#myNYPD Police Brutality Backlash goes Global. Worldwide #my(InsertCorruptPD) Twitter Storm Underway

Cassius Methyl | The Anti Media

Yesterday we saw an amazing, spontaneous burst of reality into a poor attempt to gain support for a corrupt system made by the NYPD. Thumbnail credit: Twitter/blogdiva

After Twitter was flooded with photos of the NYPD abusing people yesterday in response to the NYPD asking New Yorkers to take friendly pictures with officers and post with the hashtag #MyNYPD, the floodgates of reality are breaking open spontaneously nationwide.

Nationwide today, and sure to be a global phenomena by the time you read this article, police brutality photos with hashtags such as #MyOPD and #MyLAPD, are taking over Twitter. Even the mainstream media is uncontrollably focusing on the intense display of this paradigm shift. View our article that went viral on this story from yesterday here.

This opportunity can be used to paint a realistic portrait of the police departments in America by participating in the already accelerating Twitter storm. You can post police brutality photos or any photos you wish that reveal the reality of your local police department, with the hashtag #My(Insert Your Corrupt Police Department Here).

Now is the opportunity to help accelerate the rising tide of consciousness with your power to voice your opinion through a simple tweet.

Why not take hold of your power, and voice your opinion?

Please share this with as many people as possible, and if you want, flood Twitter with opinions about your local police departments, with hashtag #My(Insert Corrupt Police Department Here).

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