Police Brutality

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    lesliebyarsposted 2 years ago

    After watching countless YouTube videos it seems like the harassment could be fixed by some law enforcement but I guess not...Sigh

  2. paradigmsearch profile image88
    paradigmsearchposted 2 years ago

    Today was indeed a bastard.

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    ahorsebackposted 2 years ago

    Last night in Dallas Texas 5 Officers of the law were killed  - 6 more wounded at a BLM march .

    We live in a culture ,a society of which is more and more out of control,    imagine one day in America with no police !    Just for a couple of moments imagine the open season of crime ,  robbery , rape ,  murder , mayhem , the abuse of children ,  imagine traffic in a busy city  ,an accident on a busy interstate .   Any of it  unvisited by the orderly direction of law enforcement .   Even in the rural area where I live in ,  where traffic police presence is rare  and ineffective .  Modern   human nature is  perfectly willing to  ignore most laws in traffic alone .     

    I am not a  cop but I support the order of our society that they provide hourly , daily  , weekly and   most American gun owners that I know that and   have their backs . We can open carry where I live , one of the more liberal states for gun laws . 'Real police' brutality is a thing of the past except in rare instances   ,  historically it was a justifiable charge in the forties ,fifties and sixties    Why do I say that ? Because the police are far better trained today .

    YET our  society is FAR more behaviorally  entitled .Whether it's a traffic violation or a "civil rights " matter ,   there is more apt to be a  challenge to these authorities  in all phases  of todays America .
    It doesn't bother me one iota  to see the police take down someone who is out of order !  And today , the civilian is far ,far more apt to be the one" out of order " than the police officer !

    Support your  Police Officers !

  4. Castlepaloma profile image76
    Castlepalomaposted 2 years ago

    I no longer have the high respect for police who over focus on traffic tickets and their top cash cow illegal plant growers. There is no good money in arresting violence criminals like thieves and murderers because only 13% of violent criminals are locked up.

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      ahorsebackposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      The problem is that in the first line of your statement ,  'no longer have respect ...."  that about says it all for the culture of disrespect for authority today .

      There is a great  distance from traffic tickets to murdering cops.

      Approaching anarchy ?

  5. Castlepaloma profile image76
    Castlepalomaposted 2 years ago

    I said, don't have high respect for police. I'm sure their are some honest cops. Yet when you have a justice system that is the second largest corporatism of employees in the world  along with the US military being the Largest corporatism employees in the World. You lose your freedom and your security. As far as anarchy, just cancel Federal Government. The rest of the Governments will take care of the rest and people power will be in rightful control place again.

 
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