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Military Police Kidnap G20 Protester, Shove Him Into Unmarked Car

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Flashback: G20 protesters blasted by sonic cannon | American Citizens Attacked With Military Sound Cannons & Tear Gas At G20 | G20 nations meet as protests flare on issue of international banking regulation | Dollar to fall under scrutiny at G20 summit | Sonic weapons used in Iraq positioned at congressional townhall meetings in San Diego county

Update (2009/9/25): In response to the hue and cry on the Youtube channel accusing this video of fakery, RawStory reports that G20 security has owned up to the fact this third world style detention was carried out by “law enforcement officers from a multi-agency tactical response team”.

Paul Joseph Watson, PrisonPlanet.com
September 25, 2009

A shocking scene that wouldn’t look out of place in the darkest days of Nazi Germany — welcome to Amerika in 2009

It’s a shocking scene that wouldn’t have looked out of place on the streets of Nazi Germany or Maoist China in humanity’s darkest historical period — a protester is shoved into an unmarked car by military thugs and driven away to whatever Godforsaken fate awaits him. And yet this is America in 2009, where the First Amendment is now officially a criminal offense and people who dare exercise it are attacked and abducted by military police in broad daylight.

The video shows an unmarked gold Sedan drive up to a side street near Baum Ave & S Millvale Ave. in Pittsburgh. Men in military fatigues wrestle with the protester as other men in camo exit the vehicle. The protester is shoved forcefully into the car as the military thugs follow him in and the car speeds away.

Protesters scream “what the fuck is wrong with you” as the Sedan disappears into a cloud of tear gas.

Watch the clip below.

In another You Tube clip, the man with the red bandana seen protesting as the other man is abducted is subsequently arrested by riot cops, presumably merely for voicing his displeasure at the disgraceful scenes he witnessed.

“Some guy just got chased down and thrown in a car for no reason,” states the camerawoman before the shot focuses in on the man with the red bandana, who is being manhandled and arrested by three riot cops.

“Why are you doing that, what did he do?” asks the woman.

Other protesters chant “let him go” as media photographers attempt to find out his name. The clip finishes with a another burst of the sound cannon being used against demonstrators.

Another You Tube clip features the image that is re-posted at the top of this story and asks people to try and identify the military police and riot cops who kidnapped the demonstrator.

These videos require no more explanation, they speak for themselves.

Riot cops and military personnel driving around in unmarked cars kidnapping American citizens off the streets for the crime of exercising their First Amendment.

There can be no more debate, America as we knew it is officially dead and buried. The U.S. is more of a police state than Communist China. The only free speech that still exists is on the Internet, in the form of You Tube videos that remind us of what we already knew — the whole country has been hijacked and looted by a criminal gang of globalists who are using their cadre of enforcer thugs to crush any form of opposition to their agenda.

Our only hope is that when the world witnesses scenes like this, it will act as a wake-up call and prevent the planet from sliding once again into tyranny. Only the most deluded and brainwashed individual can now deny the threat that faces us all when police and military show such contempt for the Constitution that they swore an oath to protect and defend.

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14 Responses to “Military Police Kidnap G20 Protester, Shove Him Into Unmarked Car”

  1. Anti state minarchist (27 comments) Says:

    Police riot, as usual.

    Anyone remember the 1967 Democratic convention in Chicago?

    Authority is going berserk with authority. Authority is out of control and running amuck with drunken power urges.

  2. Anti state minarchist (27 comments) Says:

    Need to add, the G@0, an unelected body, have declared themselves the world authority on economics.

    When did the world hold these elections? Who made them God?

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