Saturday, December 20, 2014

Cops. Getting worse, or being exposed better?

(Previously published on Patreon)

Going back just a few years, to around the time I started blogging, there were a few murders by cop. Every couple of months you'd hear of another one.

I still remember Kathryn Johnston.

But, in recent years the police have gotten so out of control and murderous- probably due to their overwhelming cowardice and the cult of "officer safety"- that I'll never be able to keep up with all their recent victims. 

Maybe there aren't really more cases. Maybe they are just better reported since it has been taken out of the hands of the mainstream media (who fawn over and shelter cops, regardless of how they try to act on air or in print). Maybe it's due to vigilance on the part of such groups as CopBlock and Film the Police that the murders aren't as easily swept under the rug now. 

But I doubt that accounts for all the recent upswing. I hear of more than one murder per day now. And, I suspect it's only going to get worse before police are abolished.

1 comment:

  1. STR published an article this morning in this regard.

    I've come to not be enraged over the malfeasance of psychopaths grouped into that monopoly we call the state. Brutality is built into all syndicates of violence. Expending energy in rage over barbarity of monopoly police makes about as much sense as becoming angry at rattlesnakes for striking at prey (or perceived threats). Sidewinders do some beneficial things. They feed upon rodents and vermin. So if your house is rat-free, thank a snake.

    But the main advantage rattlesnakes present over monopoly "police" is the fact they know they're snakes.