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The reason I am not a snitch.

The reason that I am not a snitch. Someone recently reminded me of how important it was to start snitching. Yes in crack world maybe.

However in my world I am not a snitch and do not choose to be, because I am already too busy being a witness. I am too busy out testifying to the evils that are being committed. See I don’t need to be a snitch cause I am already a witness, but what’s the difference you ask?

http://www.sssw.ca

[quote]Witnessing teaches society to do what it has always been expected to do. Be a good neighbour, watch out for those around you. Protect them and care about them like you would for yourself. It’s all about freedom to stand up against the oppression of criminal elements in society. Being a witness does not bound and entrap, it’s about being free and helping out those around you. Witnessing shows that you care about your friends, family and the society at large. It’s noble because the goal is to protect, assist and keep our community safe.

Snitching advocates the fact that you do not have to respect the laws of society, you just have to be willing to snitch when the time comes. Snitching does not foster moral or social responsibility for criminal actions. It fosters a lack of community trust, and shows that law officials will willingly turn a blind eye to the crimes of snitches, and let them walk free in society, or have reduced jail sentences. It’s used to help criminals set up and inform on other criminals, and sometimes on the innocent.

Witnessing does not stop the police from doing their jobs, in fact it fosters community corporation because the community sees criminals being put away. There are no dirty under handed deals enslaving members of their communities to become informants and so it fosters a sense of trust with the very people who citizens are suppose to be able to trust.

Snitching destroys families and communities. It does this by making the young men and woman in those societies untrustworthy. It encourages backstabbing and betrayal of friends, family, strangers. It’s puts societies that are already strained into even more strained circumstances. Snitching creates mental slaves, who willingly or unwillingly sell their souls to the system for reduced sentences, or freedom from iron prisons.

Witnessing allows the police to do the work that they were hired to do. It puts the proper amount of power back in the hands our legal justice system.

Snitching allows police and prosecutors to get into a vicious and relentless cycle of dependency. It teaches police an addictive reliance on criminal informants for the conviction of other criminals. It teaches them to be lazy and to trust the untrustworthy. Most times to the detriment of the very societies they are sworn to serve and to protect.

Witnesses help and keep society safe and like wise they should be protected by the community they risk their lives to keep safe, and by the law enforcement persons assigned to those communities. These are the people that should be getting immunity and full protection from law enforcement. This form of community corporation is helpful and it fosters good will in society. We learn to trust that wrongs will be made right and those that commit crimes will pay for them. It’s a cohesive force that holds society together.

Snitching is being used to destroy the moral fibers of society. It’s being used to put criminals on the street with full immunity from crimes they might commit or have committed, because they are snitching on others. It’s a devious dragnet that is creating and endless army of slave informants for the law enforcement community. It’s causing devastation in some communities, and it’s doing more harm than good.

When a society sees that criminals can be put back on the street and protected for their past crimes and future crimes, it erodes the morals of that society. People learn to not trust or respect law enforcement and they also learn to not corporate with law enforcement, cause how can you trust someone who employs the services of paid criminals?

Witnessing is all about liberation and being free, snitching is mental slavery that leaves individuals owned and trapped in a perpetual cycle that hurts society at large. Cases are being solved, but at what cost to the society, morally and ethically?

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See people think that snitching is really doing society a lot of good, but as I have blogged about before it’s no such thing. Snitching is ruining society and many communities, but very few people have brought the issue into the forefront.

What has been said before is that people who get caught in criminal acts, murder, rape, pedophiles, drug dealers, etc are getting sweet deals and they are getting off, or getting out early, they go back out into these communities and commit high rates of crime, thus people get scared and they want the police to do something to help them. These criminals do not get arrested again, because they are police controlled informants, and so they often end up terrorising these communities, driving up the rates of crime in a society. It then creates a need for these Citizen Informant Programs and gives people the impression that snitching is a good thing. Being a good neighbour is the only thing that has ever been required.

I am doing that, I am being a good neighbour, when I see something that I don’t think it right, I write about it, blog about it, talk to people about it.

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2007/08/05/meet-your-meat/

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2008/09/15/9-year-old-in-american-prison-camps/

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2008/09/11/conspiracy-of-two/

If I saw someone hurt in my community I would look out for them, and my community. That is what I do, that is my responsibility. I however do not need to be part of a snitching system to do this, and if society has brain washed some members into thinking that is what is necessary to feel safe, then I feel truly sorry for them.

“Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
Benjamin Franklin,

And they shall have neither. In the end you will be the vehicles of your own enslavement and you will have no one to blame but yourselves. Be good citizens, look out for each other, respect and care for one another, if you see something that is not right do your duty as a citizen, speak out, testify, but you never have to be in a controlled program to do you essential human duty.

I am too busy being a witness, whistle-blower, light, town crier, etc. I am doing what I am meant to be doing, and I never have to be a snitch to do what is required of me. These lessons use to be taught in the schools, when we use to let God into the schools, they were the most basic lessons, do unto others as you would have done unto you. Basic morality use to be taught, and I think it use to make us more free, more human, more decent to one another, but I have not see that for a long time.

Therefore snitch if you want to snitch, but as for me, I will serve God.

Joshua 24:14-24

September 19, 2008 - Posted by | Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, community policing, Controlled society, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, judas, Laws, Neighbours, slavery, slaves, Snitches, Stop snitching, Surveillence | , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Yes, there is a difference between snitching and being a witness. Some people don’t see the difference. If someone in power is doing something wrong, we must be willing to stand up and say no. It is easier to ignore or shut up about the bullying, but that only enables powerful bullies. Silence makes it so they can pick on anyone. It takes more courage to say enough is enough- you can’t treat people this way. There are laws in place that can’t be broken, even by people in power. Writers must be protected by wayward publishers (Eddie DeGarmo) who think they can do whatever they want. They hack computers and invade your life with total immunity.

    Comment by wow | March 26, 2010 | Reply


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