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Este America (si Canada) un stat totalitar?

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Re: Este America (si Canada) un stat totalitar?

Mesajde Isostar » 04 Oct 2016, 15:28

"Land of the Free", o tara perfect democrata unde liberatile sunt respectate - NOT.
Asteptam sa ne spuna topografu' ca oricum el nu vorbeste, asa ca lui nu o sa i se intample niciodata...

Dire Free Speech Warning Issued By Executive Director Of Kansas City Library System

Take care when asking provocative questions at Kansas City’s library events: you might end up in jail.

The executive director of Kansas City Libraries says he’s outraged by the charges against Jeremy Rothe-Kushel, a Jewish man grabbed by private security after asking the event’s speaker, former diplomat Dennis Ross, uninvited follow-up questions. Off-duty cops moved in to arrest Rothe-Kushel when he objected to the hands-on treatment—as well as a library staffer who had moved to intervene.

On-duty officers posted to the event apparently did not get involved until later: he was arrested by a man out of uniform and paid by the event’s organizers.

Rothe-Kushel was charged with trespassing and resisting arrest. Steve Woolfolk, director of public programming for the library, was charged with interfering with an arrest. The libraries’ executive director, R. Crosby Kemper III. Kemper, said the private security guards have no right to remove library patrons and that he was going public because prosecutors refuse to drop the charges.

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Re: Este America (si Canada) un stat totalitar?

Mesajde Isostar » 06 Oct 2016, 14:47

Se mai intampla si lucruri bune pe la vecini, dar din pacate astea sunt exceptiile (titlu este nitel cam boombastic):

POLICE THEFT SO OUT OF HAND, STATE JUST PASSED A LAW BANNING COPS FROM ROBBING INNOCENT PEOPLE

California — In a refreshing and unfortunately rare instance of reasonableness in policy, California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law a piece of legislation requiring police to secure an actual conviction before stealing people’s stuff in drug-related offenses.

Civil asset forfeiture has been rightly likened to state-sanctioned armed robbery, as it allows police to commandeer cash, vehicles, homes, or any property of value — even if the person is never charged with a crime — and then use or sell the items for profit for their departments.

Police in Oklahoma, for example, recently honed their thievery by rolling out nefarious Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machines, known as ERAD, which can scan your bank account and prepaid cards, and — if an officer believes any balances are tied to a crime — can wipe those accounts dry.

California’s new law, formerly Senate Bill 443, quashes this nightmarish policing-for-profit in the exact way advocates of civil asset forfeiture (CAF) reform have been demanding for years.

For police to keep cash stolen from people in amounts under $40,000 under the premise it has something to do with a drug-related crime, there must be an actual guilty verdict in court.
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Re: Este America (si Canada) un stat totalitar?

Mesajde cian » 06 Oct 2016, 20:21

Isostar scrie:Se mai intampla si lucruri bune pe la vecini, dar din pacate astea sunt exceptiile (titlu este nitel cam boombastic):

POLICE THEFT SO OUT OF HAND, STATE JUST PASSED A LAW BANNING COPS FROM ROBBING INNOCENT PEOPLE

California — In a refreshing and unfortunately rare instance of reasonableness in policy, California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law a piece of legislation requiring police to secure an actual conviction before stealing people’s stuff in drug-related offenses.

Civil asset forfeiture has been rightly likened to state-sanctioned armed robbery, as it allows police to commandeer cash, vehicles, homes, or any property of value — even if the person is never charged with a crime — and then use or sell the items for profit for their departments.

Police in Oklahoma, for example, recently honed their thievery by rolling out nefarious Electronic Recovery and Access to Data machines, known as ERAD, which can scan your bank account and prepaid cards, and — if an officer believes any balances are tied to a crime — can wipe those accounts dry.

California’s new law, formerly Senate Bill 443, quashes this nightmarish policing-for-profit in the exact way advocates of civil asset forfeiture (CAF) reform have been demanding for years.

For police to keep cash stolen from people in amounts under $40,000 under the premise it has something to do with a drug-related crime, there must be an actual guilty verdict in court.

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Pe de alta parte, dealerul prins cu kilu de pudra ar fi multumit sa ciupeasca politia jumate si la proces sa apara doar cu jumate de kil...dar asta i filmul, nu poti sa i impaci pe toti...
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Re: Este America (si Canada) un stat totalitar?

Mesajde Isostar » 11 Oct 2016, 08:53

Democratie totala in "Land of the Free" .... Total adica se face orice sa iasa un anumit presedinte, absolut orice (legile sunt pentru prosti)...
U.S. Intelligence meddles in U.S. Presidential election: backs Hillary Clinton, tries to stop Donald Trump

The fact and evidence-free statement by US intelligence that Russia was behind the DNC leak is an attempt to swing the US Presidential election in Hillary Clinton's favour and amounts to the direct interference of US intelligence in a democratic US election.

“The U.S. Intelligence Community (USIC) is confident that the Russian Government directed the recent compromises of e-mails from US persons and institutions, including from US political organizations. The recent disclosures of alleged hacked e-mails on sites like DCLeaks.com and WikiLeaks and by the Guccifer 2.0 online persona are consistent with the methods and motivations of Russian-directed efforts. These thefts and disclosures are intended to interfere with the US election process. Such activity is not new to Moscow—the Russians have used similar tactics and techniques across Europe and Eurasia, for example, to influence public opinion there. We believe, based on the scope and sensitivity of these efforts, that only Russia’s senior-most officials could have authorized these activities.”
(bold italics added)

The statement is an implicit admission that US intelligence has no evidence to back its allegations of Russian hacking.

It is merely “confident” – not “sure” – that it is the Russians who are behind the hacking, and it is clear from the statement that it arrived at this conclusion purely through inference: because the hacks supposedly were “consistent with the methods and motivations of Russian-directed efforts”.

US intelligence assumes the Russians were behind the hack not because it knows this to be so but in part because of what it believes Russian motives to be.

The statement backs its claim with a textual trick. It says “the Russians have used similar tactics and techniques across Europe and Eurasia”. It then immediately follows these words with the words “for example”.

These lead to the expectation that an actual example of such Russian “tactics and techniques” is about to follow. Instead what is provided are the fact free words “to influence public opinion there”.

The words “for example” lend nothing to the meaning of the statement, which would be exactly the same without them. These two words as used in the statement are actually meaningless. That is a sure sign that their presence in the statement is intended to confuse the casual reader, and that this is true of the statement as a whole.
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Re: Este America (si Canada) un stat totalitar?

Mesajde geomaticianu » 11 Oct 2016, 09:27

[quote="Isostar"]
Democratie totala in "Land of the Free" .... Total adica se face orice sa iasa un anumit presedinte, absolut orice (legile sunt pentru prosti)...
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Cine te pune sa stai in America daca tot nu iti place?Ia-ti bagajele si mergi unde crezi ca e mai bine.Nu te-ai plictisit sa stai si sa pui toata ziua link-uri pe forum?Cu siguranta candidezi la titlul de cea mai plictisitoare persoana din America.
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Re: Este America (si Canada) un stat totalitar?

Mesajde Isostar » 13 Oct 2016, 10:43

The Constitution invests the President with very specific, limited powers. In recent years, however, American presidents have anointed themselves with the power to wage war, unilaterally kill Americans, torture prisoners, strip citizens of their rights, arrest and detain citizens indefinitely, carry out warrantless spying on Americans, and erect their own secretive, shadow government.

These are the powers that will be inherited by the next heir to the throne, and it won’t make a difference whether it’s a President Trump or a President Clinton occupying the Oval Office.

The powers amassed by each successive president through the negligence of Congress and the courts—powers which add up to a toolbox of terror for an imperial ruler—empower whomever occupies the Oval Office to act as a dictator, above the law and beyond any real accountability.

Consider some of the presidential powers—which have been acquired through the use of executive orders, decrees, memorandums, proclamations, national security directives and legislative signing statements and can be activated by any sitting president—that have allowed past presidents to operate above the law and beyond the reach of the Constitution.
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