Red Badge

Red Badge : A Veteran Peace Officer's Commentary on the Marxist Subversion of American Law Enforcement & Culture

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In Red Badge author Doug Traubel, a twenty-eight year veteran lawman pulls no punches as he delivers hard-hitting evidence that reveals how Marxists have repackaged themselves and are subverting the rule of law with social justice and an administrative state - superimposed over the constitution. Traubel sweeps aside the fog of the Big Lie revealing deception in the public school system, universities, media and government. The combined influences have created a suicidal culture that leaves the anchor points of America vulnerable to the chisels of the left. Our institutions and ethos are being transformed. Controlling local police is essential to the success of the revolution. To do this the Marxist hammer of political correctness is reshaping a peace officer's oath over the anvil of ignorance and fear. Five decades of federal indoctrination, intimidation and seduction have turned local police leadership into tools for Marxist social engineering. More and more police, prosecutors and judges feel noble in their indoctrination and are being used as instruments to advance an agenda; one that compromises the rule of law and moves Amerika toward a highly regulated police state. Red Badge will spur discussion on the importance of an officer's oath and a citizen's role in a criminal justice system under intense federal pressure to conform to its rapidly expanding Marxist agenda. If you respect the intellectual honesty of Pat Buchanan and Judge Andrew Napolitano you will enjoy Doug Traubel's provocative work.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 490 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 28mm | 717g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507640447
  • 9781507640449