…as opposed to eating dirt on the ground in submission.
“This is one man talking to another. There is a man behind that badge, be like a man. That is a coward pointing a gun at me.”
These could have been the last words of Californian Alejandro Natividad who remained “the last man standing” so to speak. For although he did nothing wrong, he refused to get on his face for the police, despite their guns being drawn and thrust repeatedly as a pantomime of the real act of shooting.
There are a lot of sites reporting on police state news, police corruption, and their terror-inducing shootings that take innocent lives. Are our many lenses that capture it and our many exclamations making a difference? It’s hard to say.
You know what really makes the difference? The courage to say, “No.” And following through on “No” takes something beyond courage.
Please see the exclusive interview at The Free Thought Project and Matt Agorist’s report for the whole story:
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