posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 12:47 PM
1. Yesterday some 1 million people died planet wide - where's the outrage?
2. The KGB had thes powers without limits Mr. Bloombutt, and you were one of the many back in the 60's-80's who decried the outrageousness of their
3. Police do not "prevent" crime, this is impossible. Police investigate events, attach people to the events and a court decides who is "guilty"
and nowhere in the process is there the prevention of something - it is post facto. When police to "stop" someone from say "bombing" they have not
actually prevented a crime, as there is no proof the "crime" would have occurred: Yesterday I bought ice cream, my wife threw it out to prevent me
from eating it - stopping the crime, the only problem is she assumed it was for me, but it was for my neighbor.
4. Prison's have these powers mr. bloombutt wishes, they aren't safe.
5. If mr bloombutt were sincere, he'd make the distinction between, say his "stop and search" program which netted very few arrests for either
future crime or past crime, and searching with cause - oh, never mind that's spelled out in the constitution.
6. Why is it that people who have nothing to do with the issues of crime etc. are the biggest experts? A newspaper man is the best man to judge how
the efforts regarding crime are made?
Consider this when you seek to give your power over to the police for safety, and this is not a reflection of any given officer, but of a very obvious
fact that is totally overlooked. When an "officer" is feeling insecure about any given situation, he is afforded the right to kill anyone who makes
him insecure - this is not murder, manslaughter or even a crime.
When a man is feeling insecure about a policeman's actions, he must simply submit, because were he to attack the person making him feel insecure, it
would be murder. The constitution applies to you, not him. He may shoot you, and you are with out recourse, you cannot shoot him not matter what, you
are not equal in the minds of the court.
This is important to see, the moral ground once established as the "police work for, in order to protect, the common man" is now gone, the police
work for the State, enforcing the rules of the State, just like the KGB etc. There is never a day when the uniforms change, there is a day when the
moral compass is removed from those who execute the edicts of the State - we're here now. The "Constitution" does not apply to any action unless
you go to court after the fact, and if you can't the rules of gang warfare apply. What bloombutt wants is not the ability to do as he pleases, he has
that, he wants the ability not to be challenged on it ever - no moral compass at all. When there is no moral compass, it is too late.