Paris rioted with nitrous unrest after a dark skinned man was beaten and raped by police officers because the myth of race continues to spread into other countries that are now becoming similar to America. Obviously all cops are not evil, so why in the world would anyone hate police, those precious protectors?
Before you read any further, understand there have been cannibal police eating people. All bias about every cop being innocent goes directly out the window. That said, the scary truth is that cops are also widely and by far above the law. Well how can anyone say that?
Cops generally have to be indicted before anything legal even happens to them. We are not just talking about social privilege, we are talking about an actual, thick layer of paperwork and litigated privilege that separates a cop from an ordinary second class citizen.
When cops were ordered to wear cameras in Boston, they specifically did not. What did they look like, law enforcement?
Sometimes you had cops being hated on or shot who were just plain innocent. Obviously that was never justified, but here is why it happened.
It is because other cops specifically get away with and do what they want, when they want, right now, no exaggeration. All you have to do is watch them, right now, go outside. Go to sleep with friends in a mall parking lot, see if you don’t get illegally interrogated by “friends with police” who do not have a police car with a camera on it. If it does not happen, you went to the wrong mall. Travel out of state, see how many times you get pulled over for, “made up reasons.” See how many times police randomly follow people around on a hunch that is being fueled by taxpayer dollars when there has been no crime committed. There is nobody here to protect people from police. It is for that reason that many people are afraid, and that fear leads to hatred. Think about that. Who is going to protect these people from bad apples that, "specifically do what they want, all the time." Maybe a car will break down and they will call a relative. Maybe police will get a squad car without a dash camera because they do not believe that story. Who knows what tomorrows excuses will be for crime. When the dark skinned teenager Jordan Edwards was shot coming home from a house party that officer was fired, nobody went to jail. When police are killed that is not the story.
When cops are found guilty they are still protected. Sometimes, their names are not even reported on the news, they are not even shown. Why then, is it acceptable for the privacy of everyone else to be exposed? Where is protection for the people?
Because if Donald Trump can repeal internet privacy for the people, he literally sold your internet privacy to the highest bidder, privacy is a thing of the past. Why then, do police still get privacy? If governments exist only to protect police officers then who are the people? Who are the people and why are they here? Why did they not deserve protection?