Friday, September 28, 2012

The Milgram Experiment (repost)

I accidentally deleted the Milgram Experiment post as I was going through drafts. Here it is again.

The one thing that is telling about this Daily Mail article is that the protestor did not seem to be rolled over by a member of the Chinese military or police. This incident just proves the accuracy of the famous Stanford Milgram Experiment, which showed that many people will torture and kill another simply by being told to do so.

Chinese protester opposing government takeover of village land 'is crushed to death by state-controlled road-flattening truck'

  • Protester He Zhu Hua, appears to be crushed in shocking images
  • He opposed being moved after government tried to claim land for commercial use
  • Reports claim government then tried to hide body and sent security to quell anger from residents
By Chris Parsons


Hat tip to Reaganite Republican.

To the list of recent unsettling developments at DHS and other federal agencies -such as FEMA camp expansions, massive DHS ammo buys, a creepy new biometric surveillance system just being rolled-out by the FBI, and drones buzzing our backyards with cameras- we can now add the appearance across the country of not just heavily-armored military grade Humvees, but 'GLS' armored personnel carriers (APC's) such as in the picture above-
2500 of them to be exact.

According to reports the Department of Homeland Security is expecting significant push-back in the very near future, which explains why they already have thousands of heavily armored vehicles in DHS 'Police/Rescue' livery, resplendent in either a dashing Gulf War tan or menacing stealth-anthracite:
What could they need equipment like this for here in the US? They are hitting the road with it. Caravans of National Guard equipment but with new never before seen equipment in the convoys. Take a close look at what is painted on the side of the Black Humvees. The Humvees are fully armored the same standard used by our military.

The use of the word '‘Rescue'’ is an obvious psy-op... …makes it sound nice and benign, kind of like a life-saving paramedic ambulance and not a domination and death machine. The Posse Comitatus Act is gone"

The universal disadvantage to any armored vehicle is that the crew has to get out somtime.