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How many bad policemen does it take to say that we are living in a police state? Of all the abuses of power by the newly federalized police across America, there is one law enforcement agency that is moving to the head of the class with regard to invoking police state tactics against innocent American citizens, and that agency would be the United States Park Police. However, the United States Park Police is a misnomer because the title of this agency should be The United Nations Park Police. The unconstitutional and brutal practices of this Gestapo organization provides Americans with a glimpse of what it will be like to live under the New World Order and its Agenda 21 policies.
This article will first provide examples of how the US Park Police consistently operates outside of the US Constitution through repeated acts of brutality toward American citizens in complete violation of their individual civil liberties. Finally, this article will address the topic for the “legal” justification being used in order to justify these acts of brutality under the color of international law.
The following paragraphs will detail an out of control criminal police organization. However, this is not just a story about police brutality. This is a story about what it will be like to live under United Nations control. The connection between these two variables will soon be apparent.
Watching these “law enforcement” personnel from this rogue agency is reminiscent of some of the more heinous and infamous police state tactics from the past ranging from the KGB to the Gestapo.
When American citizen ventures into a national park, beware, the United States Constitution is null and void in our national parks. The following are examples of what you could be in for when you leave the United States and enter the parks controlled by the United Nations.
Park Police Brutally Arrest Peaceful Woman at Liberty Bell
The victim of the following unspeakable abuse of power is Emily Yates. Yates was attending a protest rally when she was arrested for literally sitting on the wrong bench.
Apparently, the wrong bench that Emily Yates sat on was the “cops” bench and not the people’s bench. Viewer discretion is advised as there is some adult language and the violence perpetrated by these thugs with badges is difficult for any civilized person to watch.
One can only hope that eyewitnesses at the scene wrote down the names of the offending officers and then sent the videos of this event to their respective wives and mothers in order to demonstrate how these thugs treat women who have done nothing wrong.
This is a shining example of the fact that the Brown Shirt thugs are not just coming to America, they are already here and they are policing our parks. And these are parks that we still pay taxes to support.
The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions that I wish it to be always kept alive. It will often be exercised when wrong, but better so than not to be exercised at all. — Thomas Jefferson
Who will ever forget the following abuse of power by the U.S. Park Service when people were arrested at the Jefferson Memorial for dancing and kissing in public.
What we see in this video is a cop who tells people that they cannot dance or kiss in public. However, when the people ask him what law they are breaking, this intellectual scholar with a badge refuses to tell them and merely responds with “We will arrest you.”
Again, someone should send this video to these cops’ children in order to show them what kind of America their fathers are creating with their repeated expressions of unconstitutional brutality.
The Crime of Hiking
If you are keeping score, it is illegal to sit on the “wrong” bench, to dance on national park ground and you will get arrested for kissing in park grounds as well. Now, we can add hiking to the list of offenses which will draw the ire of the Brown Shirts of the US Park Police.
Below is a video of US Park Police randomly stopping hikers and searching them. No probable cause and no reasonable suspicion; these hikers were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time and apparently the US Park Police are beyond the law. Newsflash to all American citizens, when you are detained by these thugs, invoke the Constitution and see how they respond. Repeatedly ask them, “Am I free to go?” Do not consent to a search of your person or your vehicle without a warrant. Do not make it easy for these thugs to enact their reign of terror upon innocent citizens.
The “National” Parks Are No Longer Part of the United States
All of the above behaviors by the Park Police are technically legal because the United States no longer owns the national parks, and the aforementioned police force acts with impunity outside of the law.
When an American citizen sets foot on a national park, they cease to be an American citizen complete with all the rights and privileges of being an American citizen.
The United Nations, following their Agenda 21 plans, own our national parks and they have converted these parks to Biosphere Reserves and World Heritage Sites which are under the control of the United Nations. International law governs these areas and, therefore, their police force is outside the control of our Constitution and our courts.
- Big Bend National Park, Tx. (801,163 acres)
- Big Thicket National Preserve, TX (85,750 acres)
- Congaree Swamp National Monument (SC (22,200 acres)
- Death Valley National Monument, CA (2,067,628)
- Denali National Park and Preserve, AK (6,500,000 acres)
- Everglades National Park and
- Fort Jefferson National Monument, Fl. (1, 571,199 acres)
- Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserver, AK (7,523,888 acres)
- Glacier National Park, Mt (1,013,572 acres)
- Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, AK (3,283,168 acres)
- Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN/NC (520,269)
- Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, HI (229,177 acres)
- Isle Royale National Park, MI (571,790 acres)
- Joshua Tree National Monument, CA (559,954 acres)
- Kings Canyon National Park, CA (461,901 acres)
- Mammoth Cave National Park, KY (52,708 acres)
- Noatak National Preserve, AK (6,574,481 acres)
- Olympic National Park, WA (922,651 acres)
- Organ Pipe National Monument, AZ (330,689 acres)
- Redwood National Park, CA (110,232 acres)
- Rocky Mountain National Park (265,727 acres)
- Sequoia National Park, CA (402,482 acres)
- Virgin Islands National Park, VI (14,689 acres)
- Yellowstone National Park, WY (2,219,791 acres)
World Heritage Sites
- Carlsbad Caverns National Park, NM (46,766 acres)
- Grand Canyon National Park, AZ (1,217,158 acres)
- Mesa Verde National Park, CO (52,122 acres)
- Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve and Preserve, AK (13,188,325 acres)
- Yosemite National Park, CA. (761,236 acres)
This is only the beginning of getting Americans out of rural areas and into the stack-and-pack cities of the future under UN Agenda 21 policies.
This is only the tip of the iceberg, and we owe a debt of gratitude to the Park Police for the demonstration of what the New World Order has in store for average Americans. Remember, the US Park Police is really the UN Park Police of the Agenda 21 Division.
These plans will continue unabated until we wake up a sufficient number of Americans which would ultimately constitute a force strong enough to stand up to this tyranny. However, I fear that in a couple of years we will still be saying we need enough Americans to wake up to make make a difference. But by then, it will be too late. Game over.
Dave is an award winning psychology, statistics and research professor, a college basketball coach, a mental health counselor, a political activist and writer who has published dozens of editorials and articles in several publications such as Freedoms Phoenix, News With Views and The Arizona Republic.
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