Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Use of Force

Posse Comitatus tells us that the government is forbidden from turning our military against us. It's a safeguard that is more important than almost any other in defending our rights. But what's the difference if the local police and the FBI are outfitted with military hardware, military tactics, and military training. Adopton of a nationalist doctrine, anti-states rights policy, and massive federal, state and local protections of police agencies have created a socialized local military that not only blurs the line between the military and the police but flat out mixes the two. And the key has been irresponsibly violent drug policy. I promise you that police activity will not cease it's increasing invasion on individual liberties nor it's unrelenting attacks on decent and prudent applications of it's now federally protected over-application of violent force.

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