Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Law enforcement all over the country seems to be changing from protect and serve to a more blood thirsty entity. They frequently fire on and kill all sorts of non-threatening, unarmed citizens and then their supervisors proclaim it a "good shoot" and no one pays any price. Yesterday I saw a video where police fired on a minivan full of kids when their mother tried to flee a routine traffic stop!!!! Can you see why this happening? Is it by design and the government is training these thugs to carry out atrocities against citizens so they can further their controlling police state? Or have we just become such sheep that the citizens allow this sort of thing without retaliation? Jefferson and Adams would have formed up a militia by now and declared their freedom from this abusive rule!!!
2:27 PM I see a lot going on with regard our country. It "looks" like the energy is changing. I see two dynamics forming. And the government wants to make sure that there is a distinct difference between the "people" and the government. I see the government holding a lot of fear. They want to maintain control, however, many people are upset with the way things are going in regard to inflation, diminishing middle class, jobs, etc... They are so concerned with a revolt that they are trying to lead people out of fear, and in most cases it is working. The government wants to keep the illusion of rights; however, is slowly converting people to follow under a fear based control. Even when an atrocity is occurring, people are becoming scared to stand up and do the right thing.
Q. There are still good, honest, hard-working police out there, but more and more are being corrupted. I ask myself, why is this happening?
A. The image I get is this: I see a bunch of people all lined up and they are walking as if they are in a trance. Like they are unable to think for themselves, and they start mumbling and it looks like they are just repeating what they have been told. This then translates to me as they are hiring people that are easily influenced. They do as they told even if it feels wrong. They don't question authority and just go through the motions like robot. In exchange for doing what they are told they are offered immunity and protection for their decisions. It looks like they are told how to handle a situation, but they lack the ability to be objective.
Q. Why the "good" cops don't stand up against this?
A. I see they are afraid to. Its like a cop can talk to a cop about how they feel or how a situation was handled, but they can't go outside of the immediate group. They can't go to the public about it or they will be hunted down. Then I see a vivid image of Dorner and I get message that "he tried to do the right thing and look what happened to him." And it isn't something they are told or is broadcasted, but rather it is just known and implied. There is some kind of loyalty and brotherhood to being a cop.
Q. The government is aware of this situation because it has been brought up, so why haven't they changed it or become stricter with the way police handle things?
A. I see couple things with that. One, I see protestor and they are sitting and holding posters. They aren't causing problems, but they are creating an organized group. They government doesn't want this happening because it creates problems in the long-run for them. They need people to fear and react accordingly when the police arrive. I see it all surrounding fear.
Then I hear a message about "Fear creates Power because those creating the Fear hold the Power....."
The next thing I hear is that government wants to desensitize the people against how some of these police conduct themselves. By becoming desensitized people gradually form an acceptance and don't resist it as much.. The last thing I get is that the thing the government fears most is the people rising against it, and making people scared is one step they take to avoid a complete revolt.
And that is all I have for now. It is 2:54 PM Thank you. Link to Audio.