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We already know in Grand Rapids it might soon be a criminal misdemeanor for calling the police on people of color, but the reporters in elite newsrooms across the United States are also hard at work conditioning whites to feel guilty about calling the police on blacks in the act of breaking the law. Take a look at this letter to the editor from a white person published in the New York Times Magazine, answered by Kwame Anthony Appiah.[Was I Right to Call the Cops on a Black Man Breaking Into a Car?, New York Times Magazine, May 7, 2019]:

Recently, I witnessed a young black male cut across my yard, duck between my neighbors’ two cars and try the doors of both, before “breaking” into the unlocked one. I opened my back door and yelled, “I see you getting into that car!” He took off running. I called the police and then posted to the (admittedly sometimes racially charged) Nextdoor app, in the hopes that my neighbors would check the locks on their cars and homes.

Break-ins are fairly common in my neighborhood, and this isn’t the first time that I’ve witnessed what appeared to be a theft and called the police. It was, however, the first time I was certain the suspicious person was a black man. I immediately felt a pang of guilt for calling the police and haven’t been able to stop thinking about it, given the tragic way things too often end between police and people of color.

I feel an obligation to my family and my neighbors to report crimes. But I’d rather have my car broken into than have a person’s life ruined by my 911 call. And honestly, I don’t even know if it’s a crime to open someone’s unlocked vehicle.

If the incident had been a forced entry or violent in any way, I would feel less torn about having called the police. And really, people should know better than to leave their cars unlocked. I sincerely hope the young man wasn’t apprehended but instead was just scared off and won’t lurk around my home again. But what if he had been arrested? I also shudder to think how many young black men vaguely matching his description were harassed by officers after my call.

Did I do the right thing by calling the police? Or am I bordering here on behaving like BBQ Becky — the white woman in California who called the police on a group of black people having a barbecue? Name Withheld, Missouri

What you saw was a series of apparent attempts at theft — and entering a vehicle or a residence with the intent to steal typically constitutes burglary, whether the door is locked or not. Reporting such behavior is an act of civic responsibility. In your particular state, with its notably lax gun laws, people may not leave their wallets in their car but may well keep pistols in their glove compartments. In recent years, the theft of firearms, often from vehicles, has risen sharply where you live. Your state also has the highest rate of black homicide victims in the country (and most violent crimes are indeed intraracial). So yes, I’d say you did the right thing.

Still, your anxiety that the police might overreact to your call is reasonable. In a 2015 survey conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago, about half of African-Americans reported being treated badly by police officers because of their race. (Fewer than 5 percent of white Americans said this.) Unjust policing is wrong; it’s also self-undermining. One problem caused by the flagrant abuses of police authority we see reported in the media — the sort of events that generated the Black Lives Matter movement — is that they weaken community support for the police, and such support is essential to successful policing. It’s possible to understand why so many police officers appear to be willing to turn a blind eye to misconduct by their fellows (solidarity develops naturally among people who face danger together), but the abuse of police authority makes their jobs harder. They’d be better off if they did more to root it out.

That there are too many occasions when police officers abuse the rights of citizens does not mean that most police-civilian interactions go wrong. And the fact that being a black man makes it more likely that your interactions with the police will turn unpleasant doesn’t mean that interactions between police officers and black suspects are typically mishandled. Still, it’s bad enough that black men have a reason to worry that any arrest might go wrong. Your hesitance about involving law enforcement points to a larger crisis of trust, one undergirded by worrying racial disparities throughout the criminal-justice system. The best response, however, isn’t to turn a blind eye to property crimes. It’s to get involved in campaigns to reform policing and prosecution.

If you don’t get it yet, our elite truly want to not just make it illegal to call the police on blacks/people of color, but also are actively conditioning white people to feel guilty about calling the police on blacks/people of color caught in the act of committing a crime.

 

 

 
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  1. I wrote two letters to the Grand Rapids City Commission outlining some problems I saw with their anti-snitching ordinance here and here.

    In follow up calls, I got the strong impression that not a word of either was read by any of the multiple parties I sent them to, nor would a word of it have been understood if they did.

    • Agree: anon19
  2. gp says:

    In my rust-belt city, PoC kids think nothing of stealing and carjacking cars. They do it for fun, to develop criminal street cred, and to facilitate other crimes. Over the years, they have killed several innocents while driving stolen vehicles. When caught, they are shielded by our suicidal juvenile-protection laws and conventions. These boys are incorrigibly, irredeemably evil.

    Our bovine population still lazily leaves their cars unlocked, and often running unattended. Some such cars have been stolen with kids in the back seat. Between our stupid indifference to these crimes, and the white-guilt-induced pity for these black fiends, we deserve all the misery we reap.

  3. John says:

    NYT is the epitome of fake news. That story was fabricated in the editorial office.

    • Agree: Che Guava, Mr McKenna
  4. It was, however, the first time I was certain the suspicious person was a black man.

    Are you a ten year old?

    And honestly, I don’t even know if it’s a crime to open someone’s unlocked vehicle.

    That is your mother’s fault. She should be ashamed of you.

    My pick up is sitting in my driveway now. It’s unlocked. If you don’t know better than to open the door of someone else’s property and attempt to steal, come and try it here. You will be schooled.

    • Replies: @gp
    , @Bruce County
    , @kikz
  5. Geez. I guess the passerby who intervened to help this woman being raped in her own front yard with be in for a real ass chewing from the NYT.

    ‘Teen arrested, charged in woman’s rape was released on bond just 2 days earlier’

    May 10, 2019

    ATLANTA – Police say the suspect in the rape of a woman in her own front yard should have never been on the streets to begin with. 

    Atlanta police said a passerby saw what was going on and helped the victim hold down D’Shawn Garrison until police got there.

    Channel 2’s Michael Seiden started looking into Garrison’s background and learned that he had been released on a signature bond just two days before over a stolen car.

    https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/atlanta/teen-arrested-charged-in-womans-rape-was-released-on-bond-just-2-days-earlier/948369314

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
  6. What this means also is that – in order to correct past injustices visited upon blameless marginalized persons – as government lets certain people off for violent crimes, certain other traditionally privileged non-marginalized people will need to be punished all the more. To fill quotas, and to balance perceived slants in statistics.

    As always, if you apply pattern recognition or conditional probabilities in any way, you’re the evil one. What Anita Sarkeesian would call a garbage human.

    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
  7. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @John

    I knew a guy who made a living writing fake erotic letters for magazines like Penthouse Forum. He said there was even more to be made writing this kind of tripe, but he had some standards and refused.

  8. Gwoobus says:

    When Paul Kersey talks about Black run America, it basically comes down to the fact that the starting point of any policy at any level of government must consider the hypothetical impact on black people.

    If the proposed policy helps black people, there is no cost too great in the endeavor. If it harms black people, even incidentally, it is morally corrupt. if it does not take into account the impact positive or negative upon black people, it is unacceptable. If you propose any policy at all that does not include black people in leadership positions, it is unacceptable.

    It is literally the first box in the flowchart.

    All subsequent answers must take into consideration these parameters. The second you encounter a “no” – it has to be scrapped.

    This letter number one is fake, but it establishes “a dear Abby” tone where the white must ask permission from the Black to have a functioning Society, which the black can either accept or decline as the final arbiter.

    It has the tone of the confession box. Go forth and sin no more indeed….

  9. This is par for the course. Soon Blacks won’t be subjected to our laws at all. In Dallas County, Texas the new Democrat District Attorney has decided that because of the disparity of numbers of Black Inmates in Jail he’s not going to prosecute any theft under $750 and all low level drug crime even possession of heroin and meth will be excused. He claims the only reason they steal is to survive and feed their family. So soon this will be the new norm. Sanctuary Cities for Blacks areas void of law enforcement. If these bastards ever succeed in disarming the people it will be a blood bath.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @kikz
  10. @O.B.Server

    The proposed Grand Rapids no-snitch ordinance attempts to saddle all potential 911 callers with the reasonable suspicion standard before calling a police intermediary. This is a far stricter standard than what is applied to the police themselves, who are free to approach a suspect and initiate a conversation for any reason or no reason at all. The reasonable suspicion standard applies only to police who are effecting a detention.

    The ordinance in question states, in part:

    No person shall knowingly or recklessly report to a City police officer, City dispatcher, or other City personnel that an individual who is an actual or perceived member of a protected class as identified in Sec. 9.935 of this Ordinance has committed, or may or will commit, a crime, if such report is based in whole or in part on the individual’s membership in a protected class and not on a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity

    The problem is that the justices in Terry v. Ohio* apparently understood well, as you have stated above, the enormous information that is often conveyed by race, gender and age when other factors are also considered. That is why the reasonable suspicion standard expressly allows for the use, in part, of race so long as race is not the sole criterion for initiating a detention.

    This is a pro-violent-crime ordinance whose purpose is to limit policing against black prime-crime-age men, accomplished through the outlawing of rationality. That black prime-crime-age men commit neighborhood-destroying violent crime at perhaps 40 times the rate of a generic white person is precisely the reason that the neo-Marxists pushing these no-snitch laws deem them so necessary.

    If propensity towards violent crime is largely genetically mediated, a conclusion that is virtually irrefutable given the relative risks involved, then social engineering is the only way neo-Marxists could ever hope to equalize incarceration rates.

    *I am not a lawyer, so anyone who is please correct me if I’m wrong.

    • Replies: @ShermanFan
    , @Mr McKenna
  11. @gp

    These boys are incorrigibly, irredeemably evil.

    The more of them win the Room-Temperature Challenge, the better.

    It’s time for states to designate cities which criminalize reporting of criminals as outlaw districts, and the public officials of same accept 100% personal liability both civil and criminal for all personal and property crimes committed in areas over which they exercise authority.

  12. @Gwoobus

    Let me add my appreciation of you following the switchover to Unz, Gwoobus.

    • Replies: @Gwoobus
  13. THIS LAND IS OURS!!!

    Ian Stuart Donaldson

  14. Take a look at this leftist octaroon that wants to ban AR-15s and hand even more cash to the poor for having kids.
    https://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-booker-democrats-gun-control-20190508-story.html

    • Replies: @Bruce County
  15. Augustus says:
    @Gwoobus

    Gwoobus,

    I think you just summarized perfectly our clown country, run on the principal of moral equivalence. We’ve elevated affirmative action to the point where race is more important than hard work. If society still cares about white, middle class values like honesty and hard work, the middle class will be replaced with uneducated illegals, disarmed by government, and sacrificed to thug criminals.

    I am a bit nervous, but I also know human nature. I am old and will not live to see the great victory over the elite statists who are doing this to us, but I know a revolt will come, and the perpetrators will be hung in village squares all over Amerrika. This won’t be a second American Revolution, but a revocation of elitism like the French Revolution. The grandchildren, and great grandchildren of today’s elites will flee the country, or be dragged through the streets and end up adorning utility poles. Not even Czar and Czarina style, more Mussolini style.

    Those corrupt DC and collar counties elites do NOT know history or human nature, but I do. The history of mankind has always been a march toward more freedom, not less. No matter how long it takes, socialist/elite/liberal/leftists will eventually be defeated. NEVER give up any guns.

  16. First off, gotta agree… this ‘letter’ sounds like the brainchildmof the editor himself. Sounds like a complete fabrication invented just to drive the point home that white people are correct in second guessing themselves when calling in to report black crime.

    Bullshit.

    Can you dial the police and disguise your number? If so, that will be the thing to do. Don’t give your name or address. Give a complete description of the perpetrator, their location, direction they were headed and hang up.

    Burner phone might work for this too.

    If it’s come to that then so be it. But don’t you change a hair for me! Keep calling on these thieving bastards every time you see them. If you don’t, you’ll be dooming your city to a very quick death and a huge loss to your property value.

    • Replies: @Lockean Proviso
  17. Also wanted to say, thankfully no one reads the NYTimes anymore.

    They’re not changing any minds.

    That’s our job now.

    Changing them back.

  18. gp says:
    @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Unless you can protect your vehicle 100% of the time you leave it deliberately unlocked, then you are part of the problem. Some feral juvie will steal it, maybe get into a high-speed chase and kill somebody.

    Why tempt fate? Why make it _easy_ for the thugs by leaving your property unlocked? What does it prove?

  19. anon[184] • Disclaimer says:

    Take a look at this letter to the editor from a white person published in the New York Times Magazine, answered by Kwame Anthony Appiah.[Was I Right to Call the Cops on a Black Man Breaking Into a Car?, New York Times Magazine, May 7, 2019]:

    Kwame gonna tell you what dey ethics be’s all about

  20. @Negrolphin Pool

    You’re not wrong. But you are, because now it is wrong, to be right. Ask a lawyer? Thank one. A criminal enterprise of grifting. Charged with a crime, by a lawyer? Hire a lawyer to defend you, and another, elevated lawyer will judge you.
    They call this a win-win-win.
    Except for you, Goyim. You pay.

    • Agree: Augustus
  21. Gunny says:

    “If these bastards ever succeed in disarming the people it will be a blood bath”. -comment

    You are spot on and that IS the long term plan, for Whites anyway. Because we are “The People”.

    The goal is to disarm America and Democratic hopeful Andrew Yang is fully on board with that. Once Whites are outnumbered and defenseless, it’s over. Ask the Comanche, Sioux, Ute or the Apache how being defenseless and overrun worked out for them in the long run.
    It’s 1861 and we’re the indians this time.
    Whites need to be stockpiling weapons, ammo, magazines and other necessities NOW.

    “There is no practical reason for citizens to have assault weapons. We need to treat gun ownership as an awesome privilege and responsibility and regulate accordingly. Guns are more deadly than cars and we take tests to get drivers licenses.” Andrew Yang- Tweet, Feb 15, 2018

    “I’d start fining gun manufacturers $1 million for each person killed by their weapons.” -Andrew Yang- Tweet Oct 27, 2018

    Rest assured, there is NO scenario where we vote our way out of this.

  22. @gp

    Thank you for this, GB. I have to admit, I’ve gotten a bit complacent at home, and often leave the car unlocked. It’s partly due to laziness and complacency. Since fleeing Prince George’s County MD, I moved to an area that’s rural, remote, somewhat expensive, is about 95% non-Latino White, and where I park is about 400 feet off the road. Also, the remote entry fob quit working some time ago, and I haven’t felt like getting it fixed. I lock the car everywhere else, just not at home. But, I guess I should stop iniviting trouble!

    I had a co-worker who had a minivan get stolen from her condo parking lot back in the 2000s. In the process of breaking in, they damaged the driver’s side door, passenger side door, and the sliding door. They also messed up the steering column getting it hotwired. By the time it was recovered, it was a total loss, even though it was only a couple years old. In addition to the damage incurred breaking into it, they also dumped out the second and third row seats, and then trashed the interior hauling stolen dirt bikes and ATVs. Finally, a cop saw them, and gave chase. They drove down a dead-end street, and when they saw they were trapped, ran away on foot, but left it running and in gear, so it idled into a tree. I’ll give you three guesses as to the race of the perps…

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  23. @PO'd in PG County

    I’ll give you three guesses as to the race of the perps…

    I know we can’t use the drow-N or call them “syeknom redrum” any more, but we are still allowed to call them NAPAs.

    • Replies: @gp
    , @kikz
  24. El Dato says:

    Sheeet, Clint. Where’s your soul-searching self-doubting letter to the NYT?

    At least M. Appiah [teaches philosophy at N.Y.U.] says Yes although “Lax gun laws are a problem!”

    What you saw was a series of apparent attempts at theft — and entering a vehicle or a residence with the intent to steal typically constitutes burglary, whether the door is locked or not. Reporting such behavior is an act of civic responsibility. In your particular state, with its notably lax gun laws [i.e. Missouri], people may not leave their wallets in their car but may well keep pistols in their glove compartments. In recent years, the theft of firearms, often from vehicles, has risen sharply where you live. Your state also has the highest rate of black homicide victims in the country (and most violent crimes are indeed intraracial). So yes, I’d say you did the right thing.

  25. First off, gotta agree… this ‘letter’ sounds like the brainchild of the editor himself.

    The letter definitely stinks and seems scripted. Even far-left liberals will call 911 without hesitation if it is their own neighborhood. They don’t write a long articulate letter about how they now have more guilt for calling it in. Whoever wrote the letter hasn’t spent much time around liberals. They don’t get guilt over calling break-ins in their own neighborhood. It would have to be someone else’s neighborhood.

    He took off running. I called the police and then posted to the (admittedly sometimes racially charged) Nextdoor app, in the hopes that my neighbors would check the locks on their cars and homes

    So you were filled with guilt but took the time to post in some app you consider racially charged? Why wouldn’t you go talk to your neighbors?

    I actually think this was a case of product placement. Notice that the Nextdoor app is mentioned in the first paragraph.

    Could have been the editor but story still describes a Black male committing a crime which liberals will normally avoid doing in any context. Also could have been a case of trolling but I think someone is plugging an app.

  26. OT in Chicongo: The Africanization of the city continues. Everyone’s favorite State’s Attorney Kim Foxx (otherwise known as Gary Coleman in drag) has just officially disbanded the Cook County Narcotics Unit and actually fired even more state’s attorneys. The attorneys in that unit oversaw CPD search warrants as well as investigations of some of our worst drug dealers (epidemic…what opioid epidemic?). The legalization of black crime (“restorative justice”) is continuing at a frightening pace in this city so let’s keep score. First, the Cook County courts refused to prosecute street sales of marijuana, then shoplifting, then mob action, then car thefts, then hate crime hoaxes (Juicy Fruit!) and now all narcotic sales. If they’re not going to prosecute why investigate and arrest? It looks like even lifelong liberal Democrats will not reelect Kim Fox, but before her term is up in 2020 it’s safe to assume she will eliminate the Chicago gang database and make it a hate crime to report suspicious black behavior. The damage has been done and it’s permanent.
    This has become a sanctuary city for criminals and the consequences are spreading beyond its borders. Chicago gangs are spreading throughout the Midwest. The Sinaloa Cartel (and now even the Gulf Cartel) are taking advantage of these “reforms” and the city’s disfunctional law enforcement. Chicago now has the best and cheapest heroin and cocaine in the US…bar none. The black crime wave of 2019 will really begin on Memorial Day weekend. I’ll keep you posted.

  27. @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Im pretty sure you may well end up being charged for failure to secure your property. No different than forgetfully leaving a gun on your front porch and a sophisticated negro takes it and kills another future astrophysicist or rapper. Of course we all know that statistically that just doesn’t happen every day. I know…the lunacy of America!!!
    You cant bait game animals. Period. I think doves may be exempt… I suppose people want to know what its like when doves cry.

    Sorry… its a crazy day….and I burnt my toast.

  28. @Blue Juice

    I keep up to date with you guys on secondcitycop. Always a hoot hearing about just how difficult the city makes it for you guys to do your job.

    Why you don’t just sleep in your cars and not respond to calls is beyond me.

  29. Gwoobus says:
    @Mr. Rational

    Thanks! It feels good to be back and see some of the regular commenters from the previous website.

    • Replies: @CENTURION
    , @Oil 'n Water
  30. @Blue Juice

    Every time a black person of politcal power changes the laws in America.. America draws 10 years nearer and faster to becoming Africa herself. What a pitiful state we have created for western civilization. We aren’t voting ourselves ouuta this one. Nope..
    Its like bad cartoons running at 3x the speed.

  31. gp says:
    @Mr. Rational

    Has there ever been a white carjacker? I’ve never heard of one in real life, although I see it in the movies frequently. Carjacking is one of those types of crimes, (like robbing people for their shoes and other prized “urban” clothing,) that seems to be the exclusive specialty of PoCs.

    In my rust-belt sh!thole, these kinds of crimes provoke no outrage whatsoever. They’re considered normal rights of passage for “youth” who aren’t given enough “programs” to amuse them. Our citizens and our govt regard PoC crime as inevitable, and as normal as occasional bad weather. If you saw a photo of our clueless mayor and city council, you’d understand instantly.

    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
    , @lou
  32. @John Johnson

    Its terrifying to know these people hate America that much. Its equally terrifying that we allow these people to represent us.

    • Agree: Sick of Orcs
  33. kikz says:
    @Gwoobus

    are you really that visually distracted, or simply playing some ‘gilderrosensteincrantz’ to the point of farce?… 😀

    replace Black w/ [[[redacted]]]

  34. @gp

    In my rust-belt city, PoC kids think nothing of stealing and carjacking cars.

    Of course. Are there also Southeast Asian kids such as Hmongs, Filipinos and Vietnamese doing the same along with blacks and Hispanics?

  35. kikz says:
    @Roberto Luna

    true that. we up in N. Collin Co far north exoburbs are so thankful DART no longer delivers hyena clans up past the burbs in old Plano, they have to at least furnish ‘they own riiiiide’. even gov hot-wheels has rebuked this nutter.

    mayor rawling’s is no better, he’s openly declared to msm he’s scared of White Men.
    i think he should go have a ‘community meeting’ at the corner of MLK/MikyX Blvds, around 3A to discuss that issue, i’m sure ‘he be lovin it’. then there’s JW Price, some blak militant, apparent asset of the FBI, who’s been allowed his fiefdom of corruption for decades….

    the city council’s prime concern is w/the removal of EEEEEvil Whitey Confederate statues/cenotaph/memorials which will be replaced w/twerkin testosteroneeeeeshas and shitavious and his firs’ cuz….. both w/one hand on a gun, the other on his mess, surrounded by ‘taqueria’ vendor/voter registration mills……

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
  36. kikz says:
    @Mr. Rational

    ooooh, a lexicon addition… “syeknom redrum”.. that’s a new one.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  37. “OT in Chicongo: The Africanization of the city continues”

    The Africanization of Cook County continues. The black population in ChiConga has been steadily dropping as they are being moved out to the surrounding areas. Some areas as far away as Madison Wisconsin are getting some of the Africans. The population of Chicago has gone from 3.5 million to itz present day figure of 2.7 million. The African population has declined from a high of 39% down to 32%. The people who run the city, even though they are for the most part liberal Democrats realize that if the African population continued to increase we would see a similar fate as Detroit and other cities. Some of the African representatives even accused the current mayor and former mayors of racial cleansing. Of course they realize that the less Africans the less power they have.
    The south suburbs I would guess is where a lot of the Africans have moved to. Take a look at some some south burbs and the high African percentage. They can easily transport themselves downtown and north anytime they want. They are very mobile these days.
    The percent of Africans in Cook County jail is staggering. Even with their high rate of abortion and murder they reproduce at a large rate. Things will only get worse. Our leaders can only hope that America is turned into a Mulatto Nation as quickly as possible and thus end our “Original Sin of racism”.

    • Replies: @CENTURION
    , @Blue Juice
    , @eah
  38. Che Guava says:
    @gp

    Why not? I have lived and now live in a place where one doesn’t have to lock the door all of the time, and if there are no S.W. Asians (mainly read as Mohammedan,
    but some Nepalis also tend to be thieves, from bitter experience) around, a brief absence from someting in a bicycle basket (say to check one’s mailbox before grocery shopping, or to toss some garage into the correct bin) is safe, as it should be, as long as they are not around.

    I have a black friend nearby, he surprised me, smart and someone I feel I can trust, but an exception. In any case, not many African blacks here, thank Amaterasu.

    I would hope that Boy the way Glenn Miller played has a chance to shoot a would-be vehicle thief dead. It is unlikely, since he seems to live in a high-trust place.

    You, gp, have little idea, leaving a door or car unlocked, or a bag in a bicycle basket, does not excuse theft or invasion.

    • Replies: @gp
  39. CENTURION says: • Website
    @Gwoobus

    Good to read you again……thank you.

  40. CENTURION says: • Website
    @Gwoobus

    Good to see your writings again…….Stay with us.

  41. CENTURION says: • Website
    @europeasant

    A virus reproduces exponentially…………

    • Replies: @europeasant
  42. Those that make laws ineffectual make anarchy inevitable.

  43. @gp

    Mainly just the Hispanics and Blacks

  44. Disturbing video of disabled man being abused by….guess who? Watch and realize they are not like us.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    , @Augustus
  45. As I’ve posted in other places

    1. NEVER confront the negro before calling 911. That just gives them time to swarm and whip out their camera phones. Instead. . . .

    2. Find a quiet place away from the negro to phone the popo. Step into a restaurant or get into your car THEN call 911. The woman who called the fuzz on those two Indian boys during that college tour had the right idea: she WALKED AWAY from the crowd before summoning law enforcement which means she wasn’t filmed and her identity is still secret. This leads to. . .

    3. Always report ANONYMOUSLY if possible. All it takes is dispatcher LaQeesha leaking that info to her “cuzzin” who just happens to be the guy you called about or the local media who will slap your name, photo and info all over the evening news for your life to be ruined, That’s one of the reasons I stick with a prepaid cellphone registered under an alias: if I dial 911 on somebody they can’t trace it to me.

    The risk is real to people who report violations of the law. They risk losing their jobs, getting kicked out of their homes, losing friendships and worse because they did their civic duty.

  46. @europeasant

    Indeed…Cook County is a dumpster fire because the Savage is everywhere now. Once the Robert Taylor, Cabrini Green and Rockwell Gardens housing projects came down the cancer spread to the south suburbs.
    I’m not sure how the myth of the city having only a 32% black population continues on in people’s minds. Simply grab a map of Chicago and mark off the black neighborhoods and you have a black population of 50% or more. There’s not a police district in the city that doesn’t have a black neighborhood or Section 8 housing but there are several districts that don’t have a white or Asian neighborhood. I’m guessing many blacks live under the radar and off the grid and are never accounted for in the official census or maybe the city government and real estate developers purposely scrub the numbers. Who are you going to believe…the statistics or your own eyes?

  47. eah says:
    @Gwoobus

    the starting point of any policy at any level of government must consider the hypothetical impact on black people

    aka ‘world ends: women and minorities hardest hit’

  48. Muggles says:

    Anyone who reads the NYT magazine for tips on living the good, moral life is already “conditioned” into a moronic state of thought. So despite the headline I don’t think anyone is being “conditioned.” This merely reinforces the fake reality bubble the NYT already promotes. Read it and weep.

    People are free to believe what they want. In more sane parts of the nation, you’d be out on your driveway holding your Glock. Cops would be called only after shots fired. Or bodies down. Black, white or whatever. Cops exist to write reports after crimes and scare, make deals with jailbirds for snitching on their pals. Unless you are a high and mighty member of the State apparatus.

    Left-liberals, leftists and neocommies always peddle white guilt to the idiots. If you buy into that you’ll buy anything else they’re selling. Making excuses for criminals is their stock in trade.

    They can’t really stop you from calling 911 whenever. Many crazies and lazies already do that. So the first time some white person and his hauled before some grand jury or judge on this, these kinds of laws will either be ditched or ignored by juries. Most nonwhites are not apologists for criminals. That takes either a race hustler or a “white guilt” honky.

    • Replies: @gp
  49. eah says:
    @europeasant

    Racial dot map of Chicago (an extremely segregated city, for good reason):

  50. gp says:
    @Che Guava

    You ask me “why not?” I explained why not, above.

    You imply that I excuse crime. I do not. I oppose the unnecessary facilitation of crime! Especially when that facilitation is inspired by silly, arrogant self-righteousness.

    Just because I am armed and righteous does not mean that I will leave my property unlocked, perhaps in the hopes of catching and “schooling” a criminal in the act, as the Glenn Miller guy suggests. The cost of locking stuff up is nil. The cost of 24/7 active armed surveillance of unlocked property is high.

    The oft-repeated canard about once being able to leave one’s doors unlocked is not true, nor was it ever true, and I tire of hearing it. There has never been a place nor a time in human history when it was “safe,” in any serious sense, to leave one’s home and property unlocked. It ignores everything we know about human behavior and the fallen nature of man, let alone the criminal propensities of PoCs.

    • Replies: @james bacque
    , @Che Guava
  51. gp says:
    @Muggles

    “In more sane parts of the nation, you’d be out on your driveway holding your Glock.”

    I’m a concealed carrier, and a marksman. Let me tell you: it’s way easier to lock your car, than it is to watch your unlocked car 24/7, waiting for a thief to show up. 95% of these thugs won’t mess with a locked car.

    The more you use guns, the more you realize that they DON’T solve problems like feral thug car thefts.

    If you do see a thug entering your car, it’s illegal in most jurisdictions to shoot him.

    But suppose you do get the satisfaction of shooting him, and by the grace of God, local LE and local prosecutors agree with you that it’s a legal defensive gun use. You’re still going to be civilly sued! You may also get a surprise visit from the thug (if he lived) or, more likely, a bunch of thugs looking for revenge. Your house will turn into a night-time drive-by bullet magnet.

    Or suppose you shoot at the thug, and he shoots back. Yeah, you’re a better trained shooter than him. He could still get lucky, maybe kill you, or your kid standing in the window watching.

    All because you left your car unlocked, a decision you made because you are righteous and have a gun. It’s easier, and more effective in deterring crime, to lock your dam car.

    • Replies: @Muggles
    , @HammerJack
  52. @gp

    I can’t find it, but I remember reading about an FBI report from the mid-2000s that looked at rape-homicides where the victims were over 65. I think there were 70ish cases. All perps were black.

    • Replies: @gp
    , @FS
  53. @gp

    Can’t agree with the over-the-top inclusion that someone who doesn’t lock their car door is ‘part of the problem’.

    What they/we are, are victims and potential victims.

    I’m in a very white area in northern NJ but still lock my doors and lower windows every night.

    That’s because I didn’t always live in a very white northern part of NJ.

    I also lock my vehicles.

    But complacency kills.

    Maybe a year ago, I left my vehicle unlocked overnight and came out to find someone, drug addicted kids most likely, went through my vehicle and stole a Bluetooth speaker I had on my dash. Felt stupid because I left it open but I’m in complete agreement. Those two two worlds intersected latenthat night. My door was open and someone tested it. If I did it again, there probably wouldn’t be another instance for years. Or it could be tonight.

    My point is, you never know who’s looking or testing (or Jones-ing). Frighteningly, it also happens with the house as kids come in late and forget to lock up when they pass through.

    So while I live in a pretty nice place there is no such thing as safe. Never had been. You always have to be ready to stand and defend.

    Remember ‘In Cold Blood’? The Klatters I believe? No need to lock their doors. Farm country middle of nowhere. But you don’t know who’s looking. Some scumbag heard in prison that he family was wealthy and had a safe. That was all it took. Wiped out the whole family.

    So I lock my door but I never blame someone who doesn’t. The perpetrator is always the guilty party. Hopefully you’ll survive to learn a lesson. Easier to lock up than to defend yourself in the dark.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
  54. gp says:

    “Can’t agree with the over-the-top inclusion that someone who doesn’t lock their car door is ‘part of the problem’. What they/we are, are victims and potential victims.”

    One can be an innocent victim, AND part of the problem, at the same time. Think of a spouse who refuses to leave an abusive mate. She IS a victim, and she IS part of the problem, which would be solved but for her foolish decisions.

    I pointed out above, if your car is stolen, YOU are not the only victim. Thugs in stolen cars KILL innocent people, thru chases and their quaint mobile shooting antics. If the stolen car was unlocked and left running, like many of ours are, that neglectful car owner is most definitely part of the problem.

    I’m waiting for somebody to tell me what is the big downside, the big cost, the big penalty we incur by merely locking up our property! What possible GOOD reason is there for not locking your car? There is none.

    Don’t confuse the righteous ideal world in your imagination, with the evil sinful world we actually live in.

    • Replies: @Oil 'n Water
  55. gp says:
    @Negrolphin Pool

    In my town, PoCs routinely invade homes, a few instances per week. Sometimes they kill everybody in the house, women and children. That’s not to say that there are no white home invaders. There are, but PoCs commit more than their fair share. Same with stickups, mobile gunfights, etc, etc.

    Unlike property crimes like car theft, home invasion fully justifies armed response. If somebody breaks into your house, _knowing_ that you are there, they clearly intend to injure or kill you. Shoot them without reservation.

    • Replies: @Archie Bunker
  56. @Blue Juice

    I read SCC every day to keep up on this stuff.  Kudos to you for bringing your own POV here.

  57. @kikz

    I’ve been using it for a while, but now I have to spell it backwards or my comment sits in moderation forever; I can’t even space it out, it still triggers something.  Obviously it has been added to some “offensive words and phrases” filter.

  58. @Blue Juice

    Speaking of which, any news on the Rogers Park shooter or did that trail go cold?

    • Replies: @Blue Juice
  59. @CENTURION

    “A virus reproduces exponentially…………”

    Did you mean IT to be a virus or bacterium?

    • Replies: @europeasant
  60. @europeasant

    A Bacterium or Virus can be quite dangerous but maybe this is a Multi-Celled organism?

  61. @Blue Juice

    “Simply grab a map of Chicago and mark off the black neighborhoods and you have a black population of 50% or more. There’s not a police district in the city that doesn’t have a black neighborhood or Section 8 housing but there are several districts that don’t have a white or Asian neighborhood”

    That’s downright scary. I’ll go on Re-Con soon. I once drove with Checker cab back in 1971 on the weekends while going to school and working at a factory. There were some scary neighborhoods on the south and west.

  62. bro3886 says:

    The puritan hated bear baiting, not because it gave pain to the bear, but because it gave pleasure to the spectators. – Thomas Babington Macaulay

    The left pretends to be outraged over alleged bias against blacks in the justice system but the reality is that they get off on whites being victimized by non-whites. They’re white hating sadistic racists to their very fingertips. This is the real reason for giving the “Central Park Rapists” a big payoff. Blasio and the left KNOW they’re guilty, they’re just telling white America to put some ice on it. Just a way of reminding white America of its subservience.

    http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2018-07-25.html

    • Agree: AceDeuce
  63. Muggles says:
    @gp

    You are reading way too much in my brief comment. Recall, the subject is about making it illegal to call 911 on certain malefactors.

    I completely agree with the thrust of your comments. I have my car in a locked garage, locked. That being said, my neighbor across the street, older than I, confronted a thief in his garage around 1 AM after the alarm went off connected to the side door to the garage. The homeowner went out, armed, and confronted the thief (who had previously been burglarizing neighbors’ cars in their driveways) and the punk charged him. Bang, bang. The thief survived. The cops had the EMTs wait a while though.

    This punk lived about a block away. Was hitting neighbors. Had a garage full of stolen stuff.

    So yes, here anyway, you can shoot on your property at night, especially inside. Juries in Texas (when it comes to that) are very sympathetic.

    All the neighbors agreed (even the guy previously burglarized by the punk, who himself went out armed looking for this creep) that it was very unfortunate. Lucky that the punk wasn’t killed. No one wants that, but cops aren’t sitting in your driveway “protecting” you either.

    I’ve had people in my backyard and even walk into my home. No guns drawn there. I believe in safe practices and keeping things out of harms way. But if you’re not willing to defend your property, eventually gangsters and punks will overrun your peaceable kingdom.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
  64. @Mr. Rational

    I’m glad you brought up our “Duck-Walk Killer”. The trail is cold and in a big city like Chicago this is totally unacceptable. Isn’t it fascinating that with all the true crime shows on the network and cable channels that this serial killer isn’t highlighted or even mentioned? A black serial killer hunting white males just doesn’t fit the narrative and makes the media uneasy. Compare this coverage with that of Jussie Smollett’s “attack”.
    I did talk with a detective from Area North Homicide recently and some other disturbing concerns came up:
    1.) The FBI are investigating but they are unexperienced in dealing with blacks and are totally out of their comfort zone. A psychological profile may be flawed as a result.
    2.) It’s very possible there could be more than 2 victims. Chicago is great place to operate for a serial killer. Since Rahm Emmanuel has been mayor there have been over 22,000 people shot and/or killed in this city!
    3.) Some detectives believe the killer is actually a white male in face paint or wearing a mask. I find this absolutely ridiculous and is based on some type of twisted leftist thinking. This theory could be sending the investigation down the wrong path.
    4.) The killer is obviously not interested in notoriety. It looks like that video of him with his description scared him into hiding for now.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
    , @Mr McKenna
  65. @gp

    “I’m waiting for somebody to tell me what is the big downside, the big cost, the big penalty we incur by merely locking up our property! What possible GOOD reason is there for not locking your car? There is none.”

    We’ve had a spate of “teens” checking car doors in the wee hours, and it seems to be on the increase.

    A truck owner who has to park outside reported he’s had his side window broken out twice now. The truck was locked. So, yes, he incurred quite a cost trying to keep the truck secure.

    A lawyer friend routinely does not lock his car. His rationale: if they want to get in they’re going to get in. He was thinking in terms of broken windows as well.

    Would I leave my doors unlocked if I had to park outside? No. I lock it up in parking lots or when going inside to pay for gas and always put potentially tempting items out of sight.

    But, as you can see, there are exceptions.

  66. Always report ANONYMOUSLY if possible. All it takes is dispatcher LaQeesha leaking that info to her “cuzzin” who just happens to be the guy you called about or the local media who will slap your name, photo and info all over the evening news for your life to be ruined, That’s one of the reasons I stick with a prepaid cellphone registered under an alias: if I dial 911 on somebody they can’t trace it to me.

    A lot of people don’t realize that you can report the crime and hang up. There is no law that states you have to give them your personal info. It’s all voluntary. Tell them you are busy and need to go. If they call back then ignore them.

    That’s why these anti 911 laws are stupid. They are not going to bother tracking anyone down over a misdemeanor. You’d have to be on CNN for anyone to care and to do that they would need proof it was you and not someone that borrowed your phone.

    But if I lived near Blacks I would carry a burner phone anyways just like a drop wallet. If something happens to you then you can still be tracked with your real phone.

  67. I pointed out above, if your car is stolen, YOU are not the only victim. Thugs in stolen cars KILL innocent people, thru chases and their quaint mobile shooting antics. If the stolen car was unlocked and left running, like many of ours are, that neglectful car owner is most definitely part of the problem.

    Cars are also stolen by junkies to sleep and shoot in.

    They will steal older cars that don’t have as much anti-theft technology. In fact there are certain models that they know exactly how to steal. So some poor White bastard barely making it walks away from another hard day to find that his uninsured car is gone.

  68. Has there ever been a white carjacker? I’ve never heard of one in real life, although I see it in the movies frequently. Carjacking is one of those types of crimes, (like robbing people for their shoes and other prized “urban” clothing,) that seems to be the exclusive specialty of PoCs.

    I’ve never heard of a White criminal using a gun to steal a car unless he was trying to escape from another greater crime like robbing a bank or homicide.

    White criminals seem to realize that it’s a terrible risk/reward. The White/Hispanic criminals around my area will steal them by taking keys through means I’m not going to share as I don’t want to encourage any crimes.

    I always thought armed carjacking was more of a Black youff thing in areas where they get a stern warning as punishment as long as they don’t pull the trigger.

  69. @Jim in Jersey

    Also, use an electronic voice changer and give the name of a black activist if you can speak some Ebonics or of a local leftist SJW.

    Such absurd, unconstitutional local ordinances won’t hold up in court once appealed up the ladder. Pretty sure that there will be a group such as the Manhattan Institute to provide the legal effort for test case defendants.

  70. lou says:
    @gp

    some meth head?

    i found this at KMDs site–find it cute

    But while Portes (pronounced “Port-iz”) believes in open borders, he also believes in closed mouths. In other words, he’s a big fan of censorship and doesn’t like Whites discussing racial differences and the effects of mass immigration. When the conservative philosopher Roger Scruton was sacked from a government committee for alleged anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and racism, Portes welcomed his departure and condemned him for peddling “inflammatory nonsense,” “tabloid-level ignorance and straightforward falsity.” He then went on to peddle some inflammatory nonsen

  71. Patrick says:

    Madness is contagious and madness has spread through the land. Stay safe, find a safe place to live, and get some popcorn.

  72. @Feedsackroad

    That “passerby” and “victim” had better hope they can shield their identities from Social Media. Otherwise, they’re going down hard. Calling the police on negroes is Just Not Done in the Current Year. Thought everyone knew that.

  73. @Negrolphin Pool

    Not quite sure why anyone would call the cops anyway. They’re certainly not interested in sticking their own heads in a noose. Yours, maybe.

    As regards the ordinance, keep in mind that one of the first questions you’ll be asked is the race of the offender. The only permissible answers are “white” and “I don’t know.” Even that may not be enough–consider the media reports regarding St. Trayvon.

  74. @Jim in Jersey

    You need surveillance cameras. They’re pretty inexpensive now.

    • Replies: @Feedsackroad
  75. @Gunny

    Guns are more deadly than cars and we take tests to get drivers licenses.” Andrew Yang- Tweet, Feb 15, 2018

    Spoken just like the politician he claims not to be. Wiki says there were at least 37,133 deaths by motor vehicles in 2017 and CNN says 39,773 people died by guns, but 23,854 of those were suicide deaths. Most suicides by gun are white males–it’s that ‘privilege’ thing again.

  76. @kikz

    Bashing white males is how you get promoted in Current Year America, and that goes double for politicians. Which is one reason it’s so much fun watching the Dems running for president.

  77. @Statistical anomaly

    That’s what we call “health care” in today’s America. Ya gotta love that they don’t even care that they’re under video surveillance–they know full well nothing will happen to them.

    If only the races were reversed, these people would all be world-famous now, instead of being consigned to eternal anonymity. Alas.

  78. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Blue Juice

    Few blacks live “off grid” in the technical sense but many drive with no licenses, don’t file taxes, may have multiple IDs and if they work or collect welfare do so under more than one name. They often in inner cities pay cash for stuff and may work, collect welfare and deal dope or fence stolen goods or run ho’s and or gambling. The Negro underworld is a dense jungle in more ways than one.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  79. @gp

    Indeed so. I hope most of these keyboard warriors stay behind their keyboards. A world of hurt awaits any white person in this country who does anything even vaguely resembling taking the law into their own hands.

    Nonetheless, as regards your previous comment, we left our houses and cars unlocked when I was a kid and we never had a single instance of crime. But that was then and this is now.

  80. Augustus says:
    @Statistical anomaly

    Where did that abuse occur? Was anyone punished for it?

  81. FS says:
    @Negrolphin Pool

    I believe this was the report. Not all the perps were black, but still disproportionately represented, and far more likely to offend interracially.

    “The offender population includes 48 White (44%), 46 Black (42%), 14 Hispanic (13%), and 1% others. Of note is the absence of Asian offenders. The offenders range in age from 15 to 58. Blacks offend interracially 77% of the time, Hispanics 80%, and Whites only 4%.”

    https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bas_Mali/publication/227950080_Statistical_Modelling_in_the_Investigation_of_Stranger_Rape/links/59e48452aca2724cbfe909e7/Statistical-Modelling-in-the-Investigation-of-Stranger-Rape.pdf

  82. @gp

    My wife and I lived for years (1960-1971) in midtown Toronto and never locked our doors. In fact for years, we did not even have a lock on our exterior doors.

    James Bacque
    Penetanguishene Ontario

  83. This letter to the NYT is fake news. The whole effort is a planted story by the editorial staff of the NYT. UTTER CRAP.

  84. AceDeuce says:
    @Anonymous

    Blacks have very messy personal lives. Nearly all have one or more of the things you describe hanging over their heads-through their own fault, and that’s why a “routine” police stop is not routine to them. Many are high/drunk driving in the daytime-often they are smoking weed/drinking while driving. Many have illegal guns or other weapons. Many have warrants, overdue child support or other things. Many blacks have one or more aliases.

  85. I’m willing to bet that that letter from a vexed white citizen is completely fictitious.

  86. @Mr McKenna

    You need surveillance cameras. They’re pretty inexpensive now.

    Everyone I know has a camera. A family member’s camera system captured a crystal clear photo of the perp with a tire tool tucked under his arm. The police identified him. He was out on bail at the time he was captured on camera burglarizing a residence. He is still roaming the roads. Useful? Yes. Helpful? Yes. A deterrent? Not so much.

    ‘New app could help prevent crime in South Fulton County’

    SOUTH FULTON COUNTY, Ga. – There’s a new neighborhood watch system that could really cut down on crime this summer.

    But there’s a catch… everyone needs to download a certain app on their phones.

    Police say the app can be very helpful when it comes to citizens reporting crime. It can be even more helpful if everyone gets on board.

    Sharese Crawl runs a daycare in South Fulton County. She said if cameras aren’t keeping criminals away, residents have to do something else to protect their property.

    According to police, a new app called Neighbors could be the answer.

    Police consider it the new neighborhood watch…

    https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/south-fulton-county/new-app-could-help-prevent-crime-in-south-fulton-county/947966792

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
  87. Che Guava says:
    @gp

    You make good points, but I have lived in several places where it was or is safe to leave things umlocked, mainly here in Japan, but also when in a rural area overseas.

    Thirty years ago, we didn’t even need to lock our bicycles, even in central Tokyo.

    Twenty years ago, living in the south-west (Kyuushuu) for a while, I didn’t bother locking my car most of the time.

    As saying, I can leave my door unlocked in central Tokyo even now, at least for as long as it takes to do my laundry and wait for the dryer to finish.

    Those things are nice. It is how it should be.

    Not a ‘canard’ or a myth, within the experience of many in the recent past, still true in some times and places.

    As an outside observer, to leave something unlocked and then shoot the would-be thief or invader, where the law allows that, seems a logical approach. To leave something unlocked is not a crime;; for human cockroaches to roam about testing what they can exploit, is.

    • Replies: @Non PC Infidel
    , @AceDeuce
  88. Che Guava says:
    @Blue Juice

    Gary Coleman in drag? That is an insult to Coleman.

    I have seen photos of her, she is the embodiment of why Google had to pull the plug on part of one of their pattern-recognition programs last year.

    It would clearly have said 〈I omit the obvious〉.

    You may bet good money on her not being disbarred (I am not sure that is correct U.S.A. English) as a consequence.

  89. @Blue Juice

    I’m glad you brought up our “Duck-Walk Killer”. The trail is cold and in a big city like Chicago this is totally unacceptable. Isn’t it fascinating that with all the true crime shows on the network and cable channels that this serial killer isn’t highlighted or even mentioned

    The guy’s a double murderer.  Had the Smellitt hoax resources been devoted to finding him, is there any doubt that there would be a suspect by now?

    Every last pol in Chiraq needs to be booted out of office and stuck on an ankle bracelet for life, at the minimum.  Clowns like Foxx… they’re traitors, and you know what the penalty for treason is.

  90. Happy day to all you mothers out there!

    And you know who you are. Hope all your kids come home to visit – and then leave. That’s the important part. The leaving.

  91. ‘…I sincerely hope the young man wasn’t apprehended but instead was just scared off and won’t lurk around my home again…’

    What a bizarre admission of utter social indifference. We have an identified criminal. The writer hopes he isn’t arrested, but just goes elsewhere — and presumably breaks into cars there.

    ‘…But what if he had been arrested? I also shudder to think how many young black men vaguely matching his description were harassed by officers after my call…’

    Nu? Given that about half of all young black men are criminals, ones who actually look like criminals probably are criminals. It’d be reasonable for the police to arrest them — then release them if they turned out not to be guilty. After all, arrest isn’t conviction, it’s merely a response based on probable cause. A young black male meeting a certain profile probably is a criminal. It’s perfectly reasonable to arrest him.

    I shudder to think how these vermin aren’t arrested, but are allowed to roam our streets, rendering one community after another literally uninhabitable.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  92. @John

    That story was fabricated in the editorial office.

    Exactly.

    This becomes more obvious with each line of the “letter to the editor”.
    Of many, the two most glaring tells are the letter supposedly being from Missouri, and the “guilt” felt by the writer about how many young black men (teens) vaguely matching the description were harassed by the police.

    If you try this at home, remember to be more subtle, and resist the temptation to include every possible talking point that you feel can support the narrative you’re trying to advance.

    Good luck!

  93. @Che Guava

    I lived in Japan for a total of 9 years (Western Tokyo) and know exactly what you’re talking about. We never had to worry about locking things up or having them stolen. Of course, the Japanese have the concept of hazukashi (shame) that can and does affect their entire family if they do something wrong whereas orcs have no such concept and think “it’s all good”if you can only get away with whatever foul thing you’re doing. Japanese would be humiliated if a family member was stealing or breaking into houses and cars. The disgrace would be almost unbearable. Orcs just make excuses and bristle with hostility and indignation when their “fambly” members are caught in the act and held to account- the well known outrage and screams of, “he dindu nuffin!” and “dis be raycism!” Or the ever popular screech of “disparate impact.”

    I remember how, in Japan, there were beer, whiskey and sake machines sitting outside stores just like we have coke machines outside stores here in America. IF we had that in America (especially in Orc areas) half their population (from ten years of age on and up) would be laying passed out in the streets.

    On another note, I also spent three years in Hong Kong, China and the culture there was the exact opposite of Japanese culture. There, stealing from others and getting away with it meant you were “clever” and the victim was “not smart.” If someone came to your house, saw something they liked and could steal it, they would. If you knew they did it and said anything, you would “lose face” because you were admitting they were more clever than you and you were too stupid to stop them or prevent the theft. The “proper” thing was to remain silent and try and steal something back from them to get even. Corruption there was through the roof and only a fool (or a tourist) would trust them. It was standard in international/foreign owned hotels that if guests belongings got stolen, the entire staff on that floor would be fired. It was the only way to keep theft under control. By comparison, in Japan at a hotel, you could leave a wad of hundred dollar bills laying on the nightstand with perfect confidence it would still be there the next day after the room was cleaned.

    To be completely fair though, in Japan, especially in the towns surrounding U.S. military bases, thefts/shoplifting in stores by American kids was so bad that local mayors would often complain to base commanders about the problem. I remember walking by some American kids one time (who were in the ten to 12 year age range) who had handfuls of candy they had stolen from a Japanese store and hearing one say, “Look at all the stuff I got! Japanese are stupid!” So, in Japan, American kids (many of them) were acting just like Orcs (or Hong Kong Chinese) and were viewed as disgraceful, untrustworthy and corrupt and their families as lower than whale shit at the bottom of the ocean. Of course, when American kids got caught and their families were informed, the kids would get in deep trouble when their parents were summoned to the local police station. I also recall an incident where an American kid was caught by the owner of a store stealing, was being cursed out and dropped to his knees bowing over and over while hysterically shouting, “gomenasai! gomenasai!”or “I’m sorry! I’m sorry!” and was thrown out and told never to return.

    • Replies: @lou
    , @AceDeuce
    , @Che Guava
  94. @John

    The Adirondack chair in the illustration is a hilariously over-the-top white thing as well

    • Replies: @lou
  95. lou says:
    @Non PC Infidel

    and try to steal –fixed that. otherwise, a very excellent critique on culture.

  96. @Muggles

    Not disagreeing with anything you’ve said, but ‘Castle Doctrine’ and ‘SYG’ apply in some states and not others. Moreover there is often a presumption of guilt unless you can prove you were in danger of your life.

    Moreover if you are white and the perp is not, you’d better hope you can find a sympathetic judge and avoid a jury trial, because juries are full of people who have been media-conditioned to throw the book at white people. And that’s white jurors.

    It used to be just white males they were hating, but in recent years the MSM has been on a full-court press against white women too, if they’re not hooked up with negroes or otherwise toeing the line against white males. “BBQ Becky” “Permit Patty” “Cornerstore Caroline” and so on.

    It’s all a coded warning to white women that they’d better not step out of line, else they’ll reap the same sort of ‘privilege’ which has divested white males of their constitutional rights and made them a hunted minority in what was–until recently–their own country.

  97. @Blue Juice

    Some detectives believe the killer is actually a white male in face paint or wearing a mask.

    Yes. I encourage people here to get out of this relatively ‘safe space’ where ‘free speech’ is still honored, just for a look-see now and then. If you do, and mix it up with the media-addled masses, you’ll find out that those detectives are par for the course. It’s my own misfortune to be surrounded by ‘right-thinking’ GoodWhites and they flatly refuse to believe that there’s such a thing as negro crime–anywhere.

    If (as sometimes happens) they fall victim personally to just that, they’ll chalk it up to a random occurrence which doesn’t disprove the rule. Every rule has exceptions, right? And rules are rules, especially the ones enforced by the media, schools, government, corporations, institutions, churches and so on. There’s no way all those things could be wrong, now is there?

    And every one of those insists that it’s white males who are the problem in society, and if and when a PoC happens to act out, well that’s the fault of white males too. Yes it’s that thing we call privilege again.

  98. @Feedsackroad

    There’s an argument to be made that cameras deter more serious violent crimes. No one’s going to prosecute trespassing, much less try and track down a perp for that.

    But if you have cameras, you can (possibly) point out to a perp that he’s already been recorded and (see para #1) his best bet is to cut and run right then.

    I’m leaving the existence of firearms out of the equation for the sake of the argument.

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
  99. AceDeuce says:
    @Non PC Infidel

    In 1992, a historically black college marching band made a tour of Japan–with predictable results:

    https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1992-12-16-mn-1947-story.html

  100. AceDeuce says:
    @Che Guava

    40 years ago, I was stationed in Japan while in the service.

    Most of us rented bikes from a shop on base.

    While on the (American) military base, we all locked our bikes.

    When we went out into the nearby city, there was no need to.

    Think about that…..

    • Agree: Che Guava, HammerJack
  101. @AceDeuce

    Frankly, given the rampant misbehavior of Africans-in-anywhere-else, I’m surprised that the Japanese and Koreans allow them entry to the country.  Yes, even as GIs.

    No one was ever punished for creating the Cave of the Negroes.  Nor should they have been.  They did nothing wrong.

    • Agree: AceDeuce
    • Replies: @Non PC Infidel
  102. @Mr McKenna

    Point out to the perp? You mean, actually engage the criminal during the commission of his crime and try talking sense to him?

    Isn’t this where the whole ‘forward time’ problem steps in the way?

    Do you really think your ‘perp’ would understand ‘hey, I’ve got you on tape’ equates to being caught?

    Or do you think he’d stove your head in with a can of beets and wander on home?

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
  103. @Jim in Jersey

    Most of the times I’ve been involved in a situation like that, I was caught by surprise and didn’t have recourse to much other than my wits. IME this happens much more often than the “Gunfight at the OK Corral” scenario right-wingers like to fantasize about. And in these situations, yes, I’ve had conversations with the guy holding the gun on me (or his partner). I phrase everything in the sense that I am looking out for their interests, whether or not I actually am. I know better than to look at them, of course. YMMV.

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
  104. Britain’s Daily Mail dares to show us our own country.
    The MSM here in the USA won’t dare.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7022005/Thugs-beat-slash-stomp-Brooklyn-man-broad-daylight-attack.html

    Asian SJWs think they’ll be spared.

    • Replies: @Anon
  105. @AceDeuce

    I had not heard of that incident- very interesting but no surprises given the demographic involved.
    Akihabara was a fantastic place to visit back in the 70’s and I used to go there quite often and spend hours walking around through all the little back alleys stuffed to over-flowing with vendors who sold every electronic item imaginable.

  106. @Mr. Rational

    The Cave of the Negroes or Korombo Gama. The interesting thing about the name is blacks are usually politely referred to as “nabini-soko” which translates as “the pot is black.” Korombo translates as the Japanese version of the “N” word and is extemely rude and simply drips with contempt.

  107. @Mr McKenna

    Just the fact that you’re using the plural when talking of these incidents makes me wonder what you do for a living and how often you find yourself under someone else’s gun?

    Personally, checking back in my memory banks – nope, never. A few altercations which promptly ended when I put someone to the ground or showed them high-intensity pain. But no guns.

    I can’t imagine stumbling into an armed robbery and finding the perpetrator ‘chatty’ and reasonable. Scared and nervous, maybe. More so than yourself because they KNOW they’re doing wrong. You just found them.

    Interesting.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
  108. Che Guava says:

    I was trying to reply to a few here and on another thread, Cloudflare is making it impossible. Also, really must sleeping.

  109. @Gunny

    Excellent comment on the Indian analogy.

    5G and the ongoing mass surveillance is the new railroad.

  110. @Gunny

    We’re hardly the Indians but I get your meaning.

    Yang is a moron and doesn’t realize obviously, that a constitutional amendment is far different from a ‘great privilege’ as he describes.

    Thankfully, our system of government is self protected and he couldn’t make a dent in the constitution by himself.

    With that said, they are stacking the deck with far left thinking radicals with no concept of what a constitutional republic is. As our government becomes top heavy with these brainless do-gooders, the system will just crumble beneath them as the funds for their pet projects run out.

    Stockpiling won’t help (I say as I sit on a case of ammo). Find like minded friends and have some rudimentary plan at the very least. You won’t survive what’s coming alone. They may not be trained but there’s lots of ‘em.

    Watch Zulu Dawn.

  111. @Jim in Jersey

    Well, it wasn’t so much me finding them as they finding me, as in an office for example. Anyway it had nothing to do with my job, it was just me living through a dangerous time in a dangerous city. Public transport was also the locus of several violent felonies and there, yes, there was no opportunity for conversation, nor was I so inclined. This crap sort of marks you for life, though. Wasn’t until I moved far away that I met people who’ve never been crime victims. They really don’t know how lucky they are.

  112. Che Guava says:
    @Non PC Infidel

    Thank you for the (very) interesting reply.

    U.S. service people are generally perceived as pests, particularly the darker ones (who are responsible for *all* serious crimes by U.S. military personnel).

    I don’t know about your comments re. China and H.K., am believing you, but suspect it is a matter of place and associations.

    I have two good Chinese friends (one younger, mainland, and an orphan, one older, from Taiwan and a citizen because her father was in the Imperial Army).

    Both are very ethical and very good friends.

  113. Anon[123] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr McKenna

    https://www.krqe.com/amp/news/disabled-student-beaten-and-robbed-outside-community-center/1009284797

    A couple years old but why haven’t the 4 blacks who beat the crap out of an autistic kid who’d just walked his wheelchair-bound friend home. 
    They even threatened to set him on fire if he told!

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