What will come first: a chaotic civil war or an advanced police state – complete with martial law?

Since 1982, Attorney John Whitehead Attorney has been defending people persecuted for their individual right to believe, speak, think and act according to their conscience. As reported by Rutherford.org, today, Whitehead’s work has never been more in demand. His Rutherford Institute has a  network of over 700 attorneys nationwide who advocate for “free speech, religious freedoms and civil liberties.” Whitehead’s work and outspoken blogs resonate with the passion of a man who understands the times and seasons of tyranny. In his articles about the burgeoning U.S. Police State, he bemoans the 80,000 yearly SWAT raids wrecking havoc on American families and businesses, the increased militarization of local police forces and a complacent American citizenry with no backbone to speak out.

It’s about to get worse. The plan to arm local police with military arms is being re-examined.

As reported by InvestmentWatchBlog.com, a meeting took place in July 2016 between the Obama administration and the executive directors of the Fraternal Order of Police and the National Association of Police Organizations. They discussed restarting a program that, as reported by the Los Angeles Times, began in 1995 and has already transferred $5.1 billion “in surplus military equipment” from the Pentagon to local U.S. police departments. This hardcore military weaponry includes “assault rifles, mine resistant armored personnel carriers and helicopters.” According to Reuters, it was the excess show of force in Ferguson, Missouri, like the “riot gear” and the use of “armored vehicles toward peaceful protesters,” that caused the White House to write an executive order to stop the government weapons transfer. It seems that ban may be overturned shortly.

So, when will the Pentagon start sharing its SIM card-seeking drones with your local sheriff’s office?

America is a tinderbox. The NSA has been keeping tabs on everyone. It’s nearly impossible to hide. The elite’s divide and conquer strategy, fear based psychological warfare and false flag terror events are on the increase. Add in the thousands who can’t find employment, the increased dissatisfaction with a system that’s rigged, the loss of civil liberties, the pharmaceutical industry’s hold on millions, the media’s mind control tactics, the potential for cyber warfare blackouts in America’s infrastructure and the day where there are no food stamps and no food on grocery store shelves, and we’re looking at premium ingredients for riots and martial law. Procuring emergency food, clean water and additional emergency supplies is no longer fringe thinking. It is a logical matter of survival.

Attorney John Whitehead says, “There will be no second American Revolution.”

Rutherford Institute’s John Whitehead has been warning of America’s dissolution for over thirty years. In a more recent blog, he decries the futility of Americans to even fathom a second American Revolution. The deck is stacked against the populace in ways reminiscent of the totalitarian regimes of history. But the technology employed is more sophisticated and lethal than Hitler, Mao, Stalin and Pol Pot combined. In his essay “There Will Be No Second American Revolution,” Whitehead uses the recent political conventions as a backdrop. He informs his readers that both Cleveland and Philadelphia were each given a grant of “$50 million in security funds.” These funds, as Whitehead reports, provides a “foretaste” of what the government will do with those who disagree:

“They will be censored, silenced, spied on, caged, intimidated, interrogated, investigated, recorded, tracked, labeled, held at gunpoint, detained, restrained, arrested, tried and found guilty.”

So what will come first: the planned economic implosion which will lead to desperate, hungry people with families eager to be taken to FEMA camps for their fluoridated water and GMO cheese, or the raids and executions of the dissidents? Perhaps they will juxtapose simultaneously as America exhales a dying breath.









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