via NY Post
An NYPD sergeant was shot in the head and chest and critically wounded in Queens on Saturday.
The anti-crime officer worked out of the 105th Precinct in Queens Village and was on duty when he was hit at around 6:15 p.m. It was not clear whether he was in uniform – anti-crime officers often do plainclothes patrols.
A suspect was holed up in a nearby building at 212th Street and 104th Avenue. Police sent hostage negotiaters to try to talk him out – but it was not clear if he actually was holding people against their will.
The cop was rushed to Jamaica Hospital in a radio car.
The officer was the fifth New York City cop shot in the last five months.
I thought filming officers was legal? I guess not in a militarized police state.
The real reason for me being pulled over was the fact that I’ve been known by their organization to film all of my interactions with police. –John Houghtaling
Here is an alternative method for dealing with the police instead of these Facebook rants and posts I have seen the last few months trying to convince the urban community to physically fight back against the police dept ,which ultimately will result in more black lives lost and at what reward? You have to outsmart your enemy and the police dept. is prepared and wants us to fight them physically in the street, which will just give them even more excuses to shed the blood of the people. Fight your enemy psychologically and not with emotions.
This is a very good lesson in how we really are at the mercy of the government at a moments notice watch this video and be very afraid.
Sheriff’s busted into my private home at approx 6 am on Tuesday March 30, 2010. They banged on the door and yelled “Open up… Kern County Sheriff” etc.. for about 4-5 minutes.. I was alone and they were looking for Joe, the man they beat up on the roadside a few months ago in Bakersfield, California.
Miracle reports “Worldwide riots & protests due to do the global recession. Riots took place in Greece, Russia, France, Spain, Latvia.” I’m trying to forecast into the future and figure out which region of the Americas will be the first to pop off in unrest? The South, Midwest, or Up North? Spring or early summer? What do you think?
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via Shreveport News
Could martial law ever become a reality in America? Some fear that any nuclear, biological or chemical attack on U.S. soil might trigger just that. KSLA News 12 has discovered that the 26,000 clergy has been enlisted to help the government with potentially their biggest problem: Us!!!
Charleton Heston’s now-famous speech before the National Rifle Association at a convention back in 2000 will forever be remembered as a stirring moment for all 2nd Amendment advocates. At the end of his remarks, Heston held up his antique rifle and told the crowd in his Moses-like voice, “over my cold, dead hands.”
While Heston, then serving as the NRA President, made those remarks in response to calls for more gun control laws at the time, those words live on. Heston’s declaration captured a truly American value: An over-arching desire to protect our freedoms to possess firearms
But gun confiscation is exactly what happened during the state of emergency following Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, along with forced relocation. U.S. Troops also arrived, something far easier to do now, thanks to last year’s elimination of the 1878 Posse Comitatus act, which had formally forbade regular U.S. Army troops from policing on American soil. Continue reading
If anyone thinks this President is content on walking away from the most powerful post on the planet without pulling a last-minute political stunt then they’re in for a rude awakening. Remember my fellow voters , we gotta make it to January and this war criminal has already passed enough executive orders to retain power in case of another “crisis” . Not to mention this Congress continues to hand him unprecedented powers to strip away the Constitution and implement martial law. So expect a long summer and an even crazier winter.
President George W Bush has told the Israeli government that he may be prepared to approve a future military strike on Iranian nuclear facilities if negotiations with Tehran break down, according to a senior Pentagon official.
Despite the opposition of his own generals and widespread scepticism that America is ready to risk the military, political and economic consequences of an airborne strike on Iran, the president has given an “amber light” to an Israeli plan to attack Iran’s main nuclear sites with long-range bombing sorties, the official told The Sunday Times.