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Two NYPD Officers Murdered In An Ambush To Revenge Mike Brown!

Old 20th Dec 2014, 23:22
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Two NYPD Officers Murdered In An Ambush To Revenge Mike Brown!

It was bound to happen.

After all the Lies told about the Mike Brown Case, and the Media hyping the Case in complete defiance of the Truth and Reality....and the President and Attorney General pouring petrol on the fire with their Rhetoric and Actions.....is there any doubt Police Officers are going to be targeted.

Anyone care to bet we hear nothing about this from Obama and Holder or Sharpton and Jackson? Will the Congressional Black Caucus, NAACP, ACLU or any of the other Groups that fueled the emotions of the Black Community going to speak out against this kind of action?



2 NYPD cops shot dead Execution Style as ?revenge? for Garner - Wounded American Warrior
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Old 20th Dec 2014, 23:32
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My sympathies.
If every suicidal African-American takes out two cops....

Have a look down this list
Causes for the Fall of the Roman Empire

The Major Causes for the Fall of the Roman Empire

Antagonism between the Senate and the Emperor
Decline in Morals
Political Corruption and the Praetorian Guard
Fast expansion of the Empire
Constant Wars and Heavy Military Spending
Barbarian Knowledge of Roman Military Tactics
Failing Economy
Unemployment of the Working Classes (The Plebs)
The 'Mob' and the cost of the 'Games'
Decline in Ethics and Values
Slave Labor
Natural Disasters
Christianity (i.e. a religious belief in the afterlife for the desperate)
Barbarian Invasion
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Old 20th Dec 2014, 23:41
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Read "America-Imagine the World Without Her" by Dinesh D'Souza....very scary book but very on point.

Remember it took the Romans a Thousand Years to do themselves in and the American Ascendancy started at the end of WWII.
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Old 20th Dec 2014, 23:51
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My library has 2 copies - one now on order for me.

But almost all the points about empire collapse are not dependent on the merits or otherwise of the American Way.
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Old 21st Dec 2014, 00:27
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Antagonism between the Senate and the Emperor
As in the disconnect between Obama and the Congress
Decline in Morals
Drug use, Street gangs, Unwed Mothers, etc
Political Corruption and the Praetorian Guard
Money in Politics/Politicized DOJ/FBI/IRS
Fast expansion of the Empire
18 Trillion Dollars of Debt/65 Trillion unfunded Liabilities
Constant Wars and Heavy Military Spending
Korea/Vietnam/Cold War/Gulf 1-3/
Barbarian Knowledge of Roman Military Tactics
Walker/Snowden/other Security Failures
Failing Economy
No Growth/Loss of Hi-Tech Jobs and Manufactuering Overseas/Deficit Spending for Decades
Unemployment of the Working Classes (The Plebs)
Lowest Labor Rate in History/High Unemployment/Loss of Full Time Jobs
The 'Mob' and the cost of the 'Games'
Mafia/Drug Cartels/Wall Street Financial Crimes
Decline in Ethics and Values
Welfare State/Decline in Religious Values/Declining Educational Standards
Slave Labor
Undocumented Workers/Flooded Job Market
Natural Disasters
Drought/Invasive Species/Disease/Crop Diseases
Christianity (i.e. a religious belief in the afterlife for the desperate)
Barbarian Invasion
Illegal Aliens/Un-Assimilated Immigrants


Things like that you mean?
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Yeh, stuff like that.

The Decline in Morals of the politicians is more important - they are mostly completely shameless now (and that goes for most western democracies, Canada included)
I was thinking more of Iraq Invasion/Afghanistan for the wars, since they were (a) very expensive and (b) lost.
By the 'Mob' and cost of the 'Games', I meant keeping enough of the idle electorate voting (and not rioting) and welfare/pork barrel politics.
The Welfare state itself is not necessarily the problem, but the way it's being exploited is.

But basically, yeh.
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Old 21st Dec 2014, 01:08
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I wonder if Obama is going to come out and say

"If I had a brother he would be just like Ismaaiyl".

I see Anonymous has made a preemptive strike, saying its disgusting and murder is no way to solve problems. They must be feeling guilty, as unfortunately its blow back from work like theirs.

I'm also wonder if the perpetrator is going to get the hero's treatment by some of the more radical left, as they and some European countries in the past have done when American cops have been murdered.
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Statistically, there appear to be about 400-500 murder-suicides by black men every year.
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Originally Posted by Boudreaux Bob View Post
It was bound to happen.

After all the Lies told about the Mike Brown Case, and the Media hyping the Case in complete defiance of the Truth and Reality....and the President and Attorney General pouring petrol on the fire with their Rhetoric and Actions.....is there any doubt Police Officers are going to be targeted.
Any wonder when police are charged with assault for arresting a criminal who is trying to escape?

Exactly the same thing happened in Sydney recently, when a thief from Brazil was tackled and tazered by police when he was escaping. High on drugs, he put up a huge fight, policeman found guilty of assault, Australian media beats up the poor brazillian and his grief struck family.

yep, its a sad day, when the criminals have more rights than the police trying to arrest them.

Even sadder when the media make the good guys look like the bad guys for nothing other than sensualising their story.
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Old 21st Dec 2014, 02:15
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The media are part of the modern 'games'. Sex and horror, underdogs and heroes. Almost none of it for anything more than entertainment.
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The media are part of the modern 'games'. Sex and horror, underdogs and heroes. Almost none of it for anything more than entertainment.
So true. Paddy Chayefsky predicted all of this back in 1976 with his film "Network," with Faye Dunaway and William Holden (not to forget Peter Finch, Robert Duvall and Ned Beatty). A beautifully acted film but one that was nevertheless spot on with what was to become the future of network news. In other words, what we have now.

We just don't have people saying "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it any more." Not yet, anyway.
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Old 21st Dec 2014, 13:27
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You read what others want you to read. You hear the "facts" that others want you to hear. By the time you have waded through the media bias and the political partisanship, there is a very slender remnant of truth in there. If you are reacting to something you saw on the news, you have already been manipulated by others.

As Fox Mulder used to say, "the truth is out there" but you won't be getting it from a media source or a politician ever.
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Old 21st Dec 2014, 15:03
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Sadly just another American nutter with access to a firearm exercising his second amendment right. There are 30 or 40 U.S. Policemen shot dead every year,with the gun culture that exists don't expect any change in the foreseeable future. Society has created a monster without the means to control it,more and more a country developing a siege mentality.
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Old 21st Dec 2014, 15:10
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You are aware that people get murdered in other countries too? This is more about the murder of two police officers than a chance to bash US Gun culture...but you just crack on....
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Please post a legal justification where the Second Amendment confers a "right" to murder anyone?

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Old 21st Dec 2014, 16:55
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And now I'm hearing another officer has been murdered in Florida
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Galaxy Flyer - was he not excercising his right to bear arms? The fact that he killed two police officers is a different matter. 30 or 40 US police officers are shot dead every year - are you inferring that this is not connected with the easy availability of firearms? There will be about the same number shot dead next year as there is nothing being done - in truth there is nothing that can be done, to reduce the death toll.

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You didn't answer his question.

I will answer it for you. There is no connection between constitutional rights and murder.

You're welcome.
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That's about as reasonable as looking at someone who uses his car to kill, saying that, well, he had a driving license! The right to bear arms brings with it an obligation to use those arms properly, not to kill two policemen and then yourself.

27 policemen were feloniously killed in 2013, a decrease from 2012 with 49, and from 2011 with 72, all in the USA. So much for your prediction about the numbers. That's way off, but what it shows about a certain mindset many foreigners betray in looking at the USA from abroad, making wild guesses at the truth of the situation, that you got 100% right.
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Guns, especially hand guns, are designed to kill people unlike cars which have a quite different primary purpose.
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