The Louisville Courier-Journal reports:
Gov. Andy Beshear reacted to a report Friday showing a Kentucky State Police training slideshow quoting Adolf Hitler three times and advocating officers to use “ruthless” violence, calling it “unacceptable.” Students in the journalism program at Louisville’s duPont Manual High School obtained the slideshow from the agency through an open records request and first reported it.
“This is absolutely unacceptable,” said Beshear in an emailed statement. “It is further unacceptable that I just learned about this through social media. We will collect all the facts and take immediate corrective action.” As reported by the Manual Redeye, one slide in the training material for KSP cadets titled “Violence of Action” tells officers to “meet violence with greater violence” and be a “ruthless killer.”
Kentucky State Police training presentation quoting Hitler is ‘unacceptable,’ governor says
As reported by the Manual Redeye, one slide in the training material for KSP cadets titled “Violence of Action” tells officers to “meet violence with greater violence” and be a “ruthless killer.”
The slide then quotes a line from Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” — “The very first essential for success is a perpetually constant and regular employment of violence” — one of three from the genocidal German dictator in the presentation.
The closing slide of the training states “Über Alles” in large text, a phrase that is associated with nationalism and Nazis in Germany.
Is there any doubt now that the police forces have been infiltrated by white supremacists / white nationalist? Is there any doubt about the Nazi influence in the law enforcement in the US. This is now a time of reckoning, we must face it and uproot it. Hugs