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Faux-Govt 'Shutdown' 'prevents' the Fed Nazis from offering 'Services,' but can afford Mercenaries to guard Ind. Hall @ Philly?

I meant "rent-a-cops," not exactly BlackWater analogue: the govt's version of Union vs "scabs"?

Video: Feds Hire Armed Private Goons to Guard Independence Hall
Government pays fake cops to keep Americans out of national park during “shutdown”

Paul Joseph Watson
October 11, 2013

While claiming there is no money as a result of the government shutdown to keep national parks open, the federal government is simultaneously paying for private armed goons to keep Americans out of historic sites located in national parks like Independence Hall in Philadelphia.


The video above shows armed private goons who refuse to identify themselves or respond to the public guarding Independence Hall, which is situated in Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Independence Hall is where the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated and adopted.

In the clip, a citizen asks National Park Service employees to identify themselves. The NPS officers refuse to do so and one of them walks away. By this point, some of the private goons had already fled.

The video makers then attempt to question two of the private guards, who also refuse to identify themselves. The guards threaten to arrest the men as they ask, “Who do you work for?”

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I'm not surprised that private security would be less expensive

than that normally provided by the government.


Technically, not really: as now the Fed tyrants get to double-charge/bill/steal from their supposed bosses, 'We the People,' especially now that the DC consensus is that all Fed workers furloughed during the faux-shut down' should all be 'back-paid.' No?

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

They can also file for unemployment

compensation from their home state even though they are exempt from paying it. The theory is that they are to pay it back to the state if they receive the furlough pay.