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Viva l’etat de la Police


This brave riot cop saved society from a ruthless hoard of striking students — students who wanted to attack hard work, a basic building block of society! The students were striking against fair and just austerity measures enacted by the ruling elite of our neoliberal oligarchy.

This hero cop can be seen firing a teargass canister into the face of a mob member at pointblank range. He has been reported to have performed the method on at least one other student striker. His innovative use of weapons intended to administer chemical warfare on his own fellow citizens should be praised.

Below the protestor is pictured weaky accepting help from a total stranger –no doubt at tax payer cost.

Please, if you see anything like this happening, take pictures of these valiant efforts to protect our rich from future tax increases.

Taxes, as many of you know, are nothing more than violence deployed by the mob. Our rich and powerful rulers deserve better than to have a gun put to their heads just to provide a basic standard of living for a bunch of lazy students who having nothing better to do than learn about things like power structures and civil rights and critical economics and other pointless absurdities.


These students should bless our neoliberal god-heads for selflessly cutting taxes on the rich and rewarding hard work rather than punishing it.


A raising tide lifts all boats, and those who have their heads underwater now should not be looking for a life raft or a ring buoy; those things cost money —  making people, who can easily afford such things, pay for them is a violent act that should not be tolerated.


If you find yourself drowning, just swim harder.

Viva l’etat de la Police!

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