Posts Tagged ‘accountability’

I didn’t sign up to be the modern Kafka.

I just wanted to make sure people understood what fascism is, since it’s resurgent and spreading everywhere you look.

The dystopian corporate control of society continues at rapid pace. So many willingly cede their freedom to unelected, unaccountable profiteers without a second thought. You do enough of that, you get a Blade Runner styled hell on earth.

The recent rise of the billionaire oligarchs meddling in our lives and in our governments should be a flashing alarm to anyone with even half a brain, but they tend to worship the overlords rather than fight them. It’s like the world was smarter a century ago when “Robber Barons” were understood to need reining in. Today, they make them president and die trying to keep them in power after they lose elections.

Perhaps Facebook relies more on small-time ad purchases than it does government contracts (and I have spent money there). So, maybe they aren’t completely entangled in government/corporate “partnerships” yet. That may bear on my specific case. But, the chilling effect of erasing people from platforms when they say things your bosses don’t like remains a serious problem right here, right now.

ADDITIONALLY

My Facebook account is now BROKEN–deliberately? Maliciously? Is this plan D? Of course, there’s no one to talk to about it. Welcome to the machine, my son.


While I can post on my main page, I cannot post on any of the sub pages I have created there. It freezes up with a little bar that only says “Share to a Page.” My posting option is removed on all the sub-pages. This is a type of ban that may be intentional on their part, and/or it may go away after 90 days, as that was the original ban.

Remember, all this corporate harassment is simply for posting the definition of fascism, as people don’t want to know.

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“A blow-by-blow account of how the president killed thousands of Americans.”

The Trump Pandemic

 

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We found 85,000 cops who’ve been investigated for misconduct
Twenty faced 100 or more allegations yet kept their badge for years.

 

  • Most misconduct involves routine infractions, but the records reveal tens of thousands of cases of serious misconduct and abuse. They include 22,924 investigations of officers using excessive force, 3,145 allegations of rape, child molestation and other sexual misconduct and 2,307 cases of domestic violence by officers.
  • Dishonesty is a frequent problem. The records document at least 2,227 instances of perjury, tampering with evidence or witnesses or falsifying reports. There were 418 reports of officers obstructing investigations, most often when they or someone they knew were targets.

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I bet he is. No sweat off his ass.

“And so we’re very comfortable with how the mission was executed.”

 

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Police Killings Spark Nationwide Protests, Hundreds Arrested

 

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Man who Posted Alton Sterling Shooting Video Arrested 24 Hours Later on Fabricated Charges

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Police Use of Deadly Force: State Statutes 30 Years after Garner

Chad Flanders and Joseph C. Welling

“So two trends, working in opposite directions, made the common law rule otiose: the death penalty was becoming rarer, but more crimes (and more nonviolent crimes) were becoming felonies. To these two trends the Court added a third: it was getting easier to use deadly force.[54] Before, deadly force was mainly inflicted by hand to hand combat, that is, after a fight. Nowadays, police can kill with one pull of a trigger. There may be, in such a world, a greater need for caution in using force–and for a rule which would discourage the use of force unless and until it was really necessary.[55]…

 

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Don’t believe the apologists for state crimes, the shameless propagandists who tell you to look elsewhere and to ignore paradigm-changing events. The JFK assassination was important, relevant to today, and a criminal conspiracy executed by elements of the US “deep state.” And they got away with it because… “sheeple.” Just like they got away with 9/11, with wars of aggression on Iraq, Libya, Syria, with systematic torture in “black site” gulags, with drug smuggling from their Contras and from Indochina before.

They get away with it because the American people are ignorant assholes who seem to prefer life that way.

When They Killed JFK They Killed America

 

 

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Fascism is corporatism, according to none other than Benito Mussolini. He had a handle on what fascism is. Better understanding than you do, anyway.

Here is another example of fascism here in the US. Toxic chemical manufacturers are allowed to “report” the risks themselves (lie about).

Because Homeland Security Allows Chemical Plants to Self-Report Toxic Releases, 44% are Wrong

The GAO report (pdf) estimated that more than 2,700 of the estimated 6,400 facilities, or 44%, misreported the Distance of Concern.

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We are in an ongoing reign of terror by unaccountable police, across the land, who attack citizens routinely in a crime spree of historical note. Over the past few years I’ve seen hundreds of police assaults on citizens that should warrant prison terms. 

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Texas woman sues police after being ‘kicked, punched’ by 4 cops after tampon request

When can we just call it fascism in the mainstream media? The people entrusted with oversight of maniac cops refuse to do anything about the violence.

“I was on the floor on my stomach and Connelly punched me on this side of the face,” said West. “And I was being kicked and stepped on from behind, and she was punching me in the face. She punched me in the eye several times.”

West was then released without charge. She immediately made a series of photographs, detailing injuries all over her body, and contacted a lawyer, to file a case with internal affairs six days later.