The Hunted and The Hated
It is obvious our country is going the way of a complete
and total out-of-control police state. The mayor of Los Angeles
is on record saying, "We can never have enough police." This
position was of great concern to our Founding Fathers in the
establishment of this great nation. The police are now even on a
harassment quota. If they are not out there stirring up strife,
they are being reprimanded for goofing off and failing to
perform their job.
Prior to my concentration upon police abuses, I took police into
court in lawsuits for violations of the Constitution. During
discovery, I experienced the attorneys for the police object to
my line of questioning regarding their violation of the Fourth
Amendment and failure and refusal to take their arrestees before
a magistrate for a determination of Probable Cause. "Objection,
these police officers are not attorneys, and they don't know the
law," to which I responded, "If these police officers don't know
the law, then why are they out there claiming to be enforcing
What is coming about is the certainty of a massive warfare
involving the police in which ultimately an innumerable number
of individuals on both sides of the issue are going to get hurt.
I mean, blood running in the streets. People will respond in the
only way in which they know how, I guarantee it!
I wrote a booklet entitled, "Three Reasons Why Police Increase
Crime." Therein, I explained how an over-supply of police
officers always results in more unrest and crime. One of my
points was that a heavy police presence assures a vast pool of
unarmed victims for the criminals to prey upon.
If you are a criminal and wanted to commit a crime with a gun,
you want the advantage of being the only one with a gun. You
certainly do not want to go up against another who has a gun.
Therefore, open farmlands, and areas in which there is little or
no gun control laws enforced, is not your primary target.
Farmers have real guns with real bullets. You want to live to
enjoy what you are able to steal. You choose rather to go where
gun control is the strongest, and the enforcement is the
greatest. It is in those areas that you find people who are
without guns, and whose only remedy is 911. You call the police
and wait for them to arrive to take down the report on what
happened. And yes, you stand a good chance of getting the
experience reported upon on the news at 10. Criminals know this,
and for this reason choose to work areas with police enforcement
of gun control laws. After all, criminals are not afraid of
police, but afraid of men with guns. Now police have guns, but
by the time they get there, the criminals have accomplished
their purpose, and are gone. Therefore, the more serious crimes
involving the use of a gun are much higher where their are gun
control laws, and police to enforce them. Police in abundance
are but an indirect benefit of serious criminals. The more
police, the more serious crime.
In the case of the People on the streets, with the bringing in
of more police action, and more and more enforcements, there
will result in more and more resistance to the abuse with no end
in the escalation.
Eventually, physical strokes will be meet with more public
praise for showing resistance. This is an absolute law of
nature, and like gravity, it cannot be avoided. This principle
is even recognized within the Word of God. "Surely the churning
of milk bringeth forth butter, and the wringing of the nose
bringeth forth blood: so the forcing of wrath bringeth forth
strife." Proverbs 30:33.
Instead of the police gaining public support, they will
inevitably be looking over their shoulders in fear with the
perception that they are not appreciated by the People
surrounding them. When you are driving a long in your car and
you come upon a person pulled over by a cop, do you think, boy I
am glad they caught that man? No! You are thinking, I am glad it
is him and not me. The courts had to give up on granting
constitutional jury trials we use to get in such cases because
it became extremely hard to get convictions cases involving
traffic. The jurors thought, boy, this case could have been me.
Already there is a little known truth not often stated in the
pro-police media. It is that three times as many police officers
are killed by their own guns as are killed in the line of duty.
And this includes higher ups on the force who decide to pull out
their guns and shoot themselves in the head. I have seen such
fact at least once reported in the Los Angeles Times. For
example, a superior officer chose the top of the ramp of the
Parker Center leading up to the LAPD parking on the roof to blow
his brains out.
Our greatest universal problem is, when redress is sought within
the courts over arbitrary police action, there is a near perfect
chance the judge will direct the case in favor of the police on
trial in an effort to defeat that, and all future lawsuits
against the police. But such is nothing new. Cover-up for
arbitrary police action even existed in the history of our
Declaration of Independence, "The history of the present King of Great
Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all
having in direct object the establishment of an absolute tyranny
over these states. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a
candid world. ... He [the King of England] has erected a multitude
of new offices, and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our
People, and to eat out their substance. .... protecting them, by
mock trial, from punishment for any murders which they should
commit on the inhabitants of these states."