City of Snowflakes Police Dept. offers 'symbolic arrests'

mr_anderson

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This can't be true, can it ?

Contact the Police Department and Provide:



  • Purpose of protest
  • Date(s) and time of event
  • Location(s)
  • Route of march, if planned
  • Estimated attendance
  • Organizing person or group
  • Number of organizers
  • How to identify and contact organizers/monitors at the event (hats, shirts, armbands)
  • What will they be wearing?
  • Will they have mobile phones?
  • Do you want symbolic arrests?
  • If so, where and when?
https://www.cityofberkeley.info/Police/Home/Protest_101/Event_Checklist.aspx

Coming Soon: We can make jail your very own safe space.

I've often wondered what happens to the people carted off by police during such protests.
It now appears they enter the cop car in one door ... with the other side wide open (figuratively speaking).

Surely the cops have better things to do than pander to the whims of every snowflake ?
Who is instructing them to offer such 'services' ?
 


Armchair Activist

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The world is a stage .

There was an article somewhere on crises actors been used to exaggerate events for media reporting purposes
 

benroe

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This can't be true, can it ?



https://www.cityofberkeley.info/Police/Home/Protest_101/Event_Checklist.aspx

Coming Soon: We can make jail your very own safe space.

I've often wondered what happens to the people carted off by police during such protests.
It now appears they enter the cop car in one door ... with the other side wide open (figuratively speaking).

Surely the cops have better things to do than pander to the whims of every snowflake ?
Who is instructing them to offer such 'services' ?
Symbolic arrests, fukking hilarious, just goes to show its all about what is seen to be done not what is actually done, a bit like our symbolic breath tests.
 

benroe

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What's your version of the meaning of the term "snowflake"?
Didn't you get the memo? speech is violence, offence is criminal, safe spaces for everyone!
 

PC Principle

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The world is a stage .

There was an article somewhere on crises actors been used to exaggerate events for media reporting purposes
Currently known as 'Antifa'.

A rent-a-mob on retainer, who's members turn up in many uniforms wearing masks so you can't re-identify them at each 'different protest group'.
 

Lúidín

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The Garda approach is better:
Do you wish to attend your breathalyser test in person?
Do you want to blow in the tube yourself?
Would you prefer a Garda to blow for you?
 

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Armchair Activist

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Currently known as 'Antifa'.

A rent-a-mob on retainer, who's members turn up in many uniforms wearing masks so you can't re-identify them at each 'different protest group'.
Probably the case. The name, their attire, logo etc Doesn't look like anything cooked up by a few teenage stoners with ideas about Marx and che Guevara. They are far too radicalized in a society scared sh*less of its own shadow. That sort of left wing politics hasn't been in the state's for a long time if even.
 

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What's your version of the meaning of the term "snowflake"?
Someone who wants to make a protest or issue all about how they feel.
 

Dame_Enda

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To me Snowflakes are the easily offended millenials and post millenials.
 


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