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 Checkpoints In Iraq, Checkpoints In Pittsburgh

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PostSubject: Checkpoints In Iraq, Checkpoints In Pittsburgh   Fri Sep 25, 2009 10:31 am

Checkpoints In Iraq, Checkpoints In Pittsburgh




Thursday, September 24, 2009
America, just like Iraq, is a conquered country occupied by troops manning checkpoints and searching vehicles – and as our recent article documents, this is not just for “special security events,” it’s now routine all over the U.S.
The Infowars crew are now on the ground in Pittsburgh. After first being treated as terrorists for asking military media representatives questions, they are now being targeted with LRAD sound cannons as police and national guard shout through loudspeakers that “unlawful assemblies should immediately disperse” or people will be arrested.
FLASHBACK: Maximum Alert: U.S. Troops Now Occupying America
Under the pretext of “helping” local communities short of police in difficult economic times, as well as preparations for a potential swine flu pandemic, U.S. troops are now occupying America as the country sinks into a state of de facto martial law.


National Guard troops man a checkpoint into downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, near the site of the G20 summit. World economic leaders arrive in the city later today for 2 days of meetings. Thousands of police deployed behind steel barriers here Thursday to protect a summit of 20 world leaders, as streets were closed and shop windows boarded up in case of violent protests.


National Guard troops man a checkpoint into downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, near the site of the G20 summit. Thousands of police deployed behind steel barriers here Thursday to protect a summit of 20 world leaders, as streets were closed and shop windows boarded up in case of violent protests.


A car and driver are screened at a checkpoint by security personnel in downtown Pittsburgh, Thursday Sept. 24, 2009. World leaders are expected in Pittsburgh Thursday for the start of the two-day G20 summit.


An unidentified man holds an American flag upside, near a military checkpoint in downtown Pittsburgh, Thursday Sept. 24, 2009. World leaders are expected to begin a two-day G20 summit in Pittsburgh on Thursday.


Iraqi police stand guard at a checkpoint in Tikrit, 130 kilometers (80 miles) north of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009.


An Iraqi policeman holds a photocopied picture of a fugitive prisoner at a checkpoint in Tikrit, 130 kilometers (80 miles) north of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009.
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