I've said it before, that if Occupy were hypothetically not capable of accomplishing anything else, they have already, absolutely succeeded in
creating a public relations tar pit for police on a global level, particularly in America.
Ironically enough, this is also playing directly into the cabal's hands. They want a scenario where the public are made sufficiently furious by
police brutality, that police will begin to be shot on sight. If that starts to occur, the cabal will basically have been handed a blank check, to
sign whatever autocratic legislation into effect that they want.
I am able to sympathise more with the police, than it may have sounded at times in the past. They are in a no win situation; they are often ordered
to perform repressive actions by generally corrupt, cowardly civilian officials, and said police then generally end up putting themselves in harm's
way as a result, usually for an outcome that does not benefit either them or the protesters, and only earns them the hatred of the public.
The secret orders need to end. We need to stop seeing situations where a large group of police have been ordered to brutalise protesters, only to
then receive statements from Mayors who sound like the proverbial deer caught in headlights, saying that they neither issued the orders themselves,
nor were given any information about this. Either they do rule their city, or they don't. If they do, then they need to get to the bottom of that,
and stop it from happening.
The police themselves also need to become far more highly disciplined. They need to learn to
the shields they are issued. Seige tactics do not imply offensive action; they imply holding the line, and that is all the police are
ideally there to do.
Brutality will win individual engagements, but it will NOT win the long term war for credibility in the eyes of the public. Public opinion of the
police as an institution, or as a very concept, is already at a record low level, on a global basis; hatred of the police has almost come to be
considered a moral imperative. If there is anyone within any national force with either integrity or a brain, they need to realise that the
reputation of their institution cannot afford to get much worse than it is, at this point. If it does, being a police officer is going to start to
become a literally deadly occupation; much more so than it has been.
That is not something that I want to see. It is truthfully not an outcome that anybody should look forward to; and if we want to avoid it, police
everywhere need to start considering their actions a lot more carefully.
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