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Forum Post: Let's Be Friends

Posted 4 months ago on March 23, 2014, 8:31 p.m. EST by JGriff99mph (507)
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Wow, these perverts will stop at nothing to get involved in every aspect of every single person's lives.



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[-] 0 points by pigeonlady (125) from Brooklyn, NY 4 months ago

For those of you not from the 'hood, when Justice Scalia was just here in Brooklyn there were freaked-out looking Homeland Security cops on each corner for a block or two around the BAM where he was speaking. If they were so worried, they should have insisted on a more secure location, not a block from a transportation hub where someone could come and go quickly, or make an indirect attack because of all the traffic on Hanson-Ashland rounding the corner there. The few protesters I saw there were told to move and did not have any large objects or visible assault weapons. BUT a car could have gone right by up Ashland loaded. I'm puzzled, why was this site approved? Personally I would have wanted to get in for Q & A and started a discussion to make my points. Seriously, I believe they just make their own work. IT'S A PUBLIC PLACE! AN ATTACK COULD HAPPEN!! REALLY!! If they thought so they could have ixnayed the site moved it to a building more easily secured. I did not hear Scalia was under any threat either.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (13270) from South Burlington, VT 4 months ago

Don't worry. It's my fault really. Sorry about that. I got the rumor going, it's quite false I realize, but I got the rumor going that I am something of a leader among OWS thinkers, and that hatred for scalia and the rest of the stacked Supreme Court of repelican conservatisim would, nay must result in violence.

I was hoping to make homeland security nervous enough to fukup and thus rekindle the outpouring of public response.

[-] 2 points by pigeonlady (125) from Brooklyn, NY 4 months ago

A-HA!!! It's YOUR fault! Your ZenDog is fixed, dude. Violence? Nay, a peaceful protest would say it if done well. ....Gee, too bad we didn't go where he was staying to protest. Or ask for an interview or conference -- did anyone try that? At least, gotten a serious crew in to BAM to make some studious observations. As far as DHS some of those guys are very intently blanking on what to do. You guys at DHS, I need work, and don't do for free now. Consider that I know what you're doing wrong! (see emails) Really, your people don't know what they're looking for. Or how to prevent it. Zendude, we coulda done better. What up?

[-] 0 points by ZenDog (13270) from South Burlington, VT 4 months ago

Zendude, we coulda done better. What up?

coulda woulda shoulda - I really think the whole movement was programmed to disintegrate from the beginning. - one example is the non-profit status that dictates a non-political stance - unnecessary and completely counter productive.

Standing in the street screaming Banks got bailed out We got Sold Out is a political act. It's completely unmistakeable.

It formed the concrete example that helps justify Dissing John Lewis who by virtue of his history deserves tremendous respect.

And then there was the Union March that some from OWS attempted to hijack. You can see from the google search several articles indicating just the opposite. I am willing to bet it is entirely disinformation - but I haven't checked each of the articles or their authors.

But I do remember the other incident, hearing about it, at the time. I wish I could find a link for it.

If you search through each page of results you can see a variety of articles - from Unions to President Obama hijacking OWS. What you are looking at is repelican fear - and attempts to use the media to appeal to OWS sense of identity - when what we should have done is embrace the possibilities - and let everyone wonder just who is hijacking whom.

[-] 1 points by nazihunter (314) 3 months ago

I believe that political is just a different type of non-profit. Otherwise, how could the Court vote for Koch takeover of our government. But, in a loose sense, everything is political, (forgot the philosopher who said that). Let me give an example; a bear shitting in the wood is political. It's not fertilizer, it's pollution. Rather convenient isn't it? The city is only 5 miles away and that bear has got to shit in the wood?

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (13270) from South Burlington, VT 3 months ago

nahh, that's just what bears do . . . no one is going to politicize a bear shitting in the woods . . . unless of course it's a rare bare . . . and won't that give the ol' righties knickers a twist . . .

[-] 1 points by nazihunter (314) 3 months ago

You never know. Those righties do know how to create a ruckus where there was none. What if they wanna go frackin' in the wood?

[-] 1 points by pigeonlady (125) from Brooklyn, NY 3 months ago

Yo, dude. when I said 'your people don't know what they're doing' I was still talking to DHS, and whoever 'else' is reading these. DHS cannot remotely prevent terror attacks. Taking courses of fake psychology does not prepare them and they look in the wrong places, suspect the wrong people and motives. No one stems what they consider objectionable constructively either, although obviously a lot of that involves them defying the Constitution. But we know that. The idea of OWS commandeering other functions? -- if those are badly run it does the other quantity a favor, if they do ok themselves, not. There are seriously not enough events, m'dear. And again, we coulda done it better. Are the possible events being blocked? Most of the time I can't get the NYCGA screen up, sometimes I can't go from the search result list to Occupy site. I would like to see more online notations of important events which might do well with a contingent of cute OWS people showing an opinion in their periphery. After all, this is a test of a true Democracy, replete with freedoms and all. And WHO would object to that? So, any fundraisers, meetings, conventions with guests who need enlightenment or polite redirection in the offing? :) BTW, kiss the baby seal!

[-] 0 points by ZenDog (13270) from South Burlington, VT 3 months ago

Yeah - I dunno what DHS or any of the rest of them can do - I suspect it is more what are they willing to do to prevent terrorism. If they stop a cell from acting they usually don't talk a lot about it. Usually it's only when they have either decided to interdict and discover they need the public's help cuz it's running down to the wire and one or two are still in the wind; or when they have chosen not to interdict but there remain hints that they could have - those are usually the times when you hear about terrorist interdiction - on U.S. soil that is.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (13270) from South Burlington, VT 4 months ago

zero points! ohhh, you hurt my feelings . . .

Obviously someone just doesn't appreciate my sense of humor . . . if only he had one the silence exclaims . . . I know I know . . .

But think about it - we all know I'm being facetious, right? Otherwise there would have been such an OWS presence at the affair that the media would have taken careful note regardless of how DHS reacted.

All of which was intended to hint at and in a backhanded manner underscore the reality: if a majority of DHS agents outside the event were nervous, and if the presence of protest was really muted at best, then that is a clear indication that someone wanted them nervous . . .

We really should be asking why and it does tend to amaze me that my sarcastic satire did not seem to inspire thinking along these lines in the least.

what a bunch of thoughtless mutherfukers



Zombie Alert!

[-] 1 points by pigeonlady (125) from Brooklyn, NY 3 months ago

It's the government employed Zombies you have to be careful of.