If you visit http://CopBlock.org
even infrequently, or if you pay attention to media outlets other than those considered mainstream, you are undoubtedly aware of the double-standards claimed, and granted by many, to those who wear badges, which facilitates a reality of institutionalized violence. Such iterations will continue, and will grow in frequency and severity until the institution itself is changed. Though such a task might sound daunting, but it isn't.
It necessitates only the withdraw of your consent; which will happen after you reject the bad idea on which the police state is based - that a "legitimate" right to initiate force can be claimed by some people (those who wear badges), and replace it with a better idea - that we all have the same rights, no matter our place of employment (or unemployment, and for that matter, our place of birth, gender, color of skin, or any other characteristic).
Today we see that more often than not, an aggressor wearing a badge gets away with their misdeed. That has to stop. The institution must be delegimized. Only then will all individuals be held to the same standards.
Ideas have consequences.
Related post [currently pending - will be live on/around Dec. 28th], with transcript from this video: http://www.copblock.org/?p=...
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