Exemplary Behaviour (Still: Polite Language!)

Today, yours truly is humbled by the exemplary behaviour of a lady who really taught me (and us) the meaning of pacific, peaceful and, above all, classy protest. The video is somewhat dated, but the comportment of all the parties involved makes it a timeless and useful reminder, in these difficult and controversial times, of how police work should always be.

I think this is the future of effective communication and police interaction in the United States. This is the civil discourse of the future. This is policing for the XXI Century.

Because all lives matter.

The lady in question should be an example to us all. Polite, civil, extremely well articulated, but above all, classy. She expresses her disagreement with the men in blue in a way that makes it impossible not to be touched by her sensitive, gentle nature. She disagrees with them, of course. It’s a free Country, she is obviously allowed to do it.

But it is not what she says (I allow myself to disagree on her message). It is the gentle, ladylike nature of the lady that really strikes me. She is an example to us all.

An applause also goes, if you ask me, to the LEO who, at the end of the conversation, puts an end to the polite disagreement and causes the lady to provisionally cease her polite remarks.

Congratulations to everybody are in order here, I think.

Marked civility, positive interaction, and great final outcome.

This is how it should always be.

Please scroll below to see it for yourselves.





















Posted on July 20, 2020, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Has the video of the ‘gentle, ladylike’ woman since been removed after you wrote this?

    • Not by me!! You need to scroll down for the dramatic effect…

    • Okay so either there was no legitimate first video of what you described and you were just using satire and that was lost upon me, or said video was removed somehow. If I’m right with the first part of what I said, my fault! I haven’t been reading you regularly enough to pick up on your sarcasm. Well played!

    • The video is still there, pal.
      you need to *scroll down*.
      For the sake of completeness: there never was a first video.
      It was all a bit ironic…

  2. I hadn’t seen the incident from all those different angles. I especially like the black cop, who is NOT intimidated by this mouthy broad, taking her out with one heavy smack to the head. She goes down like a big beached whale. There’s even more saintly womanhood on display these days. In Portland a woman took off all her clothes and sat down on the street in front of the police with her legs splayed out. The SJW version of tear gas, I suppose. They call her “Naked Athena”. Maybe she’s America’s version of the French Revolution’s “Goddess of Reason”.

  3. Not exactly on topic, but it’s the same kind of culture. This guy had a father who seems pretty squared away, though. Such a nice young man he was. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2WH1bFLJmE

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