Why I Back The Blue



People have asked me why I am always so pro-police and seemingly defend the police, right or wrong. Is it because I am related to two people who were in law enforcement? Nope. Is it because I am a loli fan afraid of the law? No, why would I?  Is it because I fear the police? No, I have no reason to. So why? Short answer: Benefit of the doubt. Long answer:

Law enforcement in the US generally go through basic training that last as little as 2 weeks in some departments to as much as 6 months in others. Then they go through up to a year or more in Field Training before being set free to patrol as an individual officer(or in pairs). Half of police departments do not even give their police officers/deputies bulletproof vest, and very few law enforcement members in the US have bulletproof doors/windows on their unit. Police officers have to deal with verbal and physical abuse everyday, worry about being killed every day, have to see some of the worst things imaginable everyday and more often than not, they do not get any respect or assistance from politicians and city leaders when they need it the most. And they do this and go through all this for 40 hours a week, often more(overtime).

Despite all of that, they choose to put on their uniform and uphold the law and protect strangers that may or may not even like them. Most police officers never fire their weapon in the course of their career and suffer from PTSD before their career even ends. So any person that is willing to go through so much for complete strangers, I think it is reasonable to give police the benefit of the doubt and laugh at the idea that police are racist looking to kill minorities for any little thing.

So that is why I back the blue, that is why I tend to side with police unless evidence proves their guilt and that is why I will continue to support law enforcement ranging from school campus police up to the FBI and hell, law enforcement around the world(excluding countries with well-documented widespread police corruption and brutality) If that is too hard for you to understand then there is nothing I can do for you.




(Artist: 箭飾ちのん)


Every now and then, a business would do something so stupid that it’s breathtaking: Reject law enforcement. It is undoubtedly the dumbest thing a business could do short of setting fire to their own establishment in front of their insurance agent and claiming accident insurance. I understand it is the right of a business to reject anybody for any reason(not necessarily true) but that doesn’t mean such actions will go unpunished. ANY business that rejects law enforcement as consumers in ANY way should be “blackballed” by local departments, which would be legal, I guess, thanks to Warren v. District of Columbia, Castle Rock v. Gonzales, and other similar court rulings.

If you do not want police officers as consumers or police officers carrying their weapon inside, then fucking protect yourselves and do your own investigating when you’re robbed. Don’t expect protection from those you reject. Ever heard of the phrase “don’t bite the hand that feeds you” or “don’t cut off your nose to spite your face”? Yeah, our parents told us that as kids and that applies here.

And what in god’s name makes you think it’s a great idea to reject what is, for all intent and purpose, FREE SECURITY? A smart business would welcome law enforcement at any time, grant them discounts(or free meals), and treat them like they are special VIP consumers. Only a really stupid or desperate criminal would attempt to rob a business that is known to be pro-law enforcement, and therefore, likely occupied by law enforcement most of the day.

Funny how some business will reject police officers but the minute someone robs them or causes a massive disturbance, they are quick to threaten to or actually call the same police they reject. So, police departments that face an anti-police business should refuse to respond to 911 calls to said businesses unless there is a life threatening situation underway. And any business that rejects law enforcement should start calling thugs for protection or defend themselves.

Oh, and don’t give me this “we pay their salary(taxes)” bullshit because you don’t exactly have a choice, now do you? So don’t speak as if you CHOOSE to “pay their salary” because you either pay taxes or you get a visit from the police you rejected, simple as that.  Funny how that works, huh? Hell, I’m pretty sure if you put a law on the ballot in every state asking voters if ‘law enforcement should be allowed to refuse to respond to businesses that do not allow police’, a majority of those voters, those TAXPAYERS, would vote YES. But that’s beside the point and I think I already made mine.