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From the New York Daily News news section:

Black Lives Matter activists threaten ‘riots’ if Mayor-elect Eric Adams reinstates controversial NYPD anti-crime units

By CHRIS SOMMERFELDT
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |
NOV 10, 2021 AT 8:10 PM

Leaders of the city’s Black Lives Matter movement on Wednesday threatened “riots” and “bloodshed” in the streets if Mayor-elect Eric Adams reverses the abolition of the NYPD’s controversial anti-crime units.

“If he thinks that they’re going to go back to the old ways of policing, then we are going to take to the streets again. There will be riots, there will be fire and there will be bloodshed because we believe in defending our people,” said Hawk Newsome, co-founder of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York, after a heated meeting with Adams in Brooklyn Borough Hall.

 
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  1. The big thing among the millennial left is to challenge terms constantly. AOC got pissy with James Carville by saying “woke” is a phrase only old people use. Never mind she helped popularize it this past decade.

    AOC’s “Squad” similarly called themselves the Squad, then got angry when Trump successfully mocked them using that name.

    Critical Race Theory? Yes that’s what we believe. Wait, no that’s not the right term, it doesn’t exist or doesn’t exist here.

    And pronouns? I’m xer. No Xym. No she/they. No today I’m he. And fuck you, bigot.

    So I suspect riot will be OK again, just to keep the norms and squares uncomfortable, and to make the mainstream media dance to the insanity of the wokest of woke.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @John Milton's Ghost

    Freddie deBoer:

    https://freddiedeboer.substack.com/p/please-just-fucking-tell-me-what
    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1457740081750499330

    , @Nicholas Stix
    @John Milton's Ghost

    blacks started this.

    When I was a kid (1960s), ordinary blacks and Whites alike said "colored," and fancy-pants types of both races said "negro."

    Then blacks started ordering Whites every few years to change how they addressed them, while using diminutive terms like "caucasian" for "White," which were contemporary with "negroid," but if a White said "negroid," he was a Klansman.

    Meanwhile, over the past 30-odd (or is it 60-odd, or 100-odd?) years or more, blacks obsessively say "n----r" in public, daring Whites to say it, and frequently lie, and claim that Whites called them it.

    Sometimes, blacks will call a White "n----r" and assault him, and then tell sympathetic White prosecutors that the White called them the n-word. The prosecutors will take the racist blacks' word for it, even if a witness backed up the White vic.

  2. The organisers feel free to call them riots. It’s their supporters in the media who call them mostly peaceful protests.

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
    @Rob McX

    Looks like my response didn't go through -- let's give it another try:

    https://i.postimg.cc/1RG5kqjW/BLM-Greater-NY-Newsome-Background-1-Copy.png

    https://i.postimg.cc/mkBRLm5m/BLM-Greater-NY-Newsome-Background-2-Copy.png

    Relevant links:

    https://www.influencewatch.org/movement/black-lives-matter-of-greater-new-york/
    https://blacklivesmatter.com/for-immediate-release-statement-by-kailee-scales-managing-director-of-blm-global-network/
    [BLM disavows Newsome and his organization]
    https://forward.com/news/347411/national-debate-on-racism-spurs-public-spat-among-historic-jewish-groups/
    https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/08/why-did-black-american-activists-start-caring-about-palestine/496088/
    https://www.riverdalepress.com/stories/black-lives-matter-leader-decries-activists-anti-israel-stand,60860
    [Newsome's Sept 2016 letter pledging allegiance to Israel, disavowing Palestinians]
    https://www.northjersey.com/story/opinion/2020/01/18/jews-blacks-have-long-history-standing-united-against-prejudice-opinion/4499671002/
    [Newsome's attorney, Sanford Rubenstein]

  3. Threatening ‘riots, fire and bloodshed’ is acceptable? Yelling fire in a theatre is acceptable? The voting citizens of this country have pretty much demonstrated that the do not wish to defund the police. What we see now are attempts to de fang the police*. All bark no bite. Well NYC lets see how this plays out. Elections have consequences. I am interested in seeing what changes to public education in NYC Mayor Adams proposes. Maybe reintroduce Gifted and Talented classes that DiBlasio ended. Fun to watch liberal city politics. * Thinking of trade marking “De Fang the Police.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    @Buffalo Joe


    Threatening ‘riots, fire and bloodshed’ is acceptable?
     
    When you are Privileged, you can pretty much do whatever you want. I think 2020 made that clear. And, neat little thing here: a basic part of being privileged is calling the unprivileged privileged.
    , @Harry Baldwin
    @Buffalo Joe

    I will be pleasantly surprised if the newly elected mayor, Eric Adams, delivers on his campaign promise to reinstate the Anti-crime Unit of the NYPD or to in any way defy the radicals. A year ago he was siding with BLM and criticizing the police, but he shrewdly positioned himself as the law-and-order candidate during the Democratic primary.

  4. The only hope for NYC is that Eric Adams takes this as a challenge to his manhood. Which is a definite possibility.

    • Replies: @fish
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    "The only hope for NYC is that Eric Adams takes this as a challenge to his manhood."


    I imagine that whomever holds his leash will let him know "who/whom" in fairly short order.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix

    , @Known Fact
    @Ghost of Bull Moose


    The only hope for NYC is that Eric Adams takes this as a challenge to his manhood.
     
    Meeting with some law-abiding white residents would be a real challenge.
  5. Communist terrorist promise more communist terrorism if they don’t get their way, film at 11.

    • Agree: Batman, Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @SMK
    @R.G. Camara

    In a sane country, state, and city, Hawk Newsome and his army of BLM terrorists would be in prison rather then meeting with the black Mayor of NY and promising "riots" and "fire" and "bloodshed" if BLM terrorists and violent and/or recidivist black criminals are arrested, prosecuted, convicted, and sentenced to prison for acts of violence, or even "stopped and frisked" and disarmed as under Rudy G "once upon a time" in NY to stop them from committing violent felonies.

    Imagine a US and NY and scores of other cities with no blacks.

  6. “we believe in defending our people”

    The Alt Right should to take a page from their playbook.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    @ThreeCranes

    Perhaps they should, but the fact is that anyone on the alt-right would draw a prison sentence for utterances like his. Remember, their violence is speech; our speech is violence.

    Also, our silence is violence (it rhyme!), which means that we're guilty of violence any time we draw breath. Therefore, any and all measures taken against us are legitimate. You'd think this might exercise people a bit.

    , @Redneck farmer
    @ThreeCranes

    The media supports Blacks and Wiggers defending their violent criminals, not Whites.

  7. Some get a sense that Eric Adams won’t be too much concerned with reversing/initiating/planning much of anything during his four years. There’s just too much fun out there and it’s his time. We might be looking at NYC’s very own Marion Barry.

    https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2021/11/eric-adams-era-has-the-makings-of-a-tabloid-gold-mine

  8. There is only one way that the government can effectively deal with out-of-control urban crime: aggressive urban policing. But we live in an era where aggressive urban policing is illegal. And heaven forbid an armed citizen try to defend civilization from the rape-and-pillage brigades–most “conservatives” are far too refined to tolerate THAT type of behavior, oh, no, that’s just gauche and the idea of those people running around with guns is just unsettling. Those ignorant vigilante rubes are just as subhuman as the criminals, amirite?

    So where does that leave us, sophisticates of the commentariet?


  9. Chivona Newsome pressed on, telling Adams she believes public safety will improve if as mayor he creates better jobs and education.

    Chivona.

    There once was a gal named Chivona,
    whose morphology suggested a corona.

    And so on.


    “That’s a government issue,” she said.

    But Adams wouldn’t have it and interrupted Newsome: “You need to be corrected. You need to be corrected based on what you’re saying. Don’t tell me, ‘I need to do this’ … say, ‘We need to do this.’”

    Gotta give Adams credit for standing up to the physically, but not intellectually formidable Chivona. Raising her fist and looking pissed doesn’t increase the weight of her arguments (at least to normal people). Her physical mass and anger are only relevant to her Insulin dosage and projected lifespan.

    If Adams can do half of what he’s promising, that’ll make NYC 200% better.

    • Replies: @Old Prude
    @From Beer to Paternity

    From Beer to Paternity. Choice wit.

    , @acementhead
    @From Beer to Paternity

    OK, Stirge @#13 ninja me on the one that I really wanted, but I got this one(when I just checked a min ago)


    There once was a gal named Chivona,
    whose morphology suggested a corona
     
    Objection.

    Grounds?

    Uh, poetry recitation.
    , @Sick of Orcs
    @From Beer to Paternity

    There once was a gal named Chivona,
    whose face was the cure for a bona
    Lasting more than four hours
    The extent of her powers
    Made the hardest of steels soft as foama.

  10. Damn.

    • Replies: @Paleo Liberal
    @JohnnyWalker123

    It’s good to be from a rich and famous family.

    Dude got a slap on the wrist. 6 months of possible home confinement for almost killing an elderly man.

    , @Ralph L
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I've never heard of a judge making a plea deal over the objections of the DA, but California.
    Hopefully, the victim has already gotten a big enough settlement from the perp that he doesn't have to live next door during the "sentence."

    NYPost: The basketball legend’s son was allegedly set off when Winsor confronted him about not taking in the trashcans for Abdul-Jabbar’s elderly roommate, according to Spitzer’s office.

    , @Alec Leamas (working from home)
    @JohnnyWalker123

    They recovered the weapon:

    https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0342/1713/2170/products/HW25985_500x.jpg?v=1612971808

    Like father, like son I suppose.

    , @Brutusale
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Ah, Jabbar. Another proud black Muslim who can't stay away from the snow bunnies.

  11. “There will be riots, there will be fire and there will be bloodshed because we believe in defending our people,” said Hawk Newsome

    Injun brutha was triggered by the fascist blonde lady overlooking the proceedings:


  12. They are only titled “Mostly Peaceful Protests” when the action is ordered by their masters. When blacks start it on their own it’s a riot.

  13. Love the Big Lebowski reference. This is the new mayor’s litmus test

  14. https://www.mtsu.edu/first-amendment/article/1025/true-threats

    “True threats” occur when the speakers have an intent that is subjective, not objective. In other words, it is not whether a reasonable person would believe there is intent to carry-out the threat, but rather, whether the speakers themselves do. That kind of mind-reading seems hard to prove, unless the speaker says “Here is my plan of procedure; I’ve worked-out the details.”

  15. I remember reading about a general in the forties or fifties, he said he’d rather have a platoon of white soldiers over a division of black ones. Given the aiming difficulties blacks have with pistols, maybe Racist General was right? I for one, would not at all mind seeing a black insurgency vs Black Occupied Government (BOG) war in NYC.

    I think the red-blue divide has hardened since, say, Rodney King in the nineties. I would not be upset that rioting blacks in NYC make America look bad internationally. The more potential international tourists realize they need to avoid black areas like they’d avoid, um, the black plague, the safer foreign tourists are when they come here.

    The only problem is that the blue team will take it as an opportunity to unload urban blacks on red areas, much like Brandon busing border jumpers to red states. Are they still doing that?

  16. There will be riots, there will be fire and there will be bloodshed

    Can you say that?

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
    @International Jew

    Long ago, when we were a nation of laws, it was called making terroristic threats, and it was a crime.

  17. New York, New York. If you can riot there you can riot anywhere.

  18. @JohnnyWalker123
    Damn.

    https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1458650635574943745

    Replies: @Paleo Liberal, @Ralph L, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @Brutusale

    It’s good to be from a rich and famous family.

    Dude got a slap on the wrist. 6 months of possible home confinement for almost killing an elderly man.

  19. “If he thinks that they’re going to go back to the old ways of policing, then we are going to take to the streets again. There will be riots, there will be fire and there will be bloodshed because we believe in defending our people,” said Hawk Newsome…

    So, to put it succinctly, Hawk Newsome knows how to party!

  20. Give the man his dues. He’s a black man being black. Black people like crime, its integral to their way of life, as they say, “you ain’t a man till you take a life and make a life.”

    Adams had a rep while on the force of always filing complaints about racism, and siding with criminals. He’s black, so he will back the black and black crime.

    I predicted this. NYC will become just another Detroit. Bombed out by black violence. There is a Zerohedge story about the futile attempt of the New York state power generators trying to prepare for a brutally cold winter. Its a diverse state so it will be a diverse (i.e. shambolic and ineffective) effort. The power will go out for days/weeks in NYC and crime will be utterly, utterly brutal.

    Black people are black. They like and need crime and violence. Without it they wither and die. Its just who they are. There is no reforming that aspect of them any more than there is reforming Scandinavians gloominess, their tendency towards alcohol addiction, terminal introversion, and fondness for fermented shark.

    What will be interesting is to see the total collapse of New York City in near real time. Give it a few years, and the place will look just like Detroit. I figure half the population will move out very quickly.

    It will certainly be interesting to see riots and looting and widespread arson all throughout New York City on a regular basis. Derbyshire did think the elites would eventually turn racist and perhaps the loss of lots of skyscrapers to arson (and the inevitable huge financial losses) will cause corporate and financial leaders to just turn racist. It would not shock me at all to see many NYC skyscrapers burn down into collapse over the next year or so.

  21. @Buffalo Joe
    Threatening 'riots, fire and bloodshed' is acceptable? Yelling fire in a theatre is acceptable? The voting citizens of this country have pretty much demonstrated that the do not wish to defund the police. What we see now are attempts to de fang the police*. All bark no bite. Well NYC lets see how this plays out. Elections have consequences. I am interested in seeing what changes to public education in NYC Mayor Adams proposes. Maybe reintroduce Gifted and Talented classes that DiBlasio ended. Fun to watch liberal city politics. * Thinking of trade marking "De Fang the Police.

    Replies: @HammerJack, @Harry Baldwin

    Threatening ‘riots, fire and bloodshed’ is acceptable?

    When you are Privileged, you can pretty much do whatever you want. I think 2020 made that clear. And, neat little thing here: a basic part of being privileged is calling the unprivileged privileged.

  22. @ThreeCranes

    "we believe in defending our people"
     
    The Alt Right should to take a page from their playbook.

    Replies: @HammerJack, @Redneck farmer

    Perhaps they should, but the fact is that anyone on the alt-right would draw a prison sentence for utterances like his. Remember, their violence is speech; our speech is violence.

    Also, our silence is violence (it rhyme!), which means that we’re guilty of violence any time we draw breath. Therefore, any and all measures taken against us are legitimate. You’d think this might exercise people a bit.

  23. Hawk Newsome, co-founder of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York

    Hawk Newsome = Wow! Me shaken!

  24. @ThreeCranes

    "we believe in defending our people"
     
    The Alt Right should to take a page from their playbook.

    Replies: @HammerJack, @Redneck farmer

    The media supports Blacks and Wiggers defending their violent criminals, not Whites.

  25. Bonfire of the Inanities. Pure Wolfe. (Bald Lives Matter?)

  26. It’s always refreshing when people say what they mean so clearly. Thank you, BLM.

  27. Proud Boys can’t say those words. They can’t even assemble in NYC as a group to whisper those words in private.

  28. @JohnnyWalker123
    Damn.

    https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1458650635574943745

    Replies: @Paleo Liberal, @Ralph L, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @Brutusale

    I’ve never heard of a judge making a plea deal over the objections of the DA, but California.
    Hopefully, the victim has already gotten a big enough settlement from the perp that he doesn’t have to live next door during the “sentence.”

    NYPost: The basketball legend’s son was allegedly set off when Winsor confronted him about not taking in the trashcans for Abdul-Jabbar’s elderly roommate, according to Spitzer’s office.

  29. @JohnnyWalker123
    Damn.

    https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1458650635574943745

    Replies: @Paleo Liberal, @Ralph L, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @Brutusale

    They recovered the weapon:

    Like father, like son I suppose.

    • LOL: Gary in Gramercy
  30. anonymous[318] • Disclaimer says:

    There was a time when what Newsome is threatening was called by its proper term- “race riots”
    -looting, vandalism, assaults and/or murders that are driven by racial animus on one or more sides.

    Newsome- “There will be fire and there will be bloodshed because we believe in defending our people.” -sounds like a threat of vandalism, assault and potential murder with a us-versus-them racial component thrown in.

    Basically he’s threatening an orgy of hate crimes (to use the modern cultmarx terminology) against non-black citizens, but because he’s black and blacks are only perpetual victims and never, ever perpetrators according to cultmarx dogma, these potential actions can’t be termed “hate crimes” (if the races were reversed tho it would be called that in a New York minute!) or “race riots” or even just “riots.” No, they’re known by the Orwellian phrase of “mostly peaceful protests,” as that (in)famous CNN chyron said in the summer of 2020.

  31. Man, we really live in a country where anti-crime police units are considered controversial. What other function should police units have? If they aren’t anti-crime, what is the justification for their existence?

    • Replies: @acementhead
    @Magic Dirt Resident


    If they aren’t anti-crime, what is the justification for their existence?
     
    Uh, to protect the pets whilst they carry out their predations?
  32. @R.G. Camara
    Communist terrorist promise more communist terrorism if they don't get their way, film at 11.

    Replies: @SMK

    In a sane country, state, and city, Hawk Newsome and his army of BLM terrorists would be in prison rather then meeting with the black Mayor of NY and promising “riots” and “fire” and “bloodshed” if BLM terrorists and violent and/or recidivist black criminals are arrested, prosecuted, convicted, and sentenced to prison for acts of violence, or even “stopped and frisked” and disarmed as under Rudy G “once upon a time” in NY to stop them from committing violent felonies.

    Imagine a US and NY and scores of other cities with no blacks.

  33. @John Milton's Ghost
    The big thing among the millennial left is to challenge terms constantly. AOC got pissy with James Carville by saying "woke" is a phrase only old people use. Never mind she helped popularize it this past decade.

    AOC's "Squad" similarly called themselves the Squad, then got angry when Trump successfully mocked them using that name.

    Critical Race Theory? Yes that's what we believe. Wait, no that's not the right term, it doesn't exist or doesn't exist here.

    And pronouns? I'm xer. No Xym. No she/they. No today I'm he. And fuck you, bigot.

    So I suspect riot will be OK again, just to keep the norms and squares uncomfortable, and to make the mainstream media dance to the insanity of the wokest of woke.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Nicholas Stix

    Freddie deBoer:

    https://freddiedeboer.substack.com/p/please-just-fucking-tell-me-what

    • Thanks: John Milton's Ghost
  34. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    The only hope for NYC is that Eric Adams takes this as a challenge to his manhood. Which is a definite possibility.

    Replies: @fish, @Known Fact

    “The only hope for NYC is that Eric Adams takes this as a challenge to his manhood.”

    I imagine that whomever holds his leash will let him know “who/whom” in fairly short order.

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
    @fish

    Calypso Louie?

    https://nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2021/06/is-black-supremacist-murder-cult-nation.html

  35. Chivona and Walter “Hawk” Newsome = Them: A woke shrew and avian clown.

  36. @From Beer to Paternity

    Chivona Newsome pressed on, telling Adams she believes public safety will improve if as mayor he creates better jobs and education.

    Chivona.

    There once was a gal named Chivona,
    whose morphology suggested a corona.

    And so on.


    “That’s a government issue,” she said.

    But Adams wouldn’t have it and interrupted Newsome: “You need to be corrected. You need to be corrected based on what you’re saying. Don’t tell me, ‘I need to do this’ … say, ‘We need to do this.’”

    Gotta give Adams credit for standing up to the physically, but not intellectually formidable Chivona. Raising her fist and looking pissed doesn't increase the weight of her arguments (at least to normal people). Her physical mass and anger are only relevant to her Insulin dosage and projected lifespan.

    If Adams can do half of what he's promising, that'll make NYC 200% better.

    Replies: @Old Prude, @acementhead, @Sick of Orcs

    From Beer to Paternity. Choice wit.

  37. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    The only hope for NYC is that Eric Adams takes this as a challenge to his manhood. Which is a definite possibility.

    Replies: @fish, @Known Fact

    The only hope for NYC is that Eric Adams takes this as a challenge to his manhood.

    Meeting with some law-abiding white residents would be a real challenge.

  38. Speaking of bonfires, thanks to DeBlasio’s mandates and the subsequent work slowdown there’s a bumper crop of trash just sitting there waiting to be set alight.

  39. So, I deduce that “our people” means looters, muggers, arsonists, dope dealers, and other assorted scum. Do I have that 101% nailed?

  40. @James Forrestal
    @Rob McX


    The organisers feel free to call them riots.
     
    Though the preferred term is usually "direct action" -- that's the euphemism commonly employed by the semitic supremacist street gang "antifa" to describe anti-White terrorist attacks/ forceful suppression of political dissidents. Let's see:

    https://www.influencewatch.org/movement/black-lives-matter-of-greater-new-york/

    Black Lives Matter of Greater New York became active in 2016. It has a reputation for being more direct-action and confrontation-oriented than other BLM chapters and organizations.

    Yep. Perhaps "riot" is more effective rhetoric in addressing and audience of, uh, vibrantly diverse urbanites? But the other interesting factoid in that quote is the date of founding of Newsome's group -- 2016. And this:

    Its leaders have been frequently profiled in the media...

    I wonder how an individual might go about getting the major narrative promotion agencies to consistently publicize him as an important "BLM leader," starting in 2016 -- especially when Newsome's organization has been openly and emphatically disavowed by the larger BLM network ?

    Let's take a look back at what was going on in the summer of 2016: The "news" media had been heavily promoting BLM for a couple of years prior to that, but there was an ongoing dispute about the usefulness of the BLM narrative between two major semitic supremacist organizations -- the ADL (more rootless cosmopolitan) and the ZOA (more ethnonationalist). But in August of 2016, when BLM leaders dared to express some mild concern for the indigenous Palestinian victims of semitic supremacist oppression... the ADL reconsidered, and in a strange coincidence, BLM largely vanished from the "news."

    And what happened a less than a month later, on Sept. 8? Some previously-obscure figure who claimed to be a "BLM leader" wrote to the Riverdale Press to emphasize both his complete iindifference to the Palestinians' plight, and his abject submission to the structures 0f systemic tribalism:

    A recent Daily News editorial criticized the movement for black lives for their anti-Israel position. As the leader of Black Lives Matter New York, I agree with Campaign Zero, another organization in the Black Lives Matter Movement, which rejects the anti-Israel stand.

    As well as reassuring them that he would stick to targeting the "correct" enemy:

    ...as a leader in the Black Lives Matter movement, I have learned how to focus on the enemy. [i.e. the White goyim]

    Just a lucky coincidence, I guess. Or perhaps his attorney, Sanford Rubenstein, advised him to do it?

    Replies: @James Forrestal

    Let’s take a look back at what was going on in the summer of 2016: The “news” media had been heavily promoting BLM for a couple of years prior to that, but there was an ongoing dispute about the usefulness of the BLM narrative between two major semitic supremacist organizations — the ADL (more rootless cosmopolitan) and the ZOA (more ethnonationalist).

    Missed a link on that one. Here it is, from the Jewish Daily Forward — National Debate on [so-called] “Racism” Spurs Public Spat Among Historic Jewish Groups

  41. BLM thugs:

    “Riots”

    Clear and accurate. Succinct.

    Mainstream Fake News media coverage of said riots afterward:

    “Mostly peaceful protests and citizen demonstrations against injustice. “

    Vague, dissembling and verbose.

    The Narrative in a nutshell.

  42. @Buffalo Joe
    Threatening 'riots, fire and bloodshed' is acceptable? Yelling fire in a theatre is acceptable? The voting citizens of this country have pretty much demonstrated that the do not wish to defund the police. What we see now are attempts to de fang the police*. All bark no bite. Well NYC lets see how this plays out. Elections have consequences. I am interested in seeing what changes to public education in NYC Mayor Adams proposes. Maybe reintroduce Gifted and Talented classes that DiBlasio ended. Fun to watch liberal city politics. * Thinking of trade marking "De Fang the Police.

    Replies: @HammerJack, @Harry Baldwin

    I will be pleasantly surprised if the newly elected mayor, Eric Adams, delivers on his campaign promise to reinstate the Anti-crime Unit of the NYPD or to in any way defy the radicals. A year ago he was siding with BLM and criticizing the police, but he shrewdly positioned himself as the law-and-order candidate during the Democratic primary.

  43. @From Beer to Paternity

    Chivona Newsome pressed on, telling Adams she believes public safety will improve if as mayor he creates better jobs and education.

    Chivona.

    There once was a gal named Chivona,
    whose morphology suggested a corona.

    And so on.


    “That’s a government issue,” she said.

    But Adams wouldn’t have it and interrupted Newsome: “You need to be corrected. You need to be corrected based on what you’re saying. Don’t tell me, ‘I need to do this’ … say, ‘We need to do this.’”

    Gotta give Adams credit for standing up to the physically, but not intellectually formidable Chivona. Raising her fist and looking pissed doesn't increase the weight of her arguments (at least to normal people). Her physical mass and anger are only relevant to her Insulin dosage and projected lifespan.

    If Adams can do half of what he's promising, that'll make NYC 200% better.

    Replies: @Old Prude, @acementhead, @Sick of Orcs

    OK, Stirge @#13 ninja me on the one that I really wanted, but I got this one(when I just checked a min ago)

    There once was a gal named Chivona,
    whose morphology suggested a corona

    Objection.

    Grounds?

    Uh, poetry recitation.

  44. @Magic Dirt Resident
    Man, we really live in a country where anti-crime police units are considered controversial. What other function should police units have? If they aren't anti-crime, what is the justification for their existence?

    Replies: @acementhead

    If they aren’t anti-crime, what is the justification for their existence?

    Uh, to protect the pets whilst they carry out their predations?

  45. @From Beer to Paternity

    Chivona Newsome pressed on, telling Adams she believes public safety will improve if as mayor he creates better jobs and education.

    Chivona.

    There once was a gal named Chivona,
    whose morphology suggested a corona.

    And so on.


    “That’s a government issue,” she said.

    But Adams wouldn’t have it and interrupted Newsome: “You need to be corrected. You need to be corrected based on what you’re saying. Don’t tell me, ‘I need to do this’ … say, ‘We need to do this.’”

    Gotta give Adams credit for standing up to the physically, but not intellectually formidable Chivona. Raising her fist and looking pissed doesn't increase the weight of her arguments (at least to normal people). Her physical mass and anger are only relevant to her Insulin dosage and projected lifespan.

    If Adams can do half of what he's promising, that'll make NYC 200% better.

    Replies: @Old Prude, @acementhead, @Sick of Orcs

    There once was a gal named Chivona,
    whose face was the cure for a bona
    Lasting more than four hours
    The extent of her powers
    Made the hardest of steels soft as foama.

  46. The riots are on Biden’s watch, so they are riots. On Trump’s watch they were Mostly Peaceful Protests ™.

    By now the Democrats must be realizing that a very high percentage of the American population is about done with them. Another few months of rioting will push the rest of us over the edge.

    What the rioters don’t realize is how utterly useless they are. They know nothing, own nothing, produce nothing. Their best friend is the very society they are rioting against. The law and order society that sends some of them to jail also pays for their welfare checks.

    The alternative to the society they’re rioting against isn’t free shit for everyone. It’s no more food stamps, no more welfare, and communities policed by people like Kyle Rittenhouse, which is looking more appealing to the rest of us by the minute.

  47. @JohnnyWalker123
    Damn.

    https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1458650635574943745

    Replies: @Paleo Liberal, @Ralph L, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @Brutusale

    Ah, Jabbar. Another proud black Muslim who can’t stay away from the snow bunnies.

  48. @John Milton's Ghost
    The big thing among the millennial left is to challenge terms constantly. AOC got pissy with James Carville by saying "woke" is a phrase only old people use. Never mind she helped popularize it this past decade.

    AOC's "Squad" similarly called themselves the Squad, then got angry when Trump successfully mocked them using that name.

    Critical Race Theory? Yes that's what we believe. Wait, no that's not the right term, it doesn't exist or doesn't exist here.

    And pronouns? I'm xer. No Xym. No she/they. No today I'm he. And fuck you, bigot.

    So I suspect riot will be OK again, just to keep the norms and squares uncomfortable, and to make the mainstream media dance to the insanity of the wokest of woke.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Nicholas Stix

    blacks started this.

    When I was a kid (1960s), ordinary blacks and Whites alike said “colored,” and fancy-pants types of both races said “negro.”

    Then blacks started ordering Whites every few years to change how they addressed them, while using diminutive terms like “caucasian” for “White,” which were contemporary with “negroid,” but if a White said “negroid,” he was a Klansman.

    Meanwhile, over the past 30-odd (or is it 60-odd, or 100-odd?) years or more, blacks obsessively say “n—-r” in public, daring Whites to say it, and frequently lie, and claim that Whites called them it.

    Sometimes, blacks will call a White “n—-r” and assault him, and then tell sympathetic White prosecutors that the White called them the n-word. The prosecutors will take the racist blacks’ word for it, even if a witness backed up the White vic.

  49. @International Jew

    There will be riots, there will be fire and there will be bloodshed
     
    Can you say that?

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix

    Long ago, when we were a nation of laws, it was called making terroristic threats, and it was a crime.

  50. @fish
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    "The only hope for NYC is that Eric Adams takes this as a challenge to his manhood."


    I imagine that whomever holds his leash will let him know "who/whom" in fairly short order.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix

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