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Does STL Really Need Military on the Streets?

Notice the “Internment-styled” camp behind the badger

As it was long ago spoken, “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” By now it is no secret in St. Louis from 21-29 of this month the military police from Ft. Meade, MD are training our local 345th company to become more efficient in driving armored weaponized vehicles in urban areas. Like many cities around the country, civil unrest exercises have been increasingly common place and we are no exception.

Apparently most of the urban training will be carried out in the 6th district (Baden, Calvary-Bellefontaine Cemeteries, Mark Twain, Mark Twain I-70, North Point, North Riverfront, O’Fallon Park, Penrose, Penrose Park, Riverview, Walnut Park East, Walnut Park West and portions of O’Fallon) while the highway miles will be on I-270. Every night they will be parking these very same vehicles in an undisclosed location in St. Charles County.

Not a surprise to locals, these drills will be taking place in “working poor” class neighborhoods riddled with crime and drugs. Of course these types of operations never seem to take place in affluent neighborhoods similar to Brentwood or Creve Coeur. Rather, they strategically pick places with a high density of minorities who, already in STL, is barricaded in on countless blocks like a bunch of animals. What were once open streets are now obstructed by huge cement blocks and so the victims are punished for degenerate criminals and their impotent local government who could think of no other solution then to create a human zoo. But this is a whole other issue altogether.



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