Those refreshing interludes.

“Every time we are sent down to Mexico to train one group in SWAT tactics, we know they’ll be sending us down there in ten years to kill the same guys we are training today.” and “It used to be that the Israeli’s came here to train, and now we go over there.”

–spoken to me by an anonymous retired SWAT lieutenant just this afternoon 08-15-2017

While on  the surface, my writings may seem to some to be provocative-which is what all respectable words SHOULD be-a certain group of ‘umbrella’ organizations and their adherents in and outside of policing and its affiliated brethren and sisterns might feel that my writings herein are “anti-police, or even “anti-government,” based on their political leanings, or payola.

I wish to point out the that nothing is further from the truth as pertains to my intentions, or more important than free speech regarding this topic, and that, unfettered by political compromises, or the silencing that can happen through the great blackmail scheme that we have come to learn is the NSA data collection scheme and its accompanying database abuse; and that due process is the first step and the last step one will ever take in America, and know with great pride that they are fortunate to live here, and interact here, as citizens. This is, I would like to remind my 26 readers from today, a right, and NOT a privilege.

One of the biggest problems facing American’s today is the same problem that is facing policing, which is that of defining the “us” from the “them.” This has and always been a problem in policing of any kind. When speaking of “us versus them,” it is important to look at the roots of this dual and dichotomous narrative, but also ask if “the right people” are the ones being targeted. Then, it is important to know that targeting via database operations has taken on nightmarish proportions for ALL American’s, including police.

So, ironically, I find myself lending voice to another kind of voiceless person, which are those in  policing, government, and other public sectors who themselves are targeted on multiple levels, and then, burdened with the need to keep silent, based on the heirarchy of blindly following orders, speaking when spoken to, keeping secrets, and doing as they are told.All of these can and do produce special, and specific mental disruptions, and certainly do affect mental processes; just as it does to citizens.

Of the OGS denialists, there seems to be a unified version  of “these people are all mentally ill,” whereas of those targeted, they are, until recently, fairly silent, and frequently compromised in ways that defy conventional explanations. One such “targeting” took place upon American diplomats, and the US government clearly and decidedly implicated “sound weapons”in a main stream news story carried by the Associated Press.

So, of those who practice OGS, and those who are targeted, few know that police officers, and law enforcement in general are among the most targeted of all “individuals” as this new scheme of database abuse has some of them in it’s sights, as it once had common  criminals, and political targets in it’s vast net. Also in the net are frequently targeted diplomats, foreign service employees, and more. Then, beyond American’s being targeted, there is the fact that their relatives and associates are also targeted.

When I, for one, sit down to contemplate “what is America?” and “what is Democracy,” like most, I come up with the answer that we are world leaders and that the United States Constitution is a document written for everyone-it is written for the alt-left protester and the crybully as much as it is written for the alt-right racists and their affiliated groups who argue over statues in culture wars, rather than statutes which are violated every day by those who have abused citizens via database collection, and as such the Constitution, due process, which should be the focal point of our “American” discussion, has bee subsumed by identity politics of race class and gender wars; and Syria, or Iran is “our” enemy, instead of those who are tearing us apart, and using the Constitution as toilet paper; because regardless of the mess that international finance, and black operations of any and every kind put us in, we are, all still American’s FIRST.

And in that light, policing takes on an especially important role: that of “upholding an oath” to protect American’s, FIRST from enemies “both foreign and domestic.” This oath is not one that includes “well, you know, that American, versus that American is a better American, so we don’t have to protect him or her.” And it certainly does not include overlooking the long term, and frequently harmful targeting that factions of the LE community perpetrate against other factions of the LE community.

I myself have several members of my family who worked and who work in policing. And like all families, I also have many family members targeted-an  uncle just returned from Israel; an uncle who runs an American business that is highly targeted by mobsters and others; a cousin who is a past and current legal counsel for two former sitting presidents. And my own father- a Korea veteran, wore a wire for the FBI in the 1960’s, which certainly explains why I have chosen to write, rather than any other course of action, to peacefully protest the subversion of Democracy via database abuse, and it’s accompanying blackmail schemes.

As such, I have written this blog as a guide, and to encourage others to write their own, based in this as an example. My readership has blossomed, and certainly, the stories they are reading validate each and every thesis herein. My other work can be seen in other places, and I will continue to write as long as I am able, for the word is indeed mightier than the sword, if the hornets nest that I have kicked up here by breaking my own silence is any indicator.

On that note, let me add a few sprinkles of salt and pepper to (cooking analogy thanks to Libra)  the story herein:

  1. I have been approached by no less than 5 people in the last three months who call themselves targeted individuals. One was a hacker,  two were Viet Nam era veterans, another his ‘running partner’ who mentioned a certain man who was imprisoned for terrorism in 2001 or so;  one was a bag lady, one just a street kid who wished he could hack better. Three black, two hispanic. This is more “TI’s” than I have ever met in such a short span of time.
  2. I watched over a period of 8 years as my life became ‘infiltrated’ and coincidence after coincidence piled up, as did compromising situations, situations that directly affected my life and safety, and much more. Finally, I will note that a relative of mine is affiliated with a certain database which contains the identities of every single American or foreigner who has ever passed a background check, or who has been fingerprinted-and this database was the exact one which was also used during the elections in Hugo Chavez’ elections. And as such, I blew the whistle when it was compromised BY those who work IN the exact organizations that are paid to protect that information. There is today, such a collaboration between those who work in corporations, and those who work in law enforcement to undermine us all via database abuse, and the selective leaking of information for political reasons.
  3. Like any whistle blower, journalist, or anyone else who has ever endured OGS, I can say with certainty that I fear for my life and safety, and the lives and safety of my family members. As such, I write this to inform the public at large, and those who have sought to compromise me that you are on notice; and I hope the wheels of government find you, and prosecute you to the fullest extent of  the law.

Lastly, on a refreshing note: I believe to the fullest extent that what I put forwards herein is a valid thesis which can and will be useful to those who are in similar positions. And to those who I might feel mocked, chided, or derided herein, maybe take a look at your own thesis, your own complicity, or your own immorality, and ask yourself why the things I write here are a challenge to you. But I for one, hope that my peaceful dissent and resistance can be seen as exactly that, and for the criminal, civil defense lawyer or other constitutional rights scholar; to those in the healing professions, and those in the wider dialectic find value herein.

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