The Power Of Opinion In A Police State

By Rosanne Lindsay

Opinions are like noses; everyone has one – as it should be in a free society. Yet those who manipulate opinions control the narrative (facts), and the outcome. Those who control the outcome hold the power. One day you’re riding with the wind in your hair, the next day you’re made to wear a helmet or pay a fine. One day children have a right to an education, the next day children must be fully vaccinated in order to attend school. One-opinion rule is a police state. Who is really in control?

Control is based on the “Golden Rule.” Those who have the gold? Rule. They are a group of private bankers of the Federal Reserve, America’s central bank, who took control of the world’s money supply in 1913 through the Federal Reserve Act.

Since 1913, brave men have tried and failed to replace the stronghold of the debt-based, interest-driven Federal Reserve System (The Fed) with a debt-free, interest-free paper money system – the Greenback – printed and controlled by the U.S. government. Presidents Lincoln, McKinley, and Kennedy tried to end the Fed and had their lives ended instead.

The only threat to the power of the Fed is a sovereign government. This was disclosed in an editorial in the London Times in 1865 after Lincoln won the Civil War and succeeded in restoring his government’s power to issue the national currency.

Lincoln was killed in 1865. Killing the messenger of freedom is standard policy. Only those law professors, judges, politicians, and presidents who stick to the message will get the job. Others need not apply. The mainstream media is State-controlled and financed. The State controls the resources and sets the framework in which everyone else operates. They don’t require customers since they have a monopoly. If it’s not in the mainstream it never happened.

The Vaccine Narrative

All law is based on opinion.  Mandates are the epitome of one-opinion rule. Vaccine mandates are the perfect vehicle to engineer consent from the masses in a transition from Human Rights to States’ Rights, from a free society to a police state. In other words, get vaccinated or get a court order and a visit from Child Protective Services.

Today, states are under pressure to remove philosophical exemptions to vaccination – the ability to have your own opinion. Your ability to have an opinion is tied to your state accepting federal block grants (45 CFR 98). States’ Rights over Individual Rights.  Follow the money to the Fed.

The Fed is the head of an octopus whose tentacles reach into education, science, and all branches of society. First vaccines then what?

The Tentacle of Education

The vaccine narrative has a friend in Professor Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean of the University of California, Irvine School of Law and adviser to California vaccine mandate, SB 277.  In February 2015, before SB277 became law, Prof. Chemerinsky set the stage for police power to enforce mandates in his Op-Ed article in the Orange County Register:

“As a matter of constitutional law, parents have no right to not vaccinate their children.” “And state law allows for police power to enforce obligatory vaccine laws.”

In 2016, his essay Compulsory Vaccination Laws Are Constitutional he opined:

“individual rights may need to yield to the state’s police power in order to preserve the public health or safety.”

Prof. Chemerinsky cherry picks the 1905 Supreme Court opinion Jacobson v. Massachusetts as the bedrock of today’s vaccine laws. The opinion in 1905 required all citizens in Cambridge, Massachusetts to take a smallpox vaccine or pay a $5 fine. The Court “ruled” that it was within a state’s police powers to compel vaccinations in the context of an infectious disease epidemic.

Prof. Chemerinsky omits the opinion’s finer points that a state legislature could only impose a vaccine mandate under certain conditions, only as long as:

1)  it was necessary, 2) applied to all equally, 3) avoided undue harm, 4) there must be “an emergency,”’ “imminent harm,” a disease that “imperil[s] an entire population” and 5) medical exemptions from mandates are provided in all 50 states. The ruling did not create religious or philosophical exemptions.

The Tentacle of Science

The vaccine narrative benefits from the fact that all major scientific papers are controlled by the same six corporations (ACS, Reed Elsevier, Sage, Taylor & Francis, Springer, Wiley-Blackwell).

In this strategy, the State appoints an “independent” Task Force to carry out “evidence-based reviews” of the literature to identify interventions for vaccine-preventable diseases, including mandatory vaccination requirements, and make its recommendations:

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“The Task Force found that sufficient evidence existed to demonstrate the effectiveness of these requirements (vaccine mandates) in increasing vaccine coverage, thereby reducing disease incidence, and so recommended their use.”

“The police power is the authority reserved to the states by the Constitution and embraces “such reasonable regulations established directly by legislative enactment as will protect the public health and the public safety” (197 U.S. at 25, 25 S.Ct. at 361).

Become the Octopus

It is waste of time to cut off tentacles one by one when the octopus only regenerates more tentacles. Arguing the science will not change the narrative since those who control the narrative control the outcome. Instead, see solutions in each challenge. Know the opposition. Become the invertebrate octopus, a symbol of agility, grace and flexibility, able to move out of a tight spot! To detach a limb at will is to release excess baggage in life to achieve our desires. The octopus is primarily a bottom dweller, analogous to being grounded while still having the ability to move freely.

Taking control of the narrative is one way to become the octopus:

  • Repeal current vaccination laws through ballot initiatives (the voice of the individual).
  • Nullify unjust laws.
  • Demand states stop enforcing unjust laws. The power of the people is enumerated in the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
  • Take back the narrative. Assert Rights in the affirmative. Let the opposition take a defensive posture.
  • Stand up, resist, withdraw consent and refuse to comply.

Rosanne Lindsay is a board certified Naturopathic doctor, Tribal healer under the Turtle Island Provider Network. She is a Health Freedom advocate, writer, and author of the book The Nature of Healing, Heal the Body, Heal the Planet. Find her on Facebook at Rosanne Lindsay and Natureofhealing and consult with her (long-distance consults available) at

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37 Comments on "The Power Of Opinion In A Police State"

  1. “….Lincoln was killed in 1865. Killing the messenger of freedom….”

    A “messenger of freedom” who practically ended the right to political self-determination in America ?????

    Why do you think the State has erected a temple to worship Lincoln ?
    The rulers control the SYSTEM and the system is nothing but FORCE. If you don’t like what they do they come put you in a cage or KILL you. You must comply with whatever they say.
    So what happens when there is no solution within the system because the very STRUCTURE of the system prevents any solution to your problem? Let’s look at an example. Say that 10 states decide that they no longer want to participate in the high taxes, or the constant war all over the world, or the surveillance of its own citizens, or the never ending debt accumulation or use of fiat currency or maybe the people in the state don’t like the immigration surge into their state or the fact that the supreme court gets to set the the law or on and on. 10 states simply can’t carry the day on any issue. No amount of peacefully working within the system can EVER change that for them.
    There is no solution for these people within the system because of the very STRUCTURE of the SYSTEM. So what is left? Well at that point there are two choices, stay in the system that doesn’t work or LEAVE. That’s it.

    And Lincoln, the GREAT “messenger of freedom” KILLED TE ONLY OPTION !

    • Robert Ferguson | March 7, 2017 at 5:32 am | Reply

      I have discussions with people about Lincoln and when I say he did not free the slaves he enslaved us all.They look at me like I have three heads

      • That is the power of brainwashing kids receive in schools.
        And as adults they are too weak to break the programming.

        “A man’s mind may be likened to a garden, which may be intelligently cultivated or allowed to run wild; but whether cultivated or neglected, it must, and will, bring forth. If no useful seeds are put into it, then an abundance of useless weed seeds will fall therein, and will continue to produce their kind.” – James Allen in As A Man Thinketh

      • It would help just to have one good head. Explain how Lincoln didn’t free the slaves. I see Croco below espouses platitudes but also says very little. Convince me.

        • Robert Ferguson | March 8, 2017 at 12:25 pm | Reply

          why dont you try to convince me you are not a slave

          • You said Lincoln did not free the slaves. I am talking about it in the context of the matter, which I suggest is appropriate — namely, the Civil War. Lincoln died shortly after the cessation of the Civil War so it is impossible to speculate beyond that point. The emancipation proclamation speaks for itself. That contextual issue = racial slavery. Moreover, it was Lincoln, not Jefferson Davis, who said at Gettysburg … “four-score and seven years” which equates to the Declaration of Independence on July 4th 1776– not the Constitution of 1787, which Lincoln said slavery was implied but not expressed. So yeah, Lincoln did “free the slaves” and a “New Birth of Freedom” means codifying the Declaration of Independence into law. Now, you want to look at the “post-Lincoln” era and you have a good point. But taking the two out of context is IMO dishonest. It is the kind of rhetoric I see from DiLorenzo and Stephan Molyneaux whose mission is to dupe the herd to accept (British) oligarchy under “free market” and “state’s rights” cover while demonizing Lincoln as “racist”. Racist? Compared to whom? It was common even among the Abolitionists that blacks were not equal to Europeans. But, regardless, their Rights were equal. This point is often missed in the fog of repetitive PSYOPS and revisionist historical discourse. Yes, today we are slaves. But not for lack of anything Lincoln did. He ousted the City of London bankers with the “Greenback”. What else would you like to complain about in re: Lincoln?

          • Robert Ferguson | March 8, 2017 at 1:25 pm |

            I am only trying to say that he made us equal Or slaves to the system. they killed him for what he tried to accomplish unsuccessfully

          • moseybear | March 8, 2017 at 1:45 pm |

            You know, the British used to brag that they eliminated racial slavery without a civil war. What they didn’t say was that they enslaved entire countries (British Empire, where the sun never sets?). Lincoln’s “new birth of freedom” was nothing short of the codification of the Declaration of Independence into Constitutional law. Where else does the power to emancipate come? The Constitution of 1787 was commonly known as the “slave-holder’s” constitution. Lincoln, both as attorney and as POTUS, took an oath to uphold that “slave-holder’s constitution”, which is why the antebellum South never was denied at any time their Constitutional Rights. Not a one. They falsely claimed that revolution and secession were synonymous. Not so. Secession is not mentioned in any legal document but revolution is clearly laid out in the Declaration. So, while the British did purchase “slave cotton” without batting an eye, their form of slavery was economic — not racially based. The City of London and both the British and Dutch East India Companies imposed economic slavery on all of their colonies, including the U.S. (Boston Tea Party?). Today, that form of slavery is legal but only because the economic base refuses to accept the Declaration of Independence as law. Without it, you have no Rights. Only privileges disguised as Rights. Agreed?

          • Robert Ferguson | March 8, 2017 at 2:10 pm |

            I have rights because I exist not because they are written on a piece of paper

          • moseybear | March 8, 2017 at 2:44 pm |

            Yes indeed! Simple, yet so profound. Pity so many do not understand this. The documents exists only to memorialize and identify those Rights. And… remind us all that they natural rights, unalienable and no mortal can ever take them from us. Ever. Help spread the word. We need more like you.

          • Rosanne Lindsay | March 10, 2017 at 8:37 am |

            Lincoln ended racial slavery. He didn’t write the slave-holder’s Constitution, other’s did. Racial slavery was implicit in the constitutions of both north and south. The Constitution contains the word Property. Property = People = Slavery. Even though Lincoln ended racial slavery, People = Property still continues under the Constitution. Only the Declaration does not contain the word Property.

    • Why do you think has the State erected a temple to worship Lincoln ? Go watch (again) the film “Planet of the Apes”. Monuments exists to give the appearance of “hope” — the speculative prospective “hope” whose foundation is retrospective. Apparently, your knowledge of the Civil War is IMO heavily bias on the side of the (British) Confederacy — oligarchy. Not surprising considering how many resources have been employed lately by the Libertarians (British) through their revisionist historical bullying. Go look up Rothbard (Mises PSYOPS agent). Wikipedia even uses the words “revisionist historian”. The British had outlawed racial slavery but expanded it through economic slavery and oligarchy. While they backed the Confederacy, it was only to re-conquer what they lost in re: Declaration of Independence. Once the antebellum South was conquered, the Northern oligarchs quickly disposed of Lincoln having no further need of a racial proxy state. Gone was the Lincoln “Greenbacks” — a financial end of slavery also quickly disposed of. Slavery never ended, it was expanded. It is only illegal to be a slave based on racial parameters, not financial ones (see, Citizen’s United vs. FEC, et.seq.). The list of legal precedent is long. Duping the bewildered herd into (re-)accepting slavery is now the Libertarian’s PSYOPS, under “1776” cover. Well, in 1776, racial slavery was legal. Not until 1865 was it ended. But if you try to discuss slavery with Libertarians, they control the narrative or better, re-direct the narrative to “tariffs” and “state’s rights”. The British hated revolution because they were a colonial power. So they did the next best thing: make the Right of revolution synonymous with secession. That is PSYOPS. Whether or not you accept this will influence your future. Don’t be a dupe. Look the classic Youtube video between (Libertarian) Tom DiLorenzo and Harry Jaffa Ph.D. on Lincoln. Worth an hour of your time.

  2. I’m getting pretty tired of these arm-chair patriots telling us what we need to do. These kids are way behind. We elders have been standing, doing, calling out and getting arrested for peacefully exercising our most precious freedoms. We have learned that the corrupt/evil people in positions of power are completely protected by a system that has been gamed in their favor for many decades. This is why every revolution in our entire history has ultimately become violent–it is the only thing tyrants ever hear. I am a peaceful person by nature wanting nothing more to live quietly tending my garden. When that very action leads to imprisonment you know we have crossed the line. Peace is no longer an option, that’s just history.

    • Let those who wish to voluntarily dispose of their Rights, dispose of them. But they have no standing to dispose of my Rights. The only Rights you ever have, are the Rights you assert. Assert them. All of them. 24-7, 365.

      • I have frequently stated to judges that I have no moral right to give up rights because each time i do it diminishes those rights for others.

        • I am not sure exactly what you mean here. The only Rights one has, are those one asserts. I would never trust a judge to be presumptive in upholding my individual Rights, since the magistrate is employed by those who have an interest in removing them. In my own experience, when my Rights were not being upheld by the trial court, I went to higher authorities seeking relief — albeit a gamble and often higher courts simply rubber-stamp or affirm lower ones. Not always, but especially when nobody is looking. Over time, those trial courts got “wise” and always scheduled my cases last — when the courtrooms were empty of witnesses. One particular case of mine was never assigned even a case number if you can believe that. True. Despite having the legal authorities published, that court was clueless (or so they claimed) on the proper procedure and kept my entire file in a box with my name on it atop the case files in the clerk’s office. Naturally I filed a formal complaint with the state judicial counsel but to no avail. Regardless, I never looked to trial or appellate courts for real relief. I lost an appeal I litigated where the respondent didn’t even file a reply brief nor did they even show up for oral arguments. That begs the question, why would I waste my time in a hopeless exercise to begin with? That answer is simple. I chose to fight my battles in a civil fashion employing both the law and the evidence. Those arguments are a matter of record, and, at any future time if asked to explain my behavior, I can, with a clear conscience say I practiced what I preached. If not, how could I ever counsel others to seek civil remedies? One joins the military once they no longer seeks a peaceful method of resolution. That’s how wars begins. And sometimes that is the only remedy left. But it won’t be for lack of trying it the civil way.

          • I would appreciate some more info on the civil remedies you use. As you say the courts just ignore us so where to from there?

    • Rosanne Lindsay | March 8, 2017 at 3:24 pm | Reply

      Elders and youth must all work together. Broaden the base. Forget special interests. We need to preserve our natural and inherent Rights if we are to enjoy any rights at all. Come together as Individuals in Community for the Power we are. Call it whatever you like. But to do that we must remember we are first individuals. You are a spiritual being temporarily incarnating in a physical body. Those in control would like you to forget that.

  3. What will American Christians do when real persecution comes to America?

    • When? Isn’t it already here? Postmodernism is an attack on all religions except one: Satanism. Now, the Right to practice one’s religion is one thing ..and it is not without limits, such as when a religious practice infringes on the Rights of others. But I think this article clearly shows that “police power” is being misused to enforce religious dogma (postmodernism) and slavery. When is enough, enough?

    • Rosanne Lindsay | March 8, 2017 at 3:26 pm | Reply

      Everyone who is awake needs to speak to someone else. Spread the word one at a time. It can catch fire. The value is in us as individuals. Not the group. Inherent Rights over State-granted Rights which are privileges that can be taken away.

  4. There is only one Sovereign – GOD and only one form of government APPROVED – those aligned with HIM.

    • Yes. Western postmodernist societies are satanic. So, they are religious, just the anti-thesis to a morally-based society whose Rights are not predicated on postmodernist, self-appointed mortal “gods”. No wonder the postmodernist West hates Putin and Russia. Putin references God (capital “G”) and morality while the West does its best to destroy both.

  5. We need to end slavery, including but not limited to the private central banking system. A “New Birth of Freedom” was spoken once before. I think it is time once again to renew that pledge.

  6. Rosanne Lindsay | March 8, 2017 at 3:21 pm | Reply

    Thanks for your kind words and your accurate assessment. We all need to claim our Rights by using our voices and boycotting the industries that serve the beast. Let the system fall like the House of Cards that it is. Create a new system that makes the old one obsolete. Buckminster Fuller believed it and he was ahead of his time. The time is now.

  7. Indeed! From a man who has been through the wringer.

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