Wednesday, April 23, 2014

PHOTOS: "#my NYPD" (police state on Twitter)

Pat Macpherson, Pfc. Sandoval, Wisdom Quarterly; Newser; Occupy; PoliceStateUSA
F your dolly Lama, motherfather, you don't block crosstown traffic on my beat! (RB/T)

What's this, tainted baby food?! Hell no, b_tch, you're goin to be occupying my nightstick!
"I saw a movie once...only the police and military had guns. It was called 'Schindler's List.'"

Need a mammogram, b_tch? #myNYPD has you covered!Yeah you do, you Occupy sl*t. Comply, wh**e, comply! Forget Obamacare! Fusv3WhiRZआनिल् (@guru0509) 4-22-14.
(OS) Think we're kidding, think we're exaggerating? Occupy protesters in the U.S. were kicked, punched, maced, assaulted, arrested, and falsely charged with the very crimes committed on them all with impunity for speaking up against corporate and police corruption.
Lemme at 'im, let me at 'im, I'll kill the muthaf*ther! Die, you dirty hippie, die!

You're a bad man, a very bad man. All  of you are bad men. Get out of here!
Occupy police brutality
An NYPD (New York City Police Department) campaign to get Twitter users to share photos of themselves with officers got a massive response -- but not the kind the department had in mind. 
Instead of citizens posing with friendly cops, the #MyNYPD tag became the top trending hashtag on Twitter with thousands of photos of police brutality, Occupy Wall Street arrests, and headlines about unarmed citizens being brutalized by police and even shot, reports the NY Daily News.
Hey, [n-word], move and you die! Break his arm, break the f'n [subhuman mongrel]'s arm! Free massages from my NYPD. What do YOUR police offer? #MyNYPD (@OccupyWallStNYC)
USA/MIC/CIA trained Egypt
[See plenty of shocking examples of the impending police state at the Daily Dot. Our future was evident at this year's Boston Marathon, a year after launching in the false flag operation that was the Boston Marathon "terrorist" bombing of 2013, when police shut down an entire U.S. metropolitan area, acted on Martial law, and rolled out a paramilitary door-to-door "search" for cultivated-and-planted suspects, which suspended civil liberties as citizens were forced to hunker down (Newspeak: "shelter in place") so as not to be shot, arrested, or disappeared in the crossfire.] More
I would sooner worship a pharaoh as trust the Egyptian paramilitary police.
Punishers come to punish all perceived disobedience and disrespect (
Please stop the killings and brutality! - Are you kidding? This is why we took the job.

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