Let’s Play Police State

Sunday, August 15, 2010
Posted in category police state

I noticed this hideous thing while looking at bicycle helmets at REI: The kids helmet for girls is nice and pink, with flowers. The boys helmet is a police state knockoff, just perfect for the young’un with low self-esteem. Perhaps the helmet comes with the first three brush cuts for free, a taser of the buyer’s choice, and free lessons on how to walk, talk, and harass like a soldier of the state?

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7 Responses to Let’s Play Police State

  1. rtaylortitle says:

    August 15th, 2010 at 7:29 pm

    Between public screwls (tax extorted endoctrination centers) and unthinking parents, we’re being set up perfectly for the coming dystopian world.

  2. cousin lucky says:

    August 15th, 2010 at 8:15 pm

    The first thing that came into my mind from your post, Ms De Coster, was the
    ” Victory At Sea ” films that preceded the Saturday morning cartoons on television when I was twelve years old.

    Back then the mindset was every male had to be some kind of soldier!! At 66 years of age it is clear to see how my mind got twisted about some things because some adults in authority demanded that everyone adopt their thinking!!

  3. dean says:

    August 15th, 2010 at 8:41 pm

    Did you happen to catch this bit of police state nastiness?

    Kops break into home, find nothing, charge owner with disorderly house


  4. Jeannie Queenie says:

    August 16th, 2010 at 12:22 am

    Anyone having anything to do with schools in recent years knows that they are virtual prisons now. Our Schools are Graveyards for Freedom is a video worth viewing…http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZ2FdBxmUIM
    We see states prepping kids for futures as cops or victims of same, thus
    assuring future generations of kids towing the line, or better yet, being part of the all seeing eye of statist govt.

    Earlier this year one Todd of New Jersey had this to say about school as prison for kids….”When I was in high school, adults would laugh when I told them that every year my education felt more and more like a prison sentence. It wasn’t funny though.
    A few years before I entered they made it so no student, no matter what age, could leave the building during school hours. They installed security cameras my freshmen year. We had to sign out of our classes whenever we left during class times. And, they had discipline policies for more and more things every year. Wearing a hat (anywhere, not just during class) – detention. Using an ipod, cellphone, or laptop (anywhere, not just during class) – detention. Leaving the building before 2:30 (without getting a parent to sign you out) – detention, possible suspension, and possible ride in a cop car if they see you on the street and think you should be in school.

    It seemed like everything was about punishment in high school.” http://freedomainradio.com/BOARD/forums/p/24629/190865.aspx

    In all fairness, on kids.gov/careers they do have far more careers listed than just policemen which is followed by politicians in their career roster.

    The two ‘P’s of police and politicians on this website talks of politicians making laws while police enforce them, basically working in tandem. Perhaps a new hat for kids who want to practice being a politician is in order…something like a dunce hat with a pointy top to it with Gibbs shown wearing it! Should it be any surprise that the state is asking Junior to be like dad who is increasingly imprisoned via taxation, more regulations/laws and other excreta that smells more like ‘abu gharib’…US code speak for ‘I bout to garab’ your paycheck, perhaps 50% in taxes. Gaining strength in the police state surveillance dept are schools that have embedded cameras in computers they give kids to take home for homework. I read about this on July 28th in Casey’s Research on how a Pennysylvania school district did just that….be able to watch a kid in the privacy of their bedroom. So you think Big Brother is watching you now….how about your teacher, coach or principal of your school. Better not be scratching private parts kids, for that could get you in a whole lot of trouble. You just might find Dickless Tracy at your front door wondering why you aren’t doing that homework. Either that or the coach asking your 16 yr old daughter to meet him in the locker room after 3:00 for his version of the three R’s.

  5. Todd S. says:

    August 16th, 2010 at 6:25 am

    It’s all fun and games until your 8 year old gets arrested for impersonating a police officer.

  6. liberranter says:

    August 17th, 2010 at 10:27 am

    On the positive side, any kid who would choose this helmet could be flagged as someone with anti-social behaviorial tendencies, enabling early intervention before he/she grows up to become a bully bitch with a badge.

  7. M. Terry says:

    August 17th, 2010 at 1:49 pm

    Hey Dean – maybe the child in the house should have been sportin a police bike helmet. That may have saved the day – the police would know that the parents are raising a good little statist, and probably handed them a medal…

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