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Revo -fuckin -lution 2.0

By Christopher Rice

Hello, welcome. Come on down, to the Underground. Let this be a lesson to all LE, play with the Bull, get the horns. Bulls on parade.

No one's putting up with your lies and bullshit any more. You promised us the best schools yet you have the worst schools of any industrialized country. You say "Land of the free", yet you lock up more of your own citizens than any other country on the planet, including China and Russia combined. WTF!

Everything you've told us has been a bold face lie. Police do not "protect and serve" any one (not from crime, pedophiles, rapist or this corrupt system). They only protect property and serve you with an eviction notice. Corrupt
corporations are rewarded with bailouts while the poor are locked up in record numbers or shot like dogs in the streets. Republicans and Democrats are the real thugs.

So let this be a lesson, play with the Bull, get the horns. Bulls on parade.

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Federal Bureau of Investigation

By Christopher Rice

If this shows up in your email box, hit "Spam" or send to your friends and enemies for a laugh. Received this today...

Federal Bureau of Investigation
Counter-terrorism Division and Cyber Crime Division J. Edgar. Hoover Building Washington DC JAMES B. COMEY

Attention Beneficiary,

Records show that you are among one of the individuals and organizations who are yet to receive their overdue payment from overseas which includes those of Lottery/Gambling,Contract and Inheritance. Through our Fraud Monitory Unit we have noticed that you have been transacting with some impostors and fraudsters who have been impersonating the likes of Prof. Soludo/Mr.Lamido Sanusi of the Central Bank Of Nigeria, Mr. Patrick Aziza, Bode Williams, Frank, Anderson, none officials of Oceanic Bank, Zenith Banks, Kelvin Young of HSBC, Ben of FedEx, Ibrahim Sule, Dr. Usman Shamsuddeen and some impostors claiming to be The Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The Cyber Crime Division of the FBI gath…

Underground Resistance

Witold Pilecki, a 39-year old veteran of the Polish-Soviet War of 1919-1921 who fought against the initial Nazi Germany's invasion and a member of the Polish resistance, voluntarily allowed himself to be captured by the Germans and sent to Auschwitz in 1940. Pilecki's mission was to allow himself to be arrested and, once inside Auschwitz, to collect intelligence for the Polish resistance in the country and the government-in-exile in London, and to organize a resistance from inside the camp.

During the next three years, Pilecki was involved in one of the most dangerous intelligence-gathering and resistance operations of the war. and began recruiting members for an underground resistance group that he organized into a coherent movement. He began sending information about what was going on inside the camp and confirming that the Nazi's were seeking the extermination of the Jews as early as 1941. Pilecki used a courier system that the Polish Resistance operated throughout occup…

Your VOTE doesn't amount to dog shit

By Christopher Rice

Reading the news always makes me sick, todays news is making me vomit in projectile. I remember the promises of "change", I remember how confident everyone was that the end of marijuana prohibition was finally here now that Jimmy Carter was being sworn in as president (alternate with Bill Clinton and now Barack Obama).

Advocates were disappointed and shocked that Obama reappointed Michele Leonhart—a holdover from the Bush administration—to head the DEA in 2010. Since then she's taken a very firm anti-marijuana stance that has alienated supporters of less strict drug laws. In 2011 she was criticized for saying that increased drug war violence in Mexico, including the deaths of over a 1,000 children, was “a sign of success in the fight against drugs.” During a 2012 House Judiciary subcommittee hearing, Leonhart refused to say whether marijuana is safer than crack.

This is the kind of change that politicians are really offering you when they run on a platf…

bEnding Order

By CrimeThinc

It is only possible to preserve the prevailing social order by giving police officers carte blanche to kill black men at will. Otherwise, it would be impossible to maintain the racial and economic inequalities that are fundamental to this society. In defiance of widespread outrage, even at the cost of looting and arson, the legal system will always protect officers from the consequences of their actions—for without them, it could not exist.

The unrest radiating from Ferguson is not a tragic failure to channel protest into productive venues, but an indication of the form all future social movements will have to take to stand any chance of addressing the problems that give rise to them.

A profit-driven economy creates ever-widening gulfs between the rich and the poor. Ever since slavery, this situation has been stabilized by the invention of white privilege—a bribe to discourage poor white people from establishing common interests with poor people of color. But the more imbal…

'This is not the rule of law, it is the rule of law enforcement, and it is very dangerous' Barrett Brown

The judge sentenced Barrett Brown to 63 months, primarily in support of the government's current war against journalists and the free press, in order to try and deter others from reporting government misconduct and the endemic corruption by government cronies.

For background on the case see this:-

Barrett Brown Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison After Reporting on Hacked Private Intelligence Firms

A journalist and activist accused of working with Anonymous has been given a five-year prison term and ordered to pay nearly $900,000 in restitution and fines. Barrett Brown was sentenced on Thursday after pleading guilty last year to charges of transmitting threats, accessory to a cyber-attack, and obstruction of justice. Supporters say Brown has been unfairly targeted for investigating the highly secretive world of private intelligence and military contractors. After his sentencing on Thursday, Brown released a satirical statement that read in part: "Good news! — The U.S. governm…

CIAs Stress Position Torture

By focusing on waterboarding, we can sometimes forget that the other "alternative techniques" for "enhanced interrogation" are also forms of torture, even when they leave no permanent marks, or, in the words of AEI's John Yoo, do not cause major organ failure. The term "stress position" for example, when uttered by someone like Rush Limbaugh, who described some of what happened at Abu Ghraib as nothing more serious than fraternity hazing, can seem banal, even defensible. These positions, which the president strongly supports, can nonetheless become very quickly hideous acts of cruelty. Here's a photo of what the Nazis called Pfahlbinden.

You can seen that individuals are contorted just by the weight of their own bodies into positions of excruciating pain that lasts until it is unbearable. In this picture, it does not appear that the methods are being used to interrogate. They are being used for sadistic purposes. They are worse than the 'stres…

Marijuana and statehood activists are chaining themselves to ‘liberty pole’ on the Mall

(WashPost) At the very deliberate time of 4:20 a.m. Wednesday, dozens of D.C. marijuana activists arrived at the Mall. They put on some music, constructed a 42-foot “liberty pole,” and chained themselves to it.“Chained to this pole, I feel more free than I have in my memory,” said protester David Keniston. “We are living democracy right now.”

Led by the DC Cannabis Campaign, the organization that spearheaded efforts to legalize marijuana in the city, the nearly week-long vigil in which city activists decry congressional meddling into local D.C. affairs began Wednesday.

The activists decided to start the around-the-clock protest on April 15, Tax Day, because, as the city’s license plates say, the District has “taxation without representation.” D.C. residents pay federal taxes, but do not have voting representation in the Senate or House.  The vigil is slated to end at 4:20 p.m. on, well, April 20, more commonly known as 4/20.

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Do you know the best part of my job?

By Christopher Rice

The best part of this gig so far, is when I open my emails and someone says:

"Thanks, last night I avoided getting caught up in a police sting. Thanks to the information on your site I saw what was happening and got the hell out of there. And sure enough, I got a few blocks away and there were the black and whites to pick up the suckers. Thanks again."

Kept one more person out of the system. One less person going to court, being sent to jail or prison. Feels great, then I  open "comments"...

The worst part of this job is the haters. No matter what, there is always someone tryin' to poop in your Cheerios. What's weird is that they don't rag on my writing or website any more only on my advertisers. First it was the BDSM ads, now it's the pot ads or bong ads.

Fortunately though I'm like Stevie Wonder and I see right through 'em.

Then I open my Paypal account and there's not one single donation. So then I have to spend all o…

(How to) Shoplifting (for Dummies)

By Christopher Rice and Diane Gordon
Stores today are not there for you. They are there for profits. They may claim low prices, but in all truth the merchandise is usually marked up 200% or more. 

I have seen some instances where cologne has been marked up 450%. This is outrageous. 

Why should we pay those kinds of prices, when we can get it for free. Many stores may claim that shoplifting increases prices, but the real reasons for price increases is greed.

And remember Robin Hood, steal from the rich and give to the poor.

They won't always stop you if the sensors go off. I have set the sensors off a couple of times and they didn't do anything. No one even approached me because they didn't have proof.

I make sure to go where there are no cameras and if it has a beeper in it I go to the bathroom and cut it off. I use my kids diaper bag or my purse, it is really easy to steal from Wal-Mart until the LP (Loss Prevention) people realize you are there e…