Law Forum : Black Police Officers--Dangerous?

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    Sheriff David Clarke. Be suspicious when Fox News likes you! Scary!!







     
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    Without question ...


    Yes Ma'am, Clark is extremely dangerous ... more coming.


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    Should everyone just become anarchists and get out of politics?
     
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    Why are cops called "pigs"? Where did the term come from?

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    The slang term "pig" in reference to policemen didn't become popular until the late 1960s. The term was used by protesters at the 1968 Democratic National Convention and subsequently popularized in the media. A group calling themselves the "Yippies" (counter-culture white people) protested outside the Chicago convention in opposition to the Vietnam War. These protesters carried a small pig as their presidential candidate, and they began calling the police themselves "pigs" when the officers attempted to disband the demonstration. The media headlines declared, "Police Called Pigs" and, according to the School for Champions, the term caught on, especially among younger people and the disenchanted.
     
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    A rose by any other name is still a rose? Anarchist, revolutionary, terrorist ... Black person ... all negative synonymous terms in America now?
     
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    Rose is still a rose?




    Activist vs Anarchist... blend them together if one wants, but the product will not be an expected result.

    Look into "anarchy", and look into "activism".
    One is suggesting that "anarchy" is positive?

    First define "anarchy" before responding to that question

    By the way "black person" (used to be negro or colored) is a "white separatist" term used to classify those not considered to be "citizens". Once the narrative changes from "black person" to "American Citizen", the discussion of what comes from U.S. agents attacking American Citizens as a case for a lawsuit that can be presented to the UN or any body that monitors internal affairs of other countries.


    When people desire and fight for rights under the understanding that they are not treated like "American Citizens", then people should avoid using "Color of Law" terms under "White Separatist" ideology that labeled the "noncitizens" as "black".

    Anarchist, revolutionary, terrorist ... Black person ... all negative synonymous terms in America now?

    "Black person" has always been synonymous with a negative term in America.

    Have a look at this:

    Anarchist, revolutionary, terrorist ... Black person American Citizen ... all negative synonymous terms in America now.

    What happens is there can be no dispute over the idea that citizens being killed by U.S. officials could be considered crimes for international agents to review for potential litigation.

    I still struggle with this double-consciousness of "black person" vs. "American Citizen", the first is for general conversation, the second is for practical application.... yea, side-track a bit, but last offering here...

    Remember, Malcolm was about to take the cases to the UN... before he was denounced by the NOI and later assassinated.



    These "anarchists" (majority of which would be referred to as "white" by the separatist system) oppose anything that would remotely coincide with Civil Rights Activism.
     
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    And sincere apologies for taking this thread completely off topic... let's get back :)

    I have seen a few of those "meat head black officers", and it irked me more than the typical ones we often see.

    Will share a few, might even be some in the "Pigs On Film" thread
     
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    Here we go...



     
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