1.13.2008

"This is what a police state looks like"

Hat tip, Misanthropic Tendencies




This is What A Police State Looks Like

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8 comments:

an average patriot said...

Anok that is scary. Many people still think they have the right to dissent. It is all recorded and it will be used against them! we are so screwed. Why can't we get anyone who can do something about this to realize this? You can only come to the conclusion that they are all complicit!

Anok said...

No kidding, you know? I posted this in tandem with the longer post below just to help drive the point home, and also to stimulate the thought process with regards to what we are up against.

There is a reason I wear a mask. People laugh, they think its "cute" "cartoonish" or laughable. They think its all playing dress up or a costume party.

But there is a reason. And this would be it.

Brother Tim said...

"If fascism ever comes to America, it will come wrapped in an American flag."
-Huey P Long

Welcome to the Police State.

enigma4ever said...

brother tim wrote what I wanted to write- except it was by Sinclair Lewis...I think...

it is still fascism....
and it is here....
and a police state...yup...

okay now I will read the post below..

Mosquito said...

Hey Anok....You've got a great blog...and you posted one of my fave videos...

I really like the old bushism you have in the right hand coluumn...

I'm sure I'll be flying by here again...probably following a buzzflash link.

Thanks for stopping by to visit us and leaving us a note....

I love my young anarchists friends...you remind me that in my heart I'm an anarchist....

buzz...buzz...

Larry said...

This is minor compared to what is to come.

Anok said...

Thank you for all of the comments everyone...

Yes Brother Tim, Enigma, the Sinclair Lewis quote is one of my favorites. Just look at the unbridled call for patriotism and religious piety (or at the very least conversion) that is rampant among the loudest of Bush supporters.

Mosquito, I am enthralled by your blog, and as soon as I get myself together I will add you to my blogroll.

Larry, no doubt, I can only hope that we are both wrong.

TomCat said...

Hi Anok. Brother Tim sent me over to see this. I was in that crowd in 2002. The police were not as brutal as they were in Chicago (1968), but it was a nasty one. Great video.