A conversation with myself about police officers.
*What is it that makes them seem so unapproachable?
*Well, that’s obvious, but if you were in need of assistance, that identification would help a lot.
*Right, so a combination of the uniform, a kind of contradictory mix of, thinking I’ve already done something wrong, or they just can’t wait for me to do so.
- Yes, that’s it, but at the same time, I get a nagging feeling that it’s not their fault, it’s as though they’re caught between being a compassionate human being just doing their job, and being some type of robotic enforcer.
This is where the conversation with myself ends because of the overwhelming ‘empathy’ that has crept in.
Empathy, for not being allowed to forget that they’re human beings, people that have chosen a profession to pursue for all kinds of personal reasons.
Because they are in an important position, a liaison between the public and the enforcement of laws/codes/statutes (faceless edicts) handed down from others in different places for reasons of revenue derivation, they’re caught in an unfortunate position.
I wouldn’t want to be enforcing frivolous, revenue producing, codes/statutes sandwiched between what seem like fundamental, sensible laws. But that’s only a fraction of the detail here and I don’t have all the facts to do this piece justice. I’m not a cop. I did think about it as a viable career choice at one point in time, but ultimately decided to go into business for myself, for some of the reasons stated above.
I have questions for cops though, more importantly, for the people that made that career choice. I remember cops, police officers, in my neighborhood outside Philadelphia, they were friendly, occasionally they’d give us rides home from the bus stop if it were raining. They talked to us about things we were interested in, they seemed to know what was going on in the heads of little boys and probably stopped us from doing stupid things, by having those conversations.
As I became older (not so much wiser) I noticed great ripples of change taking place in society. I moved up and down the East Coast and all that time through the years, I kept an eye on the changes taking place within the realm of ‘law enforcement’. When I was a kid, I wondered about the reasons behind all the ‘cop’ shows on TV, as I became older I wondered if there was some type of motivation behind the production of so many of these police/detective series. They seemed to be a combination of recruitment (that’s what nearly hooked me) and letting the public know they (the police) were your friends and protectors, up until a certain point.
That seemed to be a rather increasing grey area as time went by. There was an evolution taking place surrounding the police and law enforcement. Some may have looked at it as a devolution, but then that would depend on your perspective.
There seemed to be an increasing chasm of separation between the public and police and as time went by. I’ve come to understand this as a completely engineered occurrence.
I began to wonder where and why so many of these rules/regulations/codes/
statutes were endlessly handed down through town councils, mayor’s offices etc..., all of them under a corporate umbrella masquerading as governments.
So, we go back to this stream of revenue, always following the money, because the currency is surrounded by the laws and everything in between. All roads lead to someone (a group) somewhere that’s decided who pays and how much, and when you’re the guy(s) that are in charge of making up all those revenue gathering rules and regulations, it’s nice to be able to wrap them all up in paper called ‘law’, even if everything inside the box isn’t quite right, or ‘lawful’.
All this information is not to be left to the public to discern between being ‘right or wrong’, not even the enforcers (cops) need to know, they’re there to do a job, not ask questions. So again, I get hung up on the ‘empathy’ feeling, because what choice do they have? They’re part of a compartmentalized chain of command that’s sequestered the human element by carefully engineered design.
Which leads us back to the derivation of revenue and the engineering of this web. I’ll refer to it as a web because it’s comprised of extremely confusing components to purposely obfuscate the reasonable detection of their intended propose.
There, is that confusing enough? The fact of this entire matter is very simple, it’s all about the control of many, by very few.
No one is above the law, no one.
This is a question to police officers. No one person is above the law. Is this correct?
We all know this is subject to so many variables (one sided) that the statement is an oxymoron in and of itself. It should read: ‘We decide who is, or is not above the law.’ Which again brings us back to the flow of currency/revenue, derived from ‘the web’ and all it encompasses. Where exactly does the flow, the currency in that revenue/river go? I’m asking the members of all law enforcement. If I were you, I’d wonder about this with a lot of concern because if you can’t answer it with complete faith and understanding to yourself, then who can?
Do you assume the many politicians (most of them attorneys) have your best interests at heart? Would you expect them to be concerned with the best interests of the public? Have the ones manufacturing these components of ‘the web’ gotten us (engineered us) to a quality social status thus far?
Do you ever wonder who’s handling your pensions? Are you secure in knowing those pensions would never be raided in some kind of emergency cash grab? Do banks or bankers have access?
It would appear we’re in the same boat, although you seem to be in a tougher position from an employment stand point. We share the same issues with credit card debt, mortgage payments/car loans/student loans etc...Do you ever wonder about the social engineers? The ones that have constructed this seemingly impenetrable ‘web’. They’ve built an entire support system around it called, ‘justice’. This is kind of corny, but sometimes it sounds more like, ‘just us’.
Do you really think the lawyers and judges would come rushing to your aid if you found yourselves in financial dire straits? Do you think you’d be above the law?
If you can’t answer the question of where the revenue flows, remember, someone, somewhere, can, and it’s not there for you to know about. It’s by design.
You have these questions, I know you do because I do. Believe me, I have no motivation past wanting you to be able to answer these simple questions for yourselves. There is an entity, and I’m not trying to be cryptic here, but there’s no other way to put this. These people, this group at the pinnacle, does not concern themselves with you, your families, or your financial stability. You are their enforcement arm, their protection, their paid mercenary force, the tenders of their revenue stream.
Even if you’re working in a small town, or municipality, you can’t escape this fact, or their reach.
You have to ask yourselves if drug enforcement is actually working, or is it actually there to support the system of incarceration and its privatized prison complex/structure?
Why has the prison system been privatized? Who profits from it? Someone, somewhere does, and just like any private corporation, inventory must be maintained in order to see a return on investment. Empty cells do not generate a return.
Our government, and those around the world, are massive corporations run by another corporation, a private offshore banking cartel. There’s no doubt in my mind that most of those within the system would love to escape the scam they’ve found themselves in. This goes for lawyers, judges, sheriffs, police chiefs, mayors etc.. But like you, they’re caught inside ‘the web’. You’ve heard about this at some point in your lives and so I’ll not dwell on it. I’m simply interested in understanding your collective position on all of this. How do you feel about it and what will it mean to you and your families' futures?
If we all don’t answer these fundamental questions and make the decision to no longer acquiesce to a selfish, maniacal entity, then we’ve all agreed to whatever end we come to.
You all must realize though, in the end, we’re all on the same side.
My name’s, Graham Hayward and I disapprove of all the false messages/information we’re receiving.