A “gallery of snitches, busybodies, and employees who rat out their own neighbors and employers.”


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Good: The names and addresses of 900 snitches, who reported “social-distancing violations” in Missouri on neighbors, friends, fellow employees, and their employers, have been revealed publicly, as required by the state’s Sunshine Law.

The quote in the headline was said by the man who requested the information and then posted it online for all to see.

It appears these tipsters thought they make these accusations anonymously, without any consequences. Hah! Think again. Our culture and law requires that the accused can see their accuser, or as the sixth amendment in the Bill of Rights states, “be confronted with the witnesses against him.”

Now they “fear backlash” from those they snitched against. Too bad. In fact, I applaud the guy who requested this information and posted it online.

During this entire Wuhan flu panic, there has been a lot of social pressure imposed on those that dare disagree with accepted wisdom that COVID-19 is going to kill us all and that we must take extreme measures against it, no matter what the cost. It has also been expected that one must be polite in expressing any disagreement, tiptoeing on egg shells in case you might offend them, or be accused of wanting to kill people.

Enough. It is time to stare this petty dictators in the face and tell them that they were wrong, and have caused untold harm to many. And if possible, make them feel a some pain as well for their bad behavior.

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17 comments

  • A A Ron

    How does that old saying go? “snitches end up with stitches?”
    sounds good to me.

  • Phil

    Pretty close, snitches get stitches or wind up in the ditches lol

  • Edward

    From the article: “The gallery of snitches, busybodies, and employees who rat out their own neighbors and employers over the Panic-demic.”

    “Panic-Demic.” What a wonderful description of what our leadership has done to us. The panic is so much worse than the disease itself, and the ratting out of neighbors and employers shows a societal attitude similar to Europe before WWII, and that turned out poorly for all. Obey, don’t question, leader knows best, don’t be individual or independent.

  • ticajun

    In my 83 years I never thought that I would see the American people fold their tents and accept martial law like they have done.
    I am referred to as a crazy old man for my resistance to this Scamdemic and the scariest part of it all is that the DemComms have finally found a weapon to bludgeon the populace with.
    Don’t think they won’t use it time and again.

  • Sterny

    Good. Being a member of the Stasi should have repercussions.

  • Mark S OConnor

    Snitches being snitched on. How ironic.

  • wayne

    Sterny–
    Good stuff.
    One out of every three East Germans, was an informer.

    pivoting–
    The Man in the High Castle Season 2
    “We Pledge Allegiance….”
    https://youtu.be/H4UHqFoB_5k?t=57

  • wayne

    Crosby Stills Nash Young
    “Almost Cut my Hair”
    1974
    https://youtu.be/AVsbqVJLFow
    7:27

    “Must be because I had the flu this Christmas,
    And I’m not feeling up to par.
    It increases my paranoia,
    Like looking in my mirror and seeing a police car.

    But I’m not, I’m not giving in an inch to fear,
    ‘Cause I’ve promised myself again this year,
    I feel oh, like I owe it, to someone….”

  • beau

    in this life, some get what they want while most get what they deserve.

    the people on the list released are dangerous to all. they have shown their willingness to be an uncompensated agent of the state against their neighbors. i would NEVER FORGET should any of my neighbors be on such a list and treat them accordingly.

    may those on the list get what they deserve.

  • The Odd Duck

    What a dictatorial government loves, someone who will not question authority but accepted it per verbatim. The freedom of thought should be a cherish object and not be traded away so lightly, otherwise you are on a fool’s errand. Around and around the primrose path we go and where It ends up nobody knows?

    George Orwells 1984 is not of a time, but and ideal.

  • pzatchok

    We should find a way to do this in California and New York.

    If they will snitch on you for one thing they will do it for anything.

  • Barbarossa

    It is easier to do as told than tire oneself out with ‘critical thinking’…

  • Timmy75

    “Half the harm that is done in this world is due to people who want to feel important. They don’t mean to do harm but the harm they do does not interest them. Or they do not see it, or they do see it but attempt to justify it as they are so absorbed in their endless struggle to think well of themselves.” –T. S. Eliot

  • Matthew wade Sorenson informant snitch

    Matthew wade Sorenson informant snitch

  • Spurwing Plover

    Just like it was in Nazi Germany and Communists Russia spy on your Next Door Neighbors just in case they might violate the Kings Law against having fun by going Outside whats next for them all? who know what else Big Brothers Watching You

  • nelson

    snitches mad because they got snitched on…hilarious

  • wayne

    Brian Eno –
    “Dead Finks Don’t Talk”
    Here Come the Warm Jets 1973
    https://youtu.be/u7BDS19H9OM
    4:11

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