Policing for Profit: Jeff Sessions & Co.’s Thinly Veiled Plot to Rob Us Blind

“Laws are no longer made by a rational process of public discussion; they are made by a process of blackmail and intimidation, and they are executed in the same manner. The typical lawmaker of today is a man wholly devoid of principle — a mere counter in a grotesque and knavish game. If the right pressure could be applied to him, he would be cheerfully in favor of polygamy, astrology or cannibalism. It is the aim of the Bill of Rights, if it has any remaining aim at all, to curb such prehensile gentry. Its function is to set a limitation upon their power to harry and oppress us to their own private profit.”— H.L. Mencken

Let’s not mince words.

Jeff Sessions, the nation’s top law enforcement official, would not recognize the Constitution if he ran right smack into it.

Whether the head of the Trump Administration’s Justice Department enjoys being the architect of a police state or is just painfully, criminally clueless, Sessions has done a great job thus far of sidestepping the Constitution at every turn…… Read More

John Whitehead
John Whitehead

 

It’s Time to Start Imagining a Post-Police World — Why Abolishing the Police is Not a Crazy Idea

Abolishing American police might be our only hope to reform police brutality, violence, and skyrocketing incarceration rate.

“…..The police spend very little of their time dealing with violent criminals — indeed, police sociologists report that only about 10% of the average police officer’s time is devoted to criminal matters of any kind. Most of the remaining 90% is spent dealing with infractions of various administrative codes and regulations: all those rules about how and where one can eat, drink, smoke, sell, sit, walk, and drive. If two people punch each other, or even draw a knife on each other, police are unlikely to get involved. Drive down the street in a car without license plates, on the other hand, and the authorities will show up instantly, threatening all sorts of dire consequences if you don’t do exactly what they tell you.

“The police, then, are essentially just bureaucrats with weapons. Their main role in society is to bring the threat of physical force — even, death — into situations where it never would have been otherwise invoked, such as the enforcement of civic ordinances about the sale of untaxed cigarettes.”

This overcriminalization of, well, living, has exploded prison populations and adversarial policing to a profoundly negative effect……” Read More

It’s Time to Start Imagining a Post-Police World — Why Abolishing the Police is Not a Crazy Idea


I have been pushing this idea for years. The police are blasphemers ( as policing is based upon moral relativism) & usurpers at best.
They are a fairly new institution on the scene, and only about 100 years old.

What did we do to protect ourselves, before we had someone lording over us on each street corner? We had the country sheriff, and you and I: The militia.
And it worked for over 300 years on this continent before the very bad idea of “cops” appeared. Bring back the “Constitutional Militia”!  here & here

This assault on myself in Seymour Missouri further illustrates how useless and detrimental to our rights our “police” are. I could easily relate a dozen more horrific personal  cop stories. 

I have just finished reading and listening to the following 2, well researched books.  The occulted history of policing  in them is fascinating.

By Radley Balko - Rise of the Warrior Cop
By Radley Balko – Rise of the Warrior Cop

 

Battlefield America: The War on the American People
Battlefield America: The War on the American People

~MFP


 

The People are Not the Enemy: Police Anarchy in America

How much longer we can sustain the fiction that we live in a constitutional republic, I cannot say, but anarchy is being loosed upon the nation.

We are witnessing the unraveling of the American dream one injustice at a time.

Day after day, the government’s crimes against the citizenry grow more egregious, more treacherous and more tragic. And day after day, the American people wake up a little more to the grim realization that they have become captives in a prison of their own making. No longer a free people, we are now pushed and prodded and watched over by twitchy, hyper-sensitive, easily-spooked armed guards who care little for the rights, humanity or well-being of those in their care.

The death toll is mounting. The carnage is heartbreaking. The public’s faith in the government to do its job—which is to protect our freedoms—is deteriorating……..  Read More

 

Marijuana sanity in Missouri?

I could not believe how good  the  Missouri  marijuana “bill”  was that I ran across last year.  For starters it was not a bill.  It was a Constitutional amendment.  H’mmm I thought.  Finally some people that are on the right track, as I have been very critical of so called “legalization” in other states. As far as I can see, legalization, as in everything that the psychopaths in the legislature do, was  first of all a scheme to  make the state, and the friends of the legislature, a  lot of money off of the backs of the citizens. When in fact they are supposed to be protecting those citizens rights,   not economically exploiting them.

The  elephant in the room about “legalization” is that it is anything but…..   In each case they just pass new and different laws about how they can kidnap you, and destroy your life over the use of a plant that God gave us in the book of Genesis.

Let’s hope that with some public education that when. Missouri changes it’s laws that  they will reflect a protection of rights, rather than just creating new ways to violate our rights, and euphemistically calling it “legalization”.

Here is one Facebook group that is helping to get the amendment on the ballot:

Missouri Marijuana Legalization Movement 

Here is another article that I ran across:

Here’s What You Can Do to Legalize Marijuana in Missouri

What I do not understand is how the state can claim to “legalize” something that they have no right to criminalize in the first place.  It’s all part of the continueing and never stopping psy-op coming from the state, but that is another conversation….  What I put into my body, is my choice, and one of my infinite  God given inalienable rights.  Obviously a  right does not have to be  listed in the bill of rights. The 9th and 10th amendments acknowledge that fact.  The state on the other hand is practising slavery. i.e. It is claiming to own our bodies.

This country was founded upon the simple principles that John Locke espoused in his Second Treatise on Government.   Thomas Jefferson elucidated them in the Declaration of Independance.  Those principles are:
That we are the sovereigns, and thusly  that we have all rights.  Not a single one of the “legalization” states has even come close to protecting those rights when it comes to MJ.   The fact that this has been allowed to happen is a testament to the successful brainwashing, and dumbing down of the public into not even knowing, much less demanding their rights.

The public knows nothing of the history of the Opium Wars.   That the global elite, the same ones that are behind the The UN Drug Control Conventions that we have adopted, are the ones that are behind and are benefiting from the “war on drugs”, and  the  useful idiots, the order followers in blue,  definitely do not understand the  Satanic agenda that they are helping implement.

The drug war in the  US, like the Opium Wars, has been a tool to trample our rights, to socially engineer, to corrupt both police and government officials, and to go after enemies of the state.   In that respect the war on drugs has been extremely successful, but does any of this sould like a legitimate function of government?

How Governments Have Used the War on Drugs to Oppress Their Enemies

 

Kansas City, MO Votes 74% To Decriminalize Marijuana

I hope that you give what I have had to say some thought.
Thanks for sticking around to the end. 🙂

~MFP

 

“JOIN OR DIE”

 
The very greatest impediment to humanity throwing off the chains of illegitimate government, were expressed by Benjamin Franklin over 200 years ago, in his famous “Join or Die” political cartoon.
 

This is just as true today as in the Revolutionary era. The masses are dumbed down in government schools, and have fallen for the divide and conquer. Americans even though it may save their lives and liberties are too stupid to work together and remain largely divided. “Christians” are IMHO the biggest offenders here.  Most of them do not even really support the concept of God given rights with anything other than lip service, much less be willing to work together to defeat the dark forces that are in power…… rather ironic if you think about it ~MFP

 

Pastor Chuck Baldwin hits the nail on the head about  US “Christians” doing the exact same thing that the Christians in Nazi Germany did when faced with evil… They went along and said nothing! ~MFP

“…And as I have discussed many times in this column and in my messages, Romans 13 is one of the most egregiously misinterpreted passages of Scripture in America. Romans 13 is distorted to the point that Christians in this country have become little more than carbon copies of what a majority of Christians became in Nazi Germany: sheepish slaves of the state.

Yes, Romans 13 was Hitler’s favorite Bible passage. He had many of Germany’s pastors and preachers (“spiritual advisers”) constantly delivering sermons and Bible studies that taught (indoctrinated) churches to believe that, as Germany’s leader, Hitler had God’s approbation to do “anything,” including attacking foreign countries (which, of course, he did), and that it was the Christian’s duty to submit–and that any lack of submission to Hitler was a lack of submission to God. If this sounds eerily familiar to what you are hearing in the church you currently attend, you are in a Hitlerian church, my friend, and you need to GET OUT……”  Read More

 Americans could learn a heck of a lot from the Ants in this popular movie. The lesson is what the deep state does not want  the sheep to know:   “join or die”:   ~MFP

A bug’s life final battle, and Hopper’s death

Pastor Chuck Baldwin:

“…And as I have discussed many times in this column and in my messages, Romans 13 is one of the most egregiously misinterpreted passages of Scripture in America. Romans 13 is distorted to the point that Christians in this country have become little more than carbon copies of what a majority of Christians became in Nazi Germany: sheepish slaves of the state.

Yes, Romans 13 was Hitler’s favorite Bible passage. He had many of Germany’s pastors and preachers (“spiritual advisers”) constantly delivering sermons and Bible studies that taught (indoctrinated) churches to believe that, as Germany’s leader, Hitler had God’s approbation to do “anything,” including attacking foreign countries (which, of course, he did), and that it was the Christian’s duty to submit–and that any lack of submission to Hitler was a lack of submission to God. If this sounds eerily familiar to what you are hearing in the church you currently attend, you are in a Hitlerian church, my friend, and you need to GET OUT……”

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It’s Literally Insane to Unleash Government against Opiates

This week, Donald Trump focused all his energy on addressing the opiate crisis. Calling for enhanced “law and order” tactics, Trump promised to use the very same methods that have already proven themselves to be useless in fighting drug consumption.

“Strong law enforcement is absolutely vital to having a drug-free society,” Trump said on Tuesday. “I’m confident that by working with our health care and law enforcement experts we will fight this deadly epidemic and the United States will win.”

All terrible government policies have unintended consequences.

It would appear that Trump has been living under a rock for the past 30 years. As anyone who has paid any attention to the government’s failed war on drugs would know, the “law and order” approach simply doesn’t work. If it did, the opiate epidemic would have never happened in the first place….. READ MORE

 

The Imbecile Tax Eric Peters on what’s next from the safety nazis

Grown-ups used to appreciate being treated as grown-ups, especially by other grown-ups. How is it that today’s grown-ups demand that they be treated like not-too-bright children?

This manifests all over but one obvious area is new cars. The latest example being what Nissan just announced it will be installing in at least one of its 2018 models – the Pathfinder SUV – and probably, inevitably, the rest, too:

“Rear Door Alert.”

Its purpose? To remind Moo or Duh (or both of them, together) that Baby Finster is strapped into his seat back there and not to forget and leave him to roast like a pork loin while they go shopping for a new sail fawn……. READ MORE

The Imbecile Tax

Jeff Sessions Is a Thief Like the rest of the government. Article by Ron Paul.


Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently ordered the Justice Department to increase the use of civil asset forfeiture, thus once again endorsing an unconstitutional, authoritarian, and increasingly unpopular policy.

Civil asset forfeiture, which should be called civil asset theft, is the practice of seizing property believed to be involved in a crime. The government keeps the property even if it never convicts, or even charges, the owner of the property.

Police can even use civil asset theft to steal from people whose property was used in criminal activity without the owners’ knowledge. Some have even lost their homes because a renter or houseguest was dealing drugs on the premises behind the owners’ backs…….. READ MORE