“…So if there is to be a fear of the increasing adoption of e-readers such as the Amazon Kindle, B&N Nook and iPad, that is by far the scariest thing about it, because if you were to keep all your books on such a device, some villain really could come along one day and pretty much flip the switch and take all your books away—and not just yours but everyone’s, all at once…” Here (The AWL) BTW, speaking of fascists… ”Fascists in the federal government imposing their will on the people. A schism in Congress. Top-ranked generals taking sides. States declaring independence. Soon shots were fired in the street…” Lady Deadpool (comics)
Posts Tagged ‘Fascism’
Tags: Books, E readers, Fascism
Tags: Enviornmentalism, Fascism
Finnish environmentalist philosopher Pentti Linkolahas (his website) calls for “fascism as a necessary step to save the planet from ecological destruction, demanding that climate change deniers be ‘re-educated’ in eco-gulags and that the vast majority of humans be killed with the rest enslaved and controlled by a green police state, with people forcibly sterilized, cars confiscated and travel restricted to members of the elite.” Here (Prison Planet).
Linkolahas on democracy, obviously a view that’s becoming mainstream: “Any dictatorship would be better than modern democracy. There cannot be so incompetent dictator, that he would show more stupidity than a majority of the people. Best dictatorship would be one where lots of heads would roll and government would prevent any economical growth.”
Bravery in blue, or in the words of the macho koppers, this nearly 90 year old sickly bitch tethered to the oxygen machine was just asking for a good taze job and some good clobbering and some metal bracelets across those black-bluish bony wrists: the bitch was damnwell manifesting an aggressive posturePosted: June 26, 2010 in Crime
Tags: Cops, Fascism, Police
Increasingly (I’ve read probably a hundred police brutality stories this past year), this is the state of American police, in this particular story, the El Reno, Oaklahoma police: The tactical situation was daunting; at this
point, the police had only a 10-1 advantage over a subject who — according to Duran’s official report — had taken an “aggressive posture” in her hospital bed. The sacred imperative of “officer safety” dictated that the subject be thoroughly softened up in order to minimize resistance…Understandably alarmed — and probably more than a little disgusted — by the presence of uninvited armed strangers [police] in her home, Lona ordered them to leave. This directive, issued by a fragile female octogenarian confined to a hospital-style bed and tethered to an oxygen tank, was interpreted as “aggressive” behavior by Officer Thomas Duran, who ordered one of his associates : “Taser her!” … Here and here and here. Looks like they’re onto us overseas.
Police give their account here (don’t believe a word of it: it’s manipulated procedural defense language, as in “she [86 year old bedridden oxygen tank connected granny] took a more aggressive posture on the bed” when other officers arrived. He reported she raised the knife above her head and said, “If you come any closer, you’re getting the knife.” He reported he feared she would injure someone.)
Related: A Kop who loves tasering old ladies.
Related: Et tu? Canada initiates police state tactics: at least for the G20.