My opinion about police states (1 Viewer)

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It is very much in the trend today, that governments are moving in the direction of police.The police are gettin more and more rights, and people are increasingly exposed to police forces. The more rights the police get in one country the more they endanger the social peace beause some officials behave exaggerated and think that they are better as human beings.

The police are thus in the process of facing up to people, and being better off. They forget that is actually their job, to provide security for the peole. In some cases it is always two-laned, and a provocative behavior, in relation to the human recongnizable. So for me it makes the impression, that the police are only out to underpin their power position.

It can not be and may not be the solution, to transform countries into police states,
this brings only the social peace out of balance. Because the police is higher than the state, that gives the impression that the police do not care for people.

When were on the subject, its actually an impossibility , for the police to behave that way. How she does it. Humanity suffers a lot of it. And that makes not a good impression. The more a policeman missbehaves, or thinks he is acting worthily, he is beside himself. Thats the way it is and it will not get better in the future, Im afraid.

In order to maintain social peace, we would have to work together. We would have to make a law, that describes the police should not behave differently. But should come to an eyelevel for the people. The polices robust actions are irreplaceable in special cases, but in smaller cases the police should remain people.
 
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In my understanding, the ramp up of policing across self-governed states is just a foreplay so that in time, when AI is instituted as real, everyday, control using Robo-cops or robotic security machines, whatever you want to call them, the new paradigm will be more accepted by the general, unquestioning population. They will already have had 20 years of bending to the will of the state, under the human security force with greater powers.

A good movie that touches on a future that contains this, and good for promoting discussion, comes out of South Africa, and is called "Chappie".
 

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I recently saw a television report about Tiananmen Square (June 4, 1989) which said that thousands, not hundreds, of student protestors died that day. It also showed the famous clip of the lone man holding plastic shopping bags in each hand, and stopping the progress of an armoured tank.
 

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