If Senseless Violence Continues, America Will Be a Total Police State in No Time

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

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As soon as I saw the video of the Alton Sterling shooting on Wednesday, I had a very, very bad feeling about where this was all headed. In fact, I became so concerned I wrote a post titled, A Period of Major Civil Unrest is Coming – How to Win an Inevitable Confrontation with the Status Quo. Here are a few of the key warnings and suggestions I provided:

Increasingly, the general public is coming to the very unpleasant realization that they live in a corporate oligarchy in which they are subjects rather than citizens. The more they are pushed into a corner, the sooner they will lash out in all sorts of ways.

The generational level revolts I anticipate have been a long time coming and will emanate from both rural, largely white America, as well from inner city communities populated mostly by minorities. The key thing we must all bear in mind going into the turbulent times ahead is that we are all in this together. 

The other key variable as to whether the forthcoming rebellions result in any positive change will revolve around what form they take. When I say civil unrest, I am well aware that this likely means some degree of violence and looting; however, such expressions of frustration will do far more harm than good. We must recognize that as it stands the status quo has no actual legitimacy, and therefore can only succeed if it’s able to portray the abused public as the bad guys, and sell us on the idea that the U.S. government is the only thing standing between us and violent mobs.

If you want to win this battle, you need to be smart. Winning the hearts and minds of the general public is absolutely critical, and shouldn’t be difficult in an environment in which the establishment discredits itself on a daily basis.

While we don’t know who the police murderers in Dallas were, or their motivations, we do know one thing. Their actions will unquestionably have several very counterproductive and dangerous outcomes.

1. Further divide the country in general.

2. Further the already wide distrust between the police and the general public.

3. Increase the likelihood of more violence, and the eventual imposition of a total police state in America.

Either the people who committed the murders had the above goals in mind, or they were just stupid, violent criminals who didn’t have the meager sophistication necessary to understand the extremely negative implications of their actions.

Unfortunately for us, the horrible massacres that occurred in Dallas are exactly the sort of thing that the status quo wants to see. It further divides the public and it creates a justification for more militarization of the police, more surveillance and less civil liberties. Guess who’s going to be most negatively impacted by all of that? Black people, poor people, and the disenfranchised generally.

Anyone who thinks senseless violence will solve the issues of oppression in America doesn’t understand America or the status quo. Executing police in a premeditated manner gives the establishment credibility, and solidifies its support amongst the silent majority as well as the upper classes. The marginalized cannot win a battle if that’s the case. Period, end of story. If you think otherwise, you’re in for a rude awakening.

Everything necessary to put these United States on total police state lockdown are already firmly in place, I’ve been following it closely for nearly a decade. These things have been put in place not for foreign terrorists, but for the American public once they inevitably revolt against their economic slavery and hopelessness. The powers that be knew all of this was coming, and they are entirely prepared for it. Are you prepared? Senseless violence is the only justification needed to put marginalized Americans in walled ghettos like the Israelis have done to so many Palestinians. Don’t think it can’t happen here? Just watch.

If you really want to win, the key is to be smart. Senseless violence is the opposite of smart. It’s a surefire way to lose and be thrown in a camp. Take a look at the Israeli/Palestinian conflict as a history lesson. Terrorist attacks from Palestinians certainly damage the Israeli government when they get out of control, but as long as they remain somewhat contained, they actually serve to benefit the establishment. Moreover, if they do get out of control, the Israeli public merely demands harsher measures. Who ends up winning in that scenario?

What really scares the Israeli government isn’t terror attacks, but the BDS movement. That’s what really keeps them up at night. Why? Because it’s nonviolent, global and has attracted countless Jews. That’s the sort of thing that presents a real problem for power structures, not mindless, random acts of violence. If you want to win, be smart. Senseless violence is a guaranteed way to lose and will result in a oneway ticket to a police state.

John Lennon had it right.

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  • jo6pac

    Thanks and so true.

  • diogenes

    Thank you.

  • MrLiberty

    The fundamental problem in American (and most places) is that the citizenry somehow cannot comprehend the fact that the police ARE an extension of the corporate/government conspiracy that is destroying and enslaving this country. Their willingness to enforce the laws against personal freedom, property freedom, medical freedom, income freedom, alcohol freedom, etc. clearly shows their loyalty is with the establishment structure that hands them a paycheck and NOT to freedom, liberty, or the citizens (who really pay their salaries) they claim they are there to protect. When push comes to shove (and it will), a vast majority of police will, as always, do as they are told and a vast majority of citizens will support their actions – regardless of how many innocents lay dead. The city council and mayor may be hated, but somehow the people they hire and control are not. Until Americans can get past this dysfunctional hypocrisy and gross ignorance of how things work, our chances of winning them over will be greatly challenged. I completely agree that violence is absolutely not the solution, but eliminating the violent state must be part of any real and lasting solution.

    • Brockland A.T.

      An oldie but a goodie from Roger Roots, “Are Cops Constitutional?”



      Police work is often lionized by jurists and scholars who claim to employ “textualist” and “originalist” methods of constitutional interpretation. Yet professional police were unknown to the United States in 1789, and first appeared in America almost a half-century after the Constitution’s ratification. The Framers contemplated law enforcement as the duty of mostly private citizens, along with a few constables and sheriffs who could be called upon when necessary. This article marshals extensive historical and legal evidence to show that modern policing is in many ways inconsistent with the original intent of America’s founding documents. The author argues that the growth of modern policing has substantially empowered the state in a way the Framers would regard as abhorrent to their foremost principles.

      • MrLiberty

        Indeed, it is hard to imagine that the founding fathers would ever have envisioned this kind of monopoly power in the hands of a private army for the government (essentially what police are). Most certainly a government monopoly is NOT the optimum way to achieve superior results as every other competitive market of products and services clearly shows. It is interesting that some can see the dangers and failures of monopolies when applied to a business, but cannot manage to translate this basic and obvious concept to the government monopolies on education, defense, security, etc. Thanks for the link and insights.

        • Brockland A.T.

          Except, citizen’s militias are NOT private armed services providers, they’re self-organized, self-sustained armed citizenry beholden to local interests, not the company’s banker in New York.

          The Founder’s ideal model was that of the agrarian yeoman state, freeholders defending what was theirs earned by their own toil. Its an ideal not immediately and easily transposed to an industrial state of specialist organizers and labourers.

          If one wouldn’t want the government having a gun to one’s head, one certainly wouldn’t want a company man’s gun to one’s head.

          A private company is a kind of government unto itself, regulating its employees and insofar as it can, its business interests against any competitor. Locals ‘in the way’ of progress and labourers who want a fairer deal are competitors dispatched with prejudice.

          History has demonstrated the negative utility of company men and company towns to liberty and democracy.




          The free market has its place, and that place ends when it ceases to be a platform for freedom and instead becomes a tool of oppression.

  • jadan

    Unfortunately, there is no defense against false flag incidents. Are you quite convinced that the Dallas incident is not staged? It’s always the lone gunman, isn’t it? And those who knew him don’t recognize him now. Understand this: 911 was staged. Nearly 3,000 thousand died immediately, within 20 minutes. Many more died in the aftermath, and continue to die. Overseas, many thousands have died in the war on terror, many millions are displaced. What boundaries & limitations do you imagine the perps of political terror have? Do you really think the American people, especially the minorities who are themselves regularly murdered. are not keenly aware of the consequences of violence, moreso than you are yourself, white man? Do you think they are so stupid?

  • Davoss

    “What really scares the Israeli government isn’t terror attacks, but the BDS movement. That’s what really keeps them up at night. Why? Because it’s nonviolent, global and has attracted countless Jews. That’s the sort of thing that presents a real problem for power structures, not mindless, random acts of violence. If you want to win, be smart.”



    • Brockland A.T.

      … Huh?