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Panamaed

United States

#1978 Jun 6, 2013
Remember Liberty County is where some rare honest County Judges stood up against some abusive FHP tactics used on its citizens!
just the facts

United States

#1979 Jun 6, 2013
Not many honest judges left in Florida. remember the bush clean out. then theybasically promised the suckers a life time job. read what they done to the thinest judge. all set up by the bushwhackers.
http://www.tulanelink.com/tulanelink/mcmillan...
speaking of FHP they have just been caught red handed lying about giving special tickets to law makers (breakers) some retired troopers are saying it was an unwritten policy to cut them slack.
hay man in 2013 it ain't who you know it's who you blow!
mumbles

Spring Hill, FL

#1980 Jun 6, 2013
and then grumble

typical of most inventive crapshoot posts

nothing said
Panamaed

United States

#1981 Jun 6, 2013
Tulanelink=Anytown-USA
Good Old Boy Clubs Suck!
Panamaed

United States

#1982 Jun 6, 2013
just the facts wrote:
Not many honest judges left in Florida. remember the bush clean out. then theybasically promised the suckers a life time job. read what they done to the thinest judge. all set up by the bushwhackers.
http://www.tulanelink.com/tulanelink/mcmillan...
speaking of FHP they have just been caught red handed lying about giving special tickets to law makers (breakers) some retired troopers are saying it was an unwritten policy to cut them slack.
hay man in 2013 it ain't who you know it's who you blow!

In Panama City it is THE WHITE WESTERN MEN'S CLUB...
but

Spring Hill, FL

#1985 Jun 6, 2013
watch out

the feds will jail you in TJ
Really

Panama City, FL

#1986 Jun 6, 2013
Pointless blather
Panamaed

United States

#1987 Jun 6, 2013
Everyone has been posting facts with links with evidence and THEY have no counter points...

None....

Nada....

Zip....
Really

Panama City, FL

#1988 Jun 6, 2013
garbage
Panamaed

United States

#1989 Jun 7, 2013
Waste Managment.
Harry Wayne Huizenga.
more good garbage

United States

#1990 Jun 7, 2013
Very interesting



Also, this one might explain why that State Attorney Brad King refused to prosecute the Jessica Lunsford's killer's family who was in the trailer with him at the time she was in the closet.

http://www.highstrangeness.tv/news/03220501.p...

Funny how John Couey died so fast in FDOC custody too. When hearing that news Jessica Lunsford's father Mark said he was not aware Couey was sick.
Really

Panama City, FL

#1991 Jun 7, 2013
tin foil
Panamaed

United States

#1992 Jun 7, 2013
Aluminum Doors and Windows!
Panamaed

United States

#1993 Jun 7, 2013
Mark Wisner......windows again......and porn?
nwo boosh whackers

United States

#1994 Jun 7, 2013
nwo boosh whackers

United States

#1995 Jun 7, 2013
The Nazi Police State
Adults were a different proposition. Some adults clearly supported Hitler - as the March 1933 election showed. But the same election clearly showed that a substantial number of Germans did not support Hitler and the Nazis. These people were likely to be a constant thorn for Hitler unless they were dealt with. For these people, the Nazis developed a policy of intimidation. Fear became a by-word for those who did not support Hitler. The wrong comment overheard by a Nazi official could have very serious consequences.
Hitler’s police state worked on the rule that if you said nothing, no harm, could come to you. If you had doubts about the way the country was going, you kept them to yourself - or paid the price. As nearly 17 million people had not voted for either the Nazis or the Nationalist in March 1933, a large and visible police force was required to keep this sizeable group under observation and control.
In Nazi Germany the police were allowed to arrest people on suspicion that they were about to do wrong. This gave the police huge powers. All local police units had to draw up a list of people in their locality who might be suspected of being "Enemies of the State". This list was given to the Gestapo - the Secret Police. The Gestapo had the power to do as it liked. Its leader - Reinhard Heydrich - was one of the most feared man in Nazi Germany. His immediate chief was Heinrich Himmler. Both men ran their respective branches with ruthless efficiency.
Those arrested by either the police or the Gestapo had less than three minutes to pack clothing and say their goodbyes. Once arrested, they were sent to the nearest police cell. Those in custody were told to sign Form D-11; this was an "Order for Protective Custody". By signing this, you agreed to go to prison. Those who did not sign it were beaten until they did or officers simply forged their signature. Once a D-11 was signed, you were sent to a concentration camp. How long you stayed here depended on the authorities. The usual rule of thumb was whether it was felt that you had learned your lesson (even if there had not been one to learn) and would behave in an acceptable manner once outside of prison.
The concentration camps were deliberately barbaric. Before 1939, deaths in them occurred but they were not common. The idea was that anybody who had been in one, once released, would ‘advertise’ the fact that they were not places where people wanted to go. This was another way of ensuring that people kept their ideas to themselves.
The concentration camps were run by men who could disguise their violent nature simply because they wore a uniform. The flogging of inmates was common -25 strokes was common practice - and the amenities were very basic and sparse. At Buchenwald, 480 men had one water tap between them which could only be used for 15 minutes on getting up. Any abuse of this rule would lead to 25 lashes. Any arrested Jew would get 60 lashes - a personal order from Hitler. Soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes etc were unheard of in camps such as Buchenwald (which held 8000 prisoners) and Dachau. Food and drink were minimal and the Jews had half the rations of other prisoners
nwo boosh whackers

United States

#1996 Jun 7, 2013
Who would get arrested?
The list was intentionally expansive. Anybody considered to be a political threat was arrested;
those who made jokes about the Nazi Party were also arrested (jokes about Hitler were punished with death); the "work shy" were also arrested (this fitted in exactly with Hitler’s plan to reduce unemployment as an unemployed person would be offered work at a Labour Exchange and if they refused it as too menial for them, they would be arrested as work shy. As no-one in concentration camps counted as unemployed, the figures for unemployment had to come down; "Bibelforscher’s" were also arrested (these were people who would only seek guidance from the Bible and rejected all Nazi ideas and they also refused to do military service); homosexuals were also arrested and the SS used this as a common tactic to discredit someone. Habitual criminals were also arrested.
In 1936, the Gestapo Law meant that the activities of the Gestapo were free from any review by courts of law. This law effectively meant that the Gestapo became a law unto themselves. This non-uniformed branch of the SS became justifiably feared just as the visible presence of the black uniformed SS men did. Himmler's view on the SS was simple.
nwo boosh whackers

United States

#1997 Jun 7, 2013
A top official with a leading social conservative group recently laid out the view that Adolf Hitler deliberately recruited gays to be his “enforcers,” because they had “no limits” to “the savagery and brutality they were willing to inflict.”
During a radio broadcast, Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association explained:
So Hitler himself was an active homosexual. And some people wonder, didn’t the Germans, didn’t the Nazis, persecute homosexuals? And it is true they did; they persecuted effeminate homosexuals. But Hitler recruited around him homosexuals to make up his Stormtroopers, they were his enforcers, they were his thugs. And Hitler discovered that he could not get straight soldiers to be savage and brutal and vicious enough to carry out his orders, but that homosexual solders basically had no limits and the savagery and brutality they were willing to inflict on whomever Hitler sent them after. So he surrounded himself, virtually all of the Stormtroopers, the Brownshirts, were male homosexuals.
nwo boosh whackers

United States

#1998 Jun 7, 2013
Nazis & Bush Family History:
Government Investigated Bush Family's Financing Of Hitler
By Carla Binion
OnlineJournaldotcom
11-22-2001

This article on Nazis in the Republican party was originally published in Online Journal on 1/28/00. However, the following includes additional information regarding George H. W. Bush's father, Prescott, and his maternal grandfather, George Herbert (Bert) Walker, and the fact that the U. S. government investigated their financing of Adolf Hitler.

One book referenced here, Christopher Simpson's "Blowback," was praised by journalist Seymour Hersh as "the ultimate book about the worst kind of cold war thinking." Nora Levin, Director, Holocaust Archive, Gratz College, said "The full story of this country's shameful, cynical collaboration with Nazi criminals has not been told until now with the publication of Simpson's book." Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman said,'Blowback' is a must read for anyone who wants to understand postwar policy on Nazi war criminals and the cold war."

In another Simpson book, "The Splendid Blonde Beast," the author wrote about George H. W. Bush's father, Prescott, and his maternal grandfather, George Herbert Walker. Both Bert Walker and Prescott Bush were powerful financial supporters of Adolf Hitler.

Walker was president of Union Banking Corporation; a firm that traded with Germany and helped German industrialists consolidate Hitler's political power. Simpson says Union Banking became a Nazi money-laundering machine.

Walker helped take over North American operations of Hamburg-Amerika Line, a shipping line and cover for I. G. Farben's Nazi espionage unit in the U. S. Hamburg-Amerika smuggled in German agents, and brought in money for bribing American politicians to support Hitler. A 1934 congressional investigation showed Hamburg-Amerika subsidized Nazi propaganda efforts in the U. S.

George H. W. Bush's father, Prescott, was a board member of Union Banking and a senior partner in a Union Banking affiliate,Äîthe investment firm Brown Brothers, Harriman. The U. S. government investigated both Bert Walker and Prescott Bush, and under the Trading with the Enemy Act seized all shares of Union Banking, including shares held by Prescott Bush. The government held that "huge sections of Prescott Bush's empire had been operated on behalf of Nazi Germany and had greatly assisted the German war effort."

Investigative reporter Christopher Simpson says in "Blowback" that after World War II, Nazi ©migr©s were given CIA subsidies to build a far-right-wing power base in the U. S. These Nazis assumed prominent positions in the Republican Party's "ethnic outreach committees." Simpson documents the fact that these Nazis did not come to America as individuals but as part of organized groups with fascist political agendas. The Nazi agenda did not die along with Adolf Hitler. It moved to America (or a part of it did) and joined the far right of the Republican Party.
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Spring Hill, FL

#1999 Jun 7, 2013
several posts were loaded with facts

were the facts accurate or were they not

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