An Indiana State Police car parked on the side of an icy road (file photo)
Thu Jan 9, 2014 2:16PM GMT
By Gordon Duff
Under the guise of a “weather emergency,” nearly 40% of the US was put under 24-hour restriction, facing arrest for violation.
This may seem like a “minor thing.” It wasn’t. We will deal only with this in the very real light it should be seen in: an attack on civil liberties. As for those within the military who have identified the recent “Arctic vortex” as a test of a United States Air Force weather management system due to come online in 2030, such a discussion would violate tenets of national security and have no place in the public sector.
Americans had seen “snow emergencies” for years, regulation that cleared parking spaces so…
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