posted on Aug, 1 2010 @ 03:04 PM
I find it hard to look at these enforcers as individually thinking adults. There is no need for the amount of force, no precedent for the failure to
communicate. I like the voice in the background… “You have no power. Take off your uniforms, then what do you have?”
Americans are scared. If you are a corn fed law abiding citizen who pays taxes and supports our troops, you are still not safe from those who are
meant to protect you. If they feel you are not acting accordingly to their standards, whatever that individuals standards are at that moment, then you
are deemed a threat and must be forcefully neutralized.
Your options as an American who finds himself confronted by police without breaking any written laws of our government
1. Do everything they tell you, answer all questions they ask, and also don’t look nervous doing so. This will lead to a possible lecture on why you
where wrong and perhaps a good bit of advice from a well learned and experienced American in uniform. You will be sent on your way if said officer is
in a good mood; fined, jailed, or worse if not. Most likely after just a little of your time, you will be back to microwaving your children’s dinner
while e-shopping for some new shades, all the while watching survivor nine.
2. Inform officer on the law as is written, and on why what you were doing in no way violates said law. What will happen next is you will be asked to
move, no matter where you are at this time, to a less dominate, more submissive posture or position. You will then be demanded to show some form ID.
Sure, I’ll show you my ID, now what? Backup. While waiting for backup, the officer will not speak with you, but will take this time to run all
background checks possible. Backup arrives. Officer 1 informs officers 2-? of your infractions and of your lack of cooperation. Officers will discuss,
then approach you cautiously, chest out, hand on personal favorite backup. You will then be informed again on the infraction with the addition of non
compliance or resisting or what have you. If you do not at this point admit and submit, this is when things can get dangerous. I did nothing wrong,
you have nothing on me, I am now going to turn around, walk away, and continue paying your salaries (I wouldn’t say that last part out loud). You
will then be attacked, yes attacked and taken to the ground, where a knee will press the air from your lungs while a pair of strong arms gently locks
your arms behind you. Only law broken at this point is assault, but that charge is somehow on you. You will now be taken from your family, your life,
and your freedom to the police station. At this point, you have been harassed, assaulted, and kidnapped. Your life as you knew it is now in their
hands. Who’s hands? Where is the power of free speech and freedom given at birth to all man? You are now held forever without trail, because you and
your fellow countrymen failed to do anything when a bill was passed allowing this very thing, but at the time you thought security was worth it.
I know it got a little out of hand at the end there, but I dont care.
Sorry for the rant, I try not to do this but this subject is my Achilles tendon.