posted on Nov, 21 2011 @ 09:54 AM
First, there is some group called "soldiers". Second, there is some group called "police".
Now, when soldiers return, they sometimes become police. See the movie "Harsh Times" for one soldier's return to home-life, and his desire to seek
employment as a policeman, but he is told that the only route for him, to be a soldier. Watch this film, then watch the Rambo films (especially part
1, "First Blood") and observe how the whole Rambo thing, is the same as the Harsh Times thing. It's a soldier, who wants to be a cop, or could be
a cop, but is he really the kind of cop we WANT? The cop in "First Blood", is a feudal sheriff-of-nottingham-type asshead. The cop in "Harsh
Times", is the soldier's high school chum, and yet is still a douche. Please watch these great education films, and also, please encourage your
local school board to show these films to their students, in order to break the MK currently being applied to their children.
In fact, as these movies show, it is the plight of the returning soldier, which is the true cause.
Also, the plight of the dumbass cop, who grew up in his town and never went to war, never has seen anything but his home state, yet who oppresses the
returning soldier (see First Blood, Rambo Part 1).
QUESTION: Does the Executive branch, empower the returning soldier, more than they empower, the local fiefdom podunk nottingham-modality
sheriffs/cops/troopers? FURTHER QUESTION: Do the state troopers, since they police/ride Eisenhower's construct (the national highways), obtain more
Federal backing? Further question, if the answer be yes, that these classes all have different power-gifts from the Federal governing body?
How shall we classify, the executive branch and corporate branches of government, in regards to supporting the following classes of agents?
1: current soldier
2: returning soldier
3: current cop ex-soldier
4: current cop no soldiery
5: current highway trooper ex-soldier
6: ex highway trooper no soldiery
... And so on?
The point I am making is this: You cannot know if there are any good men in these groups above, until they are faced with the shoot-dont-shoot
scenario, within the context of their authority. That is to say (and soldiers will know what I mean) until the enemy draws his rifle bead on you and
you must kill him, in order to live, well, until that moment where you must act one way or the other (as Rambo when he is escorted out of town by the
local podunk cop), then you cannot know what sort of man, is inside the uniform. This truth carries forward across all regimes, and all nations. The
uniform as such, removes the knowledge of the man, until the uniform itself, and its authority, is tested. To say it another way, the man who dons a
uniform, hides himself, in a way, and he must transcend the uniform, in order to again be as real, as the non-uniformed.
Understanding the above, we can understand why in the First Blood movie, the stupid podunk officer takes offense to Rambo wearing the jacket whilst
having long hair. He says "its a disgrace to that uniform." Do you see? The Rambo series is merely a display of groups of men fighting over the
costumes/uniforms and the imbued power they carry. The cop thinks his uniform has more resonance with his townspeople. Rambo feels (as he is part
Indian) that long hair and his GI issue jacket, is an American sentiment, and he feels that the cop is wrong about this idea that Rambo disgraces the
uniform. That's what really hackles Rambo, imo. He feels that the local cop feels that cop-dom is more American, than soldier-dom.
Well anyway, the only way to refine these uniformed men, to boil them out as good or bad, is for the people to simply stop consenting. The meek way
is the true way, to boil out the good men in the uniformed ranks. Yes, there will be more SS type thuggery than there will be Rambo-type heroes, but
over time, the people will always win.
Anyway, in none of these movies, is voting mentioned. Basically, is total crap which only results in skull and bones running two Yale bonesmen for
the Executive office (Bush v. Kerry). I bet they'll be laughing 100 years from now, at that one. I mean you really have to tip Satan's cap to
them. Hmm, let's see, Bush was Air National Guard and Kerry was a boat captain. I think Rambo as an Army Ranger, still outranks them both.