Emily Yates and the Philly “police” Youtube Video …”NO LONGER AVAILABLE”

I put the the word police in parantheses because  “police ” is  leaning towards the latter part of the  definition as the gap in society widens and classes start to polarize due to wealth and corruption. What a sorry country we are becoming. Youtube videos censored, protesters beaten without cause. As you read the definition, take special note of the final paragragh.      OCCUPY THE FARM—–OCCUPY EVERYTHING——-ƒƒƒ—–

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The police are a constituted body of persons empowered by the state to enforce the law, protect property, and limit civil disorder.[1] Their powers include the legitimized use of force. The term is most commonly associated with police services of a state that are authorized to exercise the police power of that state within a defined legal or territorial area of responsibility. Police forces are often defined as being separate from military or other organizations involved in the defense of the state against foreign aggressors; however, gendarmerie are military units charged with civil policing.

Law enforcement, however, constitutes only part of policing activity.[2] Policing has included an array of activities in different situations, but the predominant ones are concerned with the preservation of order.[3] In some societies, in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, these developed within the context of maintaining the class system and the protection of private property.[4] Some parts of the world may suffer from police corruption.

Maintenance and the LOST ART of UN-Consumerism

maintenance

main·te·nance

[meyn-tuh-nuhns]

noun

1.

the act of maintaining.
2.the state of being maintained: the maintenance of friendly relations with England.

3.Care or upkeep, as of machinery or property: With proper maintenance  will last for many years.
             This is the true enemy, as I’ve said before. To send a government into a tail spin, The state, the corporate machine is dependent on your appetite for convenience and carelessness. And we as a country have been decreasing our insistence on quality since the mid -twentieth century.
               When plastic came into play, in 1868, the year it was first discovered/created it was useful, but then to jump ahead a few years, this is the decline that I’m speaking of.
  • 1951 – High-density polyethylene or HDPE tradenamed Marlex – Paul Hogan and Robert Banks
  • 1951 – Polypropylene or PP – Paul Hogan and Robert Banks
  • 1953 – Saran Wrap introduced by Dow Chemicals.
  • 1954 – Styrofoam a type of foamed polystyrene foam was invented by Ray McIntire for Dow Chemicals
  • 1964 – Polyimide
  • 1970 – Thermoplastic Polyester this includes trademarked Dacron, Mylar, Melinex, Teijin, and Tetoron
  • 1978 – Linear Low Density Polyethylene
  • 1985 – Liquid Crystal Polymer
  •       I am unfortunately a child of this “decline” as I would start to discard things. My father was a mechanic so he was probably tired of broken metal at the end of the day(no time to tinker with the Tonka). His father though, a farmer, did not have the mentality to “trash it”.
  •     When something was broken, it was “repaired”. It was “fixed”. I hypothecated these words because they are becoming foreign in our society.   These words no longer mean taking the old and making it usable, it means replacing the worthless with new. This scenario  plays out over and over in our society in every aspect. From Relationships to TVs (don’t watch ’em anymore personally) . If it isn’t working right, we get rid of it . I’ll leave out Relationships for various reasons, but lets center on TVs for a few, How many of you are watching TV on a HDTV??? This is communism in its purist form from your lovely lady liberty. We, at least most, were coerced into forced capitalism. 
  •       Forced Capitalism is not capitalism at all, it is Corporate Capitalism, and that my friend is a dangerous road. The undisputed  fact that your TV will now only last 3-5 years is the system controlling you. The fact that bolts on your car are inaccessible, or of a ridiculous type (VW’s new 24mm 12 point reverse socket) is no coincidence.
  •       The new machinists and welders are not educated to repair but to instead fabricate. Are you seeing the connection yet??? The reason why the railroad does not become a light rail is because to do that it would have to be highly durable over the same route. NO MONEY for Mr. 1% when things don’t break, or simply need maintenance.
  •       1.Purchase the highest quality, find it used if you must. 2. Re-learn your ability to care for things. 3. Seek out those that have the knowledge to repair the sick products that infiltrated our already morally sick society.      
    Alternative Reporting, Re-Blogging and My own thoughts on Local, National and Internanational News

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IN THE LOBBY THERE’S A LOBBYIST LOBBYING

While they may be worth significantly more than most Americans, the incoming freshmen are on par with their colleagues in Congress. All 535 members of Congress have a median estimated net worth of about $966,000, according to CRP data.
 
Members of Congress have been getting slightly richer in recent years, and the trend continues. Overall, more than 48 percent of lawmakers — 257 to be exact, up seven from the previous year — have an estimated net worth of more than $1 million.
 
There has been some change at the top, though: For years, the wealthiest member of Congress was Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), who made his fortune with his alarm business, but in 2011 he was surpassed by Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), whose average estimated net worth was $500.1 million, up more than 31.6 percent from $380.4 million in 2010. Much of McCaul’s wealth is due to his wife, Linda, the daughter of Clear Channel CommunicationsChairman Lowry Mays.