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The "thin blue line" is a term for the police that is used to assert that they are the line which keeps society from descending into violent chaos.
The term began as an allusion to the British infantry regiment The Thin Red Line during the Crimean War in 1854. The regiment of Scottish Highlanders — wearing red uniforms — held off a Russian cavalry charge. The "blue" in "thin blue line" refers to the blue color of the uniforms of many police departments.
originally posted by: pianopraze
a reply to: RelSciHistItSufi
National Institute of Mental Healthy and the clowns in america used prisoners in MK ULTRA research here in Lexington KY.
Not directly related to your post, just more info for those interested in Q and MK ULTRA.
Charles De Gaulle's WWII radio transmission from the UK, that started the Vichy government in exile.
With the Vichy leaders gone from French territory, on 23 October 1944, the U.S., Britain and the Soviet Union formally recognized the Provisional Government of the French Republic (GPRF), headed by de Gaulle, as the legitimate government of France.