Just so that you are all aware, the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act passed in the House late last night. When the president signs it, the United States military has blanket authorization to treat american soil as a battleground, and can detain indefinitely, interrogate, and execute you, without charges or trial. No big deal. Just fyi. You now officially live under martial law.
Dustin R. Snyder said this.
The NYPD has declared a portion of Flatbush a “Frozen Zone”, meaning media are not allowed in and people can be subjected to arrest for not following police orders. It basically means the area is under temporary martial law. The last times the NYPD declared a Frozen Zone was on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and during the beginning of OWS.
This is what a police state looks like.
Wake up, people. All this shit that went down in Boston was obviously a false flag for an excuse to do a trial run of martial law.
Putting an entire city on lockdown, Searching people’s homes without a warrant, shoving guns in their faces if they refused. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev isn’t being read his miranda rights. Cispa passing through house. I am so infuriated and you should be too.
So apparently shit is hitting the fan in Brooklyn
this is worth raising some awareness over I think
Rock Ed Radio: Paano ba gumimik ang mga kabataan nung martial law?
40 years after Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law in the Philippines, many of us don’t remember much about it or know only (what we think) are myths about that iron-fist season. So let’s learn about Proclamation 1081 from another angle.
“Paano ba gumimik ang mga kabataan nung martial law?”
Let’s listen to Atty. Chel Diokno, son of the late great Sen. Jose “Pepe” Diokno; Bernie Aquino, volunteer researcher of Bantayog ng mga Bayani; Joey Faustino, whose older brother disappeared in the 70’s; and Cora Jasminez, researcher for Manila Times.
Hosted by Gang Badoy and Lourd de Veyra, this episode aired on Sept. 21, 2007.