Friday, August 16, 2013

Homeland Security: Stop, Drop, and Cower

Stop, Drop, and Cower

A handy dandy informational pamphlet form our fiends friends at Homeland Security.

Click on this image to see the full pamphlet


The first panel offers advice to the subject, formerly the citizen, who encounters a government agent from NSA, BATFE, or IRS, to name just three agencies you might bump into. The text reads:

Three simple actions could save your life! Any time you are in the presence of a government agent, remember this RULE OF THREE:

STOP — Any action can be considered threatening by a government agent.

DROP — This allows the agent to quickly gain control of the area.

COWER — There is no redress for any “wrong” done to you: this is because the action of a government agent is always right, his judgment correct, and his intellect unsurpassed.

Mastering the principles behind these actions will ensure that your interactions with government agents are simple undemanding, and pleasant.

Other advice about how to comport yourself around a government agent includes:

— Never make sudden movements around a government agent. Any voluntary action on your part can be considered Resisting Arrest, Obstruction, or Disturbing the Peace.

— Abase yourself! You must realize that your personal well-being hangs on the agent’s discretion.

— Submit! You are nothing but a worm. There is no peace, there is no justice, there is only our utter and absolute domination of every aspect of your life.

And the pamphlet closes with:

KNOW YOUR HOLDER RIGHTS
Anything you say or don’t say can and will be used against you in a secret court operating above the law!

For full effect, download the Stop, Drop, and Cower pamphlet here, read it, and come back to comment.


Remember this moto:  "We're from The Government and we're here to help you"

Oh - by the way;
Anything you say, type on a computer, whisper on the telephone, send in a text, post on a website, read online, or another electronic communication of any kind will be used against you in a kangaroo court of law.

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