Those are three impossible things. A prison guard on Philly radio described how prisoners separate themselves into groups by skin color. So much for natural integration. #BlackLivesMatter have brought the cover-up of some police crimes which are more prevalent in the black communities in the forcibly integrated Republic into view.

Every March, the eyes of the nation turn to Selma, Alabama and the usually empty St. James Hotel is full, because there still exists mileage out of the white guilt trip the Edmund Pettus Bridge represents. For 51 weeks, the city of Selma – that 80 percent black nightmare in Alabama – represents exactly why white people once dared stand in the way of what white liberals always claim is “progress.” There’s nothing in Selma to celebrate. All that is left of the civilization white people built long ago in Selma is worth lamenting, a poignant reminder of the failure of forced integration. Selma isn’t the only monument to the failure of forced integration.
The history of Religion must include the battle at the gates of Vienna, the Crusades, the battle of Poitiers where the Arab army was defeated by Charles Martel in 732 and the millions of humans murdered in the name and under the banners, of religion. Religion begets war. Religion has begotten war since the dawn of history. A brief summary of religious wars from 300 to 1300 Ad is HERE.  Religion is the basis of war crimes, i.e, murders committed by various religions.
POLICE HAVE EXTRA RIGHTS
Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights (LEOBR) provide an “extra layer of due process” in cases of alleged police misconduct, according to Samuel Walker, an expert on police accountability. “Unlike a member of the public, the officer gets a ‘cooling off’ period before he has to respond to any questions. Unlike a member of the public, the officer under investigation is privy to the names of his complainants and their testimony against him before he is ever interrogated. Unlike a member of the public, the officer under investigation is to be interrogated ‘at a reasonable hour,’ with a union member present. Unlike a member of the public, the officer can only be questioned by one person during his interrogation. Unlike a member of the public, the officer can be interrogated only ‘for reasonable periods,’ which ‘shall be timed to allow for such personal necessities and rest periods as are reasonably necessary.’ Unlike a member of the public, the officer under investigation cannot be ‘threatened with disciplinary action’ at any point during his interrogation. If he is threatened with punishment, whatever he says following the threat cannot be used against him.”

According the Reason Mag, “LEOBRs are, in fact, amazingly un-American documents in the protections they afford officers accused of misconduct during internal investigations, rights that those officers are never required to extend to their suspects. Though the specific language of these laws varies from state to state, notes Mike Riggs in Reason, they are remarkably similar in their special considerations for the police.” The black people who are trying to get some attention to the ultra vires extended to police officers are being shut-down by the media and the bureaucracy who don’t want to mess with the status quo. Meanwhile to protect themselves the police are becoming more militarized as they have been buying tanks, machine guns and military gear as if they intend to fight an invading army.
The queen in Alice in Wonderland might as well have said: “why I’ve often done seven impossible things before lunch.” To give the benefit of the doubt to religion, police and racial integration is at least troubling and can be a fatal undertaking.

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