Hasta la vista, Anchor Baby. 👢💥🚼
Useful Liberal Idiots, who have committed themselves to flying in the face of reason & never participating with it, are now resorting to Obstructionism. They are asking for ICE (Immigration & Customs Enforcement) to remove the word “Police” from their uniforms so that people don’t mistake them for City Police and harbor resentment against them, especially, Sanctuary States & Cities.
This seems like a harmless concession but it is a dangerous gambit. You have to understand how cunning psychopaths are. Next they will be asking you to where Neon Orange uniforms that make you more obvious Targets. Subliminally, if you listen to them, you will create a rift with State & City Police because this action will REIFY a difference between you. They will cease to think of you as a person like them. Instead of being one you will be OTHERIZED. Psychopaths use the WE/YOU Bifurcation when they demand your participation and when they refuse to participate. When demanding your participation they say “We need to do this,” when refusing to participate they say, “You need to use your own resources.”
“ancient Greek city-state,” 1894, from Greek polis, ptolis “citadel, fort, city, one’s city; the state, community, citizens,” from PIE *tpolh- “citadel; enclosed space, often on high ground, hilltop” (source also of Sanskrit pur, puram, genitive purah “city, citadel,” Lithuanian pilis “fortress”).
1520s, “science of government,” from politic (adj.), modeled on Aristotle’s ta politika “affairs of state,” the name of his book on governing and governments, which was in English mid-15c. as “Polettiques.” Also see -ics.
Politicks is the science of good sense, applied to public affairs, and, as those are forever changing, what is wisdom to-day would be folly and perhaps, ruin to-morrow. Politicks is not a science so properly as a business. It cannot have fixed principles, from which a wise man would never swerve, unless the inconstancy of men’s view of interest and the capriciousness of the tempers could be fixed. [Fisher Ames (1758–1808)]
Meaning “a person’s political allegiances or opinions” is from 1769.
“way of management,” late 14c., policie, “study or practice of government; good government;” from Old French policie (14c.) “political organization, civil administration,” from Late Latin politia “the state, civil administration,” from Greek politeia “state, administration, government, citizenship,” from polites “citizen,” from polis “city, state” (see polis). Meaning “plan of action, way of management” first recorded c. 1400.