Fascists Love To Assault With Loud, Obnoxious Noise
Amplified blare rousts Civic's homeless campers
Having tried everything else, the managers of San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium are blasting the overnight homeless off their doorstep with the high-decibel sounds of chainsaws, motorcycles and jackhammers - topped off with an aircraft carrier alarm.
The nocturnal bombast - which runs at a steady clip between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. - is broadcast through the Civic Center building's outside speakers.
"I thought it was the building alarm going off," said building manager Robert Reiter.
Concert promoter Another Planet Entertainment - which has been given exclusive rights to operate the auditorium - says it has no other choice.
"I'm just at a point where I don't know what else to do," said company Vice President Mary Conde."Hmmm, perhaps address the homeless problem?
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1990 - Brilliant strategists blared Ted Nugent's "Stranglehold" and the clash's "Rock the Casbah" at Iraqi troops during Operation Desert Shield before they buried thousands of them alive in the sand with bulldozers.
1990 - "Operation Just Cause"
"Down in Panama, outside the Vatican embassy, the U.S. Southern Command -- armed to the teeth and encircling the whole compound -- is licking its chops. Manuel Noriega is inside. United States forces have heard that he is superstitious, that he wears red underpants to ward off evil demons. And so, to irritate and intimidate him (and to enjoy themselves in the process), the Americans set up their "ghetto blasters" or some Latin American equivalent, and blast the Vatican embassy with some good ol' kickass American rock 'n' roll -- Guns 'n' Roses' "Welcome to the Jungle" is the first song to come roaring through the speakers."
Interrogators torture orisoners with excruciating loud music
"For US interrogators seeking to disorientate and break Iraqi prisoners it's 'torture lite' - rock music played at excruciating volumes."
1993 - At Waco, the FBI blasted the Branch Davidians with Billy Ray Cyrus's "Achy Breaky Heart" for 3 days. An added plus were sounds of slaughtered rabbits. Also "These boots are made for walking":
one of these days these boots are gonna walk all over you.
and you keep thinkin' that you´ll never get burnt.
Ha! I just found me a brand new box of matches yeah
and what he know you ain't HAD time to learn.
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