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This is the sense of entitlement of Rich people

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posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 10:25 PM

These people think they are above the law. They do not care about us. It is not the people vs. the Police. The media is trying to make the police and law enforcement the enemy, pitting us vs police on various subjects such as occupy wall street etc. The Rich are the enemy, they want you to take out your anger on the police. We must join forces with the police and see who the true enemy is. It is people like this who have no regard for anyone or their fellow countrymen. The bankers and wall street, zionists, and corporatists took our country and sold it. We must take it back.

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 10:28 PM
Let's not forget about the flash mobs hitting Walmart, liquor stores and anybody else that seems vulnerable.
I don't see too many rich people there.
Is there a sense of entitlement to the flash mob mentality?

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 10:30 PM
reply to post by THE_PROFESSIONAL

I don't think it shows anything about rich people. I think this shows something about dickheads. I have seen plenty of similar happenings with not so rich people too. Louts are louts.

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 10:41 PM
My study of recent police-brutality videos leads me to believe that had this been some poor schmuck in a wheelchair, driving an '88 Chevy Nova, it would have taken 11 cops to beat him down while a couple of others tazed him to within an inch of his life.

Don't tell me the cops aren't afraid and in awe of the rich. Well, no, you can tell me--but you'll never make me believe it....

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 10:42 PM
THE_PROFESSIONAL makes good points.

I was thinking about similar things after seeing that video.

Will the officer fear repercussions, knowing that someone with that guy's money could prob. payroll some kind of revenge? Does this kind of fear/fear of fallout/repercussions prevent countless other officers from ticketing/prosecuting the rich/people in power?

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 10:45 PM
Makes you wonder where he got the money for the car in the first place. It sure isn't for his intelligence. He's lucky this police officers fight or flight response was only hitting the window and then dragging him out of the car.

There is always going to be good and bad cops like there is always good and bad people in general. That said.
Another street on a another day with another cop and this fool could have had a bullet in his chest. He's lucky this officer wasn't that guy.

Not only is his car impounded he now is most likely facing assault on an officer of the law and resisting arrest plus the traffic ticket.

He should have just took the ticket, but the idiot will probably never see it that way.

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 10:46 PM
Although the driver does appear to be a D**khead...does nobody else think the cop had dollars signs in his eyes when he took that half step from the side of the wheel well towards the front of the car, placing his foot by the wheel near the beginning of the video. I don't know too many people, if any that can stop a car with their body, do you?

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 10:53 PM
There was a thread awhile back where a lady at a church drove off in her car while the officer had his hand in her window. The result was he shot at her 6 times and killed her.
There were some that agreed with the cop since she was putting him in danger.

With that in mind, the guy is lucky he did not get 6 bullets pumped into him since he was running over the officer.

This is the thread in question

Brainwashed Cops Shoot Unarmed Woman Motorist To Death For Rolling Up Her Car Window

edit on 5-8-2012 by jacobe001 because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 10:54 PM
most humans are idiots regardless of social class .... its not limited to just the rich...

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 10:56 PM

Originally posted by Expat888
most humans are idiots regardless of social class .... its not limited to just the rich...

Even if that's true, being a rich idiot is better (treated diff.) than just being an idiot, and that's closer to what we are talking about.
edit on 8/5/2012 by AkumaStreak because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 11:08 PM
He shouldve ran over his face in my opinion...

posted on Aug, 5 2012 @ 11:09 PM
reply to post by THE_PROFESSIONAL


I was visiting a friend in Laguna Beach awhile back. We were having dinner and parking is limited so you pay to park in one of the lots. After dinner we walked out and there was a Bugatti Veyron, a beautiful car. The car was parked in the red in front of a fire hydrant. He must have figured he could afford the ticket and didn't really care about anyone's safety. Having said that, I had a friend who was a billionaire (he died recently), you would have never known it. While I have no money or power, we always enjoyed our time together and he was a wonderful businessman. I also know that when he was younger he let it go to his head a bit.

Great wealth, power or fame is tough and most cannot handle it well. My friend knew that I could sell him out and make lots of money for doing it, it surprised him that I could have cared less. Many others would try to befriend him in hopes that some of it would rub off. Recently, it was reported that in New Jersey (I believe it was there) some officers were paid by wealthy sports car drivers to allow them to race the freeways with a police escort. I personally know of someone who paid off the California Highway Patrol to close down a part of a major freeway at night so that he could take his car up to a very high rate of speed. They do things because they can get away with it, they can get away with it because we allow them to, we take their money and let them get special privileges, sometimes it is okay and sometimes it is not.

I want to return to my friend for a minute. My friend and I were having a business lunch at a very nice chain restaurant near his office. He ate there regularly because it was close to his office and he had a running bill (I didn't know this at the time, he was sneaky and I would always try and catch the bill because I liked paying for a billionaires lunch, his response was to always want to eat at this particular restaurant where a bill would never show up so I responded by giving outrageous tips and I mean $30 tip on a $10 sandwich). Anyways, we went to the restaurant and they brought us a menu, he told me just to tell them what I wanted and they would go out and get it even if it wasn't on the menu. Anything. The fact that he paid for the privilege of having whatever he wanted cooked for him was not an abuse of his money or influence. When politicians wanted to meet him, he refused to even talk to them, he knew what they wanted, they wanted contributions in exchange for contracts and he wouldn't do it.

I can no more lump all rich people together than I can any other group. I have known a few very wealthy individuals, two who were the largest employers in their counties. I watched one turn, he became wealthy and it corrupted him and I chose to no longer deal with him, we had been friends and I helped him get there. We all have weaknesses and power allows us to indulge in them, it doesn't corrupt, it merely provides and opportunity to highlight the corruption that is already within us.

posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 11:02 PM
I can emphatically inform you that not all of us elite wealthy are like this.

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