posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:18 AM
reply to post by imitator
Actually I used the term anarchist because it was used in the article. I was quoting the article. Hence the quotation marks. If you had read and paid
attention you would know that. If you had read all of my posts and paid attention you would know where I stand on the issue of the cop.
So, pay attention and answer my questions before screaming troll. Also learn something about the hiring process for police officers. He was not hired
by the community. He went through an aplication process with a recruiter. He then had an interview. After that interview he sat with a review board of
senior officers. He then had to pass a polygraph and psych test. So, the community had nothing to do with it. He was hired strictly by the police
department under guidelines set forth by the state. Does that mean that they should burn the whole state?
You call me a troll, yet you run off at the mouth like a key board commando. Yeah burning down the whole town is a great response to the actions of
one person. Next time somebody is raped or murdered in your town, burn it down. I mean you let them live and work there. You must support their
Just a little history lesson. Scalping is a European American thing and not primarily a Native American thing. It was in many ways a response to the
bounty placed on "indian scalps." There was an issue with varmints destroying crops and causing an anoyance. So, the colonist placed a bounty on the
hides of all varmints. Soon there after the scalps of Natives were added to the list because they were an anoyance and hinderance to expansion. There
is only minimal evidence that points to scalping in certain areas of North America pre colombian contact. Mainly starting around the mid fourteenth
However the inhabitants of EurAsia were doing it before 440 BC. Western Europeans were getting in on the fun by the 9th century.
Grow up and act like an intelligent adult.
edit on 1-3-2011 by MikeNice81 because: (no reason given)