Monday, March 29, 2010

Friday, March 26, 2010

Keiser Report No28: - We Are Heading To worst times then the 1930's

Monday, March 22, 2010

Ron Paul: National Bankruptcy will Repeal Obamacare - Not Republicans

Britain Police Take Tyranny to the Streets

From England -
“Hundreds of police officers were on the streets of Nottingham throughout Saturday night in an effort to tackle knife crime in the city,” reports the BBC. “The major operation involved 200 officers as part of a Home Office project targeting 13 to 24-year-olds.”

It was like a scene out of Nazi Germany. “Officers and a specially-trained dog met young people coming off a number of bus routes.” They were forced to go through metal detectors and naked body scanners. Drug testing was also carried out.

Brits and Americans were told naked body scanners were designed to catch terrorists at airports. Now they are mobile and on the streets. Get used to it.

“Drug dogs were also deployed on the streets and traffic officers used automated number plate recognition technology to identify vehicles wanted in connection with a crime, stolen vehicles and vehicles or motorists driving without insurance.”

The Real Effect
Back in 2007 I stated the following -
Yikes. Can this be any more spelled out? For those of you that pay attention, remember years ago when all the CCTV was going in the UK? Then how the United States started adopting the same measures over time? Let's look at it again:
  • Train passengers facing airline-style bag checks and body searches
  • A succession of security measures at airports, railway stations, sports venues and other public places.
  • New security guidance is being sent out to sports venues, pubs, clubs and bars, shopping centres and tourist attractions together with thousands of cinemas and theatres, restaurants and hotels. Advice will also be given to hospitals, schools and places of worship.
  • 160 counter-terrorism advisers will train civilian staff.
We are seeing the systematic introduction of police state style incorporation into the global control grid in an attempt to control not terrorism, but in fact, people.
I was also stated at the time that banning guns would merely change the form that people use to attack one another. Of course, the government knows this as this is what they were banking on so that they can justify their tyrannical invasion of everyday life. These individuals will not stop when they are the undisputed rulers of the world, they will continue until everyone has been summarily executed.

Ron Paul vs. Stephen Baldwin : Marijuana Legalizing

Saturday, March 20, 2010

The US Domestic War Begins

From California -
Describing it as “urban terrorism,” California Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown joined with Riverside County officials Thursday in asking the public to help find those who tried at least three times to kill officers assigned to a Hemet-based gang task force.

“It is incredible and even unprecedented for police officers here to be subject to terrorist attack,” Brown said at a Riverside news conference. “We have seen it south of the border, but not here yet.” (Emphasis mine)
The Real Effect
While I in no way condone the murder of innocent civilians, yes police you are civilians, one can't help but chuckle at the police's situation at this point. They danced with the devil by partaking in the spoils of war and ravaging their local population and now the populace that's left is hostile. Big surprise.

I find it amusing that the police are appealing to the citizens to help. One can almost here their pathetic cry - 'Help, there's a enormous bear in here and it's about to eat me!' to which the populace replies - 'You let him in, YOU deal with him.'

I think what we'll see more and more of is a war type situation as areas like L.A., Chicago and Detroit lose most if not all police friendly population. As this happens, rather quickly, more and more MS-13 types will move in and commandeer whole cities. As the budgets become unsustainable taxes will go up and more will move thus repeating the cycle.

At some point, the counties will have no point but to virtually declare war on these areas as they first deploy their National Guard, oh wait they're in Iraq(n), appeal to the Pentagon for help containing the problem. But then again, there's that whole Posse Comitatus problem.

Eventually all laws that secure liberty will be viewed as the enemy as they "prevent' the police/military from "doing their job" and will be repealed. But first, urban warfare.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Gerald Celente: The Stimulus Game is Up

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Third Intafada Begins?

The timing on much of this is incredible. Just after the heightening scandal in the Catholic Church and the incessant beating of the Drums of War on Iran, one has to be blind to not see the potential problems here.
Palestinian militants fired a rocket from Gaza into Israel Thursday, killing a Thai farm worker, while the European Union's foreign affairs chief was visiting the Hamas-controlled enclave.

The E.U.'s top diplomat, Briton Catherine Ashton, had crossed into the Gaza Strip from Israel about an hour before the attack, the first to result in a fatality since the end in January 2009 of Israel's Gaza war.

An unknown Gaza group, Ansar al-Sunna, claimed responsibility for the missile strike, which was launched a day before the international Quartet of Middle East peace mediators was to meet in Moscow to discuss ways to revive Israeli-Palestinian talks. (Emphasis mine)
The Real Effect
Why would the militants want to make themselves look bad to outside observers, especially the EU? Either the "militants" are as dumb as a box of rocks or something else is in play here.
George Mitchell is going to the middle east, talks of the EU subsidizing Israeli security, and reports of munitions arriving in Diego Garcia. Very interesting.

Update: Israel responds -
Israeli fighter jets have bombarded at least two sites in the Gaza Strip shortly after a Thai agricultural worker was killed when a rocket fired from the besieged coastal enclave struck the northern Negev.

The eyewitnesses said Israeli F-16 fighter jets targeted an open area north of the Gaza City. The warplanes also fired missiles at an open area in the central Gaza Strip.

One of the warplanes broke the sound barrier in the skies of northern and central Gaza Strip, causing panic through the crowd, especially women and children.

This is the third rocket fired from Gaza in the past 24 hours. Five rockets have struck southern Israel in the past two days, according to the Israel Defense Forces.

The al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade — the armed wing of the Fatah movement — claimed responsibility for the Thursday rocket launch.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Celente on 2010: Wave of Terror, Internet revolt & War on migration

EU Dictators In Full Swing

Trouble of the fascistic kind breaks out in the EU -
EUROPE’S chief bureaucrat last night provoked fury after threatening to use the “full force” of the Lisbon Treaty to impose economic control over every EU nation. European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso claimed that financial stability was so critical that sweeping new powers were needed for Eurocrats in Brussels to meddle in the economies of all EU members.

But his threat sparked an angry backlash from critics of an ever- growing Brussels bureaucracy. It raised fears that the EU – under unelected new President Herman van Rompuy – is planning a power grab.

The Real Effect
This is a game of good cop/bad cop with the current EU heads playing the part of the bad cops. Their goal is several fold:
  1. Delegitimize any form of representative government as being 'reckless' by allowing and being subject to the will of the plebs and also inefficient/corrupt due to the massive bureaucratic nature.
  2. Eliminate the rationale for protests and free speech as being dangerous and in line with point 1.
  3. Slowly whittle down all effective individual liberties.
  4. Replace those liberties with collective liberty.
  5. Set up the rule of a monocratic rule of government with one individual effectively dictating the form of global law and worship.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Trouble With U.S. Debt?

Fiscal doomsday inches closer -
The U.S. and the U.K. have moved “substantially” closer to losing their AAA credit ratings as the cost of servicing their debt rose, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

Under the ratings company’s so-called baseline scenario, the U.S. will spend more on debt service as a percentage of revenue this year than any other top-rated country except the U.K., and will be the biggest spender from 2011 to 2013, Moody’s said today in a report.

“We expect the situation to further deteriorate in terms of the key ratings metrics before they start stabilizing,” Cailleteau said. “This story is not going to stop at the end of the year. There is inertia in the deterioration of credit metrics.”

The U.S. government will spend about 7 percent of its revenue servicing debt in 2010 and almost 11 percent in 2013, according to the baseline scenario of moderate economic recovery, fiscal adjustments in line with government plans and a gradual increase in interest rates, Moody’s said.

Under its adverse scenario, which assumes 0.5 percent lower growth each year, less fiscal adjustment and a stronger interest-rate shock, the U.S. will be paying about 15 percent of revenue in interest payments, more than the 14 percent limit that would lead to a downgrade to AA, Moody’s said.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

America Melting Down

Is this the future of the united States of America?

Well let's look at some reports:
From California -
New county-by-county figures released by the state Wednesday showed that in eight counties, more than 1 in 5 people were out of work. Moreover, revised numbers for last year show that fewer people were employed than was previously believed.

The state was one of five, along with Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina, that reached their highest unemployment rates since the government began keeping track in 1976, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. California's was 12.5% in January, up from 12.3% in December.

Most counties were still struggling under the burden of joblessness, especially the eight counties where rates were higher than 20%. Merced County, for instance, had an unemployment rate of 21.7% in January, and Imperial County's rate was 27.3%.
Kansas -
Facing potential bankruptcy, the board that governs the once flush-with-cash Kansas City school district is taking the unusual and contentious step of shuttering almost half its schools.

Administrators say the closures are necessary to keep the district from plowing through what little is left of the $2 billion it received as part of a groundbreaking desegregation case. The Kansas City school board narrowly approved the plan to close 29 out of 61 schools Wednesday night at a meeting packed with angry parents.
I wonder how many administrator positions were cut?

As always, everyone in any position of assumed authority is paying little attention to the debt load. Yeah, you remember the thing which killed the economy last time?
The government ran up the largest monthly deficit in history in February, keeping the flood of red ink on track to top last year's record for the full year.

The Treasury Department said Wednesday that the February deficit totaled $220.9 billion, 14 percent higher than the previous record set in February of last year.

The deficit through the first five months of this budget year totals $651.6 billion, 10.5 percent higher than a year ago.

The Obama administration is projecting that the deficit for the 2010 budget year will hit an all-time high of $1.56 trillion, surpassing last year's $1.4 trillion total. The administration is forecasting that the deficit will remain above $1 trillion in 2011, giving the country thrree straight years of $1 trillion-plus deficits.

I suppose we could just blow the dollar out of the water, that will work wonders. Think Mexico.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Does Eric Cartman Work for Blackwater and the CIA?

Vatican Being Positioned

From the Vatican -
Sex abuse scandals in the Roman Catholic Church are proof that that "the Devil is at work inside the Vatican", according to the Holy See's chief exorcist.

Father Gabriele Amorth, 85, who has been the Vatican's chief exorcist for 25 years and says he has dealt with 70,000 cases of demonic possession, said that the consequences of satanic infiltration included power struggles at the Vatican as well as "cardinals who do not believe in Jesus, and bishops who are linked to the Demon".

He added: "When one speaks of 'the smoke of Satan' [a phrase coined by Pope Paul VI in 1972] in the holy rooms, it is all true – including these latest stories of violence and paedophilia."

The Real Effect

As I stated in 2006 -
Look for continued debate on this particular subject with the emphasis being on 'ending all the killing in the name of religion'.
I believe that this has moved past the propaganda phase and has moved into the implementation phase where they will drive the world into a religious world in an attempt to harmonize the religions into peace. Problem, reaction, solution.
This will be extremely important later as I posted in the following locations. (Jerusalem, Israel, the U.N. and globally.) At this point the script that is being set is that the Vatican cannot be trusted and neither can Islam/Judeo values. This all ties in to Iran, Bush, Obama, China, debt, you name it and it's connected. Continue to look for more information which demonizes any religion except a one world religion.

US Census is Getting Personal!

Monday, March 08, 2010

Gerald Celente: UK GDP as bad as Greece: Hedge funds affecting the Euro

States Going Belly Up Part 7

New Hampshire -
The state saw 352 foreclosure deeds in January, a record for that month and the second most ever, just seven behind the 359 of last October, according to statistics compiled by the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority.
Florida -
...the state faces a gap of $1.1 billion and $3.2 billion between expected revenues and projected spending. The precise figure will be known later in the just-started legislative session, when the Revenue Estimating Conference meets and fiscal forecasters know more about what the state can expect in federal revenues or sources like a Seminole casino compact that is pending before the Legislature.

Cretul said the gap could grow as high as $5 billion when federal stimulus money runs out next year.
North Carolina -
State revenue collections were off by $35 million through the first seven months of the government’s fiscal year as consumers continued to sit on the sidelines, a new General Assembly economic forecast says.

The revenue gap on the state’s $11 billion collection target would have been wider had it not been for a special corporate income collections effort on the part of the Department of Revenue, which brought in $472 million, $272 million more than anticipated. What lies ahead for North Carolina, says the report’s author, General Assembly fiscal researcher Barry Boardman, depends how fast “the sluggish economic recovery” is able to take hold.
'Whew, we squeezed the taxpayers harder and dodged a bullet there.' Now what? Oh right, the nonexistent recovery.

Idaho -
Idaho has missed its tax revenue forecasts by a combined $41 million since December. House leaders confirmed that revenue fell more than $15 million short of February's targets. If revenue through June 30 falls short of forecasts by more than $69 million, it would put Idaho's already-austere spending plan for 2010 into a deficit.

Friday, March 05, 2010

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Jerusalem - Stumbling Block?

Jerusalem heats up -
Israeli police and Palestinians clashed outside Jerusalem's flashpoint al-Aqsa mosque on Friday and at least 35 people were injured, Israeli police and Palestinian medical workers said.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accused Israeli forces of "provocation" and "crossing red lines" in an effort to derail a resumption of peace negotiations expected shortly under U.S. mediation. In a statement, Abbas appealed to Washington to hold Israel back to prevent a "war of religion" in the Middle East.

Israel's security minister blamed Abbas's Islamist rivals Hamas for fomenting the trouble. It started after weekly prayers at the third holiest site in Islam, in an area that Jews also revere as the site of their biblical Temple.
The Real Effect
This issue is going to become more important as time goes on. While I made the mistaken assumption in 2006 that publication of an agenda equaled implementation of that agenda, the cycle remains. This area (Jerusalem, specifically the Temple Mount radiating out) is the focal point for what we essentially become the eye of the world. (A difficult concept to explain fully in a limited space.) Look for this area to become the stumbling block for the whole world as the Phoenix event is set into motion. Perhaps I will illustrate the concept more thoroughly in a later post. Until then, look for rhetoric and action to ratchet upwards like runners positioning in a race. Once the gun fires, watch out for the fireworks.

Thursday, March 04, 2010

Depression USA: New York Tent City

H1N1 Percolating In the South?

From Recombinomics -
Some of the nation's emergency departments are noting increases in flu-like illness cases that appear to be pandemic H1N1, and colleges are reporting the first increase in flu-like illness since the end of November, but it's not clear if these are early signs of a third pandemic flu wave.

The above comments provide additional data that a third wave in the United States has begun. Reports on flu at universities has increased 52% over last week, which is supported by anecdotal reports from emergency room physicians. The largest number of new student cases was again in North Carolina.

These developments parallel the start of the fall wave. The initial cases were in region 4 and this area has had the highest percent of samples being H1N1 positive. Similarly, state reports showed recent increases in North Carolina and Alabama, while earlier reports describe more severe cases in hospitals in Tennessee and North Carolina.
And -
In the past three pandemics, a fall wave has been followed by a winter/spring wave. A winter/spring wave would begin about now, but week 7 reports are incomplete and may have entry errors. Although there were only 19 patients listed, virus was not isolated in 8. Of the 11 isolates, sub-typing was not performed on 4. On the remaining seven all were H1N1, but 3 were said to be seasonal H1N1 at a time when seasonal H1N1 has all but disappeared. Thus, it is unclear if almost half the 7 H1N1 sub-typed were actually seasonal H1N1, or were pandemic H1N1 that were mis-reported or entered in the wrong field.

Week 7 is a critical time period. The fall wave has ended and a new wave should be forming, based on the pattern of the last 3 pandemics. However, surveillance has only identified 19 patients, all of whom are likely infected with pandemic H1N1, yet pandemic H1N1 was only confirmed in four.
The number of reported cases is low, but the low number is linked to poor surveillance. Most H1N1 infected patients are either not tested or tested with a rapid test which has a sensitivity which is notoriously low and even lower for H1N1 (the CDC has reported levels as low as 10%). This low sensitivity is due in part to the ability of pandemic H1N1 to quickly move to the lungs. More serious cases would be in ICU’s where collection of appropriate lung fluids would be easier and more likely to yield H1N1 virus. However, more than half of these severe cases have not yielded virus or were not sub-typed.
The Real Effect
This issue needs to be observed still as a new, more deadly outbreak could occur at any time. My opinion? Seeing as how the national health care is stalling, a minimum light flare up of deadly H1N1 would do wonders for pushing this legislation through.

The Video The USA Army Doesn't Want You To See

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Webster Tarpley: Bankers in slump plot against euro to save dollar

States Going Belly Up Part 6

Louisiana -
An area lawmaker accused state revenue workers Tuesday of failing to do their job of collecting taxes. “We’re just leaving money on the table,” state Rep. Mert Smiley Jr. said during a meeting of the Louisiana House Committee on Appropriations. Smiley, R-St. Amant, pointed to a recent tax amnesty program that generated more than $450 million, partly from people who simply neglected to pay their taxes. Proceeds also came from tax bills that were in dispute.
California again -
More than 15,000 San Francisco city workers across all departments will receive layoff notices Friday, and most of them will have the option of being rehired to work a shorter week, Mayor Gavin Newsom said Tuesday.
The Los Angeles Unified School District's board voted Tuesday to send notices of possible layoffs to nearly 5,200 teachers and other workers while urging union leaders to negotiate concessions that could make some of the cuts unnecessary.
Arkansas -
Total tax collections in Arkansas continued to decline in February, with the rate of decline higher than that seen in January.

Year-to-date (July 2009-Feburary 2010) gross revenues totaled $3.467 billion, down 3% from the same period in the 2008-2009 period, and 0.1% below the forecast, according to a memo from the Arkansas Department of Finance & Administration. The year-to-date decline in the July 2009-January 2010 was 2.4%.
New York -
New York Governor David Paterson and the state legislature have agreed to reduce their revenue forecast by $850 million for the next 13 months, a state report said on Tuesday. The Democratic governor in February cut $750 million from his revenue forecast for his proposed $136 billion budget for fiscal 2011, which starts on April 1. "The national economy, and to a greater extent, the New York economy, will experience a weak recovery which will translate into slow receipts growth," said the report on the state economic and revenue consensus estimate.
Uh wrong David. There's no "recovery" going on, just a bunch of deception that you fell for. I would imagine in a few years the statements will be something like "No one saw the double-dip coming" and "We had NO IDEA the Feds were lying to us." Dumb on purpose.

Indiana -
The latest revenue report on Tuesday showed the state took in $85.5 million less in taxes in February than was predicted less than three months ago. That puts the state $869 million below what lawmakers expected when they passed the budget for the fiscal period beginning in July.
Gov. Mitch Daniels did not immediately order any budget cuts, but since it's been 17 months since actual revenues met projections, he said further spending reductions might be necessary if revenues continue to sag.
"We'll just have to keep looking at it. There's not a state in the union that's done as much as we have, and we're not out of tricks yet," Daniels said.

The Federal Gubmint -
The U.S. Postal Service said on Tuesday that it would reduce its workforce by another 30,000 positions and slash overtime this year in an effort to reduce costs.Together these staffing reductions will result in cost savings equivalent to eliminating 50,000 full-time positions, according to Chief Financial Officer Joseph Corbett.
The Real Effect
When everyone abandons any pretense of morality and embraces relativism, is it any wonder when everything goes kaput? No one is responsible for anything and everyone is responsible for nothing. Makes sense, non?

Part of the issue is that everyone is merely trying different flavors of socialism. Where property rights are not absolute and it's just a matter of getting enough cooperation and fixing the formula. But much like Keynesism it's not the taste that causes the havoc, it's the whole damn idea that's wrong.

When you remove any sort of incentive for people to take care of property or themselves, who's going to take care of their property, much less their neighbor's? You want to fix it? Then do the following:
  1. Eliminate the income tax. State and Federal.
  2. Eliminate the property tax. State and otherwise.
  3. Put the leash back on the Federal Government. They're like your local librarian, drunk with power, running around getting into everything. It's not their business nor jurisdiction.
  4. Let it all fail and then rebuild using the capital that remains.
Far more painful(for the politicians) in the short run, far less(for us) in the long run.

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

The Pound Starts to Crack

The London Evening Standard-
The pound tumbled today after gloomy figures on mortgage lending compounded worries about the impact of a potential hung parliament.

Sterling dived more than two cents against the dollar to $1.5021 and also hit a one-and-a-half-month low against the euro of 90.63p. The Bank of England said mortgage lending rose faster than expected in January, up £2 billion, but the number of approvals fell from 58,000 to 48,000.
Not that we're any better -
Controller John Chiang said last month that California may be forced to issue IOUs for the second year in a row because it’s spending more than it collects in revenue. The bill is aimed at preventing cash shortages projected as soon as next month by empowering officials to delay certain payments, including those to schools, universities and local governments, to conserve money for debt service and other key expenses.

The Real Effect
As I posted on Thursday, (despite the invalidity of it being retracted by the press as a hoax)

All the chess pieces are being set in place: the angry robbed world public, the warring nations (Israel,Gaza, Iran, Syria, US, Russia, China, Pakistan, India), the spiritual void, all of this will give way to a great war which will dwarf all wars up until this point. At which point a great Phoenix event will occur which will burn the world into adoring submission.

Ron Paul Leads By Example

Congressman Paul show everybody how we fix this Greatest Depression -
In 2008, his congressional office returned $58,000 to the Treasury. In 2009, his office returned $90,000. Now, according to an official press release, Dr. Ron Paul's congressional office has just paid back $100,000.

At a time when Wall St is running wild, the national debt is $14 trillion, and the federal government is running $1.4 trillion deficits, Dr. Ron Paul's congressional office is running a surplus and paying back the American people. At a time when the federal government is paying record salaries and hiring record numbers as the rest of America suffers punishing unemployment, Dr. Ron Paul is operating his congressional office with a frugality that recognizes the current economic climate and respects the suffering of the American people.

Whether you like him or not, you have to respect the anti-war, fiscally conservative Republican Congressman. Unlike the vast majority of politicians, he doesn't just talk the talk, he walks the walk. If President Obama claims that he is serious about reigning in the runaway debt, perhaps he should install Dr. Ron Paul as the CEO of the bipartisan deficit commission. It appears he's the only one in the federal government with the track record to speak with the highest degree of credibility.

The Real Effect
Remind me again why Ron Paul "doesn't stand a chance" at becoming President? Explain to me how this is "crazy" political ideology which would "ruin" our country. You see that smoking crater you're standing in? That's the U.S. It's time we got serious about fixing this. Or perhaps more accurately, the Federal Government NOT fixing it.

Ron Paul: The US Government's Debt Can Never Be Repaid

Monday, March 01, 2010

Webster Tarpley On Russia Today: Soviet Amerika

Sweden Gets Hit By the Ugly Stick

Sweden gets knocked down a peg -
Sweden's economy unexpectedly slid back into recession in the fourth quarter, figures showed, sending the crown lower and raising questions about how soon interest rates will rise. Gross domestic product contracted 0.6 per cent in the fourth quarter from the third, against forecasts for a 0.3 per cent increase.

The third-quarter GDP figure was revised to show a 0.1 per cent quarterly decline from an original 0.2 per cent gain, the statistics office said. This meant the economy fell back into recession, based on a widely held definition of the term.
The Real Effect
Economists were divided over the implications of the numbers. No kidding? Economists were divided? Or perhaps there were 2 groups of economists with different opinions? Better hope the Icelanders don't default on their bonds.

French Tag Husbands

Ah, the French -
Men seen as likely to be violent towards their wives could be forced to wear an electronic tag under a law being debated by the French parliament.

The tag would have to be worn by men who have received a court order to stay away from their partner.

The proposal is part of a draft law on conjugal violence. It has cross-party support and is expected to pass easily. (Emphasis mine)
I can see the average Frenchman - "As long as it isn't me." But wait, there's more -
Parliament is also considering outlawing psychological violence in the home, because it is seen by many as a precursor to physical violence. It is rare for the left and the right in France to agree on anything, says the BBC's Hugh Schofield, so the near unanimity in parliament behind this law comes as something of a novelty.

The decades old wars on poverty, drugs and terror seem to have done wonders for stopping said societal ills. Oh, that's right, they're worse. But certainly we must DO SOMETHING.

The Real Effect
This is an easy one to predict. Who is going to want to marry, when the simple act of "legally" marrying is to open up a whole new category of criminal offenses against oneself? Especially for all of you who think that individuals don't legally marry because they're "sinful".

Not to mention what of the women that abuse their husbands? Or the wives that lie. Oh, that's right, that never happens.

The fact of the matter is, it's a blatantly sexist (targets men only) and purely subjective. If women can get protection from "abusive" yelling, then men should get protection from "abusive" crying. After all, this psychologically destroys the male psyche after enduring years of abuse via mood swings and the like. This is not good law, not even close.

Raw Footage: February 26 Riot in the streets of Berkeley