An Army of U.S. Occupation

• Zionist groups want to turn U.S. cops into trained killers.

By Ronald L. Ray —

It is no secret that law enforcement in recent decades has changed in the United States. The increasing surveillance and violence employed against peaceful citizens, including children, is well documented. Gone is the friendly cop on the beat, replaced by militarized officers dressed in black, lacking identifying badges, who are trained to shoot first rather than seek peaceful de-escalation of conflict and minimal use of force. A key reason, carefully obscured by mainstream presstitutes, is the growing number of American police either trained in Israel or in America with the same Israeli methods of “pacification” employed against Palestinians.

The U.S.- and Israeli-sponsored false-flag terror attacks of September 11, 2001 opened the floodgates to exploitation and profiteering by the greedy military-industrial-security complex, both in America and Israel. Arms manufacturers and training consultants have sought every opportunity to expand their clientele, and this includes local and state law enforcement and various federal agencies.

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It is true that the Israelis are not the only influence contributing to growing police brutality and killings of “suspects.” The Pentagon’s Excess Property Program, or 1033 program, which encourages state, county, and local law enforcement to purchase surplus U.S. military and paramilitary equipment at minimal cost, also results in an “If you have it, use it” mentality—just what the “defense” industry ordered.

But it is likewise no accident that police in America increasingly are equipped and behave identically to Israeli occupation forces in the state of Palestine. The manufacturers and suppliers are often the same.

The training is also increasingly the same. And while the numbers of law enforcement officials actually sent to Israel seem small—typically underreported as “at least 300”—that is only the tip of the iceberg. The key numbers are significantly higher. High enough, indeed, that William A. Jacobson at the “Legal Insurrection” website wrote a July 18, 2016, hasbara piece, claiming the matter is just a “conspiracy theory” with “anti-Israel” and “anti-Semitic” roots. Is he worried the truth is getting out?

Apparently the state of Israel is worried. Its embassy declined to respond to AMERICAN FREE PRESS’s questions about the matter.

Jacobson zeroes in on a key whistleblower, Max Blumenthal, using typical Zionist disinformation and misdirection techniques to try to undermine the latter’s devastating December 2011 exposé of the “Israelification of American domestic security.”

In 2007, Israeli dual-citizen and then-Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff ordered U.S.-Israeli cooperation and cross-training in security and “counter-terrorism” efforts. But it was already well underway.


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Blumenthal quotes Karen Greenberg, the director of Fordham School of Law’s Center on National Security: “After 9-11 . . . [t]he training in Iraq and Afghanistan on torture was Israeli training. There’s been a huge downside to taking our cue from the Israelis and now we’re going to spread that into the fabric of everyday American life?”

Immediately after 9-11, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) fostered training in Israel of leading U.S. police and security officials. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the American Jewish Committee’s Project Interchange have since also joined the list of “private” organizations Contributing, both financially and logistically, to the Israelification of all levels of law enforcement.

Blumenthal continues, “Through its Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP), JINSA claims to have arranged Israeli-led training sessions for over 9,000 American law enforcement officials at the federal, state, and municipal level.” That’s significantly more than 300, and sufficient to have a major national impact when the trainees pass on the dubious skills to their departments.


Many examples of police brutality, in fact, show this influence, as officers have adopted the violent, painful methods of Israeli “martial arts” employed by the Zionist occupation government to subdue Palestinians. JINSA-Israeli training was at the heart of police cruelty to protestors in the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Not to be outdone, “Through the ADL’s Advanced Training School course on Extremist and Terrorist Threats, over 700 law enforcement personnel from 220 federal and local agencies including the FBI and CIA have been trained by Israeli police and intelligence commanders,” writes Blumenthal.

That’s not all. The ADL’s David C. Friedman crowed to The Jerusalem Post in September 2015 that they “come back and they are Zionists.” Clearly, there is propaganda akin to brainwashing at work, too. The ADL claims, “In 2010 alone, we trained more than 10,500 law enforcement officers from all over the country.” They also have indoctrinated over 70,000 law enforcement personnel in “lessons of the Holocaust.”

Given those numbers, it should be no surprise that innocent citizens are too often treated as enemies by police and Homeland Security officials, subjected to the same militaristic brutalization by law enforcement officers as Israel metes out to nearly defenseless Palestinians.

From New York to Los Angeles, Chicago to Dallas, and Detroit to Atlanta to Miami, as well as in countless smaller cities and counties, American and Israeli Zionists have turned police into an occupation army ready to oppress U.S. citizens.

One brave soul posted an important petition at, requesting a federal ban on police training by the war-criminal state of Israel. It is well worthy of support, but it can only be symbolic: too little and too late.

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Ronald L. Ray is a freelance author and an assistant editor of THE BARNES REVIEW. He is a descendant of several patriots of the American War for Independence.

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