Surrender? North Carolina cops kneel before protesters


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(Natural News) In an apparent act of capitulation, a group of more than 60 police officers in Fayetteville, North Carolina, knelt down before a mob of protesters who swarmed the streets in response to the George Floyd saga.

According to reports, the law enforcement unit waved the proverbial white flag in response to the crowd that had gathered on Murchison Road, and the whole thing was captured on video.

The footage quickly circulated online, garnering tens of thousands of likes and shares on platforms like Facebook and Twitter. The Fayetteville Police Department also tweeted that the move was meant to be “a show of understanding” concerning “the pain that is in our community and our nation regarding equality.”

“[T]he #FayPD took a knee to show that we also stand for justice for everyone,” the department added. “We are committed to listening and treating everyone with dignity and respect. #LoveONE.”

There was reportedly an initial confrontation when this line of police officers asked the mob in front of it to take a step back from the street. But things quickly changed after the officers knelt down, supposedly prompting both men and women alike to weep in the public right-of-way.

“Men and women alike started crying and then cautiously came toward the police officers to shake their hands,” claims someone by the name of Mimamo Monika who posted about the incident on Facebook.

“These are moments that will go down into (sic) history and will be taught to future generations.”

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Will police brutality now become even harsher against white people?

By bowing down before this mob, these police officers effectively communicated to the world that they, too, are guilty in oppressing black people like George Floyd – even if this is not actually the case. Some might even contend that this is actually a form of surrender to lawlessness.

Whatever the case may be, it is not something to be lauded, especially since the focus in all of this is exclusively about police brutality against black people, and black people only.

Even though unarmed white people are shot and even kneeled upon and killed by cops all the time – look up names like Zachary Hammond, Isaiah Murrieta-Golding, Dylan Noble, and Tony Timpa for a few examples that the media never told you about – the only people these marchers care about is black people, and that is a problem.

What would lend a whole lot more legitimacy to this movement is if its marchers and protesters were making their voices heard against police brutality period, and not just police brutality against blacks. By selectively supporting only blacks, it exposes itself as a racist, agenda-driven scam designed to deceive the masses into believing that only black people suffer from police brutality.

As pleasant a gesture as hugging and crying between law enforcement and civilians might appear on the surface, do not be fooled: This is about denigrating whitey and undermining the rule of law by excluding all cases of police brutality against whites from the conversation entirely.

“It seems to be that people think police officers are all alike,” is another take from a local commenter at the News & Observer who worries that just like how nobody is concerned about police brutality against other races besides black, the sentiment now seems to be that all police officers are bad.

“But doesn’t that seem to be like saying all black men are bad?” she goes on to ask. “Lumping a group of people under the same umbrella is a form of discrimination.”

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Sources for this article include:

NewsObserver.com

NaturalNews.com


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