The Thin Blue Line

A worthy discussion like much on my page so let us start with the basics of the word line used in an expression.

County lines
Drug lines
Never cross the line
Out of line
The bottom line
Cut the line
All common phrases.

Increasingly the UK police enforcement people are wearing a badge. In their ignorance they believe it demonstrates THE THIN BLUE LINE. Wearing this on a on the Uniform they believe is a show of pride and respect for a dangerous profession that puts officers’ lives on the line. The idea is that police are the force that stands between law and order and chaos, the force that safeguards society against disorder so the line represents a barrier.

So let us look into this occult symbology and as such we need to go back to the 25th October 1854 which is 169 years and the event was the Battle of Balaclava in the Crimean war. The origin of the thin blue line dates to an 1854 battle during the Crimean War, in which a British infantry regiment, in red uniforms, stood its ground against a Russian cavalry charge.

The British formation from a distance was liner against the fields in which they stood. It became known as the Thin Red Line. The Thin Red Line is depicted in a painting by Robert Gibb in 1879 and is on display in the national war museum of Edinburgh Castle. This battle also involves the famous charge of the light Brigade which was a tragic military decision.

In the 1950s, Los Angeles police Chief Bill Parker picked up the term, mentioning it in speeches and adopting it as the title of a TV show he conceived to promote a polished image of the Los Angeles Police Department, which had been plagued by a history of corruption within the force.

Parker left behind a controversial legacy. Under his leadership, the LAPD faced accusations of police brutality and racism as it transformed into more professionalized and militarized force that engaged in proactive policing — changes Parker viewed as necessary to ensure public safety.

It’s unclear when the adapted phrase was first used in police circles. In 1992, New York police Commissioner Richard Enright used the expression as part of a public relations effort.

The flag itself emerged around 2014 as the Blue Lives Matter movement grew in prominence. The movement was apparently intended as a response to Black Lives Matter and grew out of a series of instances across the nation in which police officers were killed in the line of duty.

Controversy followed when the flag was appropriated by White supremacists and neo-Nazis who flew it among a sea of Confederate flags during a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017. Participants in the “Unite the Right” rally organized to protest the city’s plans to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The event turned deadly when a man ploughed his car into a group of counter protesters, killing a woman.

Now the thin blue line has been adopted as a form of solidarity, at its root is an idea that separates the public and police. Even as law enforcement started to view itself as part of the community under the philosophy of community policing.

The police no longer wear blue but black as police men and women are now Officers and some would argue corporate representatives.

I myself knowing the convoluted nature of symbols find this one un-comfortable. After all that which does not join us, will in fact separate us.

Question Everything.

gary of the House of fraughen

Author – Researcher – Public Speaker


6 Responses to “The Thin Blue Line”

  1. ian says:

    Like the Doctors, the police, if told to kill us, or lose their jobs, would kill us. The people behind our current situation, are not on their first rodeo. How many of us have tried to do something that is difficult, and stressful, at work, then much later when competent at the task, looked back and laughed. Running the shit show would be very daunting for us, but these people/beings, are past masters at it. It’s their job. A bank crash is likely, a giant cyber attack is being prepared, and mass starvation is being arranged. I suspect that during the cyber black outs, there will be folks disappeared, let’s hope that they don’t view any of us as important enough to join the list. While the Cyber universe is down, changes will be made to it, or the rules governing it. Non compliance, that’ll show them? Will it though?, once they turn your CBDC off, and the itchy water cannon water on when you protest. Watch Palestinians protesting in “their”, country. The country is not ours. It was useful to make you think that, but I’m afraid they think it’s theirs. They own the media, the financial system, and the government/s. If you revolt, they’ll get non-British NATO troops to shoot you, and be aware that no national uprising ever succeeded without the help of a foreign country. Any one with answers? I’d suggest that online or in range of a phone,TV, or computer microphone, is not the place to discuss them. We are in a dark place.

    Whether police are corporate representatives or not, matters little.

  2. John says:

    Spot on Ian. The Kapos are just the idiots following orders but they do it well. The true rulers of this realm have had many thousands of years to perfect their art of control and they know what buttons to push and which strings to pull.

  3. newensign says:

    Quite right Ian and John. Technically they are agents of a foreign Power. I.e. the City of London identified by the checker board pattern on their uniform either black/white or blue/white representing the tree of knowledge of good and evil. The black and white squares are also Masonic. The financial are of London is 64 acres i.e. a checkerboard – hence you write out a cheque! This tells you who is running the show!

    • John says:

      All under the control of the Vatican. The serpent’s business. I personally I think the serpent is a mixture of a demonic consciousness, demons and their ability to use, manipulate and merge with electricity. Interesting times.

      • newensign says:

        Yes John quite right the Vatican is powerful and repository of Corporations – dead entities. The Vatican Bank was taken over by the Rothschilds in the early 1800’s. There is the famous picture of a Rothschild having his hand kissed by the Pope. Normally visiting dignitaries kiss the Popes foot or hand. London too is known as the city of dragons. The famous one being at Temple Bar. The Khaszarian Mafia rule over them by the power of the purse! Of course these are the Edomites which the Bible says will come and take a great spoil which they certainly have done!!

  4. John says:

    Good piece from Gary. I’m hoping we can get him at AV13 and have him go into some real deep stuff.