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This weekend, the shooting of Michael Brown in the North St. Louis Area of Ferguson ignited already long present tensions existing between the people of St. Louis and the police. Image credit: Dianne Wallace Booker
The mainstream media of course is focusing on the people who have taken the opportunity to do destructive things, such as loot and engage in riot behavior, yet the real fire behind this is clearly the long term abuse of the American people by the government and their protectors, the police.
In the midst of this chaotic unleashing of rage naturally brought on by oppression, one police officer was caught on video calling the protestors upset at the execution of the unarmed teen ‘Fucking Animals’.
The cop also told the protestors to ‘bring it’; an extremely gross, unsympathetic, one sided dare aimed at the oppressed. The cop was caught on film. The audio of the incident is posted below or you can watch the whole video here.
His exact words were “Bring it, all you fucking animals! Bring it!” What more can be said here? Here’s a simple, straightforward window into the attitude of cops. Good police these days quit the force because they are unable to do good under the strict guidelines of the law; they must prosecute people for victimless crimes or be fired. Therefore, the good cops are now weeded out unless they commit immoral acts of incarcerating peaceful people. If you are reading this, it’s highly likely that you already know all of this.
However, if you would like to participate in the paradigm shift, please share this with absolutely as many people that are unaware of this as possible.
Please share this specifically with people who are not frequently exposed to these events, and people who try to justify the existence of the police in their current form.
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