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Where is the Beer Summit for the Good People of Pittsburgh Mr. President?

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posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 09:36 PM
Well, how do you like that! The President of the United States immediately comes out outraged and speaks out about excessive use of police force when one of his friends a Harvard Professor is arrested for being belligerent to Law Enforcement officers after they respond with due diligence and concern to a call that someone (him) is breaking into his house.

Yet the President is stone cold silent when it comes to documented case after documented case of Police Brutality in Pittsburgh all of which is directly related to him choosing to host the G-20 Summit Meeting there.

When one man a friend of the President is subject to questionable Police procedures he and the Main Stream Media talk about daily, invite all parties to the White House and make it a cause to reflect and inspect the American condition.

When thousands of innocent men, women and children are terrorized without provocation by the Police though on the streets and in their homes and on their college campuses in Pittsburgh it’s the sound of silence?

Way to go Mr. President you are your Harvard Professor’s hero, but the nations ZERO.

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 09:41 PM
I truly believe this question needs to be asked. How can a President of the United States take such liberty and time at the tax payer’s expense to turn the questionable conduct of Police in relation to a belligerent and arrogant Professor that just happens to be the President’s friend, and spend time and money splashing it across the headlines, and then do absolutely nothing about blatant and unquestionable widespread Police Brutality in Pittsburgh?

The double standard is so glaring as to be insulting. Where will the arrogant abuses of power and privilege end in Washington. Who now champions the American people, the average person in the street anymore? Certainly not the Congress, certainly not the Media, and certainly not the President, is this all the regard the Government has for the common man? Let them work and pay their taxes and if they don’t like anything too bad?

It truly is time for America to have a change, a real change, one for the better, not for the worse.

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 09:52 PM
Indeed... The president is too busy trying to lobby the Olympics for his home state...for some biased reason....

It is a great question... a beer summit for his friend and NOTHIN for the people of the G-20....

Course it could be argued that one was a mans house and the other was a protest...however the latter was much more violent and brutal than the former.

If anything I do not see him doing anything to upset the power brokers...

He is not our president. He's theirs.

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 09:56 PM
reply to post by titorite

So true my friend he is the Banksters man. Yet it's important for people to see that it wasn't for some noble reason to make America some better safer place he held the beer summit, it was to promote his own friend and himself, once again at the expense of the tax payer and the truth.

The truth is this case far out does the former one. Yet if it doesn't help the President personally, one of his radical long time friends and mentors, or the Banksters he truly could care less.

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:22 PM
President, apologize for that?

Come on, you know it was done in our best interests.

We NEEDED those jackbooted thugs to protect us from um, to protect us from, er........

Well, dammit, I know there was someone we needed to be protected from and he did it. We should be thanking him and buying him beer.

Now go watch American Idol and STFU!!!*

*For those that don't get it, this post was done entirely in sarcasm mode.

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:25 PM
Hear, hear!
(Stomps feet and pounds cue-stick to the ground and all that jazz)

This guy is too busy on Letterman and in my son's classroom (after the superintendant told me personally that the thing wouldn't be aired in our school district) to even think about the average bloke on the streets protesting what they believe is right to give ONE DAMN about his duty to the people he FEINS empathy for by appealing to the sympathies of a nation as it regards to his PERSONAL BUDDY.

Obama, come have a beer with me, you bastard.
He wouldn't dare. I get *this way* when I've had a few. And lately, I find myself having a few more and more.

Where was his change and leadership at the G20?
From where I sit it was an outrageous abuse of power. Anyone else?

"I'll take my freedom, my guns, my money and my religion. You can have your "Change"" Hank Williams Jr.

[edit on 28-9-2009 by JayinAR]

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:26 PM
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler

Thanks Proto, I had not heard about this, but it is SOP(Standard Operating Procedure).

We have abuses coming out left, and right regarding what took place in Pittsburgh, but it is only being covered in the soon outlawed blogosphere. Like here on ATS is the real documentation of undercover cops at the G20; no one is going to hear that on the MSM. NO ONE!

Yet, the blogosphere is the voice of the People as of yet, the PTB have been able to keep it in check. It is the untamed mustang out on the run. As of yet, there are no free speech zones in cyber space, and no software programs installed on the personal computer to erase dissent as fast as You can type it........... Don't worry be happy; 'cause it be on da' way.

Now, in my humbled opinion the current story regarding this professor shows the absolute collusion of left/right paradigms. What it does exactly is usurps the G20 police brutality/totalitarianism, and replaces it with a story of police brutality perpetrated against someone that most People would cheer!!! "Taze the ole' bastard some more!!!!!!!!"

The blogosphere is mainly People doing it out of their own since of personal responsibility in defending their Rights, and big business cannot let that happen. So they hijack stories through subversive, and covet means as outlined so eloquently by President Kennedy.

Now, because of this story, at least what the plan is that People will associate all current events of po-lice brutality with a Harvard Professor who probably started the hole concept of Penthouse's erotic stories of how young ripe college women scored an A+.

People will cheer this story; rather than the outrage that should be had from the real story.

This is classic SOP

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:30 PM

Tell me, is there a city any better prepared for a Beer Summit than Pittsburgh?

Inquiring minds want to know!

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:33 PM
reply to post by TheLoony

It is hard to argue with the friend! Why those 300 protestors would have no doubt done more damage to the good city of Pittsburgh than the Greeks did at Troy!

Sadly it's no laughing matter when the Constitution is trampled on and good people terrorized right before our very eyes by the very people who are supposed to protect us. That WE pay to protect us.

Where is our President's outrage? I want to know!

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:37 PM
reply to post by JayinAR

It's almost as if we have given the most irresponsible and thoughtless clod in the world a blank check book, a no limit credit card and the trigger to our nuclear arsenal too!

What were the voters thinking when they ellected a man with no succesful track record of anything except living off of grants and the tax payers by seeking public offices where he did nothing but run for a higher office once there.

Stupid is as stupid does.

We sure have stuck our selves with a fine mess yet again.

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:40 PM
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler

Is there any doubt?
The man is completely complicit with all of the ongoings.
All of the usurptions.
All of the treason.
Whether it be through negligence or derelict, he should be charged and thrown out of office.

This isn't the change people had in mind!

[edit on 28-9-2009 by JayinAR]

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:44 PM
Wasn't it the media who was promoting Obama as a Constitutional Scholar?

How do you expect to have a beer with a guy who is busy passing out Kool Aid?

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:45 PM
reply to post by JayinAR

Honestly Jay I do believe with the events being what they were in Pittsburgh and him complicit in it, we have him now clearly on High Crimes and Misdomeanors.

His behavior is clearly criminal and not in the interest of the people.

He should be impeached with all due haste.

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:51 PM
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler

I think it goes far beyond that.
Although you still make a point.
This man is a masterful orator.

This man is a hypnotist.
Why is Jesse Jackson peeved enough to want to "nail his nuts to a wall?"
Because Jesse Jackson has tried to be this man.
Yet he has lacked on element. The ability to seduce a nation.

Let me make this clear, this isn't the friendly type of seduction where everyone gets a nut.
This is the dangerous type of seduction where nobody actually knows what this man wants.

Not to downplay the signifigance of the treachery here, the OP went to pretty good length to outline it, if the brainwashed are willing to read into it far enough, although I doubt they are.

This man is running a police state and this is evident in what happened during the Pittsburg G20. His hypocrisy is blatant.
The Media play is obivously hypocritical.

How in the WORLD can you play up the non-event of a policeman arresting someone climbing through a front window and downplaying the subjugation of protestors ON AMERICAN SOIL through usage of militarized weaponry?!

Furthermore, since when is the president the mediator of all things "important" in the country?
The only tie I see this guy is when he is pitching something for the Democratic party, which actually holds a majority in both houses!
He doesn't even need to be out there.

Why is he?
Because he is a master manipulator.
People had better wake the f# up and REAL QUICK.

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:56 PM
reply to post by JayinAR

The problem with this whole thing is Obama is simply the company's MPIC(Main Puppet In Charge). What he's done, and even the college professor story would be the skapegoat in order to hide, or an attempt to hide what happened at the G20.

It's subversion of the truth. Millions, and lots more spent on building up a line of outrage of police brutality geared at one professor, and the whole while trying to cover up the very real occurrences at the I wrong?

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:06 PM
reply to post by sanchoearlyjones

You are absolutely correct.
It is the subversion of the truth.
And at the same time, the usurpation of the Democratic process.
Of course thsi has been ongoing for quite some time. Decades in fact.

But it is open now. It is apparent.
Each and every administration that follows this path carries the burden of those before it until it is corrected.

Obama, like others before him, are arguing for change. What he is delivering is a turd. He isn't changing a damned thing and his "priveledge" is actually compounding matters because, being the first "duely elected" black president, he is alllowing for the race-card to be played if anyone dares question his status.

What are you to do? Can you do anything without being labeled a rightwing-extremist-domestic-terrorist?

It is the perfrect s#itstorm and people are too shell-chocked to even suspect a darned thing. Yet as the OP brilliantly outlined, it is being played to a hypocritical advantage.

I notice that his buddy, who was wronged, was a black man also.

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:17 PM
I bet the "demonstrators" who were causing all the trouble in Pittsburgh were agent provocateurs for the following reasons:

1) The city had to justify spending a ****load of money on law enforcement expecting trouble, and guess what, nobody showed up to cause trouble. Nobody really gives a damn about these leaders and their vapid meetings, since it all amounts to patting each other on the back - for doing all the wrong things, of course.

2) The "fake troublemakers" also gave the police an excuse to allegedly intimidate and assault the peaceful people who were on the streets. The video of the guy being whisked away in the unmarked vehicle looked like a bad scene out of Starsky & Hutch. Before trying to pull another stunt like that, maybe these guys should get some acting lessons.

If Obama does not have the guts to address issues of alleged violations of civil rights in his own backyard, he sure as hell does not have the guts to lead a nation. Just the fact that they need to hide behind riot police magnifies their fear.

[edit on 28-9-2009 by SphinxMontreal]

posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:30 PM
Thanks for this thread, proto.
I think this sort of thing is good ever once in a while.
Where is MY BEER, Obama?

Afterall, I actually sat here and monitored the negligence of your crew for two days, off and on.

Aside from that, I'll be back tomorrow to catch up on what I HOPE will be a blockbuster thread by tomorrow.

I would expect nothing less.

posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 12:06 AM
reply to post by JayinAR

Er, Socialistic Fascism brings, and gives out free beer??? Hey now, Sounds good, forget the G20,"Remember the professor!!!"

posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 12:11 AM
Let them eat cake.

He giveth not the ass of a rat.

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