secret police during the Nazi regime, organized in 1933 and notorious for its
brutal methods and operations.
police, during the COVID-19 “pandemic” (or “panic,” as I favor dubbing it,) notorious now for its
brutal exactations of obedience and submission to mask and social distancing
mandates or rules with the goal of turning people into the new “pod people.”. The
process we are witnessing now evokes for me the story line of “The Body Snatchers,”
1956, 1978) in which people are inexorably turned into soulless clones of each
other while they are asleep. The Gestapo targets anyone eschewing masks and
overbearing government supervision of their lives, as in this instance “House Arrest For Residents Refusing COvId Quarantine Orders.” Complete with
she got tested for COVID-19 as a precaution because she was planning to visit
her parents in Michigan. She received a positive test result but showed no
symptoms.She said the Hardin County Health Department asked her to sign
documents agreeing to call them any time she left her house. The young mother
claims she never refused to self-quarantine but said she would not sign the
documents because of how they were worded, reported.
opting not to sign the health department papers, Linscott said she received a
text message informing her that the situation would be escalated and law
enforcement would be involved, reported.
Her husband, Isaiah, said he was greeted by officers at their front door later
that week .The couple said they were fitted with ankle monitors that go off if
they stray more than 200 feet from their home.”
busted after refusing to wear face masks in Walmart and coughing on employees,
Montoya, 38, and Victoria Parra Carranza, 23, deliberately coughed on the
employees when they were asked to put on masks to prevent the spread of
coronavirus Wednesday at the Yuma store, police said. Employees called the
police but the two customers refused to cooperate and became confrontational
when officers arrived.
on foot and was arrested after fighting with officers, police said.
to interfere with Montoya’s arrest and also was taken into custody, authorities
Yuma County jail on suspicion of aggravated assault, disorderly conduct and
instance is more violent, involving a woman arrested in a New York
City subway, after refusing to wear a mask and resisting arrest. . Woman arrested in New York Subway over
Refusal to Wear Mask.
“The New York Police Department (NYPD) said in a
statement that officers approached the woman and “politely informed” her that
she could not be in the subway station without a face covering. Police said
they were met with “vulgar language” from the woman, who “repeatedly refused”
to “properly wear her face covering over her nose and mouth.”
station and began to escort her, prompting Rozier to allegedly wave her arms
and strike an officer with her hand.