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"Don't Tase Me, Bro!" The Man Behind Meme. Exclusive Interview with Andrew Meyer




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In a dystopia, exercising the 1st Amendment is activism...

and silence is approval of the status quo. Thanks.

I wondered what happened to

I wondered what happened to that guy. When it happened I actually called the campus police to inquire about his safety. I didn't know he was an RP guy but it was covered well on DP at the time.

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that was worth watching.

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Agreed...

He is quite articulate and can express his thoughts very well.

I regularly ask myself what I would do if I ever found myself in a predicament similar to all these police brutality cases.

In a situation like this one, I'd be prepared to be arrested, though it's completely ludicrous that I would be arrested for asking a controversial question and refusing to leave a public meeting. I would not physically resist, nor pull away from the cops, nor would I try to fight back. That's what they want. And that's what they're trained to respond to.

I'd probably do the Kokesh method of just going limp and refusing to be willingly be kidnapped. I'd also make sure to be very vocal to my peers, trying to guilt them into acting NOW! My appeals would NOT be towards the cops, but rather to my peers and to Kerry.

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Agreed..

Good video... Interesting perspective.

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9-11 Actors:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aPvJSQtmoE

Pysops.. media.. actors.. propagandists... disinfo agents.. fake videos.. fake photos