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PostSubject: Curling Up In a Ball to Avoid Police Violence May Be Considered “Active Resistance”   Sat Dec 10, 2011 3:00 pm

In a Police State Like Modern America, Even Peaceful Resistance Is Considered Violence and Cause for Even More Brutality

Posted by WashingtonsBlog

As I’ve repeatedly documented, passive resistance is considered “violence” and aggression in today’s militarized police state.

For example, protesters peacefully linking arms is considered “violence” by the UC Berkeley police. And failing to get on the ground is grounds to beat a peaceful war hero so bad that his spleen is ruptured (and then denying him medical treatment for 18 hours).

Of course pregnant women, old ladies, judges, legal observers (and see this), reporters , veterans and skinny students are all scary and violent enemies who need to be beaten into submission.

And as AP reports today – in relation to the pepper spraying of peaceful UC Davis students:

Charles J. Kelly, a former Baltimore Police Department
lieutenant who wrote the department’s use of force guidelines, said …
After reviewing the video [of the pepper spraying of UC Davis students]
he observed at least two cases of “active resistance” from protesters.
In one instance, a woman pulls her arm back from an officer. In the
second instance, a protester curls into a ball. Each of those actions could have warranted more force, including baton strikes and pressure-point techniques.

“What I’m looking at is fairly standard police procedure,” Kelly said.
So in today’s “standard” police state procedure, curling into a ball
to avoid violence from police is considered “active resistance” which
warrants more force, including baton strikes?

The real problem, of course, is that the criminal class that
defrauded our country out of prosperity is now sending in the
mercenaries to keep the peasants in line. See this, this and this


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My Opinion

I'm kinda forced to ask a few questions ...
1. Is this what "democracy" is?
2. Are these actions the norm in a "free society"?
3. President of USA is often referred to as the leader of the free world, is this what happens in a "free world"?

I don't know about you, but if a person is to not "defend" themselves against police brutality, then does such a person have the right to be part of the species known as human being (thinking being)?

So basically, what Charles Kelly is saying is that if the people of the "democracy" protect themselves from being hurt by curling up into a ball, they are resisting and thus more force needs to be used.

Am I daft, or is this the same country that cries bloody mary when a coup happens in a country and the military takes over because the military is not "democratically" elected?

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PostSubject: Re: Curling Up In a Ball to Avoid Police Violence May Be Considered “Active Resistance”   Sat Dec 10, 2011 4:17 pm

Sounds just like Sweden when you protest.

Ive been on alot of demonstrations both violent and non violent although it always ends up in the same way so it doesnt really matter anyways.

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PostSubject: Re: Curling Up In a Ball to Avoid Police Violence May Be Considered “Active Resistance”   Sat Dec 10, 2011 4:31 pm

Check the beginning of this video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=GthZEd35xwI#!

Thats when the cop gets some of its own medicine. If they attack protesters the protesters strike back even harder at them.

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