Its so many ways one can go with this article and I can't believe I haven't wrote about this subject before. The subject I'm writing about today is respecting cops/police. What do cops/police have to do with anchors? When I first started lynnaluvers I would of said nothing because anchors are more of a political/diplomatic figure. where police get the dirty work done yet it seems during these times every anchor reporter and politician want to be associated with the police figures.
Lets start of where the great anchor says we should respect police or authority. Before I begin I can remember a disc jockey stating that people can't expect a cop to look the other way when a certain group fits a description. It's not racist its logical. Yet when I was a kid, blogger dad told us to always call a police officer sir/officer/police not "cops". Yet it seems the same people that fit the description are the same kids10-20yrs ago were taught to call them cops through out the media. It seems like through out the media the word cop is used rather than police especially during the late 80's and 90's. Which means if you weren't lucky enough to have parents to tell you how to communicate with a cop /police you would follow what you hear in the media. therefore one would have to say what percentage of my generation of my color were raised to call a police officer a cop. Even FOX promoted that word. it became normal to be disrespectful. i was even trained in the military to disrespect cops so not only was the media promoting disrespectful language when the kid went into the military depending on their job they were coached into anti-police behavior. Now you have a group that's disrespectful because of the media/gov. The question is why were they planting this anti police mind set in the 90's plus the 21st century?
Since Ive been in Texas Ive seen so many police /authority figures in brown shirts. Brown shirts were what authority figures used during the Nazi days Many communist socialist regimes promoted a pro authority campaign before and after their activity. Could it be the local authorities are planning the worlds next communist regime? Could Lynna Lai /her cohorts be telling kids to respect the next Nazis without even knowing it. Would they tell kids to respect police even when they tell you what to eat (next it'll be what to think)? Could they be telling kids to respect authorities even if some police officers have raped best friends hired hit men and even worked for the mafia. Should we respect the law when the law says it's illegal to say Lynna Lai is god? How far does it go? I have no problems respecting authority and i'm not promoting violence but to say put the law in the same boat with news anchors is weird and dangerous.
Now I know we have a large anti-jew movement which is another indicator that the next nazi regime is in the air. But what do you expect when you have immigrants coming from across the border where the communist police state mind set or a pro authority mind set has already taken place maybe not so much in mexico but in China and parts of korea. These people believe Authority or the law is something one can't question and with the China movement coming to America from media it's no surprise that the way of life is more of a communist mentality. is it hard to fathom that the hitler manuscript is being promoted here in Amerca now? therefore we can say police are good to a certain extent, when its all said and done if a blogger can't blog about a anchor or ridicule her co anchor without being ostracized and thrown to the wolves its safe to say the police Lynna Lai is talking about might not be the police we want enchanting the kids. Then again if you were a cop and someone was blogging about Lynna and Lynna asked you to kill him wouldn't you? It's Lynna freaking Lai!