Police state

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Police State is a term used to describe a government that has imposed ruthless and restrictive measures over its citizens. The measures can include heavy surveillance, repression of free speech and freedom of religion, rigid rules in terms of association, government control over the media and political tyranny. In Western countries such as the United States, the number of criminal statutes has proliferated.[1]

Often the first step in the creation of a police state is mandatory gun registration and gun control leading to gun confiscation and disarming the citizens. This civilian disarmament followed by summary execution and then genocide[2] happened in Turkey from 1911, the Soviet Union from 1929, China from 1935, Germany from 1938, Cambodia from 1956, Guatemala from 1964, Uganda from 1970 under Idi Amin, Argentina from 1976, Bosnia-Herzegovina from 1992, Sierra Leone from 2000, Darfur from 2006. All communist countries (Vietnam, North Korea, Cuba, etc.) and many socialist-tendency countries such as Great Britain, France, Canada and Australia have disarmed their populace.[3]

Disarmed citizens of a police state can more easily be deemed enemy combatants or potential "terrorists" and subjected to summary execution[4] by Executive Order[5] is the punishment of choice for a wide variety of offenses, both criminal and political, under the rule of a dictator.

Nazi Germany and other socialist-communist regimes such as Cuba are examples of police states. In the United States, one of the Biden junta's first actions was to execute a warrant against former New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani, who led challenges of Democrat voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.[6] George Orwell's novel 1984 is a fictional example of a police state.

Capitol Police (red arrow) hold the door open for a 69 year old peaceful protester. Six months later the Biden Junta arrested the woman in a nationwide dragnet for alleged "white supremacists".[7]

Modern police states

China

The Peoples Republic of China (PRC) National Intelligence Law, which went into effect in July 2017, compels all persons and companies doing businesses in China to cooperate with the CCP's internal security apparatus and the intelligence goals of the Chinese Communist Party.

Any organization or citizen shall support, assist and cooperate with the state intelligence work in accordance with the law, and keep the secrets of the national intelligence work known to the public.

The State protects individuals and organizations that support, assist and cooperate with national intelligence work.[8]

The new law essentially codifies the principles of the Maoist Cultural Revolution to spy on or terrorize fellow citizens, as well as extends the Communist Party of China's reach into Chinese telecommunications companies throughout the world and foreign businesses operating in the PRC.

Cuba

The Cuban government does not tolerate dissent. It targets dissenters by directing militants from the CP, the Communist Youth League, Committees for the Defense of the Revolution, the Federation of Cuban Women, the Association of Veterans of the Cuban Revolution, and other groups to stage Antifa/Black Lives Matter-type protests against the dissenter, usually in front of his/her house. These protests, called "acts of repudiation," involve the shouting of insults and the occasional use of violence. The events generate intense fear and are aimed at ostracizing and intimidating those who question the government's policies.

Locations of major hard-labor/re-education camps where the inmate population exceeds 20,000 each, nuclear-related facilities, and the test bomb site

North Korea

See also: Atheistic communism and torture

The Christian Post published an article entitled North Korean Defector Who Spent 28 Years in Prison Camp Details Hunger, Torture, and Cannibalism in the DPRK which stated:

More than 200,000 North Koreans, including children, are imprisoned in camps where many perish from forced labor, inadequate food, and abuse by guards, according to Human Rights Watch. The isolated, secretive nation has no media, functioning civil society, or religious freedom, and pervasive problems include arbitrary arrest, lack of due process, and torture.[9]

Iran

As of 2021, Iran's president, Ebrahim Raisi was known as the Butcher of Tehran. In 1980, at the age of just 20, Raisi was appointed prosecutor of the revolutionary court of Karaj, west of Tehran, and by 1988 he had been promoted deputy prosecutor of Tehran. Raisi was a member of the so-called “Death Commission”, which ordered thousands to be killed in the massacre of 1988. He then became one of four individuals selected to carry out the slaughter of imprisoned activists of the People’s Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI). Some 30,000[10] men, women and children held in prisons all over Iran were lined up against the wall and shot within just a few months, say those battling to oust the regime.[11]

The Butcher of Tehran has also led torturing pregnant women and ordered despicable mass-executions.[12].

Biden junta

See also: Biden/Harris attack on civil liberties‎

There are 13 federal statutes the Biden regime domestic terrorism task force uses to intimidate and silence parents from speaking out at local school board meetings to protest Marxist indoctrination, critical race theory, gender indoctrination, mask mandates, and the rape of their children and subsequent cover-up.[13] These statutes include mail threats, cyberstalking, anonymous telecommunications harassment, repeated phone calls, repeated harassing communication, false information and hoaxes, depriving a person of their civil rights and other statutes related to interstate extortion, injury to property, person, or reputation, kidnapping, and interference with a federally protected activity.[14]

Quotes about police states

  • "The progress of science in furnishing the government with means of espionage is not likely to stop with wire tapping. Ways may some day be developed by which the government, without removing papers from secret drawers, can reproduce them in court, and by which it will be enabled to expose to a jury the most intimate occurrences of the home. Advances in the psychic and related sciences may bring means of exploring unexpressed beliefs, thoughts and emotions. 'That places the liberty of every man in the hands of every petty officer' was said by James Otis of much lesser intrusions than these. 1 To Lord Camden a far slighter intrusion seemed 'subversive of all the comforts of society.' Can it be that the Constitution affords no protection against such invasions of individual security?"

See also

References

  1. Trautman, Lars (October 21, 2019). How overcriminalization is turning everyday Americans into lawbreakers. Washington Examiner. Retrieved October 22, 2019.
  2. Gun control#Gun Control and Genocide
  3. The True Face of Gun Control, Dean Speir, The Gun Zone RKBA, Accessed March 28, 2014
  4. https://www.wnd.com/2013/02/when-a-republican-murders-u-s-citizens by Ted Nugent Accessed March 28, 2014
  5. "Few things are as dangerous to American liberty as the proposition that the government should be able to kill citizens anywhere in the world on the basis of legal standards and evidence that are never submitted to a court, either before or after the fact. Anyone willing to trust President Obama with the power to secretly declare an American citizen an enemy of the state and order his extrajudicial killing should ask whether they would be willing to trust the next president with that dangerous power." https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/05/us-targeted-killings-eric-holder_n_1320515.html Accessed March 28, 2014
  6. https://www.politico.com/newsletters/playbook-pm/2021/04/28/giuliani-pad-raided-by-feds-492636
  7. https://redstate.com/shipwreckedcrew/2021/06/28/the-emerging-reality-is-the-biden-justice-department-will-charge-everyone-it-can-identify-for-capitol-protests-n403137
  8. https://cs.brown.edu/courses/csci1800/sources/2017_PRC_NationalIntelligenceLaw.pdf
  9. North Korean Defector Who Spent 28 Years in Prison Camp Details Hunger, Torture, and Cannibalism in the DPRK
  10. Butcher' linked to 30000 deaths set to become new President of Iran, Express, UK, May 23, 2021. THE mastermind behind the massacre of 30000 dissidents has emerged as the regime's favourite to win next month's presidential.
  11. Horror acts of Iran’s ‘next president’ Ebrahim ‘The Butcher’ Raisi J Lockett, The Sun, June 19, 2021
  12. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named fr24
  13. https://nypost.com/2021/10/13/dad-arrested-at-school-board-meeting-rips-ag-merrick-garland/
  14. https://www.ktvh.com/news/helena-news/u-s-acting-attorney-for-montana-sends-letters-of-statues-to-state-law-enforcement

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