law enforcement doesn't "see" white supremacy because it's identical to their own ideology. The only reason there's an increased focus on it now is because white supremacists are getting more violent. But if you don't fix the ideology you won't be able to make any lasting changes
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Of course police have "no idea how to stop white nationalism." Because america is built on white nationalism, and police exist to defend that particular brand of white nationalism. You can't ask them to do any lasting damage to it because doing so would harm their own institution
@videodante And this is an important lesson on identity I feel like people miss. When we say that all cops are bad, we don't refer to the individual and their various identities, we refer to their identity as a cop, and the role they play in reinforcing the establishment.
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@videodante White supremacists aren't getting more violent; since the cops themselves are part of white supremacy, white supremacists have always been the most violent group in America. It's just that now white supremacists without magical blue suits are getting more violent.
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