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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

“Breathe Easy, Don’t Break the Law” slogan in support of law enforcements?

My guess is "Breathe easy" refers to the guy who was choked to death in new york, which in itself is pretty disturbing...It shows some just don't get it....in order to be respected one must behave in a respectful manner...and this is certainly not it...
The guy that shot the 2 cops in new york made a post on instagram before taking his own life and inside a few minutes he had 300 likes, if that doesn't say something about what is going on, something's wrong with this picture...
Then we have the chant, "what do we want"... "dead cops"..."when do we want it"..."now"...
From an historical standpoint, if one studies revolutions and civil wars, this sent shivers down ones back...

Was reading where the yankees organisation was going to pay for the fallen cop's kids education and that is a worth while endeavour, but are they also going to pay for the guy's 6 kids who was choked to death???

Instead of taking what happened and looking at what's wrong, why it happened, everyone is more divided, blaming one another.
Killing people is always wrong, it has no place in a civilized society, no matter what place one occupies in it, no one is more important than the other...
Unless we start looking deeply into what is going on, this will get worse and if this continues people will eventually look at it as abuse by the elite on them...and that is how revolution starts...

There is plenty of reasons for people to be afraid and mad at what's going on, personally the 12 year old who was "murdered" for playing with a toy gun was the one that really pissed us off...the cops in question speed up to him got out and killed him without taking the time to see what was really going on...why didn't he stop further up the street, yell out"drop the gun"...this was a child. The kid was not given a chance.

These people must realise we live in a totally different world, a world of internet and cameras, the more these instance of rash behaviour are posted, the more you will get anger, this will eventually develop into rage, and if it does, it's over...

Criticizing the police, the state, the elite and each other is part of a free society, but now we have those who are taking the murder of 2 cops, and using it to their advantage instead of asking "how did it come this far".

No one in their right mind want to rid the street of cops, people want to associate, talk, respect them, and there are plenty who deserve this honour, we know of a few ourselves, but if "they" don't speak up, continue on this "code of silence", they will be put in the same basket as the bad ones...
Not every person is a good one, not every cop is either....that's reality...and we are now at a crossroad, we either start talking to each other, fix what's wrong or continue on the same road we are on.

This path has a danger of driving all of us into an unpredictable future where there will be no turning back...

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