It all boils down to human interactions and basic personality profiles.
More importantly the foundational rules of the universe. It's just physics at play. Any and all human social systems and contacts have to be enforced by someone. If it's your own moral guide, the angery mob, the neighborly sheriff, or the tired cop, a power hunger police, or a firearm backing it up.
Any person can do whatever they are capable of doing. It doesn't mean they should, or that others won't act upon that action.
That includes law enforcement too. They are people as well. The lawyer, the judge, the senator, the representative, the CEO, the CFO, the branch manager, the janitor, the activist, (((those fuckers))), the everyday person, or even a child they have that potential and are not limited. That has to always be considered.
So should the police be that brutal? Sometimes that's the only heat of the moment choice visible. Hindsight is 20 20, but some instances it's multiple failures of simple communication.
Just like all things, shit happens. Right now ever single instance of every single malpractice can be recorded. So even if total crimes and malpractice is down, the personalized footage is up.
That means there is still room for improvement.
So how the fuck does society stop brutality? No criminals means no need to enforce it. Long impossible shot.
So what are the tools at our disposal.
The goal is threat nullification, and physical submission (for transport).
There is guns to cease their fuckery. It's a permanent solution.
Any kind of pain inflictors targets the mind to make it give up. Except people can resist that.
Electro impulses have be just right to work properly.
Drugs change people's minds so the above might not work anyway.
Tranquilizers are even more fiddly, and can fuck up.
Martial Arts takes fucking years to not be a faggot.
Choke holds would work if its fucking done right, but nooo too much time and training to do that. Not to mention they have to be right next to the person to do it. Then they have to do it 'safely'. If they stop hollering make sure they don't suffocate
Now there is the biggest problems. Good, Right, and Proper Law enforcement is hard. People on average are extremely lazy. They won't, and at times can't, do everything perfectly. Not only that half the population are stupid. Then there is the fact the tools available aren't good enough.>>281771>The police is a tool. A tool is meant to be wielded and used. What it is used for depends on who wields it. If your government is not on your side, the police won't be either. Not in any official manner, at least. If a violent asshole uses a stolen hammer to punch you in the face, your reaction shouldn't be speaking out against the very concept of hammers, but against the asshole in question. The hammer is still just a hammer. If you manage to ban hammers on the basis of them having the potential of being stolen and used to punch you in the face, good luck building anything more complex than mud huts in the future.
No, the right course of action is getting your hammer back.
Everything said here is what I agree with.
Multiple divisions to keep the peace, and to ensure people have their liberties and the associated responsibilities.
During these times one has to keep a keen head.>>282317>Has Israel influenced political, military, or financial leaders of the United States using nuclear armaments?
What? Can you rewrite that into an English sentence that I can actually understand?
External forces do effect other countries and the US is no exception despite attempts otherwise. Dual citizen ship in the highest levels of government are a majority.
Loyalty, and severing the interests of the US and its people are not their main factor.>You and your Hungarian friend are absolutely radioactive.
Laws don't stop bad people from doing bad things, and neither do guidelines. A silly sign saying it's a gun free zone doesn't strip a criminal from one. People have to do it.
If they aren't caught, no one knows. If they have the news, internet, and media on their side nobody can know. If they hold the monopoly of force no one can ensure they actually follow the rules an escalation of force that distabilizes more of society than its worth. Such as stopping of transport, or water, or food, or electricity, or waste, or any of the hundreds of things. It will cost so much more.
It is needed that people have the arms as well, despite many people being idiots, the seperation of forces has worked, but needs to be further encouraged.
The soft social rules and laws are there, they don't stop people, they are the potential cost.
If the laws are patched up that doesn't mean they have to enforce it.
If they violate the principals of the country, they shouldn't enforce it.
If someone speaks out against that, they are fired, and a yes man can enter.
There has to be trust, and they have to be truthful, and absolutely clear. That's dangerous, because freedom always is.
I am not an anarchist I am listing the potentials, and the consequences. People lie, and cheat, and do horrible things. Everyone CAN do ANYTHING. Keep that in mind, just adjusting the law doesn't mean things get better.
It OUGHT to, but that didn't mean it will. Call me cynical, but that's how I see it.
Just one factor could potentially make a huge difference, or it could be practically useless.