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Make Way for the Killer Robots: The Government Is Expanding Its Power to Kill

John & Nisha Whitehead

The purpose of a good government is to protect the lives and liberties of its people. Unfortunately, we have gone so far in the opposite direction from the ideals of a good government that it’s hard to see how this trainwreck can be redeemed.

It gets worse by the day.

For instance, despite an outcry by civil liberties groups and concerned citizens alike, in an 8-3 vote on Nov. 29, 2022, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved a proposal to allow police to arm robots with deadly weapons for use in emergency situations.

This is how the slippery slope begins.

According to the San Francisco Police Department’s draft policy, “Robots will only be used as a deadly force option when risk of loss of life to members of the public or officers is imminent and outweighs any other force option available to SFPD.”

Yet as investigative journalist Sam Biddle points out, this is “what nearly every security agency says when it asks the public to trust it with an alarming new power: We’ll only use it in emergencies—but we get to decide what’s an emergency.”

last-minute amendment to the SFPD policy limits the decision-making authority for deploying robots as a deadly force option to high-ranking officers, and only after using alternative force or de-escalation tactics, or concluding they would not be able to subdue the suspect through those alternative means.

In other words, police now have the power to kill with immunity using remote-controlled robots.

These robots, often acquired by local police departments through federal grants and military surplus programs, signal a tipping point in the final shift from a Mayberry style of community policing to a technologically-driven version of law enforcement dominated by artificial intelligence, surveillance, and militarization.

It’s only a matter of time before these killer robots intended for use as a last resort become as common as SWAT teams.

Frequently justified as vital tools necessary to combat terrorism and deal with rare but extremely dangerous criminal situations, such as those involving hostages, SWAT teams—which first appeared on the scene in California in the 1960s—have now become intrinsic parts of local law enforcement operations, thanks in large part to substantial federal assistance and the Pentagon’s military surplus recycling program, which allows the transfer of military equipment, weapons and training to local police for free or at sharp discounts.

Consider this: In 1980, there were roughly 3,000 SWAT team-style raids in the US. By 2014, that number had grown to more than 80,000 SWAT team raids per year. Given the widespread use of these SWAT teams and the eagerness with which police agencies have embraced them, it’s likely those raids number upwards of 120,000 by now.

There are few communities without a SWAT team today.

No longer reserved exclusively for deadly situations, SWAT teams are now increasingly deployed for relatively routine police matters, with some SWAT teams being sent out as much as five times a day. In the state of Maryland alone, 92 percent of 8200 SWAT missions were used to execute search or arrest warrants.

For example, police in both Baltimore and Dallas have used SWAT teams to bust up poker games.

A Connecticut SWAT team swarmed a bar suspected of serving alcohol to underage individuals.

In Arizona, a SWAT team was used to break up an alleged cockfighting ring.

An Atlanta SWAT team raided a music studio, allegedly out of a concern that it might have been involved in illegal music piracy.

A Minnesota SWAT team raided the wrong house in the middle of the night, handcuffed the three young children, held the mother on the floor at gunpoint, shot the family dog, and then “forced the handcuffed children to sit next to the carcass of their dead pet and bloody pet for more than an hour” while they searched the home.

A California SWAT team drove an armored Lenco Bearcat into Roger Serrato’s yard, surrounded his home with paramilitary troops wearing face masks, threw a fire-starting flashbang grenade into the house, then when Serrato appeared at a window, unarmed and wearing only his shorts, held him at bay with rifles. Serrato died of asphyxiation from being trapped in the flame-filled house. Incredibly, the father of four had done nothing wrong. The SWAT team had misidentified him as someone involved in a shooting.

These incidents are just the tip of the iceberg.

Nationwide, SWAT teams have been employed to address an astonishingly trivial array of nonviolent criminal activity or mere community nuisances: angry dogs, domestic disputes, improper paperwork filed by an orchid farmer, and misdemeanor marijuana possession, to give a brief sampling.

If these raids are becoming increasingly common and widespread, you can chalk it up to the “make-work” philosophy, by which police justify the acquisition of sophisticated military equipment and weapons and then rationalize their frequent use.

Mind you, SWAT teams originated as specialized units that were supposed to be dedicated to defusing extremely sensitive, dangerous situations (that language is almost identical to the language being used to rationalize adding armed robots to local police agencies). They were never meant to be used for routine police work such as serving a warrant.

As the role of paramilitary forces has expanded, however, to include involvement in nondescript police work targeting nonviolent suspects, the mere presence of SWAT units has actually injected a level of danger and violence into police-citizen interactions that was not present as long as these interactions were handled by traditional civilian officers.

Indeed, a study by Princeton University concludes that militarizing police and SWAT teams “provide no detectable benefits in terms of officer safety or violent crime reduction.” The study, the first systematic analysis on the use and consequences of militarized force, reveals that “police militarization neither reduces rates of violent crime nor changes the number of officers assaulted or killed.”

In other words, warrior cops aren’t making us or themselves any safer.

Americans are now eight times more likely to die in a police confrontation than they are to be killed by a terrorist.

The problem, as one reporter rightly concluded, is:

not that life has gotten that much more dangerous, it’s that authorities have chosen to respond to even innocent situations as if they were in a warzone.”

Now add killer robots into that scenario.

How long before these armed, militarized robots, authorized to use lethal force against American citizens, become as commonplace as SWAT teams and just as deadly?

Likewise, how long before mistakes are made, technology gets hacked or goes haywire, robots are deployed based on false or erroneous information, and innocent individuals get killed in the line of fire?

And who will shoulder the blame and the liability for rogue killer robots? Given the government’s track record when it comes to sidestepping accountability for official misconduct through the use of qualified immunity, it’s completely feasible that they’d get a free pass here, too.

In the absence of any federal regulations or guidelines to protect Americans against what could eventually become autonomous robotic SWAT teams equipped with artificial intelligence, surveillance and lethal weapons, “we the people” are left defenseless.

We’re gaining ground fast on the kind of autonomous, robotic assassins that Terminator envisioned would be deployed by 2029.

If these killer robots follow the same trajectory as militarized weapons, which, having been deployed to local police agencies as part of the Pentagon’s 1033 recycling program, are turning America into a battlefield, it’s just a matter of time before they become the first line of defense in interactions between police and members of the public.

Some within the robotics industry have warned against weaponizing general-purpose robots, which could be used “to invade civil rights or to threaten, harm, or intimidate others.”

Yet it may already be too late for that.

As Sam Biddle writes for The Intercept:

As with any high-tech toy, the temptation to use advanced technology may surpass whatever institutional guardrails the police have in place.”

There are thousands of police robots across the country, and those numbers are growing exponentially. It won’t take much in the way of weaponry and programming to convert these robots to killer robots, and it’s coming.

The first time police used a robot as a lethal weapon was in 2016, when it was deployed with an explosive device to kill a sniper who had shot and killed five police officers.

This scenario has been repeatedly trotted out by police forces eager to add killer robots to their arsenal of deadly weapons. Yet as Paul Scharre, author of Army Of None: Autonomous Weapons And The Future Of War, recognizes, presenting a scenario in which the only two options are to use a robot for deadly force or put law enforcement officers at risk sets up a false choice that rules out any consideration of non-lethal options.

As Biddle concludes:

Once a technology is feasible and permitted, it tends to linger. Just as drones, mine-proof trucks, and Stingray devices drifted from Middle Eastern battlefields to American towns, critics of … police’s claims that lethal robots would only be used in one-in-a-million public emergencies isn’t borne out by history. The recent past is littered with instances of technologies originally intended for warfare mustered instead against, say, constitutionally protected speech, as happened frequently during the George Floyd protests.”

This gradual dismantling of cultural, legal and political resistance to what was once considered unthinkable is what Liz O’Sullivan, a member of the International Committee for Robot Arms Control, refers to asa well-executed playbook to normalize militarization.”

It’s the boiling frog analogy all over again, and yet there’s more at play than just militarization or suppressing dissent.

There’s a philosophical underpinning to this debate over killer robots that we can’t afford to overlook, and that is the government’s expansion of its power to kill the citizenry.

Although the government was established to protect the inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness of the American people, the Deep State has been working hard to strip us of any claims to life and liberty, while trying to persuade us that happiness can be found in vapid pursuits, entertainment spectacles and political circuses.

Having claimed the power to kill through the use of militarized police who shoot first and ask questions later, SWAT team raids, no-knock raids, capital punishment, targeted drone attacks, grisly secret experiments on prisoners and unsuspecting communities, weapons of mass destruction, endless wars, etc., the government has come to view “we the people” as collateral damage in its pursuit of absolute power.

As I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People and in its fictional counterpart The Erik Blair Diaries, we are at a dangerous crossroads.

Not only are our lives in danger. Our very humanity is at stake.

NOTE: This piece was originally published on November 30th, and scheduled for re-publication here prior to San Francisco officials reversing their decision in response to public outcry early this morning.
Constitutional attorney and author John W. Whitehead is founder and president of The Rutherford Institute. His book Battlefield America: The War on the American People (SelectBooks, 2015) is available online at www.amazon.com. Whitehead can be contacted at [email protected]

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wardropper
wardropper
Dec 9, 2022 10:53 PM

The good news is that it’s going to be funny watching those things climb steep staircases and fire escapes – like Dr. Who’s Daleks – and they don’t look difficult to sabotage – or hack, for that matter. As far as San Francisco is concerned: If the citizens of that cute city are seriously willing to put up with The Board of Supervisors’ decision, then they can damn well live with the consequences. Just exactly what is that Board supposed to be supervising anyway . . .? Runaway government doesn’t seem to be on its list. “Terminator III” is subtitled, “Rise of the Machines”, and it is rather striking that those movies don’t have any human bad guys in them; just the opposing terminators. The inventors and developers – who are the real enemy of mankind – remain in the shadows. In real life – at least so far –… Read more »

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Dec 9, 2022 3:33 PM

Nothing out of the ordinary… After all a degenerate animal like the uman can only follow this path.

It’ll be FUN to see the first GUN robot culled uman animal!

Will they also do a background check on the robots?

Howard
Howard
Dec 9, 2022 3:36 AM

Apparently there was sufficient pushback to make the city council reverse its earlier approval of the program. Here’s an article about that reversal.

Victory! San Francisco Bans Police “Killer Robots”…For Now – Global ResearchGlobal Research – Centre for Research on Globalization

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 7:32 AM
Reply to  Howard

The oligarchy pretends to concede, and bides the time to renege by stealth when the opponents tire or de-escalate. -Karl Marx 1867, Eugene Debs 1894; Theodore Kaczynski, c. 1995

Voz 0db
Voz 0db
Dec 9, 2022 3:34 PM
Reply to  Howard

That’s very sad news…

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Dec 8, 2022 10:29 PM

I like good old Harry Bosch (Michael Connelly). He still has a conscience.

Luís
Luís
Dec 8, 2022 8:52 PM

That’s what might happen in a country where civilians are allowed to carry guns… like in the old wild west…
🙄
These people don’t know the police and military have radiation and energy weapon which would fry anyone in seconds? Through the walls???

niko
niko
Dec 8, 2022 8:37 PM
Penelope
Penelope
Dec 8, 2022 8:29 PM

ARE QUANTUM DOTS LIKE HAVING ROBOTS IN YOUR BLOOD?

Quantum dots are semiconductor materials having optical properties. Are they being weaponized?

Could the techies on the site like Paul & Mgeo & others please evaluate the 2d link below.

” We need to develop genetic engineering technologies and techniques to be able to write circuitry for cells and predictably program biology in the same way in which we write software and program computers. . . .” — Exec Order 14081

https://www.bitchute.com/video/Hed3SZnY4Yp3/  K Kingston most elementary

https://karenkingston.substack.com/p/part-5-dismantling-the-covid-19-deceptions  
More in-depth

Much info about Quantum dots (QDs) on Pubmed, too.

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 7:58 AM
Reply to  Penelope

For the 2nd. link: Page Not Found.

I have no specific input beyond this:
:- Quantum dot was associated with secretive comminication hidden on paper.
:- The jab tyranny has normalised just about any experimentation on people.
:- There was some vague talk of hydrogels in jabs.
:- From drops of the covid jab at room temperature, some people have used ordinary microscopes to produce photos and videos – around a year ago with no further follow-up or refutation: (a) what looks like multi-limbed octopus-like creatures (b) self-assembling antennae or circuits.

Jeff the Beast
Jeff the Beast
Dec 8, 2022 7:22 PM

This should be used to eliminate those fucking antivaxxer, MAGA, rashist assholes in order to stop FAKE NEWS!!!

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 8:00 PM
Reply to  Jeff the Beast

Hey guys, we caught one. Careful getting it off the hook, it can only nip but it’s poisonous. 🤣

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Dec 8, 2022 10:23 PM
Reply to  Jeff the Beast

How about a more peaceful solution. You get your regular shots, while others walk another path. Promise we won’t mingle.

dom irritant
dom irritant
Dec 9, 2022 7:30 AM
Reply to  Jeff the Beast

rashist………are you drunk?

Mark EL
Mark EL
Dec 9, 2022 7:43 AM
Reply to  dom irritant

rashist…..are you the spirit of Sean Connery?

David G. Horsman
David G. Horsman
Dec 9, 2022 1:31 PM
Reply to  Jeff the Beast

Is left fascism a myth? Sure it is. Democrats are right wing Nazis loving extremists. 😁

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Dec 8, 2022 7:08 PM

The robots you should be worried about aren’t these clunky things but the automatic guns that Israel has installed in some locations in the West Bank. They currently fire only ‘non-lethal’ rounds. They have to be told remotely to fire but they identify and track targets automatically.

Its a product of “Smart Shooter” Check out their product offerings on their website. Then look at those klunky old robots — and laugh.

ophiaps
ophiaps
Dec 8, 2022 6:57 PM

How cute, reminds me of short circuit.
I got nothing to hide so machines carrying weapons dont bother me.

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wardropper
wardropper
Dec 9, 2022 11:03 PM
Reply to  ophiaps

You’ve overlooked the obvious possibility that the machine carrying weapons might be programmed not to care whether you have something to hide . . .

Edwige
Edwige
Dec 8, 2022 4:13 PM
WillianHill
WillianHill
Dec 8, 2022 4:12 PM

Off topic I know, but am I daft to think that the wave of strep A cases in the UK are just more cover for yet another Jab side effect? I’d like to know how many were ‘vaccinated’.

semaj
semaj
Dec 8, 2022 6:21 PM
Reply to  WillianHill

My thoughts also.

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 8:10 PM
Reply to  WillianHill

Even our dumbed down GP’s would’t fall for that one. Strep A is well recognised and is a bacterial condition most of us probably carry to one degree or another.

It’s being touted by the BBC as a consequence of coming out of lockdown, implicitly implying lockdowns were good and we should still be suffering them. One BBC article doesn’t even explain that it’s a common bacteria, just that it’s “highly contagious”.

“Since Covid restrictions eased, there are more opportunities for infections like this to spread. Cases have been increasing in recent weeks.

While most people do not get extremely sick, the highly contagious bacterium that causes the infection can cause serious illness and complications.”

Note: “While most people do not get extremely sick…….”

Most people don’t get sick at all.

https://www.bbc.com/news/health-63836093

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 8:04 AM
Reply to  WillianHill

To quote Marilyn Shepard’s pithy reply: It’s the f.. masks.

DavidF
DavidF
Dec 8, 2022 4:11 PM

OT but, it would seem from FlightRadar that commercial flights are overflying Ukraine and Crimea.
Has a diplomatic solution to the “war” been reached ? The MSM are quiet.

Balgorg
Balgorg
Dec 9, 2022 9:28 AM
Reply to  DavidF

I checked this out, but I still only see the gaping hole where planes are avoiding the area. I wonder if you took some screenshot to back that up?
What you might have witnessed was a tactic employed by Russia, by sending in drone jumbo jets to make targeting their missiles difficult, as if a jet gets downed they can point fingers.?

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Dec 8, 2022 3:10 PM

Interesting story all around. Given that the defund the police movement across the country has led to severe shortages of police officers as those who could retire, did. Many others simply quit because they could. The remaining police don’t police and are constantly targeted and attacked. Criminals have become brazen because of it. Most urban centers are no longer safe day or night. Fewer and fewer families are traveling to downtown shopping centers to celebrate the holidays or anything else. And keep this in mind; According to the MSM, all those protests were “Peaceful”. As police department personnel numbers dwindle and the cities become less and less safe what are they to do? Especially those metro centers that have Soros backed District Attorney’s that refuse to put perpetrators in jail. Anyone who commits a crime is a victim and needs “training”. Not incarceration. At least, that is the reasoning. I… Read more »

Ananda
Ananda
Dec 8, 2022 3:30 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

Most urban centers are no longer safe day or night. Fewer and fewer families are traveling to downtown shopping centers to celebrate the holidays or anything else.

bullshit

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Dec 8, 2022 7:06 PM
Reply to  Ananda

Sorry Ananda. They are not. Anyone who believes cities are safe is delusional or too young to have ever known what is was like when cities were much safer. There have always been risks but now the risks are not worth it. Spent most of my life going in and out of Chicago for my job and recreation. As a child the risks were limited. But now I would never risk my grandchildren in The City. Never. Downtown events regularly have hundreds of police lining the common routes used by spectators. Stragglers and those that use unusual routes beware. Chances are you WILL be robbed and possibly murdered. And riding public transportation….. Often rode the EL into downtown for periodic meetings. We had to stop using the EL as incidents of harassment by other passengers grew. It is just a matter of time before someone gets hurt. Not worth the… Read more »

ophiaps
ophiaps
Dec 8, 2022 9:37 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

Chances are you WILL be robbed and possibly murdered. And riding public transportation…

You sound like a fragile, your daughter sounds like bubble wrapped baby.
Maybe stop watching fear porn fake news and dont spread the lies on here.

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Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Dec 9, 2022 11:07 AM
Reply to  ophiaps

Very funny. The “bubble” IS the MSM. The dedicated leftists don’t want to shed a negative light on Democrat run cities. Ignorance is bliss……. until you are murdered.

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 9:07 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

I have mixed feelings. I’m an ex UK cop, I too have mixed feelings for many of the reasons you raise. There is something critical missing from this report, deliberately I suspect, and that is the question of autonomy. With robot assistance, as it exists, someone still has to pull the trigger, and someone has to issue the order to pull the trigger. Those two people are directly answerable for their actions. Had a gunman shot and killed five of my colleagues (likely to be friends) I would have been calling in a nuclear strike never mind an explosive bloody robot. In my opinion, US gun policy is entirely reasonable, in that it’s a defence against an authoritarian government. But why would a man in the street need a handgun to protect himself against the state? Someone introduced the concept of self defence as a reason for carrying arms, but… Read more »

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Dec 9, 2022 11:18 AM
Reply to  HotScot

I agree with you on accountability for the “trigger man”. I also believe in concealed carry. An armed society is a polite society. In my state if you are stopped in your car by police for anything they instantly know by your license tag whether you are licensed to concealed carry. They have different expectations from those that are licensed. Licensed gun owners are trained, sane and respectful. It’s the people in the other vehicles that are the problem. They don’t know what to expect. Anything can happen.

dom irritant
dom irritant
Dec 9, 2022 7:39 AM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

you are talking about chaos not anarchy

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Dec 9, 2022 11:21 AM
Reply to  dom irritant

Mostly agree. But are you familiar with murder rates in areas of some cities? If that’s not anarchy, I don’t know what is.

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 8:12 AM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

realize that life was better at home
You seem to be commenting on U$. The illegals are invading because your country won’t leave their’s alone, or the appointed satrap is following orders. In any case, your masters need the cheap labour.

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Dec 9, 2022 11:00 AM
Reply to  mgeo

That’s why we are making stuff in China. Dirt cheap labor. Good point on the U.S. invading other countries. We were not the first, however. The introduction of innovations that improved their ways of life contributed to their over populations that led to the migrations. Helping people help themselves has it’s costs. The introductions of Catholicism (and Protestantism) with modern medicine are the real culprits if you want to get down to the nitty gritty. (I hesitate to write this.) Missionaries from the local church (Many other churches also participate in this effort) go to Kenya every year to help improve living conditions in a local semi primitive population where clean water is naturally scarce and the land is marginal at best. With the installation of solar powered wells the population has swelled beyond the carrying capacity of the land. It’s a powder keg about to explode. What will they… Read more »

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 9, 2022 3:43 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

Hello Hemlockfen: I see you’ve aroused the ire of a few readers. Really too bad. Their woke-fullness wouldn’t do diddly for them in a street level confrontation.

Like all the other races, I’m racist too. We should have closed American boarders over 100 years ago. Too late now. Places where I used to live look like Zimbabwe and are about as functional as the Sudan… Ho ray for all members of woke-stricken society.

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Dec 10, 2022 3:16 PM

With experience they will learn. If they survive, that is. Same thing for where I am from. Those that could, got out. Those that stayed lost most of the little that they had left. Michele (Ms. Obama) blames white (white flight) people for the downfall of the neighborhoods. Of course rising crime and the associated urban decay had nothing to do with it. Easy access to city functions, shopping, beaches, etc. via short trips on safe public transportation was invaluable. Once the risks outweighed the benefits (and the benefits were numerous) everyone left. Meanwhile, ruthless realtors handling the sales transactions raked in the cash. Many of those homes are gone and vacant lots overgrown with weeds strewn with junk remain in their stead. Most are owned by the city as the owners of the worthless lots stopped paying the taxes and took total losses on the remains of the family… Read more »

Victor G.
Victor G.
Dec 8, 2022 1:47 PM
  • We will know that we have arrived when the PTB start issuing guidelines for respectful interactions with robots and AI.
  • Things like saying, “Fuck off you soulless heap of scrap metal” as you spray it’s mechanical eye with vinegar from squirt gun will be prohibited and, of course, sanctioned.
Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Dec 8, 2022 10:34 PM
Reply to  Victor G.

Not vinegar, paint! Ditto for all the spy cameras.

Freecus
Freecus
Dec 8, 2022 1:37 PM

The Central Banks have, for over a century, been working towards this level of global control through debt.
Agenda2030 is their attempt at a new digital, social/economic/e-governance control system.
The ‘thugs’ are a huge problem & a distraction, but the real focus & clarity needs to be on the system that enables them.

WillianHill
WillianHill
Dec 8, 2022 1:50 PM
Reply to  Freecus

There is no global anything,….. and my bank has never told me what to do.

I find your line of lazy thinking very damaging because it hides the real culprits, the real criminals behind a fabricated fantasy. Our whole society has benefited greatly from the banking system, it is not the problem, it is a tool of others to enact evil.
US Empire is using these tools to survive, it is not the aim in itself, they are doing whatever it takes.

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 9:23 PM
Reply to  WillianHill

I can’t entirely disagree with that, although our banking industry has not served the public well, mostly because of government interference. Begging the question, why do we bother with politicians when they are the monkeys and the banks are grinding the organ. The problem now comes when banks control what you do, say, eat or drive, and whether you do any of those. Digital banking has that potential. My approach is not to run around with my hair on fire condemning it, rather, I question how those centralised excesses can be avoided, with a system that is inevitable. As coins were the evolution of shells, and paper money the evolution of coins, if we are to evolve as an intelligent species, what then is our next step when we have the means of convenient exchange at our fingertips. Paper money was considered the work of the devil by those who… Read more »

Penelope
Penelope
Dec 8, 2022 11:32 PM
Reply to  HotScot

Hotscot, in the present political environment there is NO doubt that digital currency wd be used against us. In particular it wd be used to compel “vaccines” the intent of which is to kill and/or enslave.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Dec 9, 2022 8:30 AM
Reply to  HotScot

Heh Brodrick Crawford
Are you an American or an ex UK cop-per We have the Royal Mint what do think been happening to it for the last 60 years. Sitting in the London Dungeon ya Golbal investing toe rag.rozzer.

dom irritant
dom irritant
Dec 9, 2022 7:47 AM
Reply to  WillianHill

so who are the ‘real culprits/criminals’ ?

Howard
Howard
Dec 8, 2022 1:31 PM

And not one mention of the killer robots’ silent partner – those without whose acceptance none of what the Whiteheads mention in their article would be possible: the “silent” majority.

I can assure you if a poll were taken, the majority of Americans would overwhelmingly approve of every police measure up to and including these robots. Americans practically worship soldiers and cops, who in the public’s eyes can do no wrong.

America’s well-armed “protectors” roam the streets much like the spike proteins roam the people’s bloodstreams.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 8, 2022 2:35 PM
Reply to  Howard

Hello Howard. Yes. Those who open fire on the wrong suspect, kick down doors on the wrong house, intimidate drivers with a drawn weapon, because they’ve got a turn signal out, are wholeheartedly loved and fucked by loving wives and/or husbands. Their kids give them a big hug at bedtime, and their fathers and mothers wax proudly that their offspring are such fine members of society. Ya. A society of complete fucking morons…

ophiaps
ophiaps
Dec 8, 2022 6:59 PM
Reply to  Howard

TV have normalize them
Robot wars was massive

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martin horgan
martin horgan
Dec 8, 2022 12:59 PM

Thing is, there’s a lot of Tinkers and scrap merchants would weigh them in in a heart beat 😉

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 8, 2022 12:48 PM

So we have this, 1 day old article:

Rod Stewart’s 11-Year-Old Son Was Rushed To Hospital For A Suspected Heart Attack | ETCanada.com

and we have this:

Rod Stewart: Only triple-vaccinated guests can come to Christmas do | Metro News

I don’t want to jump to conclusions, but has Rod insisted his son take the jab? There are loads of stories of him getting iffy about non vaxxed people, telling people to get away from him due to covid concerns and stipulating vaxxed only at his gig etc. Very strange for his 11 year old son, who presumably is very well cared for, to collapse in this way.

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 8, 2022 12:49 PM
Reply to  Mucho

‘It makes me angry’: Rod Stewart blasts unvaccinated – NZ Herald Sir Rod Stewart will only allow those who have had their third Covid-19 vaccine to attend his Christmas party.The 76-year-old rock star slammed those who have chosen not to take the vaccine, branding them as “killers” and spoke of how he has banned anyone unvaccinated from attending his festive get together.He said: “It makes me angry, especially in America where they talk about “It’s my right, it’s my freedom’. No it’s not! Because you are a killer, and you can be killed. We have a big party at the house every year. We have a marquee and a band. We’re just going to make sure everybody has been tested. It’s dead simple. If you haven’t been tested, if you haven’t got the two vaccines and the booster, you can’t come.”The ‘Maggie May’ hitmaker – who has been married to… Read more »

Victor G.
Victor G.
Dec 8, 2022 1:43 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Show up with 10 grams of coke and watch the doors swing wide open.

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 9:26 PM
Reply to  Victor G.

🤣

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 8, 2022 2:39 PM
Reply to  Mucho

“Sir” Rod Stewart will die alone as a fully vaccinated idiot. Good riddance.

wardropper
wardropper
Dec 9, 2022 11:11 PM

You know, Rod . . . I wouldn’t want to go to your party – even if I were invited, which I won’t be.
We have nothing in common.

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 8, 2022 3:15 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Peter McCullough, who is a genuine and senior expert in cardiology in the US (although he is a massive proponent of convid being real and there are major question marks about him as there should be for all the “stars” we are served, as The Scum love to fill the stage with their own actors), confirms in this interview that spike protein is being manufactured in the hearts and brains of all jabbed. That and the fact that the mRNA is likely to be a permanent fixture in the body and the process of making the spike protein will never end, due to reverse transcriptase, something which has been flagged up and covered since the start of the mRNA jabfest. This gives credence to what Dolores Cahill is saying, that all the mRNA jabbed will be dead within 5 years. Shedding Concerns: “It Looks Like the mRNA is Transferring from… Read more »

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 9:45 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Covid is real, why do you imagine the world shit itself when it was announced?

It was a gain of function experiment that escaped the lab.

Every major government in the world has gain of function research so knew the potential of this experimental pathogen.

Covid escaped from Wuhan and no government official or scientist had a clue how bad it was so they shit themselves because they understood how bad it could be.

All hell broke lose and no government could possibly say “we know the potential because we run the same experiments ourselves, unbeknown to you peons”.

If you deny the disease existed you deny the collusion of government’s experimenting with gain of function bio weapons.

You then cut off any means of holding the government to account. They love people like you.

dom irritant
dom irritant
Dec 9, 2022 8:01 AM
Reply to  HotScot

the world shat itself because a huge percentage of the population are incapable of thinking for themselves, behaviour is a virus for which there is no cure, you are hypnotised and do not even know it

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 9, 2022 2:05 PM
Reply to  HotScot

Sorry but there is no evidence of a super killer virus anywhere. The so called gain of function virus that strangely has exactly the same mortality rate as the common flu which just happened to go missing in 2020 – so there was no flu, but there was convid which had no distinguishable symptoms – authorities were using criteria such as “any respiratory symptom, any severity” to characterise covid. In other words, there is no evidence of a novel novel gain of function virus. Look at world population levels. They grew in 2020, consistent with every year preceding it. We have evidence that the government deliberately murdered thousands of elderly patients in homes with Midazolam, under the instruction of Celebrity Spawn of Satan, Matt Hancock, to create the illusion of a “wave”. Covid is pure crime and terrorism, over nothing, from known terrorists and criminals like the British Government. The… Read more »

wardropper
wardropper
Dec 9, 2022 11:13 PM
Reply to  HotScot

Actually, “the world” didn’t shit itself.
At worst, a couple of pseudo-scientists said, “Ooops!” and moved calmly on to Phase Two of the experiment.

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 8:32 AM
Reply to  Mucho

1 in 500 could be “uncommon”. The industry classifies a harmful (“adverse”) effect as “rare” if it affects 1/1,000 to 1/10,000 subjects, regardless of severity; any lower frequency is “very rare”. -WHO 2016

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 8, 2022 3:36 PM
Reply to  Mucho
Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Dec 8, 2022 5:59 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Just one more moron who didn’t even bother to listen to his masters on that stupid shot – IT DOES NOT PREVENT TRANSMISSION ASSHOLE. I know, barking at the moon but for God’s sake, can these people even get that one little point straight in their idiotic heads? I guess it’s probably brain damage from that vax? We refuseniks are the killers? No Rod, it’s people like you who are the killers – selfish, hysterical idiots who think nothing of demanding others take a chance with the pharma poison so that you “feel safe.” Wonder what old Rod is gonna do when all his house servants, who he obviously demanded get shot up and boosted multiple times, drop dead on him whilst cleaning out his shitter? Think he’ll give a crap about that, to use a bad pun? Think he’ll be down there scrubbing out his own toilet? Or will… Read more »

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 9:51 PM
Reply to  Lizzyh7

You’re missing the point.

Clotshots ensure you don’t suffer as badly from covid as ‘antivaxxers’.

The trick is then, to condemn the vaccinated injured witnesses as antivaxxers.

I have 3 shells and a pea.

Watch carefully………

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 9:28 PM
Reply to  Mucho

We’re all vaccinated and safe. But we’re scared of the antivaxxers…….

I’m sure there’s sense there somewhere, I’m just to dumb to figure it out.

Hele
Hele
Dec 9, 2022 5:48 AM
Reply to  Mucho

The guy is an idiot and has been for decades.

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 8, 2022 3:34 PM
Reply to  Mucho

My bad, it was a panic attack, according to the story. Lesson learned – don’t fall for the stories designed to discredit.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Dec 8, 2022 6:02 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Well, when one is the child of a hysterical asshole, no wonder the kid has major anxiety issues. Perhaps the tot was near some unvaccinated person and freaked out, along with his tough guy dad?

As for stories designed to discredit, I think Rod’s own words discredit him plenty. But then I’m an unclean unvaxxed so what do I know.

George Mc
George Mc
Dec 8, 2022 5:38 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Rod reveals – as so many have already done – that almost the entire “Rock school” generation are criminally brainless absorbers of media medico manure. Thus do they attempt to fool themselves in their now disintegrating hipster palace of plastic.

rubberheid
rubberheid
Dec 8, 2022 9:44 PM
Reply to  George Mc

that’s a good one geo ; )

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 9:54 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Clapton is woke……In that he’s awoken.

Recovered and back on stage so gone kind of quiet on the issue. But as long as he’s OK, that’s cool.

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 8:35 AM
Reply to  George Mc

MSM: mainstream manure?

niko
niko
Dec 8, 2022 12:11 PM

There’s been a thin line between civil and martial law in the US. Their distinction traditionally has drawn upon legal precedent like the Posse Comitatus Act, passed with the end of post-Civil War Reconstruction to assure former Confederate states that occupation by federal troops was henceforth prohibited. Then the southern states reconstructed former slave patrols into a police-and-prison system to enforce Jim Crow segregation and effective occupation upon emancipated Blacks. And federal troops were deployed to ‘Injun country’ to complete colonial conquest and occupation of the continent. (Of course, the rights of citizens may be preserved in these and other instances (e.g., immigrants) of groups subjected to government’s monopoly of violence when the latter are deemed second-class or non-citizens, if not non-human.) Posse Comitatus originally applied to the US Army only. It’s eventually come to include other branches of the armed forces, but as late as 1956 (Air Force) and… Read more »

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 8, 2022 2:53 PM
Reply to  niko

nico: Excellent comment. The introduction of SWAT teams in the mid-1960’s sealed the deal. >

Excerpt from Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Farewell Address to the Nation
January 17, 1961
 
“Until the latest of our world conflicts, the United States had no armaments industry. American makers of plowshares could, with time and as required, make swords as well. But we can no longer risk emergency improvisation of national defense. We have been compelled to create a permanent armaments industry of vast proportions. Added to this, three and a half million men and women are directly engaged in the defense establishment. We annually spend on military security alone more than the net income of all United States corporations.”

Eisenhower’s Farewell Address to the Nation (ucdavis.edu)

No one listened…

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 8, 2022 2:57 PM
Reply to  niko

Also:

“The prospect of domination of the nation’s scholars by Federal employment, project allocations, and the power of money is present and is gravely to be regarded. Yet, in holding scientific research and discovery in respect, as we should, we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.”

– Dwight D. Eisenhower –
(October 14, 1890 -March 28, 1969)

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 8:38 AM

Its almost enough to make us forget what he did in Germany after the war ended.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 9, 2022 3:14 PM
Reply to  mgeo

Seems all our heroes die with our blood on their hands…

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 10:01 PM
Reply to  niko

Now in the new abnormal we the people, guilty until proven innocent

The foundation of totalitarianism.

George Mc
George Mc
Dec 8, 2022 11:50 AM

As the wealth disparity grows exponentially the paranoia of the rulers does likewise. This is why their entire project is doomed. The more they throw into protecting themselves, the more nervous they get, the more still they spend etc.

It’s a disaster waiting to happen. The entire system will collapse and no amount of killer robots will save them.

Edwige
Edwige
Dec 8, 2022 11:04 AM

It’s the classic destruction/construction dialectic – they created the conditions for crime in SF and now have the solution of increased repression. Removing the conditions that create most of the crime in the first place is never an option.

Military robotics already have the capacity to kill without human intervention after the initial programming. See the last two chapters of Annie Jacobsen’s THE PENTAGON’S BRAIN. DARPA started the ‘Smart Weapons’ Programme’ back in 1983 under the slogan “the battlefield is no place ofr human beings”. THis where one’s meant to mention Skynet which shows the point of ‘predictive programming’, that fiction preps us and gives us a framework for discussion of their plans.

Robots are actually less creepy than drugged or implanted soldiers/cops – at least it’s clear what one’s dealing with.

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 8:50 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Analysis of official reports for Pakistan and Yemen for 2002-11 to 2014-08 show each targetted person getting killed an average of 3 times. One person required 7 attempts. The bombs killed a total of ~1,147 other unidentified peeople: 28 times as many as the intended targets. -reprieve.org 2014

Bizarre beliefs that have permeated parts of the imperial military suggests that this may have been deliberate human sacrifice. -Gordon Duff 2022

Pakistanicream
Pakistanicream
Dec 8, 2022 11:02 AM

It’s partially the fault of ordinary people who approve of the police action, governments and billionaires (i.e. Musk). Governments are only powerful because sufficient ordinary people allow them to get away with their oppression. Only when the harm comes to themselves do they change their mind.

HotScot
HotScot
Dec 8, 2022 10:07 PM
Reply to  Pakistanicream

Is it possible to be wealthy and honest?

And I mean, is every wealthy man compelled to change the world?

Musk sells electric cars, he sends rockets into space (have you ever seen those things landing on earth again!?…..amazing) and builds tunnels.

Has he ever expressed a desire to change humanity through vaccinations like Gates, or the geopolitical desire to change the culture of the world like Schwab?

Nope, he bought Twitter, so now he’s all bad.

PS – like the AI he discusses hasn’t been talked about in sci fi magazines going back generations?

Ananda
Ananda
Dec 8, 2022 9:49 AM

I take it serious when the Killer Robots are dancing!
First we had Dancing Israelis celebrating in the streets on 9/11 (which inflamed the public in outrageous indignation) then we had Dancing Nurses who appeared quizzically under-tasked by Covid duties and now we have equally bizarre Dancing Soldiers in a time of *perceived* peril. humanvibration

Defense of Ukraine @DefenceU · Dec 5
Ukraine government organization Morning Pikachu Dance. Winter has never been an obstacle to a good mood. by Operative #UAarmy

https://twitter.com/i/status/1599644738189070337

the other side is just as active.
https://twitter.com/i/status/1599773883187417088

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 8, 2022 12:16 PM
Reply to  Ananda

The dancing nurses and the ENORMOUS floor sized Coronavirus symbol (the sea mine image with spikes) at the 2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony, courtesy of the same “team” I would say. It’s like a serial killer leaving a mark, these terrorists and occultists like to use dancing as part of their ritual being performed on the public. Dancing commonly features in rituals, no?

Interestingly, the Reuters “fact check” of claims that the London Olympics Opening Ceremony was some kind of Coronavirus predictive programming ritual on account of the fact there is a huge coronavirus symbol revealed twice, doesn’t make a single mention of said giant Coronavirus symbol which is clearly on display there twice during the ritual, sorry ceremony. Funny that. It’s almost as if they have something to hide…….

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Esmeralda
Esmeralda
Dec 8, 2022 12:35 PM
Reply to  Mucho

I do believe that there’s a lot of predictive programming that takes place…but are you sure this hasn’t been photoshopped?
How were those blue extensions of the virus created coming out of the stadium? This is what the stadium looks like.

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Mucho
Mucho
Dec 8, 2022 9:17 PM
Reply to  Esmeralda

Oh it’s 1000% real, you can watch the video of it here. It pans in and out twice during the ritual. These scammers are laughing in everyone’s face with this crap.

Coronavirus was predicted in The Opening Ceremony of The London Olympics Games 2012 (bitchute.com)

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 8, 2022 9:20 PM
Reply to  Mucho

This clip shows it in the first scene, for the impatient people. I have not watched the whole vid but the opening shot is what you are looking for:

Coronavirus was predicted in The Opening Ceremony of The London Olympics Games 2012 (bitchute.com)

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 8, 2022 9:29 PM
Reply to  Esmeralda

You’re right, the photo I posted is photoshopped to put the symbol on the stadium (I thought it looked a bit odd), however the video footage I linked to shows for sure, 100%, that the huge blue coronavirus symbol was part of the ritual, and it appears twice during the proceedings. I posted that photo in haste but I knew the comment was correct about the blue coronavirus symbol because I have watched the video of it many times. Careless, apologies

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 8, 2022 9:39 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Nope I apologise, after watching it again, it is definitely photoshopped, it’s a fake. Thanks for pointing that out!

Mucho
Mucho
Dec 9, 2022 1:33 PM
Reply to  Mucho

Ok I don’t even think this is supposed to be a fake, it is trying to show the stadium was in the shape of a coronavirus sea mine, by superimposing the image. Which makes me look even more stupid lol. I saw it as part of the ritual because of a presentation I watched, ages ago, reviewing the video I have posted, where the presenter asserted that this blue coronavirus ball was part of the ritual, but this video does not make any reference to it, it merely overlays it to show the shape. So I don’t think the video linked to above means to deceive, as it is actually quite obviously photoshopped. It doesn’t take away form the rest of the content though, which does strongly point to ritual.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Dec 8, 2022 9:35 AM

Palestinians

Now we are all Palestinians.

Ananda
Ananda
Dec 8, 2022 11:04 AM

According to Juden Peterstein deluded logic, if your not doing anything with it then, anyone can take it….

“The J*ws have taken the land and made something of it.”Jordan Peterson interviews Benjamin Netanyahu for the Isr**li intelligence-linked platform, The Daily Wire.

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 9:01 AM
Reply to  Ananda

That is like a clueless or corrupt official responding to a complaint by asking you to be constructive: providing ideas or volunteering.

Willem
Willem
Dec 8, 2022 8:49 AM

They don’t want to unroll the technique. What they want is the grant.

And they’ll get the grant as long as they leave us fighting over whether robocop (what an old idea) is or is not beneficial for society.

Funny fact is, who knows that their technique works?

Does it need to work if all you’re interested in, is the grant?

Which automatically leads to all those other grandiose fearful techniques that lead to

Climate change
Nuclear war
And viral pandemics.

Carol Brouillet
Carol Brouillet
Dec 8, 2022 6:37 AM

It is so over-the-top outrageous that San Francisco wants to spearhead this! Last year we held a 9/11 Truth Film Festival in Oakland, California, just across the Bay and our technical guru had two of the windows of his vehicle smashed and $8000 worth of photographic equipment stolen. It was very valuable stuff which he had placed tracking devices on. The thieves took it to San Francisco, but the police wouldn’t lift a finger or do anything to help him get his stuff back. You really have to wonder, what is the purpose of these police forces? Just who are they protecting? And who are they threatening?

Paul Watson
Paul Watson
Dec 8, 2022 9:01 AM

If they can be trained to pick up discarded syringes and human excrement, they will be worth the investment is SF..

Bob the Hod
Bob the Hod
Dec 8, 2022 9:02 AM

I think we all know the answers to those questions. There’s an old maxim that has served me well and that I will always live by: Never trust a copper.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 8, 2022 3:20 PM

My father used to speak fondly of the local “gendarmes” that walked a beat in his old neighborhood. The peace offices were friendly with the public, and knew everyone in the neighborhood by first name. This would have been late nineteen teens and into the 1920’s. The local cops were armed with a night-stick and carried no firearm. Crime was pretty much nonexistent… This was the former Saint Paul, Minnesota. Not Mayberry, North Carolina…

The firearms came in the late 1920’s, and all respect for “peace officers” fell into the dust bins of history. Most of the original neighborhood cops retired about this time. What a coincidence…

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 9:08 AM

Policing in Japan seems to be like that. The higher-ups tweak the training according to what the oligarchs think suits them (and they can get away with). This may change for a while after popular protest or outrage that follows a major bungle.

Hele
Hele
Dec 8, 2022 6:35 AM

Checking out of this ever-broadening dystopian nightmare is looking pretty good.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Dec 8, 2022 6:08 AM

So the end of Animal Farm now depicts the reality of the US Constitution in 2022. Not protecting the citizenry, just a figleaf allowing old-style dictatorial rulers to hold sway eternally.

mgeo
mgeo
Dec 9, 2022 9:10 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Yet, I see many earnest references to that hallowed document here.

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Dec 8, 2022 5:23 AM

“Having claimed the power to kill through the use of militarized police who shoot first and ask questions later, SWAT team raids, no-knock raids, capital punishment, targeted drone attacks, grisly secret experiments on prisoners and unsuspecting communities, weapons of mass destruction, endless wars, etc., the government has come to view “we the people” as collateral damage in its pursuit of absolute power.” Ya, there’s the governments, or rather those that control the governments, but what about the people who do the dirty work? There seems to be a never ending supply, historically, of people who will do whatever the psychopaths in charge tell them to do. It’s almost like an innate human instinct for some. Which is the bigger problem or threat, the people who plan, design, and make all these weapons of mass destruction and tyranny, or the people who use these weapons against citizens? Or how about the… Read more »

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 8, 2022 3:24 PM

Yes. Excellent comment. Everyone loves the asshole they eat and sleep with…

Nicholas Creed
Nicholas Creed
Dec 8, 2022 5:22 AM

Crikey things are escalating. OffGers, I’ve released a new song ‘The Great Reset Not Yet’. Check it out here:

https://odysee.com/@WelcomeToTheDelusion:d/Great-reset-not-yet:a?r=A33uWozQTiTcwBpqxRDk1KPKo2RteGzZ

Penelope
Penelope
Dec 8, 2022 4:28 AM

Oh dear. Such flashbacks. The first time I saw an armed robot was in 1992. Randy Weaver @ Ruby Ridge. They killed a dog, a 14 year old boy and a woman holding a baby. But the robot didn’t do it. Nor did they need a robot at the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco a couple years later. They could’ve arrested David Koresh when he made one of his trips to town. Instead they massacred 82 people, including women and children who were gassed. When they moved on the residents w armoured vehicles their loudspeakers were shouting “You are not under attack.” There were educated people there–lawyers & school teachers. They belonged to a religious sect that was in communication w groups elsewhere. Something about the Queen of England. Never did find out what, but there was a British helicopter overseeing the action at Waco. One of the lawyers got… Read more »

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Dec 8, 2022 3:27 PM
Reply to  Penelope

Penelope: Boom!!! Right on.

les online
les online
Dec 8, 2022 3:49 AM

In recent years governments showed considerable enthusiasm for euthanasia, medically assisted, etc, by legalising the practices under cover of the ‘covid’ psy-op… According to a local Press article, Scotland, Brazil and Austria already allow people as young as 16 to vote. NZs PM Ardern is preparing legislation…The Australian Capital Territory (ACT), and New South Wales (NSW) governments also favour the idea… That ‘thousands of school students marched out of classroom to strike for climate justice’ is suggestive of political maturity, implies the article…And boldly claims ‘They were raised in a digital age that has trained them to discern information and see through spin.’ (SMH 7 Dec ’22)… Buried in the piece is ‘Many young people are being priced out of the housing market while recent research shows the average 18 year old retail worker in every (state) capital city is facing rental stress.’..Ask yourself why is the concern of 18… Read more »

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Dec 8, 2022 9:32 AM
Reply to  les online

Votes mean nothing.

Thinktwice
Thinktwice
Dec 8, 2022 2:40 AM

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Ananda
Ananda
Dec 8, 2022 3:35 PM
Reply to  Thinktwice

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