As the rise of the police state in the USA and Canada becomes ever obvious, many, including members of Best Gore started to ask if our governments would send troops against their own citizens. Likewise, questions are being asked if our troops would attack their own countrymen.
These are all legitimate questions and whilst most believe that our soldiers would never attack their own, I’m here to prove to you that oh yes – not only they would, they wouldn’t even think twice about pulling that trigger while having their little cousin in the scope. Why am I so sure of this?
Take a look at what these so called soldiers, more appropriately called ZOG Mercenaries have been doing to little children in Iraq or Afghanistan, among dozens of other countries. Do you think someone who doesn’t have any problem executing innocent families to clear path to the little ones so he can rape them would think twice about killing their countrymen? Do you think someone who enjoys torturing and humiliating prisoners of war would have any problem slaying his neighbor? There is no conscience, no remorse, no humanity in a child rapist slash baby killer who laughs after massacring the innocents. You’d have to be a complete fool to think someone this degenerate would give two shits about their countrymen. He’ll cheer at an awesome headshot after blowing the brain out of the head of his babysitter.
It is the same with police. Why do you think there is such a noticeable increase in instances of police brutality? Cops are being conditioned to get used to assaulting their countrymen until it becomes second nature – a normal part of their existence. They are promoted, celebrated and always backed up so they keep getting away with it. Their lust for blood grows with each assault. Should shit hit the fan, they will more than gladly step it up a notch and start breaking skulls en masse.
Make no mistake, my friends – both police and army would and will go against their own citizens. And when it happens, it won’t be the first time. In 1932, the US army had no problem charging those they should hold it the highest esteem – veterans who had fought in the tranches during the real war.
The Bonus Army Significance
The Bonus Army got its name from the Bonus Certificates the US World War I veterans got with a promise that these would be exchangeable for cash sometimes in the future. Because thousands of WWI veterans were unemployed and had no money for immediate needs, they needed their bonus stamps cashed now, not 10 years later.
And so in the spring and summer of 1932, some 43,000 people, including 17,000 World War I veterans marched to Washington, D.C. and set up a camp in a Hooverville on the Anacostia Flats, demanding immediate redemption of their bonus certificates.
On July 28, 1932 Attorney General William D. Mitchell ordered the police to remove the Bonus Army from the property. During the altercation, two policemen were cornered inside a building and opened fire at progressing veterans, killing two. William Hushka and Eric Carlson died from sustained gunshot wounds.
After that, the government sent the army to intervene. At first, the Bonus Army thought the troops were marching in their honor – which is what should have been the case, but commanders instead ordered the troops to charge. Not only did the troops attack their fellow Americans, they also attacked war veterans.
Documentary below offers closer view at the significance of the Bonus Army incident.