Anti Riot Police

posted on 27th of june, 2013

Lately with the protests in many parts of the world, we see no respect from the governments to their own people, excess of force & aggression are being practiced by their armed "Anti-Riot" Police, not to mention those who send their killing army forces...

Isn't there any respect for democracy & human rights anymore!?!
Unfortunately it seems not! :(

My question to both sides, whom you are trying to hurt?! Are you enemies?!

At the same time I don't understand those "uncivilized" people who just go to the streets to start damaging public properties & even some private ones, which will never solve any issue, on the contrary it will show how incapable they are to negotiate any right or to reach any solution with a common sense!

It's really hard to know who's right & who's wrong & whom to defend!!!

Comments (6)

Posted by Mani33 on June 29, 2013
Of course! These are faceless heroes in most of the cases!
Posted by Unteroffizier on June 28, 2013
We have to be grateful to the photographers and journalists who probably put their lives at risk capturing the images and reporting on the ground.
Posted by Mani33 on June 28, 2013
So true @Unteroffizier
Thanks @Debbie! (((H)))
@Olamojor I hope that too!
Posted by Olamojor on June 28, 2013
I really feel sad when watching these pictures ... I hope all that will stop some day.
Posted by Dmccale on June 28, 2013
I agree totally.Peace and Love everyone please.
Posted by Unteroffizier on June 28, 2013
In times of unrest, there will always be lesser criminals, troublemakers who will exploit the situation to rob, steal or wreck havoc and destroy properties.

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