Law Enforcement Doesn’t Protect our Rights, They Restrict Them

True patriots demonstrating against oppression of the people confront lines of armored bullies in Portland. Everything that I have described up to this point in the series shows a police force that is completely divergent from the goals of community health and safety. This post is going to be a final analysis of how American … Continue reading Law Enforcement Doesn’t Protect our Rights, They Restrict Them

The Source of Law Enforcement’s Poison Isn’t a Few Bad Apples – It’s the Entire Orchard

To this point in Series III, I have described a police force that practices intentional ignorance, harm, and violence. A force that takes joy in brutalizing the people they are supposed to protect while being the only public servants with unionization that allows for complete lack of culpability. This post will be perhaps my strongest … Continue reading The Source of Law Enforcement’s Poison Isn’t a Few Bad Apples – It’s the Entire Orchard

A Doctor’s Diagnosis for Murder Part I – Corporate Controlled Policing

Before beginning this 2 part series on excited delirium I would like to provide a warning that this topic is going to be extremely triggering and dark. Please take it slowly, and take breaks if you need. This video is also extremely important to see. At the beginning Minneapolis police officers discuss their plans to … Continue reading A Doctor’s Diagnosis for Murder Part I – Corporate Controlled Policing

Misleading Statistics and Racism, The Traumatizing Reality of Our Justice System

I'm on Twitter @publius444!Tweet Artwork by me, see the process below! https://www.tiktok.com/@publius44/video/7013136136692436230?is_copy_url=0&is_from_webapp=v1&lang=en&sender_device=pc&sender_web_id=6983847814187533829 Following our discussions of race and mass incarceration along with disproportionate punishments doled out to POC by the justice system, it is time to put those concepts together and discuss the full horrifying reality of American prisons from the inside. We are taught … Continue reading Misleading Statistics and Racism, The Traumatizing Reality of Our Justice System

The Concept of Race and Mass Incarceration

Michelle Alexander was very influential in this segment of my research and writing. For people of color in America the barriers to chasing the ‘dream,’ or even living comfortably, are tenfold those of white middle and lower class citizens. We like to believe that after events like the civil rights movement, emancipation of slavery, and … Continue reading The Concept of Race and Mass Incarceration