If this is true.......
Through court-ordered consent decrees, the Obama administration Justice Department (DOJ) has forced dozens of state and local law enforcement officials to plead guilty rather than fight a Justice Department investigation and civil or criminal complaint as well as accept to run their departments under direction of a court-ordered federal monitor.
In effect, the Obama administration found a way to nationalize any state or local law enforcement department or agency that insisted on strict enforcement of immigration laws, or exerted diligence in policing crime-ridden minority inner cities to protect law-abiding citizens against the ravages of criminal, drug-dealing gangs.
This “federalization by consent decree” of state and local law enforcement reached its peak under the direction of Thomas E. Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee and a self-professed La Raza “open borders radical,” Perez also served as Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division from 2009-2013.
The radical hard-left of Bill Ayers and Saul Alinsky view police in the United States not as a dedicated force for good willing to risk their lives daily to preserve law and order in communities across the United States, but as an “occupying force” employed by capitalistic white elites hired to attack immigrants and suppress minorities, and apply enforce social control by the discriminatory exercise of deadly force and the power to arrest and imprison.
In the Open Society Foundations’ U.S. Programs Board annual meeting held in New York City on February 11-12, 2016, George Soros proposed an annual three to five million dollar commitment for at least three years to launch a “new police reform initiative” that would include backing DOJ consent decrees aimed at improving “the impact of federal intervention to address local policing practices.”
The board book for the 2016 annual meeting in New York, leaked by DCLeaks.com, proposed a “three-pronged strategy to advance a new police reform initiative, including creating a national intermediary organization to add expertise and capacity to local campaigns, engaging with police unions, and advancing a federal police reform agenda.”
A leaked document from George Soros’s Open Society Foundations exposes the billionaire’s level of involvement in attempting to build what his organization describes as a “national movement” to reform local police forces across the U.S. The reform largely consists of federal guidelines for local police forces.
The document identifies an opportunity in the police killings of African-American men in Ferguson, Staten Island, North Charleston, and Baltimore. It relates that the U.S. contingent of Open Society held a planning meeting titled, “Police Reform: How to Take Advantage of the Crisis of the Moment and Drive Long-Term Institutional Change in Police-Community Practice.”
Historical context on why this is bad:
When the Nazis came to power in January 1933, many policemen remained skeptical of the party and its intentions. Nazi agitation, especially in the latter years of the Weimar Republic, had been subversive and the police had been investigating both the Nazis and the Communists with vigor. Nevertheless, Adolf Hitler posed as a champion of law and order, claiming he would uphold traditional German values. The police and many other conservatives looked forward to the extension of police power promised by a strong centralized state, welcomed the end of factional politics, and agreed to end democracy.
The Nazi state in fact alleviated many of the frustrations the police experienced in the Weimar Republic. The Nazis shielded the police from public criticism by censoring the press. They ended street fighting by eliminating the Communist threat. Police manpower was even extended by the incorporation of Nazi paramilitary organizations as auxiliary policemen. The Nazis centralized and fully funded the police to better combat criminal gangs and promote state security. The Nazi state increased staff and training, and modernized police equipment. The Nazis offered the police the broadest latitude in arrests, incarceration, and the treatment of prisoners. The police moved to take "preventive action," that is, to make arrests without the evidence required for a conviction in court and indeed without court supervision at all.
Conservative policemen were initially satisfied with the results of their cooperation with the Nazi state. Crime did indeed go down and the operation of criminal gangs ended. Order was restored. But there was a price. The Nazi state was not a restoration of the imperial tradition. It was at its core thoroughly racist. The Nazis took control and transformed the traditional police forces of the Weimar Republic into an instrument of state repression and, eventually, of genocide.
The Nazi state fused the police with the SSand Security Service (Sicherheitsdienst; SD), two of the most radical and ideologically committed Nazi organizations. Heinrich Himmler, head of the SS, also became the chief of all German police forces. His associate, Reinhard Heydrich of the SD, became at the same time the head of the Security Police, charged with safeguarding the Nazi regime. Nazi ideology became part of all police activities. The police were central figures not just in maintaining public order, but in combating the so-called racial enemies designated by the Nazi state. It was in this context that "preventive police action" took on such terrible consequences. The SS, SD, and police were among the primary perpetrators of the Holocaust.
Imagine a nationalized police force that is at the will of who ever is in charge in the White House. Imagine a nationalized police force that only has to answer to the Attorney General. Imagine being declared an “enemy of the state” just because you don’t think a certain way or criticize the administration In power. What could go wrong?.......Oh, and the 10th amendment btw.
F Democrats. They are the real neo-Nazis. Also, maybe (just maybe) this is why the Dem areas under siege are not crushing the riots or working hard to stop the chaos, which in turn is demoralizing law enforcement
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