Reason Magazine article advocates forced vaccination

December 10, 2013 Site Staff 207

One aspect of the police state that I find particularly bothersome is forced drugging. We see this manifest in a variety of situations, usually involving children whose parents question their doctors or want to pursue alternative health care solutions. Being a complicated and emotional issue, many people end up siding with the state in pursuit of mandatory drugging. While this position is to be expected from the average statist, it is somewhat alarming when a well-known and respected publication like Reason Magazine comes out in favor of forced mass-drugging of the population, or as it was gently termed, “coercive vaccination.” These ideas, promoted under pseudo-libertarian shroud, cannot go unrebuked.

Fourteen armed agents raided animal shelter to execute captive baby deer

November 2, 2013 Site Staff 304

KENOSHA, WI — An animal shelter was swarmed with more than a dozen armed government agents after its employees began caring for a baby deer. The intruders stormed the facility with the premeditated intention of executing the fawn, to the horror of shelter employees. Email collaboration between the agents indicates that they “looked forward” to the raid.

Cop refused to let family save injured fawn; instead threatened arrest, shot deer, and impounded their vehicle

September 13, 2013 Site Staff 74

CHELSEA, QUEBEC — A man driving down the road discovered a baby deer that had been freshly hit, immobilized yet showing no visible wounds. As he and his family attempted to save it, they were stopped by a police officer, who not only adamantly refused to allow them to help the fawn, but threatened them with arrest, impounded their vehicle, and shot the fawn.

‘Underground dinner parties’ defy the law in New York City

September 12, 2013 Site Staff 130

NEW YORK CITY, NY — There is a growing culture in NYC which involves strangers meeting up to share fine dining experiences in the private homes of strangers. These unique experiences bring people together for an evening of dinner and conversation. The guests pay the host for their trouble and then part ways. The trouble is, that’s illegal in New York City.