Sunday, December 03, 2006

Fifty bullets

«proud to serve»...

Yet another brutal police attack was carried out in the city of New York recently. A hail of bullets hit Sean Bell and two friends. Sean died and the other two are at the hospital. All three were unarmed. What happened will probably never be clear, but at the very least they visited the wrong strip joint. And police officers were present, of course…

This is yet another case of police brutality and maiming and killing, of what is a general and ongoing police infringement on people. Take any country in the world, and you’ll see the same pattern of abuse and terror wrought by the tyranny’s bullies. I don’t think the United States is that much worse than other countries in this respect. It just gets a bit more public there, partly because of the traditionally strong civil rights’ movements.

But the same story keeps repeating itself: Armed people in uniform commit murder and get away with it.

The same excuses are always offered, the same lies. The dead guy threatened the poor officers. He made a wrong move and stuff. They have a long list to pick from. One proven to be effective in making people believe, shrug and forget. If a miracle happens and the crime, true crime goes to trial the officers are always acquitted. The only time police officers are convicted is when they commit a sin against their masters (steal from them and such).

Countless victims across the world suffer in silence after a beating by the thugs in uniform. Too many to be counted end up in a coffin. This is yet another sinister truth behind the propaganda, the illusion of modern life.

It’s usually the school’s bullies that become police officers, people either seeking power or people eager to submit to it. They are a useful, very useful part of the current modern tyranny surrounding us all. The school’s bully grows up to become a peace officer…

It’s nothing they won’t do, of murder, intimidation, bodily and mental harm, and they have a green card to do it. As long as they don’t step out of line, don’t break the unwritten rules, they, like clergies, secret service agents and other essential society personnel, they can do whatever they please.

Fear is a necessary and mandatory and essential component of modern life.

Fear is the key.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Holy shit! At least our cops just give us tickets for having bicycle lights.

Anonymous said...

For not having bicycle lights of course.

antonia said...

"I don’t think the United States is that much worse than other countries in this respect. It just gets a bit more public there, partly because of the traditionally strong civil rights’ movements."

I agree with that...even tho still in general things seem to be fucked up more in the states...in europe is also a lot of crap going on,. hidden, or just only more subtle justified which makes it even more dangerous....
I agree to with the fear-part...much better to govern frightened people, they don't talk back....