Photo Credit: The Psychotic Militarization of Law Enforcement

TAGS: LAW ENFORCEMENT, Police, Civilian Police, Federal Agents, Armed Civilian Forces, Police State, Militarized Police, Riot Control, Identification, Federal Army, GLOBAL Government, Capitol Police

Not only do we have FOREIGN troops within our own Country, we have foreign troops just outside our borders in Canada, Mexico, the Virgin Islands and Cuba.  AND if that is not enough, our own government is using our tax payer dollars to build an army of civil servants, fully armed and trained to perform the tasks required to fulfill the will of the NEW WORLD ORDER.

I have heard patriot militia talk about how prepared they are and how hard it will be for them to take our guns.  Sadly, they are delusional.  There was time, when there was no force that could take our country.  Citizens of the USA were armed and dangerous for anyone to attempt to take our FREEDOM!  NO SO TODAY.  The elite have been fully aware of our strengths and our weaknesses.  Now with the help of AI/DEMONIC INTELLIGENCE they have a well developed and well implemented plan for our total occupation and imprisonment, followed by annihilation of all who will not submit to the demands of the NEW WORLD ORDER.

Take a look a the multitude that is ready to stand against us from within.

Aug 3, 2021
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Excerpts from:
 When the People Fear the Government There is Tyranny, but When Government Fears the People There is Liberty

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

This famous quote by Thomas Jefferson defines two different kinds of states of relationships between U.S. Government and the people they allegedly represent.

Either a state where the citizens of this country hold their government accountable to their oaths to uphold the Constitution, or a state where the nation falls into tyranny because the citizens fail to do their job and hold their government accountable.

There is no doubt which of these two states is the current state of the United States today, on January 11, 2021.

The citizens fear the government, and the country has now been seized by the tyrants.

And by “government” I am not simply referring to our “elected” officials, but also those who benefit from the government and control it, which today would be the Central bankers and Wall Street Billionaires, primarily using Big Pharma and Big Tech to enslave the population.

Here’s the thing, however. While this group of “Big” Pharma, Tech, Government, etc. may appear “big” and “powerful,” they really are not, and there is one thing they fear the most: YOU!

And because the English language does not distinguish between “you” plural and “you” singular, let me be even clearer: YOU singular, but also YOU together, unified, in plurality.

The government fears the people disobeying them and rising up against them, but right now we, the people, have given them nothing to be afraid of, and so they are making their boldest moves yet to enslave the American people.


Photo Credit: ALAMY STOCK    IS THIS THE NEW ROMAN ARMY?   Law Enforcement if FULL GEAR!  

There are thousands of armed officers from multiple government at the disposal of  our ruling elite in Washington D.C.   These military-style men in America are disconcerting, in part, because  absent identifying signs of actual authority the rows of federal officers appear all-but indistinguishable from the regular citizens.  

The federal government of the United States empowers a wide range of law enforcement agencies to maintain law and public order related to matters affecting the country as a whole.  The Federal non-military, armed forces are made up of the following agencies:

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives, (AFT);  1 July 1972

Bureau of Land Management, BLM; December 10, 1946

Drug Enforcement Administration, DEA; July 1, 1973

The Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI); July 26, 1908; ≈35,000

Central Intelligence Agency, (CIA); September 18, 1947

Secret Service; July 5, 1865; Employees 7,000+ (2019)

 U.S. Department of Homeland Security (2003–present)
 U.S. Department of the Treasury (1865–2003)


United States Customs and Border Protection, (CBP); March 1, 2003; Employees: 62,700+ (2021)

Environmental Protection Agency, (EPA); proposed the establishment of EPA on July 9, 1970; it began operation on December 2, 1970

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Office of Law Enforcement, (NOAA); October 3, 1970; 50 years ago; Employees 

Federal U.S. Capitol Police, (USCP) ;  May 2, 1828; 193 years ago; Employees 2,249

Capitol Police expanded territory as shown in the above video.

Capitol police in the United States are agencies charged with the provision of security police services for various state agencies, but especially state legislatures. Capitol police may function as part of the state police or may be an independent agency. There is also a federal capitol police agency.

Security police for government facilities are a very old idea, dating back at least to the guards posted at Solomon’s temple and including such units as the Praetorian Guard and the Coldstream Guards.

United States Park Police (U.S. National Park Service); created by President George Washington in 1791

United States Park Police, USPP; December 14, 1919  101 years ago; 

National Gallery of Art police,  National Gallery of Art Police 05-13-2016, 12:17 PM. I just saw on usajobs that the National Gallery of Art are hiring 0083 Police Officers

Smithsonian Office of Protective Services, officers  850; According to the U.S Code (Title 40, Chapter 63, §6306), Smithsonian guards and National Zoo police officers are designated as special police.

Postal Inspection Service; 1772,

Postal Police Officers – USPS

Postal Police Officers . Our Postal Police Officers (PPOs) are a crucial part of the Inspection Service team. Stationed in critical postal facilities across the nation, they stand on the frontlines in the fight to protect postal employees, customers, and property. PPOs create a sense of security and safety for employees and the American public.
Amtrak Police Department(APD) is a railroad police agency and security organization that acts as the law enforcement arm of Amtrak (the National Railroad Passenger Corporation), the government-owned passenger train system in the United States.[1] It is headquartered at Union Station in Washington, D.C., and as of 2019 has a force of 452 sworn police officers,[2] most of whom are stationed within the Northeast Corridor, Amtrak’s busiest routeAmtrak police, 

Amtrak police officers have the same police authority as a local or state law enforcement officer within their jurisdiction. They investigate various types of crime that occur within and around stations, trains and/or right of ways. Since the September 11, 2001 attacks, APD has become more terrorism-focused. Such mission shift became even more prevalent after the Madrid train bombings in 2004. It maintains a robust K-9 division composed of patrol and bomb dogs. APD officers constantly work in partnership with federal, state and local law enforcement to perform their duties in accordance with the agency’s mission to protect America’s railroads. In theory, officers have jurisdiction in all the 46 states where Amtrak operates, but are stationed more in busier locations in practice.[citation needed]

Bureau of Engraving and Printing Police, 

BEP Police

The Bureau operates a police department, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Police Force, that protects BEP personnel and facilities. The BEP Police are responsible for enforcing federal and local laws, Treasury Department rules and regulations, Washington, DC Criminal Code through a Memorandum of Understanding, and Texas Criminal Code.[10] In 2004, 234 Police officers were employed.[11]

Supreme Court police,  Formed 1935

Uniformed Division of the Secret Service, (USSS); 1977; 44 years ago

Established in 1922 as the White House Police, this organization was fully integrated into the Secret Service in 1930. In 1970, the protection of foreign diplomatic missions was added to the force’s responsibilities, and its name was changed to the Executive Protective Service. The name United States Secret Service Uniformed Division was adopted in 1977.

With more than 1,300 officers as of 2010, the Uniformed Division is responsible for security at the White House Complex; the vice president’s residence; the Department of the Treasury (as part of the White House Complex); and foreign diplomatic missions in the District of Columbia, area. Uniformed Division officers carry out their protective responsibilities through a network of fixed security posts, foot, bicycle, vehicular and motorcycle patrols.

The Uniformed Division has three branches: the White House Branch, the Foreign Missions Branch, and the Naval Observatory Branch. Together they provide protection for the following: the president, vice president, and their immediate families; presidential candidates; the White House Complex; the Vice President’s Residence; the main Treasury Department building and its annex facility; and foreign diplomatic missions in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.[2]

Officers are responsible for providing additional support to the Secret Service’s protective mission through the following special support groups:

Counter Sniper Team (CS) Created in 1971, the Counter Sniper Team’s purpose is to provide specialized protective support to defend against long-range threats to Secret Service protectees.[3]
Canine Explosives Detection Unit (K-9)  Created in 1976, the mission of the K-9 unit is to provide skilled and specialized explosives detection support to protective efforts involving Secret Service protectees.[3]
Emergency Response Team (ERT)  Formed in 1992, ERT’s primary mission is to provide tactical response to unlawful intrusions and other protective challenges related to the White House and its grounds. ERT personnel receive specialized, advanced training and must maintain a high level of physical and operational proficiency.[3]

Officers assigned to CS, ERT, and K9, are designated “Technicians” to recognize their advanced training. Today these units are part of the agency’s Special Operations Division.

The Magnetometer Support Unit: Formed to ensure that all persons entering secure areas occupied by Secret Service protectees are unarmed,[3] the Secret Service began relying on magnetometer (metal detector) support by Uniformed Division officers to augment its protective efforts away from the White House following the attempt to assassinate President Ronald Reagan.

Government Publishing Office policeThe Government Printing Office (GPO) is a Legislative Branch agency whose mission is to print documents for Congress, including the Congressional Record, bills, and committee reports. It also prints documents for Executive Branch agencies and procures printing for Federal agencies. Some documents require high levels of security before they are publicly released.This change also “will bring [GPO’s police force] into conformity with the police forces it works most closely with,” the Capitol Hill Police and the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department.

Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Service;

DHS Has a Federal Police Unit-Truth!

Summary of eRumor:
Concerns are rising throughout the U.S. over a photograph of a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Protective Service vehicle.
The Truth:
There is a branch under the DHS called the Federal Protective Service.
According to their website, the Federal Protective Service “is a federal law enforcement agency that provides integrated security and law enforcement services to federally owned and leased buildings, facilities, properties and other assets.”
The mission statement on their website said that its purpose is to is to render the 9,000 federal properties around the country “safe and secure for federal employees.”
Posted 12/4/13

FBI Police; 1980s – present

The FBI Police is the uniformed security police of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is part of the Bureau’s Security Division. The FBI Police is tasked with protecting key FBI facilities, properties, personnel, users, visitors information and operations from harm and may enforce certain laws and administrative regulations.

U.S. Mint Police, (USMP); 1792


US Mint Police Special Response Team

The United States Mint Police was founded in 1792, making it one of the oldest federal law enforcement agencies in the United States.[2]

Official duties

United States Mint Police CVPI

Mint Police Officers are required to successfully pass the Uniform Police Training Program at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center at either Glynnco, Georgia or Artesia, New Mexico for 13 weeks. The Mint Police is responsible for protecting over $300 billion in Treasury and other government assets stored in U.S. Mint facilities in Washington, D.C.PhiladelphiaDenverSan FranciscoFort Knox, and West Point.[3] The Mint Police also safeguards over 2,800 U.S. Mint employees.[2] In addition, the United States Mint Police have guarded the U.S. Constitution; the Gettysburg Address; and from World War II to 1978, the Holy Crown of Hungary. Its scope has increased over the years, and it now trains with local law enforcement and has bicycle patrols throughout cities.[3]

In the past, the Mint Police have “participated in security details at a variety of non-Mint-related events, including two presidential inaugurations, the Kentucky Derby2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, and an International Monetary Fund/World Bank Conference.”[3] It also assisted with Hurricane Katrina, protecting the New Orleans branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and participating in relief efforts.[3]


As Federal Police officers, USMP officers carry firearms and a variety of police equipment, including batons, handcuffs, radios and pepper spray.

The USMP uses marked police vehicles in the execution of their duties, notably FordsChevrolet Tahoes, with red-and-blue lights, sirens and radio systems.[4]


USMP police and guard various facilities, including:

    • Philadelphia, Pa.;
    • San Francisco, Calif.;
    • West Point, N.Y.;
    • Denver, Colo.;
    • Fort Knox, Ky.;

and headquarters in Washington, D.C.[5]

Multistate – Metro Transit Police Department, (MTPD);  June 4, 1976

Federal Bureau of Prisons/ federal prison guards – the single largest component of federal officers in the Justice Department;
D.C. Metropolitan Police;

United States Police,” the purposefully vague public name given to what is formally known as the CIA’s Security Protective Services

Pentagon Police, formally known as the Pentagon Force Protection Agency;

October 1, 1987 (as the Defense Protective Service), May 3, 2002 (as the U.S. Pentagon Police)

Border Patrol;

The Department of the Interior’s Park Police, one of the agencies that has served as the front ranks of the riot security;

The Office of Law Enforcement and Security (OLES), Law Enforcement Division has five units/groups responsible for developing and disseminating contemporary law enforcement policies, oversight of Internal Affairs programs, training development and standards located at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Southwest Border Coordination, and the liaison to Aviation Services and Wildland Fire in Boise, Idaho. The Division facilitates special law enforcement and security operations during critical incidents or national emergencies to include Essential Support Function (ESF-13) deployments and liaison on law enforcement matters with other major Departments and agencies. The Division maintains the Departmental Internal Affairs Case Tracking System and provides strategic coordination and recommendations for the application of the Serious Incident Review Group. The Division conducts reviews of bureau law enforcement programs to ensure compliance with Departmental standards and prepares written correspondence on law enforcement issues for senior officials.

Federal Protective Service;

The Federal Protective Service is the uniformed security police division of the United States Department of Homeland Security. FPS is “the federal agency charged with protecting and delivering integrated law enforcement and security services to facilities owned or leased by the General Services Administration”—over 9,000 buildings—and their occupants

The Executive Protective Operations Division of the USDA’s Office of Safety, Security and Protection;

U.S. Marshals Service; 1789

I found the following list as I was researching the list above.  Some of the ones above are shown below as well.  EVERY SINGLE AGENCY on the following list has its own police force.  It is mind boggling to try to imagine the numbers.  And they are constantly recruiting more personnel.  IF you have been watching the job openings listed on the internet for the last five or ten years, you know that government agencies looking to recruit law enforcement personnel is the the NUMBER ONE EMPLYER on the NET.   You also know that there is no other place to find jobs.  They have centralized all  EMPLOYMENT Application to the Internet.

List of agencies and units of agencies

Agencies in bold text are law enforcement agencies (LEAs).

Executive Branch

Department of Agriculture[edit]

Seal of the United States Department of Agriculture
  • Office of the Secretary of Agriculture
    • Protective Operations Division (POD)[8]

Department of Commerce

Seal of the United States Department of Commerce
  • Office of Inspector General (DOC-OIG)

Department of Defense

United States Department of Defense Seal

Department of Education[edit]

Seal of the United States Department of Education
  • Office of Inspector General (ED-OIG)
  • Protective Service Division


Department of Energy[edit]

Seal of the United States Department of Energy

Department of Health and Human Services[edit]

Seal of the United States Department of Health and Human Services

Department of Homeland Security[edit]

Seal of the United States Department of Homeland Security

CBP Officers and Border Patrol Agents at a ceremony in 2007

Department of Housing and Urban Development[edit]

Seal of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Office of Inspector General (HUD-OIG)
  • Protective Service Division (HUD-PSD)

Department of the Interior[edit]

Seal of the United States Department of the Interior

Department of Justice[edit]

Seal of the United States Department of Justice
Seal of the United States Department of Labor

Department of State

U.S. Department of State official seal

Department of Transportation

Seal of the United States Department of Transportation

Department of the Treasury

Seal of the United States Department of the Treasury

A Bureau of Engraving and Printing Police (BEP) patrol car.

Two IRS-CI Special Agents conducting a search

Department of Veterans Affairs[edit]

Seal of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Legislative Branch

Seal of the United States Congress

Judicial Branch

Other federal law enforcement agencies

Independent Agencies and federally-administered institutions;

2016 Ford Police Interceptor Utility belonging to the US Postal Police, NYC


Not only that, nationally, there is no law that requires these forces to wear anything that identifies them as official law enforcement, or identifies the department they represent, or identifies them personally by name or by ID number.  In other words, you have no protection from these military style, armed and loaded, armor protected, killing machines, who see US Citizens as the enemy of the STATE.   The STATE they represent is NOT THE USA, it is the NEW WORLD ORDER.   They are the army of the GLOBAL GOVERNMENT.  Their allegiance is not to the AMERICAN PEOPLE, or TO THE CONSTITUTION or to the UNITED STATES.  They are not trained to protect and preserve human life.  They are trained to ENFORCE the will of the GLOBAL GOVERNMENT.  After all, there is no sanctity of HUMAN LIFE anymore.  A human is no more valuable than a tree, a robot, or a bug.

Unmarked, armed riot officers seen around D.C. won’t say what agency they are from

The Bureau of Prisons says special operations resource teams have been deployed to the District, but won’t confirm if they are shown in pictures.

 Jordan Fischer

WASHINGTON — Armed riot officers without identifying marks or badges began manning the perimeter around the White House Wednesday morning, and now a Virginia congressman says he is working on legislation to stop it from happening again.

The unmarked security forces appeared early Wednesday following a calmer night in D.C. than the city had seen in recent days. However, unlike MPD or Capitol Police officers, these men manning a pushed-back perimeter around the White House wore no badges, nameplates or any other identifying marks or insignia. In pictures posted to social media, most can be seen wearing plain t-shirts under their riot gear.

When asked by members of the media and other citizens what agency they were with, the security officers would only say “the federal government” or the “Department of Justice.”

D.C. Code requires MPD personnel policing First Amendment assemblies to be equipped with “enhanced identification” that would allow them to be identified, even in riot gear. That rule does not apply to federal law enforcement officers.

Credit: WUSA9
Unmarked federal law enforcement officers are shown here manning a perimeter during protests in Washington, D.C., on June 3, 2020. Insignia and nameplates have been removed or covered up, however, one riot shield bearing the word “corrections” is visible.

On Tuesday, Attorney General William Barr announced he would send Bureau of Prisons riot teams to the District in response to protests in the city. These teams, called special operations response teams (SORT), are normally used almost exclusively for dealing with violent incidents at federal correctional facilities. In 1992, following the acquittal of the officers involved in the fatal beating of Rodney King, BOP dispatched SORT officers to Los Angeles to protect federal facilities in the city.

WUSA9 reached out to the BOP to see whether the unmarked officers in the photos were BOP special SORT members – and whether they had been instructed not to identify themselves.

The BOP responded with a statement only confirming that SORT members were deployed in D.C., but not whether any of the officers captured in photos were part of these teams:

“The Bureau of Prisons (BOP) has specialized Crisis Management Teams (CMTs), including Special Operations Response Teams, which are highly trained tactical units capable of responding to prison disturbances, and providing assistance to other law enforcement agencies during emergencies. The BOP’s CMTs also include Disturbance Control Teams, that specialize in crowd control scenarios.

Per the request of the Attorney General, the BOP has dispatched teams to Miami, Florida, and Washington, D.C.

We cannot verify the individuals in the photos you referenced. For safety and security reasons, we are not providing more specific information about law enforcement operations.”

Late Wednesday evening, after WUSA9 published this story, the BOP confirmed to CBS News that the riot officers were their employees, saying in a statement that they weren’t wearing marked clothing because they were “serving a broader mission.”

By mid-afternoon, at least some of the unmarked officers had been replaced by clearly marked military police officers from Fort Drum, but others were still posted at the perimeter near 15th and H Streets.

In response to photos and reports about the unmarked security officers flooding social media, Virginia Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA 08) tweeted that he was working on legislation to prevent similar actions in the future, writing that it was “unacceptable for uniformed federal officers policing constitutionally-protected assemblies to refuse to identify themselves to people who pay their salaries.”

On Thursday, more than 120 members of the House, led by Reps. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), Donald Beyer (D-VA) and Eleanor Holmes Norton, sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr demanding that he restores the identifying information to the uniforms of all DOJ personnel in D.C.

“The public must know in all cases whether individuals purporting to enforce the law by detaining citizens or using force against them are actually authorized to do so—and by whom,” the letter read. “This is critical to police accountability to the people.”

Active duty troops have been deployed outside of the city to assist with civil unrest if needed, but were, according to reports by the Associated Press, supposed to begin returning to their home bases. However, on Wednesday afternoon, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper told the AP that he was reversing that decision and keeping them deployed.