Ida Amin’s Uganda.
Cambodia under the Khymer Rouge.
What do these countries have in common?
All were police states, where it was legal to genocide a group of people.
The police would never admit it but I will speak the truth: cops serve the regime in power. They serve the elite, not the people. This is true in all cases at all times. The ONLY time cops and soldiers don’t obey the elite, is when the checks bounce.
Most killing in this world happens legally. That is to say, it is sanctioned or licensed. When one has state permission, one can kill in far greater numbers than without state permission. The greatest serial killers in this world were all soldiers or cops.
The structure of all societies is essentially the same. An enemy is necessary, who can be blamed for every evil. This represents the bottom of the pyramid. Once in America, minos were at the bottom. Today however, the white man is the nigger. There is only one group who is it legal to hate and discriminate against: whites.
Calls for “diversity” and “equality”, no matter how high-minded they seem, always are limited. A truly diverse POV values all views equally: the pro gay and the anti gay, the pro white and the anti white, the pro woman and the anti woman. America has created a fake diversity for its system of genocide.
My purpose is not to generate outrage, but a higher level of understanding.
Atrocity and honor, misery and happiness, cops and cons, justice and indignity, all go together. They always have. They are two sides of the same coin. It is always the best of times, and the worst of times. The answer you get depends on who you ask.