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This is the “mainstream.”

In three tweets, this explains why it is time to change our strategy.

KTLA:

“After two deputies were shot and left in critical condition Saturday night, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department released surveillance footage that appears to show the shooting in Compton.

Three hours after shots were fired, the search for the shooter was ongoing, officials said.

The deputies were working with the department’s Transit Services Bureau and sitting inside a patrol vehicle parked near the Blue Line Metro station in Compton when the shooter approached them, according to the department.

They were parked along 101 East Palmer St., across from the station, when the gunman came up “from behind” just before 7 p.m., Captain Kent Wegner said during a news conference later Saturday night. He said the deputies were facing southbound, and the shooter walked up from the north.

“He walked along the passenger side of the car,” Wegner said. “He acted as if he was going to walk past the car. And then he made a left turn directly toward the car, raised a pistol and fired several rounds inside of the vehicle, striking both of the sheriff’s deputies.”

Both deputies were left in critical condition with multiple gunshot wounds, officials said. They underwent surgery at St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood within four hours of the shooting. …”

This country is falling apart.

It is closer to going up in flames than most people think.

There is nothing that any of us can do to stop the inevitable trainwreck. It is definitely not in our interest to insert ourselves into this shitshow. As the pace of events continues to accelerate, it is changing attitudes. By staying out of the picture, we have gained more ground than we ever could by activism.

Trump has allowed the violent protests to continue for months because it is helping him politically in the 2020 election. Joe Biden is incapable of reining in these people. It has gone too far.

Once this country is engulfed by the looming catastrophe, it will be up to each of us to ride it out as best we can. I don’t think things are going to settle down and return to normal after the election. We’re at the point where the shooting has begun and the violence is being celebrated by mobs.

I’m not a survivalist. I can’t help you there and even if I tried it is probably too late. We’re less than two months from the election. If Trump is reelected, which seems increasingly likely, that is when I expect the leftwing violence to really jump off. I’m expecting something like Northern Ireland in The Troubles. I don’t think the vast majority of Americans are interested in Civil War 2, but I can see the violent Left developing into an insurgency against the police and the government in a Trump second term. Portland has foreshadowed a bloodier conflict between violent leftists and the state in our major cities.

If you live in one of these big cities where the violent leftwing protests have been occurring since George Floyd died and where Democrats have allowed the mob to take over like Portland or Charlottesville, I shouldn’t have to tell you that it is probably wise to exit as soon as possible. The government had to crush violent anarchists before during the Palmer Raids in the Wilson administration.

It will be our job during this catastrophe to explain to our fellow citizens why and how this disaster came about and why the country ultimately lost cohesion and disintegrated. Why are people assassinating police officers? Why are mobs surrounding hospitals and celebrating murderers and cheering for the death of innocent people? Why has the media been cheering on the mobs? Why are Democratic cities abolishing police departments to appease the mob? That already requires an explanation.

The explanation is this: antiracism has brought about this Crisis. It is why America will lose control of its cities which will descend into anarchy. The reconquest of the cities by the government and crushing the leftwing insurgency will necessarily be a fight against antiracism and anarchism.

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  1. No doubt this is one of many incidences of stochastic terrorism, fuelled by social narratives decades in the making by the lügenpresse but particularly amplified as of recently.

    Condolences to the officers involved and their families, I quite frankly cannot understand how so many have the will to protect and serve such a rotten and corrupt society, I think a lot of Whites are coming to feel this way, public service is just service to a genocidal regime that wants your kind erased from this earth as a distinct people, as well as to protect racial aliens who have similar levels of contempt.

  2. Shadi Hamid
    Contributing writer at The Atlantic and Brookings Institution senior fellow

    This is the era of expecting the worst while hoping for the merely tolerable. Some might say that the worst is already happening—economic disaster and 190,000 dead from a pandemic—while the president and his surrogates insist, in a feat of self-delusion, that the “best is yet to come.” As someone who has argued against catastrophism—I don’t believe Donald Trump is a fascist or a dictator in the making, and I don’t believe America is a failed state—I find myself truly worried about only one scenario: that Trump will win reelection and Democrats and others on the left will be unwilling, even unable, to accept the result.

    A loss by Joe Biden under these circumstances is the worst case not because Trump will destroy America (he can’t), but because it is the outcome most likely to undermine faith in democracy, resulting in more of the social unrest and street battles that cities including Portland, Oregon, and Seattle have seen in recent months. For this reason, strictly law-and-order Republicans who have responded in dismay to scenes of rioting and looting have an interest in Biden winning—even if they could never bring themselves to vote for him.

    Now they are threatening us.

  3. I don’t understand why the video disagrees with the story. In the video, the shooter does not walk along the passenger side, he comes from the side so is fully visible. Also it looks like only one shot is fired , certainly not 4. Multiple wounds to two people requires four shots, no?
    I’m not surprised by hoaxes like this, what is surprising is a hoax blackwashing blacks. The George Floyd hoax blackwashed whites. It looks like the deep state (i.e. jews) is playing both sides to create conflict and chaos.
    Always think for yourself.

  4. but I can see the violent Left developing into an insurgency

    Dunnoh
    Maybe but…the specimens we’re seeing are consistently of they low testosterone set and while the may be capable of organization for disorder they aren’t telegraphing much that would evoke confidence in their capacity for battlefield cohesion or valor under fire.

    • LOL: TimeTraveller
    • Replies: @gotmituns
  5. Even facebook cannot put lipstick on this vicious pig. Blocking ER access and chanting “we hope you die” goes way beyond the pale.

    • Replies: @Moi
    , @ThreeCranes
  6. anon[677] • Disclaimer says:

    Hopefully all those surveillance abilities the NSA and FBI has are being put to use so that the Government knows who the baddies behind the masks are and knows where to find them if things do go violent.

    I had a different take on the FBI denying that it was antifa setting the forrest fires than most: The FBI knows they did it, but wants antifa to perhaps think it was right-wingers or firebugs doing it and hence not an antifa-approved activity. Forrest fires would be something that lots of lone-antifa-sympathizing types would be willing to do with little immediate physical risks to themselves, so we dont want them thinking thats what antifa wants done, because they have plenty of disaffected hate-the-world-types who would be willing to start doing that.

    I hope after Trump gets re-elected, the FBI and National Guard are really allowed to go in and arrest/detain these people and they are tried federally, where Soros-funded DAs cannot let them off the hook and most get sentenced to a couple of decades in federal supermax prisons.

  7. Ragno says:

    Shadi Hamid: if you hadn’t spent so much time serving up what your legacy-media clients demanded to hear, you might actually have an argument worth hearing out. As it is, Americans of every stripe – not just the kind in overalls – started tuning your kind out years ago. Make no mistake – we’d’ve been far better off reading op-eds from Americans in overalls, too.

    I’m now well past astonishment at shitlib shamelessness; at their Dionysian, near-demonic joy at smelling the nearness of America’s death. The thorny underbrush of our dilemna is that it isn’t black vs white – it’s whites who know perfectly well who and what they are, and absolutely refuse to apologize for it, versus the multi-hued wretched of society. And Lord knows that ain’t “wretched” as in people warped by Dickensian poverty…..count up the late-model SUVs those giggling looters were packing their stolen booty into: Bob Fucking Cratchit never tooled around in a Land Rover, okay? (T’Shingaa Abdullah Jones, on the other hand, be a diff’unt story.)

    Insofar as the whites are concerned, they’re a whole other kind of wretched: besides the sort of subhuman flotsam like the louts who attacked the Rittenhouse kid, a century of leaving media and education in Triply Parenthesised hands has additionally yielded a bumper crop of culturally-Judaized failed white men and women, comically cheering on the louts and hoodrats while keeping a fearful distance from them, too. You can, however, trust that those on the margins – the kind with BLM stickers in their store windows who got looted and burned out anyway – are already looking for a way out; no, not from the nightmare of Donald Trump…… more like safe passage from the likes of you, Shadi old man.

    You said it yourself – whoever wins, the violence will only continue. Will only grow worse. Thus, there’s absolutely ZERO reason for any sentient, responsible American adult to vote for Joe Biden. Your little deeply-considered essay is just a bullshit bialy with the usual rancid defeatism ladled on good and thick, intended to convince however many knee-trembling fence sitters are left that the smart money is in kicking over danegeld to your tormerntors – and keep your eyes downcast, lest you suddenly anger them anew!

    But like a lot of us started saying months ago, if it’s coming then let’s get this shit over with once and for all. And I like my odds of prevailing a lot better with Trump in charge than Biden on AOC’s lap, drinking a glass of water with her hand up his back.

  8. Truth says:

    Did anyone see someone get shot?

    • Thanks: TimeTraveller
  9. Mefobills says:

    Here is how you can join the Constitutional Sheriffs & Peace Officers Association — Everyone Is Eligible!

    The sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer.

    Shire-reeves (Sheriffs) go back to before the Norman conquest. But sometime after magna-carta, Sheriffs became elected and started working for the people. The brewing civil war that lead to the magna carta was due to predatory super-creditors (Jews) in England. The Jews were putting house to house with usury. If you read the magna carta, a lot of it is about debt. The Bible is about debt too, but “sin” was mistranslated.

    The original magna carta was circa 1215, the edict for Jew expulsion was 1290.

    https://magnacartaplus.org/magnacarta/#magna-carta1215en

    History of Sheriffs:

    https://www.sheriffs.org/about-nsa/history/roots

    All evil customs relating to forests and warrens, foresters, warreners, sheriffs and their officers, river-banks and their wardens, shall immediately be investigated in each county by twelve sworn knights of the same county, chosen by the honest men of the county. The evil customs shall, within forty days of the said inquest, be completely and irrevocably abolished.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    , @Curmudgeon
  10. @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    Negroes always bring their street fights right into the hospitals where I live, but even when people are killed it always remains a “local news” story and “goodwhites” never breathe a word about it.

    Through methods like these, the phenomenon is encouraged to metastasize which, I presume, is the intention.

  11. @bruce county

    Now they are threatening us.

    No, I believe that’s called gaslighting.

    Threatening–and worse–they’ve been doing for decades.

    • Agree: Pat Kittle
  12. Exile says:
    @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    “Vote like your life depends on it,” James Woods?

    Our lives already depended on Donald Trump and he did nothing to save them but stump for re-election on the dead bodies and burned cities.

    If our lives depend on Donald Trump to save them, we should start digging our own graves.

    Fortunately, they do not.

    Don’t wait until the election to start making your own plans to move to the Whitest areas you can find – and as far as possible from the Bugman shitholes that will be the staging areas for whatever fake and gay drama commences after whichever fake and gay candidate wins the fake and gay election.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @profnasty
  13. In their own words….

    Never forget this

  14. @bruce county

    A Trump victory “is the outcome most likely to undermine faith in democracy”?

    So a Biden wins that means democracy is alive and A-okay? Especially when Republicans vote for him?

    Please show your work. I’m afraid your New Math is confusing me.

    • Agree: Realist
  15. @Sparkylyle92

    What’s wrong with that video clip?

    First of all, it is too grainy and has that “Big Foot sighting” quality about it. Was it filmed on an 8mm movie camera from the 1970s?

    Even the video clips from the (((BLM))) protesters in front of the hospital are grainy and sub-standard for current year of 2020.

    As for President Trump’s response… it’s really bad, I mean really badass… but not as badass as his performance in WrestleMania 23:

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  16. meamjojo says:

    Sounds like cop cars should have bullet proof glass and doors. And maybe don’t park where you can’t see all angles. It’s called situational awareness in self defense/martial arts.

    • Replies: @Bill
  17. Anonymous[319] • Disclaimer says:

    This is disappointing. The NI (Negro Involved) needs to be hunted down and take an unfortunate fall. Where’s Gina Haspell when you need her?

    • Replies: @Emily
  18. roonaldo says:

    Clearly a mostly-peaceful attacker following instructions in the DNC-Clinton Foundation Election Special Package. For only $199.95 you get BLM’s updated “The Anarchist’s Cookbook,” a canister of Biden Family Farms Pepper Spray, an AOC Laser Blaster, the Pelosi Shield Armor Ensemble, Maxine’s Get-Out-of-Jail-Free-Card, a Garcetti Arms 32 caliber Saturday Night Special, and a half-dozen Kamalatov Cocktails. Certified cop killers will be honored guests at LA Lakers and Seattle Seahawks games.

    • Thanks: ThreeCranes
    • Replies: @bruce county
  19. vot tak says:

    L.a. county sheriff deputies have a reputation of being one of the more police brutality prone of pindo cop outfits.

  20. Trump has allowed the violent protests to continue for months because it is helping him politically in the 2020 election. Joe Biden is incapable of reining in these people. It has gone too far.

    Sounds (sounds) reasonable. – Not right.

    • Replies: @Bill
  21. Carlos22 says:

    Maybe this is the end game for the left.

    The population can now see where identity politics lead to and will not only reject it but will demand a purging of academia and the media we do badly need.

  22. yurivku says:

    This country is falling apart.

    Yes, the sooner the better. “This country” had done so much harm to the world, so it has to be eliminated.

  23. If they die, fast trial death penalty for the killer. Only way to stop this!

    Yeah, he violated the NAP the instant he pulled the trigger, and the people have a right to use force in self defense.

    But certaintly we shouldn’t declare Communism illegal and arrest all active Communists for sedition and ban distribution of Communist propaganda, and forbid foreign Communist nations from deploying agents in our country, because then we would be an un-free Fascist police state.

    Gotta wait until the left-wing hit squad lets the bullets loose before we have a right to respond.

  24. Emily says:

    There was also another shooting, looting and riot last night.
    Lancaster, Penn.
    Police body camera picks it up.
    Another crazed black with a knife.
    https://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61723

    • Thanks: Majority of One
  25. Bert says:

    Fellow Alabamian, if you want to explain the increasing dysfunction of the USA, then you need to dig deeper than anti-racism. Read The Culture of Critique. The deep explanation is that today’s dysfunction stems entirely from the activities of Ashkenazim. And because I know that you are analytically-minded, you should consider whether the Ashkenazim were naturally selected during their 40 generations of exploiting Caucasians in Central and Eastern Europe to be, in fact, psychologically hostile to their host population. It is likely that alleles for negative ethnocentricity were favored, and that the cultural destruction of the USA has been carried out by individual Ashkenazim who, through the processes of gamete formation and union, were particularly well-supplied with the alleles coding for hostility to Caucasians. The ultimate explanation will be genetic.

    • Replies: @Lucy Lipinska
  26. gotmituns says:
    @SimplePseudonymicHandle

    No, blacks don’t show wh∀t we think of as valor. They are formidable as long as things are going their way. Once things gets tough, they run like scared r∀bbits.

    • Replies: @Army of the Potomac
  27. anon[128] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump has allowed the violent protests to continue for months

    The Kushner Administration instigated the black insurrection by weakly appeasing blacks with “prison reform.”

    • Replies: @Majority of One
  28. gotmituns says:

    Pick your side and stay with until the end. Hopefully, we can maintain something of our Christian morality while we’re fulfilling our task of sending the blacks away and implementing the final solution to the jewish question.

  29. Moi says:
    @Bruce Arney

    Land of the free, home of the brave? LOL.

  30. They should charge major networks as outside collusionaries. They’ve been egging this on for months.

  31. Anonymous[661] • Disclaimer says:

    Since the election of Obama the Jewish media cartel has been vigorously propagating a very loud message of hatred and violence against whites. We see the results of that everywhere, everyday.

    • Replies: @Dr.C. Fhandrich
  32. anon[128] • Disclaimer says:
    @Exile

    move to the Whitest areas you can find

    Two tools to use:


    The Racial Dot Map
    https://demographics.virginia.edu/DotMap/


    City-Data – Stats about all US cities
    http://www.city-data.com

  33. Why are mobs surrounding hospitals and celebrating murderers and cheering for the death of innocent people?

    I wouldn’t give the presumption of innocence to a police officer before it was enjoyed by every citizen regardless of ethnic background.

    There will always be enough weak-minded people that can be convinced to do precisely that. Giving random dummies military gear and putting them above the law is still the problem.

    • Troll: FoSquare, Tlotsi
    • Replies: @Astuteobservor II
  34. Emily says:
    @Anonymous

    Where’s Gina Haspell when you need her?

    Probably signing the payment cheque for the services rendered.

  35. Biff says:

    Nobody forced them to take that job – living by the sword….

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  36. @Bruce Arney

    Turnabout is fair play. Time to let shot-up black bodies lie where they fall. No hospitalization for them. Sorry, the emergency room is closed. Have a nice life, or death.

  37. @Maowasayali

    What’s wrong with it is that the shooter’s head only comes up the the top of the police car. He’s a midget. Runs with little short legs like a dwarf. Cops should be able to ID him in an instant. Can’t be too many of them running around.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Thanks: Maowasayali
  38. Civwar 2 is coming no matter who wins in Nov.

    Wear a mask and make sure all foxholes are 6 feet apart.

    • Agree: Trinity
  39. AWM says:

    Too much “analysis paralysis.”

    They should have flooded Compton with the 101st Airborne or equivalent.

    The disruption to their drug and prostitute trade would have resulted in the shooter being turned in in less than 6 hours. With the gun.

    Attitude, Behavior, Consequence.
    You have to make it hurt, a lot.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  40. G J T says:
    @anon

    Keep dreaming. The FBI is almost entirely in bed with antifa. They are the American Cheka.

    • Agree: Trinity, Alden
  41. Bill says:
    @anon

    Did QAnon tell you that’s what’s going to happen?

  42. Bill says:
    @meamjojo

    The last thing any of us should want is a police force in armored vehicles constantly thinking about sight lines and routes of withdrawal.

    The solution is definitely not to make police tactics even more paranoid and paramilitary.

    • Agree: Majority of One
  43. Redman says:
    @bruce county

    She seems to have this upside down. How is cowering to a mob consonant with law and order?

    Taken to its extreme, this view suggests LEOs (and the military) should never seek to protect and defend anything. For fear that those who threaten might get really mad.

    No male could have this view and ever succeed.

    • Replies: @SMK
  44. Bill says:
    @Dieter Kief

    Does it? What could Trump do? Generals have said publicly that they don’t think the military should be used. Do you think the generals would obey if Trump told them to put down the riots?

  45. Shouldn’t all police cars have bullet proof glass by now?

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @RadicalCenter
  46. anarchyst says:

    Every cop’s ultimate goal is to make it to retirement (usually 20 years) with a comfortable pension, where he can start a second career. Every cop wants as little friction as possible.

    Cops KNOW where the criminality is taking place, but do almost nothing to “solve the problems”as doing so puts them in real danger.

    It’s easier to harass honest citizens during traffic stops than it is to go after REAL criminals who know “how the game is played”.

    Cops who demand “respect” while abusing their “authority” IS a major problem in many departments.

    The honest person who is (forcibly) involved with cops (traffic stop) is the easiest person to harass and even set up.

    Boston cops were recently caught planting drugs on people in order to boost their “quota” requirements. Despite denials by officials and cops, “ticket quotas” are commonly used in almost every police department to assess “officer performance”.

    Lucrative union “collective bargaining agreements” that shield “bad” cops from having their disciplinary records revealed or scrutinized, union lawyers who “cover up” misbehavior and cop-friendly prosecutors who always take the cop’s side are a major problem as well, although the release of “bad” cop records is starting to be recognized as a way to reign in “bad” cops.

    Most of the present-day problems started with the expansion of “qualified immunity” in 1986, which absolved cops of wrongdoing for just about any misbehavior that they commit.

    “I feahed fo’ mah life” is the standard police response in a questionable lethal use-of-force situation. It is almost always successful in the cop’s favor.

    As ordinary citizens, we are told that “ignorance of the law is no excuse”, while court rulings specifically absolve cops of requiring them to have “knowledge of the law”. Double standard, indeed.

    When a cop, having criminal intent, wanting to shoot someone, can shoot a citizen for being unable to crawl with his hands behind his back, be acquitted in court, despite full video evidence being presented, and to add insult to injury, be rehired in order to receive a pension, something is seriously wrong. (See Mesa Arizona cop Philip Brailsford murdering Daniel Shaver).

    Finally, police are getting “blowback”, something that I feared would happen, and that I predicted would be the case decades ago. Cops are also being held back by their “chiefs of police” who are usually political appointees serving at the pleasure of city officials.

    That being said, I have absolutely no use for the so-called “peaceful (yeah, right) protesters” who are hell-bent on destroying civil society, who are being egged on by “deep state” and city officials who are holding back cops from doing their jobs.

  47. @Sparkylyle92

    Multiple wounds to two people requires four shots, no?

    Depending on the round one round could enter and exit both targets, giving each two wounds or more depending on the trajectory of the bullet. You could also have wounds from bullet fragments or shrapnel from items in the vehicle that were hit.

  48. anarchyst says:

    1. Abolish official immunity for all public officials
    2. Abolish police and all public sector unions
    3. Awards for misconduct to be disbursed from police pension funds
    4. No self-investigations. Investigations for misconduct at state level
    5. Abolish SWAT teams
    6. Knock and announce warrants only in daytime. No night raids
    7. Prohibit militarization of police
    8. All police to be clearly identified, this includes vehicles
    9. Body and dash cams to be used at all times
    10. Grand juries to be independent from prosecutors
    11. Civilian review boards to have no police ties
    12. Prohibit uniformed police from “stacking” courtrooms
    13. Police departments to be run like fire departments
    14. All interrogations to be videotaped no exceptions
    15. Prohibit police from lying to obtain confessions
    16. Penalties for police criminality to be doubled
    17. Restrictions placed on civilian weaponry applies to police as well
    18. No carve-outs or special privileges for police
    19. Establish “blacklist” of individuals prohibited from serving as police
    20. End “asset forfeiture” “legalized robbery under color of authority”
    21. End the “drug war” and drug prohibition

  49. Cops are reaping the whirlwind they have spent the past decades sowing.

    I will be upset about this shooting when cop stop ambushing and murdering citizens in their own homes. Ryan Whitaker and Duncan Lemp would both agree, but they were ambushed and murdered by out of control cops.

    • Replies: @Flubber
    , @gotmituns
  50. @Ragno

    Support Joe Biden. Donald Trump is a fucking retard whose policies only helped the people he insulted (blacks and Mexicans) while his comatose supporters remain dying of heroin overdoses and shooting tbemselves in the mouth at record rates. The coronavirus shutdown also did more to clamp down on immigration and uppity women than any Republican candidate ever did. You would have to be a mentally deranged faggot to be a Trump supporter innthe year 2020. Please, stop smoking the crack cocaine that he is distributing to you online occultic fucks. You are testing our faith in humanity with your slobbering, mindless endorsement of this useless and retarded politician.

    • Troll: Tlotsi, Ragno
  51. @Bill

    Bill, this is what I thought but – seem to have wrapped up in too much irony or sarcasm.

  52. A plausible theory is that this anarcho-tyranny is being encouraged from the top, to get the vast majority of Americans to accept a draconian crackdown.

    “We’re taking away your constitutional rights, in order to prevent anarchy in the streets.”

    • Replies: @mocissepvis
  53. as longs as pigs have
    1. qualified immunity
    2. police bill rights giving them extra rights. all citizens are equal but some are more equal.
    3. dc vs warren, and castle rock vs gonzolez… i.e. the pigs dont have a legal duty to protect you.
    4. no knock drug warrants
    5. asset forfeiture
    6. public police union

    they deserve every cap in the head they get.

    im no fan of antifa, but pigs took the ticket and decided to be on (((their))) side.

    so F÷×& cops.

    • Agree: Grahamsno(G64)
  54. All Democratic party voters are cowards. Half of Republican voters are cowards. How any American citizen can still sit by and vote for a political party made up of politicians who witness this level of violence and anarchy is mind boggling. This violence is occurring in state after U.S. state, especially blue states, where democrats and the lying main stream press continue to insultingly insistent that this violence is mainly composed of “peaceful” protesters. Why aren’t the “peaceful protesters” protesting the violence arising from the democratic party supporting press and “protesters”..?? Every honest person can see where the violence is coming from and it isn’t the White House or the Republican party.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  55. @JohnPlywood

    Democrat party supporters are shooting people at record rates. President Trump has nothing to do with the violence democrats support.

    • Replies: @JohnPlywood
  56. Realist says:

    Why would police sit in their vehicle, with no situational awareness, while a POC approaches them…better question why would anyone be a policeman?

    As long as intelligent Whites allow this it will continue.

  57. Flubber says:
    @JohnPlywood

    Lol. Ok Shill.

    Trump upsets the apple cart, and the globalists rile up the blacks to wreck the Democrat cities and your solution is to vote for the retard with Dementia?

    Try harder troll.

    • Replies: @JohnPlywood
  58. Flubber says:
    @Chris Mallory

    Dont forget Daniel Shaver.

    • Replies: @Chris Mallory
  59. Hibernian says:
    @Mefobills

    “Sworn knights” and “honest men of the county” meant landowning squires, not “the people” as we understand the meaning of those words today.

    • Agree: Alden, Montefrío
    • Replies: @Mefobills
  60. MarkU says:

    After playing the video of the shooting several times I reckon it was a kid. Not only was the shooter short enough to be a kid, the shooter’s gait more resembled that of a child than of an adult, particularly when they started running.

  61. @gotmituns

    Truth. They ran from Bedford Forrest, and insofar as they are organized, they will run now.

    • Replies: @Rich
  62. MarkU says:
    @anarchyst

    I saw the Daniel Shaver shooting for the first time recently. If I had been on the jury there is no way I would have voted for acquittal. That cop should be behind bars, either in prison or a psychiatric home for the criminally insane.

    • Agree: Druid55
    • Replies: @anarchyst
  63. Anon[156] • Disclaimer says:

    The source of the discontent is a combination of over immigration and a failed education system. The former causes high unemployment, higher crime and loss of social cohesion, the latter further divides by emphasizing victimhood rather than Civic education. But these anarchists are being paid off by George Soros who is the champion of open borders, so they are blindly blaming the police, Trump and anyone Soros wants them to blame, and demanding more open borders, too stupid to know the true cause of their misery.

  64. anarchyst says:

    Ever notice that police unions are “fraternal”? This should tell you something. The “thin-blue-line” is a gang, little different than street gangs–at least when it comes to “covering-up” their questionable and quite often, illegal and criminal behavior.

    In today’s day and age, “officer safety” trumps de-escalation of force. This, in part, is due to the militarization of the police along with training in Israeli “command and control” military tactics. This becomes a problem, with the “us vs. them” attitude that is fosters, along with the fact that Israel is a very different place, being on a constant “war footing”, its tactics are very different. Since American police departments have adopted Israeli military tactics, “we are all Palestinians, now”.

    There are too many instances of police being “given a pass”, even when incontrovertible video and audio evidence is presented. Grand juries, guided by police-friendly prosecutors, quite often refuse to charge those police officers who abuse their authority. If, by chance a police officer is brought to trial, uniformed police officers “stack the courtroom” to “encourage the jurors to acquit.

    The few police officers, who want to do the right thing, are quite often marginalized and put into harms way, by their own brethren…When a police officer is beating on someone that is already restrained while yelling, “stop resisting” THAT is but one reason police have a “bad name” in many instances…this makes the “good cops” who are standing around, witnessing their “brethren in blue” beating on a restrained suspect, culpable as well…

    Here are changes that can help reduce police-induced violence:

    1. Abolish police unions. Police unions (fraternities) protect the guilty, and are responsible for the massive whitewashing of questionable police behavior that is presently being committed.

    2. Eliminate both “absolute” and “qualified” immunity for all public officials. This includes, prosecutors and judges, police and firefighters, code enforcement and child protective services officials, and others who deal with the citizenry. The threat of being sued personally would encourage them to behave themselves. Require police officers to be “bonded” by an insurance company, with their own funds. The basic cost of the bond would be paid by the municipality with any surcharges to be paid by the individuals themselves. No bond= no job.

    3. Any public funds disbursed to citizens as a result of police misconduct should come out of police pension funds–NOT from the taxpayers.

    4. Regular drug-testing of police officers as well as incident-based drug testing should take place whenever an officer is involved in a violent situation with a citizen–no exceptions.

    5. Testing for steroid use should be a part of the drug testing program. You know damn well, many police officers “bulk up” with the “help” of steroids. Steroids also affect users mentally as well, making them more aggressive. The potential for abuse of citizens increases greatly with steroid use.

    6. Internal affairs should only be used for disagreements between individual officers–NOT for investigations involving citizen abuse. State-level investigations should be mandatory for all suspected abuses involving citizens.

    7. Prosecutors should be charged with malfeasance IF any evidence implicating police officer misconduct is not presented to the grand jury.

    8. A national or state-by-state database of abusive individuals who should NEVER be allowed to perform police work should be established–a “blacklist” of abusive (former) police officers.

    9. Most people are unaware that police have special “rules” that prohibit them from being questioned for 72 hours. This allows them to “get their stories straight” and makes it easier to “cover up” bad police behavior. Police must be subject to the same laws as civilians.

    10. All police should be required to wear bodycams and utilize dashcams that cannot be turned off. Any police officers who causes a dash or body cam to be turned off should be summarily fired–no excuses. Today’s body and dash cams are reliable enough to withstand harsh treatment. Body and dashcam footage should be uploaded to a public channel “on the cloud” for public perusal.

    11. All interrogations must be video and audio recorded. Police should be prohibited from lying or fabricating stories in order to get suspects to confess. False confessions ARE a problem in many departments. Unknown to most people, police can lie with impunity while civilians can be charged with lying to police…fair? I think not…

    12. Any legislation passed that restricts the rights of ordinary citizens, such as firearms magazine capacity limits, types of weapons allowed, or restrictive concealed-carry laws should apply equally to police. No special exemptions to be given to police. Laws must be equally applied.

    Police work is not inherently dangerous…there are many other professions that are much more dangerous.

    A little “Andy Taylor” could go a long way in allaying fears that citizens have of police.

    That being said, I have no problem with police officers who do their job in a fair, conscientious manner…however, it is time to call to task those police officers who only “protect and serve” themselves.

    • LOL: Alden
  65. Trump will be reelected but thereafter what happens is anybody’s guess…

  66. profnasty says:
    @Exile

    You can run.
    But, you cannot hide.

    • Replies: @VICB3
  67. profnasty says:
    @anon

    Trump will be under attack from all sides. He will do nothing. Re: Watch as Legacy Americans bend over and spread ’em. It’s hard to fight back when you know you’re alone. Rittenhouse 2044.

  68. @Bill

    Exactly, Bill! Why hasn’t Trump invoked the Insurrection Act, which he threatened to do back in June? Generals Mattis, Powell and other retired generals are in favor of taking Trump down by any means necessary, which could include a military coup. And they have a lot of support from the active duty military brass, many of whom remain loyal to Obama.

    Esper and General Milley have publicly objected to the way they were used when Trump had his famous photo op holding a Bible in front of St. John’s church. Seems they refuse to be used to defend the Capital if called upon by Trump.

    I suspect that Trump has been told in no uncertain terms that, if he attempts to invoke the Insurrection Act, he will be forcibly removed from office. Let’s see what happens when the 50-day siege of the White House begins this coming Thursday (9-17).

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  69. @Bert

    I couldn’t agree more, Bert. I know this from experience.

  70. Anonymous[339] • Disclaimer says:
    @Biff

    Nobody forced them to take that job – living by the sword….

    Nope, police do not “live by the sword”. The word “Police” comes from the Greek word “polis”, a Classical form of city organization characterized by civic involvement of most citizens, as opposed to the active refusal to be involved of non-polis cities along the Mediterranean coast.

    “Police” means “man of the city”, and is supposed to be a person who enforces public will against people who do not obey this public will. These are people such as thieves, robbers, con-men, contract breakers, and so on. Police have historically also been fairly kind to those who needed temporary assistance, such as employed people asking for directions. This service is actually appreciated by most Blacks, who tend to let police serve as arbiters in minor intra-group disputes.

    Over the past few decades, police have been given additional duties, such as first responder to medical conditions. That’s how they ended up restraining a clearly deranged person. A person who “lived by the sword” would simply have shot the man fatally on the grounds that the man was a clear threat to both the shooter and other people in his vicinity. The police did not, nor did anybody expect them to.

    The difference between occupying troops and and police is simply that police serve to enforce civic norms, while occupying troops tend to enforce the norms of their commander.

    The problem comes from differences between White and Black civic norms. About 40% of the Black population has an IQ under 83, and cannot hold productive jobs in an industrial economy. This 40% tends to break various laws, either to supplement their State income, or to keep their self respect as human beings. Black society does not like this state of affairs, but cannot change it, and does not want about 2/5 of their relatives to be arrested, put in prison, or shot while assaulting officers, nor does the 2/5 want to be arrested, put in prison, or shot while assaulting officers. Black society also does not want this state of affairs to become public knowledge. Hence, Black susceptibility to BLM propaganda and replacement of logic and foresight by “intensity of feeling”.

    Solution? Differences in civic norms are always settled by force. There was a time when White force was superior, but now Black force is superior. For the future, well, we’ll see.

    • Replies: @Chris Mallory
  71. Anonymous[339] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dr.C. Fhandrich

    Half of Republican voters are cowards.

    Nonsense. Half of Republican voters are not cowards.

    • Replies: @lysias
    , @Hippopotamusdrome
  72. Mefobills says:
    @Hibernian

    History repeats with Oligarchy attempting to enclose the lands and grab all economic gain for itself.

    The Sheriffs “post magna carta” were to prevent “land owning squires” from taking sordid gain. The revolution at that time was due to lands being enclosed. They were being enclosed by debt mechanics. Modern finance feudalism is no different, just more sophisticated.

    Today’s sheriffs don’t understand they have unique constitutional power. It is a bottom-up power given to them as the final legal representation of the people.

    The “people” of today don’t understand they can get power representation through CSPOA.

    This lack of understanding is probably due to civics not being taught in publik skoools, so Joe citizen is a mushroom.

    In a shit hit the fan scenario, it is your sheriff that has your back. It is especially the case if you have joined CSPOA and are active. This gives both you and your Sheriff more power simultaneously. The sheriffs actually want you to be part of their posse.

    Note that it is Oligarchy and their minions (city councils, politicians, federal agencies, deep state) that is against you… they are the equivalent of land enclosure as they tax the shit out of you, and immigrate more people from the third world.

    It was politicians that told Police in liberal cities to back-off. It is politicians who hold purse strings for police. Not so for Sheriffs, they are independently funded and get their power directly from the voter.

    Jewish finance has always enclosed lands to then benefit the jew. Prior to magna carta, Jewish homes were being torched, because that is where debt instruments were housed. It was a jubilee by fire. Super-Creditors don’t have to be Jews, even though our jewish friends have honed their methods to an art.

    What is going on today is a polarization and enclosure, which leads to civil war. The polarization happens repeatedly in cycles throughout history, except for those civilizations that had jubilees.

    The CSPOA is an organized bottom-up (and constitutionally sanctioned) approach to fighting oligarchy. You want to fight an organized money-powered group such as today’s deep state oligarchs? You need to belong to another organized group.

    • Replies: @Chris Mallory
    , @Thomasina
  73. gotmituns says:
    @Chris Mallory

    Cops are reaping the whirlwind they have spent the past decades sowing.
    ————————————————————————————-
    To some extent you are correct. However, once the politicians started using the police as a revenue making unit, they made many decent citizens into quasi enemies as well. Having said that, the thing with te blacks is different. black people don’t have the ability to stay within the law. That’s the problem with blacks. They’re just not up to the standards of this society they’re trapped in.

    • Replies: @Chris Mallory
  74. @yurivku

    “This country” had done so much harm to the world, so it has to be eliminated.

    There’s a relentless contingent on the Internet — folks like The Saker, Fred Reed, you — who never miss a chance to remind us what a horrible, terrible, very bad place America is, going all the way back to Howard Zinn and essentially every Communist Jew since the Frankfurt School. On the other side of the political spectrum are the commenters hoping 27 times a second that California slides into the sea.

    Do you live here, or are you pontificating from afar? Are you counting on dying in this upcoming “elimination,” or do you think there will be some peaceful My Little Pony transition to New America 2.0 that’ll spare you and yours?

    As horrible as this country may be (and point out to me the present or historical nation that’s not even worse), I’m not a fan of being collateral damage for your dystopia. Y’all need to cool it with the Joker vibe, this nihilistic rhetoric is why cops get shot.

    • Agree: Gleimhart Mantooso
    • Replies: @yurivku
  75. @Ragno

    Your characterization of the state of the U.S. in 2020 is for the most part, dead on. The shear degeneracy of whites that have abandoned all responsibility to the health of the nation their tribe created,, no matter what their present confused political loyalties may be. is frightening but alas, true. How can a people fall so far down in self respect and duty ,etc……..???

  76. @Flubber

    Dont forget Daniel Shaver.

    I haven’t. I was just using two examples from the past 6 months.

    Though Shaver’s death wasn’t an ambush as much as it was a lethal game of Simon Sez with a couple steroid addicted thugs screaming contradicting orders and Shaver was shot for getting one of them wrong.

  77. VICB3 says:
    @The Spirit of Enoch Powell

    Everybody here is assuming that the shooter is Black. But look at his – or her; who knows? – height. Very short, with a build more typical of a Latino than a more robust and bigger Black.

    Forget all the BLM and self-described “Communist” loudmouths outside the hospital. This could very well be a Latino gang hit, either for revenge of some sort or as a ‘cred’ enhancing move.

    As for that station and the area, I happen to know it well. It has been shifting rapidly from Black to Latino as the latter displace or force out the former by one means or another. Consider that Plaza Mexico is only just over a mile away in Lynwood, giving you an idea of the demographic shifting.

    (Forced out of the inner cities, Section-8 Blacks [and Latinos] have moved into the high-desert cities of Lancaster, Palmdale, Victorville and Hesperia, resulting in an increase of poverty and street ctimes in those formerly White blue-collar areas. There goes the neighbourhood. )

    At any rate, the shooting highlights the violence and criminality endemic to the area, something that you simply would not see in areas such as Palos Verdes or Hermosa Beach, White majority areas where community policing is the norm.

    Hope this helps!

    Just a thought.

    VicB

  78. @anarchyst

    Your drug testing needs to include weekly random breath alcohol testing. But otherwise good suggestions.

  79. @anarchyst

    I think you’ve been watching The Andy Griffith Show a little too much. BLM doesn’t fear the police. In fact, the police fears them. BLM would laugh at gun-free Andy Taylor as they stomp him into the pavement. Even one-bullet Barney Fife wouldn’t be able to save him.

  80. @Flubber

    Lol, globalists. Thank you for alerting us to your schizophrenia. Actually, it was a natural response of black people to a stimuli (footage of black men being beutally murdered by police — a fact Donald Ttump acknowledges) that made them extremely uncomfortable.

    How about you just admit that this country has a police abuse problem, like Donald Trump has, and vote for Biden? Oh yeah, you’re a Russian troll, you can’t vote in this country.

    God bless America (and NOT Republicans — who are un-American filth and disgusting cucks who should be deported to Russia-China)

  81. @TimeTraveller

    Holy fuck.

    The mask comes off huh?

    I hope you die a horrible, horrible death.

    • Replies: @bruce county
  82. Alden says:
    @bruce county

    Does anyone read or subscribe to The Atlantic anymore? Most of the subscriptions are for college and public libraries. The only readers who agree with its far left articles are far leftists. No conservative, Republican, or normal democrat could possible agree with another year of revolution and riots.

    So who who does The Atlantic think they’re influencing? . Blacks & Hispanics don’t read it. I doubt the anti fa types read it. Few Whites read it. It’s just far out leftist articles for far out leftists who think they’re intellectuals It’s also old media, print, read mostly by the 50 plus age group, not by the antifa age group.

    The Atlantic is owned by Steve Jobs wife isn’t it?

  83. The author lost me when he cited the notorious Palmer Raids during the World War One aftermath as as positive set of events. Yers,, the protests at the time were anti-government—but what government? This was the era of the arch-traitor Woodrow Wilson’s administration. Blackmailed by the J.P. Morgan bankster interests in order to get him elected in order to pass the nation-killing “Federal” Reserve Act in 1913, Wilson put his own reputation before the good of the country.

    Three years later Wilson ran for re-election in 1916 under the slogan of “He kept us out of the War”. Within a few scant weeks of his second Inauguration, Wilson, in April of 1917, promptly addressed both the House and Senate in a joint meeting and asked for a declaration of war against the German and Austro-Hungarian empires. Wilson was under orders from the ruling private banksters to get us into the war on behalf of the “Allies” who were reeling in disarray at that time.

    The bankster agenda was the destruction of four empires, the first two mentioned, the Ottoman of the Turks and their greatest enemy, Tsarist Russia. Second agenda was the Balfour Declaration by the British Foreign Ministry, agreeing to Jewish settlement in Palestine. Part of the reason why the Germans were able to drive back the Allies in the Sproing of ’17 was the British withdrawal from the Western front many of their best divisions to be used to massively attack the Turks and seize Palestine on behalf of the Rothschild’s Zionist agenda.

    Thousands of Americans were locked up during the unwanted war for opposing that conflict where we had no business involving ourselves. Prominent Americans, including the non-Communist head of the democratic socialists, Eugene V. Debs, were among those imprisoned. Closely upon the Armistice of 11-11-18 when hostilities ceased, the Palmer Raids commenced. They were directed at leftists of all stripes, most of them foreign-born. At the time the socialist movement was a major political force in this country. With the raids, the innocent as well as the plotting Bolsheviks and the extreme fringes of the anarchist movement were rounded up and deported.

    Still on the books and currently used in court against American citizens who displease the Deep State is the “Trading With the Enemy Act” of 1917. The Act was so broadly constructed that even Muslim-American charity organizations have been viciously targeted in order to render full support to the colonialist and imperialist Zionist agenda on behalf of the current occupants of the lands belonging to the Palestinian people

    • Replies: @Alden
  84. @Dr.C. Fhandrich

    Wow, what a cucky soundbite:

    “Donald Trump does NOT stand for the violence that has erupted under his tenure, which he has made absolutely zero effort to stop. Vote for Trump so he can continue tweeting about this awful chaos while doing nothing whatever to stop it”

    Do Republifaggots actually believe this makes Donald Trump look the least but appealling to non-handicapped human beings? I got news for ya dipsquat, Joe Biden doesn’t support the riots either and he’ll actually put a clampdown on it. Joe Biden isn’t a cuck like Trump and he’ll actually deploy troops to smother and sodomize the rioters. Donald Trump is a Russian plant and you are all Russian shills trying to save his fledgling grip on power (and reality).

    • Replies: @Fred777
    , @Alden
  85. anarchyst says:
    @MarkU

    The rest of the cops on the scene should have been tried and convicted as “accessories to murder” for watching while the murder of Daniel Shaver was being committed.

    • Replies: @MarkU
  86. Alden says:
    @Sparkylyle92

    2 people sitting side by side in a car could very well by hit by one bullet fired from 3 feet away. He could have easily fired 2-4 shots in a few seconds. Plus broken glass shards of plastic. I’m no expert, but I doubt anything about how many shots how many bullets can be assumed from the video.

    Note, those black south of the airport towns are so dangerous it’s necessary to post police at the commuter train stations and bus stops. No police needed at bus and train stops north of the airport, SF Valley, East and West Los Angeles, Downtown, Asian Hispanic White suburbs, just the black south of the airport neighborhoods.

    • Replies: @Sparkylyle92
  87. yurivku says:
    @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid

    I live in Russia and I sincerely wish your empire to disappear. You mericans never think of other people’s feelings, so why should I?

    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @The Soft Parade
  88. Alden says:
    @John Q Duped

    There’s bullet resistant glass but no bullet proof glass available for police and civilian use.

  89. @anon

    You are totally out to lunch. With a mere 5% of the world’s population, the U$ incarcerates 25% of the world’s prisoners. Many of these prisoners are non-violent and first-time offenders. The prison-industrial complex is one of the biggest rackets going. Of the federal prisoners released during the height of the Covid crisis in our massively overcrowded jails and prisons, the majority were NOT black.

    Prison reform is long overdue. Reform of the court system is even longer overdue. Anon is either totally ignorant of the American legal system and hit human-warehousing sites, or is employed within that system. For those many who are not aware of reality, America with fewer than 250 million inhabitants, imprisons more people than India and China COMBINED, whose populations are compositely more than ten TIMES that of the U$. Don’t try to tell me that Americans are ten times more criminally minded than other countries.

    • Replies: @bruce county
  90. @anarchyst

    I believe it was Sun Tzu who stated: “Never interrupt your enemies when they are busy fighting with one another.” The litany of innocents murdered by police agencies over the last 30 years is a Res Ipsa Loquitur moment: Ruby Ridge; Waco; Daniel Shaver; LaVoy Finicum; Breonna Taylor; the couple in Houston, Tx; Jose Guarena-Pima Co, AZ; the rancher in Adams Co, ID; etc. John Whitehead’s website has the complete list of victims. Joseph Farah used to write about it on the WND webiste.
    The Normies, Sheeple, Cucks, and other Dead Elephant Party-remoras wring their hands about this latest attempted murder of the two LASO Deputies. They are clueless. No one forces anyone to become a cop. They are aware of the risks and are trained extensively in situational awareness and officer survival techniques.
    FWIW, I did 30+ years as a Peace Officer in SoCal. We used to be called public servants and were trained as such. The Reagan/Bush/Clinton/CIA-contrived “War on Drugs” changed all that. Cops were trained that: “…it’s us versus them.” They were militarized and isolated from the communities they were supposed to serve. The rest is history. Amerika is melting down according to (((The Plan))). Deal with it.

    • Thanks: anarchyst
  91. @anarchyst

    Overall, an excellent, informed and comprehensive analysis. Thank you.

  92. Trinity says:

    (((BLM/Antifa))) will riot REGARDLESS IF TRUMP OR BIDEN WINS, WAKE THE FUCK UP, PEOPLE.

    Whether (((demshevik))) or (((republiCANT))), IF “our” leaders WERE LEGIT, regardless of political stripe, THEY WOULD AND COULD PUT A STOP TO THIS INSANITY, AND DON’T THINK THEY DON’T KNOW WHO IS (((FUNDING THIS WHOLE COUP.))) Hell, everyone and their sister knows at least one name LINKED to funding these riots out there and my guess is that person is just the beginning of a whole list of names.

    Btw, NOTICE HOW THE GHISLANE MAXWELL STORY HAS ALL BUT DISAPPEARED NOW??? These riots and police shootings have a way of doing things like that. Ask yourself this question. IF this were the Hells Angels out there rioting and killing cops do you think law enforcement would use RICO laws to arrest the whole group of the unwashed biker outlaws? It could be gangs of Girl Scouts pissed off because of bad cookie sales burning, attacking and looting and you can bet those people in charge would have no problem arresting some little Cindy Brady doppelganger for rioting and vandalism. Get real, this shit is straight out of the WWE, only unlike the WWE, the violence is real and not scripted. Well, it is scripted in that it is all PLANNED OUT.

    Hey, maybe it is the Nazis behind these riots, folks? Maybe Hitler is still alive. smdh

  93. VICB3 says:
    @profnasty

    I’ve long maintained that what you’re seeing in all this Black vs The Police conflict is the result of one dysfunctional (and privileged) subculture going head-to-head with another. Everybody points a finger at the former, but rarely discusses the failings of the latter in any cogent manner, Radley Balko being an exception that comes readily to mind.

    Your make a number of excellent points. You may wish to consider the following additions:

    -No cop under, say, 30 years old. Let them get a little life experience and maturity, , as well as being not so amped up on testosterone as a twenty-something. Plus having had, in theory, a ‘real life job’ earlier, they’ll be better able to understand the people they serve.

    -Hire smarter ones, with, say, a 110 minimum I.Q. As it stands now, the smarter ones are discriminated against, the idea being that they will become bored with the job. The result is that you have stupid cops doing stupid things.

    -All cops have a 4 year degree from a real college/university, and not in something in something like ‘Police Science’ or anything that ends with the word ‘Studies’. You want cops that think and are educated.

    -No hires directly out of the Military. Mandatory 5 year cooling off period. Combat skills and mindset work well on the battlefield, but can prove a disaster in civilian life. Let them unlearn what are now bad habits.

    -Change the vocabulary. For example, don’t refer to the Public as ‘Civilians’. Mr. Policeman, I have news for you: You’re a ‘Civilian’ too, and if you don’t think so, just try barging you way onto a military base.

    -For that matter, get rid of the paramilitary training regimes at the various police academies. This is the police not the military. And just because Chief Parker thought it was cool to run a boot camp doesn’t make the police department any more effective.

    -Get rid of SWAT. Period. It’s way overused, and only reinforces the us vs them mindset.

    -Ditto all the military surplus cop toys. Esp. the freebies. Having, say, you own tank might might be great fun if you’re a 8 year old, but it’s both puerile and dangerous if, like SWAT you have to justify it by (over) using it for every little thing. If the department ‘must’ have these items, then let them buy them new, paying full rate, from the manufacturer. (Most of them won’t.)

    -Ditto again to faux military Delta Force wannabe get-ups that pass for uniforms nowadays. If you want to play army, then go join the army. Quit looking like you’d rather be a soldier.

    -Cops live where they work. No living away from the job in a distant ‘Copland’ where they’re isolated from the day to day realities of the people they serve. Friends and neighbours support each other, and if the cop lives in ‘his’ neighbourhood, then he become a friend and neighbour too.

    -Get out of the fucking car and walk around. Get to know the people where you work. Get on a first name basis with them. Get to like them. Let them get to like and trust you.

    You can go on and on with this stuff. But really, we’re talking about a return to the policing of Sir Robert Peel, where the cops were a moral force and not an occupying power. Sort of like, as you point out, a Sheriff Andy (or DCI Barnaby) where the job got done without everybody coming to hate their guts.

    Again, good points made, one hopes all the above adds to them.

    Just a thought.

    VicB3

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Exile
  94. Fred777 says:
    @JohnPlywood

    And now we know where the phrase “dumber than plywood” originated.

    • Agree: bruce county
  95. “Trump has allowed the violent protests to continue for months because it is helping him politically in the 2020 election.”

    the long and the short of it. and why i probably won’t vote for Trump in November, along with other Trump behaviors. i’m gonna vote for the other Republicans on the ballot in my state, but that’s probably it for me and Trump.

    another 4 years of Trump and company just isn’t going to change things enough, and most of the bad stuff is going to happen anyways, even with him in office. and i’m tired of him and his family. why help these people, when you pretty much get the Democrat agenda anyway.

    i don’t regret voting for Trump the first time, as stated before, and i’m glad he was elected in 16. but that’s enough of him. before this summer, i still planned to vote for him. but probably not now. this guy is worse than useless. his election-year-only red meat for rubes initiatives are particularly annoying.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  96. over time, all the talk and rumors for years about Kushner largely being in control of a lot of stuff, seems to have been true.

    wow. talk about the ultimate lesson in how just one single jew in the mix can ruin everything. of course the buck stops with Trump. no excuses for him here. but my goodness. Kushner alone, and Miller to a lesser extent, was all it took to completely sink the entire administration.

    there’s never been a clearer example of an iron clad, no exceptions rule to follow in political movements. NO JEWS, PERIOD. maybe they can be citizens, but under no circumstances ever, can they be part of the political actors. the danger they pose to europeans is astronomical.

  97. To take a contrarian view, that this happened to two LACS deputies is hardly surprising. Indeed, the only surprise is that the virulent hatred and vitriol has taken this long to manifest itself publicly. The L.A. County Sherriff’s office has been notorious for decades for its corruption and malfeasance and LACSD deputies have a well-earned reputation among all citizen demographic groups for being badged gangsters. It would appear that the Deep State’s strategy of “let anarcho-nihilism reign in the streets so that the battered sheeple welcome the badged thugs back with open arms” was badly miscalculated.

    • Replies: @Alden
  98. @roonaldo

    But wait … theres more… If you call in the next 10 minutes you also get…

    • LOL: roonaldo
  99. Trinity says:
    @yurivku

    You probably live in Tel Aviv or NYC, Shlomo, but hey, you might live in Russia but you aren’t Russian. You are about as Russian as Roman Polanski or Woody Allen. Oh, IF you are in Tel Aviv, how is the weather there, Shlomo? Mozel Tov and Hava Nagila to you as well, bagel boy.

    • Replies: @yurivku
    , @yurivku
  100. @Anonymous

    The police exist solely to protect the government and to generate revenue for the government. They do not exist to protect citizens , “the public will” or “civic norms”. For the past several decades they most assuredly have been living by the sword.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  101. @Majority of One

    America with fewer than 250 million inhabitants,

    When was the last time you followed American history. Obviously 80 million people ago.

    Don’t try to tell me that Americans are ten times more criminally minded than other countries.

    American blacks are the most violent species on the planet. They are a cancerous parasite.
    America hasn’t failed blacks. Blacks have failed America.

  102. @Mefobills

    Today’s sheriffs don’t understand they have unique constitutional power.

    Article and Section of the US Constitution that mentions sheriffs or local law enforcement? Yes, sheriffs are given power under state constitutions, but each state can change that at any time they so choose.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  103. KenH says:
    @anarchyst

    When a cop, having criminal intent, wanting to shoot someone, can shoot a citizen for being unable to crawl with his hands behind his back, be acquitted in court,

    The cop got acquitted because Daniel Shaver was white. White lives don’t matter in the Jewish run plantation of America. If Shaver was black there likely would have been an different outcome for the psycho cop.

    In June Ryan Whitaker was shot and killed simply opening the door with a gun but it was not pointed at the officer outside the door. It was late at night so it’s understandable why Whitaker was armed. From the video the cop is screaming at Whitaker to drop the gun and get on the ground and it appears that as Whitaker is trying to comply the cop pumps two slugs in him anyway while his partner tells Whitaker’s crying girlfriend that Whitaker was to blame.

    Whitaker had white skin so his life does not matter to our Jewish overlords and he won’t receive any justice.

  104. @gotmituns

    Black or white it doesn’t matter about staying within the law. Law enforcement today in the USA is out of control. The LEOs exist solely to put people into the system. It doesn’t matter if you are black or white. You are prey to them. Your life does not matter to them. All a LEO cares about is serving his government masters and collecting his bloated paycheck and platinum benefits.

  105. @Astuteobservor II

    There’s a few of them here at UNZ.

  106. Alden says:
    @Majority of One

    I agree that there were excellent reasons for American citizens to protest against Wilson’s being blackmailed by Sam Untermeyer into WW1

    But the Palmer raids occurred after the war.

    The Palmer raids went after Russian immigrants , not citizens, who were trying to foment a soviet style revolution, not to protest a war was already ended. The Palmer raids removed revolutionary communist Jewish immigrants planning a revolution.

    Hungary. Austria Czechoslovakia. Bulgaria Germany, especially Munich communist Jewish revolutions occurred after the war in all those countries after the war. Not in Poland. The new Polish government got rid of the communists before they had a chance to organize.

    America, like Poland, got rid of the Jewish communists and prevented a communist revolution

    Don’t believe the Jewish propaganda that a country has no right to deport non citizen newly arrived immigrants and visitors who entered the country specifically to lead a revolution and conquer the country.

    The communist revolutions in Europe were all put down except in Russia where the Jews succeeded.

    An Italian communist, Gramisci came up with a better idea. Instead of a violent revolution that may or not succeed, place communists in the media and press, colleges especially the law schools, high and elementary schools, the churches, entertainment, government jobs, business organizations, labor organizations, women’s clubs, hunting fishing environment sports for kids, amateur and professional every organization especially the judiciary.

    It might take a few decades but it’s sure to win, unlike violent revolutions which often are suppressed. Granisci’s slowly take over and control the institution methods work when violent revolutions fail.

    • Replies: @Robjil
  107. @Bill

    Generals don’t want to use troops in this case because the Generals are tools of the Deep State, i.e., the puppeteers of the current revolutionaries. They’re not about to take action against their allies in disobedience of (((the bosses))). Let patriots on the Right flood the streets in armed defense of their communities, however, and those treasonous mercenary bastards couldn’t invoke martial law fast enough.

    A whole lotta brass are gonna stretch a whole lotta rope once TSHTF.

  108. Trinity says:

    IF Trump and the (((republicants))) wanted to save this country and control the White House, the Senate and the House for years to come, they would have done their damn level best to squash BLM and Antifa from destroying millions upon millions of dollars worth of property, killing, assaulting and raping innocent people, etc.

    WHY would an American President disregard human lives and American cities for the purpose of some “4D chess move” to win an election. This is just one more example of republiCANTS being utterly USELESS when it comes to the rights of their largest constituent, the White working class. In the end, the White working class can’t depend on republiCANTS and the demsheviks are pretty damn open about how they HATE Whites. I don’t see voting your way out of this mess unless someone with a lot more brains and guts than Trump comes along, someone who won’t fill his or her cabinet full of Jews for instance. Voting for Trump bides the White working class more time if nothing else, voting for Biden is voting for Jew Sanders, Black racists Caramel Harris and Obama, etc. Biden will be off in the back room, eating banana pudding and drooling on his shirt while Soros and his minions run America.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  109. Alden says:
    @JohnPlywood

    Standard Jewish accusations against Trump claiming he’s a Russian spy. You copied your comment right out of the local Jewish community paper didn’t you?

  110. @Beavertales

    That’s exactly what’s happening. The good news is that more and more people are waking up to this reality. Not nearly enough, but every step of progress is a good thing.

  111. @bruce county

    Sorry, Biden win, even apart of his progressing dementia, would be the death knell of the US. Dems repeatedly publicly supported BLM and Antifa bandits. So, Biden win is the win of the bandits. For all its faults, the US deserves better.

    • Agree: Rich
  112. Alden says:
    @mocissepvis

    The La sheriffs who patrol White Hispanic and Asian communities like Malibu etc are well regarded by the locals who are perfectly content with the LASD. Because the White Hispanic and Asian communities are peaceful and law abiding and civilized. Contrast that to black towns from 90% welfare towns to well paid affirmative action government employee black suburbs.

    Mega rich to welfare town, it’s only the black towns that are crime ridden hell holes where the criminals are defended and admired by the local blacks.

  113. Anonymous[339] • Disclaimer says:

    Finally, an article that takes a realistic look at the strategic situation. About time.

    I’d like to add another consideration to one of the strategic perspectives given —

    There is nothing that any of us can do to stop the inevitable trainwreck. It is definitely not in our interest to insert ourselves into this shitshow. As the pace of events continues to accelerate, it is changing attitudes. By staying out of the picture, we have gained more ground than we ever could by activism.

    Agree. I started work on not being where the roof was going to be falling in over 2 years ago, and I’m not finished yet. Start now, too late. See if you can find somebody to take you in.

    The explanation is this: antiracism has brought about this Crisis. It is why America will lose control of its cities which will descend into anarchy. The reconquest of the cities by the government and crushing the leftwing insurgency will necessarily be a fight against antiracism and anarchism.

    “antiracism has brought about this Crisis.” Quite so, see
    Christopher Caldwell, The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties , January 21, 2020. The 1964 Civil Rights Act (CRA), which is the legal basis of antiracism, voided large parts of the Constitution and the Common Law, and is the reason why corporations donate to BLM and hire BIPOC element. Legally, they have to, and if they don’t, they lose even more money from lawsuits. Part of ending this crisis will be the elimination of the CRA.

    However, there is a very large part of the situation you’ve left out.
    The 1964 CRA was sold as a civil rights law, but has never functioned as a civil right law. Instead, it has been interpreted as requiring funding for city welfare bureaucracies and political organizations. It was coupled with an immigration act in 1965 that enabled cities to build vote farms of arbitrary size, presumably so that the 1964 CRA could never by overturned. At about the same time, a series of laws were passed that required the Federal Government to pay for the welfare programs that the 1964 CRA made mandatory.
    In short, the 1965 and accompanying legislation funneled immense amounts of money into cities. A very crude calculation of services needed vs. Federal taxes paid by ethnic blocks shows that the welfare populations are now costing about 0.8 trillion dollars/year.

    Unfortunately, the Federal funding plan never gave quite enough money to maintain the cities. The cities had historically depended on natural monopolies in cargo handling/cargo transshipment/local marketing/manufacturing, and containerization plus electronics had moved these activities to the countryside. By the late 1960s, NYC was in serious financial trouble, culminating in near-bankruptcy and inability to meet city payroll by 1975. The Federal Government essentially gave NYC enough money to continue operations (https://www.barrypopik.com/index.php/new_york_city/entry/big_mac_municipal_assistance_corporation).

    The cities had an Indian Summer after 1975 (See: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/smartest-money-left-nyc-decade-ago-why-jerry-james-are-both-wrong), from Federal intervention in the financial markets, but that ended in 2008. Now the cities are poor again.

    And that’s the point: The cities have no economic base, and aren’t going to get one. The cities are going to shrink and disappear. They are a bottomless and very wide quagmire. Brad Griffin’s advice to steer clear of them is not only excellent advice, it is mandatory. The Federal Government has been trying to “save the cities” ever since the WW II coalition (New Deal, Corporations) was reduced by infighting to the Big City Political Machines. That’s over 70 years!!! All the Feds have accomplished is the destruction of their own legitimacy and the displacement of rule of the permanent government by rule of Pres. Donald Trump. Anybody who interacts with the big cities will be dragged under by the big cities. Please remember that.

    Somewhat OT, Pres. Trump’s promise to restore order to cities can’t be kept.

    He has to try, and can profitably roll up Antifa and BLM, but the cities are going down, the only thing one can say about them, militarily, is that concrete eats troops.

    Sometimes you wonder about a merciful God.

  114. @JohnPlywood

    whose policies only helped the people he insulted (blacks and Mexicans)

    Exactly how did he insult the “blacks and Mexicans”?

  115. For more than a century, America has been waging wars around the world without any blowback, just some dumbfucks (black and white) and paying the price. I, for one am keeping my fingers crossed that the violence in America doesn’t abate. It’s time to see the homeland, protected by the Atlantic and the Pacific, taste some of what they have been dishing out to others.
    The USA was tolerable even when it indulged is surreptitious colonialism i.e. Hawaii, Philippines, Panama, etc. But after being usurped by the Ziocons and banksters, this is endangering us all. It’s better for all of us if the USA goes down in flames than infesting us all with their parasitic fleas.

  116. @Alden

    A few questions to think about:
    If you watch the video, you can see it is from a hand-held device by the way it moves. So not a surveillance video. Where did it come from? Who was video-taping a police car in an empty street?
    Why is the quality so bad? Do your phone movies look like this?
    In the picture under title, the shooter is clearly aiming at the passenger’s head. What are the chances of shooting two people in the head and not killing them?
    Typically in these hoaxes, the victims show up on TV eventually with no visible wounds and no scars. I predict this occurs here.

    • Replies: @Alden
  117. SMK says: • Website
    @Redman

    She? “No male could have this view and ever succeed.” Shadi Hamid is a man, an assimilated left-wing Muslim with a doctorate from Oxford and he couldn’t be more successful. Read about him at wikepedia.com. It doesn’t say if he was born in the UK or moved there from an Islamic country.

    Another misogynist at Unz.com who hoped and assumed Hamid was a woman, with no facts or research, to confirm and justify his hatred of women only to expose his ignorance and predilections.

    • Replies: @Alden
  118. Haole2 says:
    @anarchyst

    I like 20 And 21.

    17, There shouldn’t be restrictions on arms for civilians so, the cops should have B -52s if they want.

    Even libertarians don’t want to abolish the police. The police have to be stronger than the criminals or us libertarians can’t horde gold and grow gardens and tell you to fuck off and leave us alone. All that libertarian posing needs cops.

  119. @anarchyst

    Lucrative union “collective bargaining agreements” that shield “bad” cops from having their disciplinary records revealed or scrutinized, union lawyers who “cover up” misbehavior and cop-friendly prosecutors who always take the cop’s side are a major problem as well, although the release of “bad” cop records is starting to be recognized as a way to reign in “bad” cops.

    Aside from the diatribe about “all cops” being corrupt, the above paragraph demonstrates how little you know about real life.
    No one puts a gun to the head of and employer and says sign here, for any collective agreement. There are plenty of things in collective agreements that each party does not like, but agrees to in order to arrive at a collective agreement.
    Police are subject to the same employment laws as any other citizen. Union lawyers do not cover up anything, they do the job that any lawyer is required to do, protect the interests of their client – the union. A union is obligated, by law – the duty of fair representation – to defend the rights of a member under the collective agreement and employment law. They are not obligated to represent a member who has committed a criminal act. While you rant about releasing employment records of police, you are, I suspect, one of those hypocrites that would never be prepared to have your employer release yours. Mis-behavior, including disciplinary records are covered under employment law, and the collective agreement, not criminal law or your curiosity desires. Discipline can be administered for many performance issues, such as telling a supervisor that a policy is bullshit, that have nothing to do with the actual performance of an employee on the job.
    If there are cop friendly prosecutors, blame the prosecutors for not doing his or her job, not the cop. If you think a prosecutor is not doing his or her job, complain to his or her superior to point it out, and demand action.
    If a jury has acquitted a cop, why do you blame the cop? The cop didn’t get to vote on the jury. The issue is what law was broken, what was the evidence, and did the prosecutor prove, beyond a reasonable doubt. If legislators need to revise laws to close loopholes then do that, as they were the ones that put loophole in place.
    The issue you seem to ignore is that it is not the cop on the street that has militarized the police, it is the politicians. I have been acquainted with many police officers in my life, and , by and large, they are like anyone else, with the odd exception. Most don’t like the militarization. The personality sought for cops, is one of someone who can take control of a situation. That offends many people, particularly those who are used to being in control, or those who don’t like being told what to do. I’m not suggesting that there are no bad cops, there are, just as there are bad doctors, accountants, and store clerks. It’s the nature of employment in any organization of any size. The vast majority of employees show up for work wanting to do a good job, that includes police. While they are at work, they are subject to the policies and procedures of the employer.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  120. @ThreeCranes

    Yes, that was my second thought after the initial disbelief at the grainy 1970’s “Big Foot sighting” quality of the video. The perp does indeed look like a midget and runs funny, funny like… “Little Big Foot?” 

    The hunt and sequel begins!

  121. Salcio says:

    If somebody has guts to shoot two police officers in daylight – do you think that you and your family are safe?
    This is not about voting democrats vs republicans.
    The problem is that criminals in this country were empowered by media
    for political reasons,
    We are to believe that poverty and high crime rates in african-american community is our fault.
    Anybody who calls for a reason, anybody who quotes crime statistics is labeled racist.
    It is really scary, it is like living in Orwell’s 1984 world.

    • Replies: @Dr.C. Fhandrich
  122. @Mefobills

    There were no Jews in England prior to the Norman conquest, at least, none with any authority. The Jews came with the conquest as tax harvesters. The Church forbade usury, and by not handling money, the Kings absolved themselves of any charges of usury.
    Magna Carta was, indeed, about usury, but King John was working hand in glove with his tax harvesters. Most of the land seized by the money-lenders/harvesters was on death of the land owner, thereby disinheriting widows and children. Most of that land ended up in King John’s hands for the value of the debt, not its actual value. The barons saw the scam, formed private armies, and confronted the King.
    While the Edict of Expulsion allegedly primarily about usury, there were many complaints about Jewish ritual sacrifice, (Saint) Hugh of Lincoln in 1255 being the most famous. The common folk were getting riled, and had to be appeased. It should be noted that the Jews left with all of their property when expelled, and the Edict also declared no harm should come to them on their way out.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
    , @FoSquare
  123. Rich says:
    @anarchyst

    If the majority of recommendation you’ve listed were followed, our society would look like a dystopian version of Brazil. Imagine only executing warrants during the day, as if criminals wouldn’t easily hide out. No SWAT teams? What happens when a heavily armed gang seizes control of property? No lying during interrogation would lead to more criminals being released. That would include rapists, murderers and gangsters. Most body cam footage has shown the darker skin and craziness of the criminals cops usually deal with, so much so that black politicos are now calling for body cam footage not to be released. No undercover vehicles would limit the ability of police to capture villains creating mayhem in the streets. Outlawing weapons does little to keep those weapons out of the hands of people determined to get them. Officer Scott Gadell was murdered while reloading his revolver when the suspect with 9mm was able to walk up to him and shoot him dead. The best example for a reason not to legalize drugs is the China that existed when opium was legal and the serious damage it did to that country. Drugs are seriously addictive and if legal would lead to people who would otherwise never use them becoming addicted. Too many ruined lives.

    In short, your solutions sound like the ruminations of a pot smoking college junior whose family pays his bills and who believes his trust fund will never run out. Not someone who’s ever lived near criminals and their victims.

    • Replies: @Avery
  124. @anarchyst

    2. Abolish police and all public sector unions
    3. Awards for misconduct to be disbursed from police pension funds

    What do unions have to do with the asshole politicians that write the policies and procedures the cops on the street have to follow?
    Awards for “misconduct”, presumably means civil law suits against the jurisdiction that employs the police. Those lawsuits are almost invariably about the policies and procedures of the organization, not criminal actions of an officer.
    Pension plans (funds) are funds that are highly regulated, and cannot be used for other purposes. While the plan sponsor owns the plan surplus, it does not own the fund. Should the employees at Ford or GM have their pensions raided to help the manufacturer pay the cost of law suits for design faults?

    The rest of your list is an antifa wet dream.
    In the real world, a police department cannot run like a fire department. Cops responding to calls from a centralized location en masse would be chaotic. I won’t go into the mayhem that would be happening on the streets.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  125. anarchyst says:
    @Curmudgeon

    Thank you for your concise analysis. However, I must stand by my statements.

    Public servants (including police officers) are just that and should not be covered under any “collective bargaining agreements”, especially when these “agreements” shield “bad” cops from scrutiny.

    Almost every “collective bargaining agreement” involving police departments shields disciplinary records from public scrutiny. THAT has to change. Police officers with disciplinary problems quite often sign on with another department if they are fired because disciplinary records are sealed. There is no way for the hiring police department to know if there are any disciplinary problems.

    In addition, police are given almost complete immunity and are not expected to be knowledgeable about any laws they are expected to enforce. The courts have seen to that. No public official should enjoy immunity for their actions.

    Many prosecutors are former police officers and will “go the extra mile” to see that those “on the same team” are treated “differently” and deferentially even to the point of quashing charges in many cases.

    A good example of this is the murder of Daniel Shaver by police officer Philip Brailsford. Intent to murder could be proven by the fact that Brailsford had the words “you’re f#cked” engraved on the dust cover of his AR-15. If an ordinary citizen had the same inscription engraved on his weapon, even in a true self-defense situation, the prosecutor would have a field day with it, and push for conviction. Double standard, you see.

    Jury intimidation is common in cases involving police officers. In most cases, prosecutors “look the other way” and ignore contact between police officers and jurors. It is not uncommon for police officers to “stack” the courtroom with uniformed police officers in order to send jurors a “message”. The standard police excuse for such behavior is that they are merely supporting their fellow officer.

    Parking a police car in front of a juror’s home is another tactic used to “encourage jurors to acquit…

    As to militarization, police officers LOVE the militarization. From the “new toys” to the training in “command and control israeli military tactics, the ability for SWAT teams to “smash things and terrorize occupants is a rush that they enjoy. This reinforces the “us vs. them” attitude that police officers have of us mere mundanes.

    Regards,

    • Agree: vot tak
  126. …justify his hatred of women only to expose his ignorance and predilections….

    you say “hate” like it is a bad thing.

  127. Rich says:
    @Army of the Potomac

    We desperately need another man like General Forrest. He stood strong for his people even after his army had been beaten, and protected the innocent from the rampages of the villainous. One of the greats.

  128. anarchyst says:
    @follyofwar

    You are correct. Andy or Barney would not last 5 minutes in today’s cities. I was merely attempting to show an example of what the perception of true “peace officers” used to be like.
    Regards,

  129. jsinton says:

    Trump has allowed the violent protests to continue for months because it is helping him politically in the 2020 election.

    False interpretation. Media, Intelligence alphabets, Dems, corporations have engineered a hail-mary play because Muellergate, Impeachment Scam, Planned demic and White Lives Don’t Matter have turned into political disasters. It was hoped that Trump would jump the shark and declare Martial Law under the Insurrection act such that the Empire could blame Trump once again for bullchit. Trump proved crazy like a fox once again and has resisted the bait. He may well ride the mayhem to an overwhelming victory that will be hard to challenge, although they will try.

  130. Alden says:
    @VICB3

    “ Live where they work?” Back 40 years ago before the Hispanic invasion when Los Angeles had a black mayor and police chief, LA police officers were actually offered free, totally refurbished up to code homes in S Central and Watts if they would live in those houses in black neighborhoods.

    The homes weren’t shabby tiny bungalows. They were 2-3,000 sq ft really nice houses built in the 1910-1940 when Whites lived in them.

    No blacks took up the offer, not one. Bradley, the Black Jewish leftist front Mayor really pushed the program to bachelor men black officers, not one took him up on the offer, not one.

    Every heard of the southeast part of Chicago, Harlem NYC Fillmore Divisadero San Francisco? All originally beautiful homes built for the wealthy.

    All turned into crime ridden hellholes when the blacks invaded.

    It’s not the magic houses. It’s who lives in then that makes a neighborhood what it is.

    Best example is Fillmore Divisadero San Francisco. 1880-1940 White and Japanese mostly White. War case, jews bought the houses of the Japanese and filled them with black shipyard workers brought up from the south. The black tenants went in the usual rampage. Many Whites moved out during the war.

    The rest left after the war for the outer Sunset, Daly City and the suburbs.

    By 1950 Fillmore was one of the worst ghettoes in the country. It’s only industries were illegal gambling, the worst kind of prostitution and fencing stolen goods.

    Miles of beautiful homes, everything from 2 bedroom 2 flats to real mansions on upper Divisadero, convenient to downtown jobs, many parks and other amenities.

    1975 gay White men began taking back Fillmore house by house block. Soon Whites with no kids yet we’re buying in lower Pacific Heights. For a good 25 years, lower Pacific Heights had no buyers because conventional wisdom was once “they “ cross California st, it’s all over.

    It’s not the houses freeways amenities police schools whatever that makes a neighborhood.
    Blacks destroy every neighborhood, whether it’s a brand new suburb like Pittsburgh Ca or a neighborhood with 2 and 3 acre lots with 20 room mansions just a 20 minute subway ride from downtown jobs like the notorious Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    , @VICB3
  131. anarchyst says:
    @follyofwar

    Don’t forget that most of the generals in office today were appointed by the 0’bama and are merely “yes men” for their particular (democRAT) political persuasion, even though officially they are prohibited from expressing a political affiliation.
    The military can be divided into two factions-true military men who are the rank of colonel and below, and political hacks who are generals and above.
    This is not to say that there are no good general staffs out there, but generals ARE more akin to politicians than military men.

  132. @Salcio

    Wrong!! This is definitely about today’s Democratic party leadership including the U.S. establishment media that violent groups have the sympathy of. Give me a break.

  133. Avery says:
    @Rich

    Right.

    A microcosm of that experiment was tried just recently in Portland, New York city, and many other cities.

    No police presence has resulted in dramatic increases of all crimes, including murders.
    Who are you (generic you), as a private citizen, going to call when a gang descends on your middle-class street and starts terrorizing everybody?

    And if anyone believes they can kill people threatening them and live happily ever after: well, that’s just dreaming, (except in some rare states and some rare (lucky) circumstances)
    Even if you are found not guilty by a criminal court, – while you spent any wealth you had accumulated on attorneys, – you’ll get sued in civil court and lose most of the rest of your middle-class wealth defending yourself.

    If cops can get charged with murder for shooting a guy who fired a Taser* at the head of one of them, what chance does a private citizen have against the unlimited resources of the State?
    Those guys that Kyle Rittenhouse killed in self-defense were clearly trying to murder him, yet he has been charged with murder.

    The whole thing is a mess with no solution in site.

    ________________________________
    * The DA who charged the cops with murder had publicly stated on a previous occasion that he considers the Taser a deadly weapon (!)

  134. Alden says:

    Both sheriff dept and MTA said the video was taken with a fish eye lens and the film of the shooter is distorted. So much for him being a midget or child

    Perfect for the Soros funded defense attorney if he’s ever caught.

  135. ..damage it did to that country. Drugs are seriously addictive and if legal would lead to people who would otherwise never use them becoming addicted. Too many ruined lives….

    this is a satanic lie.

  136. Alden says:
    @ThreeCranes

    Both sheriff dept and MTA states video was taken with a fisheye lens that distorted the film of the shooter.

  137. Quite true. For a long while I had been calling the Flag rankers “brown-noses.” Close,but no cigar. The more apt term would be brass-noses, an extension of brass-hats. The majority (apparently) of the Pentagonese are careerists and really do not give a shivering shit for their oath of office to the Constitution and Bill of Rights or they would long ago have taken much of the Di$trict of Corruption into custody as traitors.

    Careerists are in it for themselves. Period. The obscenely obese WarDefense industry is far and away the most lucrative part of the American economy. Total shame. But the Brassnoses don’t see it that way. They are offered golden parachutes by that selfsame WarDefense industry and are happy to gobble up the gravy with their pork chops. Many of these shameless excuses for Americans become lobbyists for the killing game. In doing so they have done their bit to bring down this ruptured republic and the legacy of Abraham Lincoln who described the republic as “government of the people, by the people and for the people.”

    Colonels ambitions get pumped up by knowledge that they are on the escalator list for advancement to flag rank. So some of them are highly suspect as well. You almost need to get downank to Lt. Colonels, Majors and Captains to find the actual patriots who have not yet been weeded out by the insiders inside the Pentagram. Many lifer NCO’s are good people and tend towards patriotism, even if all too often, of an uninformed variety, being swayed by the mass media of mesmerization and mind-control. Im wondering whether many of them might not be disabused of the military chains of command by the current riots in our major cities.

    Much the same as is happening in the Army may well be the case in the Navy and especially the Marine Corps, particularly if the words of the legendary greatest Marine ever, General Smedly Butler, are still read and heeded. IMHO the Airfarce is essentially a lost cause, due to their questionable history beginning in WWII with Bomber Command and then leaders like Curtis LeMay and the egregious Lyman Lemnitzer, a connected Jew who never should have been able to rank up. Lemnitzer was almost certainly one of the many traitors implicated in the CIA assassination of JFK.

    • Replies: @gotmituns
  138. Larry says:

    No mention of Jews in the article… unequivocal proof that there are Jews behind it.

  139. @anarchyst

    You definitely have. them pegged, right down to the wire.

    The prosticutors are in bed with the cops and go out of their way to either let police off by means of one legalistic mechanism or another. Also, if a citizen stands up to the enforcement racketeers and is hauled into court on questionable charges, most prosticutors, particularly at the federal district court level; those who once were there “to protect or to serve” are consistently enabled to get by with “to harass and to intimidate.”

    Now the bitch prosticutor from California stands to become president shortly after Biden is officially declared to be unable to continue in office due to a “sudden and unexpected decline in his mental faculties”. Should the democraps win in November—or several weeks later due to questionable mail-in ballots–my expectation is that to make things look to be on the up and up, Biden would be allowed by his handlers to occupy the Oval Orfice for three to five months before the descendant of slavemasters slithers into that position, thanks to sleeping her way onto the ladder of advancement up the political scrotum-pole.

    • Agree: anarchyst
  140. anarchyst says:
    @Curmudgeon

    It is almost impossible to sue an individual police officer for his actions.
    “Qualified immunity” sets the bar so high that the only way to initiate a lawsuit is to do so on “civil-rights” grounds. Not only is “deprivation of civil-rights” difficult to prove, the complainant has to PROVE that the individual police officer was AWARE that he was depriving someone of their “civil-rights”, a high bar indeed.
    Municipalities do pay out large awards out of public coffers and their insurance companies in order to get rid of the “bad publicity” that these cases bring.
    Police departments CAN be run like fire departments, dispatching officers upon request–not trolling and looking for (nonexistent) trouble.
    Since most large municipalities already have multiple police stations such a change would not be a problem.
    Regards,

    • Replies: @Avery
  141. Mefobills says:
    @Chris Mallory

    It is via the 10’th amendment: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

    (Sheriff’s represent their people). The word “delegated” is key.

    It is also by way of article 6:

    and all executive and judicial officers, both of the United States and of the several states, shall be bound by oath or affirmation, to support this Constitution;

    The only legal authority given over to the FED’s is 1) Treason 2) Felonies on the high seas 3) Counterfeiting 4) Protecting the Border 5) Treaties.

    This case confirmed the 10’th amendment rights of sheriffs to represent their people against the Feds.

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/95-1478.ZO.html

    Some local state governments are backsliding as you suggest.

    Mack discusses that at around 8 minutes in:

  142. @anon

    “After Trump gets re-elected…really allowed to go in and arrest…”

    Lol, you’re like a battered housewife-

    “He’ll be better this time.”

  143. @John Q Duped

    More concerned about OUR vehicles getting bulletproof glass.

  144. Mefobills says:
    @Curmudgeon

    It should be noted that the Jews left with all of their property when expelled, and the Edict also declared no harm should come to them on their way out.

    Thanks for excellent reply.

    They were also allowed to take their gold and silver coins, which caused the money supply to collapse.

  145. Anonymous[222] • Disclaimer says:
    @prime noticer

    If you think that harris will be any better you are fooling yourself, and if trump isn’t elected she will be.

  146. anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    One of the trained shooters, not holding the gun gangsta style. Foot placement, 2 hands. Bad attire, what type of shoes are those anyway? Almost looks like a woman by the size of the feet. And the shot of the back, hipps.

  147. @yurivku

    “You mericans never think of other people’s feelings, so why should I?”

    Ah babushka, but you ARE thinking of OUR feelings by means of smelling your fingers which we’re sure doodoo stink.

  148. Well here’s a little something to brighten up your day.

    Listen to this walking human excrement squeal like a bitch when it takes a rubber bullet to the privy parts…lol

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/black-lives-matter-rioter-lancaster-hit-balls-rubber-bullet-drops-ground-screams-agony-video/

    And the cherry on top is that this retarded monkey is now DAID.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/man-killed-lancaster-officer-involved-shooting-also-confronted-police-knife-stabbing-four-people-2019/

    Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah! Zip-a-dee-Yay!

  149. This will bring a new form of Jim Crow, where one will need a membership card to gain access to fortified shopping and entertainment districts.

  150. gotmituns says:
    @Majority of One

    questionable history beginning in WWII
    ————————————————
    Correct, our Air Force should be ashamed of themselves for what they did to German cities after the war was well decided. I can’t our guys took part in that disgraceful Dresden raid.

    • Agree: Druid55
    • Replies: @Majority of One
  151. Anonymous[339] • Disclaimer says:
    @Chris Mallory

    The police exist solely to protect the government and to generate revenue for the government. They do not exist to protect citizens , “the public will” or “civic norms”.

    That’s a “regime protective force”, not a police department. You could make a good case that the police forces servicing Black areas are really regime protective forces — which was my point, that in Black areas police are not attempting to enforce Black civic norms.

    Even in Black areas (or other BIPOC areas) the police do not rule by the sword. They couldn’t, there aren’t enough of them. Apparently, most of the Black, at least, BIPOCs regard the police as a service most of the time, and want the service increased. They also want what S. Sailor calls “the right not to be arrested if they don’t want to be.” and, apparently, no Blacks dead while interacting with police. That’s a long way from “ruling by the sword”.

    In some areas, regime protection forces exist and try to dominate. These are usually places that are considered ungovernable, megacities. There are also places where police exist, and even in these places one can find one’s self acting outside the local civic norms and subject to attention from the police. All I can say is avoid such places, and endeavor to stay within civic norms if you have police rather than regime protective forces.

    Speaking personally, I’ve had two different Southern Sheriffs save my life and my family’s lives on two different occasions, when they had no obligation to do so. That’s not the action of a regime protective force.

    So — that’s the guide to police. If you want to regard them as a regime protective force any place you go, well, I’d imagine you’re over 21 (although perhaps a bit credulous about the Party line), so do what you want.

    • Replies: @Chris Mallory
  152. Hibernian says:
    @Alden

    …or a neighborhood with 2 and 3 acre lots with 20 room mansions just a 20 minute subway ride from downtown jobs like the notorious Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago.

    I’ve often wondered what would happen to the mansions just a block or two or three east of me if my neighborhood, preserved by the University of Chicago since the late ’40s/early ’50s, were to go downhill, which is now seriously threatening to happen. There are a few mansions on Woodlawn Avenue which look like movie sets for a movie about the British upper crust. I think the smaller ones with not so much ground around them would be broken up into apartments. This happened to small patches of similar houses in other parts of Chicago. The larger ones would probably become institutional property of woke institutions. My condo, fortunately paid up, would severely decline in value. I don’t believe it will happen because the U of C is a powerful institution which long ago decided it wasn’t going to move out.

  153. lysias says:
    @Anonymous

    If half of Republican voters are not cowards, doesn’t that imply that the other half are cowards?

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  154. anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    Difficult to tell if that is someone with their underwear hanging out because their pants are too low or a white shirt coming out from a jacket under a jacket. Weather for the nights was in the 60’s for LA. Too bad the video is so bad. Can’t even tell what type of jacket almost looks like a winter jacket, one of those shiny material ones, where the rain rolls off, like a sports team jacket. Is that persons hair in a ponytail? I wonder if the gun is a 22. It’s nothing dirty harry would have.

  155. Robjil says:
    @Alden

    Sam Untermeyer at the same time as he was pushing for WWI, he took over American Protestantism with his funding to create the Zion- loving Scofield Bible. This Scofield/Untermeyer funded Zion uber alles “Bible” is still doing Zion voodoo magic for Zion.
    https://www.sott.net/article/373600-The-book-that-turned-Americas-Evangelicals-Zionist-The-Scofield-Bible

    Others have been even more explicit about the nature of Scofield’s service to the Zionist agenda. In “Unjust War Theory: Christian Zionism and the Road to Jerusalem,” Prof. David W. Lutz writes, “Untermeyer used Scofield, a Kansas City lawyer with no formal training in theology, to inject Zionist ideas into American Protestantism. Untermeyer and other wealthy and influential Zionists whom he introduced to Scofield promoted and funded the latter’s career, including travel in Europe.”

  156. VICB3 says:
    @anarchyst

    (Seems like this reply got posted to a different comment below. Mea culpa.)

    I’ve long maintained that what you’re seeing in all this Black vs The Police conflict is the result of one dysfunctional (and privileged) subculture going head-to-head with another. Everybody points a finger at the former, but rarely discusses the failings of the latter in any cogent manner, Radley Balko being an exception that comes readily to mind.

    Your make a number of excellent points. You may wish to consider the following additions:

    -No cop under, say, 30 years old. Let them get a little life experience and maturity, as well as being not so amped up on testosterone as a twenty-something. Plus having had, in theory, a ‘real life job’ earlier, they’ll be better able to understand the people they serve.

    -Hire smarter ones, with, say, a 110 minimum I.Q. As it stands now, the smarter ones are discriminated against, the idea being that they will become bored with the job. The result is that you have stupid cops doing stupid things.

    [MORE]

    -All cops have a 4 year degree from a real college/university, and not in something in something like ‘Police Science’ or anything that ends with the word ‘Studies’. You want cops that think and are educated.

    -No hires directly out of the Military. Mandatory 5 year cooling off period. Let the PTSD subside a bit. Combat skills and mindset work well on the battlefield, but can prove a disaster in civilian life. Let them unlearn what are now bad habits.

    -Change the vocabulary. For example, don’t refer to the Public as ‘Civilians’. Mr. Policeman, I have news for you: You’re a ‘Civilian’ too, and if you don’t think so, just try barging you way onto a military base.

    -For that matter, get rid of the paramilitary training regimes at the various police academies. This is the police not the military. And just because Chief Parker thought it was cool to run a boot camp doesn’t make the police department any more effective.

    -Get rid of SWAT. Period. It’s way overused, and only reinforces the us vs them mindset.

    -Ditto all the military surplus cop toys. Esp. the freebies. Having, say, you own tank might might be great fun if you’re an 8 year old, but it’s both puerile and dangerous if, like SWAT you have to justify it by (over) using it for every little thing. If the department ‘must’ have these items, then let them buy them new, paying full rate, from the manufacturer. (Most of them won’t.)

    -Ditto again to faux military, Delta Force wannabe get-ups that pass for uniforms nowadays. If you want to play army, then go join the army. Quit looking like you’d rather be a soldier.

    -Cops live where they work. No living away from the job in a distant ‘Copland’ where they’re isolated from the day to day realities of the people they serve. Friends and neighbours support each other, and if the cop lives in ‘his’ neighbourhood, then he become a friend and neighbour too.

    -Get out of the fucking car and walk around. Get to know the people where you work. Get on a first name basis with them. Get to like them. Let them get to like and trust you.

    You can go on and on with this stuff. But really, we’re talking about a return to the policing of Sir Robert Peel, where the cops were a moral force and not an occupying power. Sort of like, as you point out, a Sheriff Andy (or DCI Barnaby) where the job got done without everybody coming to hate their guts.

    Again, good points made, one hopes all the above adds to them.

    Just a thought.

    VicB3

    P.S. @Alden has pointed out that some of the above reforms – e.g. homing the police in the areas they patrol, have been tried before without success, highlighting the intransigence of Black Criminality and the overall dysfunction of Black subculture. Point taken. Still, it is overall I believe a correct concept, and would go a long way towards marginal areas declining further as well as aiding in the gentrification – really a good thing – of areas on the upswing.

    Likewise in middling or upscale areas, subsidizing a cop or two in the neighbourhood can stabilize the
    ‘safe neighbourhood’ status quo. For example, I know as fact that Palos Verdes Estates would lease its cops the various city owned houses – nice houses with views of the ocean and parklands – for no more that a few hundred bucks per month. Consequently, the cops and the residents got to know and trust each other, and turnover was very low.

  157. Anonymous[339] • Disclaimer says:
    @Trinity

    WHY would an American President disregard human lives and American cities

    Imagine what would have happened if Trump had sent in the National Guard or the 101st and the local Mayor or Governor has opposed his forces with their own. Couldn’t happen? Has happened to ICE for over a decade, has happened to the Federal Protective Service (FPS) people Trump did sent in. For the FPS people, the opposition was simply to let Antifa attack the Federal Courthouse uninterruptedly, and to threaten to arrest FPS people when they arrested Antifa.

    Want to start a Civil War? That would be one way to do it.

    Note that much of the country has been in active rebellion against the Federal since before former Pres. Obama was elected. I remember Texas and various other Southwestern States being told by the Judicial Branch that they could not enforce any immigration laws because that was an Executive responsibility. Under Obama, cities and States were told that they could block or refuse to cooperate with execution of the same Executive responsibility that had been so important and untouchable only a decade before. The Judicial Branch simply declared active rebellion legal.

    Well, OK. they declared active rebellion legal, and nobody noticed. If Pres. Trump had sent in troops to quell riots, and the city/State governors had told local resources (judicial and executive) to oppose those troops, everybody would have noticed.

    So, to speak very plainly, if you have to blame anybody, blame the accursed rebels, who are enemies of all humanity, and the corrupt Federal Judicial Branch that concealed the rebellion with a cloak of legal malpractice. Also, blame yourself for being a propagandist of the most transparent and corrupt sort.

  158. anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    So what was that person doing that he/she was walking around with a gun? Was that chance?
    A two minute police hate session was happening. It’s all making sense.

    “Kizzee was stopped by deputies for an alleged vehicle violation while he was riding his bicycle in the Westmont neighborhood of South L.A.

    He ran from deputies and they chased him on foot before they shot and killed him. The Sheriff’s Department said he had dropped a jacket and a gun fell out and he “made a motion” for the weapon. Family members say he was running away from deputies when he was shot.

    “They were met with deputies in full riot gear, prompting them to chant: “Why are you in riot gear? I don’t see no riot here.”
    https://ktla.com/news/local-news/hundreds-of-anti-racism-protesters-gather-in-south-l-a-to-decry-deputy-shooting-of-dijon-kizzee/

    Rather than anti-racism they should call it anti-white people. People of color please don’t interject as though it is anything but that. The only people they all hate are whites who don’t want to “be wif” a person of color, even if they have no intention of harming people the idea of a white not wanting to be with poc’s is the poison of society, their society. It’s okay if they don’t want to be with whites, just not the other way around. This is the Jewish playbook. They are all in this together.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  159. VICB3 says:
    @Alden

    Point taken, and thus highlighting the intransigence of the Black subculture. (That and a demographic fact of life (shocking when I first heard it, but true by observation): Jewish today, Black tomorrow.

    Still, it is overall I believe a correct concept, and would go a long way towards stopping marginal areas from declining further as well as aiding in the gentrification – really a good thing – of areas on the upswing.

    (West Hollywood – Boy’s Town – has a major Sheriffs station smack in the middle of the city, along with a huge community outreach as well as a cops that actually live in the city. Once a semi-slum, gays gentrified the place – they invariably bring up an area – and a cordial police presence really did help to nudge things along. Nobody minded it then, and to the best of my knowledge nobody minds it now.)

    Likewise in middling or upscale areas, subsidizing a cop or two in the neighbourhood can stabilize the ‘safe neighbourhood’ status quo. For example, I know as fact that Palos Verdes Estates would lease its cops the various city owned houses – nice houses with views of the ocean and parklands – for no more that two or three hundred bucks per month. Consequently, the cops and the residents got to know, trust and like each other, and turnover was very low. Imagine two driveways side by side, one with a Ferrari parked in one, and a cop motorcycle parked in the other, and you’ll have the right idea. And if you were a city resident, then you could damn near get away with murder. And if you weren’t, then the cops would nail you for spitting on the sidewalk. And PVE residents liked it like that. (With a few changes, it’s still that way.)

    Anyway, we can both agree I think that the concept is sound, but the demon is in the demographic details.

    Just a thought.

    VicB3

  160. Avery says:
    @anarchyst

    {It is almost impossible to sue an individual police officer for his actions.}

    Let’s say it wasn’t, i.e. police officers could be sued at-will just like the rest of us.
    Now the rest of us* don’t do things in our daily lives that constantly exposes us to lawsuits in civil court.

    But cops do: all day long they are at the ‘office’ (the street).

    Can you make a case where anyone who had anything to lose would become a police officer?
    They’d be bankrupt in no time.
    A perp would have no problem finding attorneys to sue cops all day long for any number of reasons.
    E.g. nobody likes to get pulled over, ticketed, detained, arrested – sometimes forcibly, if necessary.
    You’d be out of your mind to become a police officer if anybody and his brothers and sisters could personally sue you, and you’d have to spend your own funds to defend yourself in court, and if you lose, you lose everything – your house, your car, your savings,…..

    Again, can you make a case for anyone who is rational to become a police officer in that kind of legal environment ?

    _________________________________________________
    * E.g. if you are an employee of a corporation and you screw up – say a Ford Pinto bursting into flames, or 737MAX crashing killing hundreds of people – and people die, you don’t pay for it out of your pocket: the corporation does.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  161. anarchyst says:
    @Avery

    A person who “screws up” in a corporate environment usually get fired. Liability to individual employees can be assigned and lawsuits brought against them for malfeasance.
    Not so for cops.
    There are far too many cases where cops are given a pass, even when incontrovertible evidence of wrongdoing is presented.
    Most cops are well-paid and have excellent benefits and pension plans.
    Qualified immunity along with unions ARE a problem and needs to be reigned in if not abolished.
    Let’s compare two identical self-defense situations, a cop and an ordinary person…
    –The police officer will not be handcuffed or detained, will be afforded a union attorney, will not be immediately interrogated, but will have 72 hours in which to “get his story straight” and will be given a “paid vacation” until the situation is sorted out.
    –The ordinary citizen will be immediately arrested and handcuffed, taken to the station and be harshly interrogated, often by multiple cops who will attempt to “trip him up”. He will most likely be jailed until a hearing and will be required to post bail. If he is employed, he will most likely lose his job. There will be no “paid vacation”. Even if he is acquitted, the financial costs will be devastating.
    “Equal justice under law” is supposed to be “the law of the land”. It should apply to cops as well.

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  162. @Anonymous

    I am well over the age of 21. I have never needed or wanted a cop within 10 miles of me. No situation cannot be made worse by adding an armed government thug.

  163. Another reform we need in policing is to require EVERY LEO to give a DNA sample to a national database. The number of former serial killers that have turned out to be cops is growing every year. A database of these government employees would be a good way to solve many cold case crimes. After all, if the cops are innocent then they have nothing to hide.

    • Troll: Rich
  164. If you read the facts of Castle Rock v. Gonzales, 545 U.S. 748 (2005) and can still manage to get on your knees and felate the pigs, we live on different moral planets.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  165. anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    Not Jewish, not Somalian, or Muslim, just White, therefore I have less value. Ever since I was a kid, I was always told that I had no culture. Only people of color have culture and whites like me are devoid of it. They obviously weren’t and aren’t very well educated as to what constitutes culture.
    In white cultures it is not unusual for men and women to dance together.

    by contrast

    We also place value on different things
    https://nypost.com/2020/05/03/crowds-gather-to-buy-new-air-jordan-sneakers-in-atlanta-after-lockdown-lifted/

    We even shoot different guns, unless you found a pretender.
    “rom that hierarchy, a few patterns emerge. The city’s criminals, for instance, prefer semiautomatic pistols to revolvers and generally seek out cheap junk guns. What’s also notable is the type of gun that doesn’t appear among the top models seized. In 2014, Chicago police recovered only three assault weapons associated with criminal incidents. “Often there’s a misimpression about the importance of assault guns and assault weapons, and it’s important to point out how rare that is,” says Phillip Cook, an economist at Duke University who studies underground gun markets. “The guns being used in Chicago for crime and murder are by and large very ordinary pistols.”
    Smith & Wesson: Chicago’s top crime gun manufacturer

    In 2000, Smith & Wesson struck a “historic” deal with the Clinton Administration, agreeing to a stringent set of safety and distribution standards. For instance, the company would sell its products only to dealers who took steps to restrict the sale of guns to criminals.”
    https://www.thetrace.org/2016/01/chicago-crime-guns-chart/

    I couldn’t find what most white people own.

  166. do the cop felators know it is legally permissible to discriminate againt high iq individuals? thats right. sorry boy you are too smart too be on the force.

    i for got to add that to my list.

    P.S. I agree that duly elected sherrifs are the only peace officers of legitimate authority to bust heads

  167. @VICB3

    Excellent insights. I felt the 5 year waiting period for ex-military to be in line with some musing I have been doing on the general subject over the years. No more wartoys and no more glamorization of warrior cops. Every state legislature in the country should get this information, ditto city councils. Perhaps Ron Unz could feature a topical approach specific to the insightful suggestions you and others have made on this thread. Thank you for sharing

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  168. Thomasina says:
    @Mefobills

    Inflation is a slow-motion debt jubilee for those who bought a house ten years ago.

    Add to it the artificially suppressed/reduced mortgage rates, and you’ve got another slow-motion debt jubilee.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  169. Alden says:
    @SMK

    Thank you. So Rosie and I have another ally. Thanks again.

  170. @gotmituns

    The attacks on Hamburg, Dresden and most German cities was genocidal by intent. Churchill, who’s mother, Jenny Jerome, an American member of the Tribe, took a lot of instructions from professor Lindemann, another Tribal. The chain of command probably goes up to the Rothschild Crime Clan, arbiters of world highest finance and quite possibly clear on to what the Germans call the “Zugspitze”, the Sanhedrin elders who constitute the base for the entire “Chosen” charade.

    [MORE]

    When Hitler took over one of his first moves was to throw out the bankster-owned private central bank and all their greedy underlings and associates. That was the straw which broke the camel’s back, as the Bankster cartel does NOT enjoy having their little racket overthrown. The German economy and public morale went from dead-flat to booming in a matter of three or four years once their financial system was taken over by the nationalist state. Much like the late Muammar Gadhafi in Libya who was setting about to create a non-usurious financial system for all of Africa, the Germans were setting a bad example which other goys might emulate.

    So National Socialist Germany became the prime target of the Judeocracy and all the nations they controlled via their ownership of private central banking.

    During the 19th Century Germany under the great Otto Von Bismarck and even before his time, on a cultural level, that nation came into its own, featuring great poets, musicians, scholars, authors, philosophers, inventors and businessmen. At that time they were regarded as the most highly advanced and civilized nation on earth. That would not do, so far as the Judeocracy was concerned and by means of controlling perfidious Albion and the concupiscent French, the First World War was plotted out and concocted.

    By the time of the late ’30’s Lord Halifax and other servants of the bankster elite, conspired to draw the ever gullible Polish leadership into being guaranteed British and French backing when they set out to round up and often massacre their German minority. All of this was calculated by international highest finance to begin another world war. It worked. Hitler attempted to make peace with Britain and France after Germany and Stalinist Russia subdued the Poles. Nothing doing.

    A few British bomber raids upon defenseless German civilian populations in their cities soon drew retaliation and the Battle of Britain was on. Thus British strategy took to the air, particularly after Germany invaded the Soviet Union. This blood ritual continued on throughout the war under “Bomber” Harris, chief of Britain’s strategic Bomber Command. Once the U$ got dragged into the war by FDR’s scheming to get in via the back door by inducing the Japanese to attack Pearl Harbor, the U$ Airfarce under the leadership of “Hap” Arnold and “Tooey” Spaatz moved on in with B-17’s and B-24’s, assisting the Brits into pulverizing German cities by day as their allies were doing by night. Take a read of “Slaughterhouse-Five” by the great Kurt Vonnegut for some insider perspectives on the devastation of Dresden, a treasure of German art and architectural culture.

    Postwar, with the establishment of the Airfarce under the likes of bomber-happy Curtis LeMay and Lyman Lemnitzer (another Tribalist), the Arirfarce grew like a mushroom and soon sucked up the lion’s share of the “Defense” budget during the long-planned Cold War under the hapless accidental president, Hairy S. Truman, the Chief Executive who also assisted in the creation of the NSA, to spy on Americans as well as foreign lands; the CIA to ultimately become the inner secret government and in exchange for bags of hundred and thousand dollar bills for his campaign funding in ’48; Truman helped engineer the foundation of the Zionist $tate in Occupied Palestine.

    • Thanks: Robjil
    • Replies: @Hibernian
  171. @lysias

    If half of Republican voters are not cowards, doesn’t that imply that the other half are cowards?

    That’s too optimistic.

    Most Republican voters are indeed cowards.

    They don’t want to face the truth about race and stick to cowardly Con Inc narratives like “unions ruined schools for Blacks” and similar non-sense that is easily debunked.

    The GOP is led by cowardly boomers that want to live in some fantasy where MLK was a conservative and we would have racial harmony if not for Democrats. These are the same people that used to hold up a Black actor as a model for society until we found out he was a psychopathic serial rapist.

    • Replies: @Angharad
  172. Alden says:
    @Sparkylyle92

    The sheriff dept and the transportation dept claimed the video was taken with a fisheye lens. That’s why it was distorted. I can’t judge much about surveillance videos. The shooter looks extremely short and chunky barrel shaped. Also very hard to tell if it’s a man or woman.

    Maybe it’s a clever agent provocateur wearing some kind of theatrical padding chest to hip? I can’t judge one way or another. I’ll look at the video again. There are some short chubby young black men.

  173. @VICB3

    All cops have a 4 year degree from a real college/university, and not in something in something like ‘Police Science’

    There is no such thing as Police Science. The major is called Criminal Justice and it isn’t fluff degree.

    There aren’t enough qualified officers nationwide and you want to basically make all police have detective requirements. Ok I’ll just arbitrarily declare that nurses should all have Phds. Would be better for patients, right? Or maybe this is more complicated for economic reasons.

    In fact the trend has been to lower standards for non-White candidates.

    Cops live where they work. No living away from the job in a distant ‘Copland’ where they’re isolated from the day to day realities of the people they serve.

    Yes many cities are like Copland because they aren’t enough qualified minority candidates.

    Chicago wouldn’t have police if you enforced that rule.

    What is really amusing to me is that people like you list all these bullet points about what the police should do differently and nothing about Blacks. It’s really sad that White people will argue over what types of weapons police should be allowed as if they really want to be in an area carrying an AR-15. If anything police in areas should have bulletproof Humvees and automatic weapons. You are looking at the wrong end of the equation if you think the problem is with the police. The fact that ARs and body armor have become standard issue says something about society and not police tactics.

    If Black communities reduced their crime rates by 50% that would do far more than taking away AR-15s or making all police get a 4 year degree. Both liberals and libertarians seem to think that is impossible as seen by their obsession with the police. Black crime rates were actually lower before the 60s. That is probably a more productive area of research than trying to bullet point how we can reimagine the police as friendly Black handlers. Because that is what libertarians and liberals seem to agree on. The police should have 38 specials and walk Black neighborhoods without body armor. That will make Black people like them.

    • Agree: Parsnipitous, Poco
    • Replies: @VICB3
  174. FoSquare says:
    @Curmudgeon

    Most of the land seized by the money-lenders/harvesters was on death of the land owner, thereby disinheriting widows and children.

    More than 1200 years prior, Christ levelled this accusation, from Matthew 23:14.

    “Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites. For ye devour widows houses, and for a pretense make long prayer, therefore ye shall receive the greater damnation.”

    The family business hadn’t changed. I’m sure it was all kosher under the “law.” More than 800 years further on, in the year 2008, the same clan gave us the subprime mortgage scam.

    In fact, the current Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, made his fortune off that disaster and the misfortune of others.

  175. …..Most Republican voters are indeed cowards.

    They don’t want to face the truth about race and stick to cowardly Con Inc narratives like “unions ruined schools for Blacks” and similar non-sense that is easily debunked…..

    this X1000

    Sure the Promethians and the Marxists are evil and crazy. But at least they are fighting for they believe. To this day, the only good guy to shoot back is a 17 year old kid from Antioch. Amazingly cowardly. But boomers and/or Conservative Inc., are cowards stand for fear of muh propertaaaa, lollipops, and fancipants. they fight for nothing. They dont even give a fuck that their pre-pubecent daughters can be pimped and streamed for millions to see. Truly these cowards, these traitors deserve almost as much scorn. the cuckery at instapindit is too much to bear.

  176. Angharad says:
    @anon

    Were you dropped on your head as a baby? The FBI support BLM. Trump thinks he’s King of Israel.

    Your drug dealer is cheating you.

    • Agree: MrVoid
  177. Angharad says:
    @John Johnson

    Thank you. A perfect summation of GOP cowards.

  178. Mefobills says:
    @Thomasina

    It’s not a good idea to do apples and oranges comparisons. It confuses people.

    Inflation does pay off old loans with money that has lost value.

    But, that concept is not the same as a jubilee. Jubilees go after specific kinds of debts, and does not nuke the whole “debt structure.”

    For example, post WW2 the Nazi debts were released but not all of them. Those that remained were related to production, and paying people their salaries.

    What were released were those debts by the “Nazi” elites, who the allies didn’t want to enrich. The Nazi creditors could make no claims.

    The same goes for a jubilee. For example, if your farm was wiped out by some weather event outside of your control, your debt would be erased. That way the farmer stays on his land, and can produce – a benefit to civilization.

    Solon’s reforms, returned Greek farmers to their lands because (((creditors))) were enslaving said farmers.

    Today, the way it works, is that the bank will foreclose on you. If you had bad weather – so sad too bad. The creditor wins… Heads I win, tails you lose.

    Apples and Oranges.

  179. Hibernian says:
    @Majority of One

    It’s helpful to have police cadets who’ve fired a weapon prior to entering the Police Academy. It’s not helpful to have cadets whose firearms experience has been firing at rival gang members. In today’s society where applicants at least to urban departments aren’t likely to have been brought up shooting deer, etc., recruiting veterans makes sense.

  180. …There aren’t enough qualified officers nationwide and you want to basically make all police have detective requirements…..

    well damn. obviously, we need arfirmative action for psychopaths… libertarians with govt pensions hit hardest.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  181. Hibernian says:
    @Majority of One

    …Jenny Jerome, an American member of the Tribe…

    Her father was Leonard Jerome, which is a slightly Jewish sounding name, and, he was a financier! Also, he had a street named after him, in, wait for it, The Bronx!

    All of which is hardly proof positive.

  182. …What is really amusing to me is that people like you list all these bullet points about what the police should do differently and nothing about Blacks…

    this is a pig thread, not a chimp thread.

  183. @follyofwar

    Even one-bullet Barney Fife wouldn’t be able to save him.

    Ha! Barney is as tough as a $2 Tbone. BLM lives in fear of Barney. Don’t you know that his whole body is a weapon?

    • LOL: Hibernian
  184. and in other news…. More shenanigans from the alcohol and drug overdose specialists..

    https://www.bestgore.com/police-brutality/man-mental-health-problem-brutalize-cop-glendale-yes-he-was-white/

    You know it ain’t just black folk these IDF trained juiced up roid raging nuts take their anger and insecurity out on. They also enjoy beating and killing whitey, retards at that.. Sad.

  185. Hibernian says:
    @kyle of duty

    Because not having a four year degree makes you a psychopath. Got it,

  186. VICB3 says:
    @John Johnson

    There is no such thing as Police Science. The major is called Criminal Justice and it isn’t fluff degree.

    I suppose things change. I know it as ‘Police Science’, and whatever you wish to call it, it always seems to be a two year program at your local community college.

    What is really amusing to me is that people like you list all these bullet points about what the police should do differently and nothing about Blacks.

    Respectfully, the whole Black dysfunctional subculture thing has been done to death. You’ll notice that I begin by referencing that dysfunctional subculture vs the equally, in my opinion, dysfunctionality of the warrior cop subculture. I then shift my focus to some of the elements of police dysfunctionality and how they might be addressed. And all in response and as an addendum to another thoughtful post

    Further, I invite you to read some of the other postings I’ve offered up on Unz regarding Blacks and black culture. That includes this little gem of a link, offered up several time where the author offers up, in 500+ pages, that Blacks are in fact pre-modern, a notion that increasingly I agree with:

    https://analyseeconomique.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/richard-d-fuerle-erectus-walks-amongst-us.pdf

    So much for ‘People Like Me’. And so much for name calling. And if you must resort to name calling, then call me a ‘Race Realist’.

    There aren’t enough qualified officers nationwide and you want to basically make all police have detective requirements.

    And not a word from you about the intelligence, maturity, sanity and emotional stability of cops. Or lack thereof. And yet you want to grant them extraordinary powers. Consider the dangers of creating an armed elite of sub-par intellects or damaged psyches.

    As as for this recent shooting, I can tell you a good bit about the layout of the area, the demographics and demographic shifts, dealing with Blacks and Latinos on daily basis, and all the rest. (That’s where you find the best Apple Fritters BTW.) We’re talking first hand experience. Daily first hand experience. Not exactly par for the course for the residents of the Beach Cities and other ‘People Like Me’.

    To repeat, what you’re seeing in may cases is one dysfunctional subculture going head to head with another. Dealing with one is problematic as it may very well be inbred, but the other does indeed lend itself to systemic changes so as to reverse a course heading where the civil servant becomes the civil master.

    Thanks for listening.

    Just a thought.

    VicB3

  187. Exile says:
    @VICB3

    In a nation where Whites had sovereignty these would be great ideas to reform the police forces in and of themselves. In order to implement any of this and make it worthwhile, you need to restructure the entire system above and beyond the police department to restore the kind of fundamentally White order you’re looking to protect with this reformed police force.

  188. Respectfully, the whole Black dysfunctional subculture thing has been done to death.

    What are you talking about? It isn’t allowed to be mentioned in public discourse.

    You’ll notice that I begin by referencing that dysfunctional subculture vs the equally, in my opinion, dysfunctionality of the warrior cop subculture.

    Yea and this is where I throw down the libertarian BS red card.

    Funny how that “warrior cop subculture” just happens to be a problem in Black areas.

    It’s exactly how liberals talk about “gun violence” that also just happens to be in Black areas.

    What a coincidence! Everything related to race is just a coincidence for libertarians and liberals. This is the result of race denial. Repeated patterns have to be written off as existing by chance.

    And not a word from you about the intelligence, maturity, sanity and emotional stability of cops.

    I’ll gladly respond to that. All the police I have met in my area seem intelligent, mature and stable.

    I live in a White area where they spend their time catching White criminals which are around 1% of the city population at most. We like our police and they don’t have this “warrior cop subculture” that you talk about. This seems to be the case in most White areas. Funny that.

    The problem is that if you throw men of ANY race into a situation where they are attacked, disrespected, spat upon, constantly lied to and shot at they don’t become social workers and requiring them to have an undergrad degree isn’t going to change that.

    You can give the police all the classes you want but when people start shooting at them their attitude naturally changes.

    What makes you think police want to deal with Black people? Would you rather have DeShawn spitting in your face or would you rather drink coffee and eat a donut?

    It’s hilarious that you think requiring a degree would change any of this. You would probably just attract some extra smart pyschopaths that are better at getting away with working outside the system. Society is trying to believe a lie and it isn’t working. The police are on the frontlines of this great lie and you think making them take a chemistry class will somehow fix it. The lie is the problem, not the police.

    • Agree: Negrolphin Pool
  189. anon[124] • Disclaimer says:
    @follyofwar

    From some of the posts I’m reading here, the UR has suddenly become a popular forum with the BLM and Antifa crowd.

  190. I don’t understand why those cops were parked back there and in that position. What were they doing? And what function of policing were they carrying out. A cop in LA in the present environment parked where someone can sneak up on you? They don’t train them any better than this?

    • Replies: @Alden
  191. @ThreeCranes

    I think the proper designation is “Pygmy.” His sprint is hampered by the fact that his pants are falling off, making his flight awkward. And, not only giving the appearance of shortened legs, but limiting their ability to function correctly. It’s amazing that he didn’t fall down while running away. The sagging britches are ubiquitous and Pygmies are not too uncommon either. I saw a Negro in the store the other day that wasn’t even five and a half feet tall. His dreadlocks were massive, he was minuscule. The perpetrator could be a minor. If so, then expect a plea bargain and appeals for leniency or clemency. Donald Turnip might even pardon him, to further pander to Africans in America in his sickeningly Negrophiliac fashion.

  192. yurivku says:
    @Trinity

    you might live in Russia but you aren’t Russian.

    You stupid asshole, what do you know about Rusians? You probably never walk out further then your village fence and jews are all who you met inside this fence.

    I live in Moscow, and sincerely wish you merikans to kill each other – whites vs blacks, jews vs gentiles, gays vs normals, women vs men – the world will be much cleaner and safer without you.

  193. yurivku says:
    @Trinity

    You probably live in Tel Aviv or NYC, Shlomo,

    and of course you, stupid asshole, don’t know that Jews being parasites need US as a host where to drink blood from. I wish you, both host and its parasites, to disappear.

  194. anon[352] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    careful, the Narrative is moving from cops getting capped to a poor Asian (Chinese?) who somehow was vaccumed in..

    https://www.lamag.com/citythinkblog/josie-huang-arrest-lasd-villanueva/

  195. Dan Hayes says:

    Looks like here all the UR police-haters have come out of the woodwork (or, if one prefers, the toilet)!

    • Replies: @Alden
  196. @anonymous

    I was thinking it looked like a chick. Short, big butt, weird running style.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  197. Anonymous[339] • Disclaimer says:
    @kyle of duty

    and can still manage to get on your knees and felate the pigs, we live on different moral planets.

    If you can write prose like that, then we’re on different planets. Hostile planets.

  198. @TimeTraveller

    Police did something bad in a 68% black county with a black sheriff. Therefore, blame Trump and burn down businesses in black neighborhoods.

    PS Blacks like Democrats who want socialism/communism. What do they do in Cuba/NK if you don’t show ID?

    • Replies: @TimeTraveller
  199. @TimeTraveller

    Still yet another in a long line of police brutality videos that start abruptly IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ACTION, with what went on before excised. Filmed by a cameraman with Parkinson’s disease where the subject wobbles out of the field of view for half the video. This trope goes all the way back to Rodney King.

    I’m waiting for the video of the events leading up to what we see.

    • Replies: @TimeTraveller
  200. @follyofwar

    But no blacks are allowed in Mayberry. Andy is secretly Grand Wizard in KKK by night to enforce it.

  201. Plain to see it’s a kid, MS13 initiation or other gang new member, I bet.

  202. Alden says:
    @Sparkylyle92

    The sheriff dept recovered several bullets both in the car and in the deputies. Her name is Claudia Apolinar. Her father, Adolfo doesn’t speak English. The Compton train station is dangerous. Blacks and Hispanic criminals hanging around to follow passengers walking home or to the parking lot and rob them.

    Compton used to have its own police force. But the black politicians and black criminals got rid of them because there were a few White officers, an occupying fascist force.

  203. Alden says:
    @Dan Hayes

    They’re still enraged because they got a traffic ticket or were arrested 3o years ago.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
  204. Alden says:
    @VICB3

    If a 110 IQ were required, there wouldn’t be any black or Hispanic cops. Average black IQ is 85, 40 percent of blacks IQs are under 80. Average Hispanic IQ is about 95.

    Asians sneer at police work as degrading blue collar manual labor. So if 110 IQ were required, every cop in the country would be White.

    The city of San Francisco police dept had to create a test that did not require the ability to read at any level to satisfy the court order to hire more black cops. It was in the 1980s. Instead of a written test, they looked at videos and a recording read the questions and answers. All they had to do was recognize answers A, B, C, D.

    Even then they had to add points to the scores of the blacks and subtract points from the scores of the Whites so enough blacks could achieve a passing score.

    Your ignorance about black IQ proves you are an ignorant moron. You’ve never been in a physical fight or verbal confrontation in your life have you? Hint, IQ doesn’t matter in those situations.

    • Replies: @Poco
    , @Badger Down
  205. @Hippopotamusdrome

    Well, if Trump (and Biden) weren’t running interference for the murderous cops, they wouldn’t’ have to be worried about shouldering some of the blame.

    If a team scores a touchdown, it isn’t just the ball carrier who gets the pat on the back, but also the players who blocked for him.

    As far as socialism, I would be for it in a perfect world. However, in the world of the Judeo-cracker, the golem, I prefer for him to be unable to pay his debts so his generational property can be acquired privately rather than going to the state.

    These next few years are going to be a bonanza, and I’m thankful that Trump and Biden are in the front lines of keeping any stumbling blocks out of my way, specifically stumbling blocks like job programs.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  206. @Hippopotamusdrome

    Obviously, you didn’t watch the video that was posted because it wasn’t even an instance of police brutality.

    Good job outing yourself as a shill. I’m sure you’ve got so many posts to make that you don’t even have time to read them fully. Back to work, Chaim.

  207. Alden says:
    @Gleimhart Mantooso

    S California, from Ventura county to San Diego has a very extensive bus and light rail transportation system. Most of the bus stops and train stations are in reasonably safe neighborhoods. The train stations really don’t have parking lots for the passengers. The idea is passengers will walk or take buses to the train stations.

    A few of the train stations are in neighborhoods so dangerous that police are stationed there to prevent the passengers being robbed beaten etc as they walk home or wait for their bus.

    South of the airport is a dangerous area, whether it’s part of the city of Los Angeles, a separate city like Compton Lynwood etc or an incorporated area. That’s why a sheriff car is stationed outside the Compton train station. There’s generally a big bus stop outside the train stations, where all the bus lines converge so people can get to and from the train station The police car acts as a deterrent for predators lying in wait for bus passengers too

    The sight of police just waiting has a deterrent effect on robbers rapists etc.

    • Replies: @bruce county
  208. Poco says:
    @Alden

    Oh Alden, you just don’t understand. If you just talk nice and say pretty please to black thugs they stop whatever crime they are committing and arrest themselves.
    They also will thank the police profusely if they dress like old time English bobbies and tip their hats g’day! It’s a marvel to me that on this site, of all sites, we’ve still got these braindead whites pretending blacks are just like Whites. If we just coddle them some more the black ghetto denizen will be just like us! I’ll bet more White taxpayer money for inner city schools will do the trick! That’s the ticket.

  209. Pericles says:
    @ThreeCranes

    What’s wrong with it is that the shooter’s head only comes up the the top of the police car. He’s a midget.

    My guess is the shooter is a kid.

    • Agree: Gleimhart Mantooso
  210. @Alden

    Well this transit stop was MLK Station.
    It should be the safest place in the world.

  211. @Pericles

    What’s wrong with it is that the shooter’s head only comes up the the top of the police car. He’s a midget.

    Covid -19 shut down the circus and dwarf tossing has been outlawed so what’s a midget to do?

  212. Hrw-500 says:

    There more than meet the eyes about the 2 sheriffs deputies from what an article and a thread posted on City-data forums.
    https://meaww.com/who-is-claudia-apolinar-la-deputy-sheriffs-county-compton-librarian-police-academy-shooting-gunman
    http://www.city-data.com/forum/politics-other-controversies/3197787-media-trying-hide-fact-one-l.html

    Not a good idea for the MSM to hide the fact then Claudia Apolinar, one of the 2 deputies who was shot, was Hispanic. The MSM ignited instead a Streisand effect.

  213. Trump has not allowed the “protests”to go on. Democrats have forced Trump, politically, to not interfere in the protests, lest he be accused of being a dictator a charge that the political left has been itching to charge him with over and over. He is doing the wise thing and making these communist/anarchist mayors and governors of blue states come to him. The right strategy though inconvenient for the citizens of these places on a temporary basis. It’s already worked with the demented Ted Wheeler, mayor of Portland…etc.

  214. @anarchyst

    The police officer will not be handcuffed or detained, will be afforded a union attorney, will not be immediately interrogated, but will have 72 hours in which to “get his story straight” and will be given a “paid vacation” until the situation is sorted out.

    There you go again. You know jackshit about employment relations. Cops, or any other employee, do not get 72 hours to be interviewed about an incident. They are debriefed ASAP. Lawyers are not present, nor is any business agent from the union, unless the union is notified only if there is a reason to believe that disciplinary measures, up to and including dismissal, may be possible. A union representative attending a normal business process is allowed solely at the discretion of the employer. Why the hell would a union member not be provided a “union attorney” if accused of a breach of the employment relationship, that is what his dues are for.

    Any responsible employer, unionized or not, will place an employee on administrative leave during an investigation to minimize the possibility of tainting the investigation.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  215. @anarchyst

    It makes no difference with unionization, whether people are publicly employed. I own shares in a small company. I do not have a right to look at personnel records or know who is good or “bad”. I have sat on boards, one of which had billions in assets, and I was not allowed to access records of employees. The only time we were notified was if a lawsuit was filed, or a grievance that may have a significant impact or cost on the organization. Even there, the information was limited.

    Virtually every company will “protect” an employee if sued, because firing an employee makes it more difficult to defend a lawsuit. It is akin to an admission of guilt. Even insurance companies understand that.
    Your example of something written on a gun dust cover which was in the trunk of the vehicle is a non-starter legally. It does not indicate intent, you are implying intent. I am not saying the cop was blameless, what I am saying is that it wasn`t the cop who dispatched himself to the scene and was trained to behave in the manner he did. If the politicians wanted to de-militarize the police, it would be done tomorrow. As I have stated previously, I have been acquainted with many cops for 50+ years. The overwhelming majority do not want to have to draw their gun.
    I do not know what happens in your jurisdiction, but uniformed police officers in a court room, unless directed to be there, is prohibited. They are not to be in uniform unless at work or otherwise officially authorized. I cannot comment on police cars outside jurors homes, as I am not aware of any such accusations being made here.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  216. anarchyst says:
    @Curmudgeon

    Thank you for your concise response. You are correct in stating that board members on corporations do not have access to employee records, but corporate human resources departments DO have access.
    There is a big difference between corporations and public units of government, municipalities and the like.
    Cops have almost unlimited power, and as such, the old saying applies: “Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely”.
    Cops (are supposed to) work for the public, and as such should not be unionized. WE are their employers.
    A statewide or national database of cops who abuse their authority should be established and should be a public record. Such individuals should NEVER be able to work as cops. Presently “gypsy cops” with abusive behavior are able to skip from department to department, as in most of their “collective bargaining agreements”, their disciplinary records are sealed.
    Cops enjoy immunity that those who work for private entities would LOVE to have.
    Cops DO have special privileges when it comes to shootings. The “thin blue line” (gang) sees to that.
    Police DO have “time on their hands” and can (and do) easily “encourage” jurors to acquit one of their own. Yes, it’s jury tampering, but in the case of police, prosecutors look the other way.
    Either abolish or heavily restrict official “immunity” and most of the problems with today’s police departments would be solved.
    In order to sue a cop for misconduct, the only way is with a federal “civil-rights” lawsuit alleging a “violation of a citizen’s civil-rights”. Not only must a “civil-rights” violation be proven, one must also PROVE that the cop KNEW that the civil-rights violation was taking place. A high bar indeed…
    What we are witnessing today is “blowback”, unjustified, but is a reality. That being said, I have absolutely no use for the rioters, rioting, murder of police officers and property destruction that is taking place today…
    Regards,

  217. anarchyst says:
    @Curmudgeon

    Your statement: /Any responsible employer, unionized or not, will place an employee on administrative leave during an investigation to minimize the possibility of tainting the investigation./ does not include the fact that with police departments “administrative leave” is fully PAID while in the private sector, the employee is usually fired or “laid off” without pay.
    Big difference.

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
    , @Curmudgeon
  218. @Sparkylyle92

    The shooter looks like a woman. Maybe because e is so short. Are police looking for a dwarf? Shouldn’t be too hard to find such a conspicuous person. Not many people waddle like that.

  219. @Alden

    Video: A man crosses the street, gets into a car, and drives away.
    Police: The suspect crossed the street and stole a car.

  220. @Ragno

    I say, Ragno, you talk a lot of good sense. I shall have to read your many other comments. Bravo!

  221. @anarchyst

    There is a big difference between corporations and public units of government, municipalities and the like.

    Not from a Human Resources perspective. My counterparts in public institutions operated on the same principles I did.

    “We” are not the cops employers. Cities, towns, municipalities, etc. are all incorporated. It is the corporation that is their employer, “we” are shareholders. The only thing a union does is to negotiate terms and conditions of employment. It cannot dictate what business or business model the corporation chooses.

    Cops that are fired are fired for specific reasons, including theft or breaches of policy that may have nothing to do with what they do on the street. When dismissed, there is limited information that can be given, by any employer, about any employee and his or her employment record, without being sued by either the former employee or the new employer. The only time additional information comes into play would be in cases like Minneapolis where the employer makes a political statement of the dismissal.

    “Sealing” in the HR world, means that the “evidence” the employer has used in a specific incident, has been shown to be unreliable and cannot be used again, nor can the alleged incident. Unless you work in a Human Resources Department dealing with police files, you have no way of knowing if any files are sealed. Only the head of HR would know how many.

    Cops have special privileges when it comes to guns, because they are hired to carry guns and enforce the law. There are bad cops, undoubtedly, but of the millions out there, there are relatively few. Two hundred fifty times more people die from medical errors every year (250,000), committed by a fraction of the total number of MDs compared to cops shooting someone. Some get sued, some not. The cops are vilified, the doctors not.
    This is a vicious circle. A cop shoot someone, more often than not the press pours gasoline on the fire, the public becomes indignant, the grievance crowd thinks they can ignore police directives or fight a cop, and another one gets shot. That is the vast majority of what is going on.
    Yes, there are situations like the hallway or Breonna Taylor, that should never happen, but who sent the cops there in the first place and trained them to behave like that is never investigated.

  222. @anarchyst

    If not paid, any unionized employer would be faced with a grievance for unjust suspension or dismissal. Any responsible non-unionized employer would pay an employee, not suspend them without pay, as it would only piss off the employee, as it is an indication that culpability has been pre-determined. Disgruntled employees can cause more damage than you can ever imagine. If fired, they could be be faced with a wrongful dismissal civil law suit. Investigations can be about alleged also be about sexual misconduct or workplace safety issues. It makes no difference whether it is private or public sector. The key word is responsible.

  223. @Pericles

    If so, perhaps the “kid” and his parents should all be executed — after strenuous efforts to even find the “father”, of course.

  224. It will be our job during this catastrophe to explain to our fellow citizens why and how this disaster came about and why the country ultimately lost cohesion and disintegrated. Why are people assassinating police officers? Why are mobs surrounding hospitals and celebrating murderers and cheering for the death of innocent people? Why has the media been cheering on the mobs? Why are Democratic cities abolishing police departments to appease the mob?

    ((()))

  225. @Cool Daddy Jimbo

    I was thinking it looked like a chick. Short, big butt, weird running style.

    I actually got a chick vibe when I first saw it.

    Probably a teenager though.

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