whilst I agree with the right to protest peacefully I still think the police have to mantain control of these situations. You might be protesting for the right reasons but theres always gonna be people who attend with the intent of just causing trouble. I think anon people should stick with weeding these ones out. lol @ trying to citizens arrest police with their own handcuffs, I think you're just asking to get your heads cracked and probably a jail spell for assaulting a police officer
Rules of Engagement are rules meant to limit the actions which military forces may employ to achieve their objectives. They provide authorisation for and/or limits on, among other things, the use of force and the employment of certain specific capabilities
not military forces
yeah your correct, why should protestors care if there ranks are being wittled down by police, through kettling and other methods, why should the protestors want to stay together??
the police are supposed to be serving the public, until they realise that they are not serving the public, but instead they're serving the corporate elite, that make their own laws/policies at the determent of general society..
until the police do what their supposed to do, this is the best way to get our point across.
teh reason for the rules is clearly evident in the beginning of the video.
monday night, outside parliament from 6pm,. see you there
I don't really care about police one way or the other, they don't bother me, I don't bother them. Not all police might like some of the things they have to do but they're just doing their job like millions of other people around the world. They might be enforcing laws made by others but to say they're not serving the public is a stretch, answer me this, do you think Britain would be in a better place without police?
how are they serving the public, you said you are aware of corporate/govt crimes.. so how is not arresting those people who commit mass fraud, serving the people?
if they was serving the people, they would be serving the people by arresting those who commit the crimes..
the job they are doing is, providing suppression on peaceful protests, they are not investigating crimes committed that detrimentally effect the whole country.
they are Police-y officers. not police officers
if britain had peace/police officers, then that would be a much better country. but as i said, we have corporate policey officers.. NOT POLICE
learn what statutes are, learn how they are enforceable through consent only...
now look at what a police officer should be.
its basically a civil duty to film police now
Impermanence on this plane of reality/where criminality, brutality freely dwell/ Truth is a casualty in this hell/ Karma reins with divine causality, then its swell--StrangeLoveSurreal
What fucking fantasy land are you living in?
They can't just go slap cuffs on billionaire criminals who may very well be guilty and destroyed evidence, and or bought people off - just because they have a hunch or read the anon newsletter.
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im not on about hunch's or whatever form of derogatory term you want to use, im on about clear and simple facts, where crimes are being glossed over, new regulations written to expunge those who commit crimes..
im saying nothing is ever done based on the facts!
im sure you get that, no matter how much you want to defend those who are guilty/destroy evidence/buy people off
I never took you for one of those who thought it was ok to buy off justice/freedom with cash...
maybe you was shaking your at the anon art..
or the videos/links to do with the topic.
'Hypocrisy' of police violence in Nobel-winning EU
Man beaten by two VPD officers reaches settlement with City of Vancouver
RCMP video shows man hog-tied and Tasered before death
Brutal police actions led to death
i know you probably wanted to tie it in with Guy Fawkes Night, but since he was killed that day is reserved for fireworks. that is the day everyone that has bought fireworks will go to parks and outdoor fireworks events, i doubt there'll be anyone out in mass at parliament square that night.
plus, i reckon the police will bring out the tear gas if any of their officers were handcuffed.