Friday, May 01, 2015

Nationalazation of city and State Police Forces

For some time I have seen the pieces and being put into place of Washington creating a national police force.  Beholden NOT to the city, state or local governments, but to the federal government.   A national police force built around the frame work of the East German Stasi.  From 1950 until the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the Ministry for State Security (known as the Stasi) operated one of the most sophisticated and oppressive intelligence networks ever known. The East German secret police had a roll call of more than 100,000 officers and 170,000 spies who maintained order by keeping the country under a blanket of fear. They tapped thousands of telephones, drilled peepholes into people’s apartments, and controlled the press. Political offenders were sent to the prisons or mental hospitals or simply killed outright.

2 years ago posters began appearing in major cities all around the US with the phrase 'See something, Say something.' This was a very nasty tactic of the East German Stasi secret police. It basically turned the people against themselves. It had a chilling effect on freedom and democracy.  The state was able to co-opt the people to fight and betray one another. 

Now, we have these media blown event whose narratives are being scripted to the force Washington to intervene and replace local and state police with a National police force.  Black police officers kill white criminals every day in America. This is NEVER reported on in the mainstream media, and if it is the fact that the police officer is black is never mentioned.  Just, as when, large groups of black teenage thugs rampage through the streets of Chicago and Boston  the race of the teenagers in question is never mentioned. This is because this does not fit the narrative Washington is pushing.

Now, conveniently, the tax cheat, liar, and lackey of the White House is floating a trial balloon.   

Today, May 1st 2015 Al Sharpton called for the Justice Department to “take over policing in this country” and stated “we’re going to have to fight states’ rights” in comments recorded by the Baltimore Sun on Thursday.

Sharpton said, “we need the Justice Department to step in and take over policing in this country. In the 20th century, they had to fight states’ rights in — to get the right to vote. We’re going to have to fight states’ rights in terms of closing down police cases.”

Notice what Sharpton said in closing...

'We must fight States Rights.'   
 What he is really saying is that we must begin to dismantle the Bill of Rights. Because, it is the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, which both holds back the power of the Federal government, and at the same time protecting states rights against federal tyranny.  Once there is a national police force beholden ONLY to Washington then the dismanteling of the Bill of Rights and the censure of the Constitution can begin in earnest.  


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