posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 11:30 PM
This brings to mind the recent Lansing union "disturbance" where the union members inflicted injury, destroyed tents with people inside, and smashed
a hot dog seller's cart. Remember also the stone throwing in Dearborn where "Christian" demonstrators were calling names to an Islamic group.
Some of the Christians were hurt and, in spite of the police being there to protect against violence, they did not arrest any of the Muslims.
Perhaps I'm drawing a conclusion prematurely, but it seems as though it's acceptable to beat up people you don't like if you happen to be a
member of a favored group.
And if you believe words are a justification for violence, consider OWS and what they said to police. If the police are expected to restrain
themselves, why not everybody else? The police are better people? Or do they know they will be punished for violence as a response to words. Unlike