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SHTFplan: Chinese Collusion? Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Driver Was A Chinese Spy

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. For 20 years, California Senator Dianne Feinstein used taxpayer funds to employee a Chinese spy.  She hired him as her “driver” and now the infamous anti-gun leftist is in the hot seat for her alleged collusion with communist China. New details emerged Wednesday about how a mole for […]

Living Free Without Permission: “Building Without a Permit, Driving Without a License”

Everyone wants to live free, but few actually walk the walk and stand up for their rights. Of course, the state has created the perception that you are required to get permits and licenses and official approval to travel or build a home and many other activities that have been established as individual rights by […]

Car Shot With Taser by Border Agents Bursts Into Flames: “Just How Much is the Public Going to Take?”

How widespread are the problems with excessive force by law enforcement in this country? This shocking video once again raises questions about how much “less lethal” weapons like tasers really are during high stakes law enforcement encounters. Dashcam video shows several Border Patrol agents descending on a vehicle at night, with one agent breaking through […]

RussiaToday: Video: Vietnam cop clings to speeding bus windshield wipers

A Vietnamese traffic police officer went on a wild ride in Hanoi, clinging to the windshield wipers of a moving bus for nearly a kilometre after a rogue driver tried to avoid a ticket.

Traffic lieutenant Nguyen Manh Phan pulled over Phung Hong Phuong, 37, in Hanoi on Monday for driving on the wrong side of the road, VN Express reported. Phuong refused to produce his papers and rushed back to the bus, prompting the officer to jump onto the front in an attempt to stop him.

Video shot by one of Phan’s fellow police officers shows the officer trying to get his footing and dangling precariously from the moving bus as oncoming traffic whizzes past.

At one point the bus was travelling at 50 kmph (31mph). Phan could be heard shouting: "Call the police!"

The driver, who was released in 2010 after serving nearly four years in prison for a fatal traffic accident, eventually pulled over after being chased by police and villagers. He was arrested for allegedly acting against public officials, the officer said.

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