Police State: What is a police Officer? - History of forced compliance to the accumulated wealth elite29/06/2014 03:01
(1086) The system of maintaining public order since the genocide of the Norman conquest was a private system of tithing’s (a grouping of ten slave households under the Frankpledge each was accountable for every member of the group and could be punished as a group for the conduct of a single member) led by a constable; more common was that local lords and nobles were responsible to maintain order in their lands, and often appointed a constable, overseen by sheriffs or reeves, sometimes unpaid, to enforce their legislative law.
The term ‘Law’ originates through the fiction of ownership, its original meaning was ‘Lord’; the landlords ‘word’ was law; the true term, that law is used in place of, is ‘Axiom’, meaning a self-evident truth that requires no proof, a universally accepted principle or rule. The axioms of the land, the natural axioms, that all of mankind are bound by, are inalienable and immutable across the entire earth.
Constable - (retainer, staff member, literally 'companion of the horse stable') - an officer of high rank in medieval monarchies, usually the commander of all armed forces, especially in the absence of the ruler.(1660's) In the city of London, night watchmen were the first paid law enforcement body in the country, augmenting the force of unpaid constables. They guarded the streets since 1663. They were later nicknamed 'Charlies', probably after the reigning monarch King Charles II.In 1737, George II began paying some London and Middlesex watchmen with tax moneys, beginning the shift to centralised government funding.In 1749 Henry Fielding began organizing a force of quasi-professional constables known as the Bow Street Runners (men who would solve petty crime for a fee).
King William IV (1765 – 1837), whose constables were an early form of police, who referred to themselves as 'us peacemakers and all our bill of authority'. Constables of the watch were sometimes nicknamed for the bills, or billhooks they carried as weapons, "Old Bill" a term whose origins are uncertain.
The word "police" was introduced from France into the English language in the 18th century, notably from Nicolas Delamare's Traité de la Police ("Treatise on the Police"), first published in 1705.
By the early 19th century London, with a population of nearly a million and a half people, was policed by 450 constables and 4,500 night watchmen. Their effectiveness was weakened because they belonged to different organisations, all jealous of their own powers.
The formation of the Metropolitan Police Force was on 29 September 1829 by Sir Robert Peel (Bobbies from Robert, or Peelers). The Mayor of, and the Corporation of the City of London refused to be part of a London-wide force, so the City of London was not included, but covering an area 7 miles radius from the centre, later extended to 15 miles and controlled from Scotland Yard at 4 Whitehall Place.
In 1835, 178 new borough councils were set up under the Metropolitan Corporation Act, and in 1839 the Rural Constabulary Act allowing them to form their own police forces so allowing the birth of the modern 'corporate' police.In the 19th century the "Met" was responsible directly to the Home Secretary, whereas today it answers to the Mayor of London. And in 1890, control was transferred to New Scotland Yard at The Norman Shaw Building SW1, now situated at 8-10 Broadway, Westminster SW1.
What is a modern Police Officer?
All police officers of the Crown Corporation must swear an oath to act for the Crown Corporation of the City State of London, the corporate fiction is the title Queen, or King if a male fiction is required, this works much as the title Mr, or Mrs replacing a man/woman with a legal fiction, before they can serve the Corporation, as do all Members of Parliament. Their function, which requires no injured parties to act against any individual, as an officer of the Crown; they only enforce the rules of the Corporation and collect revenues on its behalf, through the enforcement of corporate government contracts (legislation) and to protect the assets of the corporate government including human resources, and through the threat of force compel performance or compliance, as an agent for the extraction of revenue for the Crown Corporation. They have NO requirement of the natural/common law DUTY OF CARE to protect the people!
(ref:’No Duty of Care’ - https://www.bailii.org/uk/cases/UKHL/1987/12.htmlhttps://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2008/39.html )
This means it would be almost impossible to bring a case against the police, as they had no duty of care to hold them to account, as they do not lawfully act, they merely legally impose the rules of the corporation. So if they murder a man, like for example Jean Charles de Menezes, the murderers acting under the corporate contract would not be held to account, in fact as with the Officers who murdered de Menezez they are promoted and rewarded.
The IPCC recorded 92 “Deaths during or following police CONTRACT” in 2010, how many the result of criminal behaviour?
Nearly 2 deaths per week!In the USA the city State Corporation is Washington DC, 10 square miles that functions under the same model and concepts. The Crown Corporation functions in the nation States of the, so called, 'Common Wealth'.Over the past five years 2005 -2010 in the United States the approx. 740,000 Police (policy) officers serving the corporation, the combined total of those 5 years whom have died while employed (the majority of deaths having nothing to do with a violent crime):
1. Firearms (6,846 or 49%)
2. Automobile Accidents (2,090 or 15%)
3. Motorcycle Accidents (1,022 or 7%)
4. Struck by Vehicle (955 or 7%)
5. Job-related Illness (588 or 4%)
6. Aircraft Accidents (311 or 2%)
7. Stabbings (197 or 1%)
8. Fall (147 or 1%)
9. Drowning (142 or 1%)
10. Beaten (134 or 1%)
Sadly the number of victims killed by Police Officers in the United States each year is never released, they seem to want to hide the figures.
What does the word Police mean?
An enforcer of policies, the title of "Police” came from "policies": c.1530 essentially the same word as policy.Policy - a document containing a contract of insurance (insurance - security against loss or death in exchange for payment" is from 1651.Assurance was the older term for this (late 16c.). - The act of conveying (to transfer or transmit property or property rights to another) real property: an assurance that a condition will be fulfilled: an agreement by which one person undertakes to secure another in the possession or enjoyment of real property.
What does the word Officer mean?
Officer - from officials - a person appointed to an office, charged with certain duties prescribed or recognized as authorized.Office - a special duty, charge, or position conferred by 'governmental authority'
(Policy system by which a body of people is administered and regulated from written statements): a special duty or position of authority: an office of trust.
Trust - "businesses organized to reduce competition" 1877: a person who is responsible for the property of another: a fiduciary relationship in which one party holds legal title to another's property for the benefit of a party who holds equitable title to the property (to understand this read: 'The Onion of Ownership')
Fiduciary - a position of authority who obligates himself or herself to act on behalf of another (as in managing money or property), making decisions and obligations for another, that are binding upon that party without their consent.
Police Officer = corporate policy enforcer through the threat of force.
A Police Officer is not lawful!
The Lawful model is peace maker
Peace maker - A man/woman or group that tries to make peace, especially by reconciling parties who disagree, quarrel, or fight.
Peace - A state of mutual harmony between people or groups through Natural Axioms of the land known as natural rights which are inalienable, universal and sadly not widely understood; the enforcement of natural rights through victim remedy is the ONLY EQUITABLE SYSTEM.
Explained below is the Polycentric communities method of remedy for a wrongful act, whose actions are based upon natural law, beyond the remedy to the victim, the remedy to the culpable:
When someone does something hurtful and wrong, they take the person to the centre of town, the heart of the community, and the entire community comes and surrounds them. For two days different men/women tell the man/woman every good thing they have ever done.The community believes that every member of the family of Adam comes into the world as Good, each of us desiring safety, love, peace, happiness. But sometimes in the pursuit of those things people make mistakes.The community sees misdeeds as a cry for help. They band together for the sake of their fellow man/woman to hold them up, to reconnect them with their true Nature, to remind them who they really are, until they fully remember the truth from which they’d temporarily been disconnected: “I AM GOOD”.
For a system like this to function the founding contract to natural rights any community must exclude Jinn (clinical Psychopaths), these people must be identified and excluded from the community as they, as a soulless beings, cannot interact as anything but parasites, draining goodness and love from the world.
Why the Police Exist: https://bit.ly/9mltV2
Why All Police Are Bad For Society: https://is.gd/k4OT8Our
Enemies in Blue: https://is.gd/6NF15Y
Never Talk to the Police: https://is.gd/IKoFcR
How to Record the Police: https://bit.ly/aWcHXx
How to Fuck the Police: https://bit.ly/ay2BRC
Dealing with Crime in a Free Society (Without State Police):https://bit.ly/djLAdF
Alternatives in a World Without Police: https://bit.ly/cUejvu