Originally posted by rodredux
Does anyone ever get away, once they have you like that? I mean, really.These men are armed and known to be a little bit... how should I put it...
overly aggressive at times. Don't run. Don't smart off. You're just going to suffer for it. They can do pretty much anything they want nowadays and
get away with it.
Here is the problem with this kind of armchair thinking. We are programmed to instinctively protect ourselves, it has been this way from day one. Our
first and foremost thought is to protect ourselves from anything that triggers the hormones that produce the response.
The hormones are non-event specific, our brain defines the event. So the hormone release on a roller coaster is much the same as this girls response
to being in trouble, the difference is the brain tells her one is fun the other is not. When the chemicals arise in her, she has to "honor" them,
but we are TAUGHT, it is NOT instinct, that all people with guns, tasers and badges are authority figures and are there to "help" us, but the guns,
the badges and the tasers say otherwise = inner conflict. That inner conflict leads to chaos inside the brain and body.
Cops are not taught this at all. They are not taught that a young girl who is "in trouble" is going to act in ways that don't make perfect sense in
their "I'm the authority because the law says so"world, as such, they make horrible decisions. In fact, they treat the human folks worse then the
dog folk, because the are actually taught what is going on in an animals brain, but not in a human brain.
In this young girl's case she was running, where to? Nowhere! Just running. Was it logical? No, of course not, as it was instinct. Was she right to
run ----- YES!!!!!! We have been running from trouble for eons, only in the last 30 years have we been told that running from guns, tasers and badges
will lead to jail or death - there has not been enough time for us to rewire our brains to be faux authority compliant. If you were a jew in WWII
germany, was running a good idea? According to the armchair thinking - no. At the basic instinctual level, this scenario is not any different to the
young girl then a WWII encounter.
Had the policy enforcement officer (tax collector) understood even and 1/8 of what I just said, he would have just let her run, until she conked out,
and brought her back. Or, we didn't see the inside video so this is speculation; he might not have spent an hour saying how much trouble she was in,
how bad a person she was, how she was going to jail etc. Cops fuel the situation by not treating people in a decent manner simply because they have
been ACCUSED of a crime.