56 thoughts on “NJ Mayor: $1,000 to turn in your gun owning neighbors

  1. What a disgusting, fascist pig of a man…I hope when the treason trials start, …I hope we convict The Hon. Mayor Booker of treason and hang his ass from a street lamp….for all the traitors to see….

    Regards,

    RJ O’Guillory
    Author-
    Webster Groves-The Life of an Insane Family

  2. And it begins…
    Guys like this need to be lynched and people who comply with his big brother deal need to be tarred and burned.

  3. I guess that there is money to be made if you turn in all the cops and bodyguards!!! Just don`t be turning in your neighbor – support your nieghbor as much as you can, and by the way a cop is neither your neighbor nor a friend when it gets down to it!!!!

  4. When they cant convince people that what they are doing is right, the last resort is to pay them off. What a great example they’re setting. Just how low will they go? I bet they’ve got much more dirty tricks up their sleeves.

  5. Wow. $1000 dollars just to rat on your friends and then I can buy that new video game system I wanted and an autograph football and that new 55 inch HDTV I always wanted. And the bank will just give it to me for free! Won’t they????

    Oh wait, I need those digits, which means I have to pry the damn digits from the policeman’s mouth over the phone when he is too busy filing papers and giving tickets to be pestered by us lowly peasants for a $1000 dollars. (They will probably just take the money for themselves and look for an excuse to not respond to the individual) Even if they get the digits and go to the bank, the bank has to verify the information, which would take another day or two and the government can deny the transfer of funds or even the bank can deny the transfer of funds and then after a week of hassle, you are left standing dumbfounded for having just ratted out your friend and getting nothing in return. And then even if they got the funds, what’s to stop the cops from falling you from the bank and pulling you over and giving you a $1000 fine for not wearing your seatbelt or for just looking at a cop the wrong way? So much for that $1000 dollars. The cops just got back what they lost and probably with interest and you, the taxpayer are left out in the cold and penniless once again. So much for hope and change. Happy now, sheeple? CRIME DOESN’T PAY! It’s a crime to help police steal guns from people and you are an accessory to it which makes YOU a criminal. Get the picture.

    The mayor looks like a skinhead Nazi who works for the mafia and is willing to eat you alive. Just look at him. I wouldn’t trust him with my dog. Common sense, people.

    1. I think, they would just by accident release the name of the rat where one of their suspected patriots could listen in.
      If the rat gets killed/executed, they know the patriot is connected, and bring him in

      Wham, no money, A patriot caught, A warning to the population how bad and evil them patriots are in order to squeeze the population in fear closer on mother-state’s chest..

      Oh wait. They would never upgrade their police state that bad…
      The 4th Reich will be the 3rd Reich on steroids with the addon benefit of the latest gadgets rendered in 77 years.

      1. Yep, Trance, your scenario is actually better. I was going along the lines of an alternate perspective, but yours is actually quicker, more covert and less paperwork for the LEO’s. lol

    1. Good idea merlo.But then again someone could just wait for the F`rs and follow him home. Something I wish more people would do to cops, lawers, judges and district attorneys etc. Yep, just follow them low life punks around every day like a ambulance chaser.

  6. …one of my sons is big into the ROTC thing…going to college and playing Army in the woods on the weekend…I worry that they are going to call on him to be one of the young lads they attempt to leverage into the civil war (gun-grab) on the American people…I have invested a bit in his education, but was not shocked to find out he knew nothing of Hoovervilles and the US Army.

    Back in the day, when Hoovervilles offended the powerful of this country, they sent in the US Army to remove the slums and evict the tangible evidence of the corrupt and powerful’s shocking drive to crush the American dream. The young officers they sent in were named Patton, MacAurthur and Eisenhower, who killed, maimed and evicted their way to Army success…so I wouldn’t bet on help from the Army…

    Regards,

    RJ O’Guillory
    Author-
    Webster Groves-The Life of an Insane Family

    1. Hi RJ,

      Right you are.

      Sadly, McAurthur was all to willing to go in and shoot up all those WWI Vets that were just looking for their promised bonus.

      I never cared for McAurthur or Eisenhower, as McAurthur was an arrogant pig, and Eisenhower a media whore.

      Patton I am surprised to hear was involved?

      I do know that one of the generals (Col. at that point) they wanted to go in and evict these Vets from the White house lawn, was Smedly Butler – USMC,.. and he refused outright, which is no surprise, as he also tried to expose the traitors in this country that offered to GIVE him a 500,000 man army to over throw the US!

      When Butler went to Congress, and had them run its investigation of the Rockefellars, Duponts, Morgans, Warburgs, Kuhn Loeb and others,.. it got brushed under the rug!,

      That was in 1933 – 1935. If they were trying to overthrow the US back then,… does anyone believe they are not succeeding now?

      They are,.. unless we united, arrest, try and convict all these bastards,.. and hang everyone last of them!

      JD – US Marines – I will gladly supply the rope!

  7. Here’s my issue…did he say LEGAL or ILLEGAL guns. If he mentioned ILLEGAL gun, then I see no problem, fact is he needs to be clear about this…leave the legally owned guns out of the equation.
    Good guys do not use their guns to do crime so there is no need for a ban on guns…get the bad guys and THEIR guns. Leave the people armed so they can protect themselves from the bad guys and the Feds.

    1. How are you going to know if your neighbor’s gun is illegal or legal? Maybe you just report them and let the police figure it out by swat teaming the house and killing someone.
      Under our 2nd Amendment, no gun is illegal and to suggest otherwise is an act of treason.
      Any time a crime is committed with a gun it is the person who commits the crime, not the gun. More people are killed in the United States with hammers than with guns. You and your desire to buddy up with the government make me sick. We are living in a totalitarian police state and anyone who supports it in the smallest way is a damn traitor.

      1. “How are you going to know if your neighbor’s gun is illegal or legal? Maybe you just report them and let the police figure it out by swat teaming the house and killing someone.”

        That’s exactly what I was pointing out to my friends last night after reading this article, Henry. The police won’t care if it is legal or illegal and will just use this as an excuse to harass and intimidate the legal gun owners into giving up their guns even if they are registered, since they are under the assumption that all guns in the hands of civilians are illegal, no matter what. I told them, it’s a clear case of “Guilty until proven innocent” rather “innocent until proven guilty”. No probable cause, either. It’s a no win situation. To believe otherwise, is completely dumb and naive.

        It especially goes against the “U.S. V. DeBerry” legal precedent which states that where you are legally able to carry, carrying a gun cannot be the only cause for stopping someone and “Terry v. Ohio” which states prohibition on unreasonable search and seizures (4th Amendment) unless being suspected or have probable cause of committing a crime.

        Not that court cases matter anymore since we have no government, but I’m just saying.

  8. Hanging’s too good for this POS.

    Keelhauled, and then thrown naked on a nest of army ants would be suitable.

    I’m in one of those less forgiving moods tonight.

    1. Hey No 1,
      Ya got the order backwards. first ya want to stake em out over a fire ant mound for about a day. THEN! Then keelhauling. The reason being is that keelhauling is most generally a death sentence. Forget whatever Hollywierd shows.

  9. This is a test run.

    They are gauging how well this does and setting up their stasi state network of snitches.

    If the people in Newark wanted to shove this back in their faces they should call the number on any cop they see.
    I think everybody around the country should flood the line and keep it busy… why not make them work for it?

      1. You’re lucky. 🙂
        I can’t truly say that about my neighbors (not even in TX, since the neighbor across the street is a NARC).

        1. we all got to get you and your hubby out of there I`m still lookin` for land for ya`ll but I don`t have a price range for ya ya know angel. We should talk, maybe at the pub eh?

          1. Of course #1 @ 9:07pm. I would love to hook up and maybe raise a glass. Any way you good guys, I got to call it a night so —- good night to all the good people out there. Keep smiling and always keep the faith !!!

  10. there is a saying in the u.k. “nobody likes a grass”

    and there is a universal saying, “what good is the money if you dont live long enough to spend it”!”

    1. “What good is a reward, if you ain’t around to use it.”

      -Han Solo played by Harrison Ford in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

  11. It’s the same thing as a narc, a rat or an informant. While they’ll have some success, most people will be afraid to rat out their neighbors. The bigger problem will be the underlying paranoia they’ll create in these neighborhoods. I used to have a pretty shitty job where I had to repo merchandise in the projects in the city (unarmed mind you, young & stupid) and there used to be large billboards with rewards for certain murders that happened in the 80’s and 90’s. Most of those people were multiple generation welfare families that had been living in that area for a looooong time. Even they have a code on the streets that they live by, and while these were much higher rewards, they still didn’t rat each other out.

  12. People are snitches. Especially first timers dealing with the man. They will snivel and beg…they fall victim to the Benjamin Franklin syndrome….”as long as I tell the truth, I’ll be OK”. People are like putty in the police hands…at least on the first time around.

    1. like I said above at 6:58 pm. Speak for your self rat, and I call you a rat because of what you said about people being snitches. I was never a rat/snitch and I did hard time back in the day and I did it for a friend of mine – so in other words I DID TIME FOR SOMETHING THAT I DIDN`T DO AND ALSO I KEPT MY MOUTH SHUT FOR MY BROTHER You see – when it comes to the pigs and the authority all they want is to arrests someone and they realy do not give a flying F. about who they arrest. Don`t be saying everyone is like you Richard Lefew. I could put you in a catagory right now R Lefew and that woud be a snitch catagory!!!!!!!!!!

      1. Easy digger, he’s talking about the Sheeple.
        People like us are like “Common Sense…It’s not so Common”
        We DEFINITELY are Not Sheeple. Unfortunately, I know an awful lot of Sheeple.

          1. Yup, you’re not the only one. However, they are out there. Plus, you can’t forget about innocent children talking (esp. with current school system questioning and indoctrination). Little kids run their mouths… now they’re being encouraged and told that it’s the right thing to do…they’re snitching, and don’t even know they’re doing it.

          2. Yup, Angel. That is exactly what the ” just say no ” thing did. The lies that they said backfired on them and that is why now all of a sudden we got all of these designer drugs out there.

  13. People are snitches. Especially first timers dealing with the man. They will snivel and beg…they fall victim to the Benjamin Franklin syndrome….”as long as I tell the truth, I’ll be OK”. People are like putty in the police hands…at least on the first time around.

    1. “People are snitches”??? speak for yourself bud!! There is a lot out there with that attitude but they are the week minded ones that look to have someone hold their hand to go potty!!!

  14. Nearly every state has public disclosure laws out of which local (e.g., cities and counties) and state agencies must let the government, that is, We The People, review our documents found in the care of our agents.

    When one starts digging into agency records, it is more common than not to find abuses of law, negligence and so forth. Maybe the good people of this city would do well to start digging into the records kept by the mayor’s office and those of other city agencies over which he has charge.

    WHEN the people find abuses (i.e., unauthorized uses of public funds, such as rewards for Hitler like behavior (report your neighbor)), they should file criminal complaints.

    From my own experience, I can assure you this man has much to hide and can be held accountable. Remember, they didn’t get Capone for murder, they came in the back door for things like tax evasion.

    1. Hey there…I’m from East Orange, NJ, my issue is this: Did he say legal or illegal guns? It’s very hard to tell, and how does one know if a person’s gun is either? If the police do their jobs properly and maintain a stronger presence on the street (as opposed to joy riding all day and night) then this issue of street crime will become less of a factor. The Israeli’s have their way with the Palestinians because they aren’t armed…and still use their military against them…I bekieve this is the plan to be used against us as well.

      1. Keep in mind the following fact: Though I may report you have a gun, that does not create grounds to enter onto my property to locate it/them. There MUST be a warrant and the warrant MUST be made on first hand knowledge or probable cause.

        That someone says it is so does not make it so. That is why criminal complaints require sworn statements, or declarations under penalty of perjury. This, essentially, puts the complainant’s neck on the chopping block, if the statement is not true. Otherwise, it would be too easy to “get even” with people we didn’t like.

        A cop who relied on an unsworn statement to enter someones house puts himself and his agency in jeopardy of suffering damages for the act outside his/her authority. Even if the cop could produce a complaint, if it were vague, he/she [and agency] could still be liable for damages.

        In the end, this all begs the question: Can this mayor produce law out of which she was authorized to use the people’s money this way? If not, she can be held accountable for all relative expenditures.

  15. “There MUST be a warrant and the warrant MUST be made on first hand knowledge or probable cause.

    That someone says it is so does not make it so. That is why criminal complaints require sworn statements, or declarations under penalty of perjury. This, essentially, puts the complainant’s neck on the chopping block, if the statement is not true. Otherwise, it would be too easy to “get even” with people we didn’t like.”

    They don’t care anymore, DeJure. It doesn’t matter to them.

Join the Conversation

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*