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Sat, 22 June 2013
I have been getting very depressed lately due to the events in the world. But this is great. I know that this cop is still a cop, but it shows that there is a thread of humanity and ethics in these people.
This is the video of a cop, who is refusing to obey the order to charge the crowd in Brazil with the car to “scare them”.
P.S. If somebody know who made the video, it would really help if it would be released under the free licence.
Direct download: police_sides_with_protesters.vorb.vp8.webm
Category:videocasts -- posted at: 5:36am EST
That's one of the perverse benefits of having a (negligibly) more corrupt institution :P: more flexibility. This "movement" -- the Brazilian instantiation of Occupy -- really depresses me though. Much like the one that occurred in my town, and that occurred in many other cities around the world, it will fizzle out with the same fickleness with which it started. They don't understand the fundamentals -- just that "something" is wrong "somewhere". That's not enough.