A collection of videos of police killing people, while displaying the qualities of a hunting party, added as they are noticed online.
Hunting parties have been a human activity since pre history.
Policing, like modern military soldiering, involves taking people without experience in something and then training them to pretend they have experience without actually giving them any experience since the training is a group activity not an individual experience. What you end up with is a mass of people with a veneer of 'policing' or 'soldiering' which washes away when the training environment, the choreographed environment, is gone. The 'training' evolves into 'how to camouflage one's motives' rather than whatever it pretends to be.
In the Weltanschauungskrieg section because in each case 'police' i.e., an artificial alliance, not an archetypal group, are acting as a hunting party which is an archetypal group. They have been assembled into a group under contrived authority, essentially 'gang power', and the only requirement of their alliance is that they pretend to have 'civilized' motives which they do not have.
This could have been put in a 'behaviorism' section if there were one, but there isn't. Behaviorism is the study of behavior rather than the analysis of internal processes. In these cases there is a) hunting party behavior as well as b) camouflage speech designed to hide the real motives. The camouflage speech is part of the 'we are good people doing this to help you' ruse. If the police said 'we like the gang power of forcing ourselves on people' then their gang would not succeed.
Notice that in each case the police are aware they are being filmed and go overboard in pretending that their goal is to help their victim. In many or most cases the police believe their own acting, something that will lead to a sort of dissociation among them later on.
One of the core values of policing everywhere, but to an extreme in the United States, is that vulnerable people are mainly targeted. Police are trained to specifically target those who do not have the ability to defend themselves, and to tolerate 'crimes' by those who have power. The root of this is simple human nature and also probably the hierarchical nature of policing organizations. A 'higher level' police officer e.g. an administrator, a chief, etc, can more easily control those under him or her by giving them easy wins.
This sort of ruse then sets the stage for false 'federal' melting pot control entities to step in and take the power which is being relinquished by misbehaving local police https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/04/28/victor-hill-sheriff-georgia-charged/
Of course false federal entities are much worse offenders than local police gangs, in fact they are the origin of the 'local' problem.
A person should be aware that there is such a thing as a genuine federating influence, which involves federating power between tribal interests, but in places like the United States 'federating' is simply an ever evolving ruse to keep colonial power within the original colonizing force.
1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBJnToNolHw A police officer is compressing the upper right chest of a severely overweight person. He and his partner are putting a lot of force into their control despite there never having been any evidence of any threat from the individual. It isn't clear what crime the police are pretending he committed, perhaps shoplifting alcohol or trespassing in a park. Their victim appears to have diminished capacity, both from alcohol and from past use, probably involuntary, of psychiatric meds. Notice that the second officer approaches as a hunter confident in his ability to overpower the victim as part of a group, rather than as an individual trying to address a situation. Both officers are playing to the camera, trying to pretend they are acting on decent motives.
2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53x1VR3FX9A Chicago police shoot a person because they cannot outrun him. Like many or most people in that area, including the police, he has a gun. Having a gun and using it are two different things. He most likely would not have used the gun in that situation unlike the police. Does he have some kind of criminal record? He probably does not get a big paycheck like the police, and the basis for an industrialized society is training people to get money by any means. Smart people who do not have the means to get high paying jobs usually sell drugs. Did he need a gun? His gun was the only thing that gave him a chance to survive an attack like that. His hesitancy to use it cost him his life. Most situations are different, but that is the case in this situation.