Sunday, April 12, 2015
Larry Parlin, Modesto’s public utilities director, told me. “He just didn’t like his neighbor, so he tried to turn him in.”
This year, we’re not even a month into spring and the city’s phones are ringing with complaints about neighbors overwatering.
“We’re getting bombarded with calls,” Parlin said. “About half of them are legit. The rest are just disputes between neighbors who don’t like their neighbors.”
Kenny has the story, here.
We've written about Stasi tactics that are being implemented in America by our Domestic Enemies. "See Something, Say Something" is the clearest example. The byproducts of such a strategy of tyranny are evident in Kenny's piece - neighbors using the force of .Gov to injure people they do not like. That, my friends, is Evil. The people who do it are Evil. The people in .Gov and the private sector who implement and support such programs are Evil.
People are willing to hurt their neighbors right now, just because. What do you think they are willing to do when the stakes are real, and watering the family is the issue, versus watering the lawn?
Patriots had better be making lists. If you have a neighbor who is willing to injure you in these times of plenty, for no cause - you'd better make certain they can't hurt you later, when it counts.
Mischa would be stunned at how easily the American people are accepting these tactics.
Our Domestic Enemies have no desire to equal the work of Wolf, Mao or Stalin.
They intend to be crowned as better than them all...
Here's the link.
One final note about we Humans: Mischa Wolf died an old man in the comfort of his bed, in Berlin, long after the Wall "fell". He did not answer for any of his Evil on this plane of existence. I hope we Americans are not so forgiving.
Posted by K at 1:02 PM