#AllLivesMatter, it’s not just black people being murdered and harassed by the state

We know there is a serious discrimination problem but we must not lose sight of the fact that this is manufactured, reinforced and spread like a mental/moral virus.

#AllLivesMatter, it’s not just black people being murdered and harassed by the state

Image

Troy Goode (right) was killed by police in July 2015 (© Morgan & Morgan Memphis, LLC)

From these five instances we can see that race is no longer a mitigating factor. For various reasons, racism being one, African Americans suffer more violent assaults from the state and its armed gestapo than whites, but that does not mean that white people are immune or somehow protected due to the color of their skin. We are all in the firing line in this all-out class war by the ‘owners’ of this country. The police are trained to use increasingly violent and aggressive tactics to extort compliance from everyone they encounter. We are all ‘suspects’ in their eyes, regardless of circumstance.

Read more on SOTT.net

2 thoughts on “#AllLivesMatter, it’s not just black people being murdered and harassed by the state

  1. USA, HAS ITS OWN TERRORISM ,,,HIS OWN AMERICAN POLICE ARE TERRORISTS LICENSED TO KILL, MURDERER AMERICAN CITIZENS…ITS A NIGHTMARE

  2. Clearly you are biased. Perhaps you should talk to a veteran Master Peace Officer with years of experience and training to understand how and why they have been trained for certain situations. Yes, there most definitely are bad officers and some good ones that make bad decisions. There are so many more that are very good at their jobs and save lives. Mostly, at the end of their shift they want to go home alive. I know of a police officer that lost his life by an old man, who he knew for years, and was on drugs and shot the officer trying to help him. Maybe you should try to watch some of the police training videos of officers being killed. It can happen in a split second. Many officers feel responsible for identifying and taking action on the officers that exhibit problems. You are wrong that the United States is a police state. Try to open yourself to a wider view.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.