Is that what this blog is about?
Sounds like good advice for cops who hide behind the blue wall of silence
I think that quote can be applicable to many situations. Think about it. The cops at the 70th who stood by while Abner louima was assaulted. Especially the black cops. I could never look at the cops as being brave as long as there's a blue wall of silence. It takes a coward to stay silent, but a brave man or woman to stand up for what is right. Also look at the real estate agents who discriminate on behalf of the landlords. They are afraid of not getting a commission. So a commission is worth more then the dignity of a human being. Cowardly!! There are a bunch of cowards. Especially in the nypd. To go along with lying, assault and murder so that you can get along with your fellow officers? Is that really honorable? No matter how much the media try to push this b.s about "the brave men and women" of the police force. I will never believe that. If you want to see what true courage looks like. Take a look at Ghandi, MLK and Mandela and tell me if the "brave men and women" of the nypd measure up.
I've seen it with my own 2 eyes at the New Kirk train station. A black cop will go out of his way to be as nasty as he can be to a black person, especially if he's in the company of a fellow white cop. Not all of them, but some. They will jump at the tip of a hat to give a black person a ticket in front of a white cop. At the same kiss ass to white people, give them a warning and wish them a nice day. There were similar situations in apartheid South Africa with the black cops. Danny Glover starred in a movie about that phenomena. It's nothing new.
Exactly. It's almost as if they want to prove to their comrades that they can be just as nasty to the blacks. They want to show their "brothers" that they are loyal to the blue. Guess what? Look at the undercover cops who have been "accidentally" shot by their fellow cops. They were all black. The biggest danger to black cops are not the black people who they go out their way to be nasty to. It's their own fellow cops who treats them like any other blacks on the streets when they are wearing street clothe. Gotta love racism... Not really, I'm just sayin...
Carol lets see what you do when you have to call the cops for help. You don't know what you're talking about. Cops getting shot has nothing to do with race. Mistaken identity is mistaken identity. Get over it.
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