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« on: January 13, 2006, 05:11:34 PM »
Bush To Criminalize Protesters Under Patriot Act

By Patriot Daily News Clearinghouse
1-13-6

George Bush wants to create the new criminal of "disruptor" who can be jailed for the crime of "disruptive behavior." A "little-noticed provision" in the latest version of the Patriot Act will empower Secret Service to charge protesters with a new crime of "disrupting major events including political conventions and the Olympics."

The Secret Service would also be empowered to charge persons with "breaching security" and to charge for "entering a restricted area" which is "where the President or other person protected by the Secret Service is or will be temporarily visiting." In short, be sure to stay in those wired, fenced containments or free speech zones.

Patriot Daily News Clearinghouse's diary:

Who is the "disruptor"? Bush Team history tells us the disruptor is an American citizen with the audacity to attend Bush events wearing a T-shirt that criticizes Bush; or a member of civil rights, environmental, anti-war or counter-recruiting groups who protest Bush policies; or a person who invades Bush's bubble by criticizing his policies. A disruptor is also a person who interferes in someone else's activity, such as interrupting Bush when he is speaking at a press conference or during an interview.

What are the parameters of the crime of "disruptive behavior"? The dictionary defines "disruptive" as "characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination." The American Medical Association defines disruptive behavior as a "style of interaction" with people that interferes with patient care, and can include behavior such as "foul language; rude, loud or offensive comments; and intimidation of patients and family members."

What are the rules of engagement for "disruptors"? Some Bush Team history of their treatment of disruptors provide some clues on how this administration will treat disruptors in the future.

(1) People perceived as disruptors may be preemptively ejected from events before engaging in any disruptive conduct.

In the beginning of this war against disruptors, Americans were ejected from taxpayer funded events where Bush was speaking. At first the events were campaign rallies during the election, and then the disruptor ejectment policy was expanded to include Bush's post election campaign-style events on public policy issues on his agenda, such as informing the public on medicare reform and the like. If people drove to the event in a car with a bumper sticker that criticized Bush's policies or wore T-shirts with similar criticism, they were disruptors who could be ejected from the taxpayer event even before they engaged in any disruptive behavior. White House press secretary McClellan defended such ejectments as a proper preemptive strike against persons who may disrupt an event: "If we think people are coming to the event to disrupt it, obviously, they're going to be asked to leave."

(2) Bush Team may check its vast array of databanks to cull out those persons who it deems having "disruptor" potential and then blacklist those persons from events.

The White House even has a list of persons it deems could be "disruptive" to an eventand then blacklists those persons from attending taxpayer funded events where Bush speaks. Sounds like Bush not only has the power to unilaterally designate people as "enemy combatants" in the global "war on terror," but to unilaterally designate Americans as "disruptive" in the domestic war against free speech.

(3) The use of surveillance, monitoring and legal actions against disruptors.

Bush's war against disruptors was then elevated to surveillance, monitoring, and legal actions against disruptor organizations. The FBI conducts political surveillance and obtains intelligence filed in its database on Bush administration critics , such as civil rights groups (e.g., ACLU), antiwar protest groups (e.g., United for Peace and Justice) and environmental groups (e.g., Greenpeace).

This surveillance of American citizens exercising their constitutional rights has been done under the pretext of counterterrorism activities surrounding protests of the Iraq war and the Republican National Convention. The FBI maintains it does not have the intent to monitor political activities and that its surveillance and intelligence gathering is "intended to prevent disruptive and criminal activity at demonstrations, not to quell free speech."

Surveillance of potential disruptors then graduated to legal actions as a preemptive strike against potential disruptive behavior at public events. In addition to monitoring and surveillance of legal groups and legal activities, the FBI issued subpoenas for members to appear before grand juries based on the FBI's "intent" to prevent "disruptive convention protests." The Justice Dept. opened a criminal investigation and subpoenaed records of Internet messages posted by Bush`s critics. And, the Justice Dept. even indicted Greenpeace for a protest that was so lame the federal judge threw out the case.

So now the Patriot Act, which was argued before enactment as a measure to fight foreign terrorists, is being amended to make clear that it also applies to American citizens who have the audacity to disrupt President Bush wherever his bubble may travel. If this provision is enacted into law, then Bush will have a law upon which to expand the type of people who constitute disruptors and the type of activities that constitute disruptive activities. And, then throw them all in jail. Under Patriot Act

By Patriot Daily News Clearinghouse
1-13-6

George Bush wants to create the new criminal of "disruptor" who can be jailed for the crime of "disruptive behavior." A "little-noticed provision" in the latest version of the Patriot Act will empower Secret Service to charge protesters with a new crime of "disrupting major events including political conventions and the Olympics."

The Secret Service would also be empowered to charge persons with "breaching security" and to charge for "entering a restricted area" which is "where the President or other person protected by the Secret Service is or will be temporarily visiting." In short, be sure to stay in those wired, fenced containments or free speech zones.

Patriot Daily News Clearinghouse's diary:

Who is the "disruptor"? Bush Team history tells us the disruptor is an American citizen with the audacity to attend Bush events wearing a T-shirt that criticizes Bush; or a member of civil rights, environmental, anti-war or counter-recruiting groups who protest Bush policies; or a person who invades Bush's bubble by criticizing his policies. A disruptor is also a person who interferes in someone else's activity, such as interrupting Bush when he is speaking at a press conference or during an interview.

What are the parameters of the crime of "disruptive behavior"? The dictionary defines "disruptive" as "characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination." The American Medical Association defines disruptive behavior as a "style of interaction" with people that interferes with patient care, and can include behavior such as "foul language; rude, loud or offensive comments; and intimidation of patients and family members."

What are the rules of engagement for "disruptors"? Some Bush Team history of their treatment of disruptors provide some clues on how this administration will treat disruptors in the future.

(1) People perceived as disruptors may be preemptively ejected from events before engaging in any disruptive conduct.

In the beginning of this war against disruptors, Americans were ejected from taxpayer funded events where Bush was speaking. At first the events were campaign rallies during the election, and then the disruptor ejectment policy was expanded to include Bush's post election campaign-style events on public policy issues on his agenda, such as informing the public on medicare reform and the like. If people drove to the event in a car with a bumper sticker that criticized Bush's policies or wore T-shirts with similar criticism, they were disruptors who could be ejected from the taxpayer event even before they engaged in any disruptive behavior. White House press secretary McClellan defended such ejectments as a proper preemptive strike against persons who may disrupt an event: "If we think people are coming to the event to disrupt it, obviously, they're going to be asked to leave."

(2) Bush Team may check its vast array of databanks to cull out those persons who it deems having "disruptor" potential and then blacklist those persons from events.

The White House even has a list of persons it deems could be "disruptive" to an eventand then blacklists those persons from attending taxpayer funded events where Bush speaks. Sounds like Bush not only has the power to unilaterally designate people as "enemy combatants" in the global "war on terror," but to unilaterally designate Americans as "disruptive" in the domestic war against free speech.

(3) The use of surveillance, monitoring and legal actions against disruptors.

Bush's war against disruptors was then elevated to surveillance, monitoring, and legal actions against disruptor organizations. The FBI conducts political surveillance and obtains intelligence filed in its database on Bush administration critics , such as civil rights groups (e.g., ACLU), antiwar protest groups (e.g., United for Peace and Justice) and environmental groups (e.g., Greenpeace).
 

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Re: Bush To Criminalize Protesters Under Patriot Act...Fuck
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2006, 05:15:50 PM »
this is bullshit.  I don't care about him no more.  He just dictating us like hitler with all his mumble jumble crap.  He is a dictator.
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« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2006, 09:35:37 AM »
is that REAL?  ???
 

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Re: Bush To Criminalize Protesters Under Patriot Act...Fuck
« Reply #3 on: January 14, 2006, 09:37:16 AM »
Are people still wondering how come nobody stopped Hitler?
Cause I don't care where I belong no more
What we share or not I will ignore
And I won't waste my time fitting in
Cause I don't think contrast is a sin
No, it's not a sin
 

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Re: Bush To Criminalize Protesters Under Patriot Act...Fuck
« Reply #4 on: January 14, 2006, 12:09:14 PM »
And this man is fighting wars to spread democracy and free speech?

Mark my words. Bush will find a way to illegalise the Democrats. In fact, it is not a far stretch from what we have here. By the political views that distinguish Democrats from Republicans they can all be called disruptive and jailed. End of the opposition.

I'm sure that Bush will also find a way to make it possible for presidents to stay in power for more then 8 years and he will use that right to the fullest. He might also increase his own power by doing what Hitler did, announce crisis and silence the opposition,to have his own people declare him absolute power for a number of years,which will be extended when that period comes to and end.

'Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely'
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« Reply #5 on: January 14, 2006, 12:12:31 PM »
Americans remember, in the long run Germany got fucked because of Hitler's politics.. the first 8 years were good tho.. Bush ruled for how long? Like 5-6 years? It's all going down man.

So far the biggest difference between Hitler and Bush is honesty. Hitler was honest, Bush is not.
Cause I don't care where I belong no more
What we share or not I will ignore
And I won't waste my time fitting in
Cause I don't think contrast is a sin
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Re: Bush To Criminalize Protesters Under Patriot Act...Fuck
« Reply #6 on: January 14, 2006, 12:13:50 PM »
hopefully there will be enough real patriots to fight back against the government once this nazi fuck gets out of control
 

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« Reply #7 on: January 14, 2006, 12:24:30 PM »
e grösser die Lüge, desto mehr Menschen folgen ihr
= The bigger the lie, the more people will follow you

Die breite Masse ist blind und dumm, und weiss nicht, was sie tut
= The masses are blind and dumb, and they don't know what they do

Die Gegner werfen uns Nationalsozialisten vor, und mir insbesonders, dass wir intolerante, unverträgliche Menschen seien. Wir wollten, sagen sie, mit anderen Parteien nicht arbeiten. Ich habe hier eines zu erklären: die Herren haben ganz recht, wir sind intolerant. Ich habe mir ein Ziel gestellt: nämlich die 30 Parteien aus Deutschland hinauszufegen.
= The opposition says we are intolerant, obnoxious human beings. They say we don't want to cooperate with them. I have one thing to declare: they are right, we ARE intolerant. I have one goal: eliminate all other parties of Germany.

Die Menschen werden jede Lüge glauben, vorausgesetzt sie ist groß genug.
= People will believe any lie, as long as it's big enough.

Those are things Hitler said in public BEFORE he was elected.
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Re: Bush To Criminalize Protesters Under Patriot Act...Fuck
« Reply #8 on: January 14, 2006, 01:09:31 PM »

With respect you are making a mistake that countless people always make, saying its bush this bush that. In reality Bush is a puppet, the real evil at the core of the republicans is Wolfowitz, Rumsfeld, Cheny, Pat Roberts, Carl Rove etc. For as long as you keep believing that all of this is down to one man, then the real powers will never be stopped. Also don't overlook who controls the poltiicians anyway, the major corporations
 

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« Reply #9 on: January 14, 2006, 01:11:27 PM »
Take the puppet away from the ventriloquist and he will shut the fuck up.
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What we share or not I will ignore
And I won't waste my time fitting in
Cause I don't think contrast is a sin
No, it's not a sin
 

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« Reply #10 on: January 14, 2006, 01:16:14 PM »

Then another puppet will take his place and people will blindly and naively believe that when a new president is elected that everything will be rosey. Its always these shadowy figures who are the power.
 

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« Reply #11 on: January 14, 2006, 02:42:12 PM »
why doesnt he just impose martial law, then he can stay in power for as long as he wants.
 

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« Reply #12 on: January 14, 2006, 02:55:29 PM »
Some people would love this. If you say something negatively about Bush's policies and make a good point, then some religious nut looks at you like you're the KGB & call you unpatirotic.
 

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« Reply #13 on: January 15, 2006, 04:22:52 AM »
I hope everyone understands this means the Democrats will be illegal. Being the opposition,they should criticise Republican plans. If that becomes illegal, the US have basically become a one-party state.

I agree that the corporations are the real people with power, but I'm sure most if not all of them are Republican at heart and would surely benefit from a dictatorship by the Republican Party, personificated by the person of Bush.
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« Reply #14 on: January 15, 2006, 12:38:58 PM »
is that REAL?  ???
yes...he's playing the game called, "everything is okay, folks."
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