it did not work at Nuremberg but it works today in corporate owned American law enforcement …

it did not work at Nuremberg but it works today in corporate owned American law enforcement … and “we” do or say nothing

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A Duty to Disobey All Unlawful Orders.


09-27-2012   http://able2know.org

As a policeman in my hometown, do I have to beat up my friends or relatives who are protesting some meeting of big business, slicing up the pie in far away countries?
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During the Nuremberg trial the excuse: "
I was following orders" was not accepted. Surely many soldiers in Iraq must have followed bad orders because they were afraid of being punished. Sickening dilemma.
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A Duty to Disobey All Unlawful Orders.
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The military oath taken at the time of induction reads:
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"I,____________, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to the regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God"
 

 
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Any growth under these conditions is quite remarkable

clip_image002… OK … so it’s sluggish but how is any growth possible when the GOP/Republicans vote defeat any proposal offered by any non-Republican to stimulate and assist our economy  … Any growth under these conditions is quite remarkable …

Yup … more bull shit from government … trust us we have your back

clip_image002… You did not really expect that corporate owned ADEQ would deny an environmental permit to the mine$ … before the “public” (that’s you and me) had even a glimmer of what was proposed

Yup … more bull shit from government … trust us we have your back …

and the business she generated was … OPP$

clip_image002… OK … our Governor’s trip to Europe cost $32,000 and the business she generated was … OPP$ … she can’t disclose that to us … but … hey …. Canada is closer and perhaps she won’t choose to default on her hotel reservation …

OK … lie … cheat … steal … pay a fine … agree to play nice and all is forgiven

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… OK … lie … cheat … steal … pay a fine … agree to play nice and all is forgiven …

… and what “we” actually choose to elect folks with this public ethic …

… that’s plain stupid …

it improves corporate power providers bottom line

But hey … it improves corporate power providers bottom line and in Arizona that is all that is important 

… that anyone can find out clip_image002about your comings and goings leaving you exposed to burglary  is not of value to Arizona corporate regulators on  our aptly named ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION

Smart meter data shared far and wide

09-28-2012  •  Vince Chadwick, Craig Butt, Henrietta Cook

DETAILED information about electricity customers’ power usage, which gives insights into when a house is occupied, is being shared with third parties including mail houses, debt collectors, data processing analysts and government

No doubt a most troubling notion for the male species to even remotely contemplate after our time as “king of the hill

No doubt a most troubling notion for the male species to even remotely contemplate after our time as “king of the hill”

clip_image002Are You Ready for the Post-Masculine World…?

 

Hanna Rosin’s new book "The End of Men" bears tidings of a gender apocalypse.

 

 

September 23, 2012  |  AlterNet / By Lynn Parramore

The sun began to set on traditional masculinity over 500 years ago – just around the time musketeers arrived on the battlefields of Europe. At first, the feudal knights scoffed. How unnatural, and worse, how unmanly to go around pointing ungainly, smoke-belching sticks at your enemies!

But soon enough, technology won out, and it was the knights who faded into obsolescence. Poets pined for the old masculinity, but the days when the brawniest ruled the land were numbered. Brains now counted. So did the ability to adapt to new technologies. Just ask Elizabeth I.

But it was not quite yet the Day of Women. As Hanna Rosin argues in her much-discussed new book The End of Men, we had to wait until the 21st century for that.

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