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Scripture says to mankind: Above all, keep loving one another earnestly, since love covers a multitude of sins. It is evident in the constant deaths of innocent citizens that love is the missing element. Policing is not just an occupation. Policing is a behaviour. Policing have never been done properly, not even from the beginning. Policing has been geared toward the have vs have nots. Policing has been geared toward whites vs blacks. Policing has perpetrated advancement, when in actually advancement is limited by politics. Control is the name of policing. Control is the name of politics. The two have joined forces and brutality shows up because policing has to much of a foundation in identifying suspect citizens. Translation, identifying people you already don't trust. Translation, minorities are suspects. The results is stop and frisk is lawfult, being a minority is unlawful until proven otherwise. Police brutality is the result of people with no respect for groups of people patrolling communities where they do not respect the residents. This is a job for the police, right? Wrong! This is a job for well trained human beings who want what's best for the greater good. Too many police on forces are there to prove their opinions/suspicions correct. The brutality is there when such people put on the policing badges. The people wearing badges who are not involved, become involved because they want to keep making money. Just like media lie to keep tmaking money. Politicians lie to keep making money. CEOs lie to keep making money. And all of the above are indeed citizens that come from amongst other citizens. We have to have open dialogue without casting blame. We have to root out the problem of police brutality. Admit policing is one of those occupations without proper training. Start real neighhood policing, namely, hire my brother/sister policing. This show honors #MikeBrown's 1st day of college.
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