The Green Police

This Super Bowl Ad has caused quite a controversy. Some say it mocks Big Brother and makes him look foolish. Others say it’s just another attempt to make micromanaging of the average person’s every day life somehow acceptable. It may be slightly outside the scope of Photo Radar in AZ, but not by much.


16 Responses to The Green Police

  1. I thought the same thing… Is this what the world is coming to? No thanks.

    • Will Kay says:

      CIA psyops Manchurian Candidate style. They’ll be doing it for real before too long.

    • CameraHater says:

      The ad is an interesting social document, and I think it probably is within our scope. After al, photo enforcement is the most salient feature of the Nanny State. And here in Australia at least, the enforcement has got ever more ridiculous, nit-picking and plain totalitarian. What was once just the stuff of 1984 Orwellian nightmares, is now fact in this country.

      I tend to think that the Green Police ad mocks the almighty state rather than endorsing it… However, in the National Motorist Association of Australia forum that I first saw this on, a number of us felt the ad might be seen as aspirational by Government!

  2. Stacey says:

    Reminds me of the police officer I spoke with who said he wrote a ticket out for a Redflex driver who was illegally parked and the ticket disappeared through whatever political means Redflex has.

    He was not a happy police officer.

  3. Stacey says:

    Every showdown needs a villain:

  4. Dr Jett says:

    The critter on this picture of the green car video looks suspiciously like a kangaroo. This is probably Redfux’s idea of the future for all of us.

  5. SD Anderson says:

    I’m not a YouTuber but I posted this anyway…

    • Stacey says:

      You did a great job on that video!

      • SD Anderson says:

        Thank you. Big thanks to the organizers, Sheriff Paul, and everyone else who volunteered. The great freedom-loving American spirit really shows in this video 🙂 I hope to see a few more events like this.

    • CameraHater says:

      Great work guys! Inspirational, professionally put together, and beautifully illustrates the strong public support out there. Too bad we don’t have a few Sheriff Pauls over this side of the pond…

    • LoneWolf says:

      That’s pretty damn low of those companies to exploit the pain and suffering of others for their profit. This really boils my blood and I hope an unbiased media organization will see this and expose it for what it really is. These greedy (insert impolite words here) are becoming sicker everyday.

  6. Dr Jett says:

    We need to get the information that was faxed to the website editor here about Randy Trevino who was injured along with his family. A scamera flashed a vehicle headed south on I-17 near Anthem. The vehicle swerved and then hit Randy and other family members who were parked on the side of the freeway. The photo radar companies don’t want to take responsibility for the dangerous situation that resulted or the injured parties.

  7. San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsome isn’t laughing

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