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    What I'm about to reveal has nothing to do with President Trump. This corruption has been going on for many many years, and like I've stated in a myriad of posts, white supremacist cops have access to surveillance technology that is used against blacks and latinos. On 1/.10/2019, a hispanic party staying at the 40 Winks Inn, located at: 1137 W. Main Street, in Annville, contacted a friend on his phone after leaving the motel immediately, and claimed that it was a period of time when he didn't have any service on his cell phone. At the time, according to reliable sources, it was only 3 Guests at the motel. Each and every Guest complained that they could not dial out on their cell phones nor recieve incoming calls. And even though they had bars signifying that they all had signals, for some reason they still couldn't recieve service. So visitors of Guests at the motel, after learning what was transpiring, took a trip to the motel and sat in their vehicles for one hour. They too had issues with Verizon cell towers, or so they thought.

    The fact of the matter is that there are white supremacist cops who abuse their powers with the technology they possess. Take for an instance, the Stingray. This device, used by police, can block calls and jam up phones. It is a device currently being used for tracking civilians and causing issues with their phones. The Ranger, which is another device mostly used by the military, but have been known to be within police possession, is a bit more sophisticated. The Ranger can block specific phone numbers and stop one's cell phone from calling a number. The Ranger has also been known to duplicate phone's frequency, and the possessor can listen in on a call without one knowing it. There are alot of uses for both Stingrays and Rangers. But my point stems on how racist cops are being given technology to be a nuissance to minorities.  Police have been using technology illegally for years. But within some cities and towns, residents, save those related to the cops, are ex-cops, or are military veterans, is unaware of the sophistication of the devices. And cops in certain cities and towns in multiple states, get away with illegal surveillance on a daily basis. In other towns police got caught illegally spying on residents because of those who were aware of the devices and their uses.  

    Within Pennsylvania, there are alot of uneducated people when it comes to technology. This is why there can be cameras everywhere and police can be using Stingrays to spy on calls of so-called person(s) of interest, and the targets would incriminate themselves without knowing that they are being spied on. These cops don't care about what the New World Order represents. They just get a thrill out of terrorizing minorities. There have been white supremacist cops on police forces all across the U.S., and they aren't usually caught until one or more minorities have been assassinated by them or by those who they used as patsies to kill. However, while the patsies are in prison for the crimes they'll never go without money on their prison books.   

    In Pennsylvania, which is much like both New York and Connecticut, police can turn entire towns against people they dislike or hate. In 2019, this have become a trend. Police, using the media's help, will demonize Americans in order to see how their divide and conquer tactics are working. In Pennsylvania, New York, and Connecticut, police claim that they have the goods on nearly everyone within communities. This is especially so in euro-american communities. Take for an instance if one moves into a community and fights for humans rights. Police may not know who the person is, but if the effectiveness from their writs, Social Media networking, et cetera, seems to cause issuem forpolice, they'll know within a matter of days who the person is, where they are from, how to character assassinate them, and then how to eliminate them. This is one reason Americans are so divided. Its police that keeps them this way because they are the brute force for the wealthy. And when the wealkthy targets you they'll send their police force to have you eliminated one way or another. In the 1950's, the 1960's, the 1970's and the 1980's, police played very little roles within communities because the elders at that time knew what roles they played and wouldn't have them killing up someone's relative in communities. Today, its the complete opposite. 

    Many people actually worship police. White supremacists and white power freaks all across America are the ones on both the local and national news medias claiming that we must keep police safe. I guess you can feel that way when police never target you. In black and latino communities, anytime a euro-american police is present, he will stop and ask them for id. Even if a black has a serious matter at home and police are called because things are out of hand, the first thing police will ask for is id. You can be bleeding from your head and have broken bones and before they do anything to help, they want your id. The hispanics coming up from Mexico isn't having it, and this is one reason they stand with the President on the wall. Because the more hispanics they get rid of, hundreds more come in their place! Euro-americans that are racist is terrified right now! But yet, through it all, they still seem to hate the blackman!Imagine that!  Americans will never defeat this New World Order which comes disguised as Socialists, Communists, and Nazis. 

    Not long ago police in Los Angeles targeted a blackman and there was a scuffle never reported. The blackman was grateful that the cop was real and took off his badge to settle what they called a dispute. And after it was over, the blackman told his buddies that where he lived use to be an all black neighborhood. But now Mexicans run the communities and blackmen are an endangered species. The hispanics will not roll over and do dog tricks for white supremacists, nevertheless, the white supremacists with a badge. This is why they are a threat. And before its over, sad to say, most euro-americans who don't separate themselves from their evil brethren will find themselves in situations no police officer can save them from. Congress wants a hispnic populace ahead of Americans, and this is what they are going to get, whether anyone likes it or not. In many cities, police departments have given up the traditional blue uniforms for “battle dress uniforms” modeled after soldier attire. Police departments across the country now sport armored personnel carriers designed for use on a battlefield. Some have helicopters, tanks, and Humvees and drones. They carry military-grade weapons. Most of this equipment comes from the military itself.

    Many SWAT teams today are trained by current and former personnel from Special Forces units like the Navy Seals or Army Rangers. This sort of force was once reserved as the last option to defuse a dangerous situation. It’s increasingly used as the first option to apprehend people who aren’t dangerous at all. There’s now a dominant military culture within modern police agencies. Perhaps it may be too late to ask this question, but is all of these types of warrior tactics sidestepping the Constitution? Steadily and speedily, the force of the militarized police is denying citizens the protections of fundamental civil liberties afforded us by the Bill of Rights. While there remain legions of law enforcement officers devoted to protecting and serving their fellow citizens, the federal government’s proffer of powerful, free or almost free, weapons, vehicles, gear, and tactical training is making the allure of becoming an unofficial branch of the armed forces irresistible. It appears the police are preparing to be the ground troops of a future revolution. If the founding fathers were alive today and were able to witness the actions of our police forces, it would be more than likely that they would view them as a standing army.(Note: And alot of them are from other countries)

    The problem is most Americans do not see the danger of the militarized police and a future where disarmament of the citizens will be mandatory. However, the mob mentality of the people and the intimidation created by militarized police breeds a vicious circle of increasingly aggressive, militaristic, and arguably, unconstitutional policing. This should be eating at the conscience of America. Because without a constitutional conscience the militarization of the police will most certainly grow, and the weaponry that will be used against you will be similar to what was used in Iraq or Afghanistan. There are new innovations that are now being developed that most certainly make the police forces appear to be like a standing army and since 2018, police forces all over the world are better equipped with military style surveillance systems and laser powered disrupters that can be used to apprehend or even kill a suspected target. Using drones to kill American citizens without trial, collecting the email and phone records of millions of Americans on a daily basis, and grabbing militants off of the streets of foreign cities and imprisoning them indefinitely, these are all powers that Obama used during his administration and has handed over to Donald Trump. Even more chilling from a constitutional perspective is that the Obama Administration has, with little to no complaint from the American people or the other two branches of government, deliberately targeted and killed US citizens in drone strikes, without those individuals ever having been given their constitutional right to due process of law. The Obama Administration justifies this by arguing that “when an American has made the decision to affiliate himself with al-Qaeda and target fellow Americans, that there is a legal justification for us to try and stop them from carrying out plots.”

    Though Obama acknowledges that US citizens are subject to due process under the Constitution, his then attorney general, Eric Holder, has argued that “‘Due process’ and ‘judicial process’ are not one and the same, particularly when it comes to national security.” Apparently, the administration believed that its own internal processes for determining if a US citizen can be killed in a drone strike are sufficient enough to count as giving someone “due process.” The concern seems to stem from the perception, much of which seems to come from the Obama Administration’s own efforts to push this narrative of President Obama as a deeply moral man who engages in serious, conscientious deliberations on each individual case before deciding to target someone, and especially a US citizen in a drone strike. We are told Trump has no moral compass and that Obama does even though during his presidency, the issue of droning Americans was swept under the rug, and his radical claims of presidential power that were not afforded by the Constitution. It was a provision for prolonged detention basically incarcerating someone not for what they have done, but for what the authorities are sure you will most likely do. Again this is detention without trial and without due process and handed over to Donald Trump. But the real question is this: Will anyone really care if Trump expands the police state tactics? The only real reason to do so would be to jail his detractors – at least it is assumed that he will use his power to illuminate anyone who crosses him. We know that many right-wing Americans would delight in seeing those who are against Trump, beat with a truncheon, gassed, shot and or detained without trial.

    We are so used to being under the gun that there is a sick and twisted schadenfreude or malicious joy that we have towards those we don’t agree with. They would rather see no restraint from the standing army against a revolution that they don’t support. However, the Obama Administration would regularly kill people without being completely sure who they are killing. By most accounts, hundreds of dangerous militants have, indeed, been killed by drones, including some high-ranking al-Qaeda figures. But for six years, when the heavy cloak of secrecy has occasionally been breached, the results of some strikes had often turned out to be deeply troubling. Every independent investigation of the strikes had found far more civilian casualties than administration officials admit. Gradually, it has become clear that when operators in Nevada fire missiles into remote tribal territories on the other side of the world, they often do not know who they are killing, but are making an imperfect best guess. Obama loved his mechanical toys for killing, and we can’t wait to see what Trump does with these toys. Yet, no one really cares. There has been no real outcry from Congress, no moves by the judicial branch to curb the president’s power or declare his actions unconstitutional, and no massive, nationwide demonstrations by concerned Americans.

    Only now we will be seeing a march against a president elect – and there were no real protests against Obama’s building of the police state. Will anyone really care if Trump were to kill 6,000 people in drone strikes instead of 2,000? Oh, the anti-Trumpers would because it hardens their resolve and point out their pitiful hierocracy. Under Obama we saw the first use of a robot to kill a suspect without due process in Dallas. The dangerous events in Dallas last year, in which 12 policemen were shot, made it seem permissible to re-purpose a robot to apply lethal force. When an armed suspect refused to surrender, a Remotec robot armed with plastic explosives was dispatched to kill him. This wasn’t Robocop and it didn’t operate autonomously. It was a bomb disposal robot remotely controlled by police officers. There is justification for this kill and legal scholars have pronounced that it was probably legal. There is no doubt that we need to keep our police safe, but accepting new technological means to kill may have serious negative consequences for society. The separation of police from their weapons and suspects raises concerns about changing the nature of policing. Will it create a remote control presence buffer that dehumanizes the application of violent force? What will stop the police from employing other advanced weapons against the people? Well we may have our answer at the Standing Rock standoff in North Dakota. Over the last several months, the world has watched the American police state in action as cops from more than a dozen states beat, gassed, pepper sprayed, tasered, shot, and severely injured several protesters and water protectors at the Dakota Access Pipeline site.

    Using their militarized gear, police have blinded at least one person and blown up the arm of another. Now police have installed an anti-drone missile system at the site. Twitter has been buzzing about pictures that have come from the protest showing an Avenger AN/TWQ-1 Air Defense System in the area. The question is why? According to the Army Recognition website, the Avenger AN/TWQ-1 Air Defense System vehicle is a missile mounted system which provides mobile, short-range air defense protection for ground units against cruise missiles, unmanned aerial vehicles, low-flying fixed-wing aircraft, and helicopters. The AN/TWQ-1 missile system has been around since the 1980s; however, it has recently been equipped with a “High energy laser weapon used to neutralize small unmanned air vehicles. Also it neutralizes unexploded ordnance at standoff distance.” So now we have a short-range missile defense system that may be used against unarmed protesters trying to protect a Native American water supply. It is entirely possible that the missile tubes are empty. It is also possible that they are simply using this vehicle’s heat sensing camera. However, that does not negate its presence. The deployment of this missile system to Standing Rock can be seen as little more than an act of intimidation. It is clear that the use of military weapons and tactics by local law enforcement agencies presents a variety of constitutional concerns. It is also clear, however, that an individual asserting a legal claim for potential constitutional violations will face a number of barriers and such claims have only a marginal likelihood of success. Who will be bold enough to challenge the apex predator state and their unconstitutional policing tactics which for all intents and purposes appears to be a standing army? Nobody cared this was happening and even when I warned people of what Obama created, it was okay because many saw him as a decent and moral man. Now, we have Trump. The Trump Administration will inherit from Barack Obama a fully operational police state apparatus, with all-encompassing warrantless surveillance and a legal mechanism allowing the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens who are suspected of being “unlawful combatants.” We can all kid ourselves and think he will relinquish this unconstitutional farce and make America great agai. while greater things plague us at the same time... 

    racism is a real problem everywhere. In order for us to take back America, those of us who were born here and have roots for nearly 3,000 years, should work together with others. The Democrats and others are using us against one another while the country is being shaped to a Socialist, Communist, and Nazi full infrastructure. I dont expect everyone to agree with me but there should be some who kniow whsat America was like prior to 1990. There are those who also remember what it was like in the 1950's. Once Im allowed to shared links I can prove anything stated on this machine. Until then, just work with me folks. American love.

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