By Anna Von Reitz
I was listening to a YouTube video by Roy Potter yesterday and he said something that people need to be reminded of--- something simple, but important. You have to protect yourself. You cannot depend on the local Sheriff or the police forces or even the military. Protecting you is not their job anymore.
There were a couple high profile cases back in the 1970’s that underscored this new reality in which it is no longer the job of the police to protect the public, and the courts came out in black and white and said so. If you are being robbed at gunpoint, a police officer can stand there and ignore the whole situation. Why? Because he is no longer employed in a truly public capacity.
He is working for a Municipal or Territorial corporation, under the same provisions as a security guard at Walmart. Even the Sheriffs no longer take proper public oaths of office. So this goes a long way toward explaining the lawlessness that infests the police and also the day to day experience of Joe Average American with the police.
These men are hired to enforce the “private law” and “public policies” of a British Crown corporation, not the Public Law owed to the people of this country. They are in fact acting as commercial mercenaries, whether they realize it or not. Like the Pinkerton Service, they are hired to protect the property interests of the corporations that employ them. If they also enforce the Public Law, that is merely their personal choice.
Sheriff Richard Mack went to the bother of nailing down the fact that is “okay” for these men to also enforce the Public Law, if they want to, by taking the matter all the way to the United States Supreme Court in Mack and Prinz v. USA, Inc.