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Cop talks about 9/11 and FEMAs Red/Blue and Pink Dots

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posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 08:19 AM
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why use dots, cant you Americans read or write the papper boy has a list off people who and how many pappers get deliverd to each address dududu




posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 08:51 AM
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Is this video for real or what?
No voice-over or anything..??

If any of you ppl here was at the meating should speak here....
This dosnt seams good,...



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 09:13 AM
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people,this is one of a few topics ive seen today that really make me wonder about this site.im sure conspiracy abounds in this country but i mean really?if your thay bored having today off then go bake a cake,buy a silly hat and celibrate martin luther kings birthday but please i beg of you stop getting all in a lather over this absolute silliness.PLZ PLZ



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 09:25 AM
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This McLamb still works in the police after such an speach?
I'm just wondering, quite some fearmongring stuff, this could create panic by it self if it is untrue.




posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 10:34 AM
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Originally posted by SkullShoals

Originally posted by Perseus Apex
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I thought he was once a Sheriff of which is electable in most cases though will have review his employment history to verify if he was actually elected or not. Minor point anyhow.


No, actually it is a major point. That is what is wrong with a majority of the people who post around here - they "assume" or just make up all the preliminary facts that would give any credit at all to any of this other ridiculous crap.

You might have "THOUGHT" he was once a sheriff - an elected official - but actually he was just a simple patrol cop (not even a captain) who has been retired since the 80's. He has been coming up with new conspiracies and finding ways to profit from them since then. He is a joke. This is all a joke.

where is musselwhite? can we get her in here? she is the best/worst at this whole pesky "facts" business.



[edit on 19-1-2009 by SkullShoals]


That is the thing. The profit. Conspiracy sites have become hugely profitable in the past decade. How much do you think Alex Jones makes from his millions of hits per day? Or David Icke? Let's put it this way: David Icke gives his videos away for free now. That is how much he makes from his site. How much does ATS make every time there is a thread filled with people going "OMG THIS IS IT!!1!!one!!1". And yet it never "IS IT". There's always something that prevents it from being "IT". And of course then Alex Jones comes back and says, well that wasn't *really* it. But OMG, this next thing, this is *REALLY IT* people. Hurry and click on my ads and boost my page ranking because the Jones kids need to go to college and its not going to pay for itself.

I think conspiracy had its golden age in the 80's and 90's. Now its all about chasing the almighty dollar through click-throughs, impressions, and the occasional poorly produced video or book.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 11:11 AM
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ya know, if people, houses or sidewalks were being marked for extermination, they might try some more innocuous way, like inks that only show up with goggles and a uv light, or some such other thing.

we are FEMA, we shall exterminate this sidewalk in the name of the greater justice of the NWO. Men! jackhammer at will!



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 11:23 AM
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OK, folks. Let's think about this a moment: THE NEWSPAPER IS BECOMING EXTINCT. So, I believe this theory is outdated. I think we need to simply remember that we SHOULD question everything. I've been wondering why miles of train has been slowly moved into the town beside me. A recycling plant is there, so they must be getting ready to be refurbished?? People scoff at the idea of the 'trains with shackles' theory, & probably the same ones who are laughing at the 'dot' idea. Sure, they may have been originally used for newspapers, but anything can be recycled to be useful for another purpose. This is just one puzzle piece to what the hell is going on right under our noses. I got a new mailbox about 3 years ago & I don't have a dot & have never subscribed to a paper. If I get a mark, I'll most certainly start questioning. NEVER STOP QUESTIOING! We are submerged in a society where we're discovering how corrupt everything truly is. REMAIN VIGILANT & KNOW YOUR SURROUNDINGS!!! *Here's to peace & fresh water!*



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 11:34 AM
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Dots= delivery of newspapers??????
Im sorry, but I didnt know that the newspaper industry had the right to tag anyones property.
Second of all, I didnt know that they couldnt deliver the paper without the use of dots. I dont have dots on my mailbox yet I still get the paper.

Its rubbish.

But hey, maybe I am wrong, maybe they are that stupid.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 12:19 PM
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I am not going to read all of these posts because it is just easier to say one thing: Remove..the..sticker....



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 12:30 PM
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Originally posted by CoffinFeeder
ya know, if people, houses or sidewalks were being marked for extermination, they might try some more innocuous way, like inks that only show up with goggles and a uv light, or some such other thing.

we are FEMA, we shall exterminate this sidewalk in the name of the greater justice of the NWO. Men! jackhammer at will!


Exactly this.

At first I was reminded that there there were instructions under some formal document stating that the Postmaster General would be responsible for collecting and managing a list of all those who were considered "potential insurgents".

Then I quickly realized that a UV symbol in a more permanent ink would be the way to go. Seriously, little stickers? Like they're going to stay put for long


There is plenty to be worried about, plenty that has actual substance and evidence to back it up. This has no evidence, and even less intelligent thought behind it.

No one should be upset that he's in uniform. You should be upset that a Law Enforcement Officer has such little intelligence so as to be unable to work out how ridiculous, implausible and impractical his scenario is.

And the constant references to "God", well that's enough to make me want to file it under "Maniac BS" from the start.

My view... Nothing to see here.

Edit: for speeling

[edit on 19-1-2009 by detachedindividual]



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 12:39 PM
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Well I will ensure that the upper crust of District of Columbia is getting RED Dots... and that explains why Fema put the post office in the mix...



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 12:44 PM
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Why is it so hard for people here to grasp something so simple? Google "red dot in mailbox" you will find a number of reasons why your mailbox might, could be tagged. It could be newspapers or it could be a "leave no junk mail" as they are trying to do in Canada. Heck, I used to work for a water delivery company (the water coolers that you see in offices) and they too used a similar colored dot tagging system, blue meant spring water, orange meant purified water etc. etc.

Do you people honestly believe that if they planned to remove us, that they'd do it through some stupid color dot system? are you seriously THAT delusional? Are you even aware of how ridiculously ineffective this system would be in the first place? Come on guys! I thought this site was about denying ignorance, not spreading it!

Have people here become so lazy they can't even do a quick google search to find out more about these dots? Man how low this site is falling! I'm starting to see this site falling more into sensationalism than information with good substance.

[edit on 19-1-2009 by Question]



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 12:58 PM
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I disagree about this being a code for news delivery also. I worked in news circulation for a major US paper and I have never heard of such a thing.

The delivery drivers had cards which told them who got what, there were no stickers on boxes. I agree with the other poster that this would be defacement of property. And people are enormously picky about little things like this, think of human nature.

Also, common sense dictates that one would not drive the whole route looking for stickers - it would be a huge waste of time. Think about it - would you drive say 10 miles out of your way just to see a dot which informs you "no paper today". No, you wouldn't. That would create wasted time, fuel, and wasted as well as missed papers. So much easier to have route cards to glance at and see there's no need to go to whatever location on a particular day.

I was paid decent money to keep on top of all this route info - and there were hundreds of people just like me doing the same job for their areas. Obviously there was a reason why we were paid to do this instead of the company just putting a bunch of stickers on mail boxes (eg that would be totally inefficient.) And in rural areas with less news subscribers - it would be even more inefficient because one would be driving around looking at mailboxes pointlessly. Much easier to have that info right in front of you *before* you go driving (or walking) all over kingdom come.

Whatever these dots are - I really don't think they pertain to news delivery.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 01:02 PM
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it might not be true but i would not go out and call this man a maniac. he's right about one thing, we either gonna win or loose. now you can stick your head in the sand and pretend that everything is gonna be alright but id be stocking up on guns and ammo just in case obama decides to take that away from us. they'll have to personally come and get it though. and get a bullet in the head for tresspassing. times are gonna get tough weather u like it or not. and its a good way to just label everything jibberish and conspiracy theory and go on living about your life. but you gotta be stupid to deny bad # is gonna go down within 1 or 2 yrs. 800 billion bailout? another 825 billion bailout? you really think the dollar is gonna last long?



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 01:08 PM
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Red dot = Little American flags
Blue dots = abortions

...and Kodos or Kang will be elected because nobody throws their vote away and votes third party...

Seriously, we live in a technologically advanced world. Why in the name of God would they use yard sale price stickers to mark us all for extermination or brainwashing when they have far more advanced and less easy to detect ways to reach the same goal?



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 01:46 PM
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It is a sworn police officer - all the proof I need.

I catch anyone on my property sticking a colored dot of any kind on my mailbox, well......you know



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 01:53 PM
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Great, life and death hanging in the balance of whether some whacko foreign GI can decipher pink from red.

For cripes sake why don't they really confuse themselves, and use different shades of grey to determine who gets life and death.

As for this video...

For 1, this guy is definitely a hardcore republican, he want's nothing good to come from activists, you can tell by the way he talks. Jesus this, Praise god that...buy guns, ect ect.

Plus the video blinks like mad, yea, thanks alot for the 80 frames of subliminals Sheriff nutcase,disinfo Sir!

I wouldn't trust this guy to collect my mail if I took a 3 day vacation.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 01:54 PM
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Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
I disagree about this being a code for news delivery also. I worked in news circulation for a major US paper and I have never heard of such a thing.

The delivery drivers had cards which told them who got what, there were no stickers on boxes. I agree with the other poster that this would be defacement of property. And people are enormously picky about little things like this, think of human nature.

Also, common sense dictates that one would not drive the whole route looking for stickers - it would be a huge waste of time. Think about it - would you drive say 10 miles out of your way just to see a dot which informs you "no paper today". No, you wouldn't. That would create wasted time, fuel, and wasted as well as missed papers. So much easier to have route cards to glance at and see there's no need to go to whatever location on a particular day.

I was paid decent money to keep on top of all this route info - and there were hundreds of people just like me doing the same job for their areas. Obviously there was a reason why we were paid to do this instead of the company just putting a bunch of stickers on mail boxes (eg that would be totally inefficient.) And in rural areas with less news subscribers - it would be even more inefficient because one would be driving around looking at mailboxes pointlessly. Much easier to have that info right in front of you *before* you go driving (or walking) all over kingdom come.

Whatever these dots are - I really don't think they pertain to news delivery.




Chances are because not EVERY news papre distributor would have it. To make a point. When we first moved into our apartment. We saw our door with like 3 red dots AND we were actually getting newspapers as well every sunday. We never signed up for delivery. At first we didn't take much stock into either. We thought they must've been the neighbors newspaper. But lo and behold, when my wife decided to get rid of the red dots on our door, the news papers stopped coming in.

Sorry, but all evidence seems to point to that conclusion. You may not like it, it may not fit with your own personal beliefs. But all evidence seems to point out to it being nothing more than markers for news papers. Again, do a google search. I also mentioned my other 2 examples which are that, when I was working for a water delivery service, we used a color dot system as well, and also, apparently in some communities, they use orange dots to identify people who donated money to the fire department.

Using a color dot system to ID people who will die and who will live is a ridiculous system and defies any logic or common sense. Don't ignore facts just because they don't fit the conspiracy. Deny ignorance for christ's sake.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 04:06 PM
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Originally posted by TheRandom1
Well, I think I'll put a pink sticker on my mailbox.

Better to be safe than sorry.

-Lahara


I'm going to go out and get a nice purple sticker.

Can you imagine the death squads coming down my street and either capturing or killing everyone until they get to my mailbox and they all just stand their staring trying to figure out what to do?

He Ralph do you know what purple means?
I think that means he gets extra pepperoni on his pizza?

So they just stand out next to my mailbox for hours scratching their heads

That would be funny as hell !!! Tricking those dumb death squads is always a blast !!!

If you really wanna screw with them, turn your mailbox around entirely. Let em figure that one out !!!



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 04:13 PM
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Originally posted by Common Good
Dots= delivery of newspapers??????
Im sorry, but I didnt know that the newspaper industry had the right to tag anyones property.
Second of all, I didnt know that they couldnt deliver the paper without the use of dots. I dont have dots on my mailbox yet I still get the paper.

Its rubbish.

But hey, maybe I am wrong, maybe they are that stupid.


I'm sure not all newspaper companies do this but many do.

Nobody is using stickers as death markers. If they wanted to mark you for death, all they'd need to do is write down your address or set a GPS marker for your house.

I mean if this is really how they figure out who dies, all you need to do is pull your sticker off and your safe. Doesn't that sound pretty stupid to you?



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