Police Terrorize Students With Staged Shooting Drill
Chris | InformationLiberation
Police at North Lake College staged an "active shooter drill" in the middle of a school day with almost no one getting prior warning, even faculty members, leaving dozens of students terrorized thinking they could be killed at any moment.
An armed man who burst into a classroom at Elizabeth City State University was role-playing in an emergency response drill, but neither the students nor assistant professor Jingbin Wang knew that.
"I was prepared to die at that moment," Wang said Tuesday. [...]students said they were prepared to jump out of a window.
These drills are all about teaching citizens to submit to authority, if they actually cared about safety, they'd allow people to arm themselves. Instead, they tell everyone to turn their lights off, lock their doors, and bunch up into a corner to form a massive target. It's just like the old nuclear scare-orism drills they had kids perform in the past where they told them to go under their desks, they knew at the time that would have no effect, they just wanted everyone to know they could die at any moment and only the government can protect them.
As the dictator said in the movie V for Vendetta:
"I want this country to realize that we stand on the edge of oblivion. I want every man, woman and child to understand how close we are to chaos. I want everyone to remember why they need us!"
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