Run for Your Life: The American Police State Is Coming to Get You

By John W. Whitehead

“This is what happens when you allow the government to call the shots.”

Daily, all across America, individuals who dare to resist—or even question—a police order are being subjected to all sorts of government-sanctioned abuse ranging from forced catheterization, forced blood draws, roadside strip searches and cavity searches, and other foul and debasing acts that degrade their bodily integrity and leave them bloodied and bruised.

Americans as young as 4 years old are being leg shackledhandcuffedtasered and held at gun point for not being quiet, not being orderly and just being childlike—i.e., not being compliant enough.

Government social workers actually subjected a 3-year-old boy to a forced catheterization after he was unable to provide them with a urine sample on demand (the boy still wasn’t potty trained). The boy was held down, screaming in pain, while nurses forcibly inserted a tube into his penis to drain his bladder—all of this done because the boy’s mother’s boyfriend had failed a urine analysis for drugs.

Americans as old as 95 are being beaten, shot and killed for questioning an order, hesitating in the face of a directive, and mistaking a policeman crashing through their door for a criminal breaking into their home—i.e., not being submissive enough.

Consider what happened to David Dao, the United Airlines passenger who was accosted by three police, forcibly wrenched from his seat across the armrest, bloodying his face in the process, and dragged down the aisle by the arms merely for refusing to relinquish his paid seat after the airline chose him randomly to be bumped from the flight—after being checked in and allowed to board—so that airline workers could make a connecting flight.

Those with ADHD, autism, hearing impairments, dementia or some other disability that can hinder communication in the slightest way are in even greater danger of having their actions misconstrued by police.

Police shot a 73-year-old-man with dementia seven times after he allegedly failed to respond to orders to stop approaching and remove his hands from his jacket. The man was unarmed and had been holding a crucifix.

Clearly, it no longer matters where you live.

Big city or small town: it’s the same scenario being played out over and over again in which government agents, hyped up on their own authority and the power of their uniform, ride roughshod over the citizenry who—in the eyes of the government—are viewed as having no rights.

Our freedoms—especially the Fourth Amendment—continue to be torn asunder by the prevailing view among government bureaucrats that they have the right to search, seize, strip, scan, spy on, probe, pat down, taser, and arrest any individual at any time and for the slightest provocation.

Forced cavity searches, forced colonoscopies, forced blood draws, forced breath-alcohol tests, forced DNA extractions, forced eye scans, forced inclusion in biometric databases—these are just a few ways in which Americans continue to be reminded that we have no control over what happens to our bodies during an encounter with government officials.

For instance, during a “routine” traffic stop for allegedly “rolling” through a stop sign, Charnesia Corley was thrown to the ground, stripped of her clothes, and forced to spread her legs while Texas police officers subjected her to a roadside cavity probe, all because they claimed to have smelled marijuana in her car.

Angel Dobbs and her 24-year-old niece, Ashley, were pulled over by a Texas state trooper for allegedly flicking cigarette butts out of the car window. Insisting that he smelled marijuana, the trooper proceeded to interrogate them and search the car. Despite the fact that both women denied smoking or possessing any marijuana, the police officer then called in a female trooper, who carried out a roadside cavity search, sticking her fingers into the older woman’s anus and vagina, then performing the same procedure on the younger woman, wearing the same pair of gloves. No marijuana was found.

LD :   KIMBERLEY CARBONE (pictured) stopped her car at traffic lights. The cops liked the look of her, so they pulled her over. She’d done nothing wrong. She was a model citizen. They forced her to take off her panties and open her legs. Then they stuck their fingers up her vagina and rectum, supposedly looking for drugs. Kimberley was subjected to five hours of sexual humiliation. The cops could find nothing. Kimberley was told she could go. No apologies. No compensation. No punishment for the cops. The  cops are still pulling attractive women over for forcible rectal and vaginal examinations whenever they feel like it. (See here) This is Police State America. [LD]

Leila Tarantino was subjected to two roadside strip searches in plain view of passing traffic during a routine traffic stop, while her two children—ages 1 and 4—waited inside her car. During the second strip search, presumably in an effort to ferret out drugs, a female officer “forcibly removed” a tampon from Tarantino.

Nothing illegal was found.

David Eckert was forced to undergo an anal cavity search, three enemas, and a colonoscopy after allegedly failing to yield to a stop sign at a Wal-Mart parking lot. Cops justified the searches on the grounds that they suspected Eckert was carrying drugs because his “posture [was] erect” and “he kept his legs together.”

No drugs were found.

Meanwhile, four Milwaukee police officers were charged with carrying out rectal searches of suspects on the street and in police district stations over the course of several years. One of the officers was accused of conducting searches of men’s anal and scrotal areas, often inserting his fingers into their rectums and leaving some of his victims with bleeding rectums.

Incidents like these—sanctioned by the courts and conveniently overlooked by the legislatures—teach Americans of every age and skin color the painful lesson that there are no limits to what the government can do in its so-called “pursuit” of law and order.

If this is a war, then “we the people” are the enemy.

As Radley Balko notes in The Washington Post, “When you’re at war, it’s important to dehumanize your enemy. And there’s nothing more dehumanizing than forcibly and painfully invading someone’s body — all the better if you can involve the sex organs.”

The message being beaten, shot, tasered, probed and slammed into our collective consciousness is simply this: it doesn’t matter if you’re in the right, it doesn’t matter if a cop is in the wrong, it doesn’t matter if you’re being treated with less than the respect you deserve or the law demands.

The only thing that matters to the American police state is that you comply, submit, respect authority and generally obey without question whatever a government official (anyone who wears a government uniform, be it a police officer, social worker, petty bureaucrat or zoning official) tells you to do.

This is what happens when you allow the government to call the shots: it becomes a bully.

As history shows, this recipe for disaster works every time: take police officers hyped up on their own authority and the power of the badge, throw in a few court rulings suggesting that security takes precedence over individual rights, set it against a backdrop of endless wars and militarized law enforcement, and then add to the mix a populace distracted by entertainment, out of touch with the workings of their government, and more inclined to let a few sorry souls suffer injustice than to challenge the status quo.

“It is not only under Nazi rule that police excesses are inimical to freedom,” warned former Supreme Court justice Felix Frankfurter in a 1946 ruling in Davis v. United States: “It is easy to make light of insistence on scrupulous regard for the safeguards of civil liberties when invoked on behalf of the unworthy. It is too easy. History bears testimony that by such disregard are the rights of liberty extinguished, heedlessly at first, then stealthily, and brazenly in the end.”

In other words, if it could happen in Nazi Germany, it can just as easily happen here.

It is happening here.

Unfortunately, we’ve been marching in lockstep with the police state for so long that we’ve forgotten how to march to the tune of our own revolutionary drummer. In fact, we’ve even forgotten the words to the tune.

We’ve learned the lessons of compliance too well.

For too long, “we the people” have allowed the government to ride roughshod over the Constitution, equating patriotism with blind obedience to the government’s dictates, no matter how unconstitutional or immoral those actions might be.

As historian Howard Zinn recognized:

Our problem is civil obedience. Our problem is the numbers of people all over the world who have obeyed the dictates of the leaders of their government and have gone to war, and millions have been killed because of this obedience… Our problem is that people are obedient all over the world, in the face of poverty and starvation and stupidity, and war and cruelty. Our problem is that people are obedient while the jails are full of petty thieves, and all the while the grand thieves are running the country. That’s our problem… people are obedient, all these herdlike people.

What can you do?

It’s simple but as I detail in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, the consequences may be deadly.

Stop being so obedient. Stop being so compliant and herdlike. Stop kowtowing to anyone and everyone in uniform. Stop perpetuating the false notion that those who work for the government—the president, Congress, the courts, the military, the police—are in any way superior to the rest of the citizenry. Stop playing politics with your principles. Stop making excuses for the government’s growing list of human rights abuses and crimes. Stop turning a blind eye to the government’s corruption and wrongdoing and theft and murder. Stop tolerating ineptitude and incompetence by government workers. Stop allowing the government to treat you like a second-class citizen. Stop censoring what you say and do for fear that you might be labeled an extremist or worse, unpatriotic. Stop sitting silently on the sidelines while the police state kills, plunders and maims your fellow citizens.

Stop being a slave.

As anti-war activist Rosa Luxemburg concluded, “Those who do not move, do not notice their chains.”

You may not realize it yet, but you are not free.

If you believe otherwise, it is only because you have made no real attempt to exercise your freedoms.

Had you attempted to exercise your freedoms before now by questioning a police officer’s authority, challenging an unjust tax or fine, protesting the government’s endless wars, defending your right to privacy against the intrusion of surveillance cameras, or any other effort that challenges the government’s power grabs and the generally lopsided status quo, you would have already learned the hard way that the police state has no appetite for freedom and it does not tolerate resistance.

This is called authoritarianism, a.k.a. totalitarianism, a.k.a. oppression.

As Glenn Greenwald notes for the Guardian:

Oppression is designed to compel obedience and submission to authority. Those who voluntarily put themselves in that state – by believing that their institutions of authority are just and good and should be followed rather than subverted – render oppression redundant, unnecessary. Of course people who think and behave this way encounter no oppression. That’s their reward for good, submissive behavior. They are left alone by institutions of power because they comport with the desired behavior of complacency and obedience without further compulsion. But the fact that good, obedient citizens do not themselves perceive oppression does not mean that oppression does not exist.

Get ready to stand your ground or run for your life, because the American police state is coming to get you.


38 thoughts to “Run for Your Life: The American Police State Is Coming to Get You”

  1. I most certainly concur with the author of this article. I’ve travelled to all, but two continents; Antarctica and South America and I must say that I will never set foot in the USA again. When it comes to rudeness, arrogance and ignorance nothing surpasses the “welcome” one receives upon entering the US. I visited before 9/11 and I’ve heard and read absolute horror stories about the maltreatment that has occurred since then. My last visit was in 1987 and my treatment and rude questioning by Customs was abominable. By comparison the behaviour of KGB Boarder guards was most gentlemanly, ditto for China. The US attitude is that anyone entering their country is some starving third world peasant.
    For all their vaunted gun ownership, the average American is an abject coward to put up with such abuse. “Land of the unfree and home of the craven.”
    Of course, almost daily, I meet American expatriates who have left the US, with no intention of returning, to live under a “brutal” and “dictatorial” junta in Thailand. Even, heaven forbid, the “communist” regimes of Vietnam and Laos. BTW, Laos is so laid back it makes the Latin “Manana” seem positively frenetic.

  2. Bloomberg will stick its hooknose with the entire Frankfurter Cathedral kvetching… Yadda yadda sexism yadda yadda racism…yadda yadda White Male… Yadd tadd why don’t you have a semitic ratdace…

  3. If someone happens to see the HUGE expansion of statutes and codes to which Americans have been subjected since 1865, he might begin to understand the frustration of “law enforcement” officers trying to always behave fairly and judiciously. The days of Right and Wrong are overcast with grey. Quick analyses and interpretation of episodes is rarely efficient, anymore. In short, we have too many statutes and codified rules-of-behavior the agents are expected to enforce. Too bad for us – too bad for them. 🙁

    1. Gil –

      We have too many cops running drugs and committing murders for drug money.

      Drug problems and all crimes – even robberies, set up by cops – would decrease if cops were done away with. We can police ourselves…. like Saxons did.

      Ollie North, hero of all drug-runners…. is the biggest drug facilitator today..!!

      1. Pat –

        I believe what we should consider is that they used to be called “peace officers” – not “police”. There was a reason for that, and it was because the “sheriff” was elected to mediate disputes between members of society in case they became violently intrusive on the “peace” and tranquility of civilized discourse. Back then, in the colonial times of our country, the legislature (or crown) would appoint the “Chief Magistrate and High Sheriff” of each county, who would then appoint his deputies to help “keep the peace”.
        A man could distill whiskey, grow dope, or be of any religion he chose – AS LONG AS HE WAS “PEACEFUL” ABOUT IT. However, now that we have promoted “Diversity”, we have accelerated complications.

      2. Gil –

        “A man could distill whiskey..” ONLY ‘if-n’ he paid a tax..!! 🙂

        On ORDERS from HAMILTON…. ‘chickenshit Washington’ – man of the Crown – sent 13,000 troops – POLICE – to enforce the whiskey taxes on 100+ POOR broken unarmed farmers in 1794 to ensure the monopoly of Eastern whiskey producers…. A SET-UP… akin to a false flag.. for show..!! 🙂

        The tax on whisky distilled in a city, town, or village was based on the quantity distilled.

        Since the retail price of whisky in the West was about half what it was in the East, the effective tax rate in the West was twice as high, computed as a percentage of the price. Further, stills located outside of a city, town, or village were taxed on their capacity, regardless of whether they actually produced that much.

        Large distillers (located primarily in the East) could defer their tax payment if they posted a bond, but small (mostly western) distillers had to pay immediately, before removal of their product from the distillery. These and other features of the law made the whisky tax so unfair to the western farmer-distillers that some Hamilton critics have suggested that he intended to provoke opposition, giving the Federal Government a chance to show its strength.

        Regardless of Hamilton’s intent, the whisky tax certainly generated great opposition, especially on the western frontier. This opposition culminated in the famous “Whisky Rebellion” of 1794 in southwestern Pennsylvania.

        President Washington, accompanied by Alexander Hamilton, led 13,000 troops to put down the rebellion.

        At Bedford, Pennsylvania, when it became clear that the insurgents would not stand and fight, Washington left the troops to return to his presidential duties.

        Hamilton and General Henry Lee remained for two months, arresting the rebellion’s ringleaders—whom Washington would later pardon. The successful suppression of the Whisky Rebellion helped establish the power of the Federal Government, but opposition to the whisky tax continued. Since George Washington, the Father of his Country, was unassailable, opponents of the tax focused on Alexander Hamilton.

      3. All that shit is obvious, Pat. Hamilton was shot over his meddling – but, unfortunately, his mentors prevailed, anyway. When I cite “colonial” times, I cite the times BEFORE the central bank influence, and its accompanying evils. 🙂

      4. I should have not said “obvious” – but, more correctly “incidental”… Sorry about that! 🙂

      5. Gil –

        “All that shit is obvious, Pat.”

        NOT to those who never read it before..!! 🙂

        Most never knew it was to protect the wealthy producers in the East…. like John Hancock…. the son-of-a-bitch SLAVE-TRADER for booze..!!

        The federal government forced onto Americans was DESPISED..!!

        This was the first use of the Militia Law of 1792..!!


        *George Washington’s Proclamation calling Out The Militia To Occupy the Western Counties of Pennsylvania

        –As It Appears In the August 11, 1794 issue of Claypoole’s Daily Advertiser–

        Angered by an excise tax imposed on whiskey in 1791 by the federal government, farmers in the western counties of Pennsylvania engaged in a series of attacks on excise agents.

        While citizens in the east did not find it difficult to abide by the concept that individual states were “subservient to the country,” people west of the mountains were less accepting of decisions made by the central government.

        The tariff effectively eliminated any profit by the farmers from the sale or barter of an important cash crop, and became the lightning rod for a wide variety of grievances by the settlers of the region against the federal government.

        (much more):

  4. Legalize drugs and you will get rid of half the police force,lawyers, judges, caterers ,half-way houses,parole officers … less crimes means less invasive laws and hence less tyranny .
    most of US towns resort to bingo halls to raise money and other forms of gambling .Therefore , police salary is not good and it attracts short young GIs out of Iraq ,Afganistan after the tour of duty is over . Most of them suffer from inferiority complex and abuse in high schools.
    drugs to police job security , is what the devil to preachers , they need each others .
    In some towns , police chalk – mark cars in front of bars and time them to catch drunk drivers later on .

    1. Unfortunately, Al, “legalizing” drugs brings about a whole ‘nother volume of rules and regulations governing the production and distribution of a simple plant like marijuana. Focus on something to “legalize”, and it, unfortunately, attracts the associated parasites of the “legal” realm. People simply need to go about their business more quietly, and not seek approval from the pubic (such as STAY THE HELL OFF FACEBOOK, IDIOTS!).

      1. Of course drugs should be “legalized”; if for no other reason than “government’s” lack of legitimate authority to arbitrarily say that people can’t have certain things.

  5. Of course there’s a Jewish police State in the US and quoting Frankfurter and Luxemburg is out of place. Basically the author suggests to resist the police without attending the main problem: The Jewish usurping the government and their control over the authorities. All this police abuse is going to get worst. I’m sure they are going to disarm the American citizens because that’s the next logic step.

    1. @ RC

      Of course there’s a Jewish police State in the US . . .

      Yes, that goes without saying. We all know that Israeli operatives come over to America to teach the American police how to treat ordinary American citizens like Palestinians. American police officers, from almost every police department in America, are also sent off to Israel regularly, as a matter of course, to learn useful tips from the Israeli police on how to ill-treat and bully American citizens.

      America has been thoroughly “Jewified”, especially the police forces. This is the classic article on the subject:

      The Israelification of American Domestic Security

      1. Sardonicus –

        I agree. We HAVE been “jewified” through the evolution of complications – which seem to build, daily. Police, being human, are no less subject to the same evolution of complications, viz., “Jewification”. One problem begats another. (“For want of a nail, the shoe was lost; for want of a shoe, the HORSE was lost!”)

    2. RC – I agree especially about Rosa. The chains her agenda would have put on we’d notice without moving, and breathing would have been difficult. When Israelis come to teach US police how to do their job it’s spitting in the face of American police; what, US police are so inept, their training and methods so obsolete, their professional abilitiy and record such a failure they must have Israelis in to teach them? A good argument can be made that Israeli influence has deliberately degraded standards, as noted above. Not all police wish to disarm US citizens, some sheriffs have taken very brave stands against it. It must be said, however, that ‘progressive’ jews and their catamites almost universally want to confiscate guns. I was assaulted by a police officer when younger, not for anything I said (I always try to be polite to armed people) but because he felt like it. Luckily there was another policeman present who objected, as I’d given absolutely no cause. A friend was assaulted by two officers when attempting to visit his young daughter for an hour when he had every legal right to do so and court papers in his hand. I’m afraid there has always been an element of brutality in policework, whether from stress, poor pay for risking your life like in most third world countries, or, sheer brutality with a license to do so. The good ones are professionals and sometimes like saints, the bad ones… The article rightly addresses the DEGREE that professional standards and behavior have degraded and the widespread contamination, especially with Israeli ‘help’ and a government that serves Israel first.

    3. Millions of Americans are armed to the teeth, and will STAY that way and go out in blazes of glory and take the would-be disarmers with them if push comes to shove

      When hell freezes over

  6. I saw my uncle Jack taken away during one night in Shanghai in 1971 if I remember correctly (just before Nixon’s visit) by 8 plain clothed policemen who entered our little cabana without cause or warning. They manufactured the “evidence” right in front of my eyes (selecting an “illegal” radio station on my uncle’s jukebox radio) and took my uncle away. He spent 30 days in jail for no apparent reason, except for what we suspected later that the local police was cleaning up the rabble and troublemakers from the streets of Shanghai for Nixon’s pass through.

    Living for some 20 years in the great United States, I can tell you that the police there is much more effective in running the Yankee Gulag. The professionalism of the police in “first-world” nations cuts like a double sword. In normal times, they help the little folks and maintain peace and order, but during these dire times, they enforce the Police State as this article graphically illustrates.

    Good luck to the Yankees and those who still live in that great land of GMO milk and fake money!

  7. Regarding Pat’s comment on the Whiskey massacre, the punch line is that President George Washington had one of the biggest alcohol distillers in the USA at that time!

    1. Dave –

      Good point…!!

      The “YUGE” lying US leaders were even more “BIGGLY” corrupt and savage CRIMINALS than today’s Buffoonish actors… they JUST worked cheaper…

      Only needed $$Million instead of $$$Trillions.. 🙂

      George Washington mustered up 13,000 – POLICEMEN – “To Protect and To Serve” him and the Pharisee-Jew Bankers in London..!!

  8. The cops beat me up twice, so far. Years ago..
    Both times for *contempt of cop (aka) how I found out right or wrong has nuttin’ to do with being stupid.

    *contempt of cop, though not illegal or a crime, is punishable by anything and everything from false arrest and fines, up to and including summary execution.
    All these happen every day, across the looted plain.
    Better believe it..

    1. @ HP

      “…how I found out right or wrong has nuttin’ to do with being stupid.”

      Wise words. If the author actually followed his advice, he would be able to provide real pictures of himself suffering from being stupid. Although there are exceptions, giving respect usually results in respect returned, at least that has been my experience with cops. I always figured that it was not very smart to piss off anyone with a gun whether they were cops, good citizens, or bad guys.

      Due to my wife’s business, I have the chance to talk with cops on a rather regular basis. During my conversations with them, I find that most of them really do not like their jobs, but they do not feel like they can quit because they have no marketable skills. That is the same reason that lots of young military people leaving the military windup being cops. Most do not like being revenue agents for their governments. Most of them do not like traffic stops because they never know what they might be facing and die doing it. About half of them do not even like governments and are personally armed for themselves and their families defenses if SHTF.

      Cops have a perception problem. Normally they are dealing with people that are far from being decent people. Because of that and over time, they begin to perceive all people as not decent people. Being respectful to them helps return them to a better perspective and a more honorable outcome.

      Everyone that has a super negative violent encounter with the cops for no reason when respect has not worked has about three alternatives. Do the time and/or pay the fine and forgive them, take legal action that normally is not successful, or inflict revenge at about 200 yards later on. These are not good options, but until the head of the snake overplays its hand resulting in an armed uprising, that about the way it is.

      One thing should be kept in mind. The jewish controllers just love hatred and its ability to divide so that they can conquer. The Black Lives Matter Soros “movement” is designed to do just that between the people and the cops. Promoting hated is an act of evil.

  9. Smart people cannot become policemen in US.

    $$$$ is reason…. turnover. Smartest ones soon quit. Maybe they become garbage collectors…. higher stations..!! 🙂

    Court OKs Barring High IQs for Cops

    A man whose bid to become a police officer was rejected after he scored too high on an intelligence test has lost an appeal in his federal lawsuit against the city.

    The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York upheld a lower court’s decision that the city did not discriminate against Robert Jordan because the same standards were applied to everyone who took the test.

    “This kind of puts an official face on discrimination in America against people of a certain class,” Jordan said today from his Waterford home. “I maintain you have no more control over your basic intelligence than your eye color or your gender or anything else.”

    He said he does not plan to take any further legal action.

    Jordan, a 49-year-old college graduate, took the exam in 1996 and scored 33 points, the equivalent of an IQ of 125. But New London police interviewed only candidates who scored 20 to 27, on the theory that those who scored too high could get bored with police work and leave soon after undergoing costly training.

    Most Cops Just Above Normal The average score nationally for police officers is 21 to 22, the equivalent of an IQ of 104, or just a little above average.

    Jordan alleged his rejection from the police force was discrimination. He sued the city, saying his civil rights were violated because he was denied equal protection under the law.

    But the U.S. District Court found that New London had “shown a rational basis for the policy.” In a ruling dated Aug. 23, the 2nd Circuit agreed. The court said the policy might be unwise but was a rational way to reduce job turnover.

    1. I thought 85 was high enough to disqualify for a cop.

      when i was in high school we always guessed which ones would end up being cops at the bottom of the pile, firefighters came next, stockbrokers working in rich dad’s office also brought up the rear and that’s where most jewboys ranked.

    2. Before you become indignant by this, keep in mind that “anti-discrimination” measures are always taken in favor of the inferior and never in favor of the superior. That’s also why Whites need not try to complain about “racism”. As Whites they can by definition only practise racism and never themselves be victim of it. That’s Marxism in a nutshell for you.

  10. Good article, but one other aspect needs to be mentioned, IMO. Where does “government” get all the sociopaths from – all the sociopaths that they arm, dress up in costumes, and send out into society?

    Where do they find an apparently limitless supply of people who will do things like fire 150 bullets into bank robbers’ getaway car containing hostages? Or who will throw a pyrotechnic grenade into a baby’s crib? Or who will mindlessly shoot a 13 year old kid with a toy gun and then show no remorse?

    Apparently they find these people in the same place that they find people who are willing to join the U.S. military and deploy to places like Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, etc., and brutalize people there; i.e., from the vast pool of corrupt, sociopathic, statist misfits and assorted flag-waving blowhards known as the “American people”.

    America is a police state because *the people* are corrupt, IMO. To put it another way, when TSHTF it won’t be the Jews shooting us down in the streets, it’ll be our corrupt neighbors.

    1. @Harold Smith
      Where do they find an apparently limitless supply of people who will do things like fire 150 bullets into bank robbers’ getaway car containing hostages?

      I know it’s a rhetorical question but I can’t resist this one.
      They get them from factories we call ‘schools’. We give them our babies as early as possible so the experimentation can be perfected.

      Then, just like in Hollywood (holy wood) the real magic begins. Some audition for the lead role (President), some for supporting, some extras (Army)… The real managers are usually hidden, you don’t see them on the stage that much. The world is at a stage where they are testing the waters with Kushner; they can’t wait for the ‘lordship’ to be open.

      1. Glad to help!

        They are all good. I like this one, a review of a booklet from Sons of Liberty in Metairie, Louisiana, a part of New Orleans. It has been out of business for years. I bought many books there over the years.

        It seems to have been written by Arnold Leese, but the narrator did not know.

        Eustace Mullins told me that Leese died suddenly a couple of weeks after some important info was sent to him by Mullins, c. 1958.

        Also see:


        Meditations Inside Gaol and Out
        On Jewish Ritual Murder
        The I.F.L. Printing & Publishing Co.,
        30, Craven Street, W.C.2.

      2. Pat and Lobro,
        I have no problem accessing any of those videos in Thailand. I think they are only banned in the European Baboon colonies. Fascist Ball IV is also banned in that god-forsaken, woebegone and benighted region of the world. The sooner they are put out of their misery the better.

      3. Pat
        The Leese book can be downloaded from
        I’ve sent you a copy.
        Any unfortunates residing in the Baboon colonies use VPN or TOR to access

  11. It’s unfortunate but probably true that we live in an incipient police state. I have not personally ever had a bad encounter with the police. I am law abiding in every sense of the word, but I still feel as if I am a criminal since I disagree generally with the ruling elite. There is no place worse for oppressive laws than the state of California.

    With the election of Trump and the ensuing border crisis, California has more or less (not sure it’s law as yet) calls itself a sanctuary state. What this means is that if someone has a fake ID, that is all right. If someone has stolen someone else’s identity and sold it to someone else: that is OK. On the other hand, a child of a tax paying, law abiding citizen is not allowed to attend school if the child has not been injected with aluminum containing vaccines–the aluminum migrates into the brain where it causes mitochondria disease, autoimmunity, and cognitive decline. I hope that smart parents have resorted to fake vaccine records. The time is fast approaching when everyone will have to have fake everything here in order to survive.

    A recent incident in my own house shows how strange this new reality can be. A white citizen handy man is painting a room in my house. He leaves his $30.00 tarp while he goes to pick up some paint. The cleaning crew who are illegal with fake IDs steal the tarp and put it in their van. They are about to drive away when the handy man comes back. He sees the tarp and makes me go retrieve it. But who is the criminal here? Certainly not those with fake IDs who have been given carte blanche to commit any crime because they have automatic immunity with sanctuary; while the citizen is held to the laws. Banksters, Clintonians, etc. etc. can commit crimes that the average person could never get away with… so we have a very unjust society.

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