“His response was to fight it with the only weapons at hand—passive resistance and open displays of contempt.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan
“a sort of mirror opposite of the iconic defiant Tiananmen Square photo”
Lexi,19 knows how to stand up for something she believes in: the police, and historic power narratives of the status quo. The status quo in America today are the politics of a police state, in collusion with white females, who are chronically in distress.
“…another night in the life of the American Police State.
But then, just after midnight, an image of something we certainly hadn’t seen before caught our attention. It was a photo posted by Lynden Steel of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch showing a young woman standing vigilantly in front of a line a police officers, as if defending them, a sort of mirror opposite of the iconic defiant Tiananmen Square photo.
“Lexi, 19, stands to protect cops,” Steel’s tweet read. “‘I would rather get hit by something than let it hit them.'”
Probably NOT because she’s white…..naw…..but because she’s female, and white.
Hero’s are born, not made, they tell us.