Saturday, November 27, 2010

Black and White Internet

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[Link Here to see Internet History being made] The first Internet censorship showing remember this date and this badge!

If you wear a robe and are neked underneath it THE MAN will come take it off you to show us you are truly neked. Torrent sites to be the first as I predict, then the movie link places and then YouTube.

The List of recently seized websites. Check them out they all have the ICE DHS SEIZED badge on it. Seems that many are selling counterfeit clothes and dvds? Who knows now cuz they gone!
List courtesy of

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Tru TV Deathbed Confession with Jesse Ventura

The JFK assassination may of marked the first graphic violence witnessed on TV.
The picture of his shooting seem to be forever dissected and broadcast on or around the anniversary of the assassination.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

KoRn County...

I lived in Kern County and this is NOT a joking matter and I take it as the truth.
Click here to read the ridiculous story surrounding this picture.
Click here to remember the national spotlight that makes you wonder why you recognized this name somehow.
Click here to read some current drama with their law enforcement

post edit:
Regardless of the woman's above political affiliations, her rights were violated!
The videos above are good, but the woman involved stated she was a Sovereign Woman on the land..after an email session, she is NOT a part of the Sovereign Citizen Movement.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

10 Rules for Dealing with Police-video for free


10 Rules for Dealing with Police

A film produced
by Flex Your Rights

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C.
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QuickTimeWatch the Event in QuickTime (M4V)

ipodDownload a Podcast of the Event (MP3)

The video is 1 hr and 15 mins.

It is a sad state of affairs when we must educate our people on how to deal with the police.

It is true that police encounters are very volatile.
We must "Question Liberty" on this and learn to evolve beyond this.

Monday, November 15, 2010

No pictures...Please!

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An article from the Huff today....

A Cop's Advice on Dealing with Cops (Slideshow)
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"Obey the Law wearing kid gloves! We'll teach you how in ten easy (submissive) steps".
OH make sure you click the link to the video that IS for sale...fucking SPAM !
DOCUdrama to make the legendary HBO venturing lawyer even richer selling bulk discounted stacks of "How we must learn to keep police officers at bay"?
With smart phone tech, people are on you'd think this kind of corruption like the Papparazi is on Lindsay Lohan.
If you go to the HuFF article linked above and read the over 1000 comments you will find people speaking out on how they had been abused by the law.
My main concern was the it was linked to a price list of video options. I found a free copy and you can find it on my next post.
My stand at this point is give in to the bully cop and let them search you. Then you won't go to jail or get held for a duration.
Once incarcerated you stand the chance of losing your job and your kids as you wait for a Lawyer to get you out. Your stand for freedom ends up being your demise.
Yet this is a highly questionable topic...

Friday, November 12, 2010

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Press Freedom Index 2010

It is an interesting fact that the United States is ranked 20 in the world. [see entire list and more click here]

The Reporters Without Borders website has the info on how the index was calculated. Their byline is "

"As of today, more than 200 bloggers and reporters are in jail".

read about it and "Question Liberty"...

Monday, November 8, 2010

Discovery: Border Conflict on the front line

Take a small pause to listen to a contemporary remake of the Marvin Gaye song:

Get a playlist!

Click here to Border Explorer Blog source for the information We titled.

"What they do to one of us, they do to all of us".
The blog link above says it all. Go there and read it from the source living near the source!
Make sure you see the All Voices Citizen Journalism link box on the right side bar.
This is the way you can get news from the source by those affected. Citizens who are actively Questioning Liberty!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

BlogBlast For Peace 2010

.gif animation called "I am Atom". by MadelineWoe

Was it Racial Profiling? Yes!

Community groups join together in a boycott of "The Taste of Cincinnati Festival," a city cultural event held on May 26, 2001. The groups were protesting the fatal shooting of Timothy Thomas on April 7th
“One day Tim came in the house, and he was like, ‘Mom, I got two tickets… it's like two tickets, Mom, for the same thing." Later on that same day he got two more tickets for the same things, in the same area, from different police officers.”

Dateline obtained traffic records that show beginning in February of 2000, as Timothy Thomas drove his friend's car, Cincinnati police began pulling him over, and ticketing him at an astounding rate. On March 10, Thomas is ticketed for not wearing a seatbelt and driving without a license. Later that same day, Thomas is pulled over again by a different officerand ticketed for driving without a license.

In fact, in just more than two months, Thomas was pulled over 11 times by six different white officers and four black officers. They cited Thomas for 21 violations, almost all of them for the exact same things -- not wearing a seat belt or driving without a license. Driving without a license is a criminal offense and can be dangerous -- which is why the law requires people to take a test to get their licenseWhile it is clear that Thomas broke the law, repeatedly driving without a license, the reason his tickets may be an indication of something larger is this: Driving without a license is a non-moving violation that police can only detect after they've pulled you over, It's not a moving violation, like running a red light, something police can see as you drive by. And driving without a seat belt is an infraction police must look very closely to spot. So the question is, if Thomas was being ticketed for infractions that were impossible or difficult to see, why was he being pulled over in the first place?.

Legally, police must have a justifiable reason to pull someone over. The officer who tried to stop Thomas the night he was shot said he recognized him after ticketing the young man a year earlier. Dateline asked Roger Webster, who was then the head of the Cincinnati Police Union, why he thought Thomas had been pulled over and given so many non-moving violations.

Had 10 different officers all really just been nice guys, pulling Thomas over for running a stop sign or speeding, but only once issuing him a moving violation, or was something else going on?

“Was this guy being profiled in some way?”


April 7, 2001 was an unseasonably warm spring night in Cincinnati, Ohio. Late that night, around 2 a.m., in a neighborhood called “Over the Rhine,” a young man walking down the street is spotted by an off duty police officer outside “The Warehouse,” a local nightclub. As the officer approaches the man runs and a chase is on.

Radio officer: “Ah we have a suspect, male, black, about 6 foot, red bandana, last seen east bound on east 13th. He has, ah, about 14 warrants on him...”

Other officers quickly join the pursuit.

Radio dispatcher: “Okay cars in the area copy on that. Chasing a subject with open warrants, approximately 14 of them, male black.”

A 27-year-old Cincinnati police officer spots the suspect as he runs into a dark alley. As a police car approaches, its camera rolling, the officer runs towards the alley and almost immediately a shot rings out. A single bullet fired from the officer's gun pierces the suspect's heart. He's pronounced dead at 3:02 am. The officer later tells investigators he thought the suspect was reaching for a gun – but no gun was ever found. By dawn, the identity of the suspect comes to light. The man was 19-years-old, a young father with an infant son. The man'sname was Timothy Thomas.

For many of Cincinnati's African Americans, Thomas, the latest in a growing number of black men to die at the hands of Cincinnati police, felt like the last straw. Within 24 hours, the anger and mistrust the African-American community felt towards its police exploded on the streets. Riot police marched through the streets, firing tear gas and rubber bullets. Days of civil unrest followed, painful for the city to endure.

But while it was the death of Timothy Thomas that enraged many in the city, it was the story of what happened to Thomas months before his death that would raise the most disturbing questions. Those questions would launch Dateline on a 14 month investigation revealing new information on racial profiling?