable quarter and achieved year-over-year revenue growth through strong LRAD sales to U.S. and foreign naval forces, maritime shipping companies and for bird-deterrence applications."



"With pirate attacks up 110% in the first six months of this calendar year with 240 incidents reported, compared to 114 incidents for the same period last year, we continue to experience increasing domestic and international maritime security interest and orders for our proprietary LRAD systems," he said.



Now that the law enforcement authorites have begun using the LRAD in U.S. cities, a whole new marketplace for the company may have opened up. Don't be surprised to see a LRAD at an event with large crowds in your town sometime in the future.









Oh.....Some "Agent Provacateurs" trying to blend in but nope! BUSTED <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt006' /> This happens everyehwere. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt013' />

3 cops in the US:

[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPFC7THiKho&feature=player_embedded#t=118[/media]



3 cops in Canada:

[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yM6ixbuSNvE&feature=player_embedded#t=94[/media]



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRcOgPS5rWI&feature=player_embedded[/media]





I love connecting the dots!..... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt006' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/003.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt005' />
 

DevilDawg

New Member
so more obscure fringe bloggers are your "Connecting the Dots" sources. Not buyin it.



And yes, I have a Very well informed knowledge of exactly how effective and how best to utilize the LRAD is. If you don't like the noise, simply turn around and walk away. It is a highly focused cone of wavelengths. The only way to increase the pain is to stay in the "Cone" and walk towards it. If professional protestors looking to get press anyway they can want to "Feel The Sound" who am I to stop them? Idiots. And not one of them was there for any reason other than to generate attention to whatever cause they determined in the coffee shop prior to breaking the law.



Unlawful Gathering has been, remains, and will continue to be an Enforcable Law. Breaking and willful destruction of other peoples property is also against the law.



I for one am glad to see they used the bean bags instead of rubber bullets. This way none of these idiots died, and the press cycle will have already died off.





Bring something meaty to the table. Like the Onnointed One trying to shift attention away from the War by going personally to bring the IOC to the Crimeland of Chicago. THe payoffs continue. Why discuss the murder committed by Chicago kids after school when you can deflect it with a story like " I am going to force your kids to go longer and more hours per day" to school.
 

honeykeeper

New Member
[quote name='DevilDawg' date='29 September 2009 - 01:36 PM' timestamp='1254242217' post='153356']



Unlawful Gathering has been, remains, and will continue to be an Enforcable Law. Breaking and willful destruction of other peoples property is also against the law.



I for one am glad to see they used the bean bags instead of rubber bullets. This way none of these idiots died, and the press cycle will have already died off. [/quote]



They were TRYING to enforce another "false flag policy"...........not a true law and failed to enforce their sworn duties.

Using the military to kidnap and assault and enforce at such an event is against the supposedly LAW as well as you know.



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNSxsomGtC8&feature=related[/media]
 

54warrior

New Member
If these 'kooks' want to hang off of bridges, organize, throw rocks, break stuff, vandalize, etc. Then they get whatever comes to them.
 

DevilDawg

New Member
So in typical fashion for the Non-Answer we have all come to expect. Yet another video is linked in showing no "PROOF" of police abusing law abiding citizens. We are instead forced to rapidly hit the mute button to keep from being tortured with something far worse than waterboarding, a rapper. The video while even admittedly by the poster and creator was HIGHLY Editted showed no violent behaviour by the law enforcement officials or NG members there. It did however show a huge crowd of cowards hiding thier identity while inciting a riot-like response. It did show a large swell of college kids with ZERO life experience who's fertile minds are being corrupted by liberal fanatic professors expressing what the same aforementioined idiots have described to them as the "Protest" of thier generation.



Sadly, just another "Post-N-Run" type video in a long history of similar showing that while we are all better off for having a "COMPLETE Democratic" government currently we are still wrong.
 

honeykeeper

New Member
[quote name='DevilDawg' date='01 October 2009 - 01:47 PM' timestamp='1254415654' post='153427']

So in typical fashion for the Non-Answer we have all come to expect. Yet another video is linked in showing no "PROOF" of police abusing law abiding citizens. We are instead forced to rapidly hit the mute button to keep from being tortured with something far worse than waterboarding, a rapper. The video while even admittedly by the poster and creator was HIGHLY Editted showed no violent behaviour by the law enforcement officials or NG members there. It did however show a huge crowd of cowards hiding thier identity while inciting a riot-like response. It did show a large swell of college kids with ZERO life experience who's fertile minds are being corrupted by liberal fanatic professors expressing what the same aforementioined idiots have described to them as the "Protest" of thier generation.



Sadly, just another "Post-N-Run" type video in a long history of similar showing that while we are all better off for having a "COMPLETE Democratic" government currently we are still wrong. [/quote]



So in typical fashion you support the dissentegration of our country, society, economy and planet and the youth's future. I ask what's in it for you?.........Can you name one thing that's REAL?

Remember........America's youth is watching you....here and at home.....24/7.



[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inrxlN8Z0Mc[/media]
 

DevilDawg

New Member
[quote name='honeykeeper' date='01 October 2009 - 12:00 PM' timestamp='1254416409' post='153428']

So in typical fashion you support the dissentegration of our country, society, economy and planet and the youth's future. I ask what's in it for you?.........Can you name one thing that's REAL?[/quote]



There is nothing real or truthful in your quesiton, so no. At no point in time will you find a comment, thought, or rumor to me having wished for the willful destruction of our country; society; economy; planet or the Youths future.





[quote name='honeykeeper' date='01 October 2009 - 12:00 PM' timestamp='1254416409' post='153428']Remember........America's youth is watching you....here and at home.....24/7.



[/quote]



Todays youth is so busy trying tofigure out how to improve upon the "Suckling n the Govt" tit thier parents showed them how to do they don't have time for anything else. If it isn't a vidoe game, youtube, or porn they have nothing to do with it.
 

honeykeeper

New Member
[quote name='DevilDawg' date='01 October 2009 - 02:43 PM' timestamp='1254419013' post='153438'] Todays youth is so busy trying tofigure out how to improve upon the "Suckling n the Govt" tit thier parents showed them how to do they don't have time for anything else. If it isn't a vidoe game, youtube, or porn they have nothing to do with it. [/quote]



Wish you had the nerve to say that in Pittsburgh last week......that would have been a hoot to see! lol........ <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/001.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt001' />
 
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