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SPANISH...THE NEW OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IN AMERICA'S SOCIALIST AND COMMUNIST REGIMES...PART 2 (36 hits)


In Part 1, I spoke about how a motel in Annville, Pennsylvania, known as the 40 Winks Inn, located at: 1137 W. Main Street, had a for sale sign placed in front iof the mote. According to very reliable sources, the minute this was posted within Part 1, a Constable visited the motel, and from hispanic friends, pretending to be looking for someone who was already there. Then, according to the hispanic, the Constable sat in his red truck in front a a room and departed from the premuises 10 minutes later. And while in progress, someone who reads these articles posted by me immediately contacted one of the owners of the motel and took the sign up. Isn't this strange? What harm was it posting that a motel was selling their business? Why would they want to remove the sign after this was revealed? And why would a Constable visit the room of a female who works with Traffic Control (1-844-tplan-44), a company known for its affiliation with Municipalities, Police Departments, and the likes. Whats the purpose for the trickery? What do they have to hide? This is the way of people in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New York, and Delaware. Socialists are a very cunning and deceptive group of people that will do almost anything to prove that others who reveal their evils are without proof. However, if one were to check local classified ads within Annville, Palmyra, Lebanon, and Hershey, you will see that the business is up for sale.

This form of trickery has become a norm in America, and this is also the way they divide Americans. White power freaks, with the aid of both black and latino sell-outs, who are Black Illuminati picks, dominate Lebanon County and York County, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, however, is an entirely different animals! When one American accuses parties of discrimination, corruption, or insubordination, just to name a few things, they'll always pull the change-up on you. And believe it or not something this small can still divide Americans; a strategy they know all so well. Most of the population is hardwired to a failing fourth estate. The fourth estate has brainwashed us into believing everything that is told to us by men in three piece suits, military, police uniforms, and those in lab coats with clip boards. We never think that all of these people are placed in a newscast that is meant to be hyper reality and that the information that is offered is being controlled by a small group of people with a specific agenda that includes creating a well-controlled populace, a climate of politically sterile apathy, destruction of family values, racial division, police state brutality and depopulation. The hardwired system of the psycho cycle uses brainwashing and neuro-programming to train the docile to view the government as a special class that needs protection. We are being shown that they are a special entity with special powers of sovereign immunity from criminal activities. They say there is nothing new under the sun, and when you are analyzing in familiar territory you can predict the outcome if it is seen that a vast majority of people do not learn lessons from history.

If our model for perceiving our environment and time is limited or if we happen to perceive something while in crisis or after a traumatic experience, we run the obvious risk of missing important information that may be crucial for our well-being and survival; or conversely of hallucinating imaginary information that may be misleading or hurtful. Think of those moments in your life where your perception of time has slowed down. Many people tell the story of missing time, or time that has slowed down just before the impact of an automobile accident or a fall. With this in mind let us think about world events and how we all have an opinion on what is going on based on the narrative provided by the media. There have been several events in history that have been traumatizing to the nation as a whole. So traumatizing in fact that people are confused about what really went on and rather than overload with details, are satisfied to the watered-down explanations provided by the media that is under the direction of corporate interest and quite frankly, produces news that is sanitized by the Pentagon and in some cases, the executive branch of government. Very few average people have the discipline to check their views and beliefs with the criteria of consistency. The average person, when listening to proposed authority, needs to also internally decide if any claim that has been made provides verifiable documentation to your satisfaction. Do all of the pieces of information provided fit the dialogue and time line provided? If they do not then do you reject the claim or do you investigate further? The average person will not even go that far. While the experiences of the world differ, do you still decide that what you have seen in the narrative is reality? Who in the world has the ambition to weigh everything based on what is really transpiring and not what the narrative provides or what the inner core belief you possess tends to cloud?

Problems in any of the traits described go ignored by the average person. They are also forgotten and are replaced by emotional belief and not on anything dealing with fact with respect to time or environment. Americans are being brainwashed into vulnerability and many in their emotional repose often decide that it is an act of futility to question or devise a plan to curb injustices and abuses of human rights in this country. Most of all, the powers-that-be want us to feel powerless to protect ourselves and be reliant on and grateful for the dubious protection provided by the American police state. We can all agree that the shooting of police officers is a terrible offense to the public. However, some are wondering if the shootings are a part of what can be called the copycat effect where the media reporting such things creates a challenge for another would be criminal to be inspired to continue the crimes spree. People are also concerned that the media spin is providing a manufactured crisis that raises public awareness to the point where a solution is demanded and a quick fix be implemented. As usual these quick fixes are created by officials and are already in the wings. All in needed is the watch, spin, repeat of the psycho cycle to brainwash people into accepting new laws, or other proposals that curtail human rights. The federal government’s 1969 hate crime law has been expanded several times and already criminalizes attempted bodily injury against anyone based on race, religion, ethnicity, nationality, gender, s*xual orientation, gender identity, and disability. Penalties for committing a “hate crime” extend to up to 10 years in federal prison.

The last time Congress extended hate crime protections to a group was in 2009, when it added transgendered and homos*xual Americans to those covered by such laws. It’s far from clear whether anyone in Congress will take the FOP up on its proposal to expand such federal protections to police. The question also is that if we grant special rights to the police are we sending a message that the United States has finally embraced the police state? Under current federal law, police officers already enjoy additional protections, they say. Killing a police officer is a first-degree murder charge, carrying with it the prospect of the death penalty. Even in states without the death penalty a cop-killer could face death if prosecuted under federal law. Others want to propose that assault on an officer should also be considered a hate crime. Under current law, assault with bodily injury is generally punishable as a Class A misdemeanor, while assault on a public servant, including a law enforcement officer, is a 3rd degree felony, he wants to make it a second degree felony. There are two main principled reasons to oppose all federal hate crime legislation. First, is the basic legal tenet that all people should be treated equally in the eyes of the law? The judicial process should not be dependent upon the demographics of the victim or defendant.

Violence against anyone, regardless of the identities or beliefs of those involved, should be prohibited equally and impartially in a fair and just system. Second, the federal government has no legitimate authority to create such laws. The U.S. Constitution specifically Article 1, Section 8 of our constitution offers no mention of the federal government having the ability to prohibit crimes of violence between citizens for any reason. Crimes such as assault and murder are properly prohibited at the state-level and are enforced by state or local agencies not the FBI. To broaden the scope of federal law enforcers is a mistake and a move toward more centralized authoritarianism. There are two main principled reasons to oppose all federal hate crime legislation. First, is the basic legal tenet that all people should be treated equally in the eyes of the law? The judicial process should not be dependent upon the demographics of the victim or defendant. Violence against anyone, regardless of the identities or beliefs of those involved, should be prohibited equally and impartially in a fair and just system. Second, the federal government has no legitimate authority to create such laws. The U.S. Constitution specifically Article 1, Section 8 of our Constitution offers no mention of the federal government having the ability to prohibit crimes of violence between citizens for any reason. Crimes such as assault and murder are properly prohibited at the state-level and are enforced by state or local agencies, not the FBI. To broaden the scope of federal law enforcers is a mistake and a move toward more centralized authoritarianism.

Studies are now being conducted that are concluding there is precedent for anger towards the police state, namely, that the American people have been witness to numerous perversions of due process, including excessive delays before holding trials, lengthy periods of solitary confinement, and secrecy regarding the evidence used to convict suspects. There have also been questions about rules of engagement and what warrants a shooting by an officer towards a suspect. Many videos that have wound up on You Tube show officers using excessive force, multiple uses of taser guns, and brutality that is not only aimed at blacks and minorities, it is also aimed at weak, mentally ill or handicapped suspects. All people now have been subjected to or have witnessed “shelter in place orders,” lockdown, open military drills, threat assessments, and extended military surveillance like the Jade Helm exercise. All of these activities have all been orchestrated and executed to create an environment in which the public are more distrustful and fearful of each other and more reliant on the government to establish a police state atmosphere that is being seen all over the world. A hate crime law for police would most certainly be another undermining, intimidating, and silencing tool against people who protest and advocate against police misconduct. With the hate crime proposals it would be a felony to display “animosity” or “hostility” to police officers on the basis of their occupation. So would this mean that using bullhorn at a protest and shouting something against the police in the direction of the police, be construed “hostility”?

Would Tweeting or posting on Facebook discussing anything showing anything about police brutality come to be seen as hate speech? The wording and terms are so broad that people engaged in all kinds of constitutionally protected speech could find themselves charged with a hate crime. The connection between Socialists, Communists, and Nazis, is uncanny. Americans would have to be blind not to see how they are all working together with one another! As Americans have become more sensitive to prejudice, the number of recognized marginalized groups have multiplied, as has the number of those groups seeking protection. However, hate crime laws are now becoming silly because there are more and more people seeking special class distinction and it appears that there are potential crime victims who are complaining that they feel crimes against their groups are much worse than others. The existence of hate-crime laws, forces legislatures to decide which prejudices are more deserving of harsher punishments than others which inherently is a prejudiced exercise.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_state https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/police%20state https://www.criminaljusticedegreehub.com/police-state/
Posted By: george patel
Monday, January 21st 2019 at 6:40PM
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