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Old 01-04-2021, 07:40 AM   #316
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In my country is very few black people.
But I see problem with Muslim people, very similar to video of USA riot.
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Originally Posted by Steve R. View Post
An issue that you need to be aware of, is that there is a separation between the state level and the federal level. Federal law enforcement does not get involved in many enforcement issues, such as speeding tickets or simple assaults. These are local issues.
I know that's the idea but the practice often crosses borders of many kinds. There are somewhat legit areas like kidnapping, serial killers (oddly but thankfully way down in the past decade) and others that are leg it reasons for a nationwide law enforcement group to step in. There are others, like Waco and Ruby Ridge, that are unjustifiable and have ended in chaos and a loss of trust and respect for federal law enforcement. Local forces tend to be worse in many areas "Some of those that work forces, Are the same that burn crosses"

Originally Posted by Steve R. View Post
The Democratic mayors and Democratic governors are shirking their responsibility to protect property and the public by purposely holding back the police. That means that local law enforcement is not being allowed to do their job of preventing civil unrest. In fact, the Democratic governors and mayors are projecting a false narrative, that the mere presence of federal law enforcement to protect federal property is somehow causing violence. That is patently absurd, it is the so-called peaceful protestors who are instigating the violence. They have the free will not to attack property. Local law enforcement is responsible, as the first line of defense, for stopping that type of violence. If the violence escalates, then you bring in state and federal law enforcement resources. The finger of blame needs to be pointed at the Democratic mayors and the Democratic governors who are allowing, in fact encouraging, the unlawful behavior.
Holding back the police? Local police see their communities as "Ours!" and commonly do not just cave in to "outsiders". Some have already welcomed teens not old enough to vote toting assault rifles and thanked them for showing up, even when they murder people. This problem is by no means the property of any one "wing". If you really think so, aI think you are part of the problem, not part of the solution, since strict party lines rarely gets us anywhere good. Allegiance needs to be to the nation and it's ideals and laws as a whole, not some ill-defined, agenda-driven "party"... IMHO of course.


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