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How does a local police force respond to this type of firepower? A cache of weapons seized from a vehicle from an outbound examination at Del Rio International Bridge on February 1, 2011. US customs agents in Texas seized 14 high-powered assault rifles when they searched a car heading into Mexico, and arrested the driver. Credit: US Customs and Border Protection/Reuters


As Black Lives Matters tries to stay relevant, they have changed their message to “demilitarize our police”. George Soros funds this mess, and it is easily discredited by the facts, so why does the media carry their water?


1. Police Guns – Approximately 65% of police departments choose to carry Glock pistols as part of their standard police duty equipment, mainly because this particular brand of firearm is renown for its extreme reliability, accuracy, and minimal weight. There are over 25 different varieties of Glock pistols, including the 9mm, 10mm, .40 cal, .45 cal, .380, & .357. While many police department’s standard issue is a .40 caliber pistol, some law enforcement officials have several options when it comes to selecting their weapon of choice. Some of the more common pistols are the Glock 22, Smith & Wesson 45 CPs, Beretta 92, & the .357 Sigs. (Source)

Criminal’s Guns: “The weapons of choice for gangs today are 9MM semiautomatic handguns, followed by .40 caliber and .45 caliber semiautomatics, says Thomas Ahern, an ATF senior agent based in Chicago.”

A semi-automatic pistol harnesses the energy of one shot to reload the chamber for the next. After a round is fired, the spent casing is ejected and a new round from the magazine is loaded into the chamber, allowing another shot to be fired as soon as the trigger is pulled again. Most pistols use recoil operation to do this, but some pistols use blowback or gas operation.

ANALYSIS: Looks like gang-bangers have the upper hand on this one. Unlike the police, they can ambush in numbers at will. They have the added advantage of not wearing cameras, so they don’t try to mentally justify every shot before they squeeze the trigger.


A. Total number of police in America: 1.1 million.

B. An estimated 1.4 million people are active in more than 33,000 street, prison and outlaw motorcycle gangs across the country,according to the FBI.

Analysis: Do the math, law enforcement is grossly outnumbered, especially  in high crime areas.

Militarization assumes a military authority is in charge. Clearly, all police forces are governed by local civilian authorities. To see all of the “weapons” the police bring with them in their battle against crime click here.

You will note that they are a far cry from militarization. The only hope we have of drawing the line is supporting those that are defending our side of it. More Americans need to express their disgust at those who seek their own criminal agenda, in the political arena, and use our local police officers as their pawns.

This includes the Globalist Republicans, like Mitt Romney, Jon Huntsman, the Bush family and Globalist Democrats like the Clintons.

The political goal is simple, replace local police with police under Federal control.   This, along with our massive surveillance society, will enable the government to root out and destroy those political dissenters that oppose the Globalist takeover and destruction of our Bill of Rights.

Its been done before.

“Owing to its relatively small size—approximately 32,000 personnel at the end of 1944—the Gestapo relied extensively on the use of denunciations from among the local German populace in order to conduct its investigations. The Gestapo also cooperated extensively with the Ordnungspolizei for operations inside Germany and in the occupied territories.

The Gestapo operated without civil restraints. It had the authority of “preventative arrest,” and its actions were not subject to judicial appeal. Thousands of leftists, intellectuals, Jews, trade unionists, political clergy, and homosexuals simply disappeared into concentration camps after being arrested by the Gestapo. The political section could order prisoners to be murdered, tortured, or released. Together with the SS, the Gestapo managed the treatment of “inferior races,” such as Jews and Roma (Gypsies). During World War II the Gestapo suppressed partisan activities in the occupied territories and carried out reprisals against civilians. Gestapo members were included in the Einsatzgruppen (“deployment groups”), which were mobile death squads that followed the German regular army into Poland and Russia to kill Jews and other “undesirables.” Bureau IV B4 of the Gestapo, under Adolf Eichmann, organized the deportation of millions of Jews from other occupied countries to the extermination camps in Poland.