NJ City Considers Martial Law - Exclusive Interview

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posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 06:46 AM
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There is a breaking news story today that Paterson, NJ, is considering martial law by implementing an adult curfew at night in an attempt to curb violence. We went to Paterson,...


"There is no logic in it" Quoted by one citizen...

From 12PM-7AM? Total lockdown?

If this is implimented and enforced, I believe the revolution would be soon to follow...could be that is what is wanted.
Force the unrest to execute...sneak out the backdoor to Paraguay?
Oh...wrong cartel
This has major implications.
The police can not protect.
Private defense is key....Gun ownership=crime prevention.
The City mayor is out of control
add more here....




posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 06:57 AM
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New Jersey should have been paved over long ago.

I like how people who arent paying attention to the other "laws" like those against shootings, murder, assault, etc... will suddenly abide by a curfew.

Say all of the "law abiding" abide by the curfew. All that means is the crimes continue on with fewer witnesses. Or, fewer victims depending on how you look at it. But then you're just admitting defeat and setting aside a time of day and essentially saying it's okay to be a raving lunatic between the hours of X and Y.



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 01:17 PM
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Friends of mine have literally been forced to leave there homes on the shore, looting is extroadinary and rampant, gangs are stealing arcade games then pillaging through homes. Martial law was the only answer in order to protect the area, pretty sure its not having a significant impact on crime.



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 01:29 PM
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The Jersey City overnight curfew, ordered to help the city recover from Hurricane Sandy, is still in effect, city officials confirmed today. Jersey City Curfew


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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 01:32 PM
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Read the article you posted but the video I could not watch might want to check the link.



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 01:42 PM
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I feel so very sorry for the law-abiding decent folks in New Jersey and New York who are completely defenseless from gangs, thugs, and looters, there. You see, NJ and NY are states where ONLY the criminals have firearms and the good folks cannot stand their ground at all. There are so many gangs and hardcore thugs in so many areas of NY and NJ that I feel SO BADLY for the good folks there.

You guys up there need to DEMAND your 2nd Amendment RIGHTS BACK ASAP!! For the sake of you and your family from those DEGENERATE thugs and gangs that are everywhere up there!!



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 01:45 PM
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Originally posted by YourWIFI
I feel so very sorry for the law-abiding decent folks in New Jersey and New York who are completely defenseless from gangs, thugs, and looters, there. You see, NJ and NY are states where ONLY the criminals have firearms and the good folks cannot stand their ground at all. There are so many gangs and hardcore thugs in so many areas of NY and NJ that I feel SO BADLY for the good folks there.

You guys up there need to DEMAND your 2nd Amendment RIGHTS BACK ASAP!! For the sake of you and your family from those DEGENERATE thugs and gangs that are everywhere up there!!


You are allowed to own "long guns"(rifles, shotguns that exceed a certain length) and handguns, though if I remember right, there's a more stringent process for those. It's only a couple of cities and municipalities that have outright banned firearms within their limits. Owning a firearm for home defense is not impossible in New Jersey.



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 02:10 PM
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Originally posted by eNumbra

Originally posted by YourWIFI
I feel so very sorry for the law-abiding decent folks in New Jersey and New York who are completely defenseless from gangs, thugs, and looters, there. You see, NJ and NY are states where ONLY the criminals have firearms and the good folks cannot stand their ground at all. There are so many gangs and hardcore thugs in so many areas of NY and NJ that I feel SO BADLY for the good folks there.

You guys up there need to DEMAND your 2nd Amendment RIGHTS BACK ASAP!! For the sake of you and your family from those DEGENERATE thugs and gangs that are everywhere up there!!


You are allowed to own "long guns"(rifles, shotguns that exceed a certain length) and handguns, though if I remember right, there's a more stringent process for those. It's only a couple of cities and municipalities that have outright banned firearms within their limits. Owning a firearm for home defense is not impossible in New Jersey.


Firearms are simply WAY over-regulated up there to the point that most people refuse to go through the process of owning a firearm due to the ridiculously huge hassle. Way too many limitations to what you may own, and the anti-gun attitude from authorities up there make gun-owners out to look like a danger to society just for wanting to be able to DEFEND themselves from thugs and gangs.

When I used to live in upstate NY, I recall that even traffic-tickets where something to be an obstacle to being able to get a handgun during the LENGTHY review period!! In addition to that, using a firearm up there to defend yourself will have you worried to death over being locked up for life or sued over the whole situation as the laws up there are ridiculously in favor of bad guys. In NY and NJ, the laws are to protect criminals and not law-abiding citizens. One of the FEW GRIPES that I have about the Northeast. They have GOT to change that up there.

And its those cities and municipalities which have outright banned firearms within their limits, which are areas where good and decent folks are most in need of defending themselves. NO PLACE in America should our 2nd Amendment NOT APPLY to law-abiding citizens!!! That is unacceptable!!

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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 02:51 PM
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Except that it's not as hard in NJ to own a gun as you're making it seem, NY maybe, and if that's the place and the laws you know, then by all means speak for them.

Otherwise you're just another huckster using a disaster for an agenda.

For the record, I'm in agreement on the second amendment.
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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 03:09 PM
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Busloads of people were being escorted out, with several residents interviewed saying police and fire officials knocked on their doors, telling them they had five minutes to pack a bag before they had to leave! Where are they taking these people and why only five minutes to pack.
www.nj.com...



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 06:55 PM
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Originally posted by BrieBird
Where are they taking these people and why only five minutes to pack.
www.nj.com...



Mary Jo Etheridge, 76, a Seaside Heights resident, said she was given about five minutes to pack a bag before she was put on a bus that took her west on Route 37 into Toms River.



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 07:02 PM
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Where does west on 37 to toms river end up?

Don't tell me its a Fema camp....



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 07:09 PM
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This is crazy. If these people have to leave then what happens to their animals? Do they get to take them? I don't know about you but when someone comes knocking on my door my cat scrambles under the bed and it takes forever to get him out!



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 07:15 PM
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Originally posted by texasgirl
This is crazy. If these people have to leave then what happens to their animals? Do they get to take them? I don't know about you but when someone comes knocking on my door my cat scrambles under the bed and it takes forever to get him out!


If they are doing what they usually do with a post hurricane evac, animals are NOT allowed to accompany the owner in an evac. More than likely the folks are being forced to leave everything plus the animals behind. I saw nothing about any volunteer orgs going in to rescue the animals or hold them until other arrangements are made yet either. If they are allowed in the area, they will.
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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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Originally posted by Advantage

Originally posted by texasgirl
This is crazy. If these people have to leave then what happens to their animals? Do they get to take them? I don't know about you but when someone comes knocking on my door my cat scrambles under the bed and it takes forever to get him out!


If they are doing what they usually do with a post hurricane evac, animals are NOT allowed to accompany the owner in an evac. More than likely the folks are being forced to leave everything plus the animals behind. I saw nothing about any volunteer orgs going in to rescue the animals or hold them until other arrangements are made yet either. If they are allowed in the area, they will.
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I know this is an emotional response but if this happened to me then they can just shoot me. My cat saved my life once and I will NOT leave him behind.
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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 07:26 PM
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Originally posted by magma
Where does west on 37 to toms river end up?

Don't tell me its a Fema camp....


So what do people expect to happen? Should these people be left there to walk around their destroyed homes like zombies? Should they be given tents and told to hold on tight when the next storm comes through? Should the state be making nightly deliveries of Dominos to these people as they sit there forever looking out to sea with the rubble around them?

If the state does nothing, they are to blame. If the state doesn't do enough, they are to blame. If the state wants to move them for their own safety (which happens all around the world in disaster and war zones from Africa to Europe) they're being "evil"


I wish people here would grow up. FEMA is not going to be putting people in gas chambers. If you think that you truly are delusional.

These people need assistance, they need a roof over their head, and they need security. FEMA is tasked with doing that, and that is what they are doing.

Tell me, oh wise ones, what would YOU do?
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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 07:26 PM
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Originally posted by texasgirl

Originally posted by Advantage

Originally posted by texasgirl
This is crazy. If these people have to leave then what happens to their animals? Do they get to take them? I don't know about you but when someone comes knocking on my door my cat scrambles under the bed and it takes forever to get him out!


If they are doing what they usually do with a post hurricane evac, animals are NOT allowed to accompany the owner in an evac. More than likely the folks are being forced to leave everything plus the animals behind. I saw nothing about any volunteer orgs going in to rescue the animals or hold them until other arrangements are made yet either. If they are allowed in the area, they will.
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I know this is an emotional response but if this happened to me then they can just shoot me. My cat saved my life once and I will NOT be leave him behind.


They might shoot you, but under ML they can and would most likely physically restrain you and drag you from wherever they dont want you to be and put you where they want you. For your own protection, of course.
Hence, the slippery slope of martial law
I wasnt present for Katrina as I had long since moved when it hit, but we all saw the aftermath and what was and was not allowed when being transported to shelters etc in the aftermath.





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