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AMAC Chief Warns Against Anti-Cop Attitudes That Undermine Safety

policeWASHINGTON, DC, Feb 12 – Super Bowl 50 caused quite a stir last Sunday, not because of the outcome but because of its half-time show.  Many who saw the mid-game entertainment segment were up in arms over the not-so-subtle anti-police theme—so much so that it sparked a call for a massive protest next week at NFL headquarters in New York City, reports Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens.

“Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani was among the first to condemn the performance by pop music star Beyonce’ for her revue featuring an apparent salute to such groups as the Black Panther and Black Lives Matter movements.  Both of these organizations have been consistently hostile to police and Giuliani took offense at the use of the Super Bowl to promote a troublingly biased political position,” according to Weber.

The AMAC chief said he was in total agreement with Giuliani’s description of the event as “outrageous.”  For one thing, Beyoncé’s performance was “decidedly divisive” and likely to provoke more anti-cop sentiment.

As Giuliani put it: “What she should be doing in the African American community and in all communities is build up respect for police.”

Weber pointed out that arbitrarily using forums such as the Super Bowl to promote animosity toward law enforcement officers are doing themselves a disservice.  “They are undermining their own safety because it leads to restrictions on the ability of the police to provide protection and because it puts the police on the defensive.”

Tactics such as “stop and frisk” that allowed police officers to do just that when they came across suspicious activity have been widely curtailed.  “And the results don’t sit well with many concerned citizens, particularly victims of violent crime and their families,” Weber said.

“In New York City where the current Mayor Bill de Blasio shut down the practice when he took office, there was an outcry when a weekend crime spree left four people dead last Spring.  One local resident told reporters, ‘with all these shootings, people getting killed, do it, but stop and frisk the guys you know from experience might have a gun.’  And, that’s what it’s all about, trusting lawmen to do the right thing.”

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Dan
5 years ago

Why not boycott Pepsi? I have. Pepsi is the one that sponsored the half time show.

Wyoming Rancher
5 years ago
Reply to  Dan

That is a good idea! Make our voices heard.

Illinois gal
5 years ago
Reply to  Dan

How about the having the entertainers provide a list of their proposed show including song lyrics; then if they sang something other than that (e.g., controversial or negative material that would be objectionable) they would be in breach of contract. By providing that info ahead of time, the sponsor (whoever it might be) would be able to evaluate the material and/or respond with appropriate, but possibly necessary, legal reaction. If that ever happened, wouldn’t it influence musical performers to play it straight, so to speak? Also, I doubt PEPSI had any such chance to approve or even be informed like that, since Beyonce is such a huge star and had not done anything like that previously. (In other words, don’t blame or boycott Pepsi without that knowledge since I donj’t beleve a corporation would pre-approve such material as was sung.) I think Beyonce grabbed an opportunity to grandstand because of the huge audience watching the Superbowl.

David Gusman
5 years ago

why is it that the only time black lives matter is when a white policeman shoots a black person? They should not think that they can getaway with acting as a thug.

Wyoming Rancher
5 years ago
Reply to  David Gusman

ALL lives matter, and those who obey the law should be protected. Often, it is ‘black on black’ crime that is the biggest problem in the black neighborhoods. Many times those responding to the call are black POLICEMEN who have to take a stand against a black law breaker. Their (the black policemen) lives matter, too.
However, the police are human, and as such are not perfect. They do occasionally make a mistake. We will “shoot” ourselves in the foot—no pun intended, when we remove respect for the law!

barb
5 years ago

Hey, folks! Do a Google search for Tom Alciere and you’ll find that he is really not a good person:

“An individual (Tom Alciere) in New Hampshire is collecting and publishing your voter registration information. It includes your home address, birth date, and more.”

Apparently, this extends to other states besides New Hampshire, too! I knew he was involved in criminal activity!

HAM
5 years ago

The Black Panthers have a history of being thugs and make no mistake, so is Black Lives Matter. I believe their leaders want the power politics will bring to their organization and as long as they remain peaceful and within the law, that’s within their rights. People who may vote for one of their representatives need to know those candidates may not have EVERYONE’S interest at heart. Obama is proof of that. We’ve all known it but his final year in office he is showing the contempt he really has for this country. People need to keep that in mind when voting for any candidate for any office.

Pratt Landry
5 years ago

So you are the judge and jury for this case since you must know actually all the details. Good for you! However, you are denying yourself of the reality that black on black crime is not all that important because the press and the so called black leadership do not care enough about it to complain. But I must admit that I am merely stating my opinion which may or may not be the majority opinion. Where is the national and racial scoreboard of black on black crime compared to white on black crime? Where are the complaints of the so called black leadership speaking out against black on black crime? Ever wonder why they do not attempt to take any action?

barb
5 years ago

To PaulE and DA…
Thanks for your intelligent additions to this discussion.

Pratt Landry
5 years ago

Concerning the contradictory “Black Lives Matter”… If the politically motivated so called black leadership really cared about black lives they would be making positive movements to reduce black on black crime such as murder. Blaming other races politically serves only to dis-unite the United States and give false hope to those who do not realize what is truly taking place. Their goal and relative success results in misleading the very people they are claiming to be helping. Divide and conquer is their ultimate goal. By attacking and attempting to damage the various freedoms and protection offered by our proven governing system they want to destroy a system that has proven itself more worthy than any other governing system ever implemented. Opportunity for all is critical for our survival. Working together we as a nation can accomplish whatever we set the goal to do. Dividing ourselves will only result in losing our freedoms and strength. Black lives along with all lives certainly matter to all of us. We should expose these false leaders for what they really are and do everything possible to reunite our country, get jobs back for everyone, and allow everyone to live the American Dream.

Tom Alciere
5 years ago
Reply to  Pratt Landry

“protection offered by our proven governing system they want to destroy a system that has proven itself more worthy than any other governing system ever implemented. ”

The courts always pretend to believe whatever fairy tale the cop testilies. The two goons that murdered Jonathan Ferrell both deserve to fry for it, and neither will be brought to justice under the system you so love.

Miriam
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

And where is the justice for an 18 month old Antonio who was hot in the face by two black teens simply because his poor white mother did not have any money as they attempted to rob her. The child was shot as he sat in his stroller. Where was Rev Jackson and Al Sharpton wiith their cries for justice, where were the marches, where was Obama saying this could have been my kid (since Obama is not pure black) and where was all the media coverage? No where! Because the baby was white – so spare me the justice crap.

Terri
5 years ago

There will never be any peace in this country as long as the hoodlums continue to live up to the black stereotype. Get over your anger and work on making something of yourself. In the meantime, law abiding citizens respect the police and appreciate their protection.

Miriam
5 years ago
Reply to  Terri

Well said. Hanging on to this anger is not serving any good to any one. We are all Americans. If anyone has a right to be anger, is our Native Americans. But they did something with the anger – they built casinos and are laughing at the rest of us all the way to the bank.

Lisa
5 years ago

I did not watch the Super Bowl, but did hear about what Beyonce did. I rely and depend on our Law Enforcement to protect it’s Citizens. God tells us to obey people in authority and He has divinely ordained that. Sure you do get some bad eggs in any job, but what she did is appalling and there should be some consequences or something. Maybe she needs to make a huge contribution to the Police Athletic League. The Super Bowl people need to have a better system to ‘pre-screen’ what their entertainment is planning to do. I have several family members in Law Enforcement. They should be esteemed and respected. Didn’t she come with an entourage of police escorts?

Ruel D
5 years ago
Reply to  Lisa

Ms Lisa,
I’m sure the NFL does screen the half time shows and were quite aware of what was coming. Those shows don’t just happen spontaneously. They have to be rehearsed and prepped for. The NFL got exactly what it wanted. Look at all the comments to this article. In some peoples’ minds talk like this is free advertising.

Ray
5 years ago

What this country needs in my opinion, is more things that unite us. Sadly today our political parties use tactics to divide us . Also sadly there is no real journalism anymore . I love the fact we have the internet to speak for us and share ideals. Political correctness is one of those divisive tactics, and I think we should speak the truth without malice . Anyone who is offended by the truth is not being honest with themselves. In any profession or calling there are those who stand out and execute their duties well and those who fall short. Judging one whole group for the failure of a few is just wrong.

Tom Alciere
5 years ago
Reply to  Ray

The problem with your thesis statement is the fact that some persons vehemently demand to be left alone. They don’t want or need anything to unite them to a community.

barb
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

So, Tom… go find a cave to live in!

Tom Alciere
5 years ago
Reply to  barb

Translation: You hate the truth.

barb
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

Translation: Only the great TOM knows the truth.
You wouldn’t know the truth if it kicked you in the ass.

Dalya
5 years ago

I am disgusted that the Super Bowl was used for this purpose. We all have some political agenda, but couldn’t Beyonce just entertain everyone? Also, I agree that this undermines respect for the police. These people who do all this will be the first ones to complain when police can’t help them after they’re stripped of all their power. I think most officers are respectful and helpful and when a few bad ones overreact, we need to get them out, but not disrespect all police personnel. Another thing – if people wouldn’t be stealing and slashing tires, maybe they wouldn’t put themselves in harm’s way for getting killed. Just sayin’

Gary
5 years ago

First of all,I was not debating you.I am tired of the negative comments by the public towards Police Officers.I can’t meet your credentials that you possess,therefore I’m not in your class of high intelligence.I surrender.Just remember your Dad and the sacrifice he gave to the public.The majority of Officers don’t need to police themselves.Does a bad minister or priest mean that the majority are tainted? Sorry I ruffled your feathers because that was not my intention.Sorry that you assumed I was insulting you,not the case.Have a nice life.

Mel Counts
5 years ago

What this country needs is leadership base on God’s principles to help us provide love, peace , and support as one people. Mel Counts

Francis
5 years ago
Reply to  Mel Counts

AMEN!!

Tom Alciere
5 years ago
Reply to  Mel Counts

How can that happen when there are so many different religions, each with its own version of God’s principles?

Doug
5 years ago

Add the NFL to the list of other American institutions being sacrificed for the cause of reformation by antagonists who will never rest until everybody either stands guilty or ashamed of charges brought by revisionist historians like Beyonce’ and other visionaries like her “partner?” JZ. they sell their violent profane hate speech to suburban “white” kids who have never earned anything and then instead of helping anything with the political power they snatch away with their millions of dollars they agitate.
There was a day when we watched the Superbowl because we liked, or in m y case loved football played at its highest level.
There was a day when the NFL was about football. Now it’s about commercials and selling beer and applauding, crass ridiculous celebrities who can’t smell the dung they leave in their wake.
It’s too bad i used to love the NFL. Now, every Sunday is about Women’s rights, every Championship game is about Gay this and Black that,
The NFL sold their soul for a halftime salute to leftist guerrillas who violently attack anybody who stands against their violent, terrorist tactics, and anybody who disagrees is called a bigot, or racist, by a privileged poet savant like Beyonce’ & JZ.
Well done NFL
It’s like I never knew ya’.

Ruel D
5 years ago
Reply to  Doug

Doug,
I, too used to love football. The affair began to go sour when the yellow flags started coming out every other play. My wife got me to watch a quarter of a recent Saints game and, by my estimation, the referees moved the ball more than the team did. As the antics of the players grew worse and worse, as in strutting around after doing your multi-million dollar job, my affection for the sport grew weaker. They lost me when the entire league was forced to “go pink” for a month. I seriously doubt any organization would voluntarily support any cause of any type. And before anyone tells me what a great cause it is, I might remind them that fighting a cancer based on gender is sexist, and only around 14% of the income of the organization goes to fighting cancer, and the CEO of the “non-profit” organization makes around $500k a year. Now, as I hear about the whining over concussions, the screaming about team names, and the vulgar and politicized half time shows, I’m glad I got away when I did. It was once a great game, a relaxing form of entertainment. Now, sadly it has become propaganda.

Marea
5 years ago

Police officers have an extremely difficult job and must deal within a unique environment every day. Dealing with a criminal element on a daily base is stressful and dangerous. Assisting and coming to the aid of a citizen in distress, often at the risk of their own lives, is what makes the officers job feel worthwhile.
There exists a crime element in all races..White, Black, Asian, Spanish, etc. No one should ever be excused or condoned, while commiting a crime, because of their skin color or race.

Tom Alciere
5 years ago
Reply to  Marea

“Police officers have an extremely difficult job and must deal within a unique environment every day.”

Their job will be easier when there is more respect for the law. To achieve that, you must first make the law respectable.

Unalienable rights, by definition, preempt the Rule of Law whenever the two things conflict with each other. If you want respect for the laws, don’t vote for candidates who support unjust laws:

1.) Drug control laws. Ain’t nobody’s business but your own if you overdose.
2.) Zoning restrictions. These prevent job creation and drive up rents, also forcing people to drive cars because they are forbidden to live closer to places where they can shop, work, or gather to drink together.
3.) Public school must be abolished. Too many parents are forced to turn down jobs because they have to drop their kids off at 7:20 a.m. to fit the schedule dictated to them by bureaucrats. Local towns even try to control school taxes by imposing zoning restrictions calculated to prevent more people from acquiring a legal residence within the town.

Peter
5 years ago

OK, I’m just some old guy, but because of this article I watched the show. There may have been an “anti-police” bias, but I didn’t catch it. The police issue is there partly because it is real. Blind support of the police is like blind support of anything. Blind. We should all be working to get rid of the bad police, and there certainly are some, and supporting those police who truly believe their function is to “serve and protect”.

barb
5 years ago
Reply to  Peter

Thanks, Peter, for making the point in such a pithy manner. Good cops are good, bad cops are bad… same as any other group of people.
The way Tom Alciere thinks, if someone gets bitten by a dog, then all dogs are bad, and all dog owners are bad as well. If Tom kicks a dog, he should expect to get bitten.

SandraG
5 years ago

WASHINGTON, DC, Feb 12 – Super Bowl 50 caused quite a stir last Sunday, not because of the outcome but because of its half-time show. Many who saw the mid-game entertainment segment were up in arms over the not-so-subtle anti-police theme—so much so that it sparked a call for a massive protest next week at …

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The bigger question is why isn’t someone like Beyoncé reaching down and lifting up those individuals in the black community who want to experience change and progress; why isn’t she promoting a more positive image of black members of our communities?

Why doesn’t someone like Beyoncé demonstrate to blacks how to begin to take responsibility for their failures instead of lashing out in anger and resentment as we have seen in Detroit, Watts, Newark, Los Angeles, Cincinnati, Ferguson and Baltimore? Instead of Al Sharpton, a man of the cloth, who promotes violence among blacks in other communities, why doesn’t Beyoncé stand on the same stage and speak for peaceful means of dealing with tragic incidents. To date more programs, more money, more understanding, more understanding has not been the answer.

Since 1965, when America’s doors were opened to the Third World, immigrants from Asia and India people who are not white, not rich, and not connected have quietly succeeded. While the children of these people are winning spelling bees and getting top scores on the SAT, black youths are committing half the country’s violent crime, which includes viciously punching random white people on the street for the thrill of it, that has nothing to do with poverty.
The fundamental problem is not because of culture, or white privilege, or racism that American black culture has evolved into an unfixable crime ridden mess. They do not want to change their culture or society, and expect others to tolerate their violence and amoral behavior. They have become socially incompatible with other races by their own design, not because of the racism of others – but by their own hatred of non-blacks. Our leaders don’t seem to understand that white people aren’t out to get black people; they are just exhausted with them. They are exhausted by the social pathologies, the reverse discrimination, the violence, the endless complaints, the blind racial solidarity, the bottomless pit of grievances, the excuses, and the reflexive animosity. The elites explain everything with racism, and refuse to believe that white frustration could soon reach the boiling point.
Where is Beyoncé when she could advocate in any number of instances for the black community? Instead she uses her entertainer status and committed time on stage to denigrate the black situation in this country at a Super Bowl half time forum. Beyoncé was a stunning disappointment compared to the extraordinary thoughtful sense used by Lady Gaga when she sang our National Anthem.

Ellen Milner
5 years ago

The Black community would be better served by “stars” like Beyoncé if she went into troubled communities and used her financial and social resources to make a difference: build youth centers, encourage school graduation and birth control, condemn drug use, etc. By glorifying radicalism and violence against authority, she exacerbates the problem. If you want a middle or upper class life you must embrace the values that lead to that end. Race is not the problem and blaming Police or White people for conditions in the Ghetto will never solve the problem. Many cultures suffered slavery throughout history as well as discrimination and poverty, but those who played by the rules, unmotivated by immediate gratification, saw huge social gains in one or two generations. The Government’s welfare programs favor single Mothers who have many fatherless children. Let’s get the Dads to pay for their offspring instead of the taxpayer. Let’s stop feeling sorry for people who make terrible decisions and then look for a bailout. Each person is responsible for his own Destiny

Tim Dyer
5 years ago
Reply to  Ellen Milner

Amen, You couldn’t be More right!!! Nothing going to change until they face the facts!!!

Amado F
5 years ago

I partly agree with Warren T. The game should be about the spirit of football, not about going to a concert where it’s used to further an agenda. Bring back the marching bands and let the cheerleaders perform, they need the money. Let the halftime show be about the spirt of football and the sport, not about prima donnas and their inflated egos.

Tom Alciere
5 years ago

On 29 October 1999, a cop in Winchester, Virginia went to a house, looking for a probation violation suspect. Ab initio, the cop was in the wrong, because the probation was for dealing cocaine, which the government clearly never had any right to control in the first place. In a free country, you would overdose if you want to.

The cop failed to find the suspect but saw a person who “fit the description.” Translation: He’s Black. The guy tried to avoid violence by simply leaving, but the cop would have none of that, and ran after him. Now, if you’re peacefully minding your own business and a lion, a tiger or a cop walks toward you, you are entitled as a matter of unalienable natural right to walk away, and if the animal starts running toward you, you have the same right to run away.

The cops have this thing in their heads that if they stop and question you, they supposedly have a right to frisk you for weapons. That’s garbage. They can take their Terry v. Ohio and stuff it in a cop’s casket. The reasoning is outrageously faulty: The cop has a reason to frisk you because you might have a weapon; but if the cop tries to arrest you without first establishing to your satisfaction that the cop has sufficient grounds to do so, you might need that weapon to fight back. It didn’t get that far, though.

In this case, the cop rounded a corner and the guy was ready to fight back. The Bill of Rights never got through that cop’s head but a .38 bullet did.

That one cop wasn’t the problem. Hundreds of enemy goons swarmed in from near and far, barging into homes, ordering people out and searching without warrants. Eventually the goons’ union UNANIMOUSLY voted that the new station should be named after the cop that started trouble. They should have issued a statement that their fellow cop deserved it.

Charles Sweetman
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

Tom i’m sorry, I tried to have a reasonable conversation here but you are one sick puppy.
Say whatever you want now I will not waste my time responding. May God have mercy on your soul.

barb
5 years ago

Charles, Give it up with Tom. He is: A.) Black, B.) A drug dealer, and C.) has been harassed by cops, rightly or wrongly, who can know. He will always feel it was, “wrongly”. Why? Because his thinking completely and utterly revolves around himself and his own desires which are, apparently, criminal.

Tom Alciere
5 years ago
Reply to  barb

Y’all dismiss your critic and then you whine like a bunch of crybabies every time a poor, defenseless cop gets himself killed…and you blame everybody but yourselves. Y’all don’t pull the trigger, but if you vote wrong, you pulled the lever.

barb
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

Tom,
A.) I never in my life heard so much whining as by you.
B.) The person who pulls a trigger gets the blame, same as when a cop pulls the trigger. Consequences should be for everyone, not JUST cops. Does reassigning blame help you sleep better at night, poor baby?
C.) Who decides on what laws are just or unjust… you??? OK, stop, I’m laughing too hard!

Tom Alciere
5 years ago
Reply to  barb

“A.) I never in my life heard so much whining as by you.”

Thank you for changing the subject.

“B.) The person who pulls a trigger gets the blame, same as when a cop pulls the trigger. Consequences should be for everyone, not JUST cops. Does reassigning blame help you sleep better at night, poor baby?”

When cops force people to fire in self-defense, I blame the cops.

“C.) Who decides on what laws are just or unjust… you??? OK, stop, I’m laughing too hard!”

You can, if you want. Just remember, those of us blessed with the wisdom to make the distinction and the intellectual honesty and integrity to apply that wisdom fairly and impartially, reserve the right to review your line of reasoning and point out the flaws in it, if any.

Fenwick
5 years ago

Amen

barb
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

Tom, you lost anyone with any sense the minute you said, “A lion, a tiger or a cop.” A stupid analogy if I ever saw one.

Peter
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

Tom, I see that your comment has received some negative flack! I see that you have been labeled “black”, “a drug dealer”, and “… been harassed by cops…”. I didn’t get any of that from your post. I thought it made good sense. Authority gone wild is not law and order, and is not the behavior we expect from those sworn to “Protect and Serve”.

Ruel D
5 years ago
Reply to  Peter

Peter,
While I agree that authority gone wild is not law and order, crowing over the death of anyone, much less a law enforcement officer protecting his community, is not “good sense”. Also Mr. Alciere managed to leave a few points out of his description of the event. He distorted several others. See my comment below. Lying is not good sense either.

barb
5 years ago
Reply to  Peter

Yes, Peter, authority gone wild is not good. But Tom’s religion is hate and murder and “if it feels good I should be allowed to do it”. No one thinks cops should shoot innocents. No one. But Tom thinks ALL cops are fair game to be murdered. Ne’s a nut.

Ruel D
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

Sir,
I did some research into the incident you mentioned and found a few things that you left out. Officer Ricky Lee Timbrook was assisting parole and probation officers in conducting home visits when they approached two men, outside of any homes, one of whom ran from the officers. Officer Timbrook chased the man and as he was crossing a fence was shot in the head. Officer Timbrook was alone when killed. His last call over the radio was “Shots fired”. Officer Timbrook was an expectant father. The murderer of Officer Timbrook was tried by a jury and sentenced by 12 Virginia citizens to death. The governor of Virginia, is opposed to the death penalty, would not give the murderer a reprieve or even a stay of execution, and the murderer was put to death. So I guess the message got through his head too. I have never served in law enforcement, but have worked with them for two decades through emergency response. They, unlike you, have earned my highest respect. Words do not exist that can express the utter contempt I have for you.

Tom Alciere
5 years ago
Reply to  Ruel D

1.) If I have earned the contempt of a cop-lover, I must be doing something right.

2.) If they want respect, they won’t get it by killing off every human who has the courage to fight back.

Ruel D
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

Mr. Alciere,
My contempt for you comes not from the fact that you hate cops. Many people dislike the police. They are the hard parents; the punishers. No one is happy to see them. My contempt comes from the fact that you celebrate the death of a man, an expectant father, just because of his job. It also comes from the fact that you will lie to make an event fit your own twisted view of the world.

Tom Alciere
5 years ago
Reply to  Ruel D

I didn’t lie. I stated the facts. The cop was chasing an innocent human being who only wanted to be left alone. The cop paid the price. next time, don’t send a swarm of enemy officers to track down an innocent cop-killer; just send a garbage truck with two persons to remove the carcass.

Ruel D
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

I got my facts from several news articles and web sites that covered the incident. Where did you get yours?

Tom Alciere
5 years ago
Reply to  Ruel D

The only conflict between your version and my version is, you have the enemy officer going over a fence and I had the enemy officer going around a corner. The hundreds of enemy goons of course swarmed in AFTER the cop chose to get himself shot.

Ruel D
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

No sir, there are several differences. The cops did not enter anyone’s home. When the murderer saw the cops he ran before there was any interaction between them. Now this action indicates a guilty conscience to any reasonable person. The cop did not pull a gun. The animal that murdered him did. And there is one big difference between your version and mine. To me the enemy is not a police officer who was killed rushing headlong into danger and will never get to see his child. The enemy is the slimy creature that shot him in cold blood and then had to be carried kicking and screaming like a two year old girl into the room where he paid for his vicious crime. And you have still not answered my question as to where you got your information.

barb
5 years ago
Reply to  Tom Alciere

Especially when that “courage” is drug-induced, eh, Tom?!

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