August 28, 2017
Well… This could be cool too.
I’m kind of torn on this.
On one hand, the police are probably more pro-Trump than any other group of professionals in the country. Arming them with military equipment could really put some pressure on Trump’s enemies, in the sense that it could be perceived as a threat that he’s willing to declare martial law.
On the other hand, the police are presently totally under the control of these kiked local politicians, and have traditionally been willing servants of the evil anti-White system.
But, muh cyberpunk future!
Someone’s going to have to deal with the cybernetic crime syndicates and the distribution of this “neo-synthol” drug, after all.
President Donald Trump plans to resume the transfer of surplus weapons, vehicles and other equipment from the nation’s military to its state and local law enforcement agencies, reviving a program that was sharply curtailed by President Barack Obama two years ago. The program launched in 1990 but was greatly limited after public reaction to images of heavily militarized police in the streets of Ferguson, Mo., and other sites of civil unrest.
This right there is immediately making me a lot warmer to the idea of a militarized police. If they’re mainly used to crack down on minorities rioting and looting in times of emergencies, then it’s money well spent.
Concept art for riot control bots, taken from research program “Future Cop: LAPD.”
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the move Monday morning at the Fraternal Order of Police convention in Nashville, and said the president would do so by executive order. The police union had lobbied for the restoration of the program, and Trump said he would do so during his campaign.
Well, another promise to be fulfilled, I guess.
The restrictions on distributing military surplus to police “went too far,” Sessions told the FOP on Monday. “We will not put superficial concerns above public safety…The executive order the president will sign today will ensure that you can get the lifesaving gear that you need to do your job and send a strong message that we will not allow criminal activity, violence, and lawlessness to become the new normal. And we will save taxpayer money in the meantime.”
We’re going to need some serious firepower to curb the lawlessness brought about by diversity. Something like the above would be a solid first step.
Sessions concluded by telling the police convention, “We have your back and you have our thanks.”
In any case, it’s good that the Trump administration is insuring it has a good relationship with the police forces. That would be crucial if martial law was declared and traitors nation-wide had to be arrested for their crimes.