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Why does Boston celebrate Martial Law with chants of ‘USA, USA’?

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posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 06:26 AM
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I have to admit that it was a bit silly to celebrate in the streets that some guy had been captured!

Is it cause for celebration really?

Even if they were just happy to be able to go outside again, its a bit far to go celebrating the fact!




posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 06:35 AM
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apologies if someone already mentioned this;(cant wade thru 16 pages); but the whole boston thing smacks heavily of icke's "problem, reaction, solution scenario."



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 06:40 AM
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I'm not slogging thru 17 pages of this thread.

Concisely, Neo, what you're missing is that most of these people chanting, "USA, USA," are dimwits.

The chanting is not only premature, but childish.

This cr*# isn't over by a long shot. Expect more in the future.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 07:00 AM
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It was one of the most sickening displays I have seen in a very long time.

I have been speechless and unable to respond on the majority of online discussions. I just sit back and observe in literal horror and disgust.

They didn't find the suspect. They merely picked up the phone when a "concerned neighbor" saw someone. They responded.

The military and police did exactly as they did during their vast presence at the Boston Marathon. Absolutely nothing.. except to harass all law-abiding citizens and pose an intimidating "threat force" to the public.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:00 AM
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Consider Boston and the Town of West as Live Drills to test Martial Law on the populace.


Its really no mystery why Court tv and CSI shows are so popular on tv...trying, sentencing, condemning, and executing people in the realm of public Mob Mentality. They merely redirect the frustrations they have built up in you over time and use it to push their agendas.


These entities that possess those in power and like to jump around from container to container in the form of MEMEs, thought forms, and false beliefs are playing for keeps.

You have to be wiser than serpents and gentler than doves to actually not be affected and see the truth.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:06 AM
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To be fair, some Americans chant "USA! USA!" when they successfully boil an egg. It doesn't take much to rouse the good ol' American patriot spirit.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:14 AM
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It's a ridiculous thread anyway. Anyone with half a brain cell can see the crowds were simply happy because a dangerous armed nut-job who'd killed several people had been brought to justice. What do you mean "celebrating marshal law"? I'm sure most were happy to be indoors anyway, I know I would. Not "Oh boo hoo the nasty policeman says I have top take a day off work, boo hoo!"

Get real.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:35 AM
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Originally posted by beezzer

Originally posted by Kali74
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. Do away with TSA, DHS etc and the infringements that have been placed on us increasingly since 9/11. I don't know how many plots such has foiled since inception, but this plot wasn't foiled. The reaction did catch the perps though.


Yet DHS was in charge of this little exercise in taking away liberties.




Everything is back to normal today, we are 'allowed' back outside...


This line scares me more than a 19 year old with a pipe bomb.

It's morning here, just waking up. I'm glad the bastard was caught. But as I stated countless times in this thread already, this sets a precedent.

We haven't seen the end to this.


I put the word allowed in connotation because I was being a smart ass. We were never not allowed outside.

I'm really starting to resent the notion that we acted in fear and cowered in our homes and let ourselves be babied by law enforcement or that we're too stupid to see 'what this really was'. You don't know Boston or the surrounding areas. We chose to cooperate, we wanted this guy caught and we celebrated when he was, it's that simple.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:42 AM
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Originally posted by Kali74
I put the word allowed in connotation because I was being a smart ass. We were never not allowed outside.

I'm really starting to resent the notion that we acted in fear and cowered in our homes and let ourselves be babied by law enforcement or that we're too stupid to see 'what this really was'. You don't know Boston or the surrounding areas. We chose to cooperate, we wanted this guy caught and we celebrated when he was, it's that simple.


You "chose" to cooperate did you?

Tell me, what happens if you "choose" not to cooperate? What would have happened if you made that choice, I'm just curious, do you want to elaborate on that for me?



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:44 AM
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Originally posted by IBelieveInAliens
It's a ridiculous thread anyway. Anyone with half a brain cell can see the crowds were simply happy because a dangerous armed nut-job who'd killed several people had been brought to justice. What do you mean "celebrating marshal law"? I'm sure most were happy to be indoors anyway, I know I would. Not "Oh boo hoo the nasty policeman says I have top take a day off work, boo hoo!"

Get real.


...An excuse not to go to work?

Sold.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:49 AM
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It is obvious there are two main view points and no one is willing to budge either way. I am just wondering if someone in this thread knows an answer to my question since both sides have made their points and I haven't been able to find an answer yet and it relates to this topic.

Was there any home that police were denied entry to and if so, what were the results? Or was some sort of warrant issued?

I ask because, looking from the outside, I would not have allowed them in without a warrant, say what you will about me hindering the investigation but I would have forced them to get a warrant, they had 9k officers on the job, one could have gotten warrants. Their job has rules they must follow and for good reason.

If no one denied them entry - why not? What if police had found marijuana or kiddie porn while searching, would that have held up in court? They weren't looking for anything illegal in the home when they requested access, just a "terrorist."

I also would have stayed in my home, not because I was told to but because I would have felt it was safer for me. The police made it sound like an order when it was supposed to be a request - kind of like when it snows but is not enough for state of emergency and police ask people to stay off the roads. I know this wasn't a snowstorm but still the same sort of request. What would have happened to someone who decided to go to work?

Thanks for any input.

(blinky)



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:52 AM
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The authorities didn't do anything. The police are not responsible for his "capture". This is what makes this all so absurd.

By all accounts the "suspect" was "captured" by a civilian standing in his backyard and seeing something strange. The police merely picked up the phone. The only thing they accomplished was terrorizing the public with their nonsense.

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I'd really like to know this as well. I'm told everyone in Boston was just so gosh darn cooperative, and there is nothing more to the story. But gee, you know, I've seen quite a few pictures of people being held at gunpoint, faces on the ground, and lots of muzzles being flagged at everyone's homes.

I'd really like to know what would have happened if someone said "no". Did it happen? I doubt it, if it did I bet they went in anyway, and we would never hear of this. How anti-American for not letting the paramilitary force trample through your property.
edit on 21-4-2013 by guymontag because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:53 AM
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Originally posted by Kali74

Originally posted by beezzer

Originally posted by Kali74
reply to post by beezzer
 


. Do away with TSA, DHS etc and the infringements that have been placed on us increasingly since 9/11. I don't know how many plots such has foiled since inception, but this plot wasn't foiled. The reaction did catch the perps though.


Yet DHS was in charge of this little exercise in taking away liberties.




Everything is back to normal today, we are 'allowed' back outside...


This line scares me more than a 19 year old with a pipe bomb.

It's morning here, just waking up. I'm glad the bastard was caught. But as I stated countless times in this thread already, this sets a precedent.

We haven't seen the end to this.


I put the word allowed in connotation because I was being a smart ass. We were never not allowed outside.

I'm really starting to resent the notion that we acted in fear and cowered in our homes and let ourselves be babied by law enforcement or that we're too stupid to see 'what this really was'. You don't know Boston or the surrounding areas. We chose to cooperate, we wanted this guy caught and we celebrated when he was, it's that simple.


Ya, a lot of comments here are plain old “out of touch” with what the attitude of Boston has been this week, and with what the “scary lockdown” was.

The reason there were only 9000 cops after one kid was they wouldn’t let the rest of us at him.

If there was a bank robbery,
and a gun fight on the street,
and you go waking up to the bank to make a deposit,
the cops are going to order you to “get down”
If you start saying “your violating my rights”
At the least you’re going to get some strange looks
because your in some other world in your head
and not the world that’s really happening

There are a lot of things going on in this country that are very concerning regarding the loss of freedom. What happened in Boston just ain’t one of them.

The more we cry out foul when there was no foul, the less we will be heard on the real issues.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 08:58 AM
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Originally posted by Boston
The more we cry out foul when there was no foul, the less we will be heard on the real issues.


I'm sorry, but a paramilitary force entering my home fully armed and doing whatever they want is quite a serious "foul" where I come from. That may be how you do things in Boston (you don't speak for everyone by the way, but nice try claiming you do), but in the rest of the world that is definitely a "foul".



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 09:03 AM
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That's exactly how it seemed to me, as if they where using it as training of some sort.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 09:15 AM
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it really is quite scary and the more you look at it the more it seems like it could have all been a planned experiment to test to waters of martial law.

the roll out of new medical equipment at the marathon
the Saudi national that was a suspect then wasn't and then got deported
the pretty much entire shutdown of a city to chase 1 man effective martial law

there is just so much sus # going on and the response from the public is pretty scary that it was so widely accepted.

i guess TPTB now know all the need to do to enact a full scale martial law scenario is paint it in the right light and bingo the sheep will lap it up like they lap up there apple products on release day.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 09:15 AM
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My brother went to work and opened his store, kept it open all day... cops even went in to get food, this was in Boston but pretty far from where the manhunt was going on. Camera shots of downtown Boston showed people, though a lot less than normal, walking around... in front of cops. At the end of my street is a pretty busy main road, I heard traffic, though less than normal, all day.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 09:16 AM
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Originally posted by skitzspiricy
reply to post by sealing
 


Have you asked yourself; Why couldn't 9000(+) fully trained personnel with dogs, track an injured and bleeding 19 year old kid in a completely locked down area for 24 hours?

It's like one of those really bad "How many *insert something here* does it take to change a lightbulb" jokes.


Thats what ive been wondering. They were able to find one of the "terrorist's" passports within a hour after the WTC buildings collapsed (but not the most important blackbox's) yet here with 9000+ policeman they are unable to locate a wounded 19 year old kid roaming the streets. And when they do it takes them 15 hours to take him out of a boat.

1 more thing i was wondering is why did the MSM not have any reporters in the air or at any place on the ground were there was actually anything to see, ABC had one that could see but he miraculously did not have a camera throughout the whole ordeal..somehow..for some reason. They were even unable to record any ambulance getting onto the scene and even leaving the scene.


9000 officials on the streets and the whole town on lock-down / marshal law.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 09:16 AM
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Why? Because I guess they were victims of something that was horrific, and the "suspect" in question was pretty much without a doubt the other person responsible. Now as far as the "Martial Law" Comment, Boston was NOT under martial law. I do not know how this article gets that out of Shelter in Place. There is a HUGE difference. I mean, hell they did not, and do not know what this kid was capable of. So keeping people off the street was VERY logical.
I personally can see why these people were shouting USA, USA. The capture of someone who Killed, Injured, Scared, so many people and not just those in Boston at first but all over the US to be captured, is a big deal knowing Justice will be served. If people do not think this having an impact on us, well Just go to a Sporting even this weekend, or Disney and you will see security is UP UP UP.



posted on Apr, 21 2013 @ 09:18 AM
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Originally posted by Boston

Originally posted by Kali74

Originally posted by beezzer

Originally posted by Kali74
reply to post by beezzer
 


. Do away with TSA, DHS etc and the infringements that have been placed on us increasingly since 9/11. I don't know how many plots such has foiled since inception, but this plot wasn't foiled. The reaction did catch the perps though.


Yet DHS was in charge of this little exercise in taking away liberties.




Everything is back to normal today, we are 'allowed' back outside...


This line scares me more than a 19 year old with a pipe bomb.

It's morning here, just waking up. I'm glad the bastard was caught. But as I stated countless times in this thread already, this sets a precedent.

We haven't seen the end to this.


I put the word allowed in connotation because I was being a smart ass. We were never not allowed outside.

I'm really starting to resent the notion that we acted in fear and cowered in our homes and let ourselves be babied by law enforcement or that we're too stupid to see 'what this really was'. You don't know Boston or the surrounding areas. We chose to cooperate, we wanted this guy caught and we celebrated when he was, it's that simple.


Ya, a lot of comments here are plain old “out of touch” with what the attitude of Boston has been this week, and with what the “scary lockdown” was.

The reason there were only 9000 cops after one kid was they wouldn’t let the rest of us at him.

If there was a bank robbery,
and a gun fight on the street,
and you go waking up to the bank to make a deposit,
the cops are going to order you to “get down”
If you start saying “your violating my rights”
At the least you’re going to get some strange looks
because your in some other world in your head
and not the world that’s really happening

There are a lot of things going on in this country that are very concerning regarding the loss of freedom. What happened in Boston just ain’t one of them.

The more we cry out foul when there was no foul, the less we will be heard on the real issues.


When was the las time you saw 9000+ cops on a bank robbery ?





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