Anonymous asked: I won't take myself off the internet, and I should have done this off anon. But I've received anon hate for saying shit like this, and I'm not in the mood. And give your studies to someone else who isn't aware. NO WHERE did I say it doesn't change them. But you DO NOT and CAN NOT know every cop. And until you do, do not come after someone who has lived with them and grew up with them, and is probably more like you then you think. I've seen what being a cop does to people. Cont. b/c I'm not done.
But until can tell me you’ve met every single cop out there, you don’t get to simply say they are ALL bad people, monsters who abuse power and rapists out on the hunt. Because the bulk of them? Aren’t. Also, just trying to silence someone who happens to disagree with you on one point (I am a follower, and until this I didn’t have a problem with really anything you said) by ordering them off the internet? Really classy. Just curious, has it ever worked??
You realise you’re defending cops on the day that a lot of people are dealing with the fact that YET ANOTHER black person was murdered by a cop??
I really don’t care if your dad is nice. Maybe he is on an individual level. But he’s part of a system that RAPES, MURDERS and OPPRESSES. So I don’t actually care. I don’t have to deal with him so whether he’s nice is entirely inconsequential.
Oh, and ‘silencing’? You’re not entitled to air your opinion whenever and wherever you want, when that opinion is the same boring status quo-reinforcing nonsense I hear everyday. You are not allowed to come on my blog and derail a conversation about a CURRENT RACISM ISSUE with your trivial thoughts about how *~nice~* some people you know are.
Oh and if you actually do follow my blog you’ll know I’m fucking rude to people who piss me off all the time, yet only when it’s happening to you are you saying something, so forgive me for not giving a shit about your passive-aggressive rhetorical question you ended on.
Anyway, shut the fuck up about nice cops. Today is not about nice cops. It’s about another murdered person of colour at the hands of a cop, who, y’know, might actually be nice. He maybe has a family and went into the job to help people, but got jaded. But that’s irrelevant, because now a mother has lost her son and a brother has lost his brother. There is nothing you can say that even touches that fact right now.