Σχετικά με την άσκηση του βαρβαρικού "επαγγέλματος" και σε κάποιες άλλες χώρες, το οποίο υπηρετεί με ζήλο, πιστά κι αμετάκλητα
τους εκμεταλλευτές, λωποδύτες και σεσημασμένους απατεώνες της ελίτ και τους στυγνούς χειραγωγούς των λαών και σε καμία περίπτωση τους λαούς (αφιερωμένο και το ποίημα στο τέλος της ανάρτησης) παραθέτουμε και αυτές τις αναρτήσεις: "Υπάρχει κάτι σάπιο στο βασίλειο της Δανιμαρκίας" - " Snapchat Filters For Your Police Brutality Videos" - It's a cop's world!
Από την περιγραφή του βίντεο:
" We often hear that cops are here to protect us, that they are just working people like the rest of us and when people complain, condemn, defy or react against police injustice and brutality, then they say that, no matter what, the policemen are the ones keeping the peace, the ones that we turn to when something bad happens to us. But the question is would you ask for help from the thug that just broke your jaw for no reason? And if -according to the cliche narrative- “not all cops are bad”, then why do the “good cops” tolerate and cover up the crimes of their colleagues? And how come their beatings, the infliction of injuries with their plastic bullets, their batons and their feasts, the asphyxiation caused by their teargas, and the firing of their pistols is considered lawful if you are a riot policeman and you are getting paid to act as a criminal against other people, like so many cops in the video above?
Why was Barcelona on "fire" in the first place?
Tensions between Catalonia and the Spanish central government have been rising since Monday 14 October 2019, when Spain’s Supreme Court sentenced nine politicians and activists to up to 13 years in jail, over their alleged role in a failed 2017 independence bid for Catalonia.
The sentences set off massive protests across the region (centred mainly in Barcelona, but also occurring throughout the region and in other parts of the country), disruptions of transportation, a general strike on Friday and daily confrontations with the police (with hundreds injured and dozens arrested).
Pro-independence people went ahead with a 2017 referendum on independence, which was treated as illegal by the spanish courts, followed by a declaration that the region was breaking away from Spain. Madrid responded by seizing control of the Catalan administration and putting the ones it deemed responsible for the conduct of the referendum on trial.
Catalonia: Trapped between nationalisms (extract from autonomies.org)
While both the spanish and the catalan regional governments, and their respective parliaments, are divided and paralysed over what to do next, anarchists find themselves again in the uncomfortable position of siding with neither, while opposing and fighting against state violence, and defending more radical forms of autonomy, beyond “national sovereignty”.
And yet they have engaged in the protests, for what is at stake in this judicial decision is not only a “crime” by nationalist politicians (where “sedition” is so defined in the judgement that any opposition to the law may be deemed seditious), but that whenever struggle against repression emerges, the possibility of pushing against the supposed limits of any uprising is ever present.
While sympathies understandably lie with the street protests, one should nevertheless avoid any illusions about a future catalan government lead by the likes of Quim Torra (current president of the regional government), or in the past, by Artur Mas and Charles Puigdemont who both defended and defend aggressive neo-liberal politics and were quick to use the police against all public demonstrations of dissidence. On this occasion, in an effort to separate the “good, peaceful” protesters from the “bad, violent” protesters, local state authorities contended that foreign anarchist elements had infiltrated the protests against the legal judgement and independence demonstrations, to cause chaos. (Público 18/10/2019)."