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WATCH: Still Backing The Blue? Why The Police Are NOT Your Friends


The idea that the police ‘keep us safe’ is a myth told to children.

When was the last time the police actually did anything for you? Ever have anything stolen? Did the police get it back? Ever have a break in? Did it matter that the police arrived there several hours later?

No law is too obscene for the police to enforce as Michael Malice tells us, and it should be remembered that the police generally do not save lives—firefighters and EMS personnel save lives…

The police are the enforcement arm of the state, and if you love liberty, have any knowledge of history whatsoever you know that the state cannot be trusted.

If the order ever comes down to take your guns guess who will do the taking?

If the order comes down to enforce ’emergency’ orders or draconian lockdowns guess who will do the enforcing?

The police will turn on you the first chance they get and Canada is proof positive of this and so is Australia; if you think it can’t happen here because of an old piece of paper or our culture you’re dreaming.

Currently, the only thing keeping us from becoming like these countries ins’t ‘the rule of law’ or the Constitution—it’s the fact that there are more guns than people in this country.

Without the guns this will come to our shores—it isn’t police that keep us safe; guns and self reliance keep us safe. No justice no peace:

Breitbart had this to report on an alleged text group between Canadian officers celebrating their brutality:

“The RCMP is aware of the material circulating on social media pertaining to a chat group that includes some of its members, and we can confirm that we are looking into the matter,” the agency said in a statement on Sunday.

“This material is not representative of those who have committed themselves to serving Canadians with integrity and professionalism.”


Becker News featured some of the alarming texts which made a mockery of a disabled woman trampled by police horses:

“I’ll take it!” Mike Mcdougall replied.

“Time for the protesters to hear our jackboots on the ground,” Andrew Nixon ominously remarked.

“Wowowowo Nixon, this is a kindler gentler RCMP,” Robin Thibault snarkily commented.

“Okay we can give out free hugs and unicorn stickers,” Nixon added sarcastically.


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