Victimless Pre-Crime “Laws” Provide State Agents “Legal” Pretext to Target Otherwise Innocent, Peaceful Individuals for Extortion

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

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Tickets for Drivers Drinking Coffee? N.J. Lawmakers Discussing it Today:
http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/09/nj_lawmakers_to_take_aim_at_districted_driving_today.html#incart_most_shared-politics

(Brent JohnsonLast month, a bill was introduced in the state Legislature that caused some to worry they may soon be ticketed for drinking coffee behind the wheel.

On Thursday morning, the state Assembly transportation committee will discuss that measure and two similar bills as it holds a hearing to consider how the Garden State can crack down on distracted driving.

The panel will also hear testimony from the National Transportation Safety Board on an issue that data shows has become a leading cause for fatal care crashes in the age of cell phones and other gadgets.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Victimless pre-crime “laws”: providing agents of the State the “legal” pretext to accost otherwise innocent and peaceful people, in the hopes of extorting them “for their safety.” Question or resist this injustice, and you will be beaten, arrested, thrown into a cage, and/or murdered.

Repeat after me: We are free! We just need more laws! We just need more taxes! We just need the right ruler! 😉

Only YOU Can Prevent Statism!

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

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Neighbors Intervene as Shotgun-Toting Newark Police Chase Boy, 10:
http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/neighbors-intervene-shotgun-toting-newark-police-chase-boy-10-article-1.2762158

(Edgar Sandoval, Thomas Tracy & Leonard Greene) A Newark mom whose 10-year-old son was chased and cornered by armed cops in a terrifying case of mistaken identity says an apology isn’t enough — she wants reform.

Nearly two weeks after Legend Preston’s run-in with a tactical team chasing an armed robbery suspect, his mother, Patisha Solomon remains horrified over what could have happened.

“When I think about my child staring at the end of a gun,” Solomon, 30, told the Daily News.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Only YOU can prevent Statism!

Discussing the Police Arrests of Cannabis Smokers at Guns N’ Roses Concert in New Jersey

The following debate originally took place upon the Facebook wall of family…

Guns' N' Roses on stage, performing a concert at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey

Guns’ N’ Roses on stage, performing a concert at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey

Sara: This is why I don’t bother with shows in NJ. Cops out there harrassing fans just looking to have a good time. Watch out for them MARIJEWANNA smokers! smh.

30 People Arrested at Guns N’ Roses Concert at MetLife Stadium:
http://abc7ny.com/entertainment/30-people-arrested-at-guns-n-roses-concert-at-metlife-stadium-/1441247/

Justin W.: Prison complex industry is a highly profitable business in the land of the home of the free n brave.

Jason K.: I know. It’s crazy that police would arrest people for drugs, assault, etc etc. What is this world coming to? Lol

Sara: They arrested people for smoking weed which I do not consider a drug and the other shit probably happened while people were resisting arrest from being arrested for weed. 30 people though? Sounds like they had nothing better to so but hang out at a GNR concert and harass people. Every concert I go to people smoke up. They’re not hurting anyone.

Jason K.: Yeah, but the facts are it wasn’t just weed and there were sexual assaults as well. Also some fights. I guess that should be part of the concert experience. Lol

Sara: Any body acting violently deserved to be arrested but leave the pot smokers alone.

Jason K.: Not really Sara. First it’s illegal. Second, what about people who want to go to a concert and not be forced to smell pot. Some people find the smell gross. Then their clothes and hair reek from it as well. Third, how about people who have to take drug test for work? When your breathing that in all night it get in your system. 3 years ago a friend of mine failed a drug test and was suspended for 30 days without pay

Sara: Waaaa. Poor you. Don’t go to GNR concert if you don’t want to smell like weed and cigs. Stay at home and watch a DVD.. I’m aware pot is illegal but as I said, I don’t consider it a drug and most people don’t. They’re committing a victimless crime. This story you told is literally the first time I’ve ever heard of someone failing a test by catching contact. Any company that would suspend someone for weed for 30 days is full of shit. I hope he hired a lawyer and fought that Shit and no longer works for that company.

Jordan K.: Jason, you have got to be the biggest cop dick sucking vagina I’ve ever seen. “Oh noo bad things were happening so that means peaceful marijuana smokers should go to jail along with violent people.” Did you have to strain for that logic? You fucken pantywaste. “My feelings are hurt I had to smell the smoke…w ahhhhh!” Don’t go a concert then you fucking pussy.

Jordan K.: Jason, 3 years ago your friend lied about failing a drug test from a contact high. They smoked that shit, but cool story bro! Now please go back to catching pokemon in your safezone. Don’t run too fast you might fall and hurt your knee again!

Rayn: “Illegal”? Statism is a disease of the mind and the soul…

“Slavery was legal; apartheid [was] legal; Stalinist, Nazi, and Maoist purges were legal. Clearly, the fact of legality does not justify these crimes. Legality, alone, cannot be the talisman of moral people.” – Walter E. Williams

Jordan K.: Rayn: Exactly! Saying, “first it’s illegal” is like saying “first, I’m a mindless soulless drone that does whatever the State tells me too because I have no moral compass of my own.” (Click Here to Continue Reading This Post)

Discussing Two New Jersey Police Officers Charged with Conspiracy and Misconduct

The following correspondence originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my post, “Conspiracy in Government!? Quick! Put On Your Blinders! No Need to be Unnecessarily Spooked by Uncomfortable Truths!“…

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Rayn: A conspiracy in government!? Oh, no! Quick! Put on your blinders! No need to become unnecessarily spooked by uncomfortable truths!

Innocent Man Facing Years In Prison Now Free, Officers Arrested, Charged With Conspiracy:
http://countercurrentnews.com/2015/02/innocent-man-years-in-prison-because-cops-lied-now-dashcam-video-has-the-police-behind-bars/

Tammy S.: They make it bad for good police officers

Conspiracy in Government!? Quick! Put On Your Blinders! No Need to be Unnecessarily Spooked by Uncomfortable Truths!

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

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Innocent Man Facing Years In Prison Now Free, Officers Arrested, Charged With Conspiracy:
http://countercurrentnews.com/2015/02/innocent-man-years-in-prison-because-cops-lied-now-dashcam-video-has-the-police-behind-bars/

(M. David) Two police officers have just been indicted on charges of conspiracy and misconduct. But until a dashboard video was released, the man who they victimized was actually the one in trouble.

Officers accused Marcus Jeter, 30, of eluding police, prosecutors said. He faced these charges in Newark Superior Court, and was originally facing a years-long prison sentence. But that was when the video of New Jersey Officers Orlando Trinidad and Sean Courter, both 33, had not yet been released. Once it was, the tables turned very quickly.

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My Commentary: A conspiracy in government!? Oh, no! Quick! Put on your blinders! No need to become unnecessarily spooked by uncomfortable truths!