Thursday, 8 August 2019

Fathers' Day in da' hood


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The little bastard.

Anonymous said...

You may laugh but T.I.s can feel and see this happening already.
https://youtu.be/OGxdgNJ_lZM

Anonymous said...

It's the revolution folks

https://youtu.be/Ct3pVXdgrBM

Anonymous said...

It's what they do
https://youtu.be/XfsJxkobPXk

Anonymous said...

Will the Black man ever study the Jew?

Anonymous said...

Is chicken the answer? Well the UK government thinks so
https://youtu.be/BkOVEN6SE90

Anonymous said...

Too many people have been spied upon by too many Government agencies and too much information has been illegally collected.

The Government has often undertaken the secret surveillance of citizens on the basis of their political beliefs, even when those beliefs posed no threat of violence or illegal acts on behalf of a hostile foreign power.

The Government, operating primarily through secret and biased informants, but also using other intrusive techniques such as wiretaps, microphone "bugs", surreptitious mail opening, and break-ins, has swept in vast amounts of information about the personal lives, views, and associations of American citizens.

Investigations of groups deemed potentially dangerous—and even of groups suspected of associating with potentially dangerous organizations—have continued for decades, despite the fact that those groups did not engage in unlawful activity.

Groups and individuals have been assaulted, repressed, harassed and disrupted because of their political views, social beliefs and their lifestyles.
Investigations have been based upon vague standards whose breadth made excessive collection inevitable.
Unsavory, harmful and vicious tactics have been employed—including anonymous attempts to break up marriages, disrupt meetings, ostracize persons from their professions, and provoke target groups into rivalries that might result in deaths.
Intelligence agencies have served the political and personal objectives of presidents and other high officials.
While the agencies often committed excesses in response to pressure from high officials in the Executive branch and Congress, they also occasionally initiated improper activities and then concealed them from officials whom they had a duty to inform.

Governmental officials—including those whose principal duty is to enforce the law—have violated or ignored the law over long periods of time and have advocated and defended their right to break the law.

https://infogalactic.com/info/COINTELPRO