How does one confide in a government that's built it's principles upon greed and deception? It's no rocket science that our system has divested in education, adequate healthcare and job creation in poor and black communities while money is spent on policing and constant surveillance in these areas. Those who speak up, reach out, and step up are subject to death, harassment and scrutiny by a police force that's so caught up in it's own corruption that they too fail to realize that they are conditioned to into seeing citizens as enemies.
What's frightening about this reality is that people aren't safe in their homes and denied the right to protect it against unlawful intruders...this may hold true for some but hasn't been the case for Marissa Alexander, a woman who exercised her right in her own home to protect herself and children against her estranged husband who presented himself as a threat against them. How does this make sense?
Constant police raids subjecting non-violent drug offenders, wrongly targeted civilians has increased. These raids and unlawful searches has lead terror, injuries, and unnecessary deaths. Police aren't trained adequately of how to do their jobs, provide no justification for the terror they spread in black and poor communities, and have devalued themselves as humans.