Wait a minute….I thought calling 911 was a good thing?? Well so did I…..then I heard about a friend’s story. Since this case is still under litigation I will be vague in my details but you will have enough information to understand the message.
My friend was attacked recently by a very large group of people. He called 911 for help and was transferred three times. When the Police finally showed up HE was arrested for a concealed handgun. After several court appearances the case was ready to go to trial. The Prosecution admitted they have zero witnesses. A plea bargain was agreed upon by the defense and the prosecution so the defendant could avoid jail time. The judge decided otherwise and gave my friend ten days in a maximum security prison. How does this happen? One moment my law-abiding friend is calling the local police for help and thirty days later he is in a six by ten foot isolation cell for a crime he did not commit.
If you do not want to be “in play” then stay out of the system. Make that call to 911 and you are in the Rolodex and officially “in play.” Nothing good will ever come out of a visit to your home by the police. Diffuse the situation on your own and go home. Always keep in mind that nothing good ever happens when you answer the front door. If you keep these simple rules in mind you should be able to stay out of jail…….as long as you wear your mask inside the grocery store. 😁😁😁
I have lived in many states in my life and they are all very different yet they all have one thing in common: Government is corrupt and a waste of time and money. You don’t have to move around as much as I have to understand this concept but this corruption knows no state boundaries or city size. If you have money they just salivate at getting you into “the system” so they can bleed your savings and continue to support the aforementioned corruption.
This creates an interesting dichotomy; do you just ignore these “snakes in the grass” or do you stand up and fight for what is right?? I have tried numerous times to utilize my Constitutional rights and every time it has cost me money that goes right back into the system I was attempting to fight. ANYTHING funded by Federal, State or local government is included. This is not indigenous to your local police department regardless of the size of the city you reside in. I urge all Patriots to arm themselves and take on the responsibility of protection for you and your family. Calling the police will only escalate the problem you are trying to diffuse. This is especially true if it involves someone with a mental illness. The police are not trained properly on how to handle this situation and the chances of this ending in a tragic way are greater than you can imagine.
These are turbulent times that call for drastic measures. Obeying the law does not make you immune to the corruption of the government. They are bigger and stronger than you or I. They don’t care how many lies they tell or how many lives they ruin yet knowledge is power. We can still write letters, make calls and use social media. That’s my plan…..what’s yours?
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Danny is at the doctor or hospital at least once a week. Monday he was there for some tests and has a great story to tell. 💉💉💉 Why did Danny have a master key to his high school? 😂😂😂 A phone call to the Tempe Police Department to ask about their arrest of PENIS MAN! Click below and share with a friend please. 🚨🚨🚨
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I used to be a yeller. I would yell at just about everyone and everything. Someone would disagree with me and I would raise my voice. Someone would yell at me and I would be sure to yell back. Someone would cut me off in traffic and I would be sure to yell in anger (now I just flip them off). Recently I had an epiphany: yelling really affects your credibility.
There are three good reasons not to yell:
It takes too much energy. I look at energy as fuel in your tank and yelling just burns too much gas.
If someone yells at you and you take a deep breath, pause and respond with “I’m sorry I didn’t realize what you were saying because you were yelling.” That makes them look like what they truly are; an asshole.
Yelling leads to anger. Think of all the times you made bad decisions in your life. Chances are it was preceded by you yelling and then followed by making a bad judgment. The only exception I can think of is years ago doing too many shots of patron and waking up to see two female tundra twins making ham sandwiches in my kitchen while passing a crack pipe.
When is the last time that yelling lead to a positive result? Yelling at a loved one makes you feel bad afterwards. Yelling at your spouse or better half usually leads to a slap in the face or at the very least a slamming of a door. Yelling at a cop will never get you out of a ticket and yelling at a water park while making balloon animals and wearing clown makeup will get you arrested. Perhaps the latter was not the best example.
Life is too short. Realize there are a lot of stupid people in this world and try laughing at them instead of yelling at them. I may not be the smartest person in the world but it’s amazing how people will suddenly view you as a superior intellectual just because you don’t react to adversity by raising your voice. So this week try to remain calm, cool and collected or I may just have to yell at you.
So I’m sitting here watching the chaos in Charlotte, North Carolina and I think I have it figured out. Don’t judge the many by the actions of a few. I understand the frustration that people have regarding excessive force but black cop shooting black guy doesn’t equate to “beat the shit out of white people.”
Did the cop use excessive force? I don’t know I wasn’t there. Will an investigation determine who was at fault? I don’t know as I don’t fully trust “investigations.” What I do know is this: there are two kinds of people in this world, good and bad. The conversation should start and end there. Apply that belief to any situation and it takes race and ethnicity out of the conversation. Is there racism in our society? Yes. It’s permeated by those that are bad. Is there corruption in law enforcement in this country? Yes. Again these would be the bad people. See how easy this is? Let’s continue. Is there corruption in any business in this country? Yes. Once again my theory applies.
This should not be about race this should be about stopping the bad and promoting the good. If something bad happens and you react in a bad way then you become part of the problem and not the solution. We all have experienced frustration. When we let frustration turn into anger we usually make bad decisions and we then become part of the bad. Bad also affects the credibility of your cause. If you want to fight the bad then you need to be part of the good otherwise your desired solution is clouded by your bad reaction.
The sun will go down tonight in Charlotte and people will have the chance to make a decision. Will it be bad or good? Only time will tell but at this point I think we are moving backward instead of forward; and that’s very bad.