Thursday, August 14, 2014

A Tale of Coup Cities - 12

Do you have your papers?
This Dredd Blog series and associated series (e.g. Will The Military Become The Police?, 2, 3, 4, 5) concern the slow coup by the military to do to us what has been done to countless other nations in history.

The military NSA spies on all Americans (ACLU vs. Clapper, Alexander, Hagel, Holder, and Mueller, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11).
"We have a warrant for your freedom."

The military ideology is slowly eating up the police forces.

This is being done by hiring then installing soldiers who typically do not like to report PTSD and other war related issues as it might keep them out of police work.

Their military training and experience is, as a consequence, replacing the traditional police mentality of "protect and serve" with a dangerous warmongering policy coup as shown in the videos below, in prior posts in this series, as well as in the related series linked to above.

The previous post in this series is here.





6 comments:

  1. And just who are these "soldiers" - are they all bastards that have no families? Can they realize and put up with the fact that the very same treatment will befall their own kin and parents? If they are from the same basic areas as they police, they have neighbors and friends. Will they do this to them too? As soon as this crap starts in earnest, their own homes and families won't be safe from revenge and repercussions.

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    1. That is one reason it should be policy to release the name of offensive officers and put them on un-paid leave when unarmed teens are gunned down.

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    2. sorry, I forgot to sign

      Tom

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  2. Every care must be taken that our auxiliaries, being stronger than our citizens, may not grow too much for them and become savage beasts.
    - Plato

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  3. A short but sobering article.
    Who Wore it Better: Police Or Army. http://www.clickhole.com/article/police-or-army-who-wore-it-better-777

    Paulette

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    1. Paulette,

      One could say that there is no difference. Clothes don't make the oppressor.

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