I've seen some of Danny Shines stuff before and he seems like a decent bloke, very considerate and ethically driven, unlike his old counterpart Charlie Veitch who although produced some thought provoking stuff, was a victim of his own over inflated ego.
I can't see anything wrong with what he is saying, it seems to make perfect sense, and in fact it could be argued this is probably the most peaceful way the electorate can try to effectively be part of, and effect change within their(well it's not really) democratic society. Some of the more credible, less lobbied, early presidents of America positively encouraged the governed to constantly challenge government to keep them in check and keep tyranny at bay. Yes, we have a voting system, but it's a joke, no more than a circus to keep the electorate hopeful and knuckling down.
One of the many problems we have as a society is poor communication, especially between the public and the police and I think this kind of interaction should be positively encouraged wherever possible. Personally I think it's very important for us to be aware(locally, nationally and globally) of our role within society, the effects of our actions and the bigger picture of what drives society itself, who really benefits and who pays the price. How many wars would have happened if every soldier had a full understanding of the implications of their actions and what the REAL motives were, be it aristocracy, monarchs or tyrants flexing their muscles to fuel their ego's and wealth or a financial free market protecting its investments and control of resources?
To create a better environment locally or globally, it may pay dividends for everyone to challenge their beliefs, no matter how uncomfortable it may make us feel. Our Western society is built on a very morally distorted foundation, so this will inevitably lead to many ethical oxymoron's such as the one in the video.