Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police

Homeland Civil Unrest Riot Police For Domestic Unrest

Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police:
Below is assorted Photos of actual riots, protests and riot training.

Black-Texas03 Opt-Editor’s Comment: The more the Professional Law-Enforcement train, the more it appears that the federal government is anticipating a real life event of spreading unrest is obvious with racism against police. Will it be riots over the election outcomes, racial unrest or economic collapse?
 Black-Texas3Black-Texas6 Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: The numerous scenarios, including several unforeseen events like the knock-out game, that may well happen, and society is being engineered to be occupied and controlled if/when things spill over. Be cautious in large crowd, especially at high profile events, know your rights, and never let your guard down. The system thrives on chaos… Homeland Security Trains Texas Cops to Deal With Riots. Police advised by FEMA officials how to conduct “mass arrests” The Department of Homeland Security oversaw a first of its kind three day training exercise in Texas this week during which police officers from fifteen different departments took part in drills on how to deal with riots and conduct mass arrests.
Black-Texas1Black-Texas8 Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: Dozens of McLennan Community College students posed as unruly demonstrators during the drill, which took place at the McLennan Community College Emergency Services Education Center. “This type of training has never been in Texas before,” training coordinator Jay Fonville told the Waco Tribune. Law enforcement officials from across Central Texas put some newly learned skills to the test Wednesday during a mock riot.  Dozens of Community College students posed as unruly protesters as part of a Federal Emergency Management Agency training program. Area agencies sent 61 officers to the program at MCC’s Emergency Services Education Center for the course that started Monday and finished Wednesday, training coordinator Jay Fonville said.
Black-Texas3 Black-Texas5 Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: “This type of training has never been in Texas before, so this was very beneficial to get this kind of training here, especially in Central Texas, and for so many officers to have access to it,” Fonville said. “We are here to protect people — protect protesters and protect law enforcement officers.”  Officers from the Waco Police Department, McLennan County Sheriff’s Office, Killeen Police Department, Lorena Police Department, DeSoto Police Department and troopers with the Texas Department of Public Safety, among others, participated in the three-day training program.
 Black-Texas01 Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: During classroom sessions and demonstrations, officials learned about large-crowd management, critical thinking, intuitive decision-making skills and the public’s right to peaceably assemble.  Fidencia Lopez, a student in MCC’s emergency medical technician program, posed as a protester throughout Wednesday’s demonstrations and said she gained valuable insight into how law enforcement officers are trained to operate in crowd-control scenarios.
Black-Texas2 Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: Students acted as nonviolent protesters, and Lopez was one of several classmates who chanted, screamed and antagonized officers during the drills.  “This makes it very real to see how protesters are getting taken out and that there might be some injury or even with law enforcement,” Lopez said.  “For us, as EMTs, I think this is very helpful, because we are usually on the outside. . . . Being able to see what officers do and how they handle the situation can help us if anything ever happens here.”

 

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Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: FEMA instructors from across the country directed officers on the public’s constitutional rights and the appropriate way to handle situations with multiple arrests and mobile field-force team methods. Fonville said he was asked to hold additional courses for other officers in the future.  “I think it went really well, and I think it gave officers a lot more to think about in handling several different situations and how to make sure training can be put into realistic situations,” Fonville said. “I think it opened their eyes to new things, and at the end, several law enforcement officers said they are super happy they came to the class.”
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Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: Cops learned how to counter “domestic and civil disturbances” during the training, which was coordinated by the DHS’ Center for Domestic Preparedness, as well as “proper use of batons, mass-arrest procedures, and riot control formations.”  “Riots are hard to detain, and as little officers as they have they are probably going to be outnumbered most of the time. It’s vital that they get it correct the first time,” Criminal Justice major Dylan Solis told Local-TV.
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Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: The exercises involved protesters provoking cops but classroom briefings on “large-crowd management, critical thinking, intuitive decision-making skills and the public’s right to peaceably assemble” were also held.  FEMA instructors were on hand to advise cops on the protesters’ “constitutional rights” as well as how to “handle situations with multiple arrests and mobile field-force team methods.”   The training is expected to be put into practice in “realistic situations,” and more drills are being planned for the future.
Texas-Riot-Police Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: Last summer the state of Texas was ablaze over concerns surrounding the Jade Helm military drills held across the state prompted some to speculate that the Federal government was preparing for either a local insurrection, secession planning contencies for the Lone Star state or even a “Texas takeover.”
new-riot-police-recruits Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: Similar confusion returned earlier this week when dozens of McLennan Community College students posed as unruly protesters as part of a Federal Emergency Management Agency training program. This “first of its kind” three day exercise in Waco, Texas was overseen by the Department of Homeland Security, during which police officers from fifteen different departments took part in drills on how to deal with riots and conduct mass arrests.”
Black-Texas0 Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: Officers from the Waco Police Department, McLennan County Sheriff’s Office, Killeen Police Department, Lorena Police Department, DeSoto Police Department and troopers with the Texas Department of Public Safety, among others, participated in the three-day training program.

This is going to be deep (at least for me) and detailed, because Zero Hedge seems to have been swarmed by newbies that are thoroughly ignorant.  And, for those of you desperately seeking your safe space, it’s not an insult, it’s an observation of your condition.  There are things you were never taught.

Mass-Riot-Training-For-Police-AucklandWhite-Riot Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: Back in the Clinton era, the democrat controlled congress (congress will always be lower case) determined that there weren’t enough loan made to poor people.  Banks were red-lining entire areas of various cities because incomes where ‘too low’ to support making mortgage payments.  Now, set aside all debate about Bill getting blow jobs, Hillary trying to take over Health Care, Ruby Ridge, Waco, and other things such as the Clinton Death List.  Just set those aside.  Be nonpartisan for a moment.  Be American.  Consider what was actually happening without political team cheerleading.
6a00e54f195bd8883401b8d10f5f3e970c article-2208924-1537642A000005DC-171_964x659 Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: We have our congress decide that banks MUST make loans to lower income and less credit worthy individuals and families.  In order to do that, banks had to lower their standards for loans, which was acceptable because congress created government entities, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, that would buy mortgages from the banks….which were created for people with limited, or no, income and shitty credit.  The entities, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, are supported by millions of stupid assholes, like you and I, via taxation.  IE, They lose, YOU lose.
20963DB300000578-0-image-a-8_1421425964034Protesters build up fire in the middle of the road as they clash with Egyptian riot police following clashes between the Muslim Brotherhood movement's opponents and supporters on April 19, 2013 in central Cairo. At least 82 people were hurt on Friday in clashes after opposition activists marched on thousands of Islamists rallying outside a central Cairo court demanding judicial reform, an official said. The fighting erupted near the iconic Tahrir Square, roughly 0.5 kilometres from where the Islamists had staged their rally, with both sides trading stones. AFP PHOTO / MOHAMED EL-SHAHED        (Photo credit should read MOHAMED EL-SHAHED/AFP/Getty Images) Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: You didn’t even get to vote on participating on this and, chances are, you were probably too young to vote even if it was offered (If you, as an individual, are of my era, no insult is offered, it’s just an explanation to the younger crew of how they’ve been totally fucked).

The banks sold shitty loans to poor people, whit shitty credit, and below average income to buy homes.  Home prices started soaring around 2005.  My 1998 shithole that I bought for $75k was suddenly worth $360k…people cashed in ‘equity’ and bought toys and cars and vacations via a new innovation…variable interest rates.

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Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: People could take out loans against equity at what seemed like 100% of equity, at a low rate of interest of 3% or less for a year or so.  Millions took out equity loans, many who could barely afford their original mortgage.

Their fixed 6% or 7.5% rate went down to 3% or so for a year or two…then the rate changed to reflect where we actually were.  3% went to 7%, payments more than doubled.  Millions couldn’t afford to keep up with the payments and they were forcibly evicted.  There are videos of this time if you care to look them up.

BLACK-LIVES-MATTER-XPRT-800x445REFILE - CLARIFYING CAPTION - A police car burns on the street after a grand jury returned no indictment in the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri November 24, 2014. Gunshots were heard and bottles were thrown as anger rippled through a crowd outside the Ferguson Police Department in suburban St. Louis after authorities on Monday announced that a grand jury voted not to indict a white officer in the August shooting death of an unarmed black teen.   REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES  - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: So the banks, that financed the poor people and the ones with shitty credit, now own all those empy houses, lands and farms, free and clear.  In the midst of this, the banks decided that properly recording sales and title ws too much of a pain in the ass that they set up their own system, MERS, Mortgage Electronic Recording Service, to track their sales and repossessions.  Unfortunately, they forgot to inform any governmental authorities…so property taxes and shit were left unpaid, county governments were cash strapped, and a bazillion homes sat empty for about three years while homelessness soared.
Trump-Black-Lives-MatterScreen-Shot-2015-07-15-at-7.45.52-PM-770x408 Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: Bankers enjoyed huge increases in bonuses, via the repossessions and the direct infusion of cash intothe banking system by the federal reserve bank (it’s not federal anymore that Federal Express is federal.  The federal reserve is a private bank owned by a couple of global banks and one or two families.  [I just saved you having to read 300-1,000,000 pages of boring history.])  During the 2008 ‘crisis’, the federal reserve injected approximately $16 trillion into the US banking system.  A few years later they grudgingly admitted to injecting another $16 trillion into the European Banking system at the same time.  No one mentions this, these days, it’s taboo.  But it happened.  Our base money want from roughly $850 billion to $40 trillion overnight.
new-riot-police-recruits Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: During the 2008 ‘crisis’, the federal reserve injected approximately $16 trillion into the US banking system.  A few years later they grudgingly admitted to injecting another $16 trillion into the European Banking system at the same time.  No one mentions this, these days, it’s taboo.  But it happened.  Our base money want from roughly $850 billion to $40 trillion overnight.  And most were too engrossed in Survivor, Dancing with the Stars, or some other show that they didn’t even notice to ask “what the hell is going on?”
 White-Riot6Riots-Riot-police-patrol--005 Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: So, while all of this is going on, the banks are making shitty loans to clients that have shitty credit and no jobs then taking what they sold and presenting it to the goobermint as a qulity investment.  (Which, in the last couple of weeks they have admitted was out-right fraud.  One that is so blatant that we should already be used to the sight and smell of banksters hanging from street lights.  [You vigorous young people, you REALLY need to understand how totally the banks fucked your parents, but you also need to understand that the banks, and our/your government, forcibly bent all of us over a table, ready to accept whatever the banks wanted to do to us.
Protestors clash with riot police between Taksim and Besiktas in Istanbul, on June 1, 2013, during a demonstration against the demolition of the park. Turkish police on June 1 began pulling out of Istanbul's iconic Taksim Square, after a second day of violent clashes between protesters and police over a controversial development project. Thousands of demonstrators flooded the site as police lifted the barricades around the park and began withdrawing from the square. What started as an outcry against a local development project has snowballed into widespread anger against what critics say is the government's increasingly conservative and authoritarian agenda. AFP PHOTO/GURCAN OZTURKGURCAN OZTURK/AFP/Getty Images ORG XMIT: TURKEY-PO

 

Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: We’re icurrently in the period of being bent over, tied down, beat and awaiting what will follow.  (For us, it’s not pleasant, for the banksters, it’s a high.)  We’re all getting ass-fucked;  The Fed lowered interest to approximately zero, so our grandparents and parents can no longer afford to eat. (the ones that have semblance of dignity and refuse to go to a ‘home’)
White-Riot7 Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: We have a fop in office that puts an incentive in place that wipes the entire used car industry, and the poor and lower income that depended on finding a low cost vehicle to go to jobs and shit..but the barriers, according to the goobermint, are falling., yet the poor and all can only get a used piece of shit vehicle at a vastly expanded price of thousands.
Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: First off –  If confrontations at Donald Trump rallies are any indication, the Republican National Convention in July may see some of the most exciting – and potentially violent – street protests in recent years, and reporters are being schooled on how to ride out the chaos.

It’s not cheap, but a group that usually prepares journalists and nonprofit workers for problems in sub-Saharan Africa or conflict zones in Syria and Afghanistan is finding convention concerns great enough for news outlets to justify special training.

A two-day course from Global Journalist Security scheduled for early May will feature realistic simulations with “protesters” and “party militants” and already has signed up reporters from a major news wire and a prominent new media company, organizers say.

With a price tag of $1,195, the convention training likely is beyond the reach of most student journalists, rent-overdue freelancers and people with their own low-traffic blogs.

But it could help well-financed outfits avoid legal and medical costs, and spare PR departments from having to defend employee behavior.

Frank Smyth, a press freedom advocate who founded the organization in 2011, worked more than a decade at the Committee to Protect Journalists and says reporters risk a variety of threats, be it a punch in the face or an arguably unjustified arrest.

“If Mr. Trump doesn’t get the delegates it’s going to be intense, and there are also going to be protesters outside the convention of all kinds,” Smyth says. This is all in a days work and what more do you desire from our finest.

Homeland-Security Civil Unrest Riot Police: Second  off –  American political conventions routinely are magnets for activists, and the Cleveland event has an added question mark not only from a possibly contested nomination, but with Trump’s campaign-trail rhetoric rountinely inspiring protests and scuffles.

Smyth says he grew particularly alarmed this year as Trump consistently attacked cameramen for not showing crowds at mega-rallies. The GOP front-runner, who often calls reporters “the most dishonest people,” has warned that his own supporters may riot if he is denied the nomination. Training for journalists will cover basic first aid, self-defense and a lesson on reporters’ rights, and will emphasize practical tips for dealing with police and escaping confrontations, ideally with equipment intact and detention avoided.

“You may have a right to be there, but your demeanor may dictate whether you’re getting arrested,” Smyth says. Smyth’s group is staffed with former military personnel and employs professional actors and reserve police for simulations. It specializes in teaching first-world professionals to respond to machine gun fire, kidnapping attempts and demands for bribes. Training on decision-making under stress often wins positive reviews, he says. The convention course is a modified version of the group’s civil unrest training and intends to be equally applicable to the Democratic convention in Philadelphia.

Unlike the nation’s capital, where police generally avoid confrontation with activists, allowing impromptu marches down city streets and, recently, a large marijuana-smoke-out at the White House, most U.S. cities – including Cleveland – enforce requirements for permits to protest.

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