NYPD’s Cop Union: ‘We Have Become a Wartime Police Department’ after Two Officers Slain

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The New York Police Department has declared “war” after two officers were killed Saturday in their squad car while taking part in an anti-terrorism drill by a gunmen said to be taking revenge for the death of Eric Garner.

The accused Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who reportedly took his own life after the killings, is said to be connected to the Black Guerilla Family prison gang, who police recently warned were gunning for police.

Saying “There’s blood on many hands,” the head of the NYPD’s police union, Patrick Lynch, placed much of the blame on the Mayor’s Office and formally asked Mayor Bill de Blasio not to attend the funerals of the slain officers for appearing overly sympathetic to Eric Garner protests.

“Those that incited violence on this street under the guise of protest, that tried to tear down what New York City police officers did everyday… We tried to warn it must not go on, it cannot be tolerated. That blood on the hands starts on the steps of city hall in the office of the mayor.”

Police turned their backs on Mayor de Blasio as they gathered to show respects for Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu outside the hospital where they were pronounced dead. When De Blasio stated, “We’re all in this together,” one officer was heard retorting, “No, we’re not.”

Very tense. Very divisive.

It has been an edgy couple of months here in Police State USSA, with the fallout of Ferguson after the Michael Brown shooting, followed by Eric Garner’s death at the hands of NYPD for selling untaxed cigarettes and the shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Cleveland for playing with a BB gun in a public park.

In the wake of the shootings, the NYPD’s union New York Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association issued this bulletin showing that the NYPD are most certainly not taking things lightly:

“Starting IMMEDIATELY: At least two units are to respond to EVERY call, no matter the condition or severity, no matter what type of job is pending, or what the opinion of the patrol supervisor happens to be.

 “IN ADDITION: Absolutely NO enforcement action in the form of arrests and or summonses is to be taken unless absolutely necessary and an individual MUST be placed under arrest.

“These are precautions that were taken in the 1970’s when police officers were ambushed and executed on a regular basis.

“The mayor’s hands are literally dripping with our blood because of his words actions and policies and we have, for the first time in a number of years, become a ‘wartime’ police department. We will act accordingly.” (emphasis added)

Well, Michael Bloomberg did say the NYPD was his own “army” back when he was mayor.

On a side note (which really shouldn’t be the side note here), what exactly do they mean by “Absolutely NO enforcement action in the form of arrests and or summonses is to be taken unless absolutely necessary and an individual MUST be placed under arrest.”

Are they admitting openly what we already know? That not all enforcement actions and arrests are “absolutely necessary” to begin with?

It’s too bad we live in a country where that isn’t the rule all the time. Unless I’m mistaken, I thought it was supposed to be. Why isn’t it??

Of course we know it isn’t.

We live in a total police state where a man can lose his life for the cost of a rapid transit train ticket, a movie ticket or selling loose cigarettes on a street corner. In fact, while only 31 officers were shot in the line of duty in 2013, no one even really knows how many people are shot by police in this country each year.

Some say over 5,000 civilians have been killed by police since 9/11.

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  • cmb

    Bloomberg: ‘I have my own army’
    http://rt.com/usa/bloomberg-nypd-army-york-599/
    “I have my own army in the NYPD, which is the seventh biggest army in the world,” said Bloomberg, reports The New York Observer. “I have my own State Department, much to Foggy Bottom’s annoyance. We have the United Nations in New York, and so we have an entree into the diplomatic world that Washington does not have.”

    Yes, Bloomberg said he has his own army. He said he has his own State Department. Yes, he said that New York and his title there gives him practically as power as the commander-in-chief. And yes, once again, Bloomberg said that he has an army.

    An army seventh in size at roughly 35,000 soldiers — er, police officers — and first in corruption it would seem.

    • usmcmailman

      There are 200 million armed Americans ! Do the math.

      • John

        Until they bring out all their new Tesla weapons that they will use against us.
        Then the math changes in their favor.

        • Pravda01

          Coward!

          • John

            Go ahead & fall for their ploy. They are planning on eliminating a lot of you useless eaters as they like to call you, & you are going to fall for it.

            They are provoking the citizens, just like they are provoking Russia & other countries to war. And it looks like everyone is ready to choose violence.

            And when you become violent against them, they will pull out all the new toys they have & use them against you.

            Choose the Kingdom of Peace & stay out of it, or you are going to perish.

            Turn not to the right or to the left, Turn aside thy foot from evil! Proverbs 4-27

            Quit falling for the ploys of the corrupt two party system in America.

    • username_declined

      Bloomberg was way off. More like 70th largest if only counting active duty

      • Greg Straw

        I think he was talking about his police.. but I could be wrong.

    • Greg Straw

      Hope for his sake he has a real good hiding place if he tries it.

    • Pravda01

      Make no mistake Bloomberg is an insane Zionist Jew!

  • cmb

    States have already weaponized the police and judicial system. Time to disarm and disband the police.

    • Jane

      I would rather work with local police any day. If no, we’re left with our choice of the National Gaurd, Homeland Security officers or U.N. “peacekeepers.”
      So, I say please work with local police.

      • cmb

        Show the public what YOU have done to warrant this opinion though I don’t disagree. You trumpet claims but have you lived the process?. When was the last time you “worked” with local police? After complaints to the FBI which went nowhereI had to file lawsuits against local police for perjury, falsifying evidence, civil rights violations, obstruction etc.. and worse has occurred.
        Step up or shut up

        • Pravda01

          Correct – protest doesn’t work against a brutal police regime. What is needed is resistance – this is no longer America this is Zio-Nazi-insanity.

        • Jane

          I’m very sorry cmb. You’ve had horrible experiences. I know the police can be corrupt, I live in FL. Our police are always making the news. I just feel there’s more of a chance of being seen & treated as a human at the local level. If the local level is gone, we’re left with marshal law. I don’t want to see our whole country ‘in lockdown’ they way Boston was for awhile. Is it wrong to not look forward to Marshall Law? I feel that the ‘powers that be’ are doing every thing they can to divide Americans as a people. It’s shameful.

          • cmb

            I agree Jane. And, current actions are underway to move policing into the national realm. These lawsuits I am embroiled in against my local department should have been handled by the FBI – they are no less crooked.
            I am surprised at how far I have gotten in these filings and thus encourage people here to file suits. Even if one looses it costs the city and department thousands to defend and loss of credibility. I always ask for jury trials because Judges are not independent and protect officials who try to hide behind Sovereign Immunity to avoid accountability – current Judge has supported. People have to organize, plan and FIGHT back. People in this community have been terrorized by these lying thugs and are too afraid to stand up to them.

          • Jane

            cmb;
            It’s that moving all of America’s policing to a national level I’m very concerned about. I applaud your efforts to uncover corruption at the local level. As far as the FBI & CIA, they are the police for the corporations. Those entities that ‘serve American interests.’ I do not expect any true justice from FBI or CIA. I know very well that our government wants our American society to fail so they can bring out the big artillery & enact all those Executive Orders they’ve been piling up for decades. I’m afraid when there is no longer any local accountability is when they’ll begin truly ’rounding people up.’ I don’t want to see that begin.

          • cmb

            Agreed. Very dangerous moving toward a nationalized police state. Nazi Germany. A collective, massive movement is needed but time is running out and few are doing little but complaining.

          • Jane

            The only thing missing at this point is the demonization of one particular group of persons. Maybe they’re trying to use the police for that. I believe when they are done vilifying the police, they’ll move on to another group. I believe Christians or those who continue to dare to believe in our Constitution are way up on the list. I think the black-white thing is a distraction.

          • Jane

            It’s shameful how they are trying to put such a divide between white & black. I have mixed grandkids. I love them dearly. I can see the disparities very clearly, but as a society – we’ve come so far. I wouldn’t let anyone hurt my grandkids & I wouldn’t stand for any unfairness of any child in my presence. So, I’m white w 2 black grandsons & 1 black granddaughter. I am afraid for my black grandsons. I know the statistics. I’m more afraid for them with their own peers when they grow up. I know they have to be taught that deference thing & it makes me ill – I don’t have to teach my other grandkids “that code.” I’m afraid that they need it for survival.

          • cmb

            Horrible, just horrible….. M heart goes out to your family
            Cris Rock once joked – ” no white person in this audience would willingly trade places with me to become a black male. And I’m rich!”

      • Pravda01

        America has recreated Nazi Land: SS, SA and GESTAPO.

        You Americans still think you won the war against the Germans?

        • Arcanek

          The Germans are just a distraction. It’s the central bankers who are at was with the populace. It’s been that way since the beginning of civilization. The banks were a more modern version, but it’s the same game of self declared authority.

    • http://privacy.com MARCUS

      Put the blame where it belongs: end federal involvement in local matters. No more donations of war toys. No more grants, essentially bribe money with strings from the Feds. No more federally mandated “training”. Get Washington out of state and local matters, then we can get a handle on our local PD.

  • Bruce Prentis

    thir blood is on the likes of the traitor in chief, Holder, Sharpton and Deblasio.

    DAMN THEM ALL.

    • Cracker122049

      Their blood is on the criminals in their departments too and departments all across ameriKa now. The ones you names are only taking advantage of easy picking like the buzzard phuquers that they are!

      • Bruce Prentis

        You are right. There’s a whole lot of bad cops out there. Unless these two cops participated in the actions of waging abuses, their death is a waste. The war should be on bad cops, not wholesale slaughter of all cops. Just like police actions shouldn’t be wholesale war on all citizens. The ones I mention fan the flames and has pretty much condoned the war on all police, not correcting system and eliminating the bad ones. But, this is more than likely the outcome they wanted.

        • cateye

          You are correct Bruce, most cops are just good people trying to make a living. There are bad cops and those who are should be removed from the force. The average cop has no control over the militarized equipment that the force receives or the multitude of laws that they are supposed to enforce. Equating all the police by the actions of the bad apples is like equating all black people by the actions of the street thugs in the inner cities. It is ridiculous and it stands a good chance of spinning out of control. If the aim is anarchy, we just might get it.

          • usmcmailman

            That’s what the Muslim-in-Chief wants !

          • Dr. Jonzz

            Right, 98% of cops give the rest a bad image.

          • http://none.com Plextt

            Ignorant fool. How many DUI’s?

          • Arcanek

            You’re the ignorant fool. Ever serve jury duty on a criminal case?

          • http://none.com Plextt

            No.

          • Pravda01

            Guess – it is O.K. if you make a living with murder. Where is the difference between the real thugs and the thugs in uniform? Yes – the thugs in uniform murder more civilians than the other kind.

          • Arcanek

            One of them also considers themselves ‘authorized and legitimate’.

      • Pravda01

        Why do you think the authorities call it Criminal Justice System? Yes – it is criminal.

        • Arcanek

          All government is criminal. they extract tribute by use or threat of use of force. If anyone else does that, they call it terrorism.

  • Cracker122049

    Now they know how the citizens think when they shoot their family members because THEY are the ones that started this so called war and nobody wants to address this. Stomping on the Constitution and brutality after a while will get so bad things happening when the law cover up as much of it as is possible. This kind of thing should not come as a surprise to anyone that is paying any attention.Here’s a small hint.MILITARIZED POLICE WEARING BODY ARMOR AND MASK”S! I guess we could add many more things too but if the sheep haven’t seen them by this point they never will anyway till one of those pigs is standing over them in their living room even if it is the wrong address!

    • Arcanek

      The constitution was a sham. the founders were not even authorized to call a convention, let alone dissolve the nation that chertered them to only suggest changes for approval by the states congress.

  • CharlesH

    I abhor the senseless killing of anyone. Seems the NYPD and others will now use this sorry incident to run rip shod over the populace. “Wartime” police department? Things are going to go from being bad to being intolerable. Don’t look for any winners in this – there won’t be any.

  • doucyet

    Some people just don’t get it. They talk all bad sitting in their comfort chair at the keyboard while sipping on whatever………..”get rid of those damn police”! Foolishness……

    Without the police department your best trained best armed gang would be in control of your city……..anarchy would result…….until the army arrives! You talk about militarization……..you ain’t seen nothing!

    • Bert

      Plenty of people “don’t get it”, you may be one of them yourself. While I don’t necessarily condone a total disbanding of law enforcement, I do believe a dramatic reduction in LE, at all levels (federal state and local), using nothing more than rigorous psychological testing to determine who gets canned. The problem might arise, however, that forces would be reduced to nearly nothing, as a very high percentage of LEO’s probably shouldn’t be allowed in that field of work, after a thorough psych eval. If unwarranted shootings (outright murder, really) of US citizens continues unabated by law enforcement, the people will continue to become more hostile towards law enforcement until shootings like this are commonplace, rather than unique. I’ve done some research the last few days, and from what I’ve been able to find (which isn’t as much as you’d think, information is suppressed to a fair degree) as many as 4 out of 5 officer involved shootings (that’s 80%), give or take a little, come under suspicious circumstances, most often because the victim was either completely unarmed, or posed no credible threat to anyone. And if people do begin ambushing officers on a routine basis, law enforcement agencies will share the larger portion of the blame. When a cop suffers no consequences for committing murder, people begin to feel they have no legal recourse, and tend to begin exacting retribution, rather than justice, by any means necessary. You can only police the people to the extent they will allow themselves to be policed, and it appears the limit is quickly being reached, in many areas.

      • doucyet

        There are some 330 million people in this country with 1 million police officers and less than one half of one percent (500) of them are “problem” officers. That’s a much better percentage than the general public. Which officers is it you claim “murdered” with no recourse?

        • Dr. Jonzz

          Only 500 problem cops? What, are you delusional or just bad liar?

          • doucyet

            Neither……………how about yourself?

        • Bert

          If you believe less than 1 percent of law enforcement officers are corrupt, you’re either living in a dream world, or you’re a cop and living in a dream world….or just an outright liar. If strangling a man for selling untaxed smokes, shooting down a guy with a small (2″) folding pocket knife from 20′ away, opening fire on a boy with a BB gun who never even pulled pointed it at the officer, or shooting ANYBODY who’s unarmed and poses no credible threat doesn’t constitute murder, then please tell me what crime you might consider falls under that offense. Does a cop need to shoot someone sleeping in their bed before it’s called murder? Or maybe not even then (snoring could be considered dangerous, I suppose), or maybe killing someone in the shower holding a bar of soap in a threatening manner? No, wait, that’s been done, the officer wasn’t charged.

          None of those crimes I mentioned resulted in an indictment for any crime, and most of those officers didn’t even lose their job. Does that fall under your idea of justice?

          • doucyet

            It’s one half of one percent that are problem officers. That statistic was researched and reported by Paul Harvey. I don’t know how old the information is, but I”m certain at the time it was accurate. I’m not a cop, I’m not dreaming and I don’t lie. OK, one at time…….

            #1) Eric Garner was tackled and choked (a move that is not illegal) for resisting arrest, not selling cigarettes. Remedy: Do not resist arrest.
            #2) Knife guy; a man with a knife (or any other lethal object) can be on top of you in 3 seconds from 20′ (go ahead, count to three) he also did not follow orders and moved in their direction with the knife. I would have shot him myself!

            Now, the kid with the gun……….I’m kinda siding with you on that one. But hey, it’s a war on cops out there and a dude with a “weapon” like that standing in front of me, I’d be jumpy too! That cop should have been prosecuted.

            The soap thing I never heard about, so I can’t say. There are some bad cops out there, no doubt about it. They need different training, no doubt about it. But they are a necessity in our society and if you had to deal with the dregs they deal with day in and day out you may well need “sensitivity” training yourself from time to time. I for one am glad they step up to do the thankless job that they do. But try not to throw the entire force under the bus for a few cops making bad split second decisions.

          • Arcanek

            You’re totally delusional. If the number was that small, the good cops would have no problem rooting them out, cop.

          • doucyet

            What? Do you make sense to yourself?

          • Bert

            I’m not going to quote and reference statistics, because to be completely frank, they’re nearly unbelievable. Please do some research yourself and you’ll find the same things I did. When I worked in law enforcement, 20 years ago, I left after a short period of time because roughly have the department I was with were corrupt bullies who were worse than the criminals they jailed (the sheriff was the worst of the lot), and I can only imagine it’s worse now, than then. And look at the officer involved shooting deaths of citizens just in the last few years compared to only 10 years ago, or even 5. It’s increasing at an extremely rapid rate, and most of these shootings are suspicious, for varying reasons. The information isn’t that easy to find, it really has been suppressed very well, but you’ll find it if you spend a little time on it, and when you do you’ll be shocked.

          • doucyet

            I don’t guess there are any easy answers Bert. I know we have an issue with ever increasing “hard core” cops……..we also have a problem with ever increasing hard core criminals. We could probably start at the training level with a kinder gentler approach and go from there, but as soon as the video is shown of the guy walking up to the officer with his hands in his pockets all smiles and then whips out a .45 and shoots the cop……….well, there goes your friendly neighborhood officer attitude and the hard core training starts all over. There are no easy answers……I don’t think!

      • ScroodeMcDuck

        We need to totally disband public law enforcement with its state and federal leashes. It is time to go back to elected sheriffs and Citizen Militias only. Deputized local citizens would put law enforcement into community hands and promote self policing.

        • http://Www.texags.com wesleyangun

          Yeah, that worked so well in the Jim Crow south with all those lynchings.

    • Reverend Draco

      You might want to ask your doctor to adjust your meds. . .

      Without police, there almost wouldn’t be gangs. . . gangs being an “unintended consequence” of the State.

      Do you even know what “Anarchy” means? I’d be willing to be that it doesn’t mean what you think it does. . .

      I wonder. . . what could you do if you had an actual education?

      • doucyet

        Why is it that in many cases people (such as yourself) that talk about education often begin their retort with an insult? Is that a vain attempt to bolster ones imagined superiority?

        As for your comment, I don’t where you came up with “unintended consequence” of the State (I do need that explained to me) but, ruthless street gangs are a reality today even while being kept in check by the police, try removing that control and see what happens.

        As for the meaning of anarchy, here is the meaning in the way I meant it, and I didn’t have to spell it out for the others, b : a state of lawlessness and disorder due to the absence of governmental authority. You know, the police. Now excuse me while I go work on my education.

        • Reverend Draco

          You should have started years ago. . . but at least you (say) you’re willing to try.

          Most, if not all, street gangs come about as a means of protection against the JBTs – without official thugs, the unofficial ones have little/no reason to exist. Capisce?

          Your definition of Anarchy leaves mush to be desired – like the actual definition of Anarchy.
          Anarchy means – literally – No Government.
          In other words, Anarchy means the absence of officially sanctioned, heavily-armed criminals preying on innocent people.
          The unofficial criminals are easy to deal with – the State-sanctioned criminals are the real problem. . . and the way to eliminate the problem is to. . . eliminate the source of the problem – Government.

          If you State-theists weren’t so creepy, you’d almost be comical. You’re absolutely as pig-ignorant as any other theist, and for the same reasons – intellectual laziness and fear.

          Stay Frosty.

          • doucyet

            They have no reason to exist and yet they do, thousands of them, that’s brilliant. Oh yea……it’s to protect them from the JBTs. Most inner city crime and killings are gang on gang related or gang initiated, you’re denying that? You make these absurd claims with absolutely no supporting evidence! Capisce!

            It’s not my definition of the word, it’s in dictionaries as such, know how to use one? You want it mean what you say it means to fit your argument, I told you how I meant it to fit into my comment, words can’t possibly have two meanings………… can they?

          • Arcanek

            Yes, it’s in the dictionary, but try thinking for yourself. Look at the roots of the word. And what was that you were saying about education?

          • doucyet

            I’m looking at the word and the meaning in which I applied it, don’t really care how you try to spin the roots!

          • Arcanek

            Rev, it actually means without a ruler. You were close.

        • Arcanek

          You respond right back with the insults. And anarchy means without a ruler. In other words, equality. It has nothing to do with disorder. How do you define monarchy or plutarchy then? You need an education. All you got was a schooling.

          • doucyet

            Stay on subject there scholar, don’t distract yourself. The word “anarchy” (like many words) has a number of meanings depending on how it’s used in the context of the discussion. So……….when you start your own discussion using the word, you may use it the way you’re suggesting……I did not use it in that way, so try to keep up!

      • Bert

        I don’t know if I buy that theory, but I’d go so far as to agree that they probably wouldn’t be as big a threat to your average citizen as the police departments can be/have been. With a non-government sanctioned gang trying to rule the streets, it’s much more likely a band of citizens would get together and run them out, or kill them all outright, so it would be to great advantage to the gang itself not to piss off the population in general and stick to it’s dealings with the more criminal elements, leaving your average joe to his life and business in peace. The reason people haven’t formed militia to rid cities of the more corrupt law enforcement organizations is because it’s been ingrained into us to be “law abiding citizens” from day 1, and we have subconscious inhibitions that steer us away from that road. Because of that, it might take longer to get pissed off enough to run law enforcement out of town, but once it happens it may well be all the more complete (and brutal).

    • Arcanek

      You don’t have a clue what anarchy really means. How do you define monarchy? They both share a common root. think about that. there wouldn’t be any armed gangs if it weren’t for govzilla in the first place. And there wouldn’t be any army.

      • doucyet

        Put down the bong………………

  • Hammerun

    TThere’s one thing for sure, they’ve eased up on their trigger fingers and cooled their jets a bit out in LA. I haven’t heard about a officer involved shooting for a few days now. Has the MSM been covering it up? I don’t know, but one things for sure they’ve slowed up a bunch.
    It looks like they know the kindling is lit and much more and the fire is on.
    Cities have brought this on themselves, making policy that leaves people dead.
    Granted there’s situations that call for gun play and some that don’t. People are getting tired of this “comply or die” policy.
    Right now I’m watching Bill Bratton on the news, calling the NYC shooter a coward. When this hero was out here in LA, i never heard him say anything but praise about some pretty lousy officer shoots when he was here.
    I’ll say it again, this “comply or die” policy, people are getting fed up with it.
    One of these days they might go after the wrong guy and have a real bad situation on their hands. Remember Christofer Dorner? They killed that guy 40 miles from my house. Straight up the Dorner case fked these agencies up. Multiple that by ten. They have a problem and they’d better get on it, now! This shits getting a little old.

  • Mike

    Time to fire all police and politicians.

  • Rizzan

    I’m going to go out on a limb here and blame the scumbag who pulled the trigger.

  • fatwillie

    It’s been an us against them attitude for more years then I can remember, This is nothing new, and each year the citizen gets hit harder. When you bite the hand that feeds you, you must be a fool.

  • M Fr Nch

    Careful what you wish for, we know who all of them are and people are not happy at all.

  • sam smith

    Since when does the New York Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association make policy for the police department?

    • Melissa Melton

      Since when do police unions essentially run everything? Great question. Do the math on how many officers who shoot and kill innocent civilians in this country actually get prosecuted the way your average citizen would…

  • whitefeather

    As usual, when they declare “War” on anything it gets violent in a hurry. Unfortunately it’s the “Radical Progressives” they should focus on, but they continue to focus on the law abiding “Constitutionalist.”

  • Guns N Rosaries

    I hope they don’t implement a “scorched-earth” policy.

  • Yeims

    Do the police believe they can be so extremely brutal, and killing, hurting, maiming, and torturing innocent persons, and the citizens will continue to respect them?

  • usmcmailman

    Sorry, but the cops in this country are outnumbered 50,000 to one !

  • Undecider

    They can kill people by the dozens and there’s no problem. Some of theirs go down and suddenly it’s wartime.

  • http://www.adamkomar.com/ Adam Komar

    This needs an edit. They declared war when they killed an unarmed man for selling cigarettes.

  • bye kido

    This will smooth over the tension between police and citizens. there is no way they could make worse decisions.

  • bye kido

    This will smooth over the tension between police and citizens. there is no way they could make worse decisions.

  • Reverend Draco

    Well. . . looks like the NYPD stepped in it this time. . .

    They want to declare war – you know somebody(s) will take them up on the offer, sooner or later.

    I can’t wait.

  • legal eagle

    The level of corruption within the NYPD is legendary, as is their abuses of power, and criminal activity. All this was fine with them so long as it did not come home to roost. Well, when you do unto others, sooner or later they will do unto you. And so now you whine.
    Seems like reaping what you have sown and you have no one but yourselves to blame for it. It is YOUR actions that have created the atmosphere that has given rise to this, but in true tyrannical outlook it is you who are the victim.

  • http://www.whyisthesubsinking.com Tim Brown

    war was already on, only one side was doing the blasting though.

  • https://sites.google.com/site/deanjackson60/home Dean Jackson

    “two officers were killed Saturday in their squad car while taking part in an anti-terrorism drill”

    Expect to see several more of these false flag operations (no police officers are killed, by the way) across the nation, as a counter-force to the Marxist-motivated Michael Brown/Eric Garner false flag operations. These counter-force false flags will re-energize the rationale for the militarization of police districts, which includes critical military training/weapons/vehicles, to be used against a Chinese PLA invasion from Mexico in the near future, after the fraudulent collapse of the Communist government in China, subsequent to which Mexico City will request the assistance of ‘democratic’ China for troops in combating the then spreading “drug wars” in Mexico…

    “Since at least the early 1970s, the Communist party of China has been poised to create a spectacular but controlled “democratization” at any appropriate time. The party had by then spent two decades consolidating its power, building a network of informants and agents that permeate every aspect of Chinese life, both in the cities and in the countryside. Government control is now so complete that it will not be seriously disturbed by free speech and democratic elections; power can now be exerted through the all-pervasive but largely invisible infrastructure of control. A transition to an apparently new system, using dialectical tactics, is now starting to occur.” — Playing the China Card (The New American, Jan. 1, 1991).

    and

    “A campaign for a new system of World Government will be launched at Summit level and will be accompanied by pressure from below, the active use of agents of influence and secret assassinations of leaders who are seen as obstacles. The campaign will come as a surprise to the US Administration. In the ensuing negotiations, the US President of the day will find himself facing a combined pressure from the Russians and the Chinese. The Chinese will by then have adopted a ‘reformed’, pseudo-democratic system.” — KGB Defector Major Anatoliy Golitsyn, “The Perestroika Deception”, April 1993, p. 166.

    Google:‘the perestroika deception pdf’

    The failed socialist inspired and controlled pan-European revolutions that swept the continent in 1848 thought Marxists and socialists a powerful lesson, that lesson being they couldn’t win overtly, so they adopted the tactic of infiltration of the West’s political parties/institutions.

    Now you know how Bolshevik Russia survived in 1917; how the West “lost” China to the Communists in 1949; why the Eisenhower administration turned a deaf ear to the anti-Communist Hungarian uprising in 1956; why the Eisenhower administration in 1959 was indifferent to the Castro brothers’ Communist fidelity, actually used the CIA to overthrow the Batista government; why the Nixon administration abandoned Taiwan for Communist China, and signed treaties/provided economic aid to the USSR; why the Nixon administration refused to tell the American People that over 50% of North Vietnamese NVA regiments were actually Chinese People’s Liberation Army soldiers (attired in NVA uniforms), thereby (1) ensuring the Vietnam War would be lost; (2) destroying the prominence of the United States abroad and at home; (3) breeding distrust between the American people and their government; and (4) securing Communist victories in Southeast Asia. Working in the background within the political parties of the United States and Great Britain were Marxist agents doing their best to (1) ensure the survival of Communist nations when they popped up; and (2) sabotage any policies that would bring down a Communist nation. That’s why after the fake collapses of the East Bloc nations and USSR there was no mandatory Western verification process to ensure the Communists weren’t still in control.

    The fraudulent “collapse” of the USSR (and East Bloc) couldn’t have been pulled off until both political parties in the United States (and political parties elsewhere in the West) were co-opted by Marxists, which explains why verification of the “collapse” was never undertaken by the West, such verification being (1) a natural administrative procedure (since the USSR wasn’t occupied by Western military forces); and (2) necessary for the survival of the West. Recall President Reagan’s favorite phrase, “Trust, but verify”.

    Notice that not one political party in the West requested verification of the collapse of the USSR,* and the media failed to alert your attention to this fact, including the “alternative” media. When determining whether the “former” USSR is complying with arms control treaties, what does the United States do to confirm compliance? Right, the United States sends into the “former” USSR investigative teams to VERIFY compliance, yet when it’s the fate of the West that’s at stake should the collapse of the USSR be a ruse, what does the United States do to confirm the collapse? Nothing!

    It gets worse–the “freed” Soviets and West also never (1) de-Communized the Soviet Armed Forces of its Communist Party officer corps, which was 90% officered by Communist Party members;** and (2) arrested/de-mobilized the 6-million vigilantes that assisted the Soviet Union’s Ministry of the Interior and police control the populations of the larger cities during the period of “Perestroika” (1986-1991)!***

    There can be no collapse of the USSR (or East Bloc nations) without…

    Verification, De-Communization and De-mobilization.

    The West never verified the collapse of the USSR because no collapse occurred, since if a real collapse had occurred the West would have verified it, since the survival of the West depends on verification. Conversely, this proves that the political parties of the West were co-opted by Marxists long before the fraudulent collapse of the USSR, since the survival of the West depends on verification.

    The above means that the so-called “War on Terror” is a Marxist-tasked operation being carried out by the co-opted governments of the West, the purpose being to (1) destroy the prominence of the West in the eyes of the world, where the West is seen (i) invading nations without cause; (ii) causing chaos around the globe; and (iii) killing over one-million civilians and boasting of torture; (2) close off non-Russian supplies of oil for export, thereby increasing the price of oil, the higher price allowing oil exporting Russia to maintain economic stability while she modernizes and increases her military forces; (3) destroy the United States Armed Forces via the never-ending “War on Terror”; the ultimate purpose of the aforementioned to (4) bring about the demise of the United States in the world, opening up a political void to be filled by a new pan-national entity composed of Europe and Russia (replacing the European Union), a union “From the Atlantic to Vladivostok”; which will (5) see the end of NATO.

    ————————————–

    *A verification process would have entailed hundreds of teams from the West going into the USSR and having unqualified access of all government files, searching for (1) indications that the collapse was a ruse; (2) secret Communist party agents/non-Communist Party agents placed into positions of authority; and (3) Russians to bring back to the West for questioning (with their families if deemed necessary, which would in itself be deemed an indication that the “collapse” was indeed a ruse), where the questioning can take place without fear of retribution should the collapse be a ruse.

    **A de-Communization of the Soviet Armed Forces would have seen the former USSR republics joining NATO and requesting the assistance of NATO to supervise a de-Communization process, the first stage of which would be the pensioning out of General officers, and full Colonels within the land combat regiments; and all Admirals, and Full Captains assigned to ships, pensioned out. The pensioned out officers would be replaced by NATO officers. NATO would take over schools that educate military officers, until such time that non-Communist Party native instructors were available.

    The Russian ICBM Triad would have been de-operationalized (until the necessary number of non-Communist Party member nuclear forces officers had graduated and attained ranks necessary to operate such nuclear weapon systems), pursuant to which the United States would have cut its nuclear ICBM Triad forces by at least two-thirds, since the only major threat now would be China. Russian Intermediate/Medium ballistic nuclear systems would fall under NATO operation, again until the necessary number of non-Communist Party member nuclear forces officers had graduated and attained ranks necessary to operate such nuclear weapon systems.

    ***Then we have to deal with the five-six-million vigilantes the Soviet Ministry of Interior used to control the population. The vigilantes would need to be de-mobilized and its leaders interned until the Russian economy came back to life via real free market policies. As the economy improved, those vigilantes interned and not serving sentences for serious crimes such as murder or rape, would be released on a staggered basis, where lower-level leaders are the first to be released into society…

    “On the initiative of the KGB, an army of Soviet vigilantes five million strong, the so-called ‘druzhiny’, was recruited from among the Komsomol activists. They have been patrolling and policing the streets of all the Soviet cities. Their primary task has been to prepare the Soviet people to ‘behave’ during the forthcoming ‘liberalisation’.” — KGB defector Major Anatoliy Golitsyn, March 1989.

    Google:‘the perestroika deception pdf’

  • http://Www.texags.com wesleyangun

    What a ridiculous statement.
    1.)The union head says that he is in a “wartime department”, but there is no evidence that the department declared war;
    2.) “Police State USSA”??? The only people who have free reign are the thugs you folks empowered after your ridiculous “militarized police” fantasies. The cops are arming in response to threats they meet, such the Black Guerilla Family and the sovereign citizen nutjobs who regularly post veiled and obvious threats. I don’t blame them: I would gun up, too.

    • https://sites.google.com/site/deanjackson60/home Dean Jackson

      “The cops are arming in response to threats they meet, such the Black Guerilla Family and the sovereign citizen nutjobs who regularly post veiled and obvious threats. I don’t blame them: I would gun up, too.”

      Are you really that naive? Those groups are fronts for the authorities. “Black Guerilla Family”! Obviously a made up name for a made up terrorist group.

      See my comment below for the real story behind the news…

  • http://Www.texags.com wesleyangun

    Hate to break it you—many police ARE veterans, usually from the combat arms.

  • James

    It was a gurilla war. 1000s left dead, over a million wounded and damaged. At its end I remember hearing the War Department sound off. We could have won that War if we had only had pubic support! They should consider those words before going to war against a civillian population.

  • Sooriamoorthy

    Kill them all; they are not human beings; they are worse than wild animals.
    They are even worse than satanic creatures.

  • JETJACKEL

    They can’t wait to escalate it.

  • Greg Straw

    This will just get more police and citizens killed, if the cops try to take on the people they will loose in a week..the cops are been setup to die in the first wave which is the plan of the NWO to bring in foreign troops to kill the American people..This is NOT the US govt. that runs our country. Its time to start making arrest and then hang the guilty.

  • Rafael Espericueta

    Sounds a stupid reaction. Increasing the militarization of the police will only make things worse.

  • Rick Carufel

    So the police can gun down or kill any number of unarmed suspects in any number of cases. No Problems. But if two cops get gunned down, who were armed, then NYPD declares war on the people they are paid to protect and serve. Both the union and the police have been acting like childish sociopathic bullies. Both need to be investigated and cleaned out.

  • Eric Anderson

    I liked the detail in your story, but you have missed the point. The phrase, “Absolutely NO enforcement action in the form of arrests and or summonses is to be taken unless absolutely necessary and an individual MUST be placed under arrest.” means that if an officer goes to a scene they are going to be ten times more careful before they so much as lift a finger. Someone may be cutting your head off, but if it looks like they could be targets then to hell with you.

    I would be worried too. Im going to think very hard before I help anyone who looks like they are in distress. Especially in places like say oh um…Ferguson.

    And selling untaxed cigarettes, Im guessing the NYPD could give a shggit about that now. It was money for the state anyway. Let them collect it. Eric whats his name would be alive today if it were not for that law.

  • Pravda01

    The murderous thugs of the NYPD fear retaliation. So be it.

  • Pravda01

    Correct.

  • ramrodd

    The Media is NOT reporting that this NYPD murderer was
    a recent Muslim convert who was posting extreme passages
    on Social Media..

  • Arcanek

    I don’t thinkso. The system is falling apart. The cops are now at war with the mayor. If the cops are going to let anything go that it is not ‘absolutely necessary’ to intervene in, that is going to be a lot of revenue (tribute) that is used to pay the dolts. That’s what they get for hiring morons. And that’s what the morons who hired them deserve. Never interfer when your enemy is destroying itself.

  • Arcanek

    You are a fool if you believe that a ‘free peoples’ exist when their is a police force. If it was only a few bad ones, the majority would root them out. They haven’t, and they aren’t. And if you’re not a bootlicker, then you’re a cop.

  • Arcanek

    Civil society is paying tribute to those who claim a monopoly on the use or threat of use of force. It is inhumane and nothing more than a siege on humanity.

  • Arcanek

    No, you’re both programmed chicken littles.

  • kimmmmm

    Let’s see…Drills going on during 9/11, Sandy Hook, Boston Bombing and New York cop killing. Media is the obedient lapdog.
    Cui bono? To whose benefit were all of these events?

  • http://www.guitarcenter.com/ Kevin Pevehouse

    Started long before the 2 police officers were slain. Police Started being militarized into a compartmentalized military function when military tacticians, think tanks(the foundations), and financial wizards, mega corporations got together and started having a hay day with False Flags and the Hegelian Dialectic to push National Insecurity agendas, Political Agendas, World Financial agendas through the House and Senate and lock everything down so the few in power would feel safer. Money and Power is a helluva drug.

  • Defendthebillofrights

    Every morning that we wake up we are faced with the choices that present themselves throughout the day. In every instance we can choose to do right or wrong, good or evil. De Blasio needs to rethink his emotional support for the agitators of the black community and start thinking about all members of this society. We should all realize there are bad cops, but they are in the extreme minority. There is nothing wrong with the nation wanting to right the wrongs committed by those cops. Yes we should hold those who police our society to a higher standard AND prosecute the corruption. However when a leader for civil rights, fans the fires of racism which did not exist, because of his own hateful ideals there is something wrong. It doesn’t matter that Sharpton was not the one to pull the trigger, he is just as guilty as the perpetrator of this crime. Hitler did none of the fighting in WWII but he inspired millions to kill each other for his German Master race ideal, which had it roots in pure evil. What is the difference between vigilantes of old and Al Sharpton. ‘We don’t need a trial and jury we already know the accused is guilty so lets hang him’ was their cry, and Al is doing the same thing to not just the police but all who stand in his way. Where does it end? How many are going to die senselessly because of the riotous words of a few evil men. I can tell you the overwhelming majority of people in the nation do not want this kind of maniacal crap to continue. Please note that the word NATION denotes no skin color. It is time this NATION stood up and said NO MORE! WE ARE TIRED OF THE HATE, THE FEAR MONGERING, AND THE LIES CREATED BY SELF SERVING CRIMINALS IN POSITIONS OF RESPECT.

  • doucyet

    Much worse…………….

  • Jane

    cateye;
    I so agree with you. The police have been militarized on purpose. People are being played & manipulated to be divided. The aim is to break down civil society. I think they’re shocked by the restraint of the people. I’m really sick of them playing people. I wish people would look at the motivations behind the manipulation.

  • JC

    Then explain the Marine Vets who showed up armed at the Bundy Ranch pointing their rifles at the BLS Nazis? A badged thug is the same anywhere, no matter who signs the check.
    Honorable vets should harbor utter hatred for the elitist narcissist greedy badged pig class who swore an oath and wiped themselves with it all on our dime. None of us served so the badged roidhead Nazis at home could have their mafia pig state.
    I’ll say this, if you’re a vet that wears a badge of any type, you are an enemy of Americans everywhere, if not quit now today, prove which side you’ll defend,tyranny or liberty.

  • Jedimindtrik

    Exactly,right on the money thx.

  • Bert

    I know a large number of vets (I’m one myself) and I only know a few who I’d be able to call a “statist”, as you describe. Also, there are some former military in law enforcement, but by and large, I’ve noticed that most combat vets find a career in law enforcement not to their liking, mostly because of the turds they have to work with. I spent a year in law enforcement myself, right after I separated, and about half the people on the sheriff’s department where I worked were worse than the criminals they were supposed to protect people from, the sheriff himself being the worst of the bunch. I resigned and moved on, most other combat vets end up doing the same. If it does eventually end up in a shooting war between citizens and law enforcement, combat veterans will be siding with the citizens, except in rare cases, count on it.

  • Jane

    I agree with you cateye. I think we’ve got a bigger federal problem, rather than local. Way too much over reach & too much corruption. They’re all bought & paid for by big business.

  • Jane

    more blacks killing blacks than anything else. more whites kill whites. There are too many mixed couples with mixed children out there for people to be hating each other over race. I’m not buying that it’s that big of a problem anymore. Yes, still some injustices. But always getting better.

  • Defendthebillofrights

    Sir I have worked with the police as a Park Ranger. ALL of my experiences were amazing. Meaning the performance of every deputy sheriff was exactly what you would want there if your child or wife was at risk. They were always professional, went out of their way to give everyone a fair break even when it was obvious the person was in the wrong. I have lived through the riots of the 1960s and when you look back at it all you wonder just how stupid humans have to be to burn down their own communities. People died at their hands, and it’s innocent people who are just trying to make ends meet. Today the very few cops that abuse the public should be prosecuted no doubt about it. They should have to pay for their crossing the line just like the average citizen. To march through city streets demanding to get dead cops is a disgrace. If you agree with that crap you might want to visit the local church and examine your conscience.

  • Jane

    I think this is all distraction. The whole world economy is going down the hole, including our dollar. We’ve lost Petrodollar status & they’ve made it legal for the banks to keep depositors money, calling it “bail-in.”
    They’ve been looting everyone’s 401K’s for years & now they’re getting ready to pillage & nationalize peoples pensions.
    In addition, they’re creating food shortages. Would you say “Agenda 21” is continuing in its implementation? They want most of us dead, however it happens – they don’t care.

  • http://privacy.com MARCUS

    Dr Jones! Dr Jones!