Orc Nation: The State of the American Police State by Bill Buppert

Publisher’s Note: I hope everyone has had a joyful Christmas and I took solace in this one small portion of the year where most Christians actually give the lie to Gandhi’s keen observation on the same: “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.” Then of course they back to their usual habits the remainder of the year.

This has been an eventful year for me and I am finally home from the Hindu Kush to stay.

My novel, The Cancer Club: A Fourth Generation Warfare Thriller is going to the editor in January. It will be available on Kindle and I am contemplating whether I will actually publish an actual book not simply on electrons.

I excerpted two parts here:

When Push Comes to Shove: A Glimpse at the Near Future

American Insurgency: Another Glimpse at the Near Future

Again, I have completed all six parts of a series I was doing with ProfCJ at the Dangerous History Podcast on Irregular Warfare.  Indeed, we started with one part anticipated and ended with six and potentially more. I think you’ll find the conversation scintillating and provocative. Pretty proud of what CJ and I have produced.

I wrote the Foreword for my friend Jim Rawles’ latest book, Land of Promise, which is now available on Amazon. He is really stepping up his game.

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“McDonald threatened the officers, said Pat Camden, the FOP rep. The officers were in fear for their lives, this former spokesman for the Chicago Police Department asserted. Jason Van Dyke, the officer identified as the killer by the Chicago Tribune, “discharged his weapon, striking the offender.”

Such is the language of all police shootings—until an autopsy occurs, or an eyewitness comes forward, or video evidence contradicts an officer’s statement.

“The story has 24 hours and it’s basically told by the police union, and the police union’s role is to defend its members,” says Jamie Kalven, a Chicago journalist who runs the Invisible Institute, a police-accountability nonprofit.

In a July interview with The Daily Beast, Kalven stressed the importance of independent autopsies—especially in cases like McDonald’s.

“What you do have with the autopsy, though, is one wholly independent piece of evidence.”

McDonald’s autopsy is a brutal document to read. I breezed through it in a conference room at the Cook County President’s Office in May, along with the 18 other autopsies detailing the deaths of those who died at the hands of the Chicago Police Department last year. Going through them, making sure they were all there, it can be easy to forget that these were once lives and not simply stacks of paper bundled four inches high.”

The Cop Shooting So Horrific It Cost $5 Million to Hide

Laquan McDonald is just one of more than a thousand corpses in a morbid pile that is a testament to the bloodthirstiness of the political class and their willing executioners in the police departments that litter the landscape of America like an occupation force.

Here is the autopsy report if you can stomach the analysis.

Death by cop is at a high tide this year. It even takes a British newspaper instead of the American central government to track the numbers. The goons at the FBI have reluctantly taken the reigns on the Feds tracking the police predations. We all know the Federal government simply couldn’t afford to track such numbers with their police satraps. Remember the meme several years ago where the claim was made that more Americans die at the hands of badged thugs than terrorists to the tune of about 400 per annum? All the savvy observers knew these numbers were wrong.

The police are the pointy end of all politics planet-wide and it just so happens that some of the worst abuse on the globe occurs in the land of the free and the home of the brave. No political bad actor (aren’t they all) could deprive a single person of individual liberty and freedom absent these willing legions of statist janissaries with a mandated license to kill.

Occam’s Razor would help us determine why so few cops are held accountable for their mayhem and the answer is breathtakingly simple and elegant; if the state apparatus couldn’t use kidnapping, maiming and killing to enforce its political will, who would obey. Thus the license to kill granted the thin black and blue line. Make no mistake, they are simply muscle for the political class and nothing less and nothing more. The police are the feeder mechanism for a vast obedience maintenance system that benefits the state in myriad ways from the fear of the most mundane laws to bloating the government prison systems with parolees, probationers and actual inmates.

Let’s examine the number of cops that die year after year to demonstrate the interesting imbalance and how the police pad their own figures of line of duty deaths to exaggerate actual deaths on the job.

How many cops died during this same year, compared to 1124 mundane corpses stacked like cordwood in police engagements so far? 46 to include 7 by “vehicular assault.” 46 as opposed to 1124. (Thanks, Pete) The clever lads at the site consider K9s to be the equivalent of humans. I’m OK with that if the cops afforded the same courtesy to the thousands of dogs they murder every year. These are their own figures. Be very aware of the way figures are calculated on the site because three of the latest fatalities are the cop on cop corpse stacking in Puerto Rico recently.

Incidentally, gunfire deaths are down 20 percent this year for esteemed police officers but this is a banner year for cops murdering citizens. And not only with guns even that is the police state tool of choice. 48 have died this year from “less than lethal” tasers. 32 have been struck by police vehicles. 40 have died in police custody after being officially kidnapped by the authorities. Last but not least, these bloody agents of the political state have shot more than one thousand human beings.

I always have to repeat the caveat that these numbers are most likely under-, non- and mis-reported when it comes to “civilian” deaths at the hands of American law enforcement. What isn’t tracked is the number of people beaten and maimed by cops, daily aggregating into annual numbers. The veritable flood tide of Internet viral videos has revolutionized the optics and access to the overwhelming evidence that American policing has taken an even worse turn for non-accountable and savage behavior, incidentally provided legal and political cover by the rulers. I suspect that police have always been this savage; it’s simply that technology has provided a record-keeping mechanism for their mayhem now, much to their chagrin.

The other literal black hole in reporting is the vast gulag complex the US government and its satraps maintains across the land. With the highest per capita prison population on planet Earth, no one knows how many inmates die each year as a direct result of murder committed or encouraged by the esteemed “correctional” forces inside these walls. No one tracks the number of inmates maimed by guards or who spend months, if not years, in solitary confinement in a “prison within the prison”. The prison rape phenomenon, which gets a curiously homoerotic smile and a wink and a nod in most cop procedurals televised today, is simply a subtle homage to the sly assent to torture that permeates American policing.

From beatings to kicks to the head and groin, batons, tasers, pepper spray, dogs and eventual killing of their many victims, cops are legally authorized vendors of political mayhem on America’s streets.

These Orcs do as they are told, hence their fondness for the “orders” defense. Don’t think for a moment there is anything apolitical about the state of US copdom. These creatures are bought and paid for Praetorians that make political will actionable. These are the same people who insist that, along with a head nod from the entire corpus of American jurisprudence, that the Nuremberg defense is a powerful tool to shield them from being held accountable for their actions; they will have a US approved license to kill.

The term correctional is just as misleading as the media complex suppositions of the use of law enforcement on the streets outside the prison system, where the thin black and blue line is constantly patrolling looking for eligible candidates to be swept off the street into the maw of the justice system. Collared for a raft of laws that have nothing to do with justice, and everything to do with enforcing obedience and compliance to a massive government apparatus whose sole mission appears to be the destruction of individual liberty and freedom at every turn. This is in the best tradition of the slave patrols they originated from.

There are 19,000 police departments in America, nearly a million badged thugs and their janissaries, and all are de facto and de jure Federalized law enforcement preying on the population as if they are an occupation army, enforcing a raft of politically authored malum prohibitum laws that make individual volition a sad memory across the fruited plain.

The plain and simple truth is that the War on Drugs was a declaration of war on the entire population of the US, started with the Volstead Amendment and ratcheting forth to Nixon’s formal declaration of combat against illegal vegetation in 1972. The US government has used this as a convenient mechanism to render transparent every human transaction in the country, on the suspicion of everything from “illicit” use of cash to gutting of previously weak 4th and 5th Amendment protections in concert with national security excuses to make privacy a dead issue in American jurisprudence. You’ll notice this transparency does not have a converse analog in that the government reveals everything of its malodorous activities to anyone who challenges it.

I’ve pointed out how the rule of law is a farce; at best a comforting chimera, and at worst a powerful tool to allow the central government to commit any act of savagery or barbarity on whomever it wants. This is what governments do. Remember that “politician” is a polite colloquialism for violence brokers. These are the individuals allegedly responsible for the levers and controls of the state’s monopoly on initiated aggression they authorize themselves to commit on the aforementioned mass of humanity.

The police violence epidemic is simply a residual of the whole savage enterprise that is the central government in the US. Laboring under vast economic malpractice, endemic corruption, existential moral bankruptcy and a failed imperial project aboard, I can only wish for its death throes. But history is littered with the dust of collapsed empires that render great harm and mayhem to their civilian population in the process of dissolution.

Statist government serves one primal goal: to allow a host or nomenklatura to clear-cut and strip-mine a population of all its time and resources, using threats and initiated violence, manipulating its court jesters and sycophants in the government media-education complex to put a happy face to the barbaric venture.

While I think the artificial distinction between left and right is silly (it is simply coercionist versus individualist), I am amused at the gyrations both ends of the alleged spectrum will go to defending and rationalizing the feral and bloodthirsty practice that characterizes the state today. With rare exceptions, the right wing conservative fetishizes war and law and order, while his analog on the left knows that – absent the ball bat and club – no one would hand over the blood money to pay for the massive redistribution machine they champion. The Government Tea[t] Party is no exception. Both are obsequious client-creatures of big government, unwittingly or not.

The statist police are the means by which this vision is made real and palpable. So if you ever ask yourself, why are they permitted in most every case to get away with murder and mayhem, there is your answer. Absent the vicious enterprise of law enforcement, no politician could own man’s liberty. Not one.

The police are the standing army the Anti-Federalists warned us about.

Newton’s Third Law is ironclad and history proves that resistance is not always futile. No, the nature of the police state in America makes resistance fertile indeed.

Resist.

Bill Buppert
thirdgun@hotmail.com
22 Comments
  • Joephus
    Posted at 23:10h, 28 December Reply

    Our situation is obvious, but how do we throw off the bonds of the oppressor? The electoral process is merely an exercise in choosing the least noxious piece from the basket of rotting fruit. The courts are rigged, and law enforcement is state-sponsored extortion through the usual tools employed by such thugs. Chris Hedges opines that we will, in short order, be faced with the choice of resistance or truly abject servitude. There is no place left to hide. Peaceful demonstration will be met with violence from the state in all the ways you have described and more. Jefferson wrote that from time to time the tree of liberty must be watered with the blood of tyrants and patriots. I think the time is nigh. There will be blood.

    • Mark Matis
      Posted at 06:28h, 30 December Reply

      Your Betters stand behind the Blue Wall and laugh.

      Do you know where the Only Ones live in your AO? Have you made plans to deal with them appropriately under their very own Rules of Engagement? When they – and their families – have enjoyed the fruits of their labors under those very rules, the “bonds of the oppressor” will be thrown off. The spouses of the Brothers in Blue know full well what their beloved do, yet cheer them on anyway. The time approaches for them to enjoy what they have so truly earned.

      • Paul Bonneau
        Posted at 08:52h, 30 December Reply

        Ah, the advocate of the murder of noncombatants shows up again. Just the perfect thing to delegitimize resistance. I wonder why he pushes it so assiduously?

        • Paul Bonneau
          Posted at 08:57h, 30 December Reply

          Keep in mind that the wives of cops are perfectly capable of advocating a new line of work for their husbands, when the cops start taking hits. They have no need for the additional inducement, of cops’ wives (and no doubt, children) getting caught in the crossfire.

      • Bill
        Posted at 10:45h, 30 December Reply

        Mark,

        I could never endorse your idea of targeting non-combatants and innocents.

        Bill

        • wipe em out.
          Posted at 14:56h, 30 December Reply

          “I could never endorse your idea of targeting non-combatants and innocents.”

          Well, I certainly would. There are NO innocents in war, don’t want to die? don’t be there… Be it the combatant or the combatants support group ie. family. You destroy your enemy and wipe his seed from the earth – PERIOD. The U.S can’t win a fight because of bleeding hearts who won’t commit to “total war”. I agree with the abolitionist movement, but I will not fight “fair”. There are no rules if you want to win.

        • Mark Matis
          Posted at 18:46h, 30 December Reply

          As I said, they know full well what their spouses do, yet cheer them on anyway. You want to call them “innocents”, then do so. I will instead call them what they are. Furthermore, the actions I am espousing against them are THE VERY SAME that their spouses are using against Mere Citizens on a regular basis. Goose, meet gander.

          Now I do realize that children are NOT able to leave their parents, and should NOT be targeted intentionally. Nor are their pets able to understand what foul sewage they belong to. But the spouses? Every single one of them. And as to the bullshiite that “wives of cops are perfectly capable of advocating a new line of work for their husbands, when the cops start taking hits“, let me know when THAT actually works. On the other hand, when the pigs’ wives start to die, the sty will become vacant VERY quickly.

    • Jay
      Posted at 08:25h, 30 December Reply

      Bullshit. What are you a sponsor of Soros and BLM?

      • Mark Matis
        Posted at 08:45h, 30 December Reply

        I see that you prefer your coffee and donuts filtered, Jay.

    • Jackson
      Posted at 13:56h, 30 December Reply

      Chris Hedges, who writes for the Nation magazine, is a big supporter of Occupy Wall Street movement, Nader speechwriter, Bernie Sanders supporter, and all around leftist goon?

      Who cares what he says.

      • Bill
        Posted at 14:12h, 30 December Reply

        Jackson,

        I always find it amusing when people from the Left bewail the police state since without, their coercionist fever dreams would remain simply that.

        The days of Chris Hitchens and Alexander Cockburn as honest brokers for leftist foolishness are long past.

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  • Penny Pincher
    Posted at 07:32h, 30 December Reply

    Nixon, eh? Just connecting some dots. Nixon took us off the gold standard, then connected us a little later to an oil standard via the Saudis. And he made certain vegetation illegal the very next year, so seeing as we were going thru some collateral changes it was probably to make an illicit industry that’s profitable and also monopolize it to increase revenue.

    The drugs trade and all the money laundering therefor is what is actually propping up the US economy, at least according to a series of 5 1-hour videos about the Exchange Stabilization Fund. The first one is titled “What I have been afraid to blog about” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ssrcD5GdPQ
    It is well worth the 5 hours, but it’ll make you mad, so take it in small bits.

    Unfortunately the Google Archive was canned in 2011 or so, that was a great tool for finding articles like those mentioned in the series of videos. Now all we have is the Wayback Machine.

    Friend of mine who went to ‘Nam said the real reason we got involved there was the heroin trade, not oil or Communism.

  • Penny Pincher
    Posted at 07:35h, 30 December Reply

    One more thing, if it’s opium poppies, there are other applications needed besides getting high – pain killers for surgery etc. It’s not like we can just kill all the poppies.

  • RC
    Posted at 14:00h, 30 December Reply

    Bill,

    I tried to register for your forum, twice, and in neither case did I get an email. (Used to different addresses, thinking the first might have been a problem for your system).

    Might be a problem with Simple Machines. I used it myself a few years ago, perhaps it is improved now, but I had a lot of problems and was also subject to hundreds of bogus registrations from hackers.

    Just thought I’d let you know.

    • Bill
      Posted at 14:10h, 30 December Reply

      Try again and if it doesn’t work email me, I just cleared the deck for entry. Go to the Contact page.

  • Jim Klein
    Posted at 14:10h, 31 December Reply

    Oh, now I see what the comments are about. Generally I don’t go about judging the personal opinions of others, at least if they’re about a choice that doesn’t involve me. So without regard to the conclusions Mark draws–as those are his and not mine–I’ve spent many minutes trying to find him wrong about a matter of fact, and haven’t seen it yet.

  • TigerLily
    Posted at 07:54h, 08 January Reply

    Shaming cops publicly is pretty effective and it quickly identifies the enabling mind-numbed drones who are quick to defend their oppressors and ours. It takes courage to speak out, especially if you have friends who are related to cops.

  • robins111
    Posted at 06:21h, 06 February Reply

    Any idea when the book is going to hit the market?

    • Bill
      Posted at 07:57h, 06 February Reply

      If editing is completed soon enough, 60-90 days.

      • robins111
        Posted at 12:01h, 07 February Reply

        Thanks, looking forward to it.

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