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Hating on the Police...

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posted on Dec, 6 2008 @ 11:37 PM
reply to post by liquidsmoke206

The biggest problem with tickets is that government sees it as a revenue stream. The pressure is on to contribute your share to the stream. With the economic hard times you will see the tickets for infractions go up. All anyone can do is try to avoid situations where a ticket will result.

posted on Dec, 6 2008 @ 11:38 PM
atleats we got constables with no training and no pay to kill us

posted on Dec, 6 2008 @ 11:42 PM
all i am saying is to serve and protect can any officer of the law tel me why u dont display that on your cars any more?

posted on Dec, 6 2008 @ 11:45 PM
Police or not, If your act like an arrogant power happy wanker then bloody oath people are gonna have problems with you.

Not all cops are like this fair enough, but the ones that are represent the others and they are the ones that stuff it up for the everyone else. Its like any group .

The difference is these people that electrocute children, Buzz people of ledges so they fall to there deaths and pull pregnant woman out of there car to slam them on the ground, Are suppose to reinforce the very fabric of morality and law.

I say people because these arent respectable officers of the law, they are scum who should have there badges taken away from them and thrown in jail for manslaughter, murder and abuse.

There are good police out there absolutely But there are also despicable,Pathetic excuses for human beings as well.

The decent police, The ones that do there actual job properly and vigilantly I have absolute respect for .

The other ones, should be put up against a wall .

The day where we are able to sort the scumbags from the decent people of humanity will be a very welcome one.At least that way we can all get what we deserve . Public and police alike .

posted on Dec, 6 2008 @ 11:48 PM
reply to post by BASSPLYR

Because civilian videos are often show out of context to enflame a certain point of view. An officer can't comment on a pending case but that video will be shown all over the media with high profile individuals fanning the flames of pick one (racism, brutality, both).

posted on Dec, 6 2008 @ 11:54 PM
reply to post by Skyfloating

Not true, not in all cases anyway.
Its bad to generalize .
That is the very substance responsible for creating this thread and the issues within it.

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 12:05 AM
Because some of us believe they will follow any orders

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 12:08 AM
I know good and bad officers. My brother has moved from County Police to Detective. Per our conversations when a patrolman, he didn't pursue nonsense BS he saw on he streets unless it was blatant or dangerous to others. He had more important work to do. As a detective, his duties are different. (BTW, to get his job he needed a 4 year degree and extensive psych testing) .

Do you honestly believe that the majority of the police men and women are malevolent?
No, not all, but many are idiotic. In my local township, the bulk of these "officers" are no more than 25 years old, require only a GED, and look like 'roided -up apes with a brain capacity that makes apes seem intelligent. They can hardly speak. They subscribe to some hitherto unknown nazi code of justice. Facts and truth don't deterr them. Hostile. Ignorant. Stupid. By the way, I am in a semi-rural, changing to light suburban township. Traffic duty is the prime cash cow here as there is little serious crime. The veteran officers are much more human. Oh well, I guess my taxes pay for them. I would love to know the hiring criteria for the 20 year old bald bastard Serpico's.

[edit on 12/7/08 by scooterstrats]

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 12:55 AM
reply to post by SpacePunk

The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.

Did he say that there weren't? Where? Your hatred does you little credit. I've had issues with individual policemen in the past. Yet somehow or other, I've managed to not paint them all with the same brush.

Just guessing here, but for every bad one, there are probably tens of good ones who serve their communities to the best of their abilities.

As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 01:47 AM

Originally posted by SeekerOfAUTMN
they see the book for its cover

that can go both ways

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 07:25 AM
Yes a policeman has a job sort of like the bill collector no one likes them but they are doing a job,my brother is a retired LBPD should herar the storys he has told,in any proffession you'll find bad people,no one likes getting cited,but growing up local cops were our friends,as long as you weren't breaking the law,they are in kind of a no win situation,like old saying you might forget the good someone does but you'll never forget about the bad

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 07:41 AM
The thing with the police, is they are just like us. If they commit crimes they should pay.

I have never commited a crime in my life, and my life should never have ainvolved the police. They have absolutely wrecked my life, being watched 24/7, because they are murderers.

Any serial killer wanting to apply there wishes on society should just join the police, because they promote serial killers within. Plus for anyone who tries to say differnet i have worked for them, by far and away the worst people i have worked beside, in my life, pure scum. They are worse than any of the criminals they are out to get.

Police = serial killers, who only want to kill innocent people.(my life has proved this)

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 10:45 AM
Hello this is my first post so i will try to sound articulate.

I feel the main issue about police and the public is, in my opinion, the aspect of protecting and serving.

Many people feel that the police do less protecting and serving then they do enforcing laws and public control by-laws for a corrupt system.

As well many people feel it is the police that should be protecting them from these same corrupt systems, and policies, and the ones that make them.

I dont find it is a hatred of police but a disappointment in their inaction against that which "really" harms us.

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 12:05 PM
the problem is most cops are on an ego trip... I know someone who is personally in charge of a swat team in a major city.. he used to be in the Army... he tells me everyday he sees cops basically on ego trips for wearing the badge... at the same time however they can barely shoot a gun the proper way...also most of them take roids.. he is definetly the diamond in the rough so to speak.. he trys to instill this on his team.. but unfortunetly it falls on deaf ears. Funny thing is he tells me its the big boasting types that are the first to cry in a battle situation lol

[edit on 7-12-2008 by thefreepatriot]

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 12:12 PM
I do think it is reasonable to demonize the police as a whole.their job is to protect and serve.They do not protect us from the bad apples.They protect their own and go to great lenghths to do so if necessary.My brother was hit by a cop car and they went so far as to tamper with evidence.This was something though was proven in court when there was a lawsuit for my brothers injuries.It was never investigated because the local media did not publish a story on the evidence tampering .As long as they protect their own to the extent they do now they should be demonized.i believe it was in 2000 when a study of complaints against police in NY showed that only 1 percent resulted in displinary actions.I don't doubt that many of the claims were bogus ,but far from 1 percent.

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 12:43 PM
i have very, and i mean very little respect for police. i think most of them are corrupt and power hungry.. there are real life situations that i have been in with the cops over the years that have led me to feel the way i do feel about them.
again, little to zero respect here

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 02:03 PM
The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.

Let us try a little word substitution game...then proceed to stereotype as so many of you are doing in this thread. Ready? OK...

Use some of the following words in place of Police Officer...

Jew, Christian, Mexican, Oriental, Indian, Homosexual, women, men. Please feel free to use some of your own. But don't forget to stereotype the behaviour of a few bad ones onto the whole of the group.

Gee... isn't this fun?

The vast majority of police officers, like my good freind SemperFortis, are decent hardworking public servants, without whom the world as a whole would be a much sorrier place...

As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 04:00 PM
There is a pattern of unethical behavior within law enforcement.The comparisons of other groups is unfair,as is the charge we are stereotyping them.The fairest comparison I could think of would be of the religious institutions as they have a job that requires rightousness yet they protect the pedophiles in their ranks.Do we want people whose job is to enforce the law to be liars?Iwant them to have higher moral principals ,not lower.There moral principles are so bad they deserve to be looked down upon as a profession.It really is that bad.My own personal experience is that going by profession cops lie many more times more than people in any other profession.They lie to get a confession.They lie to have an excuse to stop someone and search them or their car.They even stand there acting like a know it all and make up their own version of events. fortunately I only had to deal with them once or twice every ten years.The last time a cop lied when I was stopped for not coming to a complete stop so he could search my car after I went through a neighborhood drugs were sold.It does not help when you have an old car either that has brake lights frequently go out and other # like that.I was even accused of using drugs once because I worked for a roofing company and worked with coal tar pitch so my eyes were red from being in the smoke and I was called a liar..lolHe stood there with lies coming out of his mouth calling me a liar.If there are two cops one will stand there doing nothing while the other harrasses you and makes false and ridiculous accusations.I deserve to be treated with a little dignity as does everyone. Cops don't deserve that.Most of them deserve a bullet between the eyes.

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 04:38 PM
reply to post by ethann

The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.

Is it really unfair? You hold all of them for the behaviour of a small, very small, minority; and you and others have the temerity to call it unfair? I think not...

The vast majority of wrongdoing is taken care of in house. Internal affairs. Civilian oversight groups. etc... My own experience with a cop in love with the perceived power of his badge ended in my favor because I wouldn't quit. I went to the chief of police, the city attorney, and would have gone to the state attorney's office had I felt it neccessary. I beat the little bully, yet it hasn't colored my opinion of other police officers.

Oh, and as for your statement that they should be shot in the head... I would suggest moderating your tone a bit...

As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.

posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 04:52 PM
reply to post by SeekerOfAUTMN

discovered this video linked in another thread, and this thread, within minutes and thought it pertinent information. corruption at any level is unacceptable, and now we are standing for our rights.
this video shows one group effectively exposing those in blue uniforms who operate with illusory authority.
BE FREE!!!!!

original thread: kopbusters


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