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Remember when society’s systemic bias favoring Straight White Males caused a black cop to shoot an armed black criminal in Milwaukee in August, setting off another BLM riot protest (with Undocumented Weave Shopping)? It was briefly alluded to at the VP debate:

PENCE: Senator, when African-American police officers involved in a police action shooting involving an African-American, why would Hillary Clinton accuse that African-American police officer of implicit bias?

KAINE: Well, I guess I can’t believe you are defending the position that there is no bias and it’s a topic we don’t even…

(CROSSTALK)

The next day there were numerous learned articles explaining that our culture’s Implicit Bias and Systemic Racism causes even black cops to shoot black crooks. It’s like a giant conspiracy theory. But it’s not a theory, it’s Science. It’s Conspiracy Science!

But now we can see how deep the sickness of Institutionalized Straight White Maleism goes in our culture: the black cop who shot the black crook in Milwaukee wasn’t just a black cop, he’s a also a black gay criminal! And yet even a gay black isn’t immune from the horrors perpetrated on the collective subconscious by Straight White Men.

From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel:

Police officer in Sherman Park shooting charged with sexual assault

John Diedrich and Ashley Luthern , Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 5:17 p.m. CDT October 20, 2016

The Milwaukee police officer who fatally shot Sylville Smith in the Sherman Park neighborhood in August sat in a bar a day later, watching coverage of the violent unrest that followed and said he did “whatever (he) wanted without repercussions,” according to a criminal complaint charging the officer with sexual assault released Thursday.

Officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown made those comments to a man Heaggan-Brown would sexually assault hours later after the man became heavily intoxicated, the complaint said.

Heaggan-Brown, 24, is charged with two counts of felony second-degree sexual assault, and two counts of prostitution, a misdemeanor. He also is charged with one felony count of possessing or distributing a recording of nudity without consent.

After the alleged assault on Aug. 14, Heaggan-Brown texted police Sgt. Joseph Hall, whom he considered a mentor: “Need your help big time… (Expletive) up big time… But need to handle this the most secret and right way possible,” according to the complaint.

Heaggan-Brown told Hall the sex was consensual, “but admitted that (alleged victim) was drunk and had ‘medical issues,'” it said.

Prosecutors allege Heaggan-Brown assaulted a second man, who also was intoxicated, on July 30, and took pictures without his consent. In addition, the complaint says that Heaggan-Brown paid for sex with men on two different occasions last year and this summer. The incidents all occurred at Heaggan-Brown’s home, it said.

The seven-page complaint portrays the young officer as a sexual predator who assaulted men after drinking with them, paying other men for sex and boasting about special privileges he had.

The sexual assault counts are unrelated to the shooting, which remains under investigation. …

A man said he met Heaggan-Brown through Facebook in July because he was looking for another musician to help with his music. Heaggan-Brown is a rapper.

Of course he is. And not just an aspiring rapper, may I add.

The two exchanged text messages with Heaggan-Brown trying to meet him. On Aug. 14, 2016 — the day after the Smith shooting — Heaggan-Brown sent a text asking again to meet up. The man agreed. Heaggan-Brown picked up the man and took him to a bar around 11 p.m. Aug. 14.

They went to the Eastsider, on E. North Ave. The owner, Jason Growel, told the Journal Sentinel Thursday that Heaggan-Brown was a regular at the bar. Growel said he cooperated with detectives looking into the assaults, which did not occur in the bar. Growel said he last saw Heaggan-Brown two weeks ago and they did not discuss the investigation.

According to the complaint, Heaggan-Brown talked to the bartender shortly after the two arrived on Aug. 14. Heaggan-Brown told the man that the bar did not sell Hennessy, but the bar keeps it on hand for him.

Although the man said he didn’t usually drink, the bartender served him a Long Island iced tea. The man later told police he thought he drank two Long Island iced teas, three shots of Hennessy and a “pink drink.” Heaggan-Brown and the man sat at the bar and watched TV coverage of the Sherman Park unrest and protests.

The man said Heaggan-Brown “bragged about being able to do whatever (he) wanted without repercussions.”

Heaggan-Brown also said he was “the boss and there are no limitations on how (he) lives.”

The man told police he had trouble recalling what happened after he left the bar with Heaggan-Brown but said he remembered waking up to Heaggan-Brown raping him.

The man said he felt drugged during the assault. Hospital staff noted the man was beginning to cry and looked extremely traumatized as he recounted what happened.

Heaggan-Brown said he and the man had been at the bar and when the man began to act “weird and unresponsive,” he brought the man to the hospital.

Hours after the man was hospitalized, at 9:21 a.m. Aug. 15, Heaggan-Brown sent the text to Hall asking for his help. When the sergeant met with Heaggan-Brown, Heaggan-Brown claimed the sex was consensual but also said the man was drunk.

Crime lab analysts later estimated the man had a blood-alcohol level between 0.19 and 0.23.

The victim went to a hospital about 4:20 a.m. Aug. 15. Heaggan-Brown reported the man had drank too much and was “completely out, zonked out of his ground.” The man “flipped out” when he saw Heaggan-Brown in the hospital and told the staff “he raped me.”

In the second assault, according to the complaint, Heaggan-Brown went to a strip club with a group on July 30 including the alleged victim, who became very intoxicated. He woke up the next morning at Heaggan-Brown’s home in bed next to the officer, with no memory of how he got there.

The man later found photos of Heaggan-Brown having sexual contact with him while he was passed out.

During the investigation, Milwaukee police searched Heaggan-Brown’s cell phone and found text messages indicating he was also attempting to pay money in exchange for sex.

The phone also had a video of Heaggan-Brown having sex with another person who recalled to police making “a couple hundred dollars” from Heaggan-Brown in exchange for sex. …

The fatal police shooting touched off two nights of violent unrest in the Sherman Park neighborhood, which many observers said had its roots in decades of systematic problems including segregation and poverty. During those two nights, eight businesses were torched, at least six squad cars were damaged, at least four officers were injured and two teens were wounded in separate shootings. Authorities estimated the damage at several millions of dollars.

Reporter Bruce Vielmetti contributed to this report.

As Hillary has repeatedly called, Steps Must Be Taken to root out the scourges of white racism and heterosexism from the deepest recesses of our minds.

 
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  1. Is “We need our weevs” a Freudian slip?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weev

    • Replies: @gruff
    @MC

    I want to give your comment the TROLL tag.

    Replies: @MC

  2. The left might say that implicit bias is so powerful it turns black officers/teachers and so on into racists, but I think Chris Rock covered the real reason 20 years ago:

  3. The man said Heaggan-Brown “bragged about being able to do whatever (he) wanted without repercussions.”

    That might indeed be the result. Future headline: “Heaggan-Brown was released today with an apology from all involved.”

    Cops benefit from quite a bit of immunity and good will; Black cops even more so. It is not surprising that many take advantage.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @bomag


    Cops benefit from quite a bit of immunity and good will
     
    As they should. It really varies quite a bit on location however. It is strongest in middle and upper class suburbs, weakest in places like Oakland and Chicago that have both large black populations and a pre-existing left-wing power structure.

    You see so much negative stuff about police in the media, but my interactions with them has always been very positive. Even when I have been hit with speeding tickets and some minor scrapes with the law back when I was a kid.

    I also was a witness in a criminal case a few years ago, and every officer acted with complete professionalism, not just toward me, but also toward both the victim and the perp.

    I am a fan and booster of the San Diego police.

    Here are some things I've learned over the years, I hope other iStevers will follow this advice, and also expand these points based on their own experiences.

    1. I report issues frequently on the non-emergency police line (619-531-2000, one of the few numbers I have memorized). Put it on speed dial even if you know the number. That way when driving you can quickly autodial just by activating OK-Google or Siri and saying "Call Police."

    2. Once you've done a few neighborhood watch type calls, you get better at doing them quick and easy.

    When you call, have physical descriptions of the person or vehicle, including license plates color, and make/model, ready to give. The dispatchers prefer a mentally rehearsed "Hispanic male, about 40, about 5-7, medium build, blue jeans and long-sleeve red shirt" to "Um... I think he was hispanic, kinda short.... maybe he was wearing jeans."

    It just takes a little practice. I think especially the male brain tends not to remember what random people on the street are wearing, even if you get a good look at them. Heck I don't know what I wore to work yesterday.

    3. You may be able to report some issues online. Figure out which ones, and use Internet reporting when possible.

    4. Go to community meetings to let police officers know you think they are doing a great job and appreciate their service. I bet after dealing with people full of complaints and criminals all day, a bit of unqualified praise from a citizen goes a long way.

    5. Be aware of suspicious vehicles around where you live and work, and know who to report them to. In California, expired registration should be reported to local police, and is San Diego this may be done online. In many cases they are driven by illegals and/or people with suspended drivers licenses or no car insurance.

    A separate problem we have is people who move here and keep their out-of-state license plate. Doing so is not only illegal, but also lets them evade our vehicle fees and taxes and our smog check requirements, and could also mean, even if they have car insurance, the claim will not be paid if they injure someone because they did not report their change of address to their insurance company.

    I've noticed some likely illegals who drive using out of state plates. They might have purchased a junker for $2000 in cash in Oregon, and are afraid or unwilling to properly register the vehicle in California, though I highly doubt our state government would care if the people who do this are illegal). Unlike expired registrations, out-of-state plates on residents' cares is reported to the Highway Patrol, and can be done online here:

    https://www.chp.ca.gov/notify-chp

    6. Know when to call 911, and don't be afraid to do so. To give an example, one time I saw an especially filthy bum passed out drunk on the sidewalk. I used the non-emergency line, waited on hold for 5 minutes, but was then told by the dispatcher this is a potential medical issue too, so I should hang up and call 911 instead.

    7. If you are a fit man, know the rules for citizens arrest in your state. I have never done this myself, but am prepared if the situation is warranted. Here are the rules in California:

    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Citizen's-Arrest-in-California

    Here is a much more detailed article:

    http://le.alcoda.org/publications/files/CITIZENSARREST.pdf

    I would add to this, when making the citizen's arrest, inform the person that if they resist or flee while waiting for the police, they will be charged for resisting or evading arrest. I would add further, do not try to do this when even slightly drunk to avoid civil liability for wrongful arrest.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Mr. Anon

  4. You couldn’t make this shit up.

  5. Most of these situations where cops can do whatever they want and never face consequences are created by Democratic political machines fueled by police unions.

  6. The guy was chillin in a bar watching the bloody riot he caused bragging about being able to do whatever he wanted without repercussions to the dude he later raped. Only in America.

    • Replies: @Flinders Petrie
    @Pat Casey

    Because racism!

  7. Dominique? I wonder if giving your boy a faggy name can influence him into becoming gay?

    Nah.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Daniel H

    I liked Johnny Cash, but that song blows dead dogs.

    , @Brutusale
    @Daniel H

    I've got $20 that says he was named for a basketball player from the Atlanta Hawks whose nickname was The Human Highlight Film.

  8. The diversity freaks in government define a Nazi or white supremacist as much more than a Straight White Male
    .

    The US and Israel governments enforce superior entitlements for Nazi-oppressed class people, and demonization of people that fit a Nazi profile that is defined as the oppressor counterpart of federally protected class people:

    African American oppressed by White
    Alternate Lifestyle oppressed by Straight
    Asian oppressed by Occidental
    Disabled oppressed by Healthy
    Hispanic & Latino oppressed by Gringo
    Jewish oppressed by Gentile
    Native American oppressed by Paleface
    Women oppressed by Males
    Muslim oppressed by Christian

    A Nazi is a combination of all the attributes of the oppressor classes:

    White-Straight-Occidental-Healthy-Gringo-Gentile-Paleface-Male-Christian

    • Replies: @(((Owen)))
    @Joe Franklin

    You left out the villainous cis-gendered Americans.

    Trans-gendered oppressed by cis-gendered

  9. Heaggan-Brown reported the man had drank too much and was “completely out, zonked out of his ground.”

    ‘Had drank’?

    ‘Zonked out of his ground’?

    What a surfeit of high-quality journalistic professionalism packed into just one sentence.

  10. @Pat Casey
    The guy was chillin in a bar watching the bloody riot he caused bragging about being able to do whatever he wanted without repercussions to the dude he later raped. Only in America.

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie

    Because racism!

  11. I can’t say this inspires me to have much confidence in the judgment Heaggan-Brown exercised in the shooting. If I was a BLM protester in the area, having the deceased be an armed criminal would be a bit of a hurdle, so this is the kind of thing I’d like to be attributed to the officer responsible.

  12. To recap, a black guy wakes up in a hospital after being rufeed and sodomized. The perp: a black cop who just shot a black criminal the day before, sparking black riots. Why? White people

    • Replies: @Flinders Petrie
    @Flinders Petrie

    The twisted irony is that, actually, whites ARE the root cause, because only in a society built by white people would such a preposterous scenario ever play out.

  13. @bomag

    The man said Heaggan-Brown “bragged about being able to do whatever (he) wanted without repercussions.”
     
    That might indeed be the result. Future headline: "Heaggan-Brown was released today with an apology from all involved."

    Cops benefit from quite a bit of immunity and good will; Black cops even more so. It is not surprising that many take advantage.

    Replies: @Lot

    Cops benefit from quite a bit of immunity and good will

    As they should. It really varies quite a bit on location however. It is strongest in middle and upper class suburbs, weakest in places like Oakland and Chicago that have both large black populations and a pre-existing left-wing power structure.

    You see so much negative stuff about police in the media, but my interactions with them has always been very positive. Even when I have been hit with speeding tickets and some minor scrapes with the law back when I was a kid.

    I also was a witness in a criminal case a few years ago, and every officer acted with complete professionalism, not just toward me, but also toward both the victim and the perp.

    I am a fan and booster of the San Diego police.

    Here are some things I’ve learned over the years, I hope other iStevers will follow this advice, and also expand these points based on their own experiences.

    1. I report issues frequently on the non-emergency police line (619-531-2000, one of the few numbers I have memorized). Put it on speed dial even if you know the number. That way when driving you can quickly autodial just by activating OK-Google or Siri and saying “Call Police.”

    2. Once you’ve done a few neighborhood watch type calls, you get better at doing them quick and easy.

    When you call, have physical descriptions of the person or vehicle, including license plates color, and make/model, ready to give. The dispatchers prefer a mentally rehearsed “Hispanic male, about 40, about 5-7, medium build, blue jeans and long-sleeve red shirt” to “Um… I think he was hispanic, kinda short…. maybe he was wearing jeans.”

    It just takes a little practice. I think especially the male brain tends not to remember what random people on the street are wearing, even if you get a good look at them. Heck I don’t know what I wore to work yesterday.

    3. You may be able to report some issues online. Figure out which ones, and use Internet reporting when possible.

    4. Go to community meetings to let police officers know you think they are doing a great job and appreciate their service. I bet after dealing with people full of complaints and criminals all day, a bit of unqualified praise from a citizen goes a long way.

    5. Be aware of suspicious vehicles around where you live and work, and know who to report them to. In California, expired registration should be reported to local police, and is San Diego this may be done online. In many cases they are driven by illegals and/or people with suspended drivers licenses or no car insurance.

    A separate problem we have is people who move here and keep their out-of-state license plate. Doing so is not only illegal, but also lets them evade our vehicle fees and taxes and our smog check requirements, and could also mean, even if they have car insurance, the claim will not be paid if they injure someone because they did not report their change of address to their insurance company.

    I’ve noticed some likely illegals who drive using out of state plates. They might have purchased a junker for $2000 in cash in Oregon, and are afraid or unwilling to properly register the vehicle in California, though I highly doubt our state government would care if the people who do this are illegal). Unlike expired registrations, out-of-state plates on residents’ cares is reported to the Highway Patrol, and can be done online here:

    https://www.chp.ca.gov/notify-chp

    6. Know when to call 911, and don’t be afraid to do so. To give an example, one time I saw an especially filthy bum passed out drunk on the sidewalk. I used the non-emergency line, waited on hold for 5 minutes, but was then told by the dispatcher this is a potential medical issue too, so I should hang up and call 911 instead.

    7. If you are a fit man, know the rules for citizens arrest in your state. I have never done this myself, but am prepared if the situation is warranted. Here are the rules in California:

    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Citizen’s-Arrest-in-California

    Here is a much more detailed article:

    http://le.alcoda.org/publications/files/CITIZENSARREST.pdf

    I would add to this, when making the citizen’s arrest, inform the person that if they resist or flee while waiting for the police, they will be charged for resisting or evading arrest. I would add further, do not try to do this when even slightly drunk to avoid civil liability for wrongful arrest.

    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @Lot

    I assume you were inspired by the "Gomer Pyle" episode,in which Gomer learns the technique of making a citizen's arrest,much to the consternation of Sgt. Carter! "Citizens arrest! Citizens arrest!"

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Lot

    ""Cops benefit from quite a bit of immunity and good will""

    "As they should."

    I have seen a lot of cops doing really dangerous and stupid things in traffic - pulling people over on blind curves, driving like yahoos, etc. It leads to the conclusion that a lot of them aren't that bright. I don't sympathise with the BLM crowd, but there are reasons why people might think the police are sometimes a problem. The War on Drugs has also led a lot of law enforcement agencies to act in ways that are high-handed, corrupt, and belligerent.

  14. @Flinders Petrie
    To recap, a black guy wakes up in a hospital after being rufeed and sodomized. The perp: a black cop who just shot a black criminal the day before, sparking black riots. Why? White people

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie

    The twisted irony is that, actually, whites ARE the root cause, because only in a society built by white people would such a preposterous scenario ever play out.

  15. I regret and beg forgiveness for my role,however unwitting,in this terrible tragedy which has been brought about by my white privilege. And cis gender stuff too.

    • LOL: Abe
  16. @Lot
    @bomag


    Cops benefit from quite a bit of immunity and good will
     
    As they should. It really varies quite a bit on location however. It is strongest in middle and upper class suburbs, weakest in places like Oakland and Chicago that have both large black populations and a pre-existing left-wing power structure.

    You see so much negative stuff about police in the media, but my interactions with them has always been very positive. Even when I have been hit with speeding tickets and some minor scrapes with the law back when I was a kid.

    I also was a witness in a criminal case a few years ago, and every officer acted with complete professionalism, not just toward me, but also toward both the victim and the perp.

    I am a fan and booster of the San Diego police.

    Here are some things I've learned over the years, I hope other iStevers will follow this advice, and also expand these points based on their own experiences.

    1. I report issues frequently on the non-emergency police line (619-531-2000, one of the few numbers I have memorized). Put it on speed dial even if you know the number. That way when driving you can quickly autodial just by activating OK-Google or Siri and saying "Call Police."

    2. Once you've done a few neighborhood watch type calls, you get better at doing them quick and easy.

    When you call, have physical descriptions of the person or vehicle, including license plates color, and make/model, ready to give. The dispatchers prefer a mentally rehearsed "Hispanic male, about 40, about 5-7, medium build, blue jeans and long-sleeve red shirt" to "Um... I think he was hispanic, kinda short.... maybe he was wearing jeans."

    It just takes a little practice. I think especially the male brain tends not to remember what random people on the street are wearing, even if you get a good look at them. Heck I don't know what I wore to work yesterday.

    3. You may be able to report some issues online. Figure out which ones, and use Internet reporting when possible.

    4. Go to community meetings to let police officers know you think they are doing a great job and appreciate their service. I bet after dealing with people full of complaints and criminals all day, a bit of unqualified praise from a citizen goes a long way.

    5. Be aware of suspicious vehicles around where you live and work, and know who to report them to. In California, expired registration should be reported to local police, and is San Diego this may be done online. In many cases they are driven by illegals and/or people with suspended drivers licenses or no car insurance.

    A separate problem we have is people who move here and keep their out-of-state license plate. Doing so is not only illegal, but also lets them evade our vehicle fees and taxes and our smog check requirements, and could also mean, even if they have car insurance, the claim will not be paid if they injure someone because they did not report their change of address to their insurance company.

    I've noticed some likely illegals who drive using out of state plates. They might have purchased a junker for $2000 in cash in Oregon, and are afraid or unwilling to properly register the vehicle in California, though I highly doubt our state government would care if the people who do this are illegal). Unlike expired registrations, out-of-state plates on residents' cares is reported to the Highway Patrol, and can be done online here:

    https://www.chp.ca.gov/notify-chp

    6. Know when to call 911, and don't be afraid to do so. To give an example, one time I saw an especially filthy bum passed out drunk on the sidewalk. I used the non-emergency line, waited on hold for 5 minutes, but was then told by the dispatcher this is a potential medical issue too, so I should hang up and call 911 instead.

    7. If you are a fit man, know the rules for citizens arrest in your state. I have never done this myself, but am prepared if the situation is warranted. Here are the rules in California:

    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Citizen's-Arrest-in-California

    Here is a much more detailed article:

    http://le.alcoda.org/publications/files/CITIZENSARREST.pdf

    I would add to this, when making the citizen's arrest, inform the person that if they resist or flee while waiting for the police, they will be charged for resisting or evading arrest. I would add further, do not try to do this when even slightly drunk to avoid civil liability for wrongful arrest.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Mr. Anon

    I assume you were inspired by the “Gomer Pyle” episode,in which Gomer learns the technique of making a citizen’s arrest,much to the consternation of Sgt. Carter! “Citizens arrest! Citizens arrest!”

  17. @Daniel H
    Dominique? I wonder if giving your boy a faggy name can influence him into becoming gay?

    Nah.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOHPuY88Ry4

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob, @Brutusale

    I liked Johnny Cash, but that song blows dead dogs.

  18. Milwaukee is about a half step away from being as messed up as the fictional Baltimore in The Wire.

    Nothing would surprise me about that place.

  19. Lot,

    I would help the police in an emergency; but you should not have to turn yourself into the local snitch to get decent treatment from them. But this is a bit of a distraction.

    The interesting point is how the media will present this story. It crosses a lot of the clearly defined lines that they have about all the evil straight/white/police vs the diverse.

    It should also make those on the altRight remember that the upstanding policeman who defends himself from a vicious black criminal may be a gay Bill Clinton. Life does not always conform to ideological expectations.

  20. Read Ann Barnhardt. Regarding the Ukranian Kulaks. The Ukranian farmers were denied seed, then punished-destroyed-tormented-crushed For not delivering their quota to their Bolshevik Overlords. Can’t happen here…

    • Replies: @Opinionator
    @Heisenberg

    Read Ann Barnhardt

    Is she German?

  21. @Heisenberg
    Read Ann Barnhardt. Regarding the Ukranian Kulaks. The Ukranian farmers were denied seed, then punished-destroyed-tormented-crushed For not delivering their quota to their Bolshevik Overlords. Can't happen here...

    Replies: @Opinionator

    Read Ann Barnhardt

    Is she German?

  22. One of the more deeply buried secrets about “minorities” and law enforcement in this country is that – unsurprisingly in light of civilian crime stats — “minority” officers are many times more likely than their White counterparts to be involved in displays of professional incompetence, police corruption, and even criminal activity. Affirmative action and the insane doctrine of disproportionate impact have made the problem much worse.

    My personal observations are that the problem doesn’t just exist within police agencies but across all first-responder agencies, and beyond that across all government agencies. I suspect that many who have had multiple contacts with low-level government clerks, e.g. interactions at the DMV, licensing agencies, the IRS, the TSA, etc., have experienced the problem first hand.

    • Replies: @Marty
    @Jus' Sayin'...

    On a Wednesday afternoon in 1993 I went to Candlestick Park to see this game:

    http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1993/B05050SFN1993.htm

    After the game, I drove to Berkeley. To beat the traffic, I took a "back way" approach to the Bay Bridge, along 2d St., as wily SF drivers customarily did. But I'd only recently returned from out of state, so I didn't know that this approach had been made HOV-only. I was waved down by a black CHP officer. When I reached for my ID, it wasn't there. I told him I'd just come from the game, and my wallet must have slipped out of my pocket. His response was a surly, "oh sure, you probably never even had a license." After getting my ticket,I drove back to the park, and the crew was sweeping up the trash. There was my wallet in a pile of popcorn. When I went to the hearing, the judge cut the $175 fine in half.

    , @BenKenobi
    @Jus' Sayin'...

    Affirmative Action is one of our fifth columns. It saps precious resources and blocks actual talent from rising.

    Replies: @Opinionator

  23. @Joe Franklin
    The diversity freaks in government define a Nazi or white supremacist as much more than a Straight White Male
    .


    The US and Israel governments enforce superior entitlements for Nazi-oppressed class people, and demonization of people that fit a Nazi profile that is defined as the oppressor counterpart of federally protected class people:


    African American oppressed by White
    Alternate Lifestyle oppressed by Straight
    Asian oppressed by Occidental
    Disabled oppressed by Healthy
    Hispanic & Latino oppressed by Gringo
    Jewish oppressed by Gentile
    Native American oppressed by Paleface
    Women oppressed by Males
    Muslim oppressed by Christian


    A Nazi is a combination of all the attributes of the oppressor classes:

    White-Straight-Occidental-Healthy-Gringo-Gentile-Paleface-Male-Christian

    Replies: @(((Owen)))

    You left out the villainous cis-gendered Americans.

    Trans-gendered oppressed by cis-gendered

  24. Better yet read Robert Conquest’s Harvest of Sorrow. Ukrainians were starving to death while Stalin was exporting grain.

  25. Marty [AKA "coot veal or cot deal"] says:
    @Jus' Sayin'...
    One of the more deeply buried secrets about "minorities" and law enforcement in this country is that - unsurprisingly in light of civilian crime stats -- "minority" officers are many times more likely than their White counterparts to be involved in displays of professional incompetence, police corruption, and even criminal activity. Affirmative action and the insane doctrine of disproportionate impact have made the problem much worse.

    My personal observations are that the problem doesn't just exist within police agencies but across all first-responder agencies, and beyond that across all government agencies. I suspect that many who have had multiple contacts with low-level government clerks, e.g. interactions at the DMV, licensing agencies, the IRS, the TSA, etc., have experienced the problem first hand.

    Replies: @Marty, @BenKenobi

    On a Wednesday afternoon in 1993 I went to Candlestick Park to see this game:

    http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/1993/B05050SFN1993.htm

    After the game, I drove to Berkeley. To beat the traffic, I took a “back way” approach to the Bay Bridge, along 2d St., as wily SF drivers customarily did. But I’d only recently returned from out of state, so I didn’t know that this approach had been made HOV-only. I was waved down by a black CHP officer. When I reached for my ID, it wasn’t there. I told him I’d just come from the game, and my wallet must have slipped out of my pocket. His response was a surly, “oh sure, you probably never even had a license.” After getting my ticket,I drove back to the park, and the crew was sweeping up the trash. There was my wallet in a pile of popcorn. When I went to the hearing, the judge cut the $175 fine in half.

  26. What is going on with all these hogros, as Priss used to call them, suddenly turning up everywhere!

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @5371

    I miss the Priss Factory. He should be reinstated.

  27. Anonymous [AKA "Black Dog"] says:

    This has to be the blackest story of all-time.

  28. @Jus' Sayin'...
    One of the more deeply buried secrets about "minorities" and law enforcement in this country is that - unsurprisingly in light of civilian crime stats -- "minority" officers are many times more likely than their White counterparts to be involved in displays of professional incompetence, police corruption, and even criminal activity. Affirmative action and the insane doctrine of disproportionate impact have made the problem much worse.

    My personal observations are that the problem doesn't just exist within police agencies but across all first-responder agencies, and beyond that across all government agencies. I suspect that many who have had multiple contacts with low-level government clerks, e.g. interactions at the DMV, licensing agencies, the IRS, the TSA, etc., have experienced the problem first hand.

    Replies: @Marty, @BenKenobi

    Affirmative Action is one of our fifth columns. It saps precious resources and blocks actual talent from rising.

    • Replies: @Opinionator
    @BenKenobi

    It also keeps blacks from seeking to change the political/economic/immigration system?

  29. It seems to me that black cops are more likely to engage in this abuse of power / cover up stuff, but I don’t have the stats to back it up. The type of stuff that was more common before they began professionalizing the police and the guys hired before the 80s retired. Could be, as it is in vogue to say, confirmation bias.

  30. Greg Cochran’s theory of systemic racism acting as substitute witchcraft is extremely persuasive. Would somebody please tell this to Stephen Miller (stat) so his boss gets the memo? I’m a little frightened by the campaign’s call for a ‘new Civil Rights movement’. Beleaguered white Americans all across the fruited plain are – rightfully – scared to death by our rapid descent into a balkanized Third World country. And there’s nowhere left, really, for the white working class to escape anymore.

    And I’m pretty sure making aliya to Israel requires a blood test and various rabbinical affidavits of ancestral Jewishness, so neocon escape plans remain untenable for those of us lacking a second home country.

  31. @MC
    Is "We need our weevs" a Freudian slip?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weev

    Replies: @gruff

    I want to give your comment the TROLL tag.

    • Replies: @MC
    @gruff

    I was just teasing because he originally misspelled it.

  32. Anonymous [AKA "Plebesly"] says:

    I am a police officer in a mid sized southern city, and I can say definitively that black cops are way more likely to be corrupt than white cops.

    In my time on the department, there have been two white officers who caught criminal cases: one for perjury (lied on a search warrant affidavit in order to get a known dope dealer) and one for soliciting a prostitute. In the same time, there have been three black officers who caught cases: one for armed robbery (pulled over illegals while on duty, and then took their money) one for trafficking in cocaine (made a deal to deliver a kilo of cocaine for somebody), and one for pawning city property because he needed money ( his service pistol and shotgun, if you can believe it).

    This is in a department with no more than 15% black officers versus 80% white officers. Also notice the relative seriousness of the offenses.

    Also worth mentioning is the “lazy slug” factor. Probably 60% of the black officers on my department are lazy or incompetent. Yes there are white officers who are equally lazy and stupid, but it is at a much lower rate, probably 20%. Obviously this sort of thing is a lot harder to quantify.

    While there are hard working, competent, and admirable black officers (my partner is one such), the ratios are all wrong. For every good black cop there is probably one who is dirty, and three or four who are useless. Furthermore, the good black cops hate working in black neighborhoods because of the “Uncle Tom” hostility they get from the population. When BLM finally gets the segregated black cops for black neighborhoods police force it wants, they will get a corrupt and inefficient force.

    Just like every country in Africa.

  33. @Lot
    @bomag


    Cops benefit from quite a bit of immunity and good will
     
    As they should. It really varies quite a bit on location however. It is strongest in middle and upper class suburbs, weakest in places like Oakland and Chicago that have both large black populations and a pre-existing left-wing power structure.

    You see so much negative stuff about police in the media, but my interactions with them has always been very positive. Even when I have been hit with speeding tickets and some minor scrapes with the law back when I was a kid.

    I also was a witness in a criminal case a few years ago, and every officer acted with complete professionalism, not just toward me, but also toward both the victim and the perp.

    I am a fan and booster of the San Diego police.

    Here are some things I've learned over the years, I hope other iStevers will follow this advice, and also expand these points based on their own experiences.

    1. I report issues frequently on the non-emergency police line (619-531-2000, one of the few numbers I have memorized). Put it on speed dial even if you know the number. That way when driving you can quickly autodial just by activating OK-Google or Siri and saying "Call Police."

    2. Once you've done a few neighborhood watch type calls, you get better at doing them quick and easy.

    When you call, have physical descriptions of the person or vehicle, including license plates color, and make/model, ready to give. The dispatchers prefer a mentally rehearsed "Hispanic male, about 40, about 5-7, medium build, blue jeans and long-sleeve red shirt" to "Um... I think he was hispanic, kinda short.... maybe he was wearing jeans."

    It just takes a little practice. I think especially the male brain tends not to remember what random people on the street are wearing, even if you get a good look at them. Heck I don't know what I wore to work yesterday.

    3. You may be able to report some issues online. Figure out which ones, and use Internet reporting when possible.

    4. Go to community meetings to let police officers know you think they are doing a great job and appreciate their service. I bet after dealing with people full of complaints and criminals all day, a bit of unqualified praise from a citizen goes a long way.

    5. Be aware of suspicious vehicles around where you live and work, and know who to report them to. In California, expired registration should be reported to local police, and is San Diego this may be done online. In many cases they are driven by illegals and/or people with suspended drivers licenses or no car insurance.

    A separate problem we have is people who move here and keep their out-of-state license plate. Doing so is not only illegal, but also lets them evade our vehicle fees and taxes and our smog check requirements, and could also mean, even if they have car insurance, the claim will not be paid if they injure someone because they did not report their change of address to their insurance company.

    I've noticed some likely illegals who drive using out of state plates. They might have purchased a junker for $2000 in cash in Oregon, and are afraid or unwilling to properly register the vehicle in California, though I highly doubt our state government would care if the people who do this are illegal). Unlike expired registrations, out-of-state plates on residents' cares is reported to the Highway Patrol, and can be done online here:

    https://www.chp.ca.gov/notify-chp

    6. Know when to call 911, and don't be afraid to do so. To give an example, one time I saw an especially filthy bum passed out drunk on the sidewalk. I used the non-emergency line, waited on hold for 5 minutes, but was then told by the dispatcher this is a potential medical issue too, so I should hang up and call 911 instead.

    7. If you are a fit man, know the rules for citizens arrest in your state. I have never done this myself, but am prepared if the situation is warranted. Here are the rules in California:

    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Citizen's-Arrest-in-California

    Here is a much more detailed article:

    http://le.alcoda.org/publications/files/CITIZENSARREST.pdf

    I would add to this, when making the citizen's arrest, inform the person that if they resist or flee while waiting for the police, they will be charged for resisting or evading arrest. I would add further, do not try to do this when even slightly drunk to avoid civil liability for wrongful arrest.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Mr. Anon

    “”Cops benefit from quite a bit of immunity and good will””

    “As they should.”

    I have seen a lot of cops doing really dangerous and stupid things in traffic – pulling people over on blind curves, driving like yahoos, etc. It leads to the conclusion that a lot of them aren’t that bright. I don’t sympathise with the BLM crowd, but there are reasons why people might think the police are sometimes a problem. The War on Drugs has also led a lot of law enforcement agencies to act in ways that are high-handed, corrupt, and belligerent.

  34. From Slate:

    “At the same time, Silicon Valley’s myths of meritocracy and tolerance have been undermined by critics who point to the overwhelming whiteness, maleness, and Ivy Leagueness of its brain trust.”

    Overwhelming whiteness is “proof” that meritocracy is not in place.

  35. In times where The Onion and Salon are competing over the same demographics,it’s getting almost impossible for a satire to stay relevant;

    Heaggan-Brown’s name and résumé sound like something that creeped straight from Thomas Kennerly’s homburg.

    What We Really Need is Our Weavesection of the Current Year, Mr. Wolfe!

  36. @BenKenobi
    @Jus' Sayin'...

    Affirmative Action is one of our fifth columns. It saps precious resources and blocks actual talent from rising.

    Replies: @Opinionator

    It also keeps blacks from seeking to change the political/economic/immigration system?

  37. “We Need Our Weaves” —- Steve I think many readers don’t get the reference which is a classic when it comes to racial madness/rioting/mindless fulminating. “We Need Our Weaves” comes at 12 seconds in. Weave(s) might be singular or plural, she doesn’t care.

  38. @5371
    What is going on with all these hogros, as Priss used to call them, suddenly turning up everywhere!

    Replies: @Clyde

    I miss the Priss Factory. He should be reinstated.

  39. Un-frickin’-real. America 2016: Down the Rabbit Hole with Alice.

    I’m not sure if it would be more appropriate to quote the Good Book (“When the blind leadeth the blind…”) or Mick Jagger (“every cop is a criminal/and all the sinners, saints…”)

  40. I think his real curse was starting life with a hyphenated last name.

  41. Scientific Hysteria

    Scientific Paranoia

    Progressive Panic

    More Evolved Neurosis

    Sacred Premise matters.

    A rational premise is debatable.

    A sacred or holy premise is not. It is faith of the land.

    A Sacred Premise is blacks are holy and all negative views of blacks was due to white bigotry.

    So, with such premise, we must believe blacks are blameless. So, when something goes wrong, we need to find OTHER reasons.

  42. Why don’t conservatives say to the other side, “Look, big cities are Democratic-run, and you Liberals instituted these tough anti-crime policies against blacks. So why blame us? YOU fix the problem in areas dominated by YOUR political machine.”

  43. @Daniel H
    Dominique? I wonder if giving your boy a faggy name can influence him into becoming gay?

    Nah.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOHPuY88Ry4

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob, @Brutusale

    I’ve got $20 that says he was named for a basketball player from the Atlanta Hawks whose nickname was The Human Highlight Film.

  44. @gruff
    @MC

    I want to give your comment the TROLL tag.

    Replies: @MC

    I was just teasing because he originally misspelled it.

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