Monday, August 21, 2017

Police lead to police states

You can't have a police state without police. And, if you allow government to have police, you're probably going to find yourself in a police state sooner or later.

Unless you can find a real way to directly, and tightly, control (and "police") the police. (No one has ever managed to find that unicorn yet.)

Now, I suppose if you're a coward and you want to live in a police state, you're fine with that.

But if you don't want to live in a police state, but you still want cops around, for some incomprehensible reason, you are going to be disappointed. Eventually, if not sooner.

It's a path you are either choosing, or your family, friends, and neighbors are choosing for you. At least speak up in opposition.

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1 comment:

  1. All states are police states from the start because they require force through police to implement their edicts. The question is of what level or degree of a police state.

    Because they have the guns and the belief of authority, the cooperation of the sheeple, government serves it's interest in increasingly stringent authoritativeness and capability. It naturally grows into a bigger monster until it has nothing left to control, feed from or destroy.