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How Tyranny Arises

Law & Order Conservatives continue to shill for police as goon thugs continue to
violate constitutional protections and abuse the public:

http://www.reviewjournal.com/news/crime-courts/henderson-family-sues-police-breaking-their-homes

http://www.campaignforliberty.org/national-blog/think-third-amendment-irrelevant/

Gullible Americans have been trained to be fearful of crime, blacks, Muslims, terrorists, “domestic extremists,” and now Russia. These fears result in the public accepting illegal, unconstitutional, and immoral actions by police and government. With the passage of time the wrongful police and government behavior become institutionalized as the young are born into the system and know no different and the old who remember accountable government and liberty pass away. This is how liberty and freedom die, citizens become serfs, and the rise of tyranny is accomplished.

The transformation of the US into a tyranny is far advanced. It is a revolution that owes its success to the gullibility, ignorance and unconcern of the majority of the American people and to a corrupt and cowardly national media that betrays liberty and fosters tyranny.

As a voice against this Revolution of Tyranny, I am under constant attack. This website has grown dramatically in US and international readership. Its continuation depends on your support.


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• Category: Foreign Policy • Tags: Civil Liberties, Police State 
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  1. Matra says:

    Is PCR trying to go for the Alex Jones market?

    I’m no Alex Jones fan but there is no need to insult him gratuitously by putting him in the same category as PC Roberts. As bad as Jones is I doubt he’s ever shilled for whitey-hating black thugs. I’ll bet PCR lives in a safe lily white neighbourhood.

  2. fnn says:

    The true nature of tyranny in the USA:

    http://www.counter-currents.com/2014/08/lets-talk-about-missouri/#more-49124

    The witch hunt in Missouri is not fundamentally populist, bottom-up, or black—it is elitist, top-down, media-driven, and anti-white. Every white cop in the world should realize he could end up at the end of a rope as suddenly as Darren Wilson any time he has a confrontation with non-whites.

    Schools, police, and the military no longer “preserve” civilization, much less “white society” (which is dead). They conserve radical elites and the process of revolution itself. The most peaceful, best maintained and policed places in anti-white societies are university campuses, government buildings, multinational corporations, television, motion picture and Internet giants, Jewish communities and organizations, and the neighborhoods where members of the ruling class live.

    No Left-wing state has dismantled, or ever will dismantle, the police and military. Such regimes are police states. If periodic paroxysms of terrorism instill fear into the rank and file, or feed the raging hatred of the elites, so much the better. Morale and efficiency will not suffer. Indeed, opportunities for career advancement open up.

  3. “As a voice against this Revolution of Tyranny, I am under constant attack.”

    And here I thought it was because of all the idiotic crap you print…

  4. Jason says:

    @Matra

    I’m no Alex Jones fan but there is no need to insult him gratuitously by putting him in the same category as PC Roberts. As bad as Jones is I doubt he’s ever shilled for whitey-hating black thugs. I’ll bet PCR lives in a safe lily white neighbourhood.

    Point taken. I’ve never heard Alex Jones be straight up anti-White the way PCR has become.

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