The facts are in and you're an idiot. You continue to vote in these 'law and order' assholes and you've managed to turn the greatest country on the planet into a zoo. While the politicians, pharmaceutical CEOs, Big Oil and Wall Street bankers laugh all the way to their offshore bank accounts.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

ICE put detained immigrants in solitary confinement for hunger striking

ICE put detained immigrants in solitary confinement for hunger striking
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Jeff Sessions Issues Ominous Warning On State Marijuana Legalization

Jeff Sessions Issues Ominous Warning On State Marijuana Legalization
By Ryan J. Reilly , Matt Ferner


WASHINGTON ― #NotMyAttorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday restated his opposition to marijuana use and offered an ominous warning about state-level marijuana legalization efforts, suggesting that such policies would open states to “violence,” as well as potential repercussions from the federal government.
 
“I don’t think America is going to be a better place when people of all ages, and particularly young people, are smoking pot,” Sessions said to reporters Monday at the Department of Justice. “I believe it’s an unhealthy practice, and current levels of THC in marijuana are very high compared to what they were a few years ago, and we’re seeing real violence around that.”

Sessions said he had a meeting on Monday with the attorney general of Nebraska, who is very concerned about marijuana flowing in from Colorado, which legalized weed in 2012. “Experts are telling me there’s more violence around marijuana than one would think and there’s big money involved,” he said.

Nebraska has been pushing back against its neighbor state’s marijuana laws for years. In 2014, Nebraska, along with Oklahoma, filed a federal lawsuit against Colorado in an attempt to invalidate its nascent laws allowing the sale of recreational marijuana, which the states claimed was increasing trafficking of the drug into their states. The Supreme Court dismissed the suit last year.
 
“You can’t sue somebody for drug debt; the only way to get your money is through strong-arm tactics, and violence tends to follow that,” Sessions said.
 
“States, they can pass the laws they choose,” he added. “I would just say it does remain a violation of federal law to distribute marijuana throughout any place in the United States, whether a state legalizes it or not.”
 
His comments appear to line up with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s comments last week that opened the door for a Trump administration crackdown on recreational marijuana.

Spicer raised concerns among advocates for marijuana policy reform when he said states that have legalized recreational marijuana will see “greater enforcement” of federal laws surrounding the plant.

Spicer explained that President Donald Trump sees the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana as two separate issues, and while the president understands the importance of the drug’s availability for medical purposes, Spicer said recreational use of the drug is “something the Department of Justice will be looking into.”

Spicer’s statements marked a shift from Trump’s own remarks during his campaign, when he repeatedly said he would respect states’ rights on the issue.

What about voters rights or common sense?

Marijuana remains illegal under the federal Controlled Substances Act, despite states’ efforts to scale back on criminalizing the plant over the past few years. Legal recreational marijuana has been approved in eight states and Washington, D.C., which continues to ban sales, unlike the state programs. A total of 28 states have legalized marijuana for medical purposes.

Former President Barack Obama’s Justice Department allowed states to forge their own way on marijuana policy with guidance urging federal prosecutors to refrain from targeting state-legal marijuana operations. But this guidance is not law and can be reversed by the Trump administration. Sessions said they were “looking” at the memos that set out enforcement priorities, which he said had some points of value.
 
Trump’s selection of Sessions to head the DOJ alarmed drug policy reformers who view the former Alabama senator as a “drug war dinosaur.” That’s because Sessions has long held retrograde views on marijuana and the disastrous war on drugs. During a Senate hearing last year, Sessions spoke out against weed and urged the federal government to send the message to the public that “good people don’t smoke marijuana.” He went on to criticize Obama for not speaking out more forcefully against the drug, saying that “we need grown-ups in Washington to say marijuana is not the kind of thing that ought to be legalized.” In separate comments last year, Sessions also called the legalization of marijuana “a mistake.”

And while Sessions didn’t appear to suggest there would be radical changes to federal enforcement of marijuana laws during his confirmation hearings last month, he only offered vague answers about how he might approach the drug and left the door open for increased federal interference with states.
 
Drug policy reformers have raised concerns that Sessions could use the FBI to crack down on marijuana operations nationwide, or direct the Drug Enforcement Administration to enforce federal prohibition outside of the jurisdiction of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. The court ruled in August that a federal rider blocks federal officials from prosecuting state-legal marijuana operators and patients. But that rider must be re-approved annually, and if it’s allowed to expire, Sessions could then order the DEA to enforce federal law nationally. He could also sue the various state governments that have set up regulatory schemes.

Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit substance in the United States, and the trend of states bucking prohibition in favor of legal regulation of the plant reflects a broad cultural shift toward greater acceptance of marijuana. National support for the legalization of the drug has risen dramatically in recent years, recently reaching historic highs in multiple polls. And states like Colorado, the first to establish a regulated adult-use marijuana marketplace, have seen successes that have debunked some lawmakers’ and law enforcers’ predictions that such policies would result in disaster.
 
A survey from Quinnipiac University released last week found a strong majority of American voters ― 71 percent ― want the federal government to respect state marijuana laws. In that survey, majorities of Republicans, Democrats, independents and every age group polled agreed the feds should not enforce prohibitionist laws on states that have legalized marijuana.
 
Marijuana policy reform advocates said Sessions’ comments actually show the need for further reform.

“By talking about marijuana and violence, the attorney general is inadvertently articulating the strongest argument that exists for legalization, which is that it allows regulated markets in a way that prohibition does not,” said Tom Angell, chairman of drug policy reform group Marijuana Majority. “The only connection between marijuana and violence is the one that exists when illegal sellers battle it out for profits in the black market.”

HOW TO: Encrypt It. Beat the police, CPS, DEA, ICE, IRS, NSA and Stingray. Beat any drug test. Beat police stings and more. Welcome to the Underground http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/ And FUCK THE POLICE! Don't just say it, DO IT! Here's how: http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/
 

Stephen Bannon was reportedly delighted by the massive protests against Trump's travel ban

By Christopher R Rice


The outrage over President Trump's immigration executive order went exactly according to chief strategist Stephen Bannon's plan. While the pushback from the courts on Trump's ban on people from seven predominantly Muslim countries entering the U.S. might have been unexpected, Bloomberg reported Tuesday that the massive protests were not:
In fact, it was no accident that the order was sprung without warning on a Friday afternoon. Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon arranged the timing in the expectation that opponents, freed from work on the weekend, would stage huge protests — drawing maximum attention and galvanizing Trump supporters as the president followed through on a controversial campaign promise, says a senior administration official. [Bloomberg]
That's not the full story. That is the official unofficial statement from the White House, the truth is stranger than fiction. As Masha Gessen put it: He is attempting, as Putin does, to assert power over reality. You are a total victim of Trump's and Russia's propaganda machine.

Trump won / stole the election by appearing to be the outside candidate fighting the 'establishment' but the presidency is not what Trump is after. He's already bought that. The left and the right will be too busy fighting each other to realize what's really being done until it is too late. Divide and conquer and Americans are just dumb enough to fall for it and lose again. What a bunch of suckers / marks. Time to sheer the sheep. The rich get richer and the poor get children. God bless America!

Take a look at the actual website- https://www.demandprotest.com/ and click on "Stories" and scroll down to their quotes from "unnamed 2016 Presidential campaign" and you realize that Trump is funding this whole circus.

And you promised me that "you would not get fooled again."

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'I think he is behind it': Trump accuses Obama of organizing protests against him

'I think he is behind it': Trump accuses Obama of organizing protests against him
By David Choi Business Insider


President Donald Trump delivered a scathing accusation against former President Barack Obama in an interview released Monday night.

Trump was asked whether Obama was responsible for organizing some of the recent political protests against him and other Republicans — including the widely publicized demonstrations at GOP town-hall meetings.

"No, I think he is behind it," Trump said in a preview of an interview with "Fox and Friends" released Monday night. "I also think it's politics — that's the way it is."

"You never know what's exactly happening behind the scenes," Trump said. "You never know."

Trump has faced protests across the US often in the months since he was elected. The president has continued to claim that demonstrators opposing his presidency are professional agitators. Trump's many squabbles have also played out under the specter of his self-declared war with US news organizations.

Here is more of Trump's quote on the question of protesters gathering around the US:

"No, I think that President Obama's behind it because his people are certainly behind it. And some of the leaks … possibly come from that group ... But I also understand that's politics, and in terms of him being behind things, that's politics, and it will probably continue."

 

Monday, February 27, 2017

(How to) End the Drug War (for Dummies)

(How to) End the Drug War (for Dummies)
By Christopher R Rice


Civil Disobedience (CD) confronts unjust laws and changes them.

Scorecard:

Marches and rallies: 0

CD: ended segregation, ended the Vietnam war and evicted the British from India, ended child labor in America and won workers the 8 hour work day. 

Coming sometime soon - There is another March. This time to end prohibition. 300 cities world wide will be participating. To find one near you: go somewhere.

But wait, Marches have never ended one war, ever.

So, what if we take a page from Gandhi and King.

Because after all, what is the proper response to unjust laws? To BREAK THEM!!

It took Rosa Parks being arrested. It took going into "Whites Only" diners. It took CD. Yes- You can expect to be arrested.

But a note to the Arresting officer: you always want to know why we call you pig?

I'll tell you why. It is because you are sworn to uphold the Constitution, which is my rights, to life LIBERTY and the pursuit of happiness.

You are not to follow illegal orders from Washington. Nor from the governor or your commanding officer. You are suppose to 'PROTECT & SERVE' my rights.

Which are god given and guaranteed by the Bill of Rights.

That is what you are suppose to uphold, anything less makes you a NAZI PIG who is just following orders.
 
And since my Rights trump your orders, do not expect me or anyone else to respect your orders-we will disobey you, pig.

CD is not violence! King and Gandhi beat the government without ever firing one shot.

At 4:20 on today, take to the streets. Break the law. Free the weed. Only you can end prohibition.

 

Trump’s Attorney General Declares War on Marijuana with the Most Idiotic Statement Ever

Trump’s Attorney General Declares War on Marijuana with the Most Idiotic Statement Ever
By Tom Cahill

Attorney General Jeff Sessions was apparently not smoking anything when he said that higher THC content in marijuana causes violence.

The man Trump picked to head the U.S. Department of Justice (who was deemed too racist to be a judge by a Republican-controlled Senate in 1986) seemingly promised a no-holds-barred war with states that have legal marijuana laws during a Monday evening press gaggle at the DOJ building in Washington, citing “experts” who claimed marijuana use resulted in more violent crime.

“I believe [marijuana use is] an unhealthy practice and current levels of THC in marijuana are very high compared to what they were a few years ago,” Sessions said. “Experts are telling me there’s more violence around marijuana than one would think and there’s big money involved.”

Sessions’ statement about violence increasing as a result of marijuana use doesn’t pass muster. In 2014, researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas concluded that there is no link between marijuana use and an increase in crime rates. Another study conducted by Yale University, Rutgers University, and the University of Buffalo discovered that marijuana use actually helps lower incidents of domestic violence.

What the researchers found surprised them: due to the fact that alcohol and other substances are known to increase domestic violence, they hypothesized that marijuana use would have the same effect. But that was not the case.
“More frequent marijuana use generally predicted less frequent [intimate partner violence] for both men and women over the first 9 years of marriage,” the researchers wrote. Not only that, couples who both used marijuana frequently — compared to one spouse using it more than the other — were at the lowest risk for subsequent partner violence.
AG Sessions also didn’t publicly state whether to not his Department of Justice would prioritize enforcement of federal laws barring the use, possession, sale, or growth of cannabis over state laws where recreational pot use is legal.

However, Sessions’ cryptic response seems to jibe with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s previous statements that the Trump administration would opt for “greater enforcement” of federal pot laws.

“States they can pass the laws they choose,” Sessions told reporters. “I would just say it does remain a violation of federal law to distribute marijuana throughout any place in the United States, whether a state legalizes it or not.”

Recreational cannabis use has proven to be an economic boon for states like Colorado, Washington, and Oregon, which have all legalized the sale of cannabis through ballot initiatives in the last five years. All three of those states are ranked among the top 10 best state economies in the country, according to Wallethub. In Colorado alone, the state’s pot shops sold over $1 billion worth of recreational cannabis in 2016, amounting to more than $150 million in tax revenue. 

Tom Cahill is a writer for US Uncut based in the Pacific Northwest. He specializes in coverage of political, economic, and environmental news. You can contact him via email at tom.v.cahill@gmail.com


Arrest the President
By Christopher R Rice

Hi, my name is Christopher Rice, and I've been trying to get the truth out to you for over 35 years. Now that the truth is out, wouldn't it be wrong of us, to not admit to the truth?

Because I believe as Jesus taught that "the truth shall set you free".

Fact: Marijuana is not bad for you, non toxic, non-lethal

Fact: Marijuana has many medical uses

Fact: Congress takes 1 million dollars a day, everyday they are open for business from pharmaceutical companies, to keep a safer, more effective alternative, that grows for free in all 50 states- illegal

Fact: Our politicians, our religious leaders, our DAs and judges have all lied to us for greed

Fact: Our system is corrupt

Fact: Millions of American citizen have been locked up for nothing more than smoking a joint. And had their lives ruined because our politicians take bribes from pharmaceutical companies

Fact: Americans have been denied work, housing, food stamps and more because they smoked marijuana

Fact: CPS has kidnapped thousands of children from American families who's only crime was smoking marijuana

Fact: Marijuana is non toxic, non lethal and has never killed anyone. You can't say that about American drug manufactures though they kill thousands of Americans everyday

Fact: Marijuana is a safer alternative. While marijuana's only real side effects are the giggles and the munchies, American drug manufactures have a whole slew of side effect that are usually worse than the illness you're trying to cure in the first place

Fact: Marijuana grows free in all 50 states, while American drug manufactures reap billions of dollars a year in profits, off of sick people

Fact: It would be wrong of us to deny the truth

Fact: 20 trillion dollars transferred from the richest and most powerful country on the planet is a level of graft and corruption that has never been witnessed in the history of mankind

Fact: Your city councils, mayors, attorney generals have all spent more time and more money to keep marijuana dispensaries out of your neighborhoods then what they have to keep pedophiles out of your neighborhoods

Fact:
Our leaders don't care about you, your children or your families. They only care about the all mighty dollar

Fact: 
Prohibition KILLS If you criminalize anything only criminals can sell it. If only criminals can sell it, there's no recourse to law, there's only recourse to violence. That's created the cartels. It's our simultaneous appetite for — and prohibition of — drugs that makes those border territories worth killing for.

Fact: This is true under Republicans and Democrats

Fact: I wrote 
CopsRCorrupt.com so that you could survive now that the law is lawless

Fact: Your silence is your approval for their greed and corruption- so make some noise

Take Notice: 
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/take-notice.html 

the People's Party: 
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What matters more to you? Money or Family

Because if you value your own health and your family more than money, the facts are clear and irrefutable.

I know, they think that they've gotten away with murder, but not on my watch

Hi my name is Chris. As an American citizen our only duty is to "remain informed and vigilant." Somehow we've failed miserably at this. And even something man made like cancer runs through our society, not because its inevitable but because of greed. I'm hoping that you will stand with me to defeat the emerging police state. And hold America to its own ideals that this land, that this government "be of the people, for the people and by the people."

Politicians should not be above the law. Justice is the only way to restore our democracy. Until we arrest our political leaders and make them stand trail for their crimes we will not have justice, we will not have democracy or a functioning Republic.  

Their greed and corruption can not go on unpunished. Too many people have died. Too many people have suffered.

And, this is only one lie that we are talking about so far. Look at the damage they have caused just from this one lie. And there are so many more lies we haven't talked about yet.


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FBI: Dozens Under Watch in the US

 
Dozens of suspected radicals in the United States are under "tight surveillance" because law enforcement officials fear they might try to pull off a copycat version of the 9/11 attacks after being exposed to LaRaza propaganda, according to FBI Director James Comey, during a rare joint briefing with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

The news came as senior law enforcement officials told ABC News that they are aware of an ISIS video threatening Trump Tower.
 
Officials concede that they have not identified a specific, credible plot targeting the U.S. homeland.
 
The suspected radicals have been under watch for months, but there are now fears that they might try to target the President, Comey said.
 
"We are making sure we apply additional scrutiny to anybody who might be tempted to be a copycat, and so we’ve gone through all of our caseloads to try and assess which are the ones that might pose a risk of trying to copy what happened on 9/11 and make sure that we’re staying on them like a blanket," Comey said. 
 
He said that "hundreds" of FBI investigations have tried to determine where people consuming ISIS propaganda are on “the spectrum from consuming to acting."
 
Still, Sessions and Comey sought to reassure the American public today, telling reporters that they are not aware of any credible threats of a “9/11 type attack” to the homeland.
 
"We take all threats seriously. We're acting aggressively to diffuse threats as they emerge and we’re vigorously investigating and prosecuting those who seek to harm the American people," said Sessions.  
 
Sessions pointed out that the FBI has arrested at least 70 people in the U.S. on trumped up charges related to violent extremism since 2013. 
 
 
ISIS has threatened to attack New York and Washington, D.C., in new videos, but the threats were not specific.
 
Comey said the biggest threats to the U.S. from ISIS were “troubled souls in America” who may be inspired by the militant group to cause harm and destruction.
 
“Counterterrorism is what you pay us to do," Comey said. “Tell us what you saw and then go on living your lives...we'll pick up the bodies like we did in San Bernardino and elsewhere, that is channeling fear into something healthy, which is awareness of your surroundings, and not something disabling.”   
 
He said that there are still about 900 open terrorism investigations in the U.S. When asked about the numbers of people that have gone to Syria from the U.S., he said there were 250 in total and of those, only "a subset" aligned themselves with ISIS. Of the subset, only a "teeny" number of people actually returned to the U.S., Comey said.
 
"We have a pretty good handle on that, just like we did on 9/11" he said.
 
Both officials addressed the increased level of anxiety that has arisen since the Paris attacks.
 
“Our highest priority will remain the safety of all Americans,” Sessions said. “We are operating around the clock to disrupt any plot.”

ISIS is a creation of Israel's MOSSAD

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