Should We Just Follow Orders? Rules of Engagement for Resisting the Police State

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The Rutherford Institute
By John W. Whitehead

american police state

“Let your motto be resistance! resistance! Resistance! No oppressed people have ever secured their liberty without resistance.”—Abolitionist Henry Highland Garnet

The perils of resisting the police state grow more costly with each passing day, especially if you hope to escape with your life and property intact. The thing you must remember is that we’ve entered an age of militarized police in which we’re no longer viewed as civilians but as enemy combatants.

Take, for example, Mary Elizabeth VandenBerg who was charged with disturbing the peace, a crime punishable by up to 93 days in jail and a $500 fine, for daring to vocalize her frustrations over a traffic ticket by reading a prepared statement to the court clerk and paying her $145 traffic ticket with 145 one-dollar bills. VandenBerg was also handcuffed, tasered and pepper sprayed for “passively” resisting police by repeatedly stopping…

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3 thoughts on “Should We Just Follow Orders? Rules of Engagement for Resisting the Police State


  1. Flexyourrights.org tells you how to deal with cops and win.

    My favorite words are, “am I being detained or am I free to go”… but then, I know my rights.
    Do you?
    If not… Learn what your rights are and BE POLITE… always.

    • Yes, I know what my rights are. The police stopped me in Arizona and made me get on the ground with my hands on top of my head. I was polite and did not say a word, only what is required of me. They let me go. They stopped me for absolutely no reason.

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