Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 1 Num. 83

("Quid coniuratio est?")

Transcript of a talk given by officer Jack McLamb (retired) of the Phoenix Police Department.

Biographical note: Officer McLamb was one of the most highly decorated members (if not the most highly decorated) of the Phoenix Police Department. Besides many acts of heroism, officer McLamb is also the originator of the "Officer Friendly" program, a program in which police officers visit school children to help them be better acquainted with the police. Officer McLamb was disabled in the line of duty and is now retired from the Phoenix Police Department. He currently hosts a radio show which can be heard Monday through Friday, 7 pm cst, on WWCR, 5.810 mHz shortwave.


Now. We're comin' right down to what Bill Clinton has in mind, and Hillary Rodham Clinton has in mind, for our nation.

Well their plan is to continue setting up a system in America where, number one, they can control every police agency across this nation. And number two, they can set a plan together to remove every gun away from the American people. This is a very vital part of their plan! It is so vital, folks, [that] they cannot go forward, they cannot go forward, until they somehow get all the police in the nation together that will react at the same time, at the same moment, and create the same activity on the west coast and do the same activity on the east coast, in the north and the south of this nation, at the same instant moment.

For example: if we wanted to, as law enforcement people -- or let's say if we were directed to -- come and get the guns of the American people... Or, perhaps before that, if we were to have to go and pick up all the "crazy" radical right-wing fanatics in the nation one early morning, like 4 o'clock in the morning when all of you [were] in bed, maybe -- We would have to be totally synchronized across this nation! How can you have this happen in L.A. two hours after it happens on the east coast?! You can see what would happen. Word would spread so fast, you'd have a revolution in one part of the country! So it has to be done, synchronized, at the same moment.

So how are they going to do that? Well number one, they have to be able to standardize every policy and procedure across the nation in every law enforcement department.

Now they tried it with LEAA. Some of you will remember that name. The Law Enforcement Assistance Administration was set up, it was set up specifically for two reasons. The Law Enforcement Assistance Administration was set up for two reasons, and two reasons only. And that was, to remove the guns away from the American people, put a plan together to do this. And number two, to set up a national police force.

Now. Let's take "national police force" first. How were they going to do that? Two ways: They were going to fund, put federal funds into, every law enforcement agency across this nation, until they could gain total control over those police agencies. So LEAA started doing that. They had millions and millions and millions of dollars pumped into every small and large police department across this nation. And they did gain great control over those agencies. It's just like, here in Arizona, we're now being told by the federal government what to do. And if we don't do it, they're gonna take our highway funds away from us, and they're gonna take this fund, or they're gonna do that to us. The same thing they've been [doing] on the other political levels, they did in law enforcement in the early 70s -- started funding crime prevention programs and equipment for law enforcement agencies across the nation.

Well that was very successful. In the Phoenix Police Department, I remember one lieutenant telling me one time, "Jack, go out and spend this money." I was working in the area of crime prevention, and he was working in the area of community service, in the Phoenix Police Department. And this lieutenant told us all, "Listen. We've got all this money left. We'll you've gotta get out and spend it, 'cause if it's not spent before the end of the fiscal year, we won't get that money back next year." So we had to find ways to go out and spend this money so we could get it back next year.

So it was highly successful. But then the second thing LEAA got in trouble for: They figured the way they'd set up a national police force is they would standardize every policy and procedure in every agency across the nation. Well, how were they gonna do it? What they did was, they decided that they would send out a model to all the departments to show how they could "professionalize" {1} and become a more "professional" {2} police agency if they would standardize every policy and procedure.

There's an organization that was called a radical, "crazy", anti- communist organization, called the John Birch Society. And they were called all kinds of names. And they discovered this plot to set up a national police force. And they started a program, the John Birch Society did, called "Support Your Local Police and Keep Them Independent." Some of you will remember the bumper stickers.

But they stopped that. And our "good" President -- quote/unquote "good" President, Ronald Reagan -- told us that he disbanded the LEAA. Because he felt that the American people wanted that done.

He didn't disband it. He took the name off of it, took half of it into the Justice Department and put half of it under a new program, that was created just a few years before, called FEMA -- the Federal Emergency Management Agency. And LEAA's whole internal organization is still alive and well today.

But they knew that they could not set up a national police force and standardize every policy and procedure through the government any longer! So what happened? In the late 70s, five police organizations, five private police organizations... and I think I have [...pauses...] yeah. I have their names right here. You should know about this. All of a sudden, five private, private, police organizations came up with this idea of standardizing every policy and procedure in every police department across the nation. Here's those organizations:

The International Association of Chiefs of Police. Now that is a pro-Marxist organization if you ever see one. Because you think, "International Chiefs of Police". There are more pro- Marxist chiefs of police around this world than there are Republicans or conservatives or anti-communist police chiefs. So of course, you have an "International Chief of Police Association," the votes are going to go toward the left and not towards center or to the right.

Another is PERF, the Police Executive Research Forum. That's a think tank for police officers and police associations.

And the National Sheriffs Association -- which is a pretty good organization. Sheriffs, of course, are more independent. Why? Because you vote them in office. Right? Police chiefs are all appointed by leftist city councils, just like in this city. All right? So you don't have anything to say about who your police chief is. And so you're going to find sheriffs, who you elect, are more in tune with what you want in America and what your goals and desires are, than police chiefs.

O.K. The next organization was the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives.

Now these five organizations just mysteriously came up with an idea, all together, that they were going to "professionalize" all the police agencies in the united States. And how were they gonna "professionalize" them? Well, they were going to "accredit" them. They were gonna "accredit" them, if they would standardize every policy and procedure in their police agencies.

Isn't this interesting.

And so we had, since the early... or late 70s, police chiefs working together -- leftist police chiefs. One was a chief by the name of Ruben Ortega -- some of you might remember that name. He travels under the tag of "Republican," but he's never been Republican according to this old Republican. And he was one of the people instrumental in starting this program called CALEA.

So these five police agencies started an organization called CALEA, and that is called the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies. Now basically, it does the exact same thing that the old LEAA was doing, but the John Birch Society caught and got them shut down on that part of their program.

But now the government, this conspiratorial, subrosa government, the one government below -- or let's say above -- the government you and I see; the puppets out there that are dancing and saying, "We're your elected representatives," when they're not (they actually work for this subrosa government); they decided that they'd have to do the standardization through the private sector. So they had these five police organizations say that every police organization in the united States, [every] agency, has to be "professionalized" so that we can do something about the crime and the drug problem.

So CALEA was started. And they've been very successful. There's thousands of police agencies. Thanks to chief Ruben Ortega, the Phoenix Police Department is now accredited through CALEA; we are now ready for the national police force. Because we've standardized every policy and procedure. The Sheriffs Department in [unclear] county is now in CALEA; they've standardized every policy and procedure. So Phoenix is pretty ready, aren't we? To be part of the national police force for the... uh, what do we call it? Martial law is what you call that. Once the national police force is all set up, you'll have martial law.

[ be continued...]

---------------------------<< Notes >>--------------------------- {1} "...professionalize..." This word, "professional", was very big when I was in grad school just these past couple years. The apprenticeship phase had us as instant "colleagues". Here I was, a former nobody from the midwest, arrived at the fabled university: Son, you're a "colleague" now; these others are your "colleagues". Hot damn! Then they started giving me this "act like a professional" stuff. What it boils down to is that you wear a mask of professionalism; you act like a robot whenever you are in front of the public. But when you are alone with your colleagues, you can tear each other's hair out.

{2} "...professional..." Like "The Rose Law Firm: A Professional Association", or so says the sign out front. Sorry Mr. Scarecrow, the Wizard can't give you a brain. But he can make you a professional. Sorry Mr. Tin Man, the Wizard can't give you a heart. But he can give you a testimonial.

Remember, kiddies: Be like the lawyers and the doctors and the congress critters -- act professional. (And I do mean act.)

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