Desensitization Training: Police Practice Fighting “Angry Parents”

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From time to time, I have been highly annoyed with the school that my daughter attends.  I have set up meetings with teachers, principals, and administrators.  I have brought in paperwork and pleaded my case on a variety of topics. I have made scathing remarks.  Once, I even had the utter audacity to argue a point with the principal with my daughter right there in the room, which is apparently a no-no because it “undermined the authority of the principal”.  

However, I haven’t yet gone on a rampage against which the police would need to come in and defend the school against me.

They must do things differently in Puyallup, Washington.

via Activist Post

Did you catch that?

“The idea was to test the response of police and firefighters to  a situation that was right out of the news headlines.”

What news headlines?

I read a lot of news every day and these “angry parents” taking over a school at gunpoint, requiring SWAT intervention, somehow completely escaped my notice!

Well, it must be true, because the police officer in charge said, “We’ve been dealing with this across the country for years.”

Where?  When?

It’s very obvious what this actually is.  It is desensitization training.


 verb \dē-ˈsen(t)-sə-ˌtīz\

to make emotionally insensitive or callous; specifically: to extinguish an emotional response (as of fear, anxiety, or guilt) to stimuli that formerly induced it.

So, by this definition, they want to make it easier for normally moral people to perpetuate an attack on a group of people that would ordinarily not be their targets.  They don’t want these officers to have hesitation caused by anxiety or guilt before unloading on an “angry” mom or dad at a school.

This is very similar to the recent scandal of the targets of gun owners that were supplied to the DHS in order to make it easier for them to fire upon everyday people.  The targets included an elderly woman, an elderly man, a little boy, and a pregnant woman in a nursery.

Once upon a time, police were there to protect people like parents, children, the elderly, and pregnant ladies.  But the lines are being drawn and great effort is being undertaken to create a new breed of villains for the “authorities” to fight – and those villains are us.


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5 thoughts on “Desensitization Training: Police Practice Fighting “Angry Parents”

  1. Slow but sure they prepare for total take over this I believe means even during total lock down you must surrender your offspring for programming !

  2. If I were a Dad, I would get my kids out of enemy hands and the enemy camp (schools) immediately, because it’s obvious what they’re preparing cops and troops to do.
    They’ve already shown that they have no qualms about brainwashing the kids. Why wouldn’t they hold them hostage?

  3. The REGIME must be protected at all TIMES. Parents will naturally take up arms (guns) and attack schools. Parents will now join the Regimes list of Home Grown American Terrorists!

  4. “Well, it must be true, because the police officer in charge said, “We’ve been dealing with this across the country for years.””


    My father worked for the Buffalo, NY inner city public schools for 30 years and I have taught for a year or two in the U.S. in Austin, TX, as well and we have NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, EVER seen any cops come to schools or deal with these kinds of parental issues. Unless the kid brings in a gun to school, they wouldn’t give two shits. WTF is this officer smoking? Did he just come from some alternate reality or something?

    This guy is more looney than looney tunes.

  5. I propose that television does more to desensitize people to violence than any other vehicle available.

    Why do you think they call it ‘programing’?

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