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  • Tue, Sep 29, 2009 - 02:29pm

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[quote=Dogs]

First off, I looked everywhere and couldn’t find where the Governor of Pennsylvania had declared Martial Law and Mobilized the Guard.  I must have missed your link to that information.???

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Declared or not, when civil rights and personal freedoms are suspended to protect elite (G-20) attendees from a perceived “threat”, it is de facto martial law.  I doubt that those who felt the bite of the baton care whether the declaration was formal or not  . . .

[quote=Dogs]

Regarding forces present – were they REALLY military or were they Secret Service, FBI and riot police providing security for the G-20?  Your post states that a “strong military presence” was assembled and “paramilitary units were ready”.  How many readers understand the difference between military and paramilitary and were you deliberately trying to blur them together?

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What does it matter?  They were trained personnel, heavily armored, armed, organized, with faces obscured by shields, behaving in a manner intended to intimidate, and they brutalized innocent citizens . . . . They were there to protect a globalist organization from vocalization of protest to their agenda . . . The rest is semantics . . . If you want to understand the truth watch what they do, not what they say . . .  

[quote=Dogs]

But why make a distinction between men and women.  Some of the posters have expressed outrage over the way frail and petite women were treated.  How about the way strapping young 225 pound men – American citizens all – were treated?  Isn’t that the real issue? 

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Anyone with a residual sense of decency knows that there is a difference between an armed and armored man, or a gang of men, taking on a petite woman, and a man taking on another man . . . . Yes, it is also wrong for armed men to attack unarmed innocent men . . . . But to not recognize the difference in the character of brutally attacking a 120 pound woman and attacking a 225 pound man, one-on-one is to ignore the cowardice and depravity that make such behavior enjoyable for the sociopath and the wife-beater . . . and it lacks appreciation of good men’s long historical role of protecting women and children . . . With very rare exception, callousness toward the vulnerability of women and children is a hallmark of depraved societies . . . and depraved individuals.  That’s why “wife beater” is a common phrase, and “husband beater” sounds absurd . . . It is the gratuitous willingness to take the advantage of one’s physical prowess to dominate those who are weaker that makes the wife beater repugnant . . . and it is a perfect metaphor for the globalists . . .

[quote=Dogs]

I don’t get the righteous indignation of the others who weren’t there.  I guess they feel good about themselves by venting in a blog.  Wow, that’s leaning forward in the foxhole isn’t it?  If it really enrages you get out, organize a protest in your community against the police brutality in Pittsburgh and put your money where your mouth is.

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Dogs, you would be the last person who would know what persons who oppose the globalist agenda are doing . . . You’re not exactly in our confidence . . . .