As an American, I am forced to tell you all to fuck off and respect our authority.
As a person... well...
As for the Syria argument - So we are comparing a closed police state to an alleged open democracy now are we? Have your standards really dropped that low?
Your best friend is a cop. Good for him. My best friend is from a family of cops, his brother is the commander of a riot police unit in Berlin. They are known to be a bit excessive at times as well, and even he says that outside of his field excessive force is not acceptable.
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US police have to do an incredible number of arrests, detentions, etc every year. The US has both a much higher population, and a much larger amount of both self-loathing and ire from faggy Euros.
It's really no surprise that there are cases of police brutality caught on tape or an impression that all cops are evil.
The truth is that the vast majority of cases and interactions are normal. The small fraction that ends badly or includes actual excessive force is a minority that is greatly exaggerated by jealous euros, self-hating Americans, and limp wristed fairies who think they should be able to do whatever the fuck they want without consequence ever because of (free country), I.e. OWS.
Half the time I watch videos of 'police brutality' its from Europe, especially England, so let's not pretend this is some uniquely US trait.
Finally, most of the time when I watch these videos the beating is proceeded by someone disobeying the police repeatedly. Case in point, group of black thugs sitting in the ground after obviously having been rounded up, dude gets up and tries to walk away. Gets beaten since obliviously ~words~ aren't enough to keep him sitting.
If people actually listened to cops and respected what they said then we'd have fewer of these incidents. Additionally it'd be far easier to identify and punish legitimately bad cops since every incident wouldn't start off the same way....someone not listening to a command from a cop.
Also I'm enjoying Kransthow having that kind of reaction to the YouTube equivalent of a mirror.
seriously... u mad? the thing is police officers that do this kind of shit in Europe are usually taken to court and lose their job while in the UNITED STATES OF FREEDOM they get a medal for beating people on the ground because they can't control their aggressions. The police doesn't have any rights to judge and punish people for their crimes and/or misbehaviour.
just watch cops, if that looks like an acceptable behaviour from the police officers towards the population then we're clearly educated differently and we're taught that we deserve more respect and freedom.
Haha what is this bullshit? We fire suspend and jail bad cops alongside those that just make a mistake. Half the problem with policing in the US is the citizenry believing this myth that all cops are horrible and never get punished. Combine that with a strong belief that everyone gets to decide for themselves when they are breaking the law and you see why people both fight cops when getting arrested and damn cops for having to be rough to get the job done.
Love to see all you 'hurr durr police brutality is justified if you break the law' wankers when they come and take you away for software/music/movie pirating.
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