Will Our Government Protect Anyone Beside the Politicians?

Here’s the story being reported: Monday, an man named Yavuz Berke stole a Cessna 172 from a Canadian airport, crossed into American airspace and buzzed around for six hours over at least three states. And for most of that time he was pursued by four fighter jets. Eventually, he ran low on fuel, landed on a highway in Missouri, and was apprehended.

That’s the Readers Digest version of what the MSM is presenting for this story. But what goes virtually unreported is that only one building was emptied

The Wisconsin Capitol builing [sic] in Madison was evacuated as a precaution as the plane flew through that region.

Did the plane not represent a threat to schools or colleges too? Could the pilot not have discharged a firearm while in flight as was the case in Boston? It wouldn’t have taken Houdini to secretively discharged Lord-knows-what on the masses below while the fighter pilot escorts tried to avoid stalling their aircrafts.

Perhaps the real story has to do more with how those in power view those not in power. Thoughts…

  • How many times have we seen a serial criminal and child molester finally put away for good after murdering a child? (John Couey was arrested 24 times before he raped and murdered Jessica Lunsford.)
  • Our government can’t even guard our borders… From Fox News:

    In fact, according to federal data, about a half million serious crimes have been committed by illegal aliens over the past 10 years.

  • Our debt is rapidly reaching a simply unsustainable limit. But not to worry! As of 2003, our Congress had plenty of millions. (I’m sure the numbers are even more interesting now… But hey, who cares about a few millions here or there?!?)

Yeah, let the ethereal crazies fly around, but so long as we secure our capitol buildings and our out-of-touch lawmakers, all is well.

Consider this: It took 24 arrests to finally stop John Couey. Through all the criminality, violence, and perversion, it took 24 arrests, a child rape, and a child murder, to finally stop him. Now, just how long do you think it would have taken the authorities to have shut him down if he so much as even threatened one judge or politician?

In this ship of state, it’s “politicians and lawyers first”, and the women and children can simply fend for themselves.

Alan Speakman

4 Responses to Will Our Government Protect Anyone Beside the Politicians?

  1. […] Grand Rants added an interesting post today on Will Our Government Protect Anyone Beside the Politicians?Here’s a small reading  Here’s the story being reported : Monday, an man named Yavuz Berke stole a Cessna 172 from a Canadian airport, crossed into American airspace and buzzed around for six hours over at least three states. And for most of that time he was pursued by four fighter jets. Eventually, he ran low on fuel, landed on a highway in Missouri, and was apprehended. That’s the Readers Digest version of what the MSM is presenting for this story. But what goes virtually unreported is that only one building w […]

  2. […] Grand Rants added an interesting post on Will Our Government Protect Anyone Beside the Politicians?Here’s a small excerpt  Here’s the story being reported : Monday, an man named Yavuz Berke stole a Cessna 172 from a Canadian airport, crossed into American airspace and buzzed around for six hours over at least three states. And for most of that time he was pursued by four fighter jets. Eventually, he ran low on fuel, landed on a highway in Missouri, and was apprehended. That’s the Readers Digest version of what the MSM is presenting for this story. But what goes virtually unreported is that only one building w […]

  3. Gerry Ashley says:

    Interestingly, I was involved in an incident two weeks ago that illustrates your point. A man (and I use that term loosely here) threatened to put a bullet in my friend’s head over an absolutely non-event at a dog park. I was there and tried to calm the situation down, whereupon the man threatened to put a bullet in my head too.

    Someone called 911 and the man fled. By the time the police arrived (no kidding, it was an hour later), the man was gone, but we had his description and license plate number.

    The deputy informed me that even if he HAD gotten there sooner, there was nothing he could do and that no crime had been committed. The person who made the threat did not display a weapon, ao therefore, in spite of having 8 witnesses, in the eyes of the law, “he was merely exercising freedom of speech.”

    I asked for clarification… and said I can’t believe it’s OK to walk up to someone and say “I’m goint to put a bullet in your head!”

    The deputy from the Sheriff’s office said, “It’s only a crime if you say it about the President or a member of Congress.”

    Well, I’m glad we got THAT little item cleared up. Ironic, though, don’t you think? I mean, I’m just sayin…

  4. 11B40 says:

    Greetings:

    I would guess that most Americans are very much unaware of the amounts of money spent to guard elected officials at state and federal levels. It’s almost as if these officials have adopted “You’re Nobody “Til Somebody Guards You” as their basic operating mantra.

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