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Police State Euphemism: “Shelter In Place”

The Boston police state lockdown was a beta test. It went over swimmingly. Residents obeyed orders and stayed in their homes. Grocery stores closed. Hospitals were inaccessible. Roads were empty. Schools closed down. Taxi cabs didn’t run. Local business lost millions of dollars in revenue. Get ready. It’s a distinct possibility “shelter in place” will be coming to your neighborhood soon, especially after the display of groveling submission in Watertown, Massachusetts.

Kurt Nimmo

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They did have a lot of AR-15s

They did have a lot of AR-15s on the street at the time. This was just a test run. In the real situation the police state will be stretched too thin and people will be able to organize before the real police state takedown attempt happens.

Did Anyone Resist? I have yet to see a single resident of Bosto

Boston who resisted! How can this be? Is it true? not one person demanded a warrant, or refused to go inside and not look out the window? Please tell me I'm wrong.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.

Rodney King Civil Unrest

As one who well remembers Los Angeles being shut down, here's my advice:

Knock on doors in your neighborhood and invite everyone over for a meeting (party). Decide whether it's worthwhile to block your own street. Find out who has medical training, who can babysit, and who is willing to go to the store with you. There are probably some teens willing to stay up late, and some grandparents who wake up before dawn, and between them, you can easily have round-the-clock security if need be.

Basicaly, the main, number one task, is to reduce the fear level by talking to each other, instead of cowering in the dark.

The late Huel Howser got his neighbors together, and they defended the strip mall in their neighborhood. The arsonists simply skipped that corner, as well as the one where the Korean immigrant stood on the roof with his gun. It did not take much to fend them off, and hiding inside watching TV news is the worst thing to do (unless you really want to).

We outnumber the police, and they live in the community, too, so most of them will be thrilled to know they don't have to be everywhere at once and that their own families are being cared for.

Fear is the most dangerous thing about the situation, as people may well shoot their own family members if startled. If they have allies, they won't be scared.

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Simply disgusting. Take back

Simply disgusting. Take back your schools, Reject federal mandates.

“Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian.” ― Henry Ford.