G-20 Protestors Blasted by Sonic Cannons

DevilDawg

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I would only have had a problem saying it due to Geographic Issues. My *** is not going north of IH-20 unless I am getting paid. Especially as the coldest, harshest winter since the 30's is about to set in. Handily dispelling more of Al Gore's PowerPoint fantasy.



Now if they chose to have the G-20 summit here in Houston or elsewhere in Texas I would set up on a corner with a megaphone telling the "Sheeples" exactly that.
 

honeykeeper

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[quote name='DevilDawg' date='01 October 2009 - 07:02 PM' timestamp='1254434579' post='153455']

I would only have had a problem saying it due to Geographic Issues. My *** is not going north of IH-20 unless I am getting paid. Especially as the coldest, harshest winter since the 30's is about to set in. Handily dispelling more of Al Gore's PowerPoint fantasy.



Now if they chose to have the G-20 summit here in Houston or elsewhere in Texas I would set up on a corner with a megaphone telling the "Sheeples" exactly that. [/quote]



How exactly would you be helping fellow Americans doing that? <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/017.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt001' />



Now one thing I also agree with/predict is a long-cold-snowy winter here...........if the moisture gets over the Blue Ridge Mountains onto my side which it didn't last year. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/009.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt003' />
 

DevilDawg

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[quote name='honeykeeper' date='01 October 2009 - 05:16 PM' timestamp='1254435396' post='153458']

How exactly would you be helping fellow Americans doing that? <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/017.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt001' />

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I would be helping my Fellow Law Abiding Americans by providing "Forward Observer" intel to the ploice and others to more effectively send these douche's to jail for thier crimes.



Break My Stuff Go To Jail....Period

Break the Law Go To Jail...Period

Come down here and steal my oxygen... go to jail... For Your own safety.



The "demonstrators" illustrated in your video's are proof of one thing... The Gene Pool is in Dire need of a Bleaching.
 

honeykeeper

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[quote name='DevilDawg' date='01 October 2009 - 07:21 PM' timestamp='1254435687' post='153459']

I would be helping my Fellow Law Abiding Americans by providing "Forward Observer" intel to the ploice and others to more effectively send these douche's to jail for thier crimes.



Break My Stuff Go To Jail....Period

Break the Law Go To Jail...Period

Come down here and steal my oxygen... go to jail... For Your own safety.



The "demonstrators" illustrated in your video's are proof of one thing... The Gene Pool is in Dire need of a Bleaching. [/quote]



And who is above this "bleaching"?





http://www.socialistworker.co.uk/art.php?id=19159



Police sergeant faces charges after G20 protests



The Territorial Support Group police sergeant who was broadcast on YouTube appearing to strike a woman at the G20 protests in London earlier this year is to be charged with assault.

Sergeant Delroy Smellie faces up to six months in prison if found guilty.

Nicola Fisher suffered serious bruising after the incident, which occurred on 2 April.

She was at a vigil in the City of London for paper seller Ian Tomlinson, who had died the day before after being shoved and harassed by police.
 

DevilDawg

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[quote name='honeykeeper' date='01 October 2009 - 06:19 PM' timestamp='1254439154' post='153465']

And who is above this "bleaching"?

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Anyone operating within the confines of the law, making lawful use of thier Rights under one of the 10, and anyone who is not a drain upon society.
 

DevilDawg

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[quote name='honeykeeper' date='02 October 2009 - 09:42 AM' timestamp='1254494565' post='153495']

How about the 35 articles of impeachment? The bleaching was needed at the top.

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Yeah, the speaker and that douche both should be "bleached" for wasting taxpayers time and money for pushing agendas that have absolutely nothing to do with the job they were elected for, not representing the people the were elected to do so for, working tirelessly to repay kickbacks and profiteer from war, and in general crimes against humanity for stealing oxygen..



Finally a video you posted I can get on board with. Thanks HK.
 

DevilDawg

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and for further de-bunking of the "Mean Shock Trooper" theory I provide Exhibit "A"



The G-20 Joint Information Center, which can be reached at 412-402-7630, issued this statement which to me explains exactly what is going on in that video:



The individuals involved in the 9/24/2009 arrest which has appeared online are law enforcement officers from a multi-agency tactical response team assigned to the security operations for the G20.



It is not unusual for tactical team members to wear camouflaged fatigues. The type of fatigues the officers wear designates their unit affiliation. Prior to the arrest, the officers observed this subject vandalizing a local business. Due to the hostile nature of the crowd, officer safety and the safety of the person under arrest, the subject was immediately removed from the area.

Link to TRUTH
 

honeykeeper

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NWO is here! click click. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/009.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt009' />



You Can't Say That

At the UN, the Obama administration backs limits on free speech




http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/017/043ytrhc.asp





The Obama administration has marked its first foray into the UN human rights establishment by backing calls for limits on freedom of expression. The newly-minted American policy was rolled out at the latest session of the UN Human Rights Council, which ended in Geneva on Friday. American diplomats were there for the first time as full Council members and intent on making friends.



President Obama chose to join the Council despite the fact that the Organization of the Islamic Conference holds the balance of power and human rights abusers are among its lead actors, including China, Cuba, and Saudi Arabia. Islamic states quickly interpreted the president's penchant for "engagement" as meaning fundamental rights were now up for grabs. Few would have predicted, however, that the shift would begin with America's most treasured freedom.



For more than a decade, a UN resolution on the freedom of expression was shepherded through the Council, and the now defunct Commission on Human Rights which it replaced, by Canada. Over the years, Canada tried mightily to garner consensus on certain minimum standards, but the "reformed" Council changed the distribution of seats on the UN's lead human rights body. In 2008, against the backdrop of the publication of images of Mohammed in a Danish newspaper, Cuba and various Islamic countries destroyed the consensus and rammed through an amendment which introduced a limit on any speech they claimed was an "abuse . . . [that] constitutes an act of racial or religious discrimination."



The Obama administration decided that a revamped freedom of expression resolution, extracted from Canadian hands, would be an ideal emblem for its new engagement policy. So it cosponsored a resolution on the subject with none other than Egypt--a country characterized by an absence of freedom of expression.

Privately, other Western governments were taken aback and watched the weeks of negotiations with dismay as it became clear that American negotiators wanted consensus at all costs. In introducing the resolution on Thursday, October 1--adopted by consensus the following day--the ranking U.S. diplomat, Chargé d'Affaires Douglas Griffiths, crowed:



"The United States is very pleased to present this joint project with Egypt. This initiative is a manifestation of the Obama administration's commitment to multilateral engagement throughout the United Nations and of our genuine desire to seek and build cooperation based upon mutual interest and mutual respect in pursuit of our shared common principles of tolerance and the dignity of all human beings."



His Egyptian counterpart, Ambassador Hisham Badr, was equally pleased--for all the wrong reasons. He praised the development by telling the Council that "freedom of expression . . . has been sometimes misused," insisting on limits consistent with the "true nature of this right" and demanding that the "the media must . . . conduct . . . itself in a professional and ethical manner."

The new resolution, championed by the Obama administration, has a number of disturbing elements. It emphasizes that "the exercise of the right to freedom of expression carries with it special duties and responsibilities . . ." which include taking action against anything meeting the description of "negative racial and religious stereotyping." It also purports to "recognize . . . the moral and social responsibilities of the media" and supports "the media's elaboration of voluntary codes of professional ethical conduct" in relation to "combating racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance."




Pakistan's Ambassador Zamir Akram, speaking on behalf of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, made it clear that they understand the resolution and its protection against religious stereotyping as allowing free speech to be trumped by anything that defames or negatively stereotypes religion. The idea of protecting the human rights "of religions" instead of individuals is a favorite of those countries that do not protect free speech and which use religion--as defined by government--to curtail it.

Even the normally feeble European Union tried to salvage the American capitulation by expressing the hope that the resolution might be read a different way. Speaking on behalf of the EU following the resolution's adoption, French Ambassador Jean-Baptiste Mattéi declared that "human rights law does not, and should not, protect religions or belief systems, hence the language on stereotyping only applies to stereotyping of individuals . . . and not of ideologies, religions or abstract values. The EU rejects the concept of defamation of religions." The EU also distanced itself from the American compromise on the media, declaring that "the notion of a moral and social responsibility of the media" goes "well beyond" existing international law and "the EU cannot subscribe to this concept in such general terms."



In 1992 when the United States ratified the main international law treaty which addresses freedom of expression, the government carefully attached reservations to ensure that the treaty could not "restrict the right of free speech and association protected by the Constitution and laws of the United States."



The Obama administration's debut at the Human Rights Council laid bare its very different priorities. Threatening freedom of expression is a price for engagement with the Islamic world that it is evidently prepared to pay.






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