on Boston Police and Police in general: My analysis. I find out a lot about peoples's biases by the buzz words they use. But when a reporter, a journalist, or just a person giving an account sews into a report, a skewed personal painting of a historical event, the entire integrity of that report becomes corrupted with a warp by the one telling what are suppose to be plain facts. When that happens it becomes in many cases an agenda corrupt account of what happened mixed with some truth to build a story with. When listening to this report from Rania Khalek, I was forced to ask what her purpose is behind what I was hearing her say. I compared that to what I saw for myself. She contradicts herself. First, she is giving all this information on police being sent largely over to learn "occupation" practices from Israel against the Palestinians, evidently because Jews have no business governing Israel and the people in it especially when the Palestinians are lobbing missiles over to Jerusalem. But she also said, that people know very little about our police visitations from everywhere across the United States to Israel. Then how come she knows so much? She says the police are going there to learn how to better target Black folks "more efficiently", even though much of, for instance, Boston's police are Black. It seems like Black officers would get a little ticked off by that actually happening. Don't we know that if the police want to control any people in this country, they can do it without help from the Israel we send more up to date weapons to? Do we really need them? Really? She goes on to say that Israel is providing militarism of our Mexican borders. Why? We can't do it on our own? Poor little America can't militarize our own borders anywhere if we wanted to? And yet, there are people who lean to believe her every word. Why? That is the revealing question. Why does she say these things and why do people, say "Oh got to be true?" Even though some of it is just obvious on the ridiculous.