Thursday, May 21, 2020

NC: My Business Was Raided By the Police

Via  Michael


12 comments:

  1. You could tell that the "acting" chief was enjoying being a prick and ordering the white people around. It is all about power and who can use it.

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    1. Seems he was the one that the guy called Marine

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    2. In another video, Nick talks about this little Napoleon. Nick says he may have been in the Corps but he was no Marine.


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  2. If Captain Richards isn't the bastard child of Idi Amin, then I'm a turkey! THe resemblance is spooky. Indeed, it may be a clone!

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  3. So while turning criminals loose they are siting and arresting small business owners trying to make a living for themselves and their families?

    And the founders rebelled over a small tax on tea.

    These thugs in government will be emboldened as long as we do not resist. Maybe it's civil disobedience and demanding a jury trial in every instance, maybe a good old fashioned sit in, or maybe something else but until we make THEM uncomfortable there is little incentive for them to stop.

    And a final comment, I always note that when someone is getting ready to make a critical comment towards the FBI, local law enforcement etc. they always, always, always, preface the comment with how wonderful all the people in those organizations are except the one or two that are giving them a problem at that moment. Now, forgive me but if the VAST majority are so wonderful where the hell are they? I mean, why didn't at least a couple show up at this guy's place of business and offer to protect him an his liberties? Unless and until that happens it's best, in my opinion, to see them as the governor's thugs in blue.

    Y'all have a nice day.

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    1. Just received @ ReOpen Carteret County:

      Lindsey Scronce
      ‎JesseandJamie Boyd‎
      Reopen Catawba Valley


      I'm not so sure defiance or refusal to comply are the right way to think about what needs to be done in North Carolina. These rallying cries imply that Roy Cooper actually has the governmental authority to issues the lockdowns and phased-reopening of churches and businesses. He does not. Think of it more as CALLING HIS BLUFF. Our church in Claremont called his bluff and continued to meet, never missed a service. The martial arts dojo I run in Catawba County called his bluff and kept holding classes like normal. I guess "martial arts school" would fall under his category of "gyms" and would still be "ordered" closed. Frankly, I don't care. We called his bluff, and will keep doing so. Occasionally, a police officer might show up and issue a threat at some location, but call his bluff too. Make him physically shut you down, and if need be, drag you to jail, and then call that bluff all the way to the courthouse. Rather than scream and holler and complain about Governor Cooper in Facebook groups where most people agree with you anyway, do what's far more powerful and effective: CALL HIS BLUFF. Open up your business and go about your life. Make them come stop you. And, if a few people have to go down, it only means a hundred time more that number will stand up. That is a fact of history. Hey, I wouldn't advise you to do anything I have not or already am not doing myself. God bless.
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  4. Amen to that one!!

    Simply refuse to obey what is clearly beyond his authority.

    Civil disobedience to attempted tyranny.

    Y'all have a nice day.

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  5. Unrelated but this NEEDS to be posted.

    http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61461&fbclid=IwAR1LYOe46S1hvKH90krUXRe6rLhxkrNErwRqdhx_clwnqGAuWJkaez2qhBE

    I just can't say it after viewing that shit.

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    1. Thanks.https://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2020/05/detroit-20-yr-old-black-supremacist.html

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