The tasered states of America
- Innovative technology for Civilian Control: "I pledge allegiance to the flag, of the tasered states of America"
- Since Pittsburgh G20, the blogosphere is rife with questions about policing America. More of my continued musings and research.
- Some of the crowd control employed by Pittsburgh police was stunning in its innovation: electric noise waves to push the crowd back, long ranged tasers.
- There is the standard taser,
- The long-range taser,
- The multi-shot taser,
- And the really long-range taser.
My point in all of these examples is to highlight just how much research has actually gone into giving both the military and law enforcement a whole new range of weaponry, to create an entirely new class of violent tactics to use in enforcing crowd control and to persuade resisters to concede to the demands of authority. This has empowered government to openly wage war against its own population without violating international law or being charged with war crimes. Non-lethal weaponry allows the state to physically attack Americans without crossing the line to gunplay, thus side-stepping the Second Amendment and the issue of armed self-defense.
The militarization of American police forces and their adaptation to the new low-level warfare techniques is spoon-fed to us, mixed-in with the usual themes of “terrorism” and other fear factors, hoping to intimidate any potential resistance movement before it even begins—stifling the idea itself.
That’s the entire mission of the war against the people, in a nutshell, to stifle all unacceptable ideas within the mind itself, before trouble arises from them.