Video of Brookings Institute Event on 10/26/18 - “Deadly Force: The legal basis of Police Shootings of Unarmed Black Males"

On Friday, Oct. 26, the Race, Prosperity & Inclusion Initiative at the Brookings Institution hosted a moderated discussion with legal, academic, and advocacy experts to examine these pressing issues and challenges and explore policy options to address the cycle of police brutality against black males. Join the conversation on Twitter using #PoliceReform Subscribe!

Justifiable Homicide in a Racist System. This video should be considered in the context of the racism/white supremacy dynamic. Dr. Frances Cress Welsing explained, 'Whenever there is a sense of increased vulnerability within the local and/or global white collective - as, for example, caused by the rapidly declining white population and demographic transformation in the US or the election of a Black president- there will be an increase of the ever-present "normal" daily slaughter and murder of Black and other non-white males by those both legally and illegally authorized to do so. This murder and slaughter will be logically viewed as justified within the specific logic framework of the fear of white genetic annihilation. [MORE]

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The video should also be considered within the context of this corporate police state of Government. Contrary to Brookings, police forces cannot be reformed. Larken Rose explains, “the belief in “authority,” which includes all belief in “government,” is irrational and self-contradictory; it is contrary to civilization and morality, and constitutes the most dangerous, destructive superstition that has ever existed. Rather than being a force for order and justice, the belief in “authority” is the arch-enemy of humanity.”

Allegedly governmental power comes from the people. But people cannot delegate rights they do not have to other people. You don’t have the right to arrest someone or initiate unprovoked acts of force against other people - so how can you delegate or authorize anyone else to do such things? This makes it impossible for anyone to acquire the right to rule (”authority”). If everybody on your block voted to make you responsible for picking up their trash would it be binding? When you don’t do it could they fine you and use force to compel you to do so? What makes it right when politicians require you to do things through “laws?” When did you explicitly consent to this “voluntary” governmental arrangement?

Dr. Blynd explains that there is no freedom in the presence of authority. Authority is not a force but a farce! FUNKTIONARY states: 

"authority" - (so-called)—a cartoon, an alleged image of the Law. 2) a cartoon clothed in flesh and blood. 3) the notion of an implied right and application of that "right" of individuals or groups of same to control or exercise external power over others, which has no meaning in reality. 4) power over...which is thoroughly institutionalized. 5) ruling through coercion. So-called "authority" is the justification for remaining impotent. The real threat to "authority" is the masses overcoming info-gaps and verigaps through self-knowledge and the proliferation of symbols of opposition, not crime or destruction of property.

authority - (from the root word author)—which means to originate. Only you have authority over your Self...anything else. i.e.. to accept any authority external to one's Self once of discriminating age, is the very definition of irresponsibility. There is no freedom in the presence of so-called authority, i.e. outside of one's Self and Self-Nature.) 2) the handmaiden of autonomy. 3) internal power. 4) Nommo. All authority, like the kingdom of heaven, is within. Be an authority unto yourself as all authority should come from your own authentic experience—that is the only source or wellspring of authority. Authority is the means by which society uses to control its population. Ignoring or belittling authority does not mean people are either good or bad, whether or not they are punished for their insubordination. Healthy people do not need authority figures to tell them what to do, but only the knowledge of themselves. You can teach a parrot to quote from either scripture or statute, but a parrot is not an authority. Only by you becoming truth do you have authority to speak—and then only on your behalf (i.e., your inner truth), your innerstanding. An authority is an eyewitness or an I-witness. and to picture the dynamic truth no proofs or negatives are needed nor possible—as reality isn't certain or static. When you are dead to sin and Alive to the God-Self-Divine, you become the Buddha, the Christ, the true authority within. (See: Obedience, Predictive Programming. Autonomy, Anarchy, Nommo, Sin, Alive. Authentic, Responsitivity, Dharma, Follower, Spontaneity, Conditioning, Conditions, Freedom & Responsibility). [MORE