Pre-Crime Task Force through TAPS Act?

H.R. 838, the Threat Assessment, Prevention, and Safety (TAPS) Act

  • Will identify a behavioral threat assessment and management process that can be adapted and used across the nation while recognizing the unique needs of different communities
  • Will provide States the training, resources, and support needed to stand up community-based, multidisciplinary behavioral threat assessment and management unit
  • Recognizes that the behavioral threat assessment and management concept should become part of the culture and fabric of contemporary law enforcement
  • Urges that this is a matter of national security..… (Read more)

Compare Law to Science Fiction

Pre-crime intervenes to punish, disrupt, incapacitate or restrict those deemed to embody future crime threats. The term pre-crime embodies a temporal paradox, suggesting both that a crime has not occurred and that the crime that has not occurred is a foregone conclusion. _ from the Minority Report.

George Orwell introduced a similar concept in a novel using the term thoughtcrime to describe illegal thoughts which held banned opinions about the ruling government or intentions to act against it. A large part of how it differs from pre-crime is in its absolute prohibition of anti-authority ideas and emotions, regardless of the consideration of any physical revolutionary acts. However, Orwell was describing behavior he saw in governments of his day.

The Law of the Land

As the last Nation anchored on Principles of Liberty, the United States of America tops the charts when it comes to civilian gun ownership. It is said that nearly 90 million citizens own nearly 700 million firearms, and keep over 13 billions rounds of ammo. Considering a population of 326 million, this means that one out of four (1/4) American owns an average of 12 guns. Yet, the US ranks 94th in the World for intentional homicide, behind Canada (91). For the most part, 90 million law abiding citizens murder no one in their life times. Whereas criminals or felons (individuals banned from owning guns) do commit the bulk of the murders.

Why is the US the Nation with the most gun owners?

  1. The Declaration of Independence“… whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government…”
  2. The Bill of Rights, and more specifically the 2nd Amendment.

A Government bent on violating our unalienable Rights.

For over a Century, a Cabal, or should I say the Cabal, strove to reduce this mighty USA to a region of their desired New World Order. The 1900’s saw flurries of infringements (17th Amendment to the Constitution in 1913; Revenue Act of 1913; Federal Reserve Act of 1913; Social Security Act of 1935; Medicare 1966; Automatic Weapons Ban of 1994).

And now, with Red Flag Laws already instituted in several states, the Federal Government wants to make a system that would force all other states to adopt laws infringing the rights of law abiding citizens based on behavior.

The pretext is to prevent identified mental disorder individuals from committing atrocities, although the National Instant Criminal Background Check is already in use. They need to go further, and the ultimate Goal is a Nationwide Gun Confiscation. The American people are not open to the Geopolitical move to Globalism. Most still hang to their beloved Nation and do not want to become a region of The Global Government.


Gun confiscation has already turned deadly, when enforcing Maryland’s Red Flag Law. How many will be killed during those selective Gun Confiscations? How many enforcers will be killed? After how many deaths will the citizenry organize and fight back?

It is shown that only 3% of the American Colonists fought the War of Independence. If one were to consider that only 3% of gun owners will take part in an effort to block Government’s encroachment of Liberty, that’d still count 2.7 million Rebels to Gun Confiscation. Would that include active Military personnel in favor of Liberty?

The shot heard round the world took place on April 19, 1775 after British troops searching for ammunition stockpiles in Concord encountered the local minutemen.

The battle came to be known as the Battle of Concord. Several of the British soldiers were killed during the battle and the battle itself was considered the first victory in the fight for America’s independence.

As a result, the battle inadvertently kick started not only the Siege of Boston but the Revolutionary War as well.

Why is Gun Confiscation so important to the Cabal?

What is the ultimate goal of World Governance? – Total control of the populations.

Can World governance be set in motion today? – No, not until the US is brought down.

Can we see steps taken towards World Governance? – Yes, the UN Agenda 21, is already set in motion in most communities.

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