UK arrested Tommy Robinson for reporting child-rape gangs that the government caters to. The UK banned reporting of his arrest, denied him a lawyer, and is trying to have him assassinated in prison. Regardless of how you feel about his views, this is a totalitarian government.
Tommy Robinson isn't the first to that the UK has jailed after a secret trial. Melanie Shaw tried to expose child abuse in a Nottinghamshire kids home -- it wasn't foreigners doing the molesting, but many members of the UK's parliament. The government kidnapped her child and permanently took it away. Police from 3 forces have treated her like a terrorist and themselves broken the law. Police even constantly come by to rob her phone and money. She was tried in a case so secret the court staff had no knowledge of it. Her lawyer, like Tommy's, wasn't present. She has been held for over 2 years in Peterborough Prison. read, read
A leaf blower is a device that rather than picking up yard waste and garbage, blows it around and let the city street cleaner eventually pick it up. In the process, leafblowers blow dust, pesticides, allergens, spores, mold, toxic carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, and even fecal particles into the air. Each leafblower emits more pollutants than a giant truck. Leafblowers have no emissions systems so running a leaf blower for just 30 minutes produces the air pollution equivalent of running a car for 7,700 miles at 30 mph. Leafblowers, due to their two-stroke engine, use inefficient combustion and spit out extra pollution from unburned fuel, where 1/3rd of its fuel is spat out unburned. All the particles from leafblowers can go deep into human lungs and so users of these assault-weapon-sonic-torture devices wear breathing masks.
| Exhaust Emissions of a leafblower
| Exhaust Emissions of a modern car|
Leafblowers also use up scarce oil resources when a person could use a rake or broom instead while also getting valuable physical exercise. Even the extremely rare electric leafblowers waste electricity.
Harm to health
The manuals of leaf blowers even state, "everyone within 50 feet of a blower in use should be wearing hearing, eye, and breathing protection." This of course is never done except for the operators of these devices. Elderly people often are unable to wear such devices because they conflict with other devices for the elderly such as hearing aids and sunglasses.
The air pollution (both from emissions from the engine and particles blown around) as well as noise pollution are a leading cause of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Their noise is also harmful to people with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and can create PTSD from extended sonic torture. Blown leaves also end up filling the bike lanes so bicyclists have to bike in the middle of the street.
Leaf blowers are predominantly gas-powered and so loud that people must wear hearing protection. Their loudness has resulted in them being banned in a small number of cities. Due to all the harm these devices cause, they fall under the definition of an assault weapon.
Use as a weapon
Such a devices one would think would be restricted to areas away from homes, like how guns have to be used on gun ranges and it's illegal in a residental neighborhood to have a firing range in your back yard. But with the lack of laws about leafblowers, they are a favorite of professional landscapers who never use rakes or brooms and will run leafblowers all day simply just for fun.
These landscapers will also arrive with a booming car stereo system and a loud engine truck with the muffler removed. When the landscaper arrives at a home in the early morning, they will always start it as close to the bedroom window as they possibly can; when it is late afternoon, they will start it near the room with the television. It is an obvious fact that a ghetto neighborhood will have far more noisy people than an affluent neighborhood and to spoil the quiet, these wealthy people will import sadists and pay them to run leaf blowers. They also will prefer to hire illegal immigrants rather than their own citizens out of hatred of their nation and its people. One peculiar thing with most noise-making "landscaping" companies is that most of them only do their work early in the morning. After about 10am, most of them go home and do no other landscaping all day--this isn't related to hot weather as they'll do this even on very cold days.
If one of these professional landscapers sees a door left open, they still start blowing tons of debris inside until the occupant runs to close it and the landscaper will pretend it was done as an accident--then each visit afterward, they will start by where the door was open, hoping to do it again. Even if a door is closed, without full bottom weatherstripping, the leaf blower will blow tons of debris right inside whatever room is beyond that door. This makes a mess that takes longer to clean up than actually using a rake and broom on the leaves rather than a blower.
How leaves were picked up in the USA before cheap professional landscapers became the norm
The USA has an obesity epidemic, both from adults and kids. Adults will often spend 30-60 minutes on exercise machines producing no worthwhile result which they could spend exercising and doing something useful by picking up leaves with a rake and broom. Before cheap professional landscapers, if an adult didn't want to pick up their own leaves, they would pay white neighborhood children to pick them up and they'd spend a lot less than they do on professional landscapers while the kids would be paid a good amount for the poor wages kids get. The kids would use rakes and brooms and do the work with much less noise and they'd do it in the late afternoon instead of waking up up early in the morning. If a person is rich and lives on an estate, they would hire white gardeners and it is said for those kinds of gardening jobs for the wealthy that the highest compliment is to not be noticed, so clearly they would not be driving up in a car with its stereo playing or use gas-powered tools.
Leaf blower gang having their regular fun using leaf blowers.