Ostracize Cops

Prescription for the Police State – #OstracizeCops



os·tra·cize: verb (used with object), os·tra·cized, os·tra·ciz·ing.

1. to exclude, by general consent, from society, friendship, conversation, privileges, etc.

After following the heinous crimes of the police state for years now, I feel like it’s time to add another tactic to our playbook.

Cut ties. Don’t help police or their spouses in any way (unless the spouse is trying to get out of the relationship) – including financial assistance or any other material or emotional support.

Don’t be respectful to them. Don’t appear polite to them. Don’t smile back. Don’t answer their smalltalk. Don’t hold the doors for them or thank them for holding it for you. Don’t acknowledge they are around unless you fear for bodily harm if you refuse. This includes but is not limited to family…

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