Police Tase Man For Trying to Rescue His Baby From Fire – Baby Does Not Make It

Police Tase Man For Trying to Rescue His Baby From Fire – Baby Does Not Make It

by Cassius Methyl

On June 2nd, there was a large house fire at Morningview drive, in San Antonio, Texas. 3 children were staying at their grandparents house, when a fire started from an unknown cause. The grandparents managed to rescue 2 children from the house, and accidentally left a nine month old boy.

Shortly thereafter, the father of the children arrived, and immediately attempted to go inside the burning house to rescue his nine month old son. However, police interfered with his will in this life or death situation, and went as far as to tase him for trying to save his own son. He was tased, and sadly, the infant did not make it.

The adrenaline, and pure loving determination to save his son would have made it a high possibility that he would have been able to save him, but the police disrespected his will, and used extreme force against him, preventing him from doing something that will probably taunt him the rest of his life.

This is a very sickeningly unfortunate event, and it is a very potent indicator of the mechanical, dysfunctional, disrespectful, and forceful characteristics of the police, the enforcement class of our out of control government.

The police of the United States tend to not know anything about the government they serve, except for what they hear from mainstream media.

The police, to speak collectively for a moment, have a mixed up, partially developed moral perspective, and desperately need an awakening, a large amount of information about who makes the laws they enforce, and how a society can be policed the right way. I’m talking of course, about a voluntary society, where the only people who are forcefully locked in a cage, are people who were using force against others.

The goal of this is not to insult or offend police officers, but to illustrate as clearly as possible, that they have no right to disrespect the will of people like this, and no one would disrespect them if they respected the people. It takes a situation as unfortunate as this, for some people to realize that blind faith in authority will lead to bad results every time.

Police have no right to lock innocent people in cages, use force against peaceful people, or do most of the things they do, and it is far past the time that police actually come to grips with how messed up they are, for enforcing what they do.

Police these days, must work very hard to ignore loads of facts, and ignore that what they are doing is often wrong and serves no good purpose whatsoever. So how do we actually help these officers, and revive their minds with the facts about what they are doing, who they are serving, and how entirely unwarranted and messed up it is to interfere with people’s will and use force against peaceful people?

Of course, to try hard to be polite, maybe befriend an officer, and slowly ease them into the truth. The only thing one must do, is try. Really try, to wake up the enforcement class of this tyrannical government, show them the dysfunctional nature of what they enforce, and most importantly, how we can operate society better- have a voluntary society. This goes for the military and other authority figures too. Rest in peace, child who died, possibly unnecessarily, because a police officer tased this father and interfered with his free will to risk his life to save his son.

via intellihub.com

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Posted on June 7, 2013, in Articles & Essays and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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