By 2005, at least 80 percent of towns with a population between 25,000 and 50,000 people had their own SWAT team. The number of raids conducted by local police SWAT teams has gone from 3,000 a year in the 1980s to over 50,000 a year today.”
H. & J.
This is an excerpt from an article out today. These stats are well known, and have been out for some time now. But it’s to the point now that the readers need to be reminded of how bad it really is getting.
The Cretans at large really are at war with us, and we need to keep hounding the fact. Incidents like “Bundy” and others, help expose them for what they really are government terrorists. But with the stats to reinforce it, the warnings will go much further. In doing so, hopefully, they’ll respond accordingly, by gearing up for the imminent resistance.