Police Desensitivity Training : Success

Last week a police officer went on a rampage in Los Angeles, promising to kill dozens of children. This week we found out that police officers around the country are being “desensitized” to kill children.

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Is Your Local Police Department Using Pictures of Pregnant Women and Children for Target Practice? – Hit & Run : Reason.com

Apparently the training was successful, as it has been many times in the past.

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Obama is working overtime to take away Americans guns, while ramping up a massive arsenal for his own desensitized para-military.

Meanwhile, the Secretary of State says that CO2 is the biggest threat to America.


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11 Responses to Police Desensitivity Training : Success

  1. gator69 says:

    If you are an ambassador or taxpayer, you may think that the Secretary of State is your biggest threat.

  2. The policeman using photos of his own kids is very disturbing, very,very disturbing. There is value in the training–there are assumptions in law enforcement and life that can get you killed. I just can not see photos of your own kids as a training tool.

    I suppose we should be happy they haven’t brought out the “climate denier” and “conservative republican” targets yet. Give ’em time.

  3. The use of children as targets in police training is not acceptable–children in this country do not pose a threat to law enforcement. They were not the targets to which I was referring. Sorry that was not clear.

    (In the case of the military, that’s different.)

  4. phodges says:

    Yes and don’t forget Lon Noriuchi.

    There are already plenty of cold hearted murderers already in the employ of the state.

    • Robertv says:

      All these people have a test. Who makes the selection? So the government is selecting cold hearted murderers to serve and protect.Sounds more like the mafia don’t you think.

  5. Robertv says:

    If Adolf Hitler because of money problems would have had less SS troopers and less Gestapo don’t you think that just maybe Germany would not have had the same problems?

    Travelers soon could be forced to arrive at the airport many hours before their flight to deal with an expected logjam at TSA checkpoints brought on by automatic budget cuts set to go into effect March 1 — if Congress and President Obama cannot reach a deficit-reduction deal.

    According to recent warnings, the D.C.-imposed travel nightmare could include longer waits at security checkpoints, customs and even on the tarmac if the across-the-board budget cuts hit.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/02/21/budget-impasse-could-mean-travel-nightmare-for-fliers/#ixzz2LYbsw0c0

    TSA is one of the reasons I would not visit the US and would be the reason not to fly if I would live there. But maybe you like it that they treat you like cattle. Land of the free.

  6. Interesting question Robert: If cuts of $85 billion will decimate head start (700,000 children), air traffic, TSA, teachers, government employees, medicaid, loan guarantees, cut off money for mentally ill person’s medications, cut 700,000 or 800,000 jobs, etc (actually only half the $85 billion cuts these, defense takes the rest of the cuts) we have been LIED to about the budget. Where is the rest of the 3.7 trillion dollars the government spent last year? Why are we spending so much money when all of these services are covered by a mere $44 or $50 million dollars?????

  7. Blade says:

    When we finally get around to a Constitutional Convention ( can we agree now that its less risky than doing nothing? ), there will need to be many new government restraints because bureaucrats cannot be trusted. As Adams said …

    Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

    We have to face the fact that the Constitution is completely ineffectual against forces that do not respect it. A Constitutional Convention has long been dread by even our greatest allies like Rush and Levin, but they were obviously wrong and both now sound like they are slowly waking up to this fact. Any arguments to the contrary now are at best Polyanna-ish, and at worse suicidal.

    One Amendment will need to address firearm ownership and completely neutralize the government advantage over the citizenry. There will be many sections to it, a few that come to mind follow.

    One “incorporated” clause must completely disarm the states and federal government of lethal weapons, with the obvious exception of active duty “Armed” forces. We should limit them to non-lethal weapons with no exceptions, ever. It will specifically name the FBI and BATF and other agencies including the Secret Service ( I mean why would we want them to kill anyone anyway? It deprives us of the ability to interrogate the perps and leads to more questions and conspiracy theories!. To my knowledge they never have used their weapons anyway, and their most important assets are body armor and the goal of getting between a bullet and whoever they are protecting. They do not need lethal weapons. )

    If the feds ever need an armed escort during their duties they should be required to call upon local cops in that particular jurisdiction who at least have some semblance of accountability through local elections. In the spirit of the 104th Congress, the feds must be forced to abide by the same laws that the citizens are forced to obey, including being disarmed in gun-free zones like DC, Chicago, NYC, etc. In software we call this “dogfooding” and it should be a top priority in the recalibration of the government-citizenry relationship.

    Another clause will ban confiscation and destruction of firearms, they must be re-distributed to the militia/citizenry instead. We’ll also have to remove the federal immunity for officeholders and non-elected officials that allows them to escape accountability for the actions under the color of “offical duties”. We need to get back to an even playing field and it will require drastic measures. I suspect we’ll need at least 10 more Amendments, this being but part of one.

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