Saturday, January 31, 2015

The increasing militarization of police departments under the Democratic Party regime of Barack Obama in the U.S.A. during the last six years, and how they now increasingly view the American people as 'the enemy'



Their attitude is:
The enemy is 'them' a.k.a. The People

I have very bad news for you, and what I am about to tell you will not be found written in the main-stream capitalist U.S. news media.

A military dictatorship is coming soon to the shores of our country.

Abraham Lincoln warned us about it when he said that the threats to the U.S.A. would  likely come from within, and not from foreign shores.

During the presidencies of George W. Bush and Barack H. Obama, the U.S.A. has increased its military activities in foreign countries. These activities are all illegal and unconstitutional. Only the Congress can declare war against foreign nations. Declarations to use force, tortures and thuggery are totally immoral and unethical and go against, and are very strong violations,  of the U.S. Constitution. Both Bush and Obama deserved to be impeached and removed from the White House.

These illegal and unconstitutional foreign wars generate a lot of military equipment. They are now being sold to Police Departments within the U.S.A. as surplus equipment.

They will be used against YOU.

These police departments now have the mentality of “lets go and interrogate” people, but first, let us riddle their bodies with lethal ammunition, and only later, when they are dead, we will ask them some questions. We have badges and guns. WE CAN DO IT!

We have read about Ferguson, Missouri and New York, New York.

I do not want you to misunderstand me. I am not about to defend Michael Brown here. He was a criminal and a violent punk who made a living holding up convenience stores. But he was unarmed when he was brutally murdered by militarized cops. He did not deserve the actions and behavior of these out-of-control thug cops.

Two N.Y. cops were assassinated recently while sitting alone in their patrol cars. Are people striking back? If I was a policeman, I would begin to worry.

It could get very nasty, and real soon, in the streets of the U.S.A.

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