Judge Napolitano: How to Be Fired In Less than Five Minutes

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posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 10:47 AM
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judge n speaks the truth 110% ,he 's got them figured out perfectly , fox news has nothing worth watching now! our goverment is totally corrupt!! wake up america wake up!!!!!!!!!!!!




posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 11:33 AM
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There aren't any peaceful solutions to what wrong with our system, and I'll leave it at that.


You are right. If we want to change the system, they will make us fight for it. peaceful protest gets you nowhere.

I challenge anyone to name any peaceful protest that's ever accomplished anything.....



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 11:35 AM
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I have been telling this to people for years!

TWO PARTIES ONE AGENDA!

Wake up America it is not just past half-time the game is just about over!

WAKE UP!



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 11:40 AM
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And by "pitch forks" you mean semi-automatic weapons and all the class IIIs you can get your hands on, right?




posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 11:41 AM
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Why is Fox trying to mess with my head by having Judge Napolitano actually speak the truth?

Seriously, they spend 90% of the time on propaganda and FUD, and then let this guy show a peak behind the curtain of the Great and Powerful Oz?

It's either a mistake or some cynical salt in the wound.

.... way to break the paradigm.... and just when I thought we could count on Fox News to never speak the truth -- sheesh!


>> MY next thought is that they are ready to make the planet infertile and Napolitano is ready to take the last train to the bunker. I'm really having a hard time getting my head around THIS CLIP coming from Fox News -- we know it's Fox because they drench everything in Red White and Blue like the Colbert Report did in jest.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 11:50 AM
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Originally posted by Darkmask
reply to post by Urantia1111
 



There aren't any peaceful solutions to what wrong with our system, and I'll leave it at that.


You are right. If we want to change the system, they will make us fight for it. peaceful protest gets you nowhere.

I challenge anyone to name any peaceful protest that's ever accomplished anything.....



I could come up with actually quite a few,... but I won't bother. The thing is, while I'd LIKE peaceful protests to work -- they don't work if the Media can manipulate the story. If the man on hunger strike, cannot speak to the world -- it's only one man dying. Here's an article where a Chinese cop is beating on a Tibetan monk who is ALREADY ON FIRE! LINK
... while their are probably lot's of people who would be compassionate towards the monk -- it certainly means nothing to the oppressors.

I've thought for a long time that the reason Gandhi was successful was that a billion Indians were ready to tear the British apart. MLK was successful because the Black Panthers and Nation of Islam were ready to become violent.

Maybe the fence sitters and the comfortably ignorant, only embrace positive change when they are running from the pitch forks.


>> Wall Street has proven that they have total contempt for the plight of others. Their only integrity is based upon how long a leash they are given. When we get control of the Commons again -- I think we need to have a trial for all those who abused power. It's not like we should say "bygones" and let them scheme their way back into power again.

Before the crash in November of 2008, Wall Street and Banks lobbied for "Bankruptcy Reform" which made it harder for individuals, but less painful for the wealthy to go bankrupt. They KNEW what was going to happen.

Our government is full of enablers of this abuse, because ONLY the corrupt and compromised can get large sums of corporate cash. Until we fix how people are elected -- we cannot get a working justice system or leadership to defend the public from abuse. No political party is going to change that. No peaceful protest is going to change that.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 12:05 PM
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Originally posted by Battleline
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"What if it has always been this way", the judge was just trying to tell people what most people already know and FOX just thought it was to much info.

It was so easy, all they had to do was offer false security and intitelments in exchange for freedom then lazyness, greed and a man made recession did the rest. Our own republic dictates the majority will rule.With the majority on handouts or soon to be, the game is over.



How can you kind of see what is going on but get the culprit exactly wrong?

MORE money is going into fewer hands. Whenever money goes to the "masses" it gets spent on things -- it goes right back into our economy.

If poor people were running the system into the ground -- there would be MORE money in their hands -- and that is not the case. Money follows power -- so follow the money. Whoever has it, is profiting from the problem.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 12:07 PM
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I don't want to go too far off-topic here but am I the only one that gets tired of hearing this guy say the words, "WHAT IF"?

Please, make a statement for once Napolitano.

I agree with what he is driving at, but it really begins to hurt my head and ears to hear so many rapid fire WHAT IFs.

Let's work on declarative statements today, eh? Seriously, am I the only one that feels this way?

Cheers,
Cody



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 12:14 PM
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I see why he got fired. He tried to point out the obvious to the disillusioned masses; our two-party system is broken and has evolved into what I like to call "The Republicrat Party".



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 12:44 PM
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This probably had more to do with Freedom Watch being canceled. Mention Israeli false flag operations and you're canned.




posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 01:09 PM
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Originally posted by abeverage
I have been telling this to people for years!

TWO PARTIES ONE AGENDA!

Wake up America it is not just past half-time the game is just about over!

WAKE UP!


Sadly I think it is game over.

At this point they ,(the people who really run this world,)are at the point where they can air stuff like this, shove it right in our faces and there isn't a damned thing anyone is gonna do about it that is gonna make a difference. It doesn't matter if Ron Paul got elected POTUS, which he isn't, itt wouldn't matter anyway. If he tried to make any REAL change, well you know how that ends.

It doesn't matter who POTUS is, they have no real say, no real power, they may think they do up until the time they are debriefed after being sworn in, and probably scared $***less, so much so they become completely different people with completely different agendas after being elected.

POTUS' job was just to be a face that could BS the people into believing things. That isn't even thier job anymore. Cause it doesn't matter anymore. The 1% has conquered the 99%. Because the majority of the 99% do not care, and don't want to rock the boat. Also many of the 99% are controlled by or working directly for the 1% enforcing thier laws.

You think anyone on FOX news has the ability to go off on a rant like the judge did here if FOX didn't let him? There's a reason they allowed this speech, probably even wrote it. What do you do after the game is over and you've won? You rub it in the losers face, that's exactly what is going on right now. Just as important isthat they also still like to give the impression that people can still think for themselves, and change is a possibility, and speeches like this are still possible. Dangle the carrot.

There will be no revolution unfortunately. Best thing one could do is get off the grid, and live somewhere remote with thier family, and enjoy what time they have left on this once beautiful planet. Unfortunately I cannot do that. But if I was in a position to, like I'm sure many people are, I would, in an instant.

The game is over, they've won, and there's no next season.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 01:29 PM
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So very true my internet acquaintance, they managed to pass a bill that allows them to lock you up forever without trial or definite charge. I would say that's about as game over as it gets...



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 01:34 PM
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I prefer a candidate who isn't a closet racist like Ron Paul is.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 02:06 PM
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As opposed to outright racist candidates like Barack Hussein Obama, who for 10 years, sat in the pews of an anti-white racist church, and who's justice department refuses to prosecute cases where Black Panthers intimidate white voters?



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 02:08 PM
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Barak Obama wasn't even in the closet, the media just did everything to brush it away...i agree.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 02:44 PM
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This guy was really on to something until he turned it into a Ron Paul endorsement. Why not just ask all those questions and let the audience sit with that? Seems like the message was, "government is corrupt and the two party system is a sham! Fix it by voting for a THIRD guy and changing absolutely nothing else!"



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 03:07 PM
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This is EXACTLY what they want you to believe. To give up all hope, freedom and just "go with it". Lies and deceive are pretty powerful weapons, and more and more people are starting to see through that..

They want you to believe that you don't have any power.. well, masses have the power. Everything else is an illusion. And more and more (even conservative) people are getting angry when they see how they're F*d in the A.

My philosophy: It's better go down fighting than suffering slavery. You can't cage the human potential, and that's EXACTLY what they're trying to do.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 04:14 PM
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Originally posted by Sintabon3
I prefer a candidate who isn't a closet racist like Ron Paul is.
“Those who address race the most, are usually the most racist”
-Propulsion



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 05:27 PM
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Originally posted by aLLeKs
You people in the USA dont have a democracy.

Right. It's supposed to be a Republic, not a Democracy. ...and I'm not even sure if it could still be considered a Republic. The 17th amendment, and other things, have long since chiseled away at the Republic framework, changing it towards a popular democracy. All hail the Mob, may it rule forever.


Seriously, are the most Americans that lazy?

Yes.


Not to read and inform themselves about the candidates?

Well, we have this thing called the Public Education System, which, despite its name, seems to be a mechanism for ensuring that kids can reach legal adulthood without knowing how to read or do basic arithmetic(much less actual math). It also instills a distaste for "education" by basically making the whole 'school' experience a negative one in most regards, while at the same time enforcing a mandatory attendance policy until a certain age, thereby implying that education is something that can be "completed."
Possibly the last two things are done in self-defense; if people actually liked learning and went on to purposefully educate themselves after leaving the public school systems, it wouldn't take long for them to realize what a joke the system is as a whole.

So to answer your question: no, most people do not "read and inform themselves," because it smacks of studying, which they learned to hate, thanks to Public Education.


A two party system is simply no democracy, you can only chose who will be the new warlord.

Once again I say it is not supposed to be a democracy. It's supposed to be a Republic. However, I see your point about "choosing the new warlord," but it seems to me that no matter how many "parties" a system has, a voter will always be choosing between different "warlords." You don't rise to the top of a party hierarchy by being a mild-mannered milquetoast. You get there by kicking everyone else's ass before they kick yours.


Also you have to get rid of the lobby! You should strictly seperate politics and companies interests.

This is a very interesting and good-sounding idea, but please explain to me how it is possible in execution? Maybe I'm slow, or I'm missing something, but I don't see how money and politics can be separated in practice.


If there would not be written "this candidate is a republican/democrat" 70% would not know who they should vote for. The candidates are all the same only the party "sounds" different. There are some people who would simply vote republican no matter if the candidate would have democratic an liberal views as long as he is from the republican party. I do not understand this

I totally agree with this and it annoys me no end. There have been attempts in the past to remove the (R) and (D) tags from the names on some ballots, in the hopes that people would either attempt to educate themselves before voting or, at the very least, abstain from putting marks down for names they didn't recognize. So far none of the attempts have been successful, the parties have shouted them down every time.


I hope my English was understandable... It is 4 o'clock in the morning here in Germany and I really have problems at this time to get my sentences straight

Your written English is excellent. I wish I could say the same for many of my fellow Americans.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 05:44 PM
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Originally posted by VitriolAndAngst

Originally posted by Battleline
reply to post by Hessling
 
"What if it has always been this way", the judge was just trying to tell people what most people already know and FOX just thought it was to much info.

It was so easy, all they had to do was offer false security and intitelments in exchange for freedom then lazyness, greed and a man made recession did the rest. Our own republic dictates the majority will rule.With the majority on handouts or soon to be, the game is over.



How can you kind of see what is going on but get the culprit exactly wrong?

MORE money is going into fewer hands. Whenever money goes to the "masses" it gets spent on things -- it goes right back into our economy.

If poor people were running the system into the ground -- there would be MORE money in their hands -- and that is not the case. Money follows power -- so follow the money. Whoever has it, is profiting from the problem.
Poor people are not running anything they are being used for vote's with handouts and intitelments.

When you have almost 50% on handouts and intitelments and none of them pay any tax's except on what they buy then you have a problem.

Why do you think SS is going broke besides the government stealing evey dime, because there are almost less people paying in then the people drawing out. When you have less people working and paying tax then the people who work and pay tax then you have a country like Greece.

The only one's benefiting are the progressive socialist who are doing a bang up job of bringing the U.S.into a third world status.The only "profit" is power, not money.





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