posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 09:12 AM
It's well known in psychology circles that many of those who seek a position in authority like this have some major psychological issues. They glory
in being able to push people around, they're stubborn, often racist, sexist and homophobic. They have extreme levels of arrogance and will do anything
to win in a confrontation.
When you combine that with the incredibly masculine working environment, and little to no psychological evaluation or monitoring, you end up with a
very high number of complete thugs who are quick to abandon all common sense and reason in order to put down someone who they view as a threat to
their own masculinity and/or dominance.
There are research papers and studies describing what happens to people who are put into these positions.
Take the bubble officer. It's clear to everyone watching that he has abandoned common sense. You can see from his stance and expressions that he is
now feeling challenged and is hoping for a fight, and even though it makes absolutely no sense to do so, he'll snap because she is defiant - he can't
have a citizen NOT being afraid of the Police, and he can't have a WOMAN challenging his authority in front of another colleague.
And we're simply seeing more of it because there have been more protests in America. There are just more opportunities for these crazies to be put out
there to confront protesters, and they've probably been warned that they'll need to be "tough" too. Then throw in the fact that they know they won't
face any discipline if they happen to kick a protester in the head or use pepper spray when it isn't called for and you have a perfect mix ready to
kick off at any time.
Just wanted to add that it'll likely be one of these idiot thug cops that finally pushes things over the edge. All it would take is for one of those
neanderthals to severely beat or kill a person and you end up with what happened in Greece, which then becomes escalation into something more
widespread. We watched it happen in LA before, and there is a real danger of that happening again.
edit on 23-12-2011 by detachedindividual
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