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[–] BentAxel 0 points 19 points (+19|-0) ago 

What's the motivation to this? Sorry, I don't understand why helping people would be seen as a bad thing?


[–] Nalbarcam 1 points 61 points (+62|-1) ago 

narcissists gonna narcissist

see the way he said "BECAUSE I SAID SO!"

some folks get into positions of power purely to exert their will upon others. obviously common in the police, some military (but less so because the context tend to be different), preachers, schoolteachers

you might find this interesting to read:


[–] auggs 1 points 48 points (+49|-1) ago 

People helping each other, of their own volition, basically eliminates need for govt. Seeing people act on their own is an affront on govt authority and identity.


[–] Apathy 1 points 8 points (+9|-1) ago 

They usually set up shop in areas where they think it's going to flood with refugees. It's not bad when you try to help people, but if say 100k people move from one town over to another with 100k people already living there, there's not going to be a place to put them. Which soon will lead to looting, robberies, break ins, etc. Not something you want for yourself or your community. Add to the fact that the vast majority of folks in Louisiana were black, and a good portion are black/illegals in Texas (who were shooting at rescuers no less) and you see where this is going.


[–] Proxima 2 points 3 points (+5|-2) ago 

Because the US is full of fucking loser doucubags like this cop who only can think of themselves and their power. They're fucking pathetic and should take their Glock, and kill them selves ASAP


[–] AnarchicAlpaca 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Because it makes federal law enforcement look impotent. which is suitable.


[–] Alois_sticklgruber 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Once people see, they dont need the government they've swallowed the last redpill and didnt even know it.

They need us to NEED THEM, or else they arent relevant and vanish