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Looking for anarchists? Go to the District of Criminals!

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One of the more flagrant uses of words meant to disparage others, is the use of the word anarchist or, anarchy.  In a recent statement by “Dirty” Harry Reid, Senate leader,

“Senate Democrats have shown that we are willing to debate and vote on a wide range of issues, including efforts to improve the Affordable Care Act. We continue to be willing to debate these issues in a calm and rational atmosphere. But the American people will not be extorted by Tea Party anarchists.”

So let’s take a look at the definition of “anarchists and/or anarchy” in The Free Dictionary

an·ar·chy (nr-k)                                                               DIRTY HARRY

n. pl. an·ar·chies

1. Absence of any form of political authority.

2. Political disorder and confusion.

3. Absence of any cohesive principle, such as a common standard or purpose.

Excuse me “Dirty” Harry……..I believe you just described both houses of congress and the current state of our so-called “elected” government. More

The anarchists on CRAPitol Hill

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The anarchists on CRAPitol Hill

We all have the carefully constructed vision of what anarchy looks like.  We have allowed ourselves to become convinced that anarchists are wild looking radicals, brandishing guns, riding motorcycles; with their shaven heads and/or long flowing unwashed beards and tattooed women. We have allowed ourselves to be convinced that they are just looking for a reason to overthrow the government of the United States. stupid (Gasp!!) If they don’t fit into this scenario, we are still equally convinced that they (the unknown anarchists) are plotting some kind of violent overthrow and that they hate government in all its forms.  Should all 20 or so actual anarchists ever get together in one spot…….why, there is no telling what will happen!  It will be chaos!  Blood will run in the streets and no one will be safe from these wild-eyed haters of government who want nothing more than to terrorize the rest of us with their lawlessness!

Actually, we do know who the anarchists are.  And they are gathered in one spot and there are far more of them than we ever imagined. More

Wisconsin dairy farmers under attack from DATCP

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Jackass alert # 7

getimageIt appears a newly announced meeting has been scheduled for Wisconsin dairy farmers, with Wisconsin, Department of Agriculture ,Trade and Consumer Protection” also known as DATCP. 

I have this odd feeling that DATCP actually stands for “Department of Agricultural Terrorists, Corruption and Politics”; but that’s just what I think.  I could be totally wrong. More

The Case of the Biodevastation 7 :What the Police Won’t Apologize For

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What the Police Won’t Apologize For

By DON FITZ

In early September, St. Louis police will send an apology for their illegal arrest of biodiversity activists.  Be assured that it will not mention their role in destroying public dialogue on dangers of genetically contaminated food. 

On August 24, 2009, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Eastern Missouri announced that the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners would pay $13,500 to each of four anti-genetic engineering activists for violating their first and fourth amendment rights and would apologize to them for police actions in May, 2003. [1]  That was when several hundred people gathered to protest the World Agricultural Forum [WAF] and hold the 7th Biodevastation Gathering to expose the racist use of genetic engineering in agriculture.

But the letter of apology is highly unlikely to address the most serious aspects of the repression.  Do not expect the letter to say anything about helping to consolidate control of world agriculture and throwing 1 billion people off of small farms.  Don’t look for the letter to mention the role of police in attempts to force genetically contaminated food on Africans with immuno-compromised health.  And don’t be surprised if the letter contains not a word about St. Louis police entering into a conspiracy with Monsanto, the FBI and corporate media to eliminate public discussion of the potential threats of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

St. Louis police were not stand-alone players.  As Daniel (digger) Romano wrote in the August 31 St. Louis Post-Dispatch “…Allied Intelligence [is] the private security agency hired by the WAF and its principle player, Monsanto, the biotech giant.  Allied Intelligence told police ‘50,000 anarchists’ were coming to St. Louis to riot and wreak havoc on the city.” [2]

The police apology will certainly misdirect attention onto its own illegal and repulsive behavior of May, 2003: warrantless entry into a home where a woman was subjected to “an unlawful and humiliating strip search,” a second warrantless entry under the false claim of the building being condemned, and arresting several activists for “riding a bicycle without a license,” a crime which did not exist. [1]

Under the FBI Eye

Preparations for the Biodevastation 7 Gathering started in 2002 when Jim Scheff, an organizer for the Missouri Forest Alliance, called to tell me that the WAF would be meeting in St. Louis the upcoming year.  He suggested that Biodevastation, which had been held in five cities after beginning in St. Louis in 1998, return to Monsanto’s home town so that people coming to WAF could hear a different view of biotechnology.

Documents obtained by the ACLU under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) show that the FBI was deeply involved in scrutinizing many documents that I wrote for the event, including emails from my computer.  The ACLU judged the FBI reports to be some “of the most troubling documents we received.” [3] More

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