Report for the Patriot Broadcast Network By Sir David-Andrew
It is becoming more obvious that the Gestapo’s efforts to silence the people are just no longer working. People from all walks of life are just sick and tired of being sick and tired. Being unable to find work, or working and barely having enough money at the end of the week to buy groceries, and being taxed to death; 78% or more of income is consumed by taxes. And if good folks pay the demands for tithes from State Religion Churches, as well, that does not leave much left to live on.
FEMA’s so-called exercise for testing the emergency broadcast system on November 9 and 10, where FEMA will take control of radio and TV networks, could become more than just a test. These tests are supposedly to last for only three minute intervals; however, as history has shown us, when FEMA is out playing war games, disaster STRIKES.
Yes, the Gestapo in the District of Criminals is losing it. None of the tactics, which they used back in the nineties, are working. The people have learned from the mistakes of the past. The more illegal and unwarranted arrests the PIGS make, the angrier the populace has become. The bureaucRATS have been desperately attempting to insight riots to justify declaration of martial law, but the people are no longer stupid and have become wise to riot PIGS’ tricks and tactics.
Now even judges are rebelling against the evil Communist machine, as may be seen in the AP article attached below.
What people from all walks of life have decided is not to riot, but if the PIGS wish violence, they will receive war. Veterans Day just might become the day that they will learn the hard lesson as to what happens to cannon fodder when the people decided that they have had enough of being treated worse than dogs.
I suspect that this so-called FEMA exercise will be used for three things; therefore, people everywhere need to be aware, have cameras and communications ready, thereby preventing these monsters from doing in secret their evil deeds. Oh yes, militia units should be in heightened state of readiness, this could be the week you have the opportunity to try out your new and old toys. That thought should make Obamanation, the Bush Crime Family and the Clintonistas all quiver. They had hoped to had disposed of the militias ten years ago. Too bad, so sad, they are still here, stronger than ever, and even more well equipped!
I again issue WARNING! And Yellow Alert.
As to the FEMA exercise, here are possible scenarios. First, the FEMA exercise could be used to cover the rigging of Tuesday’s election. Remember Stalin stated, “It does not matter who votes, it only matters who counts the votes.”
Second, the FEMA exercise could be used to conceal or cover a massive nationwide round up of these Wall Street protesters, since they are not being good little slaves, and the MASTERS will not tolerate defiance to their ORDERS. While TV and radio networks are blacked out, these protesters could be taken to some FEMA camp, place unknown, denied due process of law, and made to disappear. FEMA may even attempt to shut down the internet, as well. Then, when the networks come back on the AIR, and people ask what happened to the protesters, government bureaucRATS will all clamor that the protester gave up and just went home. Though, I doubt that FEMA will be able to shutdown the Patriot Broadcast Network, time will tell.
However, there is a third problem that is at hand. As I have been reporting since March, the banksters and Wall Street inside traders have been planning a big event for this fall. Therefore, immediately after an election would be a great time for a BANKING HOLIDAY. As per the numerological games that the banksters and the oy-boys love to play, I would say that 11-11-11, Veterans Day would be a great day for the banksters to shaft this Nation, turning it into a third world nation by debauching the currency, which would throw most countries in the world into sheer panic. However, I believe Russia and China would survive an economic collapse. Libya, as well, would have survived prior the US and Israeli overthrow of Gaddafi. Iran and Japan would probably fair well; however, the British Empire and the European Union would be in major financial turmoil.
Oh well, so much for well laid secret plans of rats and mice. Foiled again! Since it is no longer secret and the whole world knows who’s to blame. Rothschilds and Rockefellers, “how do like me now”? Just think “moose” and “turkey” could be on the menu for Thanksgiving! And there is plenty of hemp on standby, ready for use, as well. I hear drums. What? Is that music I hear? Could it be the song “How Many Of Them Can We Make Die”? Chess is a wonderful game in which one can watch the opponent sweat, especially, once it is learned that the opponent is a coward. Well, those, who have the need to know, now know. May be these demoniacs will all go run and hid, but time will tell.
Ready on the green! Ol’ doc sure has had a tale to tell.
Save hard copy of this post, you may need it! Feel free to circulate this to the wind. Because I wish to sit and eat Thanksgiving Dinner in peace and quiet; instead of having to be out hunting moose.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Occupy Wall Street protesters and state officials in Tennessee squared off for a third consecutive night Saturday, even though a local judge has consistently refused to jail the demonstrators and said the state lacks the authority to set a curfew on the property.
The protesters, some of whom have been arrested two straight nights, were galvanized by the friction between state officials and the local magistrate. Several new demonstrators showed up at the state-owned plaza near the Capitol for the first time Saturday.
“My heart has been here all along, but the arrests gave me the momentum to come,” said Vicki Metzgar, 61, director of a Nashville Public Schools science and math initiative. “This (plaza) belongs to us, not the politicians.”
The Nashville arrests came after a week of police crackdowns around the country on Occupy Wall Street activists, who have been protesting economic inequality and what they call corporate greed.
In Oakland, Calif., an Iraq War veteran was seriously injured during a protest clash with police Tuesday night. In Atlanta, helicopters hovered overhead Wednesday as officers in riot gear arrested more than 50 protesters at a downtown park. In San Diego, police arrested a similar number of people who occupied the Civic Center Plaza and Children’s Park for three weeks.
Nashville magistrate Tom Nelson has said there’s no legal reason to keep the demonstrators behind bars and he has released them after each arrest. He has refused each night to sign off on arrest warrants for more than two dozen people taken into custody.
Some legal experts agreed with the judge.
The arrests appeared to be a violation of First Amendment rights that allow for people to peacefully assemble, said attorney David Raybin, a former prosecutor. He and others said the nature of the arrests, coupled with the judge’s refusal to sign off on the warrants, could become ammunition for lawsuits.
“The government is exposing itself to serious liability here by doing this,” Raybin said.
Nelson did not return an email seeking and a phone number for him could not be found.
The curfew at the Legislative Plaza, which state troopers began enforcing Thursday night, runs from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Others questioned the timing of the curfew. The protesters had been demonstrating for about three weeks before it took effect, a point that Nelson said he factored into his decision.
“You can’t pass a curfew mid-protest because you disagree with this group of protesters,” said criminal defense attorney Patrick Frogge, who is representing some of those arrested.
The state Department of Safety is carrying out the arrests. Commissioner Bill Gibbons, who until he joined the Haslam administration was the district attorney in Memphis, said he didn’t have a role in developing the curfew but assured Haslam his department could enforce it.
Gibbons developed a reputation as an able and tough prosecutor in Memphis, where gang and drug violence have been problems for years. He ran against Haslam for governor in the GOP primary, touting his law-and-order credential and sharply attacking his multi-million-dollar opponent for refusing to divulge how much income he gets from the family-owned chain of Pilot truck stops.
Cecily Friday, one of the original Occupy Nashville protesters, said the administration’s attempt to get rid of the demonstrators has “completely backfired.”
“Over 1,000 people have been added to our Facebook page since the arrests,” she said.
On Saturday afternoon, about 150 people showed up for an Occupy Nashville meeting. Lisa Keylon, a city planner, was there for the first time. She said she was recently in Atlanta, discussing with friends how unorganized the protests seemed, wondering how long they could last.
Then people were arrested in Atlanta, followed by those in Nashville.
“Now people are fired up because their First Amendment rights are being violated,” she said.
Among those arrested Friday night was journalist Jonathan Meador, who told troopers he was a reporter covering the story for the Nashville Scene alternative newspaper. On Saturday, the owner of the newspaper sent a letter to Haslam’s staff.
“I expect the governor to publicly apologize to him for this violation of his rights and to assure the people of Tennessee that this administration will not interfere with the right to a free press that has been a fundamental right in this country since our founding,” South Comm CEO Chris Ferrell wrote. “I’m sure you understand that every media outlet in this country will vigorously defend our right to cover government action without fear of arrest or reprisal.”
A gala arts event honoring a prominent Republican fundraiser is happening at an adjoining state-owned plaza Saturday night. Near the scene of the Fest De Ville Gala, one enterprising protester stuck new placards beside those announcing the curfew. They were similar in size and color with text from Article 1 of the Tennessee Constitution: “Citizens have a right, in a peaceable manner, to assemble together for their common good.”
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