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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

The people enforcing those laws hold no culpability, just following orders. Lol, you should change your name to gleefully following tyrants and excusing their goons

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Have you had your head in the sand the last few years. It's already total chaos. Whole lawless cities, open borders, goverment overeach(eviction moratorium, mask and vaccine mandates). I'm not sure how much more "total chaos" you need.

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

I just realize human nature and any goverment consisting of humans will be corrupt and power hungry. Those in power will do whatever to maintain power. They may offer the illusion of choice by voting, but the outcome will always be the same.

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Did any of those forces do anything beside enact the will of the "elites"?

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fair and just is lala land. Humans are neither fair nor just. Have you studied any history? Civil asset forfeiture? Robbery under the state. Anyone who doesn't hold my viewpoints is a communist, lame. I've got just enough insight to understand that your system of goverment is slavery with extra steps. It will eventually lead to a one world goverment, which will be bad for most of humanity.

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

You named mercenaries and armies to describe police and fail to make the connection.

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Tentontommy 0 points ago +1 / -1

You are hopelessly lost. You fail to see how any of those issues could and would be solved by those in the community. You lack vision and see the solution as more goverment run programs. A goverment that runs off of magic money printers, where it takes millions of dollars to win an position that pays $200,000. You think that system will ever benefit you? The police will always enforce whatever bull that they are told, because that's who pays them. You don't put food on their children's table, you don't pay for the toys in his garage, the stocks in his 401k. They are either mercenaries or cowards, enforcing the will of the few upon the many.

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

How did humanity ever survive without police? Only if there were large parts of recorded history without police forces that we could examine and compare. Nope, good thing we got our TV shows(propaganda) to tell us how police are the good guys and how many crimes they solve(haha).

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Tentontommy 0 points ago +1 / -1

If they hate the system stop participating and it comes down. The only reason the system has any power is because of the standing army, LEOs that enforce its tyranny. They are much more culpable.

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Tentontommy 0 points ago +1 / -1

So you expect me, a person outside the system to do something. But expect nothing of the people,LEO'S inside the system, to stop enforcing unjust laws. Your logic is special.

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Believe what you want. Say it's different. Only time will tell.

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Who arrested and imprisoned the Jan 6th protestors. I understand nuance, machines as big a police forces are capable of good and bad. A few cherry picked examples, (which is the minority) doesn't outweigh the oppression of the system. You sound like a mental light weight. When the oder for a boot to placed on your neck goes out, there will be a boot on your neck. The police will be the ones doing look. Just search for Australia footage, but my police would never do that. You live in fairy land

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

You are just attached to the idea of other people protecting you. I take my own safety in my own hands. The concept of modern policing has nothing to do with your safety. You just haven't had the misfortune of the boot are your neck. Naive to the facts, who arrested and imprisoned the January 6th protestors? Surely it was Nancy Pelosi and the Democrat officials who slapped the cuffs on? No it was Jack boot thugs, your precious boys in blue. Wake up

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +5 / -4

Laws are not good. Laws are words on paper. Laws don't stop crime, strong communities stop crime, passing that responsibility to goverment is a loss of sovereignty. loss of sovereignty is the path to slavery.

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Tentontommy 3 points ago +3 / -0

Antifa? That's funny. I've been working since I was 12, real work farming, then I joined the military. Have had multiple interactions with your thin blue line that opened my eyes. You probably don't even have calluses on your hands, little limp dick internet tough guy. If I call you a bootlicker that's because thats what you are, you believe and trust authority.

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Tentontommy 4 points ago +5 / -1

Could it be that lot of people realize the same stuff about law enforcement officers? No, they must be bots. Just because you've licked the boot your whole life, doesn't mean the boot won't step on your neck. Get real, when the choice for the LEO is to give up his pension/job or follow orders, 99% are going to put boot to neck. Your a fool to believe otherwise

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Tentontommy 2 points ago +3 / -1

Without LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS politicians are just people who write words on paper. With LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS politicians are able to enforce those words are paper. Any questions?

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Tentontommy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Exactly, these people are participating in the circuses while the empire crumbles. This behavior should be shamed, instead of applauded. Washington didn't defeat the British by going to sportsball games.

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

People shout "fu$k the emperor" while at his circuses. Nothing changes, an empty virtue signal. No different than those that wear the mask to signal their virtue. Faith without action

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bro, people watched women and children burned alive in waco and did nothing. You think people sitting in jail is gonna change the system?

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Tentontommy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hello delusion, welcome to reality. It might be time to put down the hopium!!

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Tentontommy 3 points ago +4 / -1

Why wouldn't he like trump. Trump pardoned him, uike the January 6th protestors, who are still in jail.

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