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After electing Ron Paul, our next step to peaceful revolution.

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posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 01:39 PM
Local Cops ready for war....

DHS, Department of Homeland Security, aka the American Fascism Enforcement Division, fully expects there to be civil unrest. And, they fully expect to violently overthrow the lesser armed "domestic terrorists", such as potentially you and me.
It is not really necessary to make radical claims about the intentions of DHS, to make my point, however. What is clear, is that DHS is arming local police forces. So, we the people need to be in charge of the local police forces. That should be the case anyway, but it often is not.

How though?

Ron Paul has the John and Jane Does of the military. Many of these ex-military people get into law enforcement. We need to REACH these people, and not only that, these people need to be voted into the position of POLICE CHIEF! In fact, the departments across the country need to be awakened to Ron Paul's message, and the THREAT to our freedom's that the federal government now represents.

All of this military hardware can be used in a defensive posture, not offensively against protestors. Until we see the police stand with the protestors, our work is NOT done. If we don't want outright war in the streets, and it looks like DHS is sure spreading the military hardware around, "we" need control of that hardware.

I believe it is our second amendment right to be armed with the weapons needed to counter a domestic attack. DHS agrees, so let's take charge of that hardware.

posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 02:00 PM
I am not sure about most city police departments, as to how the chief gets the job. I believe many are elected, but I don't know if most are.
The county sheriff is an elected position, and perhaps the most important position in the county to have the right person.
We must be involved in local politics.

posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 01:36 AM
reply to post by SurrealisticPillow

The best course of action would be community-police meet and greets. it is harder to do bad things to people you humanize with. Force police officers to humanize with the people in the community. Because look at most police brutality(but not all), it tends to happen in larger cities where it is easy for things to get blurry.

posted on Dec, 24 2011 @ 09:23 AM
reply to post by korathin

I think that is a great idea. It comes down to getting involved, communication. Often I think, especially in the big cities, the police have to join the fraternity. When mistakes happen that cost an innocent person their life, they cover it up. Unfortunately, this opens the door for abuse, and thuggery can result.
The police have to feel like a part of the community, not a "us vs. them" mentality.
But, we HAVE to end the war on drugs. This is the greater problem in my opinion.

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