Bill Maher Rails Against Militarized Police Culture in Outstanding Monologue

Bill Maher Rails Against Militarized Police Culture in Outstanding Monologue

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVywCqvmC0E

 

Thank you Bill Maher.  Great to see comedians speak out about the police state surrounding Americans and the daily slaughter of innocent Americans  in front of our eyes.

Power concedes nothing.   Police, power, weapons and now military weapons…

…Imagine American citizens as poorly armed  Palestinians and our government private partnerships with the élite as well-armed, powerful and financially wealthy Israelis.

Compound that thought  with  the obey or die  uniformed forces as the Israeli military wannabes.

Can’t imagine, can you?  But that already started…subtle nuances scattered over the country and little media coverage.  Admittedly, there is no lack of noises to distract, prevent concentration  and thought.

What do we do? While you ponder, read more about Bill Maher’s feuds (scroll down pass the video).  He has everyone pissed off for his honesty or “antics”.

Bill Maher’s Feuds

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/19/bill-maher-militarized-police-culture_n_5602105.html

 

 

 

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