The first step in implementing a police state is conditioning the citizens to comply… and getting them to go along with what they are told to do for fear of repercussions.
There is now an abundance of evidence of police intimidation tactics to keep everyone in line.
It starts in school, according to former New York State Teacher of the Year John Taylor Gatto, whose book, The Underground History of American Education, gives a chilling and detailed breakdown of how compulsory schooling was started and why. Suffice it to say, compliance was a key outcome that was intended by the design of the system.
And now we have police putting handcuffs on four-year-olds for being kids and knocking around ninety-five-year-old senior citizens for questioning a police officer’s order.
This should disturb you. And it gets worse. Infowars.com says:
“One website estimates that police kill on average three citizens a day in the United States. In 2014, 1100 individuals were killed by police in the U.S. That’s 70 times more than other first-world nations, and almost 20 times more than the number of U.S. troops killed in the same year in Afghanistan and Iraq.”
20 TIMES more than the number of U.S. troops killed in Afghanistan and Iraq in 2014. Call them police officers if you want. Statistics like this make me think that they are more like Gestapo.