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United States George Floyd Protests, Reactions and Riots

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Attempted driveby shooting of National Guard troops patrolling in North Minneapolis. No one was hit by gunfire though troops were injured by breaking glass.

 

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I took some pictures of the site of the protests yesterday Morning. The nearby apartments across the street from the police station were strewn with trash. Lots of masks and food packaging, but also a half empty carton of milk (lol), a bundle of diapers (?) and an empty Anti-Freeze container.


And I took some pictures of the mostly peaceful graffiti.






Those are car air fresheners hanging from the fences btw.

And perhaps the most disturbing graffiti of all... I warned you.



I think it was even written in chalk.
 

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I took some pictures of the site of the protests yesterday Morning. The nearby apartments across the street from the police station were strewn with trash. Lots of masks and food packaging, but also a half empty carton of milk (lol), a bundle of diapers (?) and an empty Anti-Freeze container.


And I took some pictures of the mostly peaceful graffiti.






Those are car air fresheners hanging from the fences btw.

And perhaps the most disturbing graffiti of all... I warned you.



I think it was even written in chalk.
You're doing God's work! That innocent concrete barrier deserves justice!

Seriously, stay safe
 

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not yet but they will and it wont be the police who enforce the new rules.
At some point, the police are going to start getting ostracized from their communities, and it's going to become a question of what's more important to them; the job, or not being hated by everyone they meet. For those who decide it's the former, well; things will continue to escalate from there, until eventual the benefits are outweighed by the costs.
 

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At some point, the police are going to start getting ostracized from their communities, and it's going to become a question of what's more important to them; the job, or not being hated by everyone they meet. For those who decide it's the former, well; things will continue to escalate from there, until eventual the benefits are outweighed by the costs.
That is a potential problem that is already developing.

While I don't agree with the black-pillers about 'all cops being untrustworthy,' we are certainly on a course where things could develop into that being >95% true.
 

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At some point, the police are going to start getting ostracized from their communities, and it's going to become a question of what's more important to them; the job, or not being hated by everyone they meet. For those who decide it's the former, well; things will continue to escalate from there, until eventual the benefits are outweighed by the costs.
Honestly I cant really find it in my heart to feel sorry for them they did it to themselves.
 

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At some point, the police are going to start getting ostracized from their communities, and it's going to become a question of what's more important to them; the job, or not being hated by everyone they meet. For those who decide it's the former, well; things will continue to escalate from there, until eventual the benefits are outweighed by the costs.
Good.

This is what they deserve for constantly siding with the people who shout "ACAB" and "defund the police," instead of the law abiding citizens who support them.

This man just trying to get home and gets arrested. One more reason I don't support the police.

Even if they have right wing members. As an organization, they are protecting and empowering the radical left while oppressing the right every time they get slightly uppity.
 

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All depends on where you are
If where you are is a deciding factor as to whether or not you can trust the police, then the safest measure you can take is to simply not trust the police.

Even if some precincts may be more trustworthy, the overall nationwide result of how police act, is that the left gets free passes, and the right gets the book thrown at them.

This goes beyond police to include pretty much the entire law enforcement and justice system. While the lefties on the street night fight it, this is just another institution that's been taken over from the inside by leftists. Just like the education system, the media, a good portion of corporate America, big tech, etc.

Some different locales may vary, but the overall result is that the system gives an advantage to the left. All the while they shout about being oppressed and get more and more people and policy into place to solidify their power even further.

The right in this country is essentially dead. All the GOP does is talk a big game until they're in power, and then they don't do shit. This is why they're called controlled opposition. Even if they're the ones doing the controlling. They're just establishment. They talk big and do nothing. That's what they give us as "opposition."
 
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If where you are is a deciding factor as to whether or not you can trust the police, then the safest measure you can take is to simply not trust the police.

Even if some precincts may be more trustworthy, the overall nationwide result of how police act, is that the left gets free passes, and the right gets the book thrown at them.

This goes beyond police to include pretty much the entire law enforcement and justice system. While the lefties on the street night fight it, this is just another institution that's been taken over from the inside by leftists. Just like the education system, the media, a good portion of corporate America, big tech, etc.

Some different locales may vary, but the overall result is that the system gives an advantage to the left.
As someone who came from and worked in a county where the Sheriff basically runs the local police as well, via willing to shjt them down, it definitely is diffrent where I am from.
 

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On Saturday Night, National Guard troops who were invited to use the Minneapolis Labor Building as a temporary staging area were confronted by Union workers and activists who confronted the Guard members and kicked them out of the building.

As the National Guard were standing out in the rain and snow outside if the building awaiting to go somewhere else the Union members were seen on video clapping, cheering and chanting "Hey Hey. Goodbye!"

The Union members also whined about how the National Guard in general oppressed the labor movement and black and brown people etc throughout history.


Union members involved in the ejection of the National Guard from the Union Safe Space include members of the Minnesota NursescAssociation, the AFSCME (Public/Govt Workers) and the Minnesota State Building and Construction Trades Council.
 
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