What opinions do you anons have towards law enforcement officers? I've seen cops called ZOGbots here, but I've also seen anons express sympathy towards them. I'm sort of cynical towards them. They've repeatedly failed to defend people from bodily or property damage by criminals, from not preventing Stalinistic terrorists from comitting thuggery in Berkeley, Charlottesville, Portland, etc, to failing to prevent black riots from getting out of hand, to failing to intervene against mass shooters, like in Broward. They mostly only "protect and serve" a small oligarchic group of individuals and their interests, which makes sense because that's who pays them (although, if I want to be precise, it is really the tax cattle paying them.) It also seems pathetic how many boomercons LARP about being like the Founding Fathers and saying they'd fight the government if it tried to confiscate their firearms while worshipping the police and military. Of course, this isn't to endorse any sort of violent action against the police, many of whom have been misled and decieved like the normies who trust them.
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People at some time has to say enough is enough and disarm this gang.
And the body count keeps mounting.
>Four Minneapolis cops are fired over the death of a handcuffed black man after video showed white officer kneeling on his neck for six minutes during arrest for forgery as he shouted that he couldn't breathe>Four Minneapolis police officers involved in Monday's incident have been fired, police chief announced >Video footage taken by a bystander showed a white cop kneeling on the neck of black man George Floyd during his arrest >Floyd was heard repeatedly telling cops he is in pain and cannot breathe before eventually losing consciousness >Minneapolis Police Department confirmed the man later died in the hospital after 'suffering medical distress' >The officers had been responding to a 'forgery in progress,' according to police >Two officers in the video were identified as Derek Chauvin and Tou Thao by attorney Ben Crump >FBI and state authorities are now investigating man's death>The arrest has been compared to cases of police brutality including the likes of Eric Garner, who died in 2014https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8357713/Minneapolis-cop-seen-kneeling-neck-black-man-moments-died.html
Don't be fooled, this is not about a killed nigger, these crimes happen everyday targeting White people but will never make it to the news because they are White.