People don’t mind when you point out the tyranny that has happened in other countries, but most have a hard time viewing their OWN “country,” their OWN “government,” and their OWN “law enforcers,” in any sort of objective way.Having been trained to feel a blind loyalty to the ruling class of the particular piece of dirt they live on (a.k.a. It is a testament to the effectiveness of authoritarian indoctrination that literally billions of people throughout history have begged and screamed and cried in the face of authoritarian injustice and oppression, but only a tiny fraction have ever lifted a finger to actually try to STOP it.Beginning his movie career with a series of impressive costarring performances, Murphy made the leap to leading man status in the action-comedy classic "Beverly Hills Cop." Released on December 5, 1984, it remains his most financially successful live-action film to date.On its 30th anniversary, here's a look at Eddie Murphy's ten best roles, plus five that should be forgotten.Taking a break from action films, Murphy played an all too rare modern adult in this underrated romantic comedy.Recalling the work of '80s era Blake Edwards, directors Reggie and Reginald Hudlin put Murphy's natural charisma to good use, casting him as a womanizing ad executive whose life is thrown a curve when he meets his new boss played by Robin Givens.In the real world, however, far more injustice, violence, torture, theft, and outright murder has been committed IN THE NAME of “law enforcement,” than has been committed in spite of it.To get a little perspective, try watching a documentary or two about some of the atrocities committed by the regimes of Stalin, or Lenin, or Chairman Mao, or Hitler, or Pol Pot, or any number of other tyrants in history.
From the moment he took the stage at 30 Rockefeller Plaza and shouted "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night! “I’m not a f— hood rat.” According to police, Campbell kicked the officer several times in the leg while being escorted to the police vehicle, where they say she also kicked the doors and windows of the car. I do remember getting into an altercation there, but I don’t remember what it was about.” Campbell told Fiorillo she deleted her social-media accounts due to threats she’s received, and wanted to convey an apology to the officer who was on the receiving end of her tirade, which she says she didn’t know was being filmed.“Colleen Campbell is no longer employed by PHL17,” a spokeswoman said in a statement to The indoctrinated masses all race to see who can be first, and loudest, to proclaim that it is NEVER okay to forcibly resist “law enforcement.” In doing so, they also inadvertently demonstrate why so much of human history has been plagued by tyranny and oppression.In an ideal world, cops would do nothing except protect people from thieves and attackers, in which case shooting a cop would never be justified.