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The American police officer who went viral calling out his government for pandemic over reach and the people willing to help enforce them
In May of 2020, a video of a police office in his squad car calling out the egregious over reach of government upon their citizens went viral.
That police officer was Army veteran and Jiu-jitsu Black Belt - Greg Anderson.
This video went SO viral, in fact, that what began with Greg’s police chief commending him for making it ended with him demanding Greg take it down.
As Anderson would find out first hand, there’s a point where your voice, even if well meaning, starts to draw the ire of those in powerful positions whom it negatively affects.
Shortly after he was ordered to take it down, and sticking to the moral convictions that lead him to make it in the first place, he would wind up being put on indefinite leave while an inquiry was started into the “incident”.
It should surprise no one that he ended up losing his job, career and everything that it had been leading towards for the sake of that moral imperative.
As you can see from the video in question, Greg is EXACTLY the kind of officer who we’d all want to be on the force.
Someone who’s had a spotless career and holds to the ACTUAL laws and rights the position was meant to uphold for us as law abiding citizens.
But, that’s not how the system works anymore.
Everyone ought to realize, if not before COVID then certainly since, how corrupted and demented our governmental authorities have become at this point.
They’re so fully captured at every level now that part of the way they function is to cast out the people within them who act as though they aren’t.
Can’t Tread On Me
Like any man who knows the power of their personal actions and understands their ability to take a loss and turn it into a win, Greg has done nothing but amplify his voice since his dismissal.
He’s used his following on Instagram (which used to be around 1000 and has since ballooned to a verified account of over 93,000) to continue to trumpet his truths boldly in stark contempt towards the cancel culture and censorship society who wish he’d stop.
Anderson has also started a podcast called — Endless Endeavor — that is absolutely blowing up at the same time as his Jiu-Jitsu academy has seen a 600% student increase following the message that got him fired.
Like many of us who’ve been abused by our governments and subsequently disabused of their validity, Greg stands as yet another shining example of the power and importance of personal freedom when employed at a time that it’s risky to do so.
But, if the lesson still needs to be learned, the future — not the present — will pay off for the people willing to take the moral high ground.
Because it’s there that we walk into our power, and it’s for that reason that evil men DON’T want us to do so.
~ Drew Weatherhead
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The Social Disorder Podcast: Greg Anderson - The Moral Imperative