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The very word ‘secrecy’ is repugnant in a free and open society.

Since the founding of this country, a totalitarian, closed form of government has been considered unacceptable and un-American. The public assumes they have the freedom to be left alone and to live a life in privacy, while the government is believed to be open and transparent, humbly serving the people.

In reality, this patriotic belief is no longer true: it now appears that we are to serve the political class as our personal lives are forced to become more transparent – while the decision makers operate in complete secrecy.

The following video, recorded Oct 4, 2020, as part of a meeting of epidemiologists and journalists, features the main authors of the Great Barrington Declaration:

Dr. Martin Kulldorff, professor of medicine at Harvard University, a biostatistician, and epidemiologist with expertise in detecting and monitoring infectious disease outbreaks and vaccine safety evaluations.
Dr. Sunetra Gupta, professor at Oxford University, an epidemiologist with expertise in immunology, vaccine development, and mathematical modeling of infectious diseases.
Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, professor at Stanford University Medical School, a physician, epidemiologist, health economist, and public health policy expert focusing on infectious diseases and vulnerable populations.
It is part one of a series that seeks to explain the basics of viruses and their spread.

The following video, recorded Oct 4, 2020, as part of a meeting of epidemiologists and journalists, features the main authors of the Great Barrington Declaration:

Dr. Martin Kulldorff, professor of medicine at Harvard University, a biostatistician, and epidemiologist with expertise in detecting and monitoring infectious disease outbreaks and vaccine safety evaluations.
Dr. Sunetra Gupta, professor at Oxford University, an epidemiologist with expertise in immunology, vaccine development, and mathematical modeling of infectious diseases.
Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, professor at Stanford University Medical School, a physician, epidemiologist, health economist, and public health policy expert focusing on infectious diseases and vulnerable populations.
It is part one of a series that seeks to explain the basics of viruses and their spread.

So, Joan Rivers WASN'T wrong?

Amy Goodman of DemocracyNow:
"Often when there is descent expressed in the United States against policies of the Israeli government, people here are called anti-Semitic, what is your response to that as an Israeli Jew?"

Shulamit Aloni:
“Well it’s a trick we always use it, when in Europe somebody is criticizing Israel, then we bring up the holocaust. When in this country people are criticizing well, then they are anti-Semitic.”

Aloni was a board member of Yesh Din, an organization founded in 2005 which focuses on human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories. She defended U.S. President Jimmy Carter's use of the word "apartheid" in the title of his book, Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid. Later, Aloni said, "I hate to cover up things that should be open to the sun."

LISTEN TO WHAT "REAL" U.S. SOLDIERS SAY ... This is actually some of the saddest $hit I've seen ...

September 10th 2001 Secretary of Defense of the USA declared war on the Pentagon bureaucracy over an alleged $2.3 trillion in unaccounted for funds on expenses, the next day 9/11 happened and the previous day's headlines were over-shadowed by the start of the Bush administration's modern-day crusade the 'War on Terror' supported by the mythical 'Coalition of the Willing' in search of 'Weapons of Mass Destruction' and 'Taliban fighters' the $2.3 trillion was later quietly 'found' to have just been a computer error.

#PROUDBOYS, #BLM & #ANTIFA ARE ALL BANK$TER-FUNDED TERRORI$T$; CREATED TO DIVIDE AMERICANS & GET US TO FIGHT EACH OTHER INSTEAD OF THEM

1% Elite's Social Engineering of the Dumbed-Down, Unwashed Masses At It's Finest!

"But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and [that] he were drowned in the depth of the sea." - Matthew 18:6 kjv

“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face—for ever.”
― George Orwell, 1984

G. Edward Griffin explains the deliberately fake two party system and its implications as well as its relationship with the CFR, Council on Foreign Relations.

http://www.gedwardgriffin.com/

This is part 3 of Pedogate 2020 from Mouthy Buddha. It starts off a little slow, but it definitely reveals some new sick and sinister connections most would be unaware of.

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WARNING: The video below of police attacking, tasing, choking, and killing the father as he did his laundry is disturbing. #PoliceBrutality

Santa Ana, CA — In the Land of the Free, you can be approached by police who claim the right to beat, kidnap, and or kill you for having an arbitrary substance in your bloodstream deemed illegal by the state — even while you are simply doing your laundry. Fermin Valenzuela and his family learned the hard way about the bloody path left behind in the state’s vicious and brutal war on drugs and the deadly lengths the state will go to enforce it. Now, the taxpayers of Anaheim, Ca. are being held liable, to the massive tune of $13 million, because of the state’s brutal war on substances.

The unanimous verdict in a U.S. District Court trial in Los Angeles followed two hours of deliberations and was “the obvious decision from seven days of testimony,” said jury foreman Brian Marcus of Los Angeles, according to the LA Times.

Eight jurors “had the task of putting a dollar value on a human being’s life, and it was so gut-wrenching,” he said. “I would have liked it to be a heck of a lot more for what this family and this poor man endured.”

On July 2, 2016, Valenzuela had harmed no one and was merely doing laundry inside a laundromat when he was accosted by two deputies who claimed the right to kidnap him over the suspected use of drugs. After police confronted him, Valenzuela, 32, would die from complications of asphyxia caused by the interaction with the two police officers. Police used a taser and a choke hold to subdue Valenzuela which would prove to be a deadly mix.

It is a matter of fact that Valenzuela did, indeed, have methamphetamine in his system. However, as reported, he had harmed no one and his only “crime” was being under the drug’s influence. Likely due to his diminished mental state, Valenzuela did not want to go with police—so force was escalated after officers arrived.

After unsuccessfully ordering Valenzuela to comply, officer Woojin Jun of the Anaheim PD is seen using what’s known as a “carotid artery restraint” on the ground in officer Daniel Wolfe’s body-cam footage. Wolfe then shoots Valenzuela with a stun gun, causing him to yell in pain.

Valenzuela then attempts to leave the laundromat before falling to the ground outside and losing consciousness.

Valenzuela went into cardiac arrest and was put into a coma at the hospital. He was taken off life support and died eight days later.

A coroner’s report states Valenzuela was asphyxiated by police during the struggle, despite the D.A.’s subsequent claim that the officers did not use excessive force nor commit any crimes.

Shortly after the incident, the department would clear the officers involved — despite Valenzuela being unarmed.

“The police were performing a necessary duty in investigating what was happening and protecting the public from somebody who was clearly, possibly very dangerous,” said D.A. Tony Rackauckas.

“Clearly, possibly very dangerous”? That sounds like “almost definitely,” which can also mean “not at all.”

Anaheim city spokesman Mike Lyster decried the $13 million settlement, calling it unwarranted.

“Our police have a duty to respond and engage, and their only other option would’ve been to walk away,” he said. “That is not what the community expects of us when they call for help.”

However, because police didn’t walk away and simply let the man finish doing his laundry, Valenzuela’s two children will now grow up without their father who was arguably killed for his personal choices.

“With respect to the video, I know it’s hard to watch,” Sgt. Luis Correa told reporters at the time. “Sometimes public safety doesn’t look pretty, but as the D.A.’s investigative report indicated, […] the officers’ actions were reasonable and justified.”

The jury disagreed. “They (the officers) seemed like really wonderful people, but my opinion is that they exercised bad judgment,” Marcus, the jury foreman, said. “There was very little attempt to deescalate the situation.”

The attorney for the family disagreed as well and pointed out the obvious fact that none of the officers involved sustained so much as a scratch.

“Thank God for body cameras, because cameras captured all the wrongdoing of the officers,” said Garo Mardirossian, an attorney representing Valenzuela’s children. “The bottom line is the officers came up with all sorts of stories of Mr. Valenzuela fighting with them, and yet there was not a single mark on Officer Jun’s face, even though he testified that he was struck three times. The body camera does not show Mr. Valenzuela taking a fighter’s stance or throwing a punch.”

"Police must stop this type of inhumane activity with their subjects,” he said. “The rank and file deserve our respect. However, sometimes

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11-21-19 A Man On His Way To A Job Interview Was Tasered By Police Officers For Jaywalking. GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - A man on the way to a job interview said officers used a Taser on him three times for jaywalking. Police say he refused verbal commands and physically resisted.

This all began in March when the officers gave John Efford a jaywalking citation on Holcomb Bridge Road in Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Efford said that a couple of minutes later, the same officers approached him again saying he jaywalked again. He said that's when they refused to answer his questions and began Tasing him.

“I was terrified,” Efford told Channel 2’s Tom Jones.

He was charged with two counts of obstruction and improper crossing a roadway.

Police sent Jones a use of force report that indicated the level of force used was within policy. It said Efford refused to follow verbal commands and physically resisted.

An officer’s body cam video recorded the incident.

“Hands behind your back now! Cuff him. You’re going to get Tased again,” an officer is heard on video.

Once officers arrested Efford, he asked what did he do.

“You jaywalked again right in front of us. Again, bro,” the officer said.

“Y'all doing all that over jaywalking?” Efford responded.

Efford said the officers used excessive force and he said it was unlawful arrest.

“This video is a classic case of police brutality,” said his attorney, Jackie Patterson.

Patterson said officers terrorized his client for no reason.

“All you had to do was write him a ticket and let him go,” Patterson said.

Patterson said the charges were dropped after prosecutors saw the video.

Efford is not letting this go.

“I want them to lose their jobs,” Efford said.

In the use of force report, a major said officer Charles Bynum was counseled on the importance of advising suspects they are under arrest.

Another major said the officer's version of what happened and the video were not consistent. Still, it said the use of force was within policy.

Efford said he plans to file a lawsuit.

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COLLETON COUNTY, S.C. (WCIV) — 11-11-19 - Colleton County Sheriff Andy Strickland has placed himself on leave following his arrest Saturday on a domestic violence charge. He is accused of punching a family numerous times in the face, taking their cellphone so they couldn't call 911 and attacking a family vehicle.

"This time will allow me to heal, and self-reflect on myself," Sheriff Strickland said in a statement. "I will strive to be stronger, and better at serving the citizens of Colleton, and my employees upon returning."

Sheriff Strickland says Chief Deputy Buddy Hill will serve as the Colleton County Sheriff's Office top authority during his absence.

The sheriff's office says the leave of absence is in line with standard policy.

#PoliceAbuse

#PoliceBrutality ... WARNING! - DISTURBING FOOTAGE ... Shocking Video Showing an Arizona Sheriff's Deputy Wrestling a 17 Year Old Quadruple Amputee to the Ground for Knocking Over a Bin At His Group Home Where He Was Living After His Family Abandoned Him.
.... The incident took place in a group home in Tucson, Arizona, in September 2019.
.... The Pima County Sheriff's deputy was called to home after reports of disturbances Immanuel Oloya, a 15-year-old quadruple amputee, allegedly threatened staff and knocked over a garbage can.
.... The video shows the white deputy pin Oloya, who is black, to the ground for 90 seconds. The deputy Deputy is also seen arresting another teen, C.J., who filmed the incident.
.... The Public Defender's Office says Oloya was abandoned by his family. The Sheriff's Office says it has opened an investigation into the incident.
.... Both teens were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct
After video surfaced of the arrest, the charges against Oloya were dropped.

A Byron Bay, Australia police officer has been charged with assault after allegedly Tasering and hitting a 16 year old teenage boy with a baton 19 times in January 2018.

The Law Enforcement Conduct Commission (LECC) found the officer used "inappropriate use of excessive force" against the 16-year-old outside Nomads Backpackers.

The boy was said to have been naked and intoxicated when police approached him in the early hours of January 11.

A Future Court Attendance Notice was issued to the officer for the offence of common assault. He will face Byron Bay Local Court on December 2.

In March, the LECC held a public hearing to consider whether five officers involved in the boy's arrest engaged in criminal conduct or serious misconduct, after video footage of the arrest - in which the boy was also capsicum sprayed - was shown on A Current Affair.

The boy, who was on holiday in Byron Bay with his family, is heard telling arresting officers in the footage, "I'm not resisting."

The LECC ultimately found that, while four of the officers had not engaged in misconduct, the actions of the fifth - given the pseudonym Officer E - amounted to "serious misconduct warranting serious consequences".

"It is obvious that Officer E's intention was to beat [the boy] until he complied and, even when he was handcuffed, Officer E did not desist," the report said.

"No doubt he subjectively believed that he was entitled to do what he was doing but objectively he acted unreasonably and with grossly excessive force."

The officer's use of force was deliberate, unreasonable and "significantly beyond a mere error of judgment", the commission found.

The officer maintained throughout his questioning that the degree of force he used was necessary.

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#PoliceAbuse #Copwatch #Copblock #PoliceActivity #PoliceState #MilitarizedPoliceState

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11-8-19 Man Tasered and Punched 30 Times, While Police Are All Over Him, Screaming ... "STOP RESISTING!"

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11-2-19 Gotthelf got ticketed for smoking in public and not having her dog on a leash. She protested the charges by refusing to sign the police citation, an action which immediately resulted in her being arrested. It was such a minor infraction, it seems, but one which ultimately led to her torture she alleges.

Her case shows that even the tiniest of infractions, if refused by citizens, can and will lead to those citizens getting kidnapped, caged, and in Gotthelf’s case, tortured

A federal lawsuit has been filed against the city of Rochester, NY and several police officers after an officer fatally shot a dog while looking for a gun believed to be discarded by a suspect during a foot chase on Oct. 19, 2018.

This is portion of the police body cam video showing officer Javier Algarin jumping a fence to enter Dempsey's yard, followed by the dog running out the bag door and getting shot, in front of the little girl who lived in the home. The man confronting police is Charles Dempsey, the innocent owner of the black Labrador retriever named "Tesla".

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