posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 12:14 AM
Okay, if no one is aware or in the know about the whole police state/martial law theory then I suggest you look into that before you go on to read my
As of recent years starting from 2012 with the shooting of Trayvon Martin, then this past July the Eric Gerner incident, (where he was choked out by
an officer for selling untaxed cigarettes) and now to the tragic death of Mike Brown. Which there could have been more incidents but these are what
made headline new from what I've caught. We've been seeing aggressive acts from authorities which somehow lead to them to being threatened enough to
take the life of the victim/suspect for what would seem to be petty crimes.
Now my thought is that what if these officers (and neighborhood watch) that were involved know full well of what they are doing? What are they being
taught that they no longer have to use their gun as only last resort, I mean they have tasers and other non-lethal weapons for a reason, why should
they have the need to even pull their gun out on a clearly unarmed suspect? And the Stand-Your-Ground law; was Zimmerman fully aware of this prior to
his actions and knew that it would be used as leverage if it got taken to court? My thoughts is that maybe Zimmerman could have been the first
patsy/fall guy for this agenda. Seeing as though he is not an actual police officer, the police can avoid being looked at in negative light, knowing
that in most cases the police are usually the "good guys" and its extremely hard if not nearly impossible to have your word won over theirs
especially if your dead. So by prompting these shootings on people of poverty particularly African Americans they hope to spark civil unrest in
"their" communities such as rioting, violent protest, and in this case looting and other crimes which would be somewhat anticipated in such
communities by these people.
With such harsh reaction due to the repetitiveness of these cases, causes the police to have to retaliate in a militaristic way even as far as getting
the military itself involved as planned. Now we have militarized procedure being introduced into a police force that is meant to protect the people.
We all know that soldiers are fighters and are meant to engage hostility, and there was hostility in the community that is true. But they are not
peacekeepers, seeing that type of retaliation would only make one feel uneasy and for some even provoke, especially in the eyes of young naive African
Americans which we all know some of their thoughts about cops. Now the big scoop I'm trying to get at is what if America is preparing itself for a
time when they can no longer trust all it's people and the people neither trust them, as we are gradually starting to see these days. In the event
that National Security is at risk let's say threats of terrorism is suspected to be coming from our homeland or even in your own community, don't
you think they are well prepared to handle the task at hand? They look and act prepared as if they need to protect themselves against the people.
After the many tragedies and incidents that have hit this country: 9/11, Katrina, the Boston Bombing, the snow that froze Georgia and down to the
massive power outages we've had. I believe that they have a protocol for every one of these situations and have been practicing these procedures
while we think they are just things that happened just because, but in reality they've been studying how we react during these situations and what
they can do the next time it does happen.
So I just want to add that if there were to ever be a disaster that was damaging enough to cause a food or water shortage can you imagine the chaos
that would run amok? You see a few blacks looting and stirring up unrest in a community over one death imagine if there were thousands at stake? And
not just them but anyone. I know this might've been long winded but do you consider any of this a possibility? Please share me some thoughts on this