Cops, and my emotional response

My emotional response to cops can be illustrated by imagining finding half of a decomposing mouse in the burrito you have been eating.

My emotional response to those who support cops in any way can be illustrated by imagining watching someone eating, and enjoying, that burrito after they’ve discovered the rotting mouse.

When they notice me vomiting in disgust, they hate me and call me names, and get in my face to scream “You can’t seriously believe society can get by without these wonderful mouse nuggets in our food, can you? That’s Utopian!

But, that’s emotion. Emotion is obviously wrong to experience, and foolish to express. Just eat your burrito, ignore any strange smells, textures, or flavors, and love those heroes in blue.

I will say this, though: Expressing support for cops is expressing support for murder, rape, slavery, theft, and every other evil. You can deny it, and complain that I exposed it for what it is, but that is the absolute, unalterable fact. It’s not emotion; it’s not opinion. Cops are what they do, because “police” is a set of behaviors, not a person, and if you support them, you are supporting their acts. Yes, you really are- stop denying it. Do what you will, but civilized folk are watching you.


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One Response to “Cops, and my emotional response”

  1. sofa Says:

    True, dat.

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