Downtown surveillance cameras are another encroaching Police State bad idea

The problem with our lack of security and public protection is certainly not that we don’t have enough public surveillance of the Poor already, because we do. The problem is that we don’t have enough public surveillance of the well to do class, and 24 hr/ day video cameras downtown does nothing to end that lack of public watchfulness of the thieves now making off with trillions of dollars nationwide, as well as the theft of huge money locally. Public sounds off on proposal for surveillance cameras downtown.

1 thought on “Downtown surveillance cameras are another encroaching Police State bad idea

  1. Brother JonahBrother Jonah

    The cameras in the rich neigborhoods are pointed outward. Here’s an idea, I like it a lot. Put more “discrete” cams in the trees and fencelines at the McMansion gated communities. Find the hidey holes they have on South Nevada and other places they would go for “slumming”. It should be easy. Just look for the places in the poor neighborhoods that don’t have really obvious surveillance going on.

    And then do the surveillance ourselves. This for that, tit for tat…
    The way they promote commercialism, everybody simply must have the very latest cell phone or be socially outcast, you know,

    Just like Brave New World… but here’s the fun part.. You can buy cell phones that are deemed obsolete at scrap metal prices…
    even though they have more processing power apiece than this desktop I’m using right now. Cameras which have cameras and free software to use them as surveillance… It would take a cooperative effort, of course….

    I mean, ultra cheap is still above my budget, for a while at least.

    I’d dearly love to have some footage of RichBitches behaving badly when they think nobody can find out. Hypocritic civic leaders are a dime a dozen, all we have to do is find the guy who’s supplying the dimes.

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