Recently, a man in Portland, Oregon caught police covering people attempting to block ICE deportations with what could essentially be considered torture devices.
The people appear to have their faces and torsos covered with some kind of plastic sheet. You’d think that could suffocate someone, right? Were there air holes anywhere?
On top of the plastic, some hood-shaped cloth was placed over their heads, followed by ear muffs.
Something reminiscent of Guantanamo Bay (or perhaps the United States’ mini Guantanamo, Homan Square in Chicago), this was posted to Facebook with the caption “Portland Police are currently putting hoods over the heads and earphones on people locked down to block ICE deportations. 4310 SW Macadam, southwest of downtown.”
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One would have to have some serious resolve and calm to not have an anxiety attack or truly fear for their lives in this situation: especially knowing how American police are known to indiscriminately murder about 1,000+ people a year.
According to the poster of this photo, the victims were blocking ICE deportations. ICE of course stands for “U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement,” an agency of the US government created in 2003 after 9/11 like the Department of Homeland Security.
While some tabloid, media hysteria that is largely irrelevant is generated about Trump, this is a real reason to oppose him (and the powers that actually guide his decisions like a puppet, Henry Kissinger).
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A real reason to oppose Trump is the fact that he is pushing to increase deportations of people and increase the brutality and intensity through which this happens. Another real reason to oppose the figurehead of the regime that has continued the same seamless agenda from president to president for decades, is the fact that Trump is continuing the wars exactly as Obama was, but with more force.
With each figurehead president, the seamless agenda gets a little bit worse, with a different flavor presented to agitate and confuse the public.
The immigration issue is no joke: people should have a right to freely travel, move from land to land, and associate with one another, in the opinion of this author.
For more info on just how badly people are treated by the forces that control the US/Mexico border, watch this.