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I’ve Been Thinking

I asked a couple of days ago why they were making such a big deal about the police not doing their jobs. I was wondering what the end game was, and I think I have it. They are following the Alinsky “Rules for Radicals” and the CIA insurgency manual. If you are unfamiliar with them, I did a three part series on them back in 2020. You can find part one here, part two here, and part three is here.

When an attempted overthrow of a government is in the works, one of the things that needs to happen is a loss of trust in the government’s ability to run things and provide needed services to its citizens. They do this by using violence and mayhem to both make the citizens feel unsafe, and to sabotage infrastructure so that people are crying out for basic services.

Once the people don’t trust the government to do that job any more, they turn to the revolutionaries to do it for them, and the revolutionaries step in and “fix” the problem that they themselves created. I think we are seeing a variation of that. The left already hates the local and state police. Now all they have to do is get the right on board.

American Greatness thinks that this is exactly what is happening to the police, and I can’t say that I disagree with them. That is no way means that I am going to support cops who stand around and arrest parents while children are being murdered, but I see what is happening.

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Absolutely, fuck those cops that leech and abuse the position of course, but they want us on board with getting rid of police.

Similarly even if it was not necessarily the intended effect of all the recent madness: a lot of cops and military are quitting before getting their full retirement and pension. Less Americans are sending their kids to public schools. A lot of people are trusting the medical system less and are less likely to seek treatment. Government could save a lot of money by driving people away from using its services while still taxing the shit out of them.

Don’t forget a potential side benefit to the bureaucracy. You see, the govt doesn’t have a million spare cops standing around waiting to take over. So instead, they’ll just transition the existing local police force into the new national police force. Same cops, but suddenly they are no longer incompetent racists but instead caring and trained professionals. And your tax dollar, which used to stay local and pay for the local police, will now have to travel to DC first before getting sent back to your community to pay for those cops. And thousands of little sniveling bastards will get to skim off the top and furnish their little nest eggs with your money.

So you’ll pay more in taxes, way more, to get the same police officers who now report to new bosses who aren’t local and aren’t concerned for your local issues. And a whole new wave of bureaucrats have a whole ‘nother bucket of money to play with.

This may be true, but the police have been getting more authoritarian and violent over the past three decades. They outfit themselves in military kit, carry AR’s, drive around in MRAPs and refer to the population as “civilians” (Hint: so are they).

So when they chose sides and let Trump supporters get beaten in the streets, when they stood down during the BLM/Antifa riots, and when they strutted around doing nothing but handcuffing mothers when their children were being executed in Uvalde, I have no more sympathy for them.

I tried, I really tried to support them as I had for the first 30 years of my life, but that trust has been broken.

I now know, in no uncertain terms, that they’ll gladly shoot my family and my dog if we stand between them and their fat pension.

It seems that every time the supreme court is hearing arguments about anything to do with the 2nd amendment, there’s a huge uptick in shootings and the constant reporting of shootings. Faux Nooz top of the hour radio spot is really hammering away on this and always cites the locations, except for Chicago with their steady drip, drip, drip of murders.

Chicago is rarely if ever mentioned for some strange reason.

Can’t argue against your logic.

A side effect of loss of respect and or faith in Law Enforcement is those with any real morals leave and the rest become LOYAL Praetorians of the State.

Even Stalin needed loyal police for his state.

Soon we will call today the good old days.

Look up Karl-Otto Patel and his National Bolshevism theory for after the Long Marching Marxists have destroyed the state.
JoJo Brandon isn’t incompetent as he follows through on burning it all down better.

I remember when we normies liked and supported the police, way back in the misty, ancient days of 2008 or so.

Now, they’ve managed to alienate us. Sucks to be them.

It’s a workable theory. I find myself doubting it’s ultimate success. Yes, they will fuck things up, probably irreparably. But the outcome they desire by pursuing this plan is doomed from coming to fruition, because they are simultaneously arrogant and incapable of anything other than sloppily executed destruction. Which means they will break the system, but have no hope of creating their imagined utopia, much less holding it together.

Remember … law enforcement is not obligated to protect any citizens which, of course, includes children. The only people they have any duty to protect are the incarcerated – prisoners.

While I am fully willing to believe that the pedo-groomer fascists who have seized control of the Formerly United States of America are dumb enough to ignore the implications , I can’t stop myself from mentioning that ‘trust in the police’ (what little remains), and Federal Take-Over of Local Police are mutually contradicting concepts.

Failure and lack of confidence in institutions is a hallmark of a fourth turning. They’ll keep it up until it explodes.

Not having learnt the lessons of our ancestors, I don’t think things will work out like they plan.

Police cannot be sued or prosecuted for failing to do their job. The better question is what happens when the police prevent others from rendering aid and assistance like happened in Parkland and Uvalde.

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