These two news stories caught my eye for different reasons. We have had a spate of violent police actions and no-accountability for that violence by police in Canada.
Local police and RCMP regularly get off for their violent crimes, yes violent crimes. Anyone can see the videos of these events and KNOW they are violent crimes under the guise of police authority, police safely. It’s obvious to ANY non-biased observer the officers have over reacted and in most cases police escalate the situation instead of trying to de-escalate a relatively non-threatening one.
I fear for my personal safety now if I ever have contact with police. In Canada you say? Yep. Crazy.
The second story is a police feel good story that puts the public’s expectation of police brutality into context in a really bizarre way.
From tasering people to death (multiple cases), filling people full of lead (recently in Vancouver and Toronto-including a final bullet to the back of the head execution style), using excessive force to detain someone who is peaceful or demonstrators being attacked – this list goes on and on and it’s disgusting.
It is a natural reaction for many people to initially deny something they did do when they are first accused. They might even resort to attacking the person bringing the information to light.
Denial and attack.
I’m sure most of us have personally engaged, at some point in our past, in this tactic and have witnessed others do so as well.
Many news stories come to light where politicians, lawyers and celebrities get caught in some form of wrongdoing and we get to witness their public exposure, public humiliation, public denials and more play out in the media over and over.
When governments and their agencies are caught in wrongdoing denial and attack are well-worn tactics they use. The consequences often are destructive for the whistleblower despite “whistleblower protection laws”. Exposing the truth of wrongdoing in government, despite the rhetoric of transparency, is seen as going up against the might and financial power of the State, which the agents of the State are then reacting to and fighting to maintain the State’s appearance of credibility and authority.
But at some point enough information comes to light where even the all-powerful State is proven to have broken the law and harmed innocents. The question becomes how does the State deal with the consequences of the exposure in such a matter as to maintain its authority, it’s claimed position of power. Such is the art of diplomacy, although, as recent wiki leaks and other leaks have demonstrated the art of the diplomacy has also at times sunk into a very low form of “attack to cover up what really is true”.
When the truth is finally FULLY acknowledged by the State actors and they can no longer deny or attack individual whistleblowers what will they do next?
This video kinda sums up how close we may be to the full exposure point:
Godfrey Bloom: The State is an Institution of Theft – Nov 2013 EU Parliament
There are two cases happening right now in Canada and the United States where the State may be approaching a final stage of “what will they do next” in order to recover from the situation they find themselves in and exposed by.
Previously we have reported on Divine Providence in the United States and Dean Clifford in Canada. Both happen to be sharing a similar fate at the moment.
Quickly learn and understand what the hidden asset game in government bookkeeping is and why you should care.
Have you ever wondered why government seems to HELP corporations make more profits at ANY cost and with little to no enforcement of the law? It appears that it is partially because government secret funds profit when the corporations profit.
Have you ever wondered why mega-projects always go over budget?
Do they really need to keep raising taxes? Have a listen….
[The following is a written adaption of a talk given by Larken Rose in Philadelphia, in front of Independence Hall, on July 4th, 2009.]
Two hundred and thirty-three years ago, in Philadelphia, a bunch of
guys got together and wrote a letter to their king. The letter was
very eloquent, and well thought out, but it basically boiled down
“Dear King George,
You’re not the boss of us!
A Bunch of Troublemakers”
That’s essentially what the Declaration of Independence was: a
bunch of radicals declaring that they would no longer recognize the
right of their king to rule them, at all, ever again. They went on
to create a new boss, which turned into a new oppressor, but we’ll
get to that in a moment. First, Continue reading Retroactive Tyranny Justification→
Freedom Comes With Responsibility and Choice… A Choice that Has Been Stolen From You
At all times you have a choice….
1. do I want to claim/exercise my rights?
2. Do I choose to waive my rights?
The first thing to consider is, to really have choice, you need to KNOW your rights and the EFFECT of using, or not using, your rights.
Do you know your rights?
Do you understand what exercising your rights would mean in the case of each right?
Do you understand what waiving your rights would mean in the case of each right?
If you cannot answer the above questions with certainty you effectively have no rights, because in today’s world, every Tom, Dick, Harry, politician, bureaucrat, lawyer, police officer and public servant becomes your master. They are certain (even if they are wrong about the policy they want to enforce against you) so they will win.
I’ve been talking with a number of people who are preparing for attending court. I’m getting tired of repeating myself, although going through it over and over helps me clarify, refine and simplify the issues and processes, as I see them, so it’s all good.
If I can, I want to help those who are prepping for court and who haven’t had direct access to my brain (although theHope For Justice Course is pretty close and if you haven’t watched it yet you are missing out big time, it’s free for Members). I know that talking to others, who had more experience than me, was a huge, helpful factor in my court adventures.