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Forum Post: FILM THE POLICE (We the people are the only media we got).

Posted 2 years ago on Jan. 10, 2012, 7:12 p.m. EST by booksgamesvideos (72)
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Love it! This song pays tribute to N.W.A.'s infamous "F*ck the Police," serving as a call to action for the digitized media movement while responding to the recent explosion of police brutality all across the world.

MUSIC VIDEO - http://youtu.be/hyT1buoyTnY

B. Dolan - "FILM THE POLICE" ft. Toki Wright, Jasiri X, Buddy Peace, Sage Francis

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[-] 1 points by TyrantsOutofDC (6) 2 years ago

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[-] 1 points by TyrantsOutofDC (6) 2 years ago

A big U.S. city, situated on a big lake, has fines for monitoring their Nazi Police Forces.

Use donations to mount these tiny cameras on buildings, street signs, anything! 24-7 police surveillance for anonymous posting to the internet. At $149 these Wi-Fi cameras are practically disposable.

Do not ASK them to respect your Constitutional rights. Just start ENFORCING them!

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[-] 0 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 6 months ago
[-] 0 points by Richyrich99 (-1) 2 years ago

I think that the occupiers are the ones we need to video record (i don't think anyone uses film for this sort of thing). They get out of control and a little evidence is always handy to beat their propaganda.

[-] 1 points by booksgamesvideos (72) 2 years ago

Wow. What propaganda?

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[-] -1 points by willcomply (6) 2 years ago

Hippies deserve to get the shit kicked out of them every once in a while... it's like a coming of age story for them anyways.

[-] 2 points by booksgamesvideos (72) 2 years ago

Even if we presume you are correct (hippies deserve to get beaten by cops), when those cops are done with the hippies, they'll be turning their guns and tazers and batons on YOU.

If you don't wish to get beaten or abused (forced to submit to random searches of your home, or car, or person), then you would be wise to pay attention to the message in this video

  • First they came for the Muslims, and I was silent.
  • Then they came for the Hippies, and I was silent.
  • Next they came for the conspiracy nuts and I was silent.
  • And finally they came for me.....
  • but there was no one left to speak-out against the tyranny.
[-] -1 points by willcomply (6) 2 years ago

My car, house, person etc., have never been searched. But then again, I'm not a crim. Nor would I specifically care if the cops came to my house as I'd offer to bring beer to their next cop BBQ.

[-] 2 points by shoozTroll (17632) 2 years ago

Spoken like a true fascist.

A brown shirt.

Dressed in the latest Wallyworld fashions.

[-] 0 points by booksgamesvideos (72) 2 years ago

You never flew? That TSA scan is a search. You never drive? They conduct random searches of cars along highways.

And if cops searched your home, I'm sure they'd find SOMETHING to charge you with, even if it's something as trivial as having naked women on your computer, or a toilet that uses too much water. There are so many laws/regulations on the books, that every American is breaking at least one of them.

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I'm not a cretin either. I'm a designer with 3 college degrees in physics, engineering, and programming. And yet I was searched while on a trip to California. They TSA cops demanded to see inside my car's trunk, and I sad "Do you have a warrant?" "No."

Then no you can't search my car. The pricks made me stand in the hot desert sun for over an hour. Gave me a nice sunburn as "punishment" for my refusal to submit. It turns-out I was lucky, because a year later those same SA persons yanked a christian pastor out of his car and proceeded to beat him.

Welcome to the Police State.

Looks like 1930s Germany.

[-] 1 points by willcomply (6) 2 years ago

I fly once or twice a year and always bring one or two firearms along for the ride. I haven't encountered any "random" searches or otherwise. Should have just let them search your trunk... what difference does it make? My time is more valuable than some no-win situation where the same outcome is obvious regardless of whether the car is searched or not.

I've done some dumb shit in my day but I put on my "I'm sorry Office attitude" when I know it's good for me. Usually mutual respect and cooperation results in the most agreeable outcome. However, if it ever came down to something more serious, I'd hand over an Esq. card and keep my mouth shut. Don't fall into the trap of running your mouth, the threat of seeking counsel (and more so that you're eying their every move with respect to seeking legal action) puts them on their toes.

[-] 1 points by booksgamesvideos (72) 2 years ago

Should have just let them search your trunk... what difference does it make?

I imagine that's what the asian-Americans said when they were forced to leave their homes and live in concentration camps. "What difference does it make?" They didn't realize that they'd be forced to stay there for almost 5 year, plus they would lose their homes, their property, and their bank accounts.

It is never a waste of time to obey the law.

No warrant; no search.

[-] 1 points by willcomply (6) 2 years ago

You're first ?point? is apples to oranges. Never a waste of time to obey the law--jay walking, speeding, driving in the car pool lane etc... ? Those are direct tradeoffs between consequences and time saved.

[-] 1 points by booksgamesvideos (72) 2 years ago

But the law clearly states cops may not search your car or house. The Supreme Court has upheld that law multiple times over the years. So why would you break the "no warrant... no search" law???

It makes no sense for you to say "obey jaywalking, speeding laws", and then you turn-round and break constitutional law by letting police search your car or house w/o a warrant. Illogical.

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[+] -7 points by GirlFriday (17435) 2 years ago

And.............you're still doing dumb shit.

Amazing.

[-] 1 points by willcomply (6) 2 years ago

Oh really? Like complaining about corporate America, camping out in a tent and pretending to make a difference...

[-] 1 points by booksgamesvideos (72) 2 years ago

My fear is that if I let the the cops search my trunk, they might arrest me for some BS reason. "We found a Playboy magazine in your trunk. That violates state law, so now you're under arrest," or some other trivial nonsense that is not allowed in a backwards state. There's a reason why people have the right to remain silent... to protect yourself from overzealous cops/prosecutors

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[+] -7 points by GirlFriday (17435) 2 years ago

More like bringing your dumbass to a forum to deal with people that you don't like. You aren't very bright at all. You're pretty damned worthless. :D

[-] 1 points by willcomply (6) 2 years ago

I'm not trying to deal with anyone. The reality check will hit eventually. Reading some of this pathetic shit is better than the Sunday funnies back when I was 8.

[+] -7 points by GirlFriday (17435) 2 years ago

You are here to disrupt. Don't you like your work? Isn't this fun?

[-] 1 points by willcomply (6) 2 years ago

I wasn't aware that a post, in jest, on a forum could be disruptive.

[+] -7 points by GirlFriday (17435) 2 years ago

Your entire reason for being here is for disruption. Isn't this fun?

[-] 1 points by willcomply (6) 2 years ago

Isn't that the name of the game for OWS?
"In a coordinated effort called “Shut Down Wall Street on the Waterfront,” the Occupy demonstrators in a host of cities, including Portland, San Diego, Los Angeles, Oakland, Tacoma and Seattle, are marching on the ports and attempting to shut down the docks in a show of opposition to corporate profits.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1211/70296.html#ixzz1jHYHq900 "

[+] -5 points by GirlFriday (17435) 2 years ago

Your entire reason for being here is to disrupt. Again, isn't this fun? Isn't this what you wanted?

[-] 0 points by HarryPairatestes2 (380) from Barrow, AK 2 years ago

I live in California. Where did you undergo a TSA search while driving in your car?

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[+] -8 points by GirlFriday (17435) 2 years ago

So do repeat trolls with a join date of today.

Have a blessed day.

[-] 0 points by willcomply (6) 2 years ago

Today isn't so great -- but tomorrow is pay day. Thanks for asking!

[+] -6 points by GirlFriday (17435) 2 years ago

Don't kid yourself. Nobody cares.