Brian S. Marks
The Police State Journal / FTSN Newsdesk
February 1, 2016
Second major report on travel ban in as many weeks
Subway crime has been on the uptake in the month of January 2016, highlighted by the fact that there have been several passengers slashed randomly on trains, placing people on edge in the city. Felonies have gone up approximately 35% this year as compared to last, according to a New York Post report, and assaults jumped up to 31 from 11 . There were 7 subway slashing incidents this past month in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Total subway crime complaints jumped up 29% compared to the last year jumping up to 189 incidents from 147 incidents, according the stats given by the NYPD; many of these crimes done by pick pockets of straphangers sleeping on the subway system for their higher priced electronics goods, and even perps groping people’s private parts. Continue reading “Fascist NYPD Commissioner Wants to Ban Criminals From Traveling in New York.”
Snowmaggedon 2016 is now over, but while the snow storm that had crippled much of the east coast, New York City became the epicenter of the storm and for about 17 hours was in a state of martial law. The governor of New York State, Andrew Cuomo, in league with the New York City Mayor, Bill deBlasio, issued a travel ban at 2:30 PM Saturday, which was eventually lifted at 7 AM on Sunday.
But there is one thing that really should keep you on alert abouNew Yort Snowstorm Jonas: only in New York State, which only had 26.8 inches, as opposed to 42 inches in Glengary, W.Va. had taken the additional steps of having a travel ban, as opposed to having a state of emergency. Click here to see a comparison of what was expected, what actually fell to the ground, and what areas were hit hardest. Continue reading “The Real Potential Effects of the Snowmaggedon Martial Law Drill in the Big Apple”
The Police State Journal September 26, 2015 During Pope Francis’ speech at the Meeting for Religious Freedom earlier today, Pope Francis went off script, and made the following statement about Globalism: A few moments ago, I spoke towards the tendency of globalization. Globalization in and of itself is not bad, on the contrary, that globalizing tendency is good it brings us together, but what may be … Continue reading The Pope on Globalism