November 22, 2011
Police use tanks to combat peaceful demonstrators
And then of course, treated as such. Surely I am not off in the wilderness in literally feeling such an eventuality is all but inevitable? It’s hard for one in fact, not to imagine that our Federal Government’s outrageously overzealous “If You See Something, Say Something!” campaign has been perfectly tailored to include those who are presently demonstrating in the streets of America against economic injustice and inequality.
After all, aren’t explosive devices or chemical
agents small and powerful enough to fit neatly into some ‘hippy’ backpack
Not to mention, being overly enthralled with its own Military Industrial Complex, leads one to further postulate that there are at least a few pesky laws in place to protect an individual’s right to free speech and/or constitutional civil liberties, which very well might be evaded or suspended by politicians or police should perceived threats to certain corrupt folks in lofty positions of money and power, conveniently morph into ‘national security’ issues.
Creating a situation, of course, which obviously
amounts to taking what have been up to this point relatively peaceful
protesters or demonstrations, and thwarting or crushing their existence, as
And so as fate would have it, supposedly, and
quite suitably enough for the Mayor of New York City - as a result of this
particular obscure and isolated ‘terrorist’ incident and/or apparent bit of
federal entrapment, there next comes the disproportionate repercussion from
Michael Bloomberg reportedly of deploying at least 1000 extra
‘counter-terrorism’ police to be on stand-by (one must assume) even within
the very midst of the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement?
I am not that gullible a fool, nor stupid enough an American citizen, thank you very much. Are you?
The very last person this woefully deceitful
‘Nanny’ of a Mayor of New York, seeks to protect, is an ordinary New Yorker.