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Re: Arrested For Dancing ?

Post by Harbin » Tue Dec 11, 2012 11:32 am

This news is very late, but is still good news. :flop:

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Re: Arrested For Dancing ?

Post by E6722maj » Thu Jun 02, 2011 11:39 pm

inherently bad laws must be challenged


Re: Arrested For Dancing ?

Post by Harbin » Thu Jun 02, 2011 9:22 pm

Yes, parodied with the Hitler meme !

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Join the protest on June 4th at the Jefferson Memorial.

Re: Arrested For Dancing ?

Post by Stormryder » Tue May 31, 2011 6:49 am

This used to be the Simi Valley Police Departments moto..
(Pre-Rodney King)


Re: Arrested For Dancing ?

Post by T0ne2 » Tue May 31, 2011 6:42 am

so what happened to freedom of expression by any medium?

Re: Arrested For Dancing ?

Post by Crazynutsx » Tue May 31, 2011 6:08 am

Grrrr! :twisted:

Re: Arrested For Dancing ?

Post by Hackjames » Tue May 31, 2011 4:37 am

Everyone can have an opinion, even if I don't like it.

What everyone can't have is my consent to treat me (or anyone around me, for that matter) the way those officers treated those dancers.

If I want to dance in the Jefferson memorial, or any public place, I will dance there, and if somebody has a problem with that they can deal with me on a personal level, then and there. Justice isn't waiting in the courthouse after you get released from a wrongful imprisonment, unless you're the rare exception...and is that really justice, or luck?

Today many people in the US took the time to remember those who gave up their lives for the idea of freedom, ostensibly at least. If any of you are ever in the position to witness something like these arrests in person and you choose to stand by and do nothing, please take a moment to reflect on those who made your ambivalence possible, and then consider the depth of your own self-interest and cowardice.

Yes, if you let that kind of thing happen without making a real effort to stop it any way you can, you are a coward. The police (or whoever happens to be wearing the uniforms) own you, because you're afraid of them...or maybe you just don't have any real sense of morality to begin with. Either way, I'd come to your defense as well, because it's the right thing to do.

Happy memorial day to all, patriots and cowards alike.

Re: Arrested For Dancing ?

Post by The57ironman » Tue May 31, 2011 4:00 am

those kids were in the belly of the beast....putting on a show (baiting).....

still , this is the nature of the society "tptb" have dreamed of....control over everything


Re: Arrested For Dancing ?

Post by Theoracle » Tue May 31, 2011 3:48 am

I think there are a number of good points in this thread.
The video represents many different views .

It is the ever creeping march toward totalitarian .
The abuse of police powers.
The police exercising their rights as our servants.
police protecting an idol of national pride.
people acting like asses and ignoring the fact they are in a public place where they know their actions will elicit a response.
men who wear uniforms
Probably more but its getting late.

the video it self is shocking nobody wants to be man handled like that .
The casual violence is unpleasant and upsetting especially when it comes from, a group who are given responsibility to protect and serve us the people.
The man kissing seamed intoxicated so not of sound judgement, both where obviously looking for attention,
or maybe a special kiss, in front off a special place. a romantic gesture
their true motives are unclear and just speculation needless to say they were not hurting anyone.
personalty I would of like to see the police be more tolerant of these people but once you wear any uniform you are no loner your own man .
You belong to a corporation who feed you, cloth you, protect you now, and in your later years if you stay loyal to the corporation.
So I instinctively dont like uniforms as they are a form of control over mans thinking.
Similar to the vietnam vets who came back from vietnam . Who turned , against war and preached peace and ..NO MORE WAR.
They did what they had to do to survive, but what they had done tainted their souls (all fair in love and war) so to find redemption they look to end all wars by becoming anti war protesters.
so for me if you put on a uniform you become part of the problem that hinders our development as beings of self responsibility.
How ever like I have said before we can not turn back the clock .
Uniforms are now and have been for a long time a necessity to keep society in balance..
The individual cops where doing their jobs ,they worked within the context of the law, but at that moment not in the spirit of law ( liberty and justice and equality for all).
It is the reflection of society that we see in the video. and it makes us very sad when we see what we have become.But who can we blame?
If we our selves can not be the change we want to see..

peace and love theoracle

Re: Arrested For Dancing ?

Post by Perronick » Tue May 31, 2011 2:56 am

‘Malintent detection’ technology tested in the northeast United States
"The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has begun field testing new technology designed to identify people who intend to commit a terrorist act. [...]

The technology uses remote sensors to measure physiological properties, such as heart rate and eye movement, which can be used to infer a person's current mindset. [...]

"Behavioral scientists hypothesize that someone with malintent may act strangely, show mannerisms out of the norm, or experience extreme physiological reactions based on the extent, time, and consequences of the event," the report stated. "The FAST technology design capitalizes on these indicators to identify individuals exhibiting characteristics associated with malintent."

The DHS has claimed accuracy rates of around 70 percent, but some scientists have questioned the results." ... ed-states/