Police Pleasantly Surprised To Learn Man They Shot Was Armed
This is so fucked up. This movement to criminalize the police force has to end.
You do understand that you’re following an anarchist blog, right?
Are you opposed to differing opinions?
If you want the “movement to criminalize the police” to end, then here’s a good place to start.
- Protect people
- Rescue people
- Defend people
- report police misconduct
- enforce victimless crimes
- steal property
- enforce drug laws
- pull over people for seatbelts and speeding
- break into houses
- ticket the homeless
- ticket anyone
If you want people to see police as a defense force just like firefighters and paramedics, you’re gonna have to stop doing shit that’s illegal for anyone else to do.
As well, that one of the main purposes of the police force. To when necessary do the justified violence required to maintain safety and society so others do not have to.
The only justifiable violence is self defense.
Ah I see you’re speaking in reference of a perfect world? Nice. Get some life experience, training and maybe some slight understanding of the real world and try again.
When frustrated, the police officer reverts to insults. I’d hate to hear how you talk to drug offenders.
Now please, try explaining to me how any violence other than self defense is justifiable.
Defense of others, overcoming resistance to arrest, removing trespassers, remove violators of injunctions, enforcing evictions and writs or other court orders… I mean the list goes on and on.
Defense of others: that’s self defense. Overcoming resistance to arrest: that’s using violence against somebody defending their self from being kidnapped and locked away in a cage.
Removing trespassers could be considered upholding property rights.
Violator of an injunction could be likened to self defense depending on the case.
Enforcing evictions, writs, and other orders also goes case by case.
Do you think of yourself as a good cop? Because you listed fairly noble things, reasons people want to become police. But you never mentioned pulling people over, arresting drug users, ticketing parked cars, prostitution, or any of the victimless crimes that Americans find themselves at odds with on a daily basis.
Everything this man listed I do on a daily basis without harm or injury. Do I have to put hands on people? Yes. Do I put them in the hospital or murder them? No. Not only do I have an incentive to preserve life and liberty, but I don’t go around pretending my uniform gives me Cart Blanche to do whatever I feel is necessary to “keep the peace”. Bitch please, I promise you I’ve seen more action than most cops in this country. Pig.
"I was born with glass bones and paper skin. Every morning I break my legs, and every afternoon I break my arms. At night, I lie awake in agony until my heart attacks put me to sleep."
YOU DID NOT QUOTE SPONGEBOB AND MAKE IT SOUND POETIC AND BEAUTIFUL
"All anime is the same"
Let me explain you a thing
a major catastrophe causes the brown-haired protagonist to join an organization with matching uniforms and characters of varying personalities, heights and sexual orientations that exists for a seemingly straightforward purpose while also struggling with a hidden aspect of their identity that can be helpful but also makes things complicated in unexpected ways
Even if hard drugs carry greater health risks than marijuana, rationally, we can’t ban them without comparing the harm from prohibition against the harms from drugs themselves. In a society that legalizes drugs, users face only the negatives of use. Under prohibition, they also risk arrest, fines, loss of professional licenses, and more.
go to google translate. type a sentence in english and translate it to a language of your choice. translate it again to another language. translate it again. and again. and again. translate it 6 more times. then once more. translate it one final time back to english. what are you left with? something that’s completely different than the original.
or as we like to call it
x “A franchise so epic, it took ten years, eight films, four directors and two Dumbledores to tell… Featuring…”