This episode of CopBlock Radio is JAM-PACKED! From beginning to end, we had great callers. Chris the Paranoid Engineer started things off by calling in to warn listeners that the government is creating profiles of you based on how many cops you kill in Grand Theft Auto. Attorney John Gold called in to talk about DEO’s arrest for filming law enforcers in Parma, OH. A law enforcer in Florida showed up drunk to accept an award from Mothers Against Drunk Driving. He was being awarded for issuing more than 100 DUIs and presumably drove himself to the ceremony. Other badged individuals reported that he also skipped days of assigned training and was walking around the hotel with his pants down. What would we do without our noble protectors?
J Buzz Webb of Buzz’s Big Gay Dance Party joins Flaming Freedom to explain why she’s gay, not a lesbian, and why all the gays should just drop the acronym soup that has become LGBTQQA+ — transgender people especially don’t belong in that group because their thing is gender dysphoria, and it just confuses the issue of sexuality by lumping them in under one big, confusing umbrella. Buzz educates the listeners on the history of the gay liberation movement, Stonewall, and coming out in the days of Jesse Helms. She answers your questions about how she became an anarchist thanks to J Krishnamurti and his book, “Freedom From the Known.”
A college student in Commie-fornia is in trouble for recording audio in her own dorm room. An Uber drive was arrested for recording, protestors in Pennsylvania won a victory against aggressive law enforcers, and an activist in Texas catches law enforcers breaking into his car!
Hosts Adam, Steven, and Derrick J talk pros and cons of anilingus. Criminal Uber Driver WANTED for alleged “wiretapping”, Transgender student fights for the right to shower with other females, Derrick J’s Ass, Iceman is Gay, Gay Couple Adopted Each Other and Now Cannot Marry Legally, Bernie Sanders loves Uber so much he thinks it should be illegal, Stonewall is lost in the memory hole, Affirmative Consent laws are confusing, Britain tries to ban math, kinky porn found in Oakland house, plus “Dancing Trump“!
This week several prominent CopBlockers were arrested for peaceful activism. CopBlock founder Ademo Freeman and compadre Brian Sumner were charged with FELONIES for using chalk outside of a law enforcer headquarters. Their charges were later lowered to misdemeanors for alleged “criminal mischief.” Isn’t it convenient that if law enforcers don’t like your message (for example #BlueLivesMurder), they can just kidnap you, put you in a cage, demand money to release you, and claim that your so-called First Amendment “protected” activity is a crime?
“Land of the Free? Whoever told you that is your enemy.”
Last night on CopBlock Radio, hosts Derrick J, DEO, and Severin started out the evening with a few positive stories involving law enforcers. Some went above and beyond, and some simply did what they are supposed to do, but it all deserves some recognition before we get into all the police abuse stories. Vermont is the only state whose law enforcers killed zero people this year. An Oklahoma City law enforcer saved a man attempting to jump off a bridge, and Maine law enforcers will no longer demand permission for people to carry guns.
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Eddie Dunne issues a warning about “Liberty Documentary” director Neil Radimaker. Producer Jeremiah Rounds calls in to defend his director against the attacks. Heroic farmer Michael Schmidt discovered government surveillance cameras on his property, suffered a raid of his farm, and held a “Milk In” protest that garnered 50 participants. Food freedom advocate and author David Gumpert wrote about the standoff at Michael’s farm on his blog, and supporter Mark McAfee from Organic Pastures summarizes the issue in a short video. We conclude with a brilliant video highlighting the hypocrisy of Obama speaking out against mass killings while at the same time authorizing drone strikes that kill thousands of innocents.
Last night on CopBlock Radio, hosts Derrick J, DEO, and Severin started off the show with a good cop! He was called to a parking lot by a local business owner who complained about some teenagers “loitering.” He explains to them, while taking a relaxed, laid-back “cool guy” lean on his cruiser that he remembers being issued tickets as a young person, and he doesn’t want to be that guy giving young people tickets for stupid stuff like loitering. He asks that they please leave the private property unless they are customers and then takes time for questions. The conversation seems more “I’m on your level making a request” than “I’m your superior, and you will do what I say.” DEO points out that this law enforcer ultimately will use the tickets and the threats and force eventually if pushed, but I am just grateful that he has the decency to at least begin the interaction with a little bit of acknowledgement of the others’ humanity.