Not a single pro-life person that I have met is truly pro-life. They’re pro-forced pregnancy. Pro-forced birth. Anti-abortion. Anti-choice. But not pro-life. Else, they would be in Ferguson holding signs. They would counter bullying as though, quite literally, our children’s lives depend on it. They would promote support for mothers, for poor children, for food stamps, for education. They would advocate for gun control, rehab programs, helping the homeless and sick, and suicide prevention. They would fight police brutality, domestic violence, gang violence, the death penalty, hate crimes, human trafficking, the prison industrial complex, every single war, and anything else that kills people. But they don’t. You’ve heard it all before, but I’ll say it again. Nothing–not one single element–of the so-called ‘pro-life movement’ is actually about protecting the living and extending the lives of people.
Ms Dick said young black men and boys were statistically more likely to be the victims and perpetrators of knife crime, making up 21 of 24 teenagers murdered so far this year.
And whose going to sort it out? Our heoric upper class privately educated white oxbridge chief of police, that’s who. She knows all about knife crime carried out by young men in poor inner city areas, growing up as she did in affluent suburban oxford in the 70s.
PHILIPPINES. Mandaluyong. August 19, 2017. The lifeless body of a man lies on a street. A recent spike in the killings related to the government’s anti-drug operation sparked outrage among citizens as police confirmed deaths as high as 35 bodies in one day starting last week. The killing of a 17 year old boy who was collared by police in Caloocan city added to the furor as witnesses claim that they saw police handed the boy a gun and asked him to run before shooting him to death. President Duterte lauded the killing of the 35 people last week and had asked for the killing of more people involved in drugs.
On the 11th of November 1880 the iconic Irish Australian bushranger Ned Kelly was executed by hanging in Melbourne.
Kelly and his gang are remembered for robbing banks and waging a war on
police. At the time of his capture he had enormous popular support
amongst working people, which continues to this day.
“Are all my brothers and sisters, and my mother, not to be pitied also,
who have no alternative but to put up with the brutal and cowardly
conduct of a parcel of big ugly fat-necked wombat headed, big bellied,
magpie legged, narrow hipped, splay-footed sons of Irish bailiffs or
English landlords, known as ‘officers of justice’ or 'Victorian Police’
who some call honest gentlemen but I would like to know what business an
honest man would have in the Police as it is an old saying it takes a
rogue to catch a rogue.”
“Since we were children, we have witnessed these scenes–scenes that never end, that come every day. There are deaths, bodies thrown out, decapitations,” says Marvin González, 32, who leads a faction of Mara Salvatrucha in the town of Ilopango, a few miles east of the capital, San Salvador. “We are killing among poor people. It’s a war without sense.”
Mara Salvatrucha got its start on the streets of Los Angeles in the early 1980s. El Salvador was then riven by a brutal civil war, with leftist guerrillas fighting a U.S.-backed dictatorship. Thousands of young people fled to take refuge in California. To defend themselves there against established Mexican-American and African-American gangs, they formed Mara Salvatrucha.
When the guerrillas laid down their weapons in 1992, the U.S. deported many Mara Salvatrucha prisoners. Back home, the gang members began to play out the Los Angeles street war in Central America.The recent surge in killings has become a problem for the U.S. Gang violence has prompted many young people in Central America to flee their homes, leading to U.S. authorities’ detaining record numbers of unaccompanied migrant children crossing Mexico’s border with the U.S. last year.
President Salvador Sánchez Cerén has promised a renewed offensive on gangs, with new battalions made up of seasoned soldiers who will specialize in fighting the criminal organizations. That could mean more bloodshed, but Salvadorans, desperate to see an end to the gangs’ dominance, are likely to welcome the campaign. If it doesn’t work, the gangs are likely to take control of more of Central America–and more migrants will flee north in search of a safe haven.
(1) A police officer from a special unit patrols the streets on May 21, 2015.
(2) Police investigate a murder in the capital, on May 21, 2015.
(3) An older woman cries in the district of Soyapango while police conducts a night raid in search of Mara Salvatrucha gang (MS 13) members on June 11, 2015.
A member of Mara Salvatrucha gang is arrested for allegedly belonging to a criminal gang during a police raid in the district of Soyapango on June 11, 2015.
Can you reccomend me a twisted live jikook fic.. Unhealthy rls etc.. With top kook
Hey! No problem, I hope these fit what you had in mind!
Title:En Passant Author: Error401 Rating: Mature Genre: Angst, Humor, Hurt/Comfort Summary: “Hey,” Jungkook said, voice low, “whatever he did, he didn’t deserve that.” “Oh?” Choi said, mouth twisting in amusement. “Did you know his boyfriend likes to sever heads and preserve them? I hear he’s got quite the collection.” Jungkook felt his eye twitch. “That’s disgusting, and also not funny.” He glanced at the crying boy, who’d now curled his legs up to fit on the chair, his feet bare and as tiny as the rest of him. Lines of red were spilling from under the cuffs, dripping onto the table. “I’m going to find a first aid kit and treat those.” “I wasn’t joking,” Choi said, as Jungkook slipped out of the room.
Title:Stockholm Syndrome Author: Yoongi_Cutie_Yoongi Rating: Not Rated Genre: Drama, Angst Summary:Who was that man?
Title:Well Done! Author: annafeu Rating: Explicit Genre: Romance, Horror, Angst, Fluff, Smut Summary: Running low on provisions to last them through the winter, wolf-pack leader Jungkook captures an unsuspecting rabbit to have for his Christmas dinner. Warning: Major character death
**BONUS: SERIES** Series Title: Making a Murderer Author: seokjinim Rating: Explicit
Title:Strumming My Pain with His Fingers Genre: Angst, Smut Summary: Park Jimin is an avid stalker of his schoolmate, Jeon Jungkook, a handsome playboy, known across his University. However, when Jimin’s sick obsession crosses the line, he begins to realise Jungkook isn’t really the man he says he is.
Title:Code of Conduct Genre: Angst, Drama, Smut Summary: After escaping prison with a little bit of assistance, Jungkook reunites with his partner in crime, Park Jimin. Together they begin to pursue a life of crime aiming a spot on Korea’s most wanted list.
Helloooooo ~~~ do you know any fics where jk has a dominant personality? But not like in bdsm or alpha/omega aus. Thank you
Hello! Hmm, so I’m assuming you’d still like stories with smut as long as they’re not BDSM or ABO!verse right? Correct me if I’m wrong though lol, but I hope these fit what you had in mind?
Title:Detained Author: PARKCH1M Rating: Explicit Genre: Smut Summary: park jimin is a brat, but officer jeon is always there to put him in his place.
Title:I’ll Never Let You Go Author: jiminniexmochi Rating: Mature Genre: Smut Summary: Jimin’s normally more confident than this. He’s normally a bit more cocky and a hell of a lot more sassy. But, right now, oh no, he’s far from being any of those. Especially with the male in front of him looking at him with a knowing, amused glint in his eye and a small smirk tugging at the corner of his lips. The male who happened to be Jimin’s last night stand 2 days ago. And the son of the CEO of a company that Jimin’s currently being interviewed for. Well, if Jimin wasn’t going to hell right now, he sure as hell booked a one-way ticket by now.
Title:I’m the Hyung Author: justhere Rating: Mature Genre: Smut Summary: Request/Prompt: No matter how many times he asserts his “hyung” status over Jungkook, Jimin still has a secret ‘thing’ for being dominated by him
Title:Mr. Jeon Author: Kookie_andCream Rating: Explicit Genre: Smut Summary: Jimin is a high school art student who seriously needs to start figuring himself out. Jungkook is his science teacher, and he makes Jimin question way too many things about himself—and his sexuality—than he’s comfortable with.
Title: Shared Leadership Author: bangtanlady Rating: Explicit Genre: Drama, Romance Summary: When the Chil Sung Pa’s (The Seven Star gang) leader dies, the management of the syndicate is divided between two men - his biological son and the young man he had loved like one.
Title:Tension Author: snarcsics Rating: Explicit Genre: Smut Summary: Jimin has been spending too much time with others that weren’t Jungkook. So maybe it was time for Jungkook to remind his pretty little boyfriend who he belonged to.
Mafia BTS reacting to you turning them into the police because their rival gang is holding your family hostage
Anonymous said: BTS reaction to you, their s/o, having to turn them in because their rival gang is holding their s/o’s family member?? xx
this is my first time writing so i hope you guys like it!
Jin wouldn’t be mad that you turned him in, he would just be so terribly sad. How could you, his jagi not only put him out of work, but got him stuck in prison. But, when you called and told him about your family being held hostage, he wasn’t as sad. He called his men and told them to get him the best lawyer they could find and get him out of there.
Yoongi, unlike Jin was pissed off. If you had just told him about your family the two of you could be laying in your bed together, but he was now laying in a cell. You had told him how sorry you were and that was your family but all he could say to you was:
“But aren’t I family too?”
Hoseok sat in the psych ward, what you told him made him go crazy, he threw and broke things, and he even tried to kill himself, what was the point of living knowing that his true love had even turned on him. He was so discouraged about what happened that he even stopped eating, so he was fed through tubes. You tried to make things right by getting a lawyer and you even got him out, but his trust for you had diminished into thin air when he got pull out of his home.
Namjoon wouldn’t believe you turned him in, he would try to find out who put him in their, but every trace came back to you. When realization finally hit him, every emotion hit him at once; sadness, anger guilt, envy, and many more. And when he finally talked to you and he found out why you put him in their, he got very soft but mad.
“Why didn’t you tell me? We could have done it together, now I’m here…”
Jimin looked at you in disbelieve that you had done this to him. It had been a normal night when he got dragged out of his home, you had repeatedly said ‘I’m so sorry Jimin.’ while he got dragged away.
Saying Jimin was mad was an under statement, the first day he was in prison he went down solitary confinement for beating a man up. But once he left confinement, he wouldn’t act up till his boys got him out of there, til that time, your betrayal would be the only thing on his mind.
He would keep his calm until he found out it was you who put him away. Getting put in by some rival didn’t compare to his jagi putting him away. Anytime you would come to visit he wouldn’t come and see you, to disappointed to see your face.
Despite Jungkook’s powerful persona, he would be devastated that you did this to him. He didn’t even care about being in jail, no one messed with him anyways, but that fact that you did this to him made it hurt 500% more than if it were any rival. And if you visited him and tried to talk, he would break down into tears before you could go deep enough into the conversation
Hi! I hope you guys all liked this, I loved writing this to be honest (especially hobi’s part!) ~ Admin Pipes
PHILIPPINES. Manila. October 11, 2016. They Are Slaughtering Us Like Animals. Heavy rain pours as police operatives investigate inside an alley where a victim, Romeo Joel Torres Fontanilla (37) was killed by two unidentified gunmen riding motorcycles in the early morning.
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines began his anti-drug campaign when he took office on June 30, 2016. Since then, more than 2,000 people have been slain at the hands of the police alone. Beyond those killed in official drug operations, the Philippine National Police have counted more than 3,500 unsolved homicides since July 1. The victims, suspected users and pushers, are not afforded any semblance of due process.
General News, First Prize, Stories at the World Press Photo Contest.
Photograph: Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times