The clamor to abolish the police is leaving out the obvious solution to the US' police brutality problems: holding them a c c o u n t a b l e. If the most abusive pigs knew they faced years in prison next to the very people they'd had locked up, they wouldn't be so quick to shoot fleeing suspects in the back, knock down peaceful young women (and old men) protesting, shoot dogs, dragging kids down the stairs and all the other abuses they've been caught on film doing for years. Apologists who claim their victims had it coming because they said something mean to the pig, or posted "fuck the police" on social media, or were out past curfew, or...barked...need to stop talking and start fixing the problem, because otherwise the police abolitionists will get what they want. Right now there's no better advertisement for the Defund the Police movement than the police themselves. Of course if you've been watching this space you're aware that what the ruling class have in store as the successor to the police is even worse, but most people don't understand the future of clipboard-wielding busybodies and Citizen Snitches that awaits them - with a sprinkling of Blackwater-style mercs to keep the rich safe in case a few angry mobs remember who their real oppressors are and go after them instead of the local confederate statue.
June 15: Don't buy the lie; information whorriors; putting the FUN back in defund; undercovers take it off
June 16: Hypocrisy everywhere; aiding & abetting; Snitch Nation hits journalism
June 17: Pod Air; sustaining the unsustainable; Twitter trolls Twitter; accountability?
June 18: DACArgh; drunken monkey style; when bad-faith feminists attack; facts are stupid things; brand purge
June 19: Guilty by association; Pompiggo says come with us, we have pork; Venmo reparations; beat this meat