Tuesday, September 29, 2009

APF Draws More Criticism

The ever vigilant Tennessee Sons of Liberty has just posted some more resources on what is possibly the strangest hoax of the year.

When will the mainstream media pick up on this?

Here is a local news blurb about it, apparently showing that "officials" from American Police Force have already arrived, and are planning to stay in the town for a month:


(Note the license plate on the APF SUV appears to be a dealership plate, not a state plate.)

How far are the APF and the City of Hardin going to take this?

8 comments:

AdamS said...

"American Police Force"

Ha! Maybe I'll just get an SUV and paint it to look official-ish and scrawl 'Poleece' on the back and then I can detain domestic tourists too.

FEMA camps still don't exist! That was just a 'detention facility'. :P

Son3 said...

You don't like it? You must be al-Kyda, boy!

Lick the boot, boy!

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Polizei, ja? Nicht strechen dein zunge heraus! Wir sind hier zu hilfen Sie! Liegt dein Gewehren auf der Boden und geschlossen dein Augen! (Und geschlossen dein Ohren! Nicht fergussen, wir sind hier zu hilfen Sie!) Nicht wahr? Oka, kuss der flag von der Reich von Amerika! Sieg heil!

Seriously, do they really think they're going to get away with this?

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Not if I can help it!

Son3 said...

Yeah, that. Schlaffenschtusel und Wagnerian Accordion.

Took the words right outta my mouth.

Fortunate Son said...

Thanks for the links..Ask around in your communities if something similiar is happening..There is 'chatter' of a private security group (like APF and Blackwater) attempting to 'revitalize' and old jail in Nashville, TN.

Now is the time to make friends with Veterans, Ex-Veterans, and police officers.

tnsonsofliberty.blogspot.com

Son3 said...

My pleasure, FS, I'm more than happy to get information out!

I give you my word, nothing like this will ever happen in my community.

Ever.

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

http://tnsonsofliberty.blogspot.com/2009/10/blackwater-xe-and-american-police-force.html
Judge for yourself, eh?

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