Friday, July 10, 2015

Still Alive, just tired of fighting

Nobody worry, nothing bad happened to me up here in the North.   I've decided to go all Malcolm Reynolds and make my goal to live life at sea, and whenever the grip of the Police state widens, I just sail a little farther out.  Sorry I don't have anything more profound to say after all this time, escape to complete self-sufficiency just seems like a better option than attempting to impotently fix all the injustices in this country.  Hell, I can't even fix glaring injustices in my own small town.  I'm not denouncing citizenship, I'm simply escaping, only to come back to visit from time to time.  After all, that seemed to be the goal all along.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Illinois Woman beg the state for protection

In Arlington Heights Illinois, one attack a week on female joggers has spurred some media attention.   It has also exploited some of the illogical reactions Illinois citizens have in general to criminals.   We're going to look into a few precedents, and show the opinions of the people, and see how they are in contrast.

1st precedent:  Warren v. DC (1981) This ruling secured that "... police do not have a duty to provide police services to individuals, even if a dispatcher promises help to be on the way..."

2nd precedent: Castle Rock C. Gonzales (2005) This ruling further stated that Police don't have a duty to provide police services, even if you filed the appropriate restraining orders.

What these rulings ultimately mean is that no one has a duty to protect you, not even people you pay to do that very job.   Even if they stamp the phrase "To protect and serve" on their car.   I'm going to level with you... You've been lied to, and police protection is anything but protection.

So back to the article:

""We walk, so I won't be walking early morning for a while," said resident Chris Dix.
Police plan to add extra patrols. But despite that one woman says until the attacker is caught, she won't feel safe.
"Unless they start doing something to make things safer for women, I won't come back," she said.""

I have to level with you Chris Dix and random woman resident, you are the only person responsible for your safety.  The police use guns to protect themselves, at this point in time the police will still charge you with a felony if you attempt to exercise your right to defend yourself with a firearm, in this light, the police are not there to protect you, but to hinder your efforts to protect yourself.  It is immoral, unethical, and just plain unconstitutional.  I would say at this time your very enemy are the police you are turning to in order to ask for protection that they know they have no duty to provide.  Even with that said, until you, and millions of people like you accept your responsibility, and take actions to protect yourself, you will always be a potential victim, and you will always be afraid.

Friday, August 30, 2013

Drop your cigarette butt become a felon!

In another obvious ploy to make every citizen in Illinois a convicted felon that would be ineligible to own firearms, Illinois has passed a law that makes it a class B Misdemeanor to throw your cigarette butt on the ground punishable by a $1500 fine.   2nd offense moves it up to $2500, and your third offense would be a Class 4 Felony punishable by a $25,000 fine and up to 3 years in jail!  

"I think it's a good idea, I think will keep our city cleaner, m a smoker myself and I think it will curb my appeal for throwing them out the window, I really don’t have $1,500 bucks laying around,” says Jacob Wilson.
The second time you're seen tossing a cigarette butt, the penalty is a fine up to $2,500. A third offense is a felony and you could spend up to three years in jail; some Stateliners say that goes too far."

this law was passed based on the false information that cigarette filters are not biodegradable.   In fact, they are, here is some evidence:

Our filter tips are biodegradable over a period of between a month and three years, depending on environmental conditions. Although we are researching more rapid breakdown, at present we know of no practical way of making consumer-acceptable filters that would degrade so quickly that they would not cause short-term littering problems. 

 Here is some more:

Currently CA is generally recognized as a biodegradable polymer within the scientiļ¬c community

So there you have it... do something a liberal doesn't like, and men with guns will rob you again and again, then eventually throw you in a cage.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Brutal Thugs Chain and Beat Woman

A group of brutal thugs kidnapped, chained, and beat bloody for hours Jacklyn Miranda.   In new court documents, the thugs have been identified as members of the most dangerous Chicago gang, the Chicago Police Department.  The terrible crime this woman committed was that she assisted shooting victims but didn't see the faces of the people who shot them.   Later that day, the gang members went to her house and intimidated her to sign off on mugshots, but she refused, claiming she didn't want to implicate a potentially innocent person, because she didn't see their face.  Her mother asked the gang members to leave, and not to bother Jacklyn anymore.

Shortly later, two of the Chicago gang members saw Jacklyn walking to a bus stop.   They took her phone, and taunted her about not being able to call her mother for help.   Then they used metal bondage devices to restrain her while they kidnapped her.   They took her to a secret room where they chained her to a metal ring in a concrete wall.   While she was there they got continually more abusive, starting with obscenities, and threats.

One gang member flaunted his special gang training, claiming he could use his advanced techniques to force her to make false statements.  
    "Plaintiff told the defendant that his pressure could not make her tell a false story. At that, the defendant struck plaintiff across her face with his open hand. Plaintiff began to bleed.     "When the defendant officer opened the door of the interrogation room to leave, plaintiff saw other officers outside. Seeking their help, she called out that she had been hit and was bleeding.     "The defendant came back into the room, closed the door behind him, and threatened plaintiff, saying that if she did that again, he would 'lay her out' and make it look like she had come at him. The defendant proceeded to tighten the handcuffs multiple times around plaintiff's wrist, asking whether plaintiff understood him. He then informed plaintiff that he had done this sort of interrogation before.     "Plaintiff said that since there were cameras in the room, people would know what he was doing to her. The defendant responded with words to the effect of: 'You stupid bitch, the cameras are off in this room. No one cares what happens to you.'"

In an attempt to gain freedom, she bargained with the thugs, she told them she would come back, and look at a line-up of men, and implicate somebody.  

They released her, and followed her to a restaurant where she met a friend.   They both observed that they were being watched/followed, so they escaped through the back door of the restaurant.  

The gang members continually go to Miranda's house asking for her, and have now moved on to threatening to bind up, kidnap and torture her friends if they did not disclose her whereabouts.

The Chicago Police continue to operate at large as one of the most notorious gangs in America.