This is serious. Find a good cop and win $10,000
Do you want some extra money? How about $10,000?
We’ve got a deal for you. We just ask that you complete two tasks. NOTE: this is not spam, we’re really putting up our own cash for this challenge.
The first task is incredibly easy. For the first task all you have to do is acknowledge that a good person is someone who, at a bare minimum, does not routinely engage in acts like armed theft, kidnapping, extortion, coercion, and the initiation of violent force upon innocent people.
Simply send us an email acknowledging that you agree with this fact. You’re now half-way to $10,000.
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The second task is perhaps more difficult. In fact it might be impossible. Thousands of Americans have tried to accomplish this second task but they’ve all lost hope. But maybe you can do it.
For your second task, we ask that you find us just one currently active cop who meets the following requirements, all of which are consistent with the very minimal definition of a good person outlined above. Find one currently active cop who has:
(1) Never taken people against their will, locked people in cages, or extorted money from people for a victimless “crime” like carrying marijuana, that is, who has never participated in the War on Drugs.
(2) Never accepted a government paycheck to enforce the rule of corrupt politicians.
(3) Never stolen money from hard-working Americans in the form of “traffic tickets” in order to generate revenue for a government.
(4) Always used his training to actively speak out against and arrest officers who abuse citizens, to the best of his ability.
Find just one active cop who meets those four requirements and we’ll concede that it is not inherently immoral to be a member of the modern state-monopolized US police force — and then we’ll send you $10,000.
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Of course, you can’t find one, because none exist. None can exist within the modern institution of state-monopolized policing, because it is an inherently abusive institution.
Does this mean that individuals who become police officers are all involved in evil?
Well, in one important sense, the answer is yes.
Think of it this way. As individuals, Waffen-SS members in 1930s Germany sometimes did good actions, such as saving lost dogs, providing food for homeless Germans, and saving wounded people.
But none of us today would say “most Waffen-SS members were good people.” That’s because the role itself of a Waffen-SS member was inherently immoral.
The good actions they sometimes performed were merely incidental and could have been done without joining the Waffen-SS.
Their role in the Waffen-SS still required them to spend most of their time oppressing people. Parallel reasoning applies to individual cops who do incidental good deeds sometimes but spend the rest of their time oppressing and stealing from people on behalf of a corrupt government.