No Hesitation

When Alex Jones first ran his “No Hesitation” story, lots of people said it was conspiracy nonsense. Since then we have seen dozens of cases of police shooting people in situations which make absolutely no sense.

No American would shoot a 95 year old crippled man unless they had been intentionally trained to lose their humanity.

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9 Responses to No Hesitation

  1. Don says:

    Hiring ex-military with all their baggage is a bad idea. PTSD, desensitized to violence, etc. Yet they receive preferential treatment. Plus LEO’s have been given para-military training through DHS and others. We are all the enemy now, guilty of violating some law or regulation daily. Or target practice.

  2. Stefan v says:

    Strange, the WW1 and WW2 veterans did all right. The Civil War guys weren’t renowned as nutters either. What’s the difference all of a sudden? Ah, I have a suspicion. Now that values are all relative, and children are taught that people are actually animals, and there are no eternal consequences for sin, anything goes. Face it….Amerika is going the same way as Sodom & Gomorrah, Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Persia, Greece, Rome, Napoleonic France, Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia, Khmer Rouge Cambodia, etc. Get out while you can. The fall cannot be reversed, and this time it will be an exceptionally spectacular one.

    • gator69 says:

      Yes, it is not PTSD, it is Post Moral Stress Disorder. Veterans are not the problem, our government institutions and modern ‘culture’ are to blame. The founders warned that our Constitution was only fit for a moral society.

  3. methylamine says:

    Every one of those bastard “officers” should be slowly, methodically hunted down by family and friends of this old man.
    As the collapse materializes, and people have less and less to lose…these animals who kill their betters, the citizens, will become very scarce.

    They are cowards and bullies; despicable little nothings. Where is the honor or courage in victimizing an old man? They prey on the weak, hunt in packs; walking around puffed-up and body-armored. But when the tables are turned–think of how they reacted when Chris Dorner mounted an ineffective, brief campaign. It paralyzed all of southern California’s state-protection class.

  4. slimething says:

    Alex Jones is still a nutjob.

    • methylamine says:

      Exactly how is Alex Jones a “nutjob”?

      First, how much of his work–movies, articles, radio show–have you watched/read/listened to? And of that, how much have you dared to explore background…to verify or debunk what he’s published?

      Because absent that process of exploration, “nutjob” is just a pejorative, an ad hominem, that betrays intellectual laziness at best on your part…or at worst, a dire fear of cognitive dissonance.

      I find most people who slander the “nutjobs” of this world have done extremely little to educate themselves. In fact they’ve actively avoided “upsetting the apple cart”. They WANT their Matrix; they REVEL in their self-deceptions, because it’s comfortable. It’s easy. It’s fun to be cheer for the “winning team”.

      I’m reminded of my neighbor who the day after the capture of the pathetic patsies in the Boston bombing said “Hey how about that! We got’em!” As though it was his team who’d “won”. Absolutely childlike faith; a gleeful schoolboy’s revelry in tribal instinct. No critical examination; no questions, no logical thought. Just “USA! USA! USA!”.

      Because it’s easy. It’s comforting.

      And maybe, just maybe, if we just go along, and don’t make waves, and don’t stick out they’ll leave me alone with my radial tires, my TV sitcom and my Big Mac

      But they won’t. They’ll get the “nutjobs” first. And eventually they’ll come for YOU.

      Do you want to be a “Good German”–one of the ones who wondered about the early snow, as the ashes from the neighboring camp drifted over your town?

  5. edonthewayup says:

    Reblogged this on Edonurwayup's Blog and commented:
    More on Police blunders

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