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Re: ...this is America.

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Jun 22, 2021 5:44 pm

..."this", must stop.



...while the incident occurred in 2017 we hear of it today as good news: Justice seen.

And what if "he" wasn't a cop?
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Kikapu » Wed Jun 23, 2021 10:07 am

Damn, I missed this event as I had forgotten to add it to my “must do” calendar. :lol:
The Daily Beast

‘Redneck Rave’ Descends Into Throat Slashing, Impalements, and Mass Arrests.


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https://news.yahoo.com/redneck-rave-des ... 49725.html

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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Kikapu » Wed Jun 23, 2021 11:32 pm

Water shortages in California!

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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Paphitis » Thu Jun 24, 2021 2:21 am

Kikapu wrote:Damn, I missed this event as I had forgotten to add it to my “must do” calendar. :lol:
The Daily Beast

‘Redneck Rave’ Descends Into Throat Slashing, Impalements, and Mass Arrests.


7EFAB6C8-59A2-4652-AED9-55711ED58FE1.jpeg


https://news.yahoo.com/redneck-rave-des ... 49725.html



Oh wow! looks like my ute! :shock:
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Paphitis » Thu Jun 24, 2021 2:24 am

repulsewarrior wrote:..."this", must stop.



...while the incident occurred in 2017 we hear of it today as good news: Justice seen.

And what if "he" wasn't a cop?


Sometimes we do need cops who take matters into their hands because of the failings of the justice system.

Australian cops have been known to take the odd crim or 2 into the carpark basements or dark alley for a bit of a touch up before they are charged with resisting arrest.

It happens when the offender is known to them and the justice system fails the police's hard work.

Police wouldn't for instance just assault a nobody.

We should have more of it.

It's called good police work.

If you want a police force like Cyprus, go and live in Cyprus. But in America and Australia we have major crime and many boofheads that need a touch up or 2 from our cops just to teach them a lesson.
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Paphitis » Thu Jun 24, 2021 2:28 am

You see it's easy for us to criticize, but it's not us on the beat in the Bronx or Sydney's Kings Cross is it?

In places like these, we have murders almost on a daily bases. Stabbing, assaults and narcotics in large volumes. Gangs and many idiots.

In the 1990s there was a major Royal Commission as the police were found to be corrupt and complicit with major crime - talking about organised crime here.

Reason, the mafia were helping the police clean the streets of gangs and others - getting rid of the disorganised element and other gangs.

Mafia wouldn’t mug people or attack random people hence why there was always and understanding between police and them.

Police were also involved in organising hits on people through major Mafia bosses.

That’s police work I’m afraid when you are dealing with more than shop lifters.

It always happens when a police officer is killed as well. 9 times out of 10, the killer is destroyed through police associates. And who were the associates? It was organised crime bosses through the Italian Mafia or Carlton Crew.
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Re: ...this is America.

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Re: ...this is America.

Postby Paphitis » Thu Jun 24, 2021 2:41 pm

Kikapu wrote:


Police are a political organ of the Government.

Therefore, the first reason why people hate them is because they believe they are used by Government to drive its agenda. Could be true. Minority groups and minority anarchy movements like BLM.

But better to direct that hatred towards Government and politicians rather than the police.

The other day, 2 police officers door knocked the outlaws house. The wanted surveillance footage as 3 vehicles were vandalised in the street. Mother in outlaw made them coffee and kourabiethes. :lol:

So here we had 2 cops, one male and the other female, sharing a coffee with 2 Cypriot migrants and eating Cypriot treats. :lol:

Oh boy, we’re they grateful and apparently loved the outlaws. :lol:

In the end, the police said they know the perpetrator. The suspect is well known to them. And it’s a she and Aboriginal.

She has been charged and gone to court before.

So if the police, female police, paid this Aboriginal a little visit and her something to think about, then what harm can it do?it's very clear to me that some people require a slight attitude re-adjustment.
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Jul 01, 2021 6:46 pm

Some history; in a BBF, how Nations in such a State evolved.



...what is a domestic dependent nation? It means, as Citizens, they pay taxes to the Federal Government, but as a Tribes they are a State in themselves, paying no taxes as a "state" to other States.

...interesting.
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Re: ...this is America.

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Jul 02, 2021 3:56 am

...a real tear jerker; but for the fact that it is dated, about fifty years later the moral play it poses lives on,



I am hopeful though; because i believe we are closer to a day where cops are: better trained, respected, accountable.

...if; not feared, loved: for their loving nature. A thin blue line indeed, where at either extreme, it is the good that will die, young.
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