posted on Oct, 23 2013 @ 04:10 PM
reply to post by supermarket2012
You are correct. DHS is trying to Militarize local police. It is already here. At the start of 2012, DHS issued a report entitled “Homeland
Security and Intelligence: Next Steps in Evolving the Mission”
Homeland Security and Intelligence
Which basically states in part on how to redirect efforts of the federal government from International Terrorism toward Home-Grown "terrorists"
and to form a DHS-controlled POLICE FORCE agency that would Control All Cities and Towns through the USE of local police departments.
In Salt Lake City It's been reported:
"Under the creation of the Unified Police Department (UPD) in Salt Lake City, Utah jurisdictions and municipalities previously controlled by the Salt
Lake County Sheriff’s Office was reallocated to UPD. This became the new police department and eventually the standard for other police departments
across the nation."
"The UPD dissolved the Sheriff’s Office and installed a completely compromised police force that was essentially a hired security firm that
could be manipulated by federal agencies or acclimated into a national police force in the future."
And than, We have this guy.
Eric Cantor, Congressional Majority Leader, introduced a bill into the House of Representatives that encouraged private sector “police companies”
to replace law enforcement on the State and local level by coercing a new police protection insurance that would tack on a fee to citizens for the use
of “police protection”.
Cantor justified this move as justified for having citizens pay for the police to be called to scenes as a “communal service” that is
contractual just as any other service or good is paid for. As a customer, the citizen would tell 911 dispatch their insurance information for payment
purposes to be billed after the police were deployed to the scene, or services were rendered. Turning local police departments into private security
firms that provide services to the public (and Revenue to Corporations) was the scheme behind privatizing law enforcement.
It's a sad state of affairs. This is what our future looks like. And sadly, it is here.