Watch For Antics
Watch for Antics  seen in blue italics note areas in some police names sections on the website.  They are often opinion- based, instinctive or intuitive ideas that there might be irregularities or quirks in this issue, although usually there are no actual known information or concrete facts.  It’s a hunch something might be off here and that it might follow certain trajectories. FOCAL POINT Keep always in the backs of your minds the following: We want the truth, not a dramatic revision of the facts Organized crime is afoot and can and often does interfere with any and all aspects of a case Some of the ways in which organized crime works can have a “far zone” aspect to it which does not follow a western analytical mindset, it can take on a dance of its own, can have dark humor, mystical or quirky aspects Emotion-Hinging Slant    (Found in dark pink)   In addition to antics, watch for words in the media which redirect our focus and emotions toward a desired sensibility or orientation.   It is not that the writers are necessarily off base with their ideas or intentions.  What we have to watch for is how we might be persuaded to choose one of a variety of possible responses or conclusions to the situation at hand.  Emotionally driving content can usurp our objectivity.  In addition, as part of the antics aspect of this section, in the hands of professionals, anti-American agendas can be played out through the media in ways calculated to persuade large groups of people that America is hapless, shot, abusive and its legal system full of holes and often wrong.  What better way to encourage support of criminals and those bent on taking down the USA?  Emotion can play a part in persuading people to believe certain ideas even if they do not have adequate facts. False media, whether or not it arrives on our doorstep with an emotion-hinging slant, can include something like this from the Denver Post: (2017/10/11) Police officers lives at risk false media narrative http://www.denverpost.com/2017/10/11/police-officers-lives-are-at-risk-because-of-a-false-media-narrative/ Here is an excellent portrayal of false media using racial tensions as the backdrop: From (2016) Black LIES Matter, by Taleeb Starkes. Excerpt from one of the first parts of this  book: Have you noticed the persistent pattern of outrage that manifests from the black community whenever a black life is taken from a white person, especially a white cop?  Also, have you noticed the same culture-vultures arrive without hesitation to gluttonously feast during these incidents? They figuratively pick apart the black body until it is a carcass - leaving nothing for bacteria to compose.   These opportunists are arsonists, and their mission is to start racial infernos.  In other words, they racialize, not harmonize. Undoubtedly, you’ve noticed this trend - even if you are a bleeding-heart liberal.  One must understand that these “call to action’ reactions are not spontaneous.  They’re calculated maneuvers by an ever-present Race Grievance Industry (RGI) an industry whose only product is victimhood - and it’s manufactured without pause.  The RGI’s sole purpose is to profit from racial strife under the guise of pursuing racial peace.  Its modus operandi is rooted in a lie that refuses to die: blacks are permanent victims of racism, and no amount of effort will overcome it.  The lie is rinsed and repeated in different ways, but the message remains unchanged - America is a racist labyrinth specifically designed to stifle black advancement. From Amazon book information: In Chicago a.k.a “Chiraq," the first ten days of 2016 yielded 120 people shot. Baltimore’s 2015 ended as its bloodiest and deadliest year — on a per-capita basis. In 2014, Detroit’s police chief called upon law-abiding citizens to take arms against its burgeoning, violent, criminal subculture. Unfortunately, these cities aren’t anomalies. Year after year, a seemingly unshakable reality of violence plagues black communities nationwide. In fact, since 1980, blacks have routinely accounted for almost half of America’s annual homicide victims, and more than half of the perpetrators — all while being a minor thirteen percent of the national populace. Yet, a certain black-based industry — which specializes in nurturing comfortable lies while burying uncomfortable truths — propagates a notion that “racism” is the foremost issue facing black Americans, and white cops are blood-thirsty enforcers. Moreover, this cunning, race-peddling entity knows that it's easier to lie to blacks than to convince blacks that they've been lied to. Thus, black "lies" are good for business... black "lives" are good for nothing (except exploitation). added 2019/10/18.  This insert was originally put in the Christopher Oskins section but has been moved here for general discussion in the watch for antics material: In addition, we can ask if there have been several layers of dubbing by different hands over time.  One thing to ask is whether one officer is being replaced by another one in the imagery and discussion, including name changes.  We can ask if there is a fall guy.  If a given officer is the actual one in question, we can ask if he has had a history of similar issues.  The point here is that if a white officer or an honest officer is “odd man out” in a police force, he might be contending with gangs or biased people int he police force.  If a bad deed occurs surrounding another gang member, the biased police officers, or opposing gang members, might try to pin a rap on that “odd man out” police officer.  Perhaps one group of officers in New Mexico who keep getting targeted are white, but we need to stay open minded on this subject to not miss any race of honest police officer who might be targeted in this manner.  Two ideas were scoped in this discussion: a replacement cop to cover the actual wrongdoer, and also possible dubbed material overlaying earlier police camera footage.  Both of these ideas are an extension of other material here and throughout Police Factor, but are reapplied here to hone in on some concepts.  This is an also an extension of the “invisible fingers” idea found on River Gold, and the overall idea of “quirkiness” found in the list of what Police Factor is about.  -Out-victiming the victim: the new fake “victim.”  That is, the antic is about using a sense of persecution for high dramatic effect, even if the person believes it himself.  An example would be a person who blows an incident out of proportion and uses relatives and friends to back him up. In this case, it’s also when the person applies a certain approach on either someone of his own race or on another race; let’s say a Hispanic officer was berating a fellow officer, whether white or also Hispanic. If a white who was standing by watching speaks up about it and says the berating Hispanic officer is off base, the Hispanic then turns the issue around and name calls the fellow white officer as a white supremacist.  In other words he out- victims the actual victim, or pretends the white person has no right to speak up for the other guy he was berating.  When the Hispanic pulls in a group of people to back his side of the story up, you can suddenly find all these so-called supporters with an equal sense of victimization or high minded justice.  This antic has to be responded to by sensing: 1. high drama   2. exaggerations of lies to back up the “new” victim - the person the other guy or gal tried to stand up to for his doing bad things or being out of order  3. pulling in people to back his new story, people who lie or exaggerate, or indicate how great the officer is   4. a tendency to try your attention toward one thing and away from the actual facts of the incident and the actual complaints.  The idea is to get you believe the arguments based on emotion and a pre-arranged sense of justice and not on careful honest analysis based on facts.  By getting repondents stirred up, it can distract.  5. Drawing in an audience to back the dramatists version of the new so-called victim.  When we start catching the games starting to work themselves up, we can start applying counter-measures.  -added 2019/06/23  How does reverse discrimination and cultural differences create problems in New Mexico police forces: do whites get victimized?  Is their jealousy?  Where do cartels fit into this picture?  Two antics to consider:  whites sympathizing with tribes using corruption to get ahead over old white systems; one way is to hire non-white sympathizers as a white manager.  Another antic is to use extortion while under the thumb of HIspanic cartels. -added 2019/06/23 there are a list of antics in the River Gold rivergold.net’s psychic attack section.  Whether or not psychic or psychotronic material is involved, you can use the section to get a feeling for additional the games people play.  If you are psychic or open to the subject, start planning how you yourself could get across the anti-psychic barrier.  That is, if you are a police manager training police people, you know that you don’t want a world of cartels exercising psychic and/or psychotronic attacks on your trainees and officers out in the field.  You also don’t want dishonest cops in your outfit messing with other officers and the general public.  What kinds of things can you do to help bridge the gap in understanding about the psychic thing?  Start with the attitudes and approaches of the deepest cynics and write down your own notes on how they think and operate.  What kind of road blocks do they set up to further discussion and self-protective measures against psychic/psychotronic attack?  Do you personally understand the difference between a cynic and caution?  We all need to be cautious, but sometimes things can go too far.   -added 2019/06/12-13 monkeys in the tree top/background noise: consider evolutionary tendencies.  Something almost preternatural: that some Hispanic/Native behaviors include a shamanic link to the ancient ties to animals, the broader natural world and instinctive human behaviors, we can sense a rhythm to some behaviors that might otherwise invisible. Some of this might have been brought up from Mexico or South American during early New Mexican history.  Included with this is the idea of anima, where the soul of the animal-man might be tapped into or vibrated into movement.  For example, a shaman might move a cat across the room or to go sit on a person’s lap and cuddle.  That shaman might tap into a person’s anima to sense how he was thinking and where he was going during a crime.  This anima might be an animal-human pulse.  In some ways you might say it is the heart of the person.  It goes beyond words to feel this deeper aspect, and not all persons can do it.  But it links to the idea of the blood passion, where he or she is at in their truest most native aspect as well as their emotions. Watch for background players: that is, sensitively investigate into a group of players not immediately visible.  These can be network masters. They can be like smooth operating rings of swinging monkeys flashing in coordinated rhythm in the high tree canopies.  In the jungle, monkeys have a series of sounds, body language and scents (pheromones) and are sensitive to the same in other animals.  When warned, they instinctively shift tree limbs, move closer together as a concentrated group looking outward or farther apart as a fanned group circling around.  They also sound out various responses. When you are dealing with crime network masters, watch for background players in the sense the main guy or gal might not be doing the bad deed himself or herself directly, but can be quietly linked to sideline people who are.  There can be both verbal and non-verbal signals.  There can be pre-arranged plans for this specific issue, or generally pre-planned ideas about multiple scenarios.  They might be getting a new situation, but past experiences have created a mutual sense of how to respond quietly together without drawing attention to the fact they are in fact coordinated.  They have reached a point they instinctively know each other’s ways and how to respond.  So someone can be pulled over and beaten up and stolen from; the real players plant and say things to make it look like other members of the police force did it. They are good at staying in the background; they are background noise in the sense they were high performers but not easily discovered.  This can also hold true in faked court cases in which the same main (most apparently “clean”  looking) guy is suing the police department.  He sues with his player buddies in the background. No one knows they are around. He holds things together smoothly, presenting a faked professional presence.  They make it look like other members of the police force did it.  Quietly together they sue the rest of the police force and share the proceeds of the big bucks lawsuit.  In summary in this example: 1. a dirty cop works with a network of players but holds things together by not personally getting caught doing something.  He presents a smooth face.  The players can be inside and outside the police force.  2.  the same dirty cop sues against other police people and departments, pretending he was not involved in the bad deed, and they were; he then sues them for saying anything against him which would suggest he is lying; he acts victimized and sues for their retaliation against his “whistleblowing.”  This example is how a dirty cop can use the system and cover his player bodies, but also slip through the system as an abusive cop.   An Example of one way to investigate for background If Hispanic with Native American ties in New Mexico; as mentioned elsewhere, check for having a beef or chip on shoulder as deep-seated sense of racial injustice and abuse from older incidents in life: -check for Catholic sexual abuse - Irish, white Italian, etc. perpetrators, no one helped Hispanic/tribal member get out of abuse; the Hispanic Catholic abuse connection can be tied to hierarchies, power games, a sense of domination/submission, and learned habits about covert activities including keeping a smooth face on deeply troubled underwaters; the assumption everyone is dirty and can’t get out; an abiding anger over having been invisible as one of the “browns” with no healthy recourse for personal assistance -check for tribal connections linked to anti-American agendas -check for family or personal past abuse from whites - in public school, police -check for links to college professors with known La Raza or similar anti-American tendencies, especially if such are “helping” get the message out to the public through media - this can be an important source of ‘players’ We need to ask ourselves if the main player came from a highly abusive background; whether he personally is known to have received abusive discrimination from whites and therefore has a “chip on the shoulder” and whether there have been signs of being linked to Hispanic/Hispanic-tribal criminalistic networks inside or outside the force over his many years in law enforcement; whether he has a background with pueblos or other tribal peoples along with Hispanic ones and where his roots lead us. -added 2019/06/11: drug related antics between so-called good guy policing departments and other departments involving taking drugs away from that department to be used surreptitiously by the other department.  They  make the other department or police persons look like dirty cops needing outside intervention.  Follow the trail of the drugs between departments or agencies. Also watch for ring-involved police making arrests of non-police people to eliminate other drug competitors. -added 2019/06/10: be sensitive and aware of the concept of possible psychotronic voice to skull and non- technical psychic telepathic suggestions -added 2019/06/10: understand the idea of players; players on this website are linked to organized crime and gang networks -added 2019/06/10: know what information dominance is in terms of discrimination in which players try to suppress someone’s ideas and self-defense regarding racial bullying and other antics.  It can include non- white or white players, but the idea needs to be applied to racial bullying by Hispanic, tribal and other non- white groups more carefully with fresh eyes in modern times as demographics have often shifted. -added 2019/06/10: Watch for players, reverse discrimination, any racial type of discrimination involving religious networks, police surveillance rings around store franchises linked across town, including false witness and shallow/loose thinking in franchise-related incidents, often related to excessive hyper- vigilance by players in franchises because of all of shoplifting.  Speaking up on this does not mean you yourself shoplift, but they could try to pretend you do because you speak up that there is likely police related abuse.. -added 2019/06/10: Hispanic networks inside and outside the police in at least New Mexico and Arizona, including the Navajo-Hispanic continuum in the Farmington, New Mexico area, running antics against a targeted white person.  These networks can include Italian Mafia types connected to the Catholic Church, with all of it linked to Catholicism club ethno-religionism mentalities.  Watch for loose, shallow, overly quick ideas behind the idea to go after someone.  This can include following them around town using both police and non-police affiliates as a form of gangstalking.  Again, what you have to watch for are not only the networks themselves, but also the way the thinking is often unprofessional and shallow, using an emotionally driven vigilante system. There can also be a sense of elation in being told they can target a white for doing something by targeting that person in a way they feel has normally been reserved for “persons of color” to treat that person as small, dirty, unstable, mentally ill or otherwise a low-life.  There are various discussions of “low-lifing” and related topics on River GOLD (rivergold.net).  The shallow reasoning needs to be nipped in the bud by investigators, other members of law enforcement and other investigators.  Look for a variety of players, including Hispanic female detectives, male leaders in the local Catholic system, Hispanic male city bus drivers.  Part of it can be trying to force someone to “get Jesus” but it can involve much more than that.  The racial reasoning can be that a white has spoken up against reverse discrimination; in a one-sided information dominance mentality, the players not only try to shut that white up but also to go after that person on false pretenses, trying to make the situation and person look much worse than is actually the case. -police officers who are odd man out can be attacked from corrupt people within the department (one thing they might be doing is pinning it on someone else who is not a player) -sending someone else to talk to a member of the public who is going against the grain; this is really a power play and form of intimidation; the real instigators are hiding behind the person they send.  For example, if an instigator is a male supervisor, he might send in a woman; he might or might not tell her the real reason why he is doing this - he uses a secondary issue.  If a supervisor is Mexican or Native American, he might send in a young white male officer known to have strong sympathies for either or both races.  -organized crime buying people off to make up stories against a targeted individual; brokering future lawsuits by artificially building a “case” - ie, encouraging a non-white to build up a story against a white -machismo in largely Mexican American police departments in New Mexico, Arizona and parts of other areas in the Southwest; machismo is its own land of thorns, defiance and slippery trails and can make getting down to the nitty gritty (ie, facts and figures, who did what, etc.) extremely difficult. -watch for racially driven power trips; for example, a Navajo male can feel his family was part of a downtrodden class and now it’s their turn; he has a badge, fancy technical equipment (including surveillance) and a nice shiny, modern, powerful 4x4 department vehicle - he drives around town looking cool.  He alsohas a sense of Native pride in which he thinks it’s both his turn and the destiny of his people to take back their lands and take charge of an area; he feels he is a member of a protected class and that the American laws don’t apply as much to him - he knows white and Hispanic police officers have beaten up on members of his people and otherwise not played fair, so he feels he does not have to play fair with white members of the public.  He uses extensive tribal family member networks both inside and outside the police force to keep an eye on targeted people.  He thinks keeping an eye on someone means stalking them with every available means for trivial issues.  He spends more time stalking someone for speakingout against reverse discrimination or religion than trying to investigate real criminals in the area. The networks he uses to “keep an eye” on a target can include religious networks.  He might have been called on to keep an eye out might a white male Mormon with strong Native American ties, a member of this tribe or anyone else; he himself might not have instigated this, but then again, he might have. The networks can include people who work inside banks, the local post office, private or police shoplifting surveillance in grocery store chains and more.  Once he hits management, he makes sure he only hires Navajo first.  Navajo preference in hiring has become second nature and he doesn’t think anything about it. Based on his background, the religious connections could be Mormon, Catholic or fundamentalist Protestant.  Linked with his Navajo pride, he can also adhere to one of several forms of tribal spirituality, one of which involves witchcraft, animal sacrifices, peyote usage and more.   We have used a Navajo example here, but it can be any person’s tendencies to think and operate outside the law based on certain discriminatory criteria.  This can include having an issue with a certain sector of the population or feeling elated over new authority.  It can mean carrying around a chip on the shoulder.  It can also mean having a shallow understanding of personal and group power. The individual has not been apprised of the pitfalls of reverse discrimination by his supervisors, or if he has, he has not fully understood the laws and professional ethics.  He does not pay heed to newspaper articles and other warnings about police abuses, feeling those are mostly about white discrimination and do not truly apply to him, too.  He has learned many whites are afraid to speak up these days to Navajos for fear of being impolite or seeming discriminatory.  He can count on white police officer buddies married to Navajo women to back him up.  He knows businesses and government departments are leery of getting involved in discrimination lawsuits, so  he can usually count on white managers to look the other way.  He assumes most whites lump all “browns” together and as such he suspects he mostly goes unnoticed. He might pass tests during pre-certification coursework, nod his head, smile and act compliant enough during employment screening and post-hire training, but he still has not gotten it - he doesn’t think the rules fully apply to him and this new police officer is a danger on the streets. -members of the public can be connected to organized crime who pull strings against an officer or another member of the public -members of the media can be connected to organized crime and working for anti-American agendas -retaliation against an officer for being a whistleblower is possible -retaliation by a network of officers against a member of the public along certain trajectories: religion (including but not limited to ethno-religionism), race, homosexuality (female homosexual women in the force and outside of it angrily target another women, homosexual community against someone), he-man heterosexuality; retaliation can include gangstalkers around town watching a target’s every move to watch for vulnerabilities and the use of Making The Other Guy Look Bad (See River Gold).  The attitude among this police network can be “I’ve been waiting for that bitch/asshole to trip up, let’s go him/her.”  There can be a boy’s/girl’s club vigilante’s emotional aspect to it. -using superficial thinking and logic to justify going after someone, not following professional and ethical protocols, not checking things out right -media can be and often are honorable truth speakers ; they and their families can be intimidated, harassed, bribed and put in danger.  This can mess with the news stories presented to the public. -on the other hand, police officers can be part of organized crime like a police mafia and can mess with information that would otherwise be available to the media, courts, public and victim families -watch for culturally driven antics in organized crime -watch for suicides, which might be faked via retaliation and evidence-removal antics -watch for stories with silly seeming non-violent objects in the hands of victims in police shooting cases -cases with indictments of police officers when signs are strongly indicative they were actually guilty -watch for “Arabian Nights Effects” (See River Gold dot net) and otherwise curve ball antics in the story lines, look for patterns over time in this sort of thing -watch for shadow government types of court cases and retaliatory executions of potential whistleblowers involving hyperstate extraordinary layers, possibly even outside our normal expectations of time/space - because organized crime got hold of high tech stuff with big bucks. -some of the players can be the Italian Mafia in high end military/weapons supply corporations, along with their various supply sources and labs, with links to horse racing, gambling, casinos -watch for “The Program” (this one might be to teach certain whites a lesson before eliminating them) or similar gangstalking and Stasi-like programs directed at certain people of any race who are on some kind of black list - think outside the box In summary, Watch for Antics means to check for extraordinary games being played both inside police but also as organized crime networks against the police, including any possible forms of discrimination, including reverse discrimination like Hispanic/Native American-Hispanic reverse discrimination and Italian mafia connections. * Updates:  2020/01/04 Emotion Hinging Slant section added to this page.  2019/12/31 added to the summary of what this section is about; 2019/06/12 monkeys in the trees; 2019/06/04 some additions and a little editing