May 4, 2015

Cops Pretend To Arrest 10 Year Old Boy To Teach Him A Lesson (5 pics)

By on Monday, May 04, 2015

When this mother found out that her son was being rude and out on control at school, she decided to teach him the ultimate lesson. She arranged a fake arrest with the local police and they scared her son straight.  


  1. RJ O'GuilloryMay 4, 2015 at 8:24 AM

    ...actually...some of them are pretty funny...though probably not

  2. "So do you have any viable job skills, or are you stuck with this prince-thing?"

  3. It would appear your forgot the most salient, revealing quote of them all...

  4. "Why take the chance if reincarnation even exists?

    Kill yourself now you useless bag of fertilizer."

  5. Texan Independence .May 31, 2015 at 12:00 AM

    The conspiracy theorists out of the woodwork again. Even were it true like your hero Alex Jones says that the elite decided on a virus to wipe out 95% of humanity, it's much preferable to the ancient method of violent warfare, at least it leaves the civilization's wealth mostly intact. So far it seems the elite are content to focus on lowering fertility rates via sterilization, a more humane and sensible solution.

    Or do you think it's a good idea for the planet to reach 20 billion population in a few decades? The problem is that because we are a democracy, they cannot tell people the hard truths, like that we need to sterilize the third world or else face global catastrophe, tremendous world wars to fight over resources. So then the elite are FORCED into a global conspiracy because they cannot tell the people hard truths (you lose elections if you tell the truth, you win them by hiding the truth and your skeletons in your closet). If the people were loyal subjects, the Kings of the world could simply order them to have less children (similar to China's one child policy but hopefully more humane than theirs) and the problem would be solved. But instead we have to engage in the joke that is "democracy".

    "Democracy always seems bent upon killing the thing it theoretically loves. I have rehearsed some of its operations against liberty, the very cornerstone of its political metaphysic. It not only wars upon the thing itself; it even wars upon mere academic advocacy of it. I offer the spectacle of Americans jailed for reading the Bill of Rights as perhaps the most gaudily humorous ever witnessed in the modern world. Try to imagine monarchy jailing subjects for maintaining the divine right of Kings! Or Christianity damning a believer for arguing that Jesus Christ was the Son of God! [...] But under democracy the remotest and most fantastic possibility is a common-place of every day. All the axioms resolve themselves into thundering paradoxes, many amounting to downright contradictions in terms. The mob is competent to rule the rest of us—but it must be rigorously policed itself. There is a government, not of men, but of laws - but men are set upon benches to decide finally what the law is and may be. The highest [duty] of the citizen is to serve the state [as a representative]- but the first assumption that meets him, when he [tries to fulfill that duty by becoming a politician], is an assumption of his disingenuousness and dishonour. Is that assumption commonly sound? Then the farce only grows the more glorious."
    - Mencken, commenting on when Upton Sinclair was arrested for reading the Bill of Rights (in 1923), and a police officer exclaimed, “We’ll have none of that Constitution stuff.”

    Your problem is the very "problem" you present, is itself a creation of a system whereby leaders must engage in deceiving the public. The fact that ONLY royalty have ever been caught telling the truth is because they are not expert liars like elected politicians (or they don't worry about public opinion). So the very thing you decry is actually in a way a very positive thing in the sense of forthrightness and honesty. I'm sure the politicians were furious about him spilling the beans...