posted on Mar, 21 2013 @ 05:39 PM
reply to post by Tazkven
I'm willing to bet that when the cop walked up to him he said something nasty to that cop, which is why the cops might have became physical (if this
in fact happened, which is hard to tell by the video.
Still doesn't excuse the cop's behavior, being a roosterhead and all.
Cop: "You should shut your mouth when the police are doing something!"
So now, not only must we "obey [lawful] orders" simply because a cop gives them (and whether they truly are lawful or not), now we must be vewy vewy
qwuiet when the cops are conducting business. Our right to speak is now taken away when cops are doing business otherwise it become "obstruction" or
"interfering." BS. The limited capacity for thinking outside the cop box has their gearing heating up anyway, so anything that can further disrupt
the internal thought processes is certain disallowed.
Once again, the conscious distinction between cops as authority and ordinary citizens as subjects/kids who must "obey, sit down, be quiet, do what
you're told" is really getting on my nerves.
And they get away with it. All the time. And society seems to condone this behavior, as a whole, because we still allow it to happen without
standing up and doing anything to change it
. And we praise it through cop shows and other media.
Film the police. Always. They want constant eyes on us, put constant eyes on them. It's your RIGHT. It holds them in check.
21-3-2013 by Liquesence because: (no reason given)