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2020 has seen the sanctification of a sizable number of Martyrs to White Racism, such as George Floyd and his many peers. The latest one, the knife guy in Philadelphia, was exceptionally saintly. From NBC Philadelphia (by the way, my new motto is: “If there is hope, it lies in the local if-it-bleeds-it-leads newscasts”):

Walter Wallace Jr. Struggled With Mental Health Issues, Family Says

“Depression is real. That’s something that we have to look at as a society. How we engage and we interact when those happen. How the police respond when you deal with a crisis situation.”

By NBC10 Staff • Published 3 hours ago • Updated 38 mins ago

A day after he was shot and killed by two police officers, sparking protests and a night of civil unrest in Philadelphia, family members of Walter Wallace Jr. are speaking out, describing him as a husband, father and aspiring musician who struggled with mental health issues.

“Mental health is real,” Sam White, Wallace’s cousin, told NBC10. “Depression is real. That’s something that we have to look at as a society. How we engage and we interact when those happen. How the police respond when you deal with a crisis situation.”

On Monday Philadelphia police responded to reports of a person screaming as well as a report of a 27-year-old male assaulting an elderly female at a home on the 6100 block of Locust Street. …

Fitzhugh told NBC10 Wallace struggled with mental health issues and was taking medication. He said his cousin was having a mental breakdown Monday when a family member called police.

… Fitzhugh told NBC10 he believes the officers should’ve used tasers instead of guns. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said Monday that neither officer was equipped with a taser and not all police officers in the city carry them. …

Fitzhugh stopped short of calling the shooting racially motivated but described a video he had seen of white officers dealing with a mentally ill white man who was armed with a knife that didn’t result in the man’s death.

“I don’t want to say they were racist cops and they shot him because he was Black,” Fitzhugh said. “What I’m saying is if he was of a different nationality, would ya’ll have used that same choice? I don’t know what was going on through their heads.”

Wallace was a 27-year-old father of seven who had just gotten married this month.

“These are all school-aged children so now his children have to grow up knowing that the police officers killed [their] father,” Fitzhugh said.

White was also an aspiring rapper.

“He’s a kid who wanted to be a musician,” White said. “He loved music. That’s what he loved and that’s what his aspirations were. So no matter what that looks like, his dreams are deferred, his dreams were cut down because he got murdered in the streets last night.”

Court records also reveal Wallace’s extensive criminal history.

He was arrested in March after he allegedly threatened his child’s mother over the phone, saying “I’ll shoot you and that house up.”

In 2019, he was charged with resisting arrest by “kicking the windows and door panels of a police patrol car.”

In 2016, during a robbery, he allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and held what she believed to be a gun to her head, according to court records.

In 2013, Wallace’s mother had a protective order against him which he allegedly violated when he “threw water in her face and punched her in the face” and “threatened to return and shoot” her, according to court records.

Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said she was unsure if the officers who responded Monday had ever interacted with Wallace before. The police dispatch prior to the shooting indicated that police were familiar with the home on the 6100 block of Locust.

“Tell the officers to use caution in responding to this,” the dispatcher said. “It’s an ongoing domestic issue going on up there.”

If you have 7 kids like Wallace or 6 like Jacob Blake in Kenosha, maybe getting yourself shot by the police is your financial plan for being a good provider?

From iSteve commenter Alec Leamas (hard at work):

I think the tacit accord between the low part of the Democratic coalition (i.e., underclass blacks) and the high part of the Democratic coalition (the Press, UMC types, suburban AWFLS) is that the police should in many circumstances sacrifice themselves bodily for the sake of racial harmony. In this case, so maybe one or both officers would have been maimed or killed, but in the latter case we would have had a nice memorial and some beef and beer fundraisers for their kids’ college fund. They’d be remembered fondly as heroes and everything would quickly return to the status quo ante.

The blacks seem to want to be left alone to live in a parallel society outside of legal norms, while the high Democratic coalition members don’t seem to want to be bothered with the gritty edges of life and want to disclaim knowledge of what it takes to keep the underclass in some sort of check so that they themselves can have nice things. The latter seem to have about as much interest in knowing about the day to day act of policing as they do about garbage men or septic tank cleaners – they seem to really not want to be bothered to think about the sights, sounds, smells, and blood-and-bone nature of the whole affair.

The solution of the high end of the coalition seems to be to throw cops into the volcano from time to time in order to preserve their own ignorance and innocence.

Update: A second night of Retail Reparations is going on in Philadelphia:

 
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  1. “Wallace was a 27-year-old father of seven who had just gotten married this month.”

    He sure ain’t no Philander.

  2. Are there any people in the hood who are NOT aspiring rappers? They should just assume that you are an aspiring rapper and only note it if you AREN’T.

    Wallace was a 27-year-old father of seven who had just gotten married this month.

    So glad that he has made a mighty contribution to the gene pool. He really doesn’t sound like a classic schizophrenic. I’m guessing that he was just crazed with drugs. We’ll see what the toxicology says, not that it will make any difference.

    • Replies: @Polynikes
    @Jack D

    Some are aspiring SCOTUS justices.

    , @newrouter
    @Jack D

    rapper = bullshit artist with cadence

    , @anon
    @Jack D

    My favorite part is “'He’s a kid who wanted to be a musician,' White said. 'He loved music.'"

    Well, who doesn't like music? Except for deaf people, I guess, or those few people who have that weird disorder where their brains can't process music (I think it was Vladmir Nabokov who was like that.), who doesn't like music?

    When you try to find something, anything good to say about someone, and the only thing you can come up with is "He liked music!", it's a sign that you're dealing with a dirtbag of truly memorable proportions.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @SteveRogers42, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin

    , @Lot
    @Jack D

    “Aspiring rapper” top news hits on DDG:

    Hires hitman to kill mother

    https://chicago.suntimes.com/crime/2020/1/31/21117549/qawmane-wilson-sentencing-hitman-mother-matricide-yolanda-holmes-eugene-spencer

    Found dead in trunk of friend’s car

    https://www.wpxi.com/news/trending/aspiring-rapper-found-dead-trunk-longtime-friend/4QVNPUHI3BHKHNT6MZRJRA4QFQ/

    Rapes and murders Israeli student (this one looks like an Abo):

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6609341/Prime-Minister-Scott-Morrison-meet-Aiia-Maasarwes-father.html

    Killed in fight over a Hot Pocket:

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/lawsuit-man-killed-in-a-fight-over-a-hot-pocket-sandwich

    Killed by a jealous ex husband:

    https://news.yahoo.com/friends-grieve-death-aspiring-rapper-185231999.html

    Killed by 2 men on a moped:

    https://www.pix11.com/news/local-news/manhattan/aspiring-rapper-fatally-shot-by-2-men-on-moped-in-washington-heights-law-enforcement-source

    Held on $1 million bond after making YouTubes threatening a variety of local politicians:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/aspiring-rapper-eric-chicago-blaxican-jaglicic-charged-with-threatening-illinois-ag-kwame-raoul-top-deputy-former-ag-lisa-madigan/ar-BB179MWx

    Kills Nipsy Hussle, an actual rapper.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6885285/Nipsey-Hussle-murder-suspect-aspiring-rapper-sang-body-bags-shootings-murder.html

    Replies: @anon

    , @Travis
    @Jack D

    true, schizophrenics are usually unable to get laid and obtain girlfriends or wives.

    , @Neoconned
    @Jack D

    I used to live in the hood.

    Probably.....and I'm being serious....every 3rd or 4th black dude under 40 is "an aspiring musician or rapper"....

    A few do well as musicians on side projects but 80 to 90% of the serious ones go nowhere.

    Replies: @Thomas

  3. Forget it Jake, it’s Locust Street.

  4. Tucker Carlson just did one of the most important and news worthy interviews in a decade, at least. If Biden wins the election they’ll use it to put Kamala in the Whitehouse.

    • Replies: @fnn
    @Polynikes

    He sounds like he went to prep school in Switzerland. Rootless cosmopolitan and ex-US Navy officer and current financier goes out a limb to save Trump's a**.

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    , @Tono Bungay
    @Polynikes

    Got a link, Polynikes?

    , @AndrewR
    @Polynikes

    Would President Harris be worse than President Kushner? I'm not seeing it.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Richard B

  5. Message to satirists: Give up, it’s all over. You’re as redundant as hansom cab drivers.

  6. Are there any separate fertility statistics for criminal men? It seems like they are highly fecund.

    • Replies: @Wilkey
    @songbird


    Are there any separate fertility statistics for criminal men? It seems like they are highly fecund.
     
    What the idiot politicians (many of them Republican) who are pushing for criminal deform (i.e., drastically reduced jail time) don’t get is that locking these thugs up is a long-term investment in reducing the size of the future criminal population. The longer they spend in jail the less time they have to breed. Now of course to some degree the women they would be impregnating will be impregnated by other men, but we will still see a net reduction in criminal types. It’s a eugenics program. Hell, in civilized societies the jails and prisons (and gallows) have been improving the gene pool for hundreds or even thousands of years. Why stop now?

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Achmed E. Newman

    , @Almost Missouri
    @songbird

    Chicks dig jerks felons aspiring rappers.

    , @S. Anonyia
    @songbird

    Average IQ of the partners of criminals is probably fairly low. Low IQ women don’t understand birth control. And since he isn’t living with most of the children, he doesn’t care to do his part for birth control either because he’s not dealing with the consequences.

    Probably owes child support, but the media won’t mention that.

  7. A 27-year-old with 7 children. How many mothers were there, and what did they see in him as a baby-daddy? Did he ravish their hearts with hip-hop melodies?

    • Replies: @Cortes
    @Guest194

    How many children were ascribed to him prior to the establishment of various fundraising efforts?


    “He was my daddy?”
    “Yes, LeBronisha, he surely was.”

    , @stillCARealist
    @Guest194

    I know married, Christian, UMC, homeschooling families who struggle to manage 5 or 6 kids. Even with Grandma nearby.

    Throw in mental illness, drugs, multiple mothers, poverty, no self-control, low intelligence, criminal records and just imagine the chaos. This man was a walking train wreck and, I'm sorry to say, all those children are better off without him.

    , @Buck Ransom
    @Guest194

    The 27-year-old patriarch Mr. Wallace had just tied the knot earlier this month. I wonder if his bride was the mother of any of his seven children. Perhaps he would only wed a virgin. Were all those kids and their mamas invited to the reception? What is the proper protocol among Philadelphia rappers in such situations? How many million$ can Walter's widow now expect to receive from the state of Pennsylvania?

    , @SMK
    @Guest194

    Yet another low IQ black thug and predator, myriads and myriads of them, sane and insane, who should have been buried in prison long ago rather than free to commit who knows how many crimes and to father 7 children with who knows how many women and, finally and blessedly, to roam the streets on drugs and waving a knife, terrorizing who knows how many people before he was shot and killed by two cops acting iin obvious self-defense. But the facts don't matter to the rioters or the likes of Lebron James and Colin K and the Rev. Al or to blacks and white leftists with almost no exceptions.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

  8. A day after he was shot and killed by two police officers, sparking protests and a night of civil unrest in Philadelphia, …

    Oh, just civil unrest. That’s not rioting is it? Maybe peaceful rioting. Who among us hasn’t incited a peaceful riot? Even Rod Stewart has done that, in Paris one time, and all he wanted was a cup of tea.

    “Whoever amongst ye has not started a riot may cast the first stone.” No, wait …

    • Replies: @RVBlake
    @Achmed E. Newman

    "Peaceful protest/civil unrest" is the new "teen".

  9. Aspiring rapper alert!

  10. OT, any update on your VDARE podcast?

  11. Fitzhugh told NBC10 Wallace struggled with mental health issues and was taking medication.

    Apparently he wasn’t taking enough.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Wade Hampton

    Or too much?

    Replies: @Polistra

  12. @Jack D
    Are there any people in the hood who are NOT aspiring rappers? They should just assume that you are an aspiring rapper and only note it if you AREN'T.


    Wallace was a 27-year-old father of seven who had just gotten married this month.
     
    So glad that he has made a mighty contribution to the gene pool. He really doesn't sound like a classic schizophrenic. I'm guessing that he was just crazed with drugs. We'll see what the toxicology says, not that it will make any difference.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @newrouter, @anon, @Lot, @Travis, @Neoconned

    Some are aspiring SCOTUS justices.

  13. anon[281] • Disclaimer says:

    In 2016, during a robbery, he allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and held what she believed to be a gun to her head, according to court records.

    And he’s not still in prison? Seriously. How is it possible to believe in “systemic racism”, while we live in a world where black career criminals can do stuff like that and be out on the streets in three years?

    Yes, that is a rhetorical question. But holy crap.

    Anyway. Philadelphia is getting LIT UP right now. They even looted Payless Shoes, which I enjoyed. Now they’re marching through people’s neighborhoods and fighting in the streets.

    I have to say, I like it when the riots start before 8 pm. This way, I can watch them, and still get up in the morning, so I can go to work, to make money to pay taxes, to pay for all these people.

    • Agree: V. Hickel
    • LOL: I, Libertine
    • Replies: @Jack D
    @anon

    Yes, undocumented shopping in progress right now. Forget about Black Friday - today is Black Tuesday and you won't BELIEVE how low the prices are.

    Philadelphia police say 1,000 looters targeting businesses on second night of protests

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/night-two-of-philadelphia-unrest-begins-as-wallaces-kids-speak-out

    Whatever they looted, it wasn't Payless. They went bankrupt last year.

    Replies: @anon

    , @The Last Real Calvinist
    @anon


    In 2016, during a robbery, he allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and held what she believed to be a gun to her head, according to court records.

     

    What's most telling about the line you quoted is the phrase 'during a robbery', which is tossed in almost as an aside. It's just preamble, context, background description -- instead of 'during a robbery', you expect something anodyne such as 'while ordering a burrito bowl at Chipotle'.

    It's as if the article writer simply assumed that, yes, obviously, an exemplary citizen such as Wallace would be going about his day-to-day business committing robbery as a matter of course. It's only grabbing a woman by the neck that is actually worth noting.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix, @International Jew

  14. @Jack D
    Are there any people in the hood who are NOT aspiring rappers? They should just assume that you are an aspiring rapper and only note it if you AREN'T.


    Wallace was a 27-year-old father of seven who had just gotten married this month.
     
    So glad that he has made a mighty contribution to the gene pool. He really doesn't sound like a classic schizophrenic. I'm guessing that he was just crazed with drugs. We'll see what the toxicology says, not that it will make any difference.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @newrouter, @anon, @Lot, @Travis, @Neoconned

    rapper = bullshit artist with cadence

  15. Sounds more like he was an aspiring killer

  16. anon[281] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    Are there any people in the hood who are NOT aspiring rappers? They should just assume that you are an aspiring rapper and only note it if you AREN'T.


    Wallace was a 27-year-old father of seven who had just gotten married this month.
     
    So glad that he has made a mighty contribution to the gene pool. He really doesn't sound like a classic schizophrenic. I'm guessing that he was just crazed with drugs. We'll see what the toxicology says, not that it will make any difference.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @newrouter, @anon, @Lot, @Travis, @Neoconned

    My favorite part is “’He’s a kid who wanted to be a musician,’ White said. ‘He loved music.’”

    Well, who doesn’t like music? Except for deaf people, I guess, or those few people who have that weird disorder where their brains can’t process music (I think it was Vladmir Nabokov who was like that.), who doesn’t like music?

    When you try to find something, anything good to say about someone, and the only thing you can come up with is “He liked music!”, it’s a sign that you’re dealing with a dirtbag of truly memorable proportions.

    • Replies: @Mike Tre
    @anon

    I believe he also liked kittens.

    , @SteveRogers42
    @anon

    I bet he liked money, too!

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

    , @Known Fact
    @anon

    My favorite newspaper cliche about dead people is "He had a smile for everybody." But if the person was really creepy, you get "He kind of always kept to himself."

    , @Harry Baldwin
    @anon

    Well, who doesn’t like music?

    Did you ever see the video where Ali G tries to prank Trump years ago? As the set-up to his prank, he asks Trump, "What's the most popular product in the world?"

    Trump immediately answers, "Music," and Ali G is flummoxed because it's obviously a better answer than "ice cream," the one he was going to use for his prank.

  17. @anon

    In 2016, during a robbery, he allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and held what she believed to be a gun to her head, according to court records.
     
    And he's not still in prison? Seriously. How is it possible to believe in "systemic racism", while we live in a world where black career criminals can do stuff like that and be out on the streets in three years?

    Yes, that is a rhetorical question. But holy crap.

    Anyway. Philadelphia is getting LIT UP right now. They even looted Payless Shoes, which I enjoyed. Now they're marching through people's neighborhoods and fighting in the streets.

    I have to say, I like it when the riots start before 8 pm. This way, I can watch them, and still get up in the morning, so I can go to work, to make money to pay taxes, to pay for all these people.

    Replies: @Jack D, @The Last Real Calvinist

    Yes, undocumented shopping in progress right now. Forget about Black Friday – today is Black Tuesday and you won’t BELIEVE how low the prices are.

    Philadelphia police say 1,000 looters targeting businesses on second night of protests

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/night-two-of-philadelphia-unrest-begins-as-wallaces-kids-speak-out

    Whatever they looted, it wasn’t Payless. They went bankrupt last year.

    • LOL: JMcG, I, Libertine
    • Replies: @anon
    @Jack D

    Whatever they looted, it wasn’t Payless. They went bankrupt last year.

    You're right. They just set a car on fire in front of an empty one.

    https://twitter.com/zerosum24/status/1321258362814824448

    I was watching a livestream, and I guess they must have been showing looting, and then cut to that, and I guess my brain did the next.

    So that's some good news. Payless is safe! Granted, it's only safe because there's nothing inside to steal, but safe nonetheless.

    I did see that they looted the Dollar Tree. I love how they always get those. Can you imagine meeting up back with your looting homies at someone's house, talking about what you stole, like kids on Halloween night comparing their stashes of trick-or-treat candy, and one guy says "I stole FIVE TVs, dawg!". And the next guy is "Yo, man, I got this whole STACK of Air Jordans!", and then you have to be like "I got THREE bags of plastic Halloween trinkets, AND this pile of Mama Celeste's frozen Pizza-For-Ones!".

    Somebody get the Hughes brothers on the phone, I think I have a script for them.

    Replies: @SC Rebel

  18. Anonymous[295] • Disclaimer says:

    None of these new stories matter. Everyone knows the truth about black criminality.

    The problem is too many whites among us who have no loyalty to us. They think if they get their own gated community the problems of other white people are not their problems.

    Whites who are off in some safe all-white area are notoriously preachy and indifferent to the fate of other whites.

    • Agree: Voltarde, GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Anonymous

    Consider the Republican senators whose seats are safe and don't care that Congress will be permanently Democratic after Tuesday.

    , @ATBOTL
    @Anonymous

    We talk about pathological altruism among whites. But what is just as harmful to us is pathological individualism. We see a lot of pathological individualism on the comments here. Many "race realist" white men have no loyalty to their own race. So we see these weirdos on the "race realist" internet advocating asian immigration or "colorblind meritocracy," oblivious to the fact that high IQ non-whites are intensely race loyal and aggressively discriminate against whites.

  19. Police commissioner Danielle Outlaw. How suitable and proper, like a comic book character.

    • Replies: @Dryheavz
    @Trelane

    Take a look at her. A proven success everywhere she goes. Did have a short film career in Creature from the Black Lagoon.

    , @duncsbaby
    @Trelane

    Former Chief of Police in Portland, Oregon. Don't worry, she did an amazing job at cop-community relations there as well.

  20. “The blacks seem to want to be left alone to live in a parallel society outside of legal norms…”

    This is just HBD at work. Muslims, Jews, Somalis, Hindus, Tamils – they all want the same.

    Somehow, the word has gone forth that the United States is a big, spacious, empty place where you can come and establish your national or ethnic group.

    If whites still want to have their own space to do this, they need to expel these invaders who have no place in our society.

    • Agree: Lurker, Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Anon7

    Whites don't want that. They're trained to believe that any degree of self determination is akin to the dreaded White Supremacy.

    This is what goodwhites want:

    https://summit.news/2020/06/02/video-woman-kneels-on-demand-in-the-street-to-apologize-for-her-white-privilege/

    YouTube has deleted every instance of the video

    ------------------------
    PS. I thought we weren't supposed to call the cops on black men. 30 times just this summer? They're allowed.

  21. @Jack D
    Are there any people in the hood who are NOT aspiring rappers? They should just assume that you are an aspiring rapper and only note it if you AREN'T.


    Wallace was a 27-year-old father of seven who had just gotten married this month.
     
    So glad that he has made a mighty contribution to the gene pool. He really doesn't sound like a classic schizophrenic. I'm guessing that he was just crazed with drugs. We'll see what the toxicology says, not that it will make any difference.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @newrouter, @anon, @Lot, @Travis, @Neoconned

    • Thanks: Almost Missouri
    • Replies: @anon
    @Lot

    Killed in fight over a Hot Pocket:

    That story contains my favorite line from any piece of journalism I've ever read.


    The complaint does not provide further details about the Hot Pocket.
     
    Well, now I want to know. What kind of Hot Pocket was it? If it was a meatball marinara one, then that's pretty dumb. If it was a BBQ beef, then maybe.

    Does anyone remember those Cuban pork Hot Pockets they used to make, back when Cuban pork sandwiches were all the rage? I'm not saying I condone beating someone to death over one of those. But, like Chris Rock said, I understand.

    Replies: @Lot

  22. I do blame the police. How stupid are they? Damn it, haven’t they learned anything? Stop answering calls from black neighborhoods. Do not go into the hoods. Period. Stay at the Dunkin Donuts and/or in your patrol car. Let them see what life and their neighborhoods are like without the police. Make them publicly beg for the police to come back. I am totally serious.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    @ringo starr search

    I believe that were I a cop, I’d have learned that lesson.

    , @Ano
    @ringo starr search

    Yes, what are the odds if the police hadn't intervened, some other negro(es) would have- and dealt with him in the traditional negro manner.

    That is, his inevitable-death-by-violence would then just be another snitches-get-stitches unsolved negro murder with unknown negro suspect(s).

    Just another out of (yawn) hundreds each year....

    Yes, time (oh, is it time!) for the negro to do their own policing in their own negro way. Either Lex Talionis or Lex-Africanis (i.e. see Nigeria in the news).

    Yes, when it comes to a belief in no-silly-Woke-liberal-progressive-nonsense policing no one can hold a candle to moneyed negroes.

    Isn't it a fact that the harshest most rigorous policing is in respectable black wealthy/middle-class residential areas, where black police officers crack down hard on any criminal/misbehaving niggaz who dare to move in or enter. (If anybody complains, it's just (((progessives))).)

    Replies: @Alden

    , @Mike_from_SGV
    @ringo starr search

    Forget the wall with Mexico, we need walls around the BLM districts. They are unsuited to mingle with civil society. Let them live unhindered inside their walled cities.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

    , @Almost Missouri
    @ringo starr search

    A one-point plan to avert the Second Civil War (War of Democrat Aggression).

    Each [zip code | census tract | county | parish | insert smallest admin district here] votes on whether to remain within the Union or to become a sovereign entity, with all the privileges and liabilities thereto.

    So if Walter Wallace's neighborhood doesn't like how Philadelphia Police deal with their Aspiring Rappers, they can become the Free State of Wallace and not have to suffer that indignity anymore. And the Philadelphia Police don't have to suffer that risk to life and limb anymore. And the City of Philadelphia doesn't have to suffer Retail Reckoning anymore. It's win-win-win!

    Of course, there will appear to be some wrinkles, but in reality these are mostly features not bugs. For example, those who are very strongly opposed to how the majority in their district votes may choose to move out. But that's actually a good thing, since the alternative is that they would have remained in a neighborhood hostile to their sensibilities as the nation slides closer to mass violence. Much better that everyone should clearly understand where their local real estate stands on the big questions of the day and therefore be able to take action in an orderly, preemptive and nonviolent way. But what about those who won't or can't move to more sympathetic climes? Of course, there will always be such cases, but even then, they are now better informed about their local circumstances, which is better than being blindsided by those circumstances later when unprepared.

    Thoroughfares (e.g. state and federal highways) and reservations (e.g. sate and federal parks) should remain with those entities unless and until alternative arrangements are made.

    Will everything go perfectly? No, of course not. But if you haven't noticed, everything is not going perfectly now. And this way, everyone gets to put their money where their mouth is. A large portion of our current problems stem from people not having to bear the consequences of the policies they advocate and implement. This one-point plan tightens and rectifies feedback loops.

    Call it the Almost Missouri Compromise.

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist, @Rob McX

  23. There was an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer which stated police had been called to Mr. Wallace’s house 30 times since May, including 3 times the day he was shot. So this outcome shouldn’t have been a surprise to anyone: the family, the police or the neighborhood.

    Which means it could have been prevented. Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will? This brings the accompanying problem of how to diagnose these cases, and then how to actually force potentially violent people into a mental institution without someone getting hurt or killed. Not easy issues for sure. But we cannot continue with the status quo. It’s not good for anyone to have police officers forced to be the primary responders for people that have a known history of mental illness.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @NJ Transit Commuter


    Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will? This brings the accompanying problem of how to diagnose these cases, and then how to actually force potentially violent people into a mental institution without someone getting hurt or killed.
     
    I'm pretty sure Wallace wasn't crazy crazy (there's a video of him posted a couple of times in recent threads). Speaking in his defence, his cousin talks about his being depressed, a description that could be applied to half the population. If someone is suffering from psychosis or schizophrenia, you don't focus on their depression after they've been killed.
    , @Jim Don Bob
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    It's been 13 years IIRC that some crazy Asian killed many people in 2007 at Va Tech. Everybody knew he was nuts, and wasn't it a shame that federal privacy laws prevented anyone from sharing, much less doing anything about, that information.

    Those laws are still on the books today, so it was all sound and fury, signifying nothing.

    , @Anonymous
    @NJ Transit Commuter


    Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will?
     
    The big problem is that the medical/paramedical/pharmaceutical complex (MPP Complex) has bamboozled the rest of us into thinking that:

    (1) All mental illness is generally treatable with drugs and years of treatment; and

    (2) Mental patients must be FORCED to take drugs that have very serious side effects. (Side effects are why many mental patients "go off their meds.")

    In reality, pharmaceutical "treatment" is often administered for the profit and convenience of the MPP Complex with no regard whatever to the wishes of the patient.

    A truly CARING solution would be to put serious mental patients into an institution, but to guarantee their freedom NOT to submit to pharmaceutical regimes, sedation etc.

    Institutionalization does not NEED to cost a fortune if the focus is shifted from the "treatment" charade to simple management and basic safety for inmates (including if possible some paid work).

    Replies: @Alden, @anon, @Colin Wright

    , @Neuday
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    How about a tranquilizer gun from a distance, toss him in a cage, and release him in a remote section of a Congolese national park as he groggily awakens.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

  24. Another stereotype was shot and killed in Philly. Seven kids, just got married, aspiring rapper, ‘probably’ wanted to play in the NBA. What did I miss?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Buffalo Joe

    The number of keeds keeps going up. Now they are saying that he was a father of eight whose ninth child could be born as soon as this week. I'm sure that he was paying child support to all 8 with his lucrative rap career. Surely these 8 mothers ( assume it's 8 different mothers but who knows) didn't all live on the taxpayer's dime? If sexy rapper guys like him can have 9 kids while nerdy Asian actuary types are (not by choice) as celibate as Medieval monks then we really are doomed.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @ThisIsAnon153Replying, @Alden, @Rob Lee

    , @Dacian Julien Soros
    @Buffalo Joe

    He was about to start college next year.

    , @Rob
    @Buffalo Joe

    Omg! I just came up with 2 great names for a pair of black fraternal twins.
    The girl:LaStereotypia
    The boy: D’Stereotyparius

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @J.Ross
    @Buffalo Joe

    --aspiring rapper

    Everyone outraged by this shooting needs to be memed with images of W2 aggressively approaching cops, not with a knife in his hands, but with a copy of his mixtape. Then they'll calm down.

    , @Gary in Gramercy
    @Buffalo Joe

    "Working on his G.E.D."

  25. He was arrested in March after he allegedly threatened his child’s mother over the phone, saying “I’ll shoot you and that house up.”

    Presumably not the baby mama he eventually married. Or maybe she was, in which case it would have been a shotgun wedding where the bridegroom is the one with the gun.

  26. “These are all school-aged children so now his children have to grow up knowing that the police officers killed [their] father”…

    Chances are they’ll see more of him now on TV than they’d ever have seen of him in the flesh if he’d lived.

    • LOL: Kylie
    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @Rob McX

    Kwashento?

    Yeah momma?

    I have some bad news.

    Yeah?

    It seems your daddy...your daddy is dead.

    Momma?

    Yes,Kwashento?

    What we havin' for dinner?

    Replies: @MBlanc46

    , @notsaying
    @Rob McX

    When I think of "school aged" children I think of kids who are in kindergarten or older. If you are 27 and have 7 kids ages 5 and up, when did you have your first child and how many times did you have two kids to two different mothers during the same year?

    I am afraid you are right about his kids seeing more now than they ever did.

    I doubt this guy's mental problems are new. Certainly his criminal problems are not. How did the mothers of his children allow themselves to get impregnated by him seven times? I am amazed he just got married, I cannot imagine when he last had a job and how little it paid.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

  27. Wallace was a 27-year-old father of seven who had just gotten married this month.

    How strange that all his (rather young) children married on the same month.

  28. @Polynikes
    Tucker Carlson just did one of the most important and news worthy interviews in a decade, at least. If Biden wins the election they’ll use it to put Kamala in the Whitehouse.

    Replies: @fnn, @Tono Bungay, @AndrewR

    He sounds like he went to prep school in Switzerland. Rootless cosmopolitan and ex-US Navy officer and current financier goes out a limb to save Trump’s a**.

    • Replies: @Ben tillman
    @fnn

    Yeah. What’s his angle? He had no problem with this corruption at the time.

  29. @Jack D
    Are there any people in the hood who are NOT aspiring rappers? They should just assume that you are an aspiring rapper and only note it if you AREN'T.


    Wallace was a 27-year-old father of seven who had just gotten married this month.
     
    So glad that he has made a mighty contribution to the gene pool. He really doesn't sound like a classic schizophrenic. I'm guessing that he was just crazed with drugs. We'll see what the toxicology says, not that it will make any difference.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @newrouter, @anon, @Lot, @Travis, @Neoconned

    true, schizophrenics are usually unable to get laid and obtain girlfriends or wives.

  30. @Buffalo Joe
    Another stereotype was shot and killed in Philly. Seven kids, just got married, aspiring rapper, 'probably' wanted to play in the NBA. What did I miss?

    Replies: @Jack D, @Dacian Julien Soros, @Rob, @J.Ross, @Gary in Gramercy

    The number of keeds keeps going up. Now they are saying that he was a father of eight whose ninth child could be born as soon as this week. I’m sure that he was paying child support to all 8 with his lucrative rap career. Surely these 8 mothers ( assume it’s 8 different mothers but who knows) didn’t all live on the taxpayer’s dime? If sexy rapper guys like him can have 9 kids while nerdy Asian actuary types are (not by choice) as celibate as Medieval monks then we really are doomed.

    • Agree: Mark G.
    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    @Jack D

    We are doomed.

    , @ThisIsAnon153Replying
    @Jack D

    Hmm, wonder who owns the rap industry?

    Couldn't be your people, could it now.

    "We" are now doomed, you are right about that.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Alden
    @Jack D

    8 kids and probably several mothers. That’s about $10, ooo a month plus maybe $3,000 food card. About 155K a year of the taxpayers money.

    Plus medi care , school counselors police child protective services and the grandchildren soon as the girls turn 16. He could have been a grandpa at 35. Think of him baby sitting the grand kids, he’d kill them and or rape the girls or boys

    When his 9th baby is born, he’ll have the same number of children Mayflower passengers John and Priscilla Alden had. And in 400 years, about 8 million direct descendants. Or more, given the mid teen births of Wallace and his baby mammas.

    Replies: @JMcG

    , @Rob Lee
    @Jack D

    This was literally the opening sequence to the Mike Judge movie "Idiocracy," which seemingly becomes more prescient every day.

  31. @NJ Transit Commuter
    There was an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer which stated police had been called to Mr. Wallace’s house 30 times since May, including 3 times the day he was shot. So this outcome shouldn’t have been a surprise to anyone: the family, the police or the neighborhood.

    Which means it could have been prevented. Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will? This brings the accompanying problem of how to diagnose these cases, and then how to actually force potentially violent people into a mental institution without someone getting hurt or killed. Not easy issues for sure. But we cannot continue with the status quo. It’s not good for anyone to have police officers forced to be the primary responders for people that have a known history of mental illness.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Jim Don Bob, @Anonymous, @Neuday

    Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will? This brings the accompanying problem of how to diagnose these cases, and then how to actually force potentially violent people into a mental institution without someone getting hurt or killed.

    I’m pretty sure Wallace wasn’t crazy crazy (there’s a video of him posted a couple of times in recent threads). Speaking in his defence, his cousin talks about his being depressed, a description that could be applied to half the population. If someone is suffering from psychosis or schizophrenia, you don’t focus on their depression after they’ve been killed.

  32. If the woke get their wish and social workers start getting sent out to mediate on these calls how are they going to blame white racism, etc. for the inevitable murder of one of these social workers? Seems like that could cause a schism among the faithful.

    • Agree: Liza
  33. Here’s what would have happened to the Philly police if they hadn’t protected themselves: https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/breaking/ct-sister-stabbed-security-guard-refused-masks-20201027-2mggbvdsafhufitfjttqep2s5y-story.html

  34. I wonder if Wallace already mailed-in his ballot, or was he going to the polls to vote for Biden/Harris?

    • Replies: @Abolish_public_education
    @Wake up

    Early voting is outrageous.

    If we’re to believe that tens of millions have already voted (in the Nov election), then it’s a pretty good bet that some of them will be dead by Election Day.

    Any number of elderly folks don’t expect to be alive to vote in 2024. We should just allow them to cast ticking-time votes for whichever DEMs will be on the ballot then (or even twenty years out).

    We should also consider the latent votes of all the DEM babies aborted, Chicago gangbangers snuffed out, and so forth.

  35. If the Blacks want to be left alone, why did they call the cops 30 times to come deal with this maniac ?

    was he ever sent to prison for all the crimes he committed ? Too bad that he was not incarcerated for his may crimes, and had time to have 7 children during his short life.

  36. @NJ Transit Commuter
    There was an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer which stated police had been called to Mr. Wallace’s house 30 times since May, including 3 times the day he was shot. So this outcome shouldn’t have been a surprise to anyone: the family, the police or the neighborhood.

    Which means it could have been prevented. Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will? This brings the accompanying problem of how to diagnose these cases, and then how to actually force potentially violent people into a mental institution without someone getting hurt or killed. Not easy issues for sure. But we cannot continue with the status quo. It’s not good for anyone to have police officers forced to be the primary responders for people that have a known history of mental illness.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Jim Don Bob, @Anonymous, @Neuday

    It’s been 13 years IIRC that some crazy Asian killed many people in 2007 at Va Tech. Everybody knew he was nuts, and wasn’t it a shame that federal privacy laws prevented anyone from sharing, much less doing anything about, that information.

    Those laws are still on the books today, so it was all sound and fury, signifying nothing.

  37. @ringo starr search
    I do blame the police. How stupid are they? Damn it, haven't they learned anything? Stop answering calls from black neighborhoods. Do not go into the hoods. Period. Stay at the Dunkin Donuts and/or in your patrol car. Let them see what life and their neighborhoods are like without the police. Make them publicly beg for the police to come back. I am totally serious.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @Ano, @Mike_from_SGV, @Almost Missouri

    I believe that were I a cop, I’d have learned that lesson.

  38. anon[281] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    @Jack D

    “Aspiring rapper” top news hits on DDG:

    Hires hitman to kill mother

    https://chicago.suntimes.com/crime/2020/1/31/21117549/qawmane-wilson-sentencing-hitman-mother-matricide-yolanda-holmes-eugene-spencer

    Found dead in trunk of friend’s car

    https://www.wpxi.com/news/trending/aspiring-rapper-found-dead-trunk-longtime-friend/4QVNPUHI3BHKHNT6MZRJRA4QFQ/

    Rapes and murders Israeli student (this one looks like an Abo):

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6609341/Prime-Minister-Scott-Morrison-meet-Aiia-Maasarwes-father.html

    Killed in fight over a Hot Pocket:

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/lawsuit-man-killed-in-a-fight-over-a-hot-pocket-sandwich

    Killed by a jealous ex husband:

    https://news.yahoo.com/friends-grieve-death-aspiring-rapper-185231999.html

    Killed by 2 men on a moped:

    https://www.pix11.com/news/local-news/manhattan/aspiring-rapper-fatally-shot-by-2-men-on-moped-in-washington-heights-law-enforcement-source

    Held on $1 million bond after making YouTubes threatening a variety of local politicians:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/aspiring-rapper-eric-chicago-blaxican-jaglicic-charged-with-threatening-illinois-ag-kwame-raoul-top-deputy-former-ag-lisa-madigan/ar-BB179MWx

    Kills Nipsy Hussle, an actual rapper.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6885285/Nipsey-Hussle-murder-suspect-aspiring-rapper-sang-body-bags-shootings-murder.html

    Replies: @anon

    Killed in fight over a Hot Pocket:

    That story contains my favorite line from any piece of journalism I’ve ever read.

    The complaint does not provide further details about the Hot Pocket.

    Well, now I want to know. What kind of Hot Pocket was it? If it was a meatball marinara one, then that’s pretty dumb. If it was a BBQ beef, then maybe.

    Does anyone remember those Cuban pork Hot Pockets they used to make, back when Cuban pork sandwiches were all the rage? I’m not saying I condone beating someone to death over one of those. But, like Chris Rock said, I understand.

    • Agree: John Achterhof
    • Replies: @Lot
    @anon

    On our local blotter:

    https://fox59.com/news/national-world/yeah-it-was-worth-it-man-breaks-into-bank-to-heat-up-hot-pockets-police-say/

  39. @Jack D
    @Buffalo Joe

    The number of keeds keeps going up. Now they are saying that he was a father of eight whose ninth child could be born as soon as this week. I'm sure that he was paying child support to all 8 with his lucrative rap career. Surely these 8 mothers ( assume it's 8 different mothers but who knows) didn't all live on the taxpayer's dime? If sexy rapper guys like him can have 9 kids while nerdy Asian actuary types are (not by choice) as celibate as Medieval monks then we really are doomed.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @ThisIsAnon153Replying, @Alden, @Rob Lee

    We are doomed.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  40. I agree with the original poster. And the thing is throwing cops to the volcano is not sustainable.

    Cities are dead. They are not sustainable. Not even as Dem vote farms.

    • Agree: JimDandy
    • Replies: @Neoconned
    @Whiskey

    I saw the clips of the looting of the Walmart in Philly & just thought "wow, that citys on its way out."

    In some parts of the country the cops would read the Riot Act and unload with rifles.

    The looting reminded me of the end of "Book of Eli" after his men have lost control of his town and there's rioting and looting.....

    I hope these dips--t mayors get the message loud & clear. With Zoom those high end office workers who supply capital to support and service industries go away.....

  41. At Least the Security Guard Wasn’t a Karen

    Because those people settled elsewhere:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karen_people_in_the_United_States#Distribution

    George Floyd could have been the victim of a Karen, but he chose the wrong Twin City:

    Ler Htoo was sworn in after graduating from the St. Paul Police Academy in Minnesota in 2014. Htoo is believed to be the first ever police officer of Karen ethnicity in the United States.

    Ler Htoo is no doubt called “Ht Ler” by his police buddies. Or perhaps “Gesundheit”.

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
    @Reg Cæsar

    Thanks for the tip. Knowing that all Twin Cities refugees eventually make their way to North Dakota, I shall look for Karens to start showing up soon. I hope I don't have to call the cops over them playing their music too loud in my apartment building.

  42. Public education was established in order to teach the 3Rs (done by 8th grade) to desperately poor kids, e.g. the offspring of Mr. Wallace, who actually wanted to learn; kids who would otherwise receive no formal ed.

    Taxpayers were comforted by knowing that it wouldn’t cost them anything: The targeted group would always number only ~ 0.5% of all kids, and the initial endowment (plus tax-free interest) was sufficient to cover the modest, future price tag, in-perpetuity.

    Somehow, public education just didn’t go according to plan.

    None of the seven Wallace kids will learn anything in school and combined, they will cost taxpayers ~ $200K per year.

  43. @Jack D
    @Buffalo Joe

    The number of keeds keeps going up. Now they are saying that he was a father of eight whose ninth child could be born as soon as this week. I'm sure that he was paying child support to all 8 with his lucrative rap career. Surely these 8 mothers ( assume it's 8 different mothers but who knows) didn't all live on the taxpayer's dime? If sexy rapper guys like him can have 9 kids while nerdy Asian actuary types are (not by choice) as celibate as Medieval monks then we really are doomed.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @ThisIsAnon153Replying, @Alden, @Rob Lee

    Hmm, wonder who owns the rap industry?

    Couldn’t be your people, could it now.

    “We” are now doomed, you are right about that.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @ThisIsAnon153Replying

    This is not 1963. Blacks have their own music production companies and the industry giants are owned by multinational conglomerates. Walter Wallace probably never met a Jew in his life except maybe some of the headshrinkers that they sent him to to treat his bipolar, and those are increasingly Asian too. Go back to you cave.

    Replies: @OFWHAP, @ATBOTL

  44. @Jack D
    Are there any people in the hood who are NOT aspiring rappers? They should just assume that you are an aspiring rapper and only note it if you AREN'T.


    Wallace was a 27-year-old father of seven who had just gotten married this month.
     
    So glad that he has made a mighty contribution to the gene pool. He really doesn't sound like a classic schizophrenic. I'm guessing that he was just crazed with drugs. We'll see what the toxicology says, not that it will make any difference.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @newrouter, @anon, @Lot, @Travis, @Neoconned

    I used to live in the hood.

    Probably…..and I’m being serious….every 3rd or 4th black dude under 40 is “an aspiring musician or rapper”….

    A few do well as musicians on side projects but 80 to 90% of the serious ones go nowhere.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @Neoconned

    Agree. Lived in both Hawthorne and Oakland in California. It wasn't uncommon to see black guys hawking their "mixtape" (usually a CD) out of the back of their ride. I don't live as much around blacks nor do I spend as much time on the streets these days, so I assume they've since migrated to YouTube or someplace else.

    In fairness, there have always also been a good number of aimless white boys who are "working on their music" or "getting their old band back together." The difference is in the proportions, and whether they're doing anything else with their time that will be an option when they finally grow up.

  45. @ringo starr search
    I do blame the police. How stupid are they? Damn it, haven't they learned anything? Stop answering calls from black neighborhoods. Do not go into the hoods. Period. Stay at the Dunkin Donuts and/or in your patrol car. Let them see what life and their neighborhoods are like without the police. Make them publicly beg for the police to come back. I am totally serious.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @Ano, @Mike_from_SGV, @Almost Missouri

    Yes, what are the odds if the police hadn’t intervened, some other negro(es) would have- and dealt with him in the traditional negro manner.

    That is, his inevitable-death-by-violence would then just be another snitches-get-stitches unsolved negro murder with unknown negro suspect(s).

    Just another out of (yawn) hundreds each year….

    Yes, time (oh, is it time!) for the negro to do their own policing in their own negro way. Either Lex Talionis or Lex-Africanis (i.e. see Nigeria in the news).

    Yes, when it comes to a belief in no-silly-Woke-liberal-progressive-nonsense policing no one can hold a candle to moneyed negroes.

    Isn’t it a fact that the harshest most rigorous policing is in respectable black wealthy/middle-class residential areas, where black police officers crack down hard on any criminal/misbehaving niggaz who dare to move in or enter. (If anybody complains, it’s just (((progessives))).)

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Ano

    I don’t think so. Well off respectable blacks try to move to White neighborhoods so their kids can go to mostly White schools. Remember, most of the respectable blacks are affirmative action middle class and their kids behave like regular blacks. The middle class blacks don’t want their kids around the children of other affirmative action middle class blacks.

    I doubt black cops crack down hard in black criminals. Plenty of black Muslims and activist black cops. Unless you’ve worked with a lot of blacks, not just a few who behave themselves, it’s impossible to know how deeply the respectable affirmative action blacks including cops hate, deeply hate Whites.

    Plus, most departments try to make life easy for black cops by sending them to White neighborhoods and hard for White cops by sending them to black neighborhoods. Same with school teachers. Blacks are rewarded with well behaved White kids. White teachers are punished with black savages. I believe there’s some official policies about this.

  46. Never mind the pandemic. These sisters should wear masks just because:

    US sisters charged with stabbing security guard 27 times after being told to wear face masks

    • Thanks: Polistra
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reminds me of my Probation Officer days.

    Poor guard stabbed 27 times at work. The workmen’s compensation might not ever pay the ER hospital for stitching him up. And drag him through Wcom hearings for years before authorizing further treatment. Plus he’ll be fired by the employer because of the Wcom claim.

    I hope the county DA isn’t a Soros DA.

    Replies: @I, Libertine

    , @Hangnail Hans
    @Reg Cæsar

    These people are everywhere. And they're multiplying like rodents.

  47. @songbird
    Are there any separate fertility statistics for criminal men? It seems like they are highly fecund.

    Replies: @Wilkey, @Almost Missouri, @S. Anonyia

    Are there any separate fertility statistics for criminal men? It seems like they are highly fecund.

    What the idiot politicians (many of them Republican) who are pushing for criminal deform (i.e., drastically reduced jail time) don’t get is that locking these thugs up is a long-term investment in reducing the size of the future criminal population. The longer they spend in jail the less time they have to breed. Now of course to some degree the women they would be impregnating will be impregnated by other men, but we will still see a net reduction in criminal types. It’s a eugenics program. Hell, in civilized societies the jails and prisons (and gallows) have been improving the gene pool for hundreds or even thousands of years. Why stop now?

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Wilkey

    For those in control, dysgenics is not a bug, it's a feature.

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Wilkey

    Only thing is, Socialism is dysgenic, and it gets to many times more black people than prison does, and it gets to them first.

    Replies: @Guy De Champlagne, @Occasional lurker

  48. @anon

    In 2016, during a robbery, he allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and held what she believed to be a gun to her head, according to court records.
     
    And he's not still in prison? Seriously. How is it possible to believe in "systemic racism", while we live in a world where black career criminals can do stuff like that and be out on the streets in three years?

    Yes, that is a rhetorical question. But holy crap.

    Anyway. Philadelphia is getting LIT UP right now. They even looted Payless Shoes, which I enjoyed. Now they're marching through people's neighborhoods and fighting in the streets.

    I have to say, I like it when the riots start before 8 pm. This way, I can watch them, and still get up in the morning, so I can go to work, to make money to pay taxes, to pay for all these people.

    Replies: @Jack D, @The Last Real Calvinist

    In 2016, during a robbery, he allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and held what she believed to be a gun to her head, according to court records.

    What’s most telling about the line you quoted is the phrase ‘during a robbery’, which is tossed in almost as an aside. It’s just preamble, context, background description — instead of ‘during a robbery’, you expect something anodyne such as ‘while ordering a burrito bowl at Chipotle’.

    It’s as if the article writer simply assumed that, yes, obviously, an exemplary citizen such as Wallace would be going about his day-to-day business committing robbery as a matter of course. It’s only grabbing a woman by the neck that is actually worth noting.

    • Thanks: ThreeCranes
    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    And they didn't say, "during an alleged robbery."

    If it's a given (i.e., he was convicted) that he committed a robbery, then it's a given that he grabbed his vic by the neck.

    In any event, he was just living his life.

    , @International Jew
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    Sounds like "unwanted touching".

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

  49. @Wade Hampton

    Fitzhugh told NBC10 Wallace struggled with mental health issues and was taking medication.
     
    Apparently he wasn't taking enough.

    Replies: @Lurker

    Or too much?

    • Agree: Liza
    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Lurker

    Or (open secret) the meds are generally ineffective and pointless?

    Unless you own a pharmaceutical company of course.

  50. @Rob McX

    “These are all school-aged children so now his children have to grow up knowing that the police officers killed [their] father”...
     
    Chances are they'll see more of him now on TV than they'd ever have seen of him in the flesh if he'd lived.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @notsaying

    Kwashento?

    Yeah momma?

    I have some bad news.

    Yeah?

    It seems your daddy…your daddy is dead.

    Momma?

    Yes,Kwashento?

    What we havin’ for dinner?

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    @Father O'Hara

    That’s “Yo daddy be’s daid”.

  51. No headline in the NYT about the Philly riots. They are well disciplined Biden operatives aren’t they.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  52. @ringo starr search
    I do blame the police. How stupid are they? Damn it, haven't they learned anything? Stop answering calls from black neighborhoods. Do not go into the hoods. Period. Stay at the Dunkin Donuts and/or in your patrol car. Let them see what life and their neighborhoods are like without the police. Make them publicly beg for the police to come back. I am totally serious.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @Ano, @Mike_from_SGV, @Almost Missouri

    Forget the wall with Mexico, we need walls around the BLM districts. They are unsuited to mingle with civil society. Let them live unhindered inside their walled cities.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @Mike_from_SGV

    Thank you for your support of the Almost Missouri Compromise.

  53. @Wake up
    I wonder if Wallace already mailed-in his ballot, or was he going to the polls to vote for Biden/Harris?

    Replies: @Abolish_public_education

    Early voting is outrageous.

    If we’re to believe that tens of millions have already voted (in the Nov election), then it’s a pretty good bet that some of them will be dead by Election Day.

    Any number of elderly folks don’t expect to be alive to vote in 2024. We should just allow them to cast ticking-time votes for whichever DEMs will be on the ballot then (or even twenty years out).

    We should also consider the latent votes of all the DEM babies aborted, Chicago gangbangers snuffed out, and so forth.

  54. Walter Wallace Jr. was almost certainly a member of the racial supremacist murder cult, the Nation of Islam.

    https://nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2020/10/was-walter-wallace-jr-shot-killed-by.html

    • Replies: @David In TN
    @Nicholas Stix

    There is a reason these "victims" are almost always career criminal types who are fighting the police. The MSM and company doesn't have a case of five white lowlifes abducting and torturing to death an attractive black middle class couple. Or a white homeowner shooting a five-year old black child who crosses his lawn.

    So they make do with a series of made-up stories and/or hoaxes.

  55. @The Last Real Calvinist
    @anon


    In 2016, during a robbery, he allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and held what she believed to be a gun to her head, according to court records.

     

    What's most telling about the line you quoted is the phrase 'during a robbery', which is tossed in almost as an aside. It's just preamble, context, background description -- instead of 'during a robbery', you expect something anodyne such as 'while ordering a burrito bowl at Chipotle'.

    It's as if the article writer simply assumed that, yes, obviously, an exemplary citizen such as Wallace would be going about his day-to-day business committing robbery as a matter of course. It's only grabbing a woman by the neck that is actually worth noting.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix, @International Jew

    And they didn’t say, “during an alleged robbery.”

    If it’s a given (i.e., he was convicted) that he committed a robbery, then it’s a given that he grabbed his vic by the neck.

    In any event, he was just living his life.

  56. I remember a John Outlaw who played cornerback for the Eagles in the late 60s through the late 70s. I think he stopped our playoff drive at one point in that time by picking off a Billy Kilmer pass and ending the Redskins chances for the play-offs.

    I ran into him and his wife in the early 2000s at a FedEx in Charlotte, NC. He was a very nice man, and his wife was also very friendly. She was wearing his jersey, and I said, “I remember John Outlaw, he gave the Redskins Hell.”

    They both laughed, and we talked for a while. I think he said his son was playing in the NFL.

    Sort of OT, but I still remember that. Those two were good people.

  57. anon[111] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    @anon

    Yes, undocumented shopping in progress right now. Forget about Black Friday - today is Black Tuesday and you won't BELIEVE how low the prices are.

    Philadelphia police say 1,000 looters targeting businesses on second night of protests

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/night-two-of-philadelphia-unrest-begins-as-wallaces-kids-speak-out

    Whatever they looted, it wasn't Payless. They went bankrupt last year.

    Replies: @anon

    Whatever they looted, it wasn’t Payless. They went bankrupt last year.

    You’re right. They just set a car on fire in front of an empty one.

    I was watching a livestream, and I guess they must have been showing looting, and then cut to that, and I guess my brain did the next.

    So that’s some good news. Payless is safe! Granted, it’s only safe because there’s nothing inside to steal, but safe nonetheless.

    I did see that they looted the Dollar Tree. I love how they always get those. Can you imagine meeting up back with your looting homies at someone’s house, talking about what you stole, like kids on Halloween night comparing their stashes of trick-or-treat candy, and one guy says “I stole FIVE TVs, dawg!”. And the next guy is “Yo, man, I got this whole STACK of Air Jordans!”, and then you have to be like “I got THREE bags of plastic Halloween trinkets, AND this pile of Mama Celeste’s frozen Pizza-For-Ones!”.

    Somebody get the Hughes brothers on the phone, I think I have a script for them.

    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @SC Rebel
    @anon

    I would never loot a store, but if I were to pick a store to loot, Dollar Tree would not be on my list.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke

  58. A Walmart is being ransacked.

    Delete “ran” from “ransacked.”

    • LOL: Johann Ricke
  59. @Buffalo Joe
    Another stereotype was shot and killed in Philly. Seven kids, just got married, aspiring rapper, 'probably' wanted to play in the NBA. What did I miss?

    Replies: @Jack D, @Dacian Julien Soros, @Rob, @J.Ross, @Gary in Gramercy

    He was about to start college next year.

  60. Well he may be dead , but at least he had the guts to stand up to Danielle “Longnails” Outlaw. while he lived. I’ll bet he went out shouting ‘Freedom’! as well. Alba gu bràth.

  61. I think the tacit accord between the low part of the Democratic coalition (i.e., underclass blacks) and the high part of the Democratic coalition (the Press, UMC types, suburban AWFLS) is that the police should in many circumstances sacrifice themselves bodily for the sake of racial harmony. In this case, so maybe one or both officers would have been maimed or killed, but in the latter case we would have had a nice memorial and some beef and beer fundraisers for their kids’ college fund. They’d be remembered fondly as heroes and everything would quickly return to the status quo ante.

    I have a feeling that the police themselves might have different ideas. If they can’t shoot, then leave it to the social workers who are supposed to try to “deescalate”… maybe with a shank in their throat.

    From NBC Philadelphia (by the way, my new motto is: “If there is hope, it lies in the local if-it-bleeds-it-leads newscasts”):

    It looks like the national media is more or less going on vacation for the last week of the election to run out the clock. Run a bunch of “analysis” puff pieces on the election and COVID, and studiously avoid any real news. Of course, Twitter and Facebook’s censors are working overtime and then some.

  62. @Wilkey
    @songbird


    Are there any separate fertility statistics for criminal men? It seems like they are highly fecund.
     
    What the idiot politicians (many of them Republican) who are pushing for criminal deform (i.e., drastically reduced jail time) don’t get is that locking these thugs up is a long-term investment in reducing the size of the future criminal population. The longer they spend in jail the less time they have to breed. Now of course to some degree the women they would be impregnating will be impregnated by other men, but we will still see a net reduction in criminal types. It’s a eugenics program. Hell, in civilized societies the jails and prisons (and gallows) have been improving the gene pool for hundreds or even thousands of years. Why stop now?

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Achmed E. Newman

    For those in control, dysgenics is not a bug, it’s a feature.

  63. @Neoconned
    @Jack D

    I used to live in the hood.

    Probably.....and I'm being serious....every 3rd or 4th black dude under 40 is "an aspiring musician or rapper"....

    A few do well as musicians on side projects but 80 to 90% of the serious ones go nowhere.

    Replies: @Thomas

    Agree. Lived in both Hawthorne and Oakland in California. It wasn’t uncommon to see black guys hawking their “mixtape” (usually a CD) out of the back of their ride. I don’t live as much around blacks nor do I spend as much time on the streets these days, so I assume they’ve since migrated to YouTube or someplace else.

    In fairness, there have always also been a good number of aimless white boys who are “working on their music” or “getting their old band back together.” The difference is in the proportions, and whether they’re doing anything else with their time that will be an option when they finally grow up.

  64. Court records also reveal Wallace’s extensive criminal history.

    He was arrested in March after he allegedly threatened his child’s mother over the phone, saying “I’ll shoot you and that house up.”

    In 2019, he was charged with resisting arrest by “kicking the windows and door panels of a police patrol car.”

    In 2016, during a robbery, he allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and held what she believed to be a gun to her head, according to court records.

    In 2013, Wallace’s mother had a protective order against him which he allegedly violated when he “threw water in her face and punched her in the face” and “threatened to return and shoot” her, according to court records.

    Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said she was unsure if the officers who responded Monday had ever interacted with Wallace before. The police dispatch prior to the shooting indicated that police were familiar with the home on the 6100 block of Locust.

    “Tell the officers to use caution in responding to this,” the dispatcher said. “It’s an ongoing domestic issue going on up there.”

    It’s worth noting that in the age of Computer-Aided Dispatch, the police often have a fairly good idea of the history of whoever they’re dealing with (or at least the history of whoever is associated with a particular address or vehicle) by the time they roll up.

  65. @Rob McX

    “These are all school-aged children so now his children have to grow up knowing that the police officers killed [their] father”...
     
    Chances are they'll see more of him now on TV than they'd ever have seen of him in the flesh if he'd lived.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @notsaying

    When I think of “school aged” children I think of kids who are in kindergarten or older. If you are 27 and have 7 kids ages 5 and up, when did you have your first child and how many times did you have two kids to two different mothers during the same year?

    I am afraid you are right about his kids seeing more now than they ever did.

    I doubt this guy’s mental problems are new. Certainly his criminal problems are not. How did the mothers of his children allow themselves to get impregnated by him seven times? I am amazed he just got married, I cannot imagine when he last had a job and how little it paid.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @notsaying


    I am amazed he just got married, I cannot imagine when he last had a job and how little it paid.
     
    Maybe he had more charges pending and thought his being married would convince the sentencing judge that he was finally turning his life around.

    Replies: @notsaying, @Deep Anonymous, @Alden

    , @Boy the way Glenn Miller played
    @notsaying


    I am amazed he just got married,
     
    I'm going to take a wild shot in the dark and guess that it was in response to some legal or welfare entitlement issue.
  66. Has anyone commented that the rioting in Philly is likely to turn the suburbs and the countryside against Biden?

    If Trump takes PA, he can thank Biden for his goofy comments about fossil fuels during the debate as well as the thugs who are now looting Philly.

    We would have no chance against the Left if not for the fact that so many of them are determined to prove themselves to be thugs or idiots.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @PhysicistDave


    If Trump takes PA, he can thank Biden for his goofy comments about fossil fuels during the debate as well as the thugs who are now looting Philly.
     
    Trump won more electors in 2016 than Truman, Kennedy, Nixon (1968), Carter (1976), and GW Bush (2000 & 2004). Who needs a "popular vote"? Justin Trudeau didn't, either.

    It would be nice if he could beat Clinton's numbers, but Howie Hawkins is no Ross Perot.
  67. Am I wrong to be surprised that neither of these cops had a taser? I thought most cops had them today. It is good to have a nonlethal option.

    I am sorry this guy is dead but given his history and what he was doing, what else were these cops without tasers supposed to do besides get out their guns?

    I would agree with Alec Lesmas’s point but I would say that none of the elites want to know what goes on in high crime areas or what life is like for cops or anybody outside their expensive bubble neighborhoods, Democrat or Republican. They are willing to sacrifice all of us to keep getting richer and pass on their privilege to their own kids.

    • Replies: @Dan Smith
    @notsaying

    Tasers likely to be ineffective against armed man possibly on drugs who is three steps away from slashing your throat.

    , @Jack D
    @notsaying

    Philadelphia is "in the process" of issuing tasers to all cops but not all cops have them yet and the guys who shot Wallace didn't.

    City budgets are always tight. The vast majority of funds go to payroll and pensions so there is very little left over for acquiring expensive equipment (and Tasers need training as well).

    It's far from certain whether shooting Wallace with a Taser would have worked. Tasers are a sort of 50/50 proposition.

    https://www.npr.org/2019/06/27/729922975/despite-widespread-use-police-rate-tasers-as-less-effective-than-believed#:~:text=Axon%20says%20its%20testing%20shows,of%20the%20police%20departments'%20data.&text=APM%20Reports%20found%20more%20than,just%20a%20three%2Dyear%20period.

    We live in a safety obsessed culture. Kids are put in safety seats from birth and stay belted for their whole life. Not even your dog is allowed to ride in the bed of the pickup truck. Smoking is discouraged. Roofers are supposed to wear harnesses. Store clerks are not supposed to try to stop shoplifters. It was inevitable that this safety culture would bleed over to the police and that the police are no longer willing to take the risk that they might be killed by a perp. They are trained at the police academy not to take any risks.

    Replies: @black sea, @Johann Ricke, @anonymous-antimarxist, @Colin Wright

    , @anon
    @notsaying

    Am I wrong to be surprised that neither of these cops had a taser? I thought most cops had them today. It is good to have a nonlethal option.

    There are something like 6,500 cops in Philadelphia. Issuing a tool like the Taser requires specific training as well as the tool, spare parts and so forth. There's a unit cost per cop, and no budget is infinite.

    Most cops regard their gun as a thing on the belt to be used sometimes, like handcuffs, and the radio matters more most of the time. Because lots and lots of cops do the job for years and never fire a shot except on yearly re-qualification at the police pistol range.

    Nonlethal:
    Cops used to have the nonlethal option of batons, and there are PR-24 techniques that would have worked on this guy, but batons are now rayciss and ebil so...not an option. Even though other cops, including the sainted UK peelers, still get to have batons.

    Pepper spray also costs money and time, and might work -- but the cops have to have the can on their belt, be trained in 'going there first' and that takes time and money.

    Defensive Tactics are still taught, but it can take more than a couple of guys to bring someone down onto the ground in the street, especially now when it's culturally insensitive to arrest black men.

    In short, the nonlethal options have been slowly taken away in some cases, always with the best libtard intentions, but libtards still want really angry drugged up people to be talked down. They just want someone else to do it, of course.

    The shooting:
    It is obvious that the cops shot to stop, probably missed multiple times and kept on shooting until the attacking knife carrier was down. I know people with a higher level of training who probably -- probably -- could have stopped the fight with 2 to 3 shots. That would increase the chances of survival, too. But that level of firearms training costs more money and requires recurrent training beyond the typical PD standards, so...not an option.

    I have no idea what the Philly PD firearms training is like, but I bet the street cops have to go to the range once per year and fire a defined scenario. Maybe they have a FATS still, maybe not.

    Most people don't know a thing about the cop world, but feel entitled to rant anyway. Funny how few people will stand up and say that heart surgeons aren't doing their job right.

  68. @notsaying
    @Rob McX

    When I think of "school aged" children I think of kids who are in kindergarten or older. If you are 27 and have 7 kids ages 5 and up, when did you have your first child and how many times did you have two kids to two different mothers during the same year?

    I am afraid you are right about his kids seeing more now than they ever did.

    I doubt this guy's mental problems are new. Certainly his criminal problems are not. How did the mothers of his children allow themselves to get impregnated by him seven times? I am amazed he just got married, I cannot imagine when he last had a job and how little it paid.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    I am amazed he just got married, I cannot imagine when he last had a job and how little it paid.

    Maybe he had more charges pending and thought his being married would convince the sentencing judge that he was finally turning his life around.

    • Replies: @notsaying
    @Rob McX

    That's a possibility. But it seems that things were actually getting worse for him. But then I am forgetting how eager some women are to "help" a man by doing a thousand things for him when he wouldn't do one thing for her.

    , @Deep Anonymous
    @Rob McX

    Do not discount the possibility that he wanted his fiancee to invoke the spousal privilege in any upcoming legal proceedings. Who knows what charges were pending against this guy.

    , @Alden
    @Rob McX

    Right you are.

  69. @ringo starr search
    I do blame the police. How stupid are they? Damn it, haven't they learned anything? Stop answering calls from black neighborhoods. Do not go into the hoods. Period. Stay at the Dunkin Donuts and/or in your patrol car. Let them see what life and their neighborhoods are like without the police. Make them publicly beg for the police to come back. I am totally serious.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @Ano, @Mike_from_SGV, @Almost Missouri

    A one-point plan to avert the Second Civil War (War of Democrat Aggression).

    Each [zip code | census tract | county | parish | insert smallest admin district here] votes on whether to remain within the Union or to become a sovereign entity, with all the privileges and liabilities thereto.

    So if Walter Wallace’s neighborhood doesn’t like how Philadelphia Police deal with their Aspiring Rappers, they can become the Free State of Wallace and not have to suffer that indignity anymore. And the Philadelphia Police don’t have to suffer that risk to life and limb anymore. And the City of Philadelphia doesn’t have to suffer Retail Reckoning anymore. It’s win-win-win!

    Of course, there will appear to be some wrinkles, but in reality these are mostly features not bugs. For example, those who are very strongly opposed to how the majority in their district votes may choose to move out. But that’s actually a good thing, since the alternative is that they would have remained in a neighborhood hostile to their sensibilities as the nation slides closer to mass violence. Much better that everyone should clearly understand where their local real estate stands on the big questions of the day and therefore be able to take action in an orderly, preemptive and nonviolent way. But what about those who won’t or can’t move to more sympathetic climes? Of course, there will always be such cases, but even then, they are now better informed about their local circumstances, which is better than being blindsided by those circumstances later when unprepared.

    Thoroughfares (e.g. state and federal highways) and reservations (e.g. sate and federal parks) should remain with those entities unless and until alternative arrangements are made.

    Will everything go perfectly? No, of course not. But if you haven’t noticed, everything is not going perfectly now. And this way, everyone gets to put their money where their mouth is. A large portion of our current problems stem from people not having to bear the consequences of the policies they advocate and implement. This one-point plan tightens and rectifies feedback loops.

    Call it the Almost Missouri Compromise.

    • Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist
    @Almost Missouri


    Call it the Almost Missouri Compromise.

     

    I LOLed at that one.
    , @Rob McX
    @Almost Missouri

    I'm sure you're not naïve enough to think this would work.

    The problem is that blacks want the benefits of a law-abiding society without being law-abiding themselves. The same applies to a lot of immigrants who come to white countries from low-trust places where cheating and corruption are the norm. They want to enjoy living in a high-trust society while bringing their own corruption with them.

    If blacks were allowed to form their own enclaves, police shootings of criminals would multiply in them. Every society seeks to control criminals, and blacks would have much less patience in this matter than whites. Every day would bring a new Jacob Blake or Walter Wallace.

    Any attempt at consensual separation of races will result in the same thing: whites will go and build better societies, and then non-whites will follow them there.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Almost Missouri, @Joseph Doaks

  70. @Almost Missouri
    @ringo starr search

    A one-point plan to avert the Second Civil War (War of Democrat Aggression).

    Each [zip code | census tract | county | parish | insert smallest admin district here] votes on whether to remain within the Union or to become a sovereign entity, with all the privileges and liabilities thereto.

    So if Walter Wallace's neighborhood doesn't like how Philadelphia Police deal with their Aspiring Rappers, they can become the Free State of Wallace and not have to suffer that indignity anymore. And the Philadelphia Police don't have to suffer that risk to life and limb anymore. And the City of Philadelphia doesn't have to suffer Retail Reckoning anymore. It's win-win-win!

    Of course, there will appear to be some wrinkles, but in reality these are mostly features not bugs. For example, those who are very strongly opposed to how the majority in their district votes may choose to move out. But that's actually a good thing, since the alternative is that they would have remained in a neighborhood hostile to their sensibilities as the nation slides closer to mass violence. Much better that everyone should clearly understand where their local real estate stands on the big questions of the day and therefore be able to take action in an orderly, preemptive and nonviolent way. But what about those who won't or can't move to more sympathetic climes? Of course, there will always be such cases, but even then, they are now better informed about their local circumstances, which is better than being blindsided by those circumstances later when unprepared.

    Thoroughfares (e.g. state and federal highways) and reservations (e.g. sate and federal parks) should remain with those entities unless and until alternative arrangements are made.

    Will everything go perfectly? No, of course not. But if you haven't noticed, everything is not going perfectly now. And this way, everyone gets to put their money where their mouth is. A large portion of our current problems stem from people not having to bear the consequences of the policies they advocate and implement. This one-point plan tightens and rectifies feedback loops.

    Call it the Almost Missouri Compromise.

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist, @Rob McX

    Call it the Almost Missouri Compromise.

    I LOLed at that one.

    • Agree: ic1000
  71. Anonymous[249] • Disclaimer says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter
    There was an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer which stated police had been called to Mr. Wallace’s house 30 times since May, including 3 times the day he was shot. So this outcome shouldn’t have been a surprise to anyone: the family, the police or the neighborhood.

    Which means it could have been prevented. Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will? This brings the accompanying problem of how to diagnose these cases, and then how to actually force potentially violent people into a mental institution without someone getting hurt or killed. Not easy issues for sure. But we cannot continue with the status quo. It’s not good for anyone to have police officers forced to be the primary responders for people that have a known history of mental illness.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Jim Don Bob, @Anonymous, @Neuday

    Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will?

    The big problem is that the medical/paramedical/pharmaceutical complex (MPP Complex) has bamboozled the rest of us into thinking that:

    (1) All mental illness is generally treatable with drugs and years of treatment; and

    (2) Mental patients must be FORCED to take drugs that have very serious side effects. (Side effects are why many mental patients “go off their meds.”)

    In reality, pharmaceutical “treatment” is often administered for the profit and convenience of the MPP Complex with no regard whatever to the wishes of the patient.

    A truly CARING solution would be to put serious mental patients into an institution, but to guarantee their freedom NOT to submit to pharmaceutical regimes, sedation etc.

    Institutionalization does not NEED to cost a fortune if the focus is shifted from the “treatment” charade to simple management and basic safety for inmates (including if possible some paid work).

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Anonymous

    I’m sorry to contradict, but big evil Pharmaceuticals had absolutely nothing to do with closing the mental hospitals.

    Like most dangerous, destructive disastrous things that have happened in America since 1950 the satanic Supreme Court closed down the mental hospitals in 1975, O’Connor vs Donaldson. Contrary to what the media claims, Ronald Regean was neither governor president but a private citizen at the time.

    Every mental hospital in the country closed down within months. The inmates were put on a greyhound bus or train for the nearest city. The city social services weren’t notified.

    The inmates were expected to get off the train or bus (Greyhound stations are always in the nastiest part of downtown) and find their way to the welfare department find a place to live on the meager welfare money apply for disability and find their way to county hospital for counseling and medicine. And there really weren’t that many effective mental illness drugs at the time. There was Thorazine.

    County welfare and federal disability offices don’t go out looking for people. The applicants are supposed to come to the offices.

    By 1976 the cities were full of mentally ill homeless The Supreme Court has been a source of pure evil for the last 70 years. But much as I hate the affirmative action decisions I have to consider closing the mental hospitals the most purely evil thing the satanic supremes have ever done.

    In the American system, judges can issue insane orders but other people have to carry them out. The judges force us to spend billions on school desegregation busses lotteries vouchers etc and the hundreds of billions have not achieved what those vicious anti White racist judges intended, improve 80 IQ black school performance.

    The judges dump hundreds of thousands of the most helpless on the city streets and expect them to just lead normal lives. The cities weren’t even notified the mentally ill were coming.

    I’m extremely against judge made law. I honestly think a powerful King or dictator is the best system of government. Kings and dictators have to both decree and enforce laws. So they don’t decree insane expensive and disastrous laws like school bussing and closing mental hospitals because the ruler has to enforce the laws.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    , @anon
    @Anonymous

    Institutionalization does not NEED to cost a fortune if the focus is shifted from the “treatment” charade to simple management and basic safety for inmates (including if possible some paid work).

    That has been done in the past, like 100 years ago. There would be problems with the hired help, who often were the sort of people that didn't qualify to work in a nursing home. There would be problems with corner cutting, leading to issues with food, care, etc. Never a perfect solution when people are involved, and the perfect is always the goal for binary thinkers emoters, i.e. libtards.

    Also it would require backing away from medication-as-solution, which has been pretty popular since the 1960's. It would also require changes in state laws, never an easy proposition, because it means rolling back "progressiveness", and blah blah arc of history something progress blah.

    , @Colin Wright
    @Anonymous

    '...Institutionalization does not NEED to cost a fortune if the focus is shifted from the “treatment” charade to simple management and basic safety for inmates (including if possible some paid work).'

    This is interesting. What you're talking about is a return to the more structured environments of the past (the parish, the village, the manor, the plantation, et al) for those who in fact need the structure.

    Replies: @Wielgus

  72. @PhysicistDave
    Has anyone commented that the rioting in Philly is likely to turn the suburbs and the countryside against Biden?

    If Trump takes PA, he can thank Biden for his goofy comments about fossil fuels during the debate as well as the thugs who are now looting Philly.

    We would have no chance against the Left if not for the fact that so many of them are determined to prove themselves to be thugs or idiots.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    If Trump takes PA, he can thank Biden for his goofy comments about fossil fuels during the debate as well as the thugs who are now looting Philly.

    Trump won more electors in 2016 than Truman, Kennedy, Nixon (1968), Carter (1976), and GW Bush (2000 & 2004). Who needs a “popular vote”? Justin Trudeau didn’t, either.

    It would be nice if he could beat Clinton’s numbers, but Howie Hawkins is no Ross Perot.

  73. If Trump takes PA, he can thank Biden for his goofy comments about fossil fuels during the debate as well as the thugs who are now looting Philly.

    Trump won more electors in 2016 than Truman, Kennedy, Nixon (1968), Carter (1976), and GW Bush (2000 & 2004). Even after adjusting for a slightly smaller college.

    Who needs a “popular vote”? Justin Trudeau didn’t, either.

    It would be nice if he could beat Clinton’s numbers, but Howie Hawkins is no Ross Perot.

  74. @songbird
    Are there any separate fertility statistics for criminal men? It seems like they are highly fecund.

    Replies: @Wilkey, @Almost Missouri, @S. Anonyia

    Chicks dig jerks felons aspiring rappers.

  75. @Almost Missouri
    @ringo starr search

    A one-point plan to avert the Second Civil War (War of Democrat Aggression).

    Each [zip code | census tract | county | parish | insert smallest admin district here] votes on whether to remain within the Union or to become a sovereign entity, with all the privileges and liabilities thereto.

    So if Walter Wallace's neighborhood doesn't like how Philadelphia Police deal with their Aspiring Rappers, they can become the Free State of Wallace and not have to suffer that indignity anymore. And the Philadelphia Police don't have to suffer that risk to life and limb anymore. And the City of Philadelphia doesn't have to suffer Retail Reckoning anymore. It's win-win-win!

    Of course, there will appear to be some wrinkles, but in reality these are mostly features not bugs. For example, those who are very strongly opposed to how the majority in their district votes may choose to move out. But that's actually a good thing, since the alternative is that they would have remained in a neighborhood hostile to their sensibilities as the nation slides closer to mass violence. Much better that everyone should clearly understand where their local real estate stands on the big questions of the day and therefore be able to take action in an orderly, preemptive and nonviolent way. But what about those who won't or can't move to more sympathetic climes? Of course, there will always be such cases, but even then, they are now better informed about their local circumstances, which is better than being blindsided by those circumstances later when unprepared.

    Thoroughfares (e.g. state and federal highways) and reservations (e.g. sate and federal parks) should remain with those entities unless and until alternative arrangements are made.

    Will everything go perfectly? No, of course not. But if you haven't noticed, everything is not going perfectly now. And this way, everyone gets to put their money where their mouth is. A large portion of our current problems stem from people not having to bear the consequences of the policies they advocate and implement. This one-point plan tightens and rectifies feedback loops.

    Call it the Almost Missouri Compromise.

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist, @Rob McX

    I’m sure you’re not naïve enough to think this would work.

    The problem is that blacks want the benefits of a law-abiding society without being law-abiding themselves. The same applies to a lot of immigrants who come to white countries from low-trust places where cheating and corruption are the norm. They want to enjoy living in a high-trust society while bringing their own corruption with them.

    If blacks were allowed to form their own enclaves, police shootings of criminals would multiply in them. Every society seeks to control criminals, and blacks would have much less patience in this matter than whites. Every day would bring a new Jacob Blake or Walter Wallace.

    Any attempt at consensual separation of races will result in the same thing: whites will go and build better societies, and then non-whites will follow them there.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Rob McX


    If blacks were allowed to form their own enclaves, police shootings of criminals would multiply in them. Every society seeks to control criminals, and blacks would have much less patience in this matter than whites. Every day would bring a new Jacob Blake or Walter Wallace.
     
    You mean like this? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_Anti-Robbery_Squad#2020_End_SARS_campaign
    , @Almost Missouri
    @Rob McX


    The problem is that blacks want the benefits of a law-abiding society without being law-abiding themselves. The same applies to a lot of immigrants who come to white countries from low-trust places where cheating and corruption are the norm. They want to enjoy living in a high-trust society while bringing their own corruption with them.
     
    Perhaps. Let them vote on it and we'll see. And don't forget, "law abiding society" gets to vote on whether they want to remain part of that deal too.

    If blacks were allowed to form their own enclaves, police shootings of criminals would multiply in them. Every society seeks to control criminals, and blacks would have much less patience in this matter than whites.
     
    What's the downside?

    Every day would bring a new Jacob Blake or Walter Wallace.
     
    In the Free State of Wallace, go ahead, make their day.

    Any attempt at consensual separation of races will result in the same thing: whites will go and build better societies, and then non-whites will follow them there.
     
    It's not an attempt at separation of races. That may be a consequence, though if you haven't noticed, the races are pretty well separated already, so I wouldn't forecast any major racial shifts. There are plenty of white people who don't want to be around each other, and more to the point, don't want to live with the consequences imposed on them by the others, especially when the others are ruthless oligarchs, shrieking SJWs and Deep State apparatchiks. Or conversely, those oligarchs, SJWs and Deep Staters simply can't stand living in a country with Trump voters. Many people on both sides of these divides are armed, and some are already violent.

    The Almost Missouri Compromise is an attempt to get the result now nonviolently that is eventually going to happen violently anyway. This used to be understood to be the whole purpose of politics: achieving nonviolently what would otherwise happen through bloodshed. But somehow politics nowadays has become an end in itself, immune to the eventualities it creates or neglects: a eunuch politics. Why are so many saying voting doesn't matter? Why do we suspect they might be right? Let us make politics great again. Make politics about actual reality, not media symbolism. Let us make politics that matter. Let us seize the day.

    Reject it if you like, but when the violence then inevitably comes, I get to say "I told you so."

    , @Joseph Doaks
    @Rob McX

    "whites will go and build better societies, and then non-whites will follow them there."

    What we actually need is internal border controls at the county level. Let the residents of each county decide who may enter, who may stay. State law could establish this, and it's no business of the federal government per the Tenth Amendment.

  76. @Rob McX
    @notsaying


    I am amazed he just got married, I cannot imagine when he last had a job and how little it paid.
     
    Maybe he had more charges pending and thought his being married would convince the sentencing judge that he was finally turning his life around.

    Replies: @notsaying, @Deep Anonymous, @Alden

    That’s a possibility. But it seems that things were actually getting worse for him. But then I am forgetting how eager some women are to “help” a man by doing a thousand things for him when he wouldn’t do one thing for her.

  77. @Mike_from_SGV
    @ringo starr search

    Forget the wall with Mexico, we need walls around the BLM districts. They are unsuited to mingle with civil society. Let them live unhindered inside their walled cities.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

    Thank you for your support of the Almost Missouri Compromise.

  78. Anonymous[330] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rob McX
    @Almost Missouri

    I'm sure you're not naïve enough to think this would work.

    The problem is that blacks want the benefits of a law-abiding society without being law-abiding themselves. The same applies to a lot of immigrants who come to white countries from low-trust places where cheating and corruption are the norm. They want to enjoy living in a high-trust society while bringing their own corruption with them.

    If blacks were allowed to form their own enclaves, police shootings of criminals would multiply in them. Every society seeks to control criminals, and blacks would have much less patience in this matter than whites. Every day would bring a new Jacob Blake or Walter Wallace.

    Any attempt at consensual separation of races will result in the same thing: whites will go and build better societies, and then non-whites will follow them there.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Almost Missouri, @Joseph Doaks

    If blacks were allowed to form their own enclaves, police shootings of criminals would multiply in them. Every society seeks to control criminals, and blacks would have much less patience in this matter than whites. Every day would bring a new Jacob Blake or Walter Wallace.

    You mean like this? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_Anti-Robbery_Squad#2020_End_SARS_campaign

  79. @Wilkey
    @songbird


    Are there any separate fertility statistics for criminal men? It seems like they are highly fecund.
     
    What the idiot politicians (many of them Republican) who are pushing for criminal deform (i.e., drastically reduced jail time) don’t get is that locking these thugs up is a long-term investment in reducing the size of the future criminal population. The longer they spend in jail the less time they have to breed. Now of course to some degree the women they would be impregnating will be impregnated by other men, but we will still see a net reduction in criminal types. It’s a eugenics program. Hell, in civilized societies the jails and prisons (and gallows) have been improving the gene pool for hundreds or even thousands of years. Why stop now?

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Achmed E. Newman

    Only thing is, Socialism is dysgenic, and it gets to many times more black people than prison does, and it gets to them first.

    • Replies: @Guy De Champlagne
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Paying poor people to have children is dysgenic. That doesn't have much to do with socialism. It's possible to o that without socialism (without any government involvement at all) and vice versa.

    Paying poor people not to have children is just as socialist at paying poor to have children.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    , @Occasional lurker
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Socialism like in the Ex-Soviet-influence-sphere was not dysgenic because it was authoritarian and expected everyone to work for the common good, so had little respect for people who didn't. Nonconformers were seen as enemies of the state. People with low IQ in the ex-GDR lived in sex-segregated tightly-controlled sheltered accomodations, had sheltered supervised workplaces and had hardly any children (probably there were semi-forced abortions when someone did get pregnant). I know of one low IQ woman who had had no children in the GDR sheltered controlled environment, but, left to her own devices and without work after reunification, had 5 children when I last heard of her who were all under costly supervision of youth services.
    Repeat offender adolescents were called "asocial" in the GDR and put into institutions with high discipline that were probably not a nice place to be.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Wielgus

  80. (by the way, my new motto is: “If there is hope, it lies in the local if-it-bleeds-it-leads newscasts”):

    Do you know that Trump’s sole significant media reforms have been to systematically undermine the local news requirements of FCC TV licenses and further centralize and consolidate elite liberal control of the news? This from the guy who ran against the media and had a wannabe alternative media baron as his chief advisor.

    This, in addition to giving as many interviews as he can to the NY times and elite establishment figures like Woodward ought to tell you something.

    And the dumb dumbs here vote for Trump because they hate and want to spite the media.

  81. Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, the angry negroes are ignoring social
    distancing in respect for Crazy Walter, while mourn-looting
    and mourn-running-over-police-officers:

    • Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @anonymous

    This is the first I hear of this, and it's just across the B'klyn Bridge from me. I checked and NYTImes did not cover it, not even a mention--what a SHIT PAPER. Wall Street Journal did and CBS as well. Incredible. I'm going to check WaPo...NO, nothing at all. This is getting to be like non-stop ECT, except there's no need for general anaesthesia.

  82. Maybe there’s a “Red Hour” for black people like in that Star Trek episode where white people are allowed, and even encouraged by their government to act like blacks for short periods of time.

  83. Popular? Yes. yes.

    Video clips show Philly Police being excessively paunchy and being insulted by white noddlearms.

    I hear the National Guard has already been deployed.

  84. I can see retailers that blacks like, whether they usually buy there or high-end aspirational brands, becoming very leery of multiple blacks coming not the store together, or blacks who arrive in trucks, SUVs, or anything that can hold a lot of loot. I can see them having rules on how many people can be in the parking lot, enforced mostly on pocks. The pocks will find this racism very upsetting, as they are unlikely to understand why businesses dislike blacks.

    [MORE]

    Companies may try to reduce their hippity hop appeal. Fewer ads targeted to blacks, color schemes they find unappealing, clothes cut for small asses and only available in smaller sizes…Stores will close in heavily black areas, and white areas will use cops to enforce human-like behavior, so blacks will have more negative interaction cops. Cops who will be extra pissed, because they passed up city salaries because they didn’t wanna deal with the pock underclass.

    I could be totally wrong, companies might crank up their appeal to pocks. Chuck Rudd, I think, or one of his commenters has predicted that we are close to ‘peak negro’, where whites lose a lot of interest in blacks and their mattering lives. I could see this, but white women do seem to get along with blacks, both males and females, than white men do, I don’t know why.

    Convincing white women to be on Team White is the big challenge the post-conservative right will face in the next decade or so. I think we should support AA for women, but oppose it for non-whites. We want to make having kids easier for intact white families, and harder for single moms. Making companies give women raises as if they hadn’t taken maternity leave and similar policies are unfair to men, no question. But men and women are different, and every intelligent rightist/true progrssive wants intelligent, ambitious, married women to have more kids, so society may need to treat women differently to get TFR above 2.1. Remember when even Republicans would push back on AA?

    • Replies: @Rob Lee
    @Rob

    The simplest way of accomplishing the return to marriage and childrearing is to pay increasingly large amounts of public welfare ONLY to couples that marry, stay married, and both raise and educate law-abiding, moral citizens. It really is so very simple. You get more of what you subsidize, so subsidize moral family formation and penalize the anti-social behavior.

    Replies: @Travis

  85. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Wilkey

    Only thing is, Socialism is dysgenic, and it gets to many times more black people than prison does, and it gets to them first.

    Replies: @Guy De Champlagne, @Occasional lurker

    Paying poor people to have children is dysgenic. That doesn’t have much to do with socialism. It’s possible to o that without socialism (without any government involvement at all) and vice versa.

    Paying poor people not to have children is just as socialist at paying poor to have children.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Guy De Champlagne


    That doesn’t have much to do with socialism.
     
    Yes, it most certainly does. Do you know of a Socialist government that does not use OPM to operate? What do they do, make their revenue at the craps tables?

    It’s possible to do that without socialism (without any government involvement at all) and vice versa.
     
    The former is called charity and people don't donate until they have more than enough for themselves and their families. Because it's their own money, the don't let the money get spent unwisely for long. The latter, Socialism without the supporting of poor people to have children, is not possible by definition. When you take OPM forcibly and dole it out, those on the dole will be less responsible than those who've earned it.

    Socialism punishes the responsible and rewards the irresponsible. Having children when you can't afford it is irresponsible, so that's why it will occur at a high rate under Socialism. Worse yet, unless the country is somehow rich beyond its dreams from oil money or something, the responsible will have poor family formation and poor fertility, as they have less money and opportunity under Socialism. That's alright, you'll be dead and gone when all this comes to fruition. Why do you care?

    Replies: @Guy De Champlagne

  86. @Rob McX
    @Almost Missouri

    I'm sure you're not naïve enough to think this would work.

    The problem is that blacks want the benefits of a law-abiding society without being law-abiding themselves. The same applies to a lot of immigrants who come to white countries from low-trust places where cheating and corruption are the norm. They want to enjoy living in a high-trust society while bringing their own corruption with them.

    If blacks were allowed to form their own enclaves, police shootings of criminals would multiply in them. Every society seeks to control criminals, and blacks would have much less patience in this matter than whites. Every day would bring a new Jacob Blake or Walter Wallace.

    Any attempt at consensual separation of races will result in the same thing: whites will go and build better societies, and then non-whites will follow them there.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Almost Missouri, @Joseph Doaks

    The problem is that blacks want the benefits of a law-abiding society without being law-abiding themselves. The same applies to a lot of immigrants who come to white countries from low-trust places where cheating and corruption are the norm. They want to enjoy living in a high-trust society while bringing their own corruption with them.

    Perhaps. Let them vote on it and we’ll see. And don’t forget, “law abiding society” gets to vote on whether they want to remain part of that deal too.

    If blacks were allowed to form their own enclaves, police shootings of criminals would multiply in them. Every society seeks to control criminals, and blacks would have much less patience in this matter than whites.

    What’s the downside?

    Every day would bring a new Jacob Blake or Walter Wallace.

    In the Free State of Wallace, go ahead, make their day.

    Any attempt at consensual separation of races will result in the same thing: whites will go and build better societies, and then non-whites will follow them there.

    It’s not an attempt at separation of races. That may be a consequence, though if you haven’t noticed, the races are pretty well separated already, so I wouldn’t forecast any major racial shifts. There are plenty of white people who don’t want to be around each other, and more to the point, don’t want to live with the consequences imposed on them by the others, especially when the others are ruthless oligarchs, shrieking SJWs and Deep State apparatchiks. Or conversely, those oligarchs, SJWs and Deep Staters simply can’t stand living in a country with Trump voters. Many people on both sides of these divides are armed, and some are already violent.

    The Almost Missouri Compromise is an attempt to get the result now nonviolently that is eventually going to happen violently anyway. This used to be understood to be the whole purpose of politics: achieving nonviolently what would otherwise happen through bloodshed. But somehow politics nowadays has become an end in itself, immune to the eventualities it creates or neglects: a eunuch politics. Why are so many saying voting doesn’t matter? Why do we suspect they might be right? Let us make politics great again. Make politics about actual reality, not media symbolism. Let us make politics that matter. Let us seize the day.

    Reject it if you like, but when the violence then inevitably comes, I get to say “I told you so.”

  87. On the crime thing, I’ve said it before, but blacks need a reservation system, much like American Indians, They should be able to live in areas subject to black control with federal oversight. Where blacks are the police, courts, an maybe jailers. The federal oversight would be to keep them from going too far off the rails, like cannibalism or raiding parties in people’s areas.

    When a black went crazy, he would be attacking blacks, with black neighbors and black cops responding if other blacks were frightened or thought they were in danger, Is a particular black having a psychotic episode dangerous? That’s a problem that blacks should be handling amongst themselves. The quality of policing would be objectively worse than stores run by middle man minorities, bur that’s a decision blacks should be allowed to make.

    How will blacks on reservations make money to import goods produced by whites? They would run farms, factories, call centers, and controlled fusion research labs,Nancy and all of those, at least the ones they can make work.

    Not all blacks would want to live on the reservations, but every black would be making the conscious decision to live in the conditions blacks can create for themselves or would they like access to the white man and all his juju. Much like AnotherDad’s use of separation as a clarifying idea for both blacks and whites, a reservation system is that as well, as well as being slightly more realistic,

    I have similar plans for Mecicansm who would live in a large reservation south of Texas, and Peurto Ricans, whom I would send to a tropical island paradise in the Caribbean,

    • Replies: @Wilkey
    @Rob

    Rob, blacks already have this option: Sub-Saharan Africa, and even much of the Caribbean. Very few of them take advantage of it.

  88. @Whiskey
    I agree with the original poster. And the thing is throwing cops to the volcano is not sustainable.

    Cities are dead. They are not sustainable. Not even as Dem vote farms.

    Replies: @Neoconned

    I saw the clips of the looting of the Walmart in Philly & just thought “wow, that citys on its way out.”

    In some parts of the country the cops would read the Riot Act and unload with rifles.

    The looting reminded me of the end of “Book of Eli” after his men have lost control of his town and there’s rioting and looting…..

    I hope these dips–t mayors get the message loud & clear. With Zoom those high end office workers who supply capital to support and service industries go away…..

  89. @Buffalo Joe
    Another stereotype was shot and killed in Philly. Seven kids, just got married, aspiring rapper, 'probably' wanted to play in the NBA. What did I miss?

    Replies: @Jack D, @Dacian Julien Soros, @Rob, @J.Ross, @Gary in Gramercy

    Omg! I just came up with 2 great names for a pair of black fraternal twins.
    The girl:LaStereotypia
    The boy: D’Stereotyparius

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Rob

    LaSteatopygia.



    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-RHGHgsKA9zU/UudHMkBUOAI/AAAAAAAAA5U/07PTd6r9jYE/s1600/16.jpg

    Replies: @black sea, @Kolya Krassotkin, @bruce county, @Alden

  90. I see your point, but the problem began when people were forced to live together in the same countries. I’d have no problem with blacks killing each other in their own territories. But they wouldn’t stay there, they’d move to where whites live (or at least to somewhere under white rule).

    And don’t forget, “law abiding society” gets to vote on whether they want to remain part of that deal too.

    Trouble is, it’s already part of the deal. The laws against murder, robbery, etc. are already there. Living in America entails an implicit agreement to abide by them.

    I suppose a solution to the problem of having law-abiding territories would be that anyone who breaks the law would be immediately expelled and exiled to the Free State of Wallace.

  91. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Wilkey

    Only thing is, Socialism is dysgenic, and it gets to many times more black people than prison does, and it gets to them first.

    Replies: @Guy De Champlagne, @Occasional lurker

    Socialism like in the Ex-Soviet-influence-sphere was not dysgenic because it was authoritarian and expected everyone to work for the common good, so had little respect for people who didn’t. Nonconformers were seen as enemies of the state. People with low IQ in the ex-GDR lived in sex-segregated tightly-controlled sheltered accomodations, had sheltered supervised workplaces and had hardly any children (probably there were semi-forced abortions when someone did get pregnant). I know of one low IQ woman who had had no children in the GDR sheltered controlled environment, but, left to her own devices and without work after reunification, had 5 children when I last heard of her who were all under costly supervision of youth services.
    Repeat offender adolescents were called “asocial” in the GDR and put into institutions with high discipline that were probably not a nice place to be.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Occasional lurker

    So you have to go straight to hard-core Communism then? That's fine, until a Chairman Mao, Pol Pot, Castro, or Stalin "takes office".

    PS: Don't take this the wrong way, O.L. It didn't sound like you were in favor of all that, but just giving information.

    , @Wielgus
    @Occasional lurker

    I would be surprised if they used the word asozial as this has Nazi overtones in German. Although no doubt they had the concept in the GDR of "anti-social", "undermining socialist construction" etc.

  92. Shouldn’t it be: “Sam white, Wallace’s cousin.”?

  93. OT: Even goodthinker Sweeney is unsure about the evolution of BLM UK into a political party with unclear goals (except accepting donations I suppose):

    What is the point of BLM? As the UK group implodes over plans to become a political party, even it doesn’t seem to know

    The cotton fields of Milton Keynes must be liberated!

    And there is another curious angle to consider. On October 23, it emerged that another strand of BLM UK was rebranding as a ‘community benefit society’, Black Liberation Movement UK, and confirmed it had received donations totalling £1.2 million.

    A few days later, news about BLM UK becoming a political party surfaced. The timing is too convenient to be a coincidence and suggests something has occurred behind the scenes.

    I wonder what that could be?

    The vast majority of British people don’t view racial equality as something to be debated like increasing spending on the transport system or adjusting income tax. They simply want something to be done.

    The need is unquestionable; newly published figures, for example, showed that in England and Wales black people are nine times more likely to be stopped by the police than white people.

    One of the major unsolved problems that the UK has these days is incontinent stopping of black bodies.

    Surely rather than more politicisation, better education of people is what’s needed: lead by example, have zero tolerance for racism, encourage inclusion and community, and avoid hardline division.

    “Zero Tolerance for Racism” sounds like an ontologically sound position, especially if accompanied by the “avoidance of hardline divisions” (what, like the 2nd SS Panzer?)

    “Education will continue until perfect diversity has been achieved!”

  94. @The Last Real Calvinist
    @anon


    In 2016, during a robbery, he allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and held what she believed to be a gun to her head, according to court records.

     

    What's most telling about the line you quoted is the phrase 'during a robbery', which is tossed in almost as an aside. It's just preamble, context, background description -- instead of 'during a robbery', you expect something anodyne such as 'while ordering a burrito bowl at Chipotle'.

    It's as if the article writer simply assumed that, yes, obviously, an exemplary citizen such as Wallace would be going about his day-to-day business committing robbery as a matter of course. It's only grabbing a woman by the neck that is actually worth noting.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix, @International Jew

    Sounds like “unwanted touching”.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @International Jew

    Until you actually make the advance (or, in this case, the touching), how can you know it's unwanted? There's the whole "during a robbery" business, sure. Still, gals like a guy with initiative.

  95. @Achmed E. Newman

    A day after he was shot and killed by two police officers, sparking protests and a night of civil unrest in Philadelphia, ...
     
    Oh, just civil unrest. That's not rioting is it? Maybe peaceful rioting. Who among us hasn't incited a peaceful riot? Even Rod Stewart has done that, in Paris one time, and all he wanted was a cup of tea.

    "Whoever amongst ye has not started a riot may cast the first stone." No, wait ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqi_m-pMuoI

    Replies: @RVBlake

    “Peaceful protest/civil unrest” is the new “teen”.

  96. @anon
    @Jack D

    My favorite part is “'He’s a kid who wanted to be a musician,' White said. 'He loved music.'"

    Well, who doesn't like music? Except for deaf people, I guess, or those few people who have that weird disorder where their brains can't process music (I think it was Vladmir Nabokov who was like that.), who doesn't like music?

    When you try to find something, anything good to say about someone, and the only thing you can come up with is "He liked music!", it's a sign that you're dealing with a dirtbag of truly memorable proportions.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @SteveRogers42, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin

    I believe he also liked kittens.

  97. @Lurker
    @Wade Hampton

    Or too much?

    Replies: @Polistra

    Or (open secret) the meds are generally ineffective and pointless?

    Unless you own a pharmaceutical company of course.

    • LOL: Old and Grumpy
  98. @Anonymous
    None of these new stories matter. Everyone knows the truth about black criminality.

    The problem is too many whites among us who have no loyalty to us. They think if they get their own gated community the problems of other white people are not their problems.

    Whites who are off in some safe all-white area are notoriously preachy and indifferent to the fate of other whites.

    Replies: @Polistra, @ATBOTL

    Consider the Republican senators whose seats are safe and don’t care that Congress will be permanently Democratic after Tuesday.

  99. @Anon7
    “The blacks seem to want to be left alone to live in a parallel society outside of legal norms...”

    This is just HBD at work. Muslims, Jews, Somalis, Hindus, Tamils - they all want the same.

    Somehow, the word has gone forth that the United States is a big, spacious, empty place where you can come and establish your national or ethnic group.

    If whites still want to have their own space to do this, they need to expel these invaders who have no place in our society.

    Replies: @Polistra

    Whites don’t want that. They’re trained to believe that any degree of self determination is akin to the dreaded White Supremacy.

    This is what goodwhites want:

    https://summit.news/2020/06/02/video-woman-kneels-on-demand-in-the-street-to-apologize-for-her-white-privilege/

    YouTube has deleted every instance of the video

    ————————
    PS. I thought we weren’t supposed to call the cops on black men. 30 times just this summer? They’re allowed.

  100. He died a father of seven, so America’s problem with his brand of behavior has been multiplied by 3 1/2 (allowing for 50% inheritance). His children will be roughly the same in young adulthood, and there are lots of them.

  101. Wow, the narrative collapse did not take long this time.

    Radio Derb should be really good this week!

    My bet is that Wallace Jr here was already a hell raiser in middle school if not elementary.

    My idea for saving our cities is to identify the Walter Wallace Jr’s of the world and pay them to have a possibly reversible vasectomy as soon as they begin having serious run ins with the law.

    Think of what Mr Wallace Jr could have done with $10,000 to drop out of school early and start that rap career.

    But, Okay, lets say there is the rare case of a Wallace Jr, by the time he is 30 realizing that being a criminal or a rapper is not a good life goal, and proves he can hold down a honest job and become a respectable parent.

    Well then society pays to have his vasectomy reversed or his sperm take out of deep freeze.

    In either case there are no 7, 8, 9… future Walter Wallaces IIIs to become the next aspiring rapper to get shot by the cops and become the excuse for riots.

  102. OMG, he was 27 yrs old and already had 7 children and no job other than aspiring musician. 7 children, insane and violent , 18 arrests 5 assaults on police officers. School age children, he must have started his squirt and scram career in his mid teens. Imagine what the mothers are like if they conceived a baby with him.

    So all you eugenics guys, still against abortion?

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @Alden

    Wow, should all 7 have been aborted? How many children are going to be killed in your ideal eugenic world? Sounds like the population is going to plummet. Careful what you wish for.

    , @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Alden

    I agree, they would have been better off aborted. Easier said than done, how many 10's of thousands of these rodents have such wonderfully organized life-styles?

    Replies: @Alden

  103. @Polynikes
    Tucker Carlson just did one of the most important and news worthy interviews in a decade, at least. If Biden wins the election they’ll use it to put Kamala in the Whitehouse.

    Replies: @fnn, @Tono Bungay, @AndrewR

    Got a link, Polynikes?

  104. @Rob McX
    @notsaying


    I am amazed he just got married, I cannot imagine when he last had a job and how little it paid.
     
    Maybe he had more charges pending and thought his being married would convince the sentencing judge that he was finally turning his life around.

    Replies: @notsaying, @Deep Anonymous, @Alden

    Do not discount the possibility that he wanted his fiancee to invoke the spousal privilege in any upcoming legal proceedings. Who knows what charges were pending against this guy.

    • Agree: notsaying
  105. @Reg Cæsar
    Never mind the pandemic. These sisters should wear masks just because:

    US sisters charged with stabbing security guard 27 times after being told to wear face masks


    https://cdn.i-scmp.com/sites/default/files/styles/1200x800/public/d8/images/methode/2020/10/28/388aa298-18ac-11eb-8f67-a484f6db61a1_image_hires_073504.jpg?itok=yS1g4mMV&v=1603841711

    Replies: @Alden, @Hangnail Hans

    Reminds me of my Probation Officer days.

    Poor guard stabbed 27 times at work. The workmen’s compensation might not ever pay the ER hospital for stitching him up. And drag him through Wcom hearings for years before authorizing further treatment. Plus he’ll be fired by the employer because of the Wcom claim.

    I hope the county DA isn’t a Soros DA.

  106. @Polynikes
    Tucker Carlson just did one of the most important and news worthy interviews in a decade, at least. If Biden wins the election they’ll use it to put Kamala in the Whitehouse.

    Replies: @fnn, @Tono Bungay, @AndrewR

    Would President Harris be worse than President Kushner? I’m not seeing it.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @AndrewR

    Kushner is not on the ballot. Harris is. The correct question is whether President Pence would be better than President Harris and I have no doubt that he would. Harris had the #1 most liberal voting record in the Senate. She is literally the MOST Leftist Senator and there's a good chance that if Biden wins she will become the POTUS.

    Personally I am not that afraid of Biden. He would govern as a mainstream Democrat. Not good but we've had mainstream Democrats as President for much of the last century and the Republic has survived. But Harris is in another category. We would be straying into uncharted territory. Even if you don't like Trump, it's worth voting for him just to keep Harris out of the White House.

    Replies: @Lot, @Johann Ricke, @David In TN

    , @Richard B
    @AndrewR


    Would President Harris be worse than President Kushner? I’m not seeing it.
     
    A dreadful thought inside a reasonable question.

    And, yeah, I'm not seeing it either.

  107. “Mental health is real,” Sam White, Wallace’s cousin, told NBC10. “Depression is real. That’s something that we have to look at as a society. How we engage and we interact when those happen. How the police respond when you deal with a crisis situation.”

    Mr. White isn’t wrong. Free-ranging serious mental health issues hasn’t worked and hasn’t done the anyone any good. Nonetheless, ask yourself, who does the hospital send to deal with a rogue patient with psychiatric issues (psychosis, schizophrenia) ? Is it the social worker, or some large bodied guards?

    The problems are 1) that calling the police is after it may be too late for the more controlled response, 2) police don’t have the benefit of a medical dossier to evaluate their options.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Dr. DoomNGloom

    Yes, but there is a larger problem. First thing, if we're not allowed to discuss black impulse control, if even Sean Hannity waves his hands and tries to babble sensitively about mental health, then this isn't a discussion, we're not allowed to talk properly, and we shouldn't dignify the insulting and pointless pseudo-discussion. Bear that in mind for the second part. The second part is the idiots who are proud of the lockdown and came up with Red Flag laws and are often openly socialist will be the ones defining and legislating the New Mental Health. There will of course be "doctors," and we see in the lockdown what doctors are really like: a handful point out how wrong this is and are easily silenced and punished, the vast majority are okay with whatever they find themselves rubberstamping. And remember, this is a situation that the socialist liars do not consider to be a real problem anyway. As with their Red Flag laws it's not a good faith effort at solving a problem, it's a new improvement on the removal of inconvenient people, descended from the Directory and Stalin and the political use of mental health diagnosis. Where does Steve get this faith that people self-endangeringly committed to pretending to not see black violence will suddenly do something responsible once they have enough cover? What will happen is the worst elements will be worse than ever, they will be less policed than now, but white regime critics will get stomped into the curb, then overmedicated. And of course everyone will be redundantly informed that critics of the government are dangerously insane, and are the "real threat" compared to harmless rapists and B&E crews.

  108. @Reg Cæsar
    Never mind the pandemic. These sisters should wear masks just because:

    US sisters charged with stabbing security guard 27 times after being told to wear face masks


    https://cdn.i-scmp.com/sites/default/files/styles/1200x800/public/d8/images/methode/2020/10/28/388aa298-18ac-11eb-8f67-a484f6db61a1_image_hires_073504.jpg?itok=yS1g4mMV&v=1603841711

    Replies: @Alden, @Hangnail Hans

    These people are everywhere. And they’re multiplying like rodents.

  109. @Jack D
    @Buffalo Joe

    The number of keeds keeps going up. Now they are saying that he was a father of eight whose ninth child could be born as soon as this week. I'm sure that he was paying child support to all 8 with his lucrative rap career. Surely these 8 mothers ( assume it's 8 different mothers but who knows) didn't all live on the taxpayer's dime? If sexy rapper guys like him can have 9 kids while nerdy Asian actuary types are (not by choice) as celibate as Medieval monks then we really are doomed.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @ThisIsAnon153Replying, @Alden, @Rob Lee

    8 kids and probably several mothers. That’s about $10, ooo a month plus maybe $3,000 food card. About 155K a year of the taxpayers money.

    Plus medi care , school counselors police child protective services and the grandchildren soon as the girls turn 16. He could have been a grandpa at 35. Think of him baby sitting the grand kids, he’d kill them and or rape the girls or boys

    When his 9th baby is born, he’ll have the same number of children Mayflower passengers John and Priscilla Alden had. And in 400 years, about 8 million direct descendants. Or more, given the mid teen births of Wallace and his baby mammas.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Alden

    You are both one of the most lucid and one of the most depressing commenters here. Your realism is a tonic.

  110. “. . . If there is hope, it lies in the local if-it-bleeds-it-leads newscasts[.]”

    Yet another Orwell reference.

    I’m beginning to think Steve and I share this fear that, on November 3rd, the clock strikes thirteen.

  111. C’mon guys, you’re not crediting Philly rioters for driving to their looting. Its not safe to walk blocks from their hoods to the whiteish neighborhoods that have strip malls. Now that is using your IQ points. Also best of luck to all of Wallace’s baby mamas in getting a cut from the future payout. He’s got a widow and a very big mother calling first dibs.

    We use to have blacks come out from Philadelphia to the farm I grew up on to hunt small game. Never any worries. What happened to that black community? Oh yeah… the last of them was murdered while going to work.

  112. @Ano
    @ringo starr search

    Yes, what are the odds if the police hadn't intervened, some other negro(es) would have- and dealt with him in the traditional negro manner.

    That is, his inevitable-death-by-violence would then just be another snitches-get-stitches unsolved negro murder with unknown negro suspect(s).

    Just another out of (yawn) hundreds each year....

    Yes, time (oh, is it time!) for the negro to do their own policing in their own negro way. Either Lex Talionis or Lex-Africanis (i.e. see Nigeria in the news).

    Yes, when it comes to a belief in no-silly-Woke-liberal-progressive-nonsense policing no one can hold a candle to moneyed negroes.

    Isn't it a fact that the harshest most rigorous policing is in respectable black wealthy/middle-class residential areas, where black police officers crack down hard on any criminal/misbehaving niggaz who dare to move in or enter. (If anybody complains, it's just (((progessives))).)

    Replies: @Alden

    I don’t think so. Well off respectable blacks try to move to White neighborhoods so their kids can go to mostly White schools. Remember, most of the respectable blacks are affirmative action middle class and their kids behave like regular blacks. The middle class blacks don’t want their kids around the children of other affirmative action middle class blacks.

    I doubt black cops crack down hard in black criminals. Plenty of black Muslims and activist black cops. Unless you’ve worked with a lot of blacks, not just a few who behave themselves, it’s impossible to know how deeply the respectable affirmative action blacks including cops hate, deeply hate Whites.

    Plus, most departments try to make life easy for black cops by sending them to White neighborhoods and hard for White cops by sending them to black neighborhoods. Same with school teachers. Blacks are rewarded with well behaved White kids. White teachers are punished with black savages. I believe there’s some official policies about this.

  113. @notsaying
    Am I wrong to be surprised that neither of these cops had a taser? I thought most cops had them today. It is good to have a nonlethal option.

    I am sorry this guy is dead but given his history and what he was doing, what else were these cops without tasers supposed to do besides get out their guns?

    I would agree with Alec Lesmas's point but I would say that none of the elites want to know what goes on in high crime areas or what life is like for cops or anybody outside their expensive bubble neighborhoods, Democrat or Republican. They are willing to sacrifice all of us to keep getting richer and pass on their privilege to their own kids.

    Replies: @Dan Smith, @Jack D, @anon

    Tasers likely to be ineffective against armed man possibly on drugs who is three steps away from slashing your throat.

  114. @Alden
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reminds me of my Probation Officer days.

    Poor guard stabbed 27 times at work. The workmen’s compensation might not ever pay the ER hospital for stitching him up. And drag him through Wcom hearings for years before authorizing further treatment. Plus he’ll be fired by the employer because of the Wcom claim.

    I hope the county DA isn’t a Soros DA.

    Replies: @I, Libertine

  115. @Guy De Champlagne
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Paying poor people to have children is dysgenic. That doesn't have much to do with socialism. It's possible to o that without socialism (without any government involvement at all) and vice versa.

    Paying poor people not to have children is just as socialist at paying poor to have children.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    That doesn’t have much to do with socialism.

    Yes, it most certainly does. Do you know of a Socialist government that does not use OPM to operate? What do they do, make their revenue at the craps tables?

    It’s possible to do that without socialism (without any government involvement at all) and vice versa.

    The former is called charity and people don’t donate until they have more than enough for themselves and their families. Because it’s their own money, the don’t let the money get spent unwisely for long. The latter, Socialism without the supporting of poor people to have children, is not possible by definition. When you take OPM forcibly and dole it out, those on the dole will be less responsible than those who’ve earned it.

    Socialism punishes the responsible and rewards the irresponsible. Having children when you can’t afford it is irresponsible, so that’s why it will occur at a high rate under Socialism. Worse yet, unless the country is somehow rich beyond its dreams from oil money or something, the responsible will have poor family formation and poor fertility, as they have less money and opportunity under Socialism. That’s alright, you’ll be dead and gone when all this comes to fruition. Why do you care?

    • Replies: @Guy De Champlagne
    @Achmed E. Newman

    That's just a bunch of stale right wing talking points about socialism. Sad!

    It's also worth noting that spending on the poor has profound pseudo eugenic (environmental factors that mimic genetic improvement) effects, by keeping people well fed and provided with medical care throughout their lives, especially during development and through schooling. Unchecked poverty can impair and destroy people mentally and physically just like genetic defects can.

    I think the libertarian solution is that desperately poor people are supposed to see how their untreated (and undiagnosed) medical condition is lowering the present discounted value of their future earnings and get a loan to pay for treatment. Sheesh.

    I'm very pro eugenics but I'm not the least interested in 80s era talking points. How have things been going since the 80s anyway?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  116. @Occasional lurker
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Socialism like in the Ex-Soviet-influence-sphere was not dysgenic because it was authoritarian and expected everyone to work for the common good, so had little respect for people who didn't. Nonconformers were seen as enemies of the state. People with low IQ in the ex-GDR lived in sex-segregated tightly-controlled sheltered accomodations, had sheltered supervised workplaces and had hardly any children (probably there were semi-forced abortions when someone did get pregnant). I know of one low IQ woman who had had no children in the GDR sheltered controlled environment, but, left to her own devices and without work after reunification, had 5 children when I last heard of her who were all under costly supervision of youth services.
    Repeat offender adolescents were called "asocial" in the GDR and put into institutions with high discipline that were probably not a nice place to be.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Wielgus

    So you have to go straight to hard-core Communism then? That’s fine, until a Chairman Mao, Pol Pot, Castro, or Stalin “takes office”.

    PS: Don’t take this the wrong way, O.L. It didn’t sound like you were in favor of all that, but just giving information.

  117. White was also an aspiring rapper.

    They’re just messing with us now.

  118. @Rob McX
    @notsaying


    I am amazed he just got married, I cannot imagine when he last had a job and how little it paid.
     
    Maybe he had more charges pending and thought his being married would convince the sentencing judge that he was finally turning his life around.

    Replies: @notsaying, @Deep Anonymous, @Alden

    Right you are.

  119. @Guest194
    A 27-year-old with 7 children. How many mothers were there, and what did they see in him as a baby-daddy? Did he ravish their hearts with hip-hop melodies?

    Replies: @Cortes, @stillCARealist, @Buck Ransom, @SMK

    How many children were ascribed to him prior to the establishment of various fundraising efforts?

    “He was my daddy?”
    “Yes, LeBronisha, he surely was.”

  120. IQ test are flawed in assessing intelligence because it is very hard to separate out what is practice, vs. what is the intrinsic level of intelligence, especially in large group heterogenous groups, like if you are comparing the entire population of Japan and China vs. the US and Belgium, how much of the difference is just due to an increase in effort in practicing for and taking tests, or basically just concentrating harder? Basically for the Mensa.No online IQ test, you can get 12(!) points, or nearly a standard deviation in IQ score difference by taking the test multiple times, say at least 3 times in one sitting, and concentrating harder on getting the correct answers for the numbers that you get wrong, which means that there is a lot of noise in the data, especially when you are dealing with groups. And then there is the fact that people of the same level of intelligence who practice on IQ tests regularly are likely to do a lot better, than someone who only does it once a year, or almost none at all. So how much of the SAT diference given Asians and Whites is due to innate intelligence, how much is due to elaborate games, and how much is due to innate of intrinsic intelligence, there is likely too much noise in the data to find out, given that repetitive drilling can anecdotally increase SAT scores by up to 100-200 points or more.

    • Replies: @donut
    @128

    "IQ test are flawed in assessing intelligence" , For sure they kept telling me I was smart but I kept acting stupid .

  121. Note the sudden dip in Asian scores in 2016, vs, no almost no dip in the scores of other racial groups, now what is that telling you.

  122. @Guest194
    A 27-year-old with 7 children. How many mothers were there, and what did they see in him as a baby-daddy? Did he ravish their hearts with hip-hop melodies?

    Replies: @Cortes, @stillCARealist, @Buck Ransom, @SMK

    I know married, Christian, UMC, homeschooling families who struggle to manage 5 or 6 kids. Even with Grandma nearby.

    Throw in mental illness, drugs, multiple mothers, poverty, no self-control, low intelligence, criminal records and just imagine the chaos. This man was a walking train wreck and, I’m sorry to say, all those children are better off without him.

  123. Now again, isn’t something like the PISA or SAT meant to be taken cold? Basically with no preparation in order to assess a person’s innate level of talent? Because when I was still in school, we were sort of given an intelligence test, with spatial, verbal, and math portions etc. But it was out of the blue and unannounced, in order to get an accurate assessment of a student’s intrinsic level of intelligence, though the effort an individual takes in taking the test (since the outcome of the test would have no effect on grades) would still affect the results one way or another, like if someone just decides to go eenie meenie minie moe because he decides that spending an hour to take a test which has no bearing on his grades is just a waste of time. Because people are basically using the SAT to directly represent innate intelligence, which is sort of true, but there is a lot of noise in the data, even on an individual level.

  124. @Anonymous
    @NJ Transit Commuter


    Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will?
     
    The big problem is that the medical/paramedical/pharmaceutical complex (MPP Complex) has bamboozled the rest of us into thinking that:

    (1) All mental illness is generally treatable with drugs and years of treatment; and

    (2) Mental patients must be FORCED to take drugs that have very serious side effects. (Side effects are why many mental patients "go off their meds.")

    In reality, pharmaceutical "treatment" is often administered for the profit and convenience of the MPP Complex with no regard whatever to the wishes of the patient.

    A truly CARING solution would be to put serious mental patients into an institution, but to guarantee their freedom NOT to submit to pharmaceutical regimes, sedation etc.

    Institutionalization does not NEED to cost a fortune if the focus is shifted from the "treatment" charade to simple management and basic safety for inmates (including if possible some paid work).

    Replies: @Alden, @anon, @Colin Wright

    I’m sorry to contradict, but big evil Pharmaceuticals had absolutely nothing to do with closing the mental hospitals.

    Like most dangerous, destructive disastrous things that have happened in America since 1950 the satanic Supreme Court closed down the mental hospitals in 1975, O’Connor vs Donaldson. Contrary to what the media claims, Ronald Regean was neither governor president but a private citizen at the time.

    Every mental hospital in the country closed down within months. The inmates were put on a greyhound bus or train for the nearest city. The city social services weren’t notified.

    The inmates were expected to get off the train or bus (Greyhound stations are always in the nastiest part of downtown) and find their way to the welfare department find a place to live on the meager welfare money apply for disability and find their way to county hospital for counseling and medicine. And there really weren’t that many effective mental illness drugs at the time. There was Thorazine.

    County welfare and federal disability offices don’t go out looking for people. The applicants are supposed to come to the offices.

    By 1976 the cities were full of mentally ill homeless The Supreme Court has been a source of pure evil for the last 70 years. But much as I hate the affirmative action decisions I have to consider closing the mental hospitals the most purely evil thing the satanic supremes have ever done.

    In the American system, judges can issue insane orders but other people have to carry them out. The judges force us to spend billions on school desegregation busses lotteries vouchers etc and the hundreds of billions have not achieved what those vicious anti White racist judges intended, improve 80 IQ black school performance.

    The judges dump hundreds of thousands of the most helpless on the city streets and expect them to just lead normal lives. The cities weren’t even notified the mentally ill were coming.

    I’m extremely against judge made law. I honestly think a powerful King or dictator is the best system of government. Kings and dictators have to both decree and enforce laws. So they don’t decree insane expensive and disastrous laws like school bussing and closing mental hospitals because the ruler has to enforce the laws.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Alden

    Alden, when you read articles in the California papers about the homeless, excuse me, now called the "unhoused," there are frequent comments that Reagan ended funding to commit the mentally ill to institutions. And then, thankfully, a commentor will note that a bipartisan bill was responsible for that and the vote in favor, I believe, was 167-4 . So, virtually veto prove and not to mention Reagan was California governor fifty years ago. Newspapers give you stories, the commentors give you the facts.

    Replies: @Alden

  125. Mental health is real,” Sam White, Wallace’s cousin, told NBC10. “Depression is real.

    Knives are real. Stabbing is real. Bleeding out and dying is real. Black criminality is real.

  126. @fnn
    @Polynikes

    He sounds like he went to prep school in Switzerland. Rootless cosmopolitan and ex-US Navy officer and current financier goes out a limb to save Trump's a**.

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    Yeah. What’s his angle? He had no problem with this corruption at the time.

  127. @Alden
    OMG, he was 27 yrs old and already had 7 children and no job other than aspiring musician. 7 children, insane and violent , 18 arrests 5 assaults on police officers. School age children, he must have started his squirt and scram career in his mid teens. Imagine what the mothers are like if they conceived a baby with him.

    So all you eugenics guys, still against abortion?

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    Wow, should all 7 have been aborted? How many children are going to be killed in your ideal eugenic world? Sounds like the population is going to plummet. Careful what you wish for.

  128. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Guy De Champlagne


    That doesn’t have much to do with socialism.
     
    Yes, it most certainly does. Do you know of a Socialist government that does not use OPM to operate? What do they do, make their revenue at the craps tables?

    It’s possible to do that without socialism (without any government involvement at all) and vice versa.
     
    The former is called charity and people don't donate until they have more than enough for themselves and their families. Because it's their own money, the don't let the money get spent unwisely for long. The latter, Socialism without the supporting of poor people to have children, is not possible by definition. When you take OPM forcibly and dole it out, those on the dole will be less responsible than those who've earned it.

    Socialism punishes the responsible and rewards the irresponsible. Having children when you can't afford it is irresponsible, so that's why it will occur at a high rate under Socialism. Worse yet, unless the country is somehow rich beyond its dreams from oil money or something, the responsible will have poor family formation and poor fertility, as they have less money and opportunity under Socialism. That's alright, you'll be dead and gone when all this comes to fruition. Why do you care?

    Replies: @Guy De Champlagne

    That’s just a bunch of stale right wing talking points about socialism. Sad!

    It’s also worth noting that spending on the poor has profound pseudo eugenic (environmental factors that mimic genetic improvement) effects, by keeping people well fed and provided with medical care throughout their lives, especially during development and through schooling. Unchecked poverty can impair and destroy people mentally and physically just like genetic defects can.

    I think the libertarian solution is that desperately poor people are supposed to see how their untreated (and undiagnosed) medical condition is lowering the present discounted value of their future earnings and get a loan to pay for treatment. Sheesh.

    I’m very pro eugenics but I’m not the least interested in 80s era talking points. How have things been going since the 80s anyway?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Guy De Champlagne

    I understand you don't want to make an effort to see the truth. I know it's stale to you, all that common-sense, natural-law economic stuff. The new way is control, control, control, just as the Commies tried time and again over the last century. Maybe it WILL work this time. The audacity of hope! I like your spirit.


    How have things been going since the 80s anyway?
     
    A whole lot worse, of course, but the start of it was in back the mid-1960s, though many would argue it goes back to the FED being created 107 years ago this Christmas eve. Merry freakin' Christmas, Commie assholes.
  129. @NJ Transit Commuter
    There was an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer which stated police had been called to Mr. Wallace’s house 30 times since May, including 3 times the day he was shot. So this outcome shouldn’t have been a surprise to anyone: the family, the police or the neighborhood.

    Which means it could have been prevented. Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will? This brings the accompanying problem of how to diagnose these cases, and then how to actually force potentially violent people into a mental institution without someone getting hurt or killed. Not easy issues for sure. But we cannot continue with the status quo. It’s not good for anyone to have police officers forced to be the primary responders for people that have a known history of mental illness.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Jim Don Bob, @Anonymous, @Neuday

    How about a tranquilizer gun from a distance, toss him in a cage, and release him in a remote section of a Congolese national park as he groggily awakens.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Neuday

    Neuday, I remember Harambe, the gorilla that was shot and killed in an unremembered zoo because a young boy fell into his enclosure. No tranquilizer, just a kill shot. And they had a clear shot. But, my friend, who carries a tranquilizer gun? And when the first tranquilized perp dies from a seizure, cue the protests. "They should have thrown a net over him!" Followed by..."Didn't the slave traders net their victims, so that's racist!"

  130. @ThisIsAnon153Replying
    @Jack D

    Hmm, wonder who owns the rap industry?

    Couldn't be your people, could it now.

    "We" are now doomed, you are right about that.

    Replies: @Jack D

    This is not 1963. Blacks have their own music production companies and the industry giants are owned by multinational conglomerates. Walter Wallace probably never met a Jew in his life except maybe some of the headshrinkers that they sent him to to treat his bipolar, and those are increasingly Asian too. Go back to you cave.

    • Agree: Alden, notsaying
    • Replies: @OFWHAP
    @Jack D

    Nowadays it's the likes of Jay-Z, Master P, and Diddy ripping off small-time producers and having competitors and others who refuse to play ball killed.

    , @ATBOTL
    @Jack D

    That's not true. The multi-national media conglomerates have largely Jewish executives and largely Jewish shareholders. The record companies that distribute black music are still largely Jewish run. Black rappers' record labels are just shell companies that have contracts with the Jewish labels. They don't operate independently. This arrangement allows the black artists to get a higher share of the profits than in the old days, but they are still working for Jews.

  131. @Jack D
    @Buffalo Joe

    The number of keeds keeps going up. Now they are saying that he was a father of eight whose ninth child could be born as soon as this week. I'm sure that he was paying child support to all 8 with his lucrative rap career. Surely these 8 mothers ( assume it's 8 different mothers but who knows) didn't all live on the taxpayer's dime? If sexy rapper guys like him can have 9 kids while nerdy Asian actuary types are (not by choice) as celibate as Medieval monks then we really are doomed.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @ThisIsAnon153Replying, @Alden, @Rob Lee

    This was literally the opening sequence to the Mike Judge movie “Idiocracy,” which seemingly becomes more prescient every day.

  132. anon[702] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    @NJ Transit Commuter


    Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will?
     
    The big problem is that the medical/paramedical/pharmaceutical complex (MPP Complex) has bamboozled the rest of us into thinking that:

    (1) All mental illness is generally treatable with drugs and years of treatment; and

    (2) Mental patients must be FORCED to take drugs that have very serious side effects. (Side effects are why many mental patients "go off their meds.")

    In reality, pharmaceutical "treatment" is often administered for the profit and convenience of the MPP Complex with no regard whatever to the wishes of the patient.

    A truly CARING solution would be to put serious mental patients into an institution, but to guarantee their freedom NOT to submit to pharmaceutical regimes, sedation etc.

    Institutionalization does not NEED to cost a fortune if the focus is shifted from the "treatment" charade to simple management and basic safety for inmates (including if possible some paid work).

    Replies: @Alden, @anon, @Colin Wright

    Institutionalization does not NEED to cost a fortune if the focus is shifted from the “treatment” charade to simple management and basic safety for inmates (including if possible some paid work).

    That has been done in the past, like 100 years ago. There would be problems with the hired help, who often were the sort of people that didn’t qualify to work in a nursing home. There would be problems with corner cutting, leading to issues with food, care, etc. Never a perfect solution when people are involved, and the perfect is always the goal for binary thinkers emoters, i.e. libtards.

    Also it would require backing away from medication-as-solution, which has been pretty popular since the 1960’s. It would also require changes in state laws, never an easy proposition, because it means rolling back “progressiveness”, and blah blah arc of history something progress blah.

  133. Latest news about Wallace. He did have a job. He was an Uber eats driver. Makes you think. Taxi drivers have taxi licenses and men with 18 arrests don’t get those licenses. Wonder he hasn’t attacked a restaurant worker or customer.

    The wife is the pregnant baby mamma. She is scheduled for induced labor today!!! So it’s 9 kids.
    Wallace is bi polar. It was the 3rd DV call that day. Father is a retired city garbage man. He had some YouTube songs.

    2 of his sons are old enough to interview with the media. People played one of his songs as the neighbors say outside and wept howled and yowled. One would almost think they are following a script.

    Wife blames cops for not dealing with her out of control insane violent husband. Is bipolar heritable? I think it is

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
    @Alden

    Like a lot of things there is a genetic predisposition for bi-polar disorder.

    While the causes of bipolar disorder are not clearly understood, both genetic and environmental factors are thought to play a role. Many genes, each with small effects, may contribute to the development of disorder. Genetic factors account for about 70–90% of the risk of developing bipolar disorder.

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

  134. @Rob
    I can see retailers that blacks like, whether they usually buy there or high-end aspirational brands, becoming very leery of multiple blacks coming not the store together, or blacks who arrive in trucks, SUVs, or anything that can hold a lot of loot. I can see them having rules on how many people can be in the parking lot, enforced mostly on pocks. The pocks will find this racism very upsetting, as they are unlikely to understand why businesses dislike blacks.

    Companies may try to reduce their hippity hop appeal. Fewer ads targeted to blacks, color schemes they find unappealing, clothes cut for small asses and only available in smaller sizes...Stores will close in heavily black areas, and white areas will use cops to enforce human-like behavior, so blacks will have more negative interaction cops. Cops who will be extra pissed, because they passed up city salaries because they didn’t wanna deal with the pock underclass.

    I could be totally wrong, companies might crank up their appeal to pocks. Chuck Rudd, I think, or one of his commenters has predicted that we are close to ‘peak negro’, where whites lose a lot of interest in blacks and their mattering lives. I could see this, but white women do seem to get along with blacks, both males and females, than white men do, I don’t know why.

    Convincing white women to be on Team White is the big challenge the post-conservative right will face in the next decade or so. I think we should support AA for women, but oppose it for non-whites. We want to make having kids easier for intact white families, and harder for single moms. Making companies give women raises as if they hadn’t taken maternity leave and similar policies are unfair to men, no question. But men and women are different, and every intelligent rightist/true progrssive wants intelligent, ambitious, married women to have more kids, so society may need to treat women differently to get TFR above 2.1. Remember when even Republicans would push back on AA?

    Replies: @Rob Lee

    The simplest way of accomplishing the return to marriage and childrearing is to pay increasingly large amounts of public welfare ONLY to couples that marry, stay married, and both raise and educate law-abiding, moral citizens. It really is so very simple. You get more of what you subsidize, so subsidize moral family formation and penalize the anti-social behavior.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin, Travis
    • Replies: @Travis
    @Rob Lee

    No income tax for married parents with 3 children under the age of 12. Free health insurance for those with 4 children under the age of 18. If they get divorced they have to pay taxes again. Simple and easy to understand policy.

    we do not want to encourage parents to have 1 child, need more parents with 3 kids to have another child. Married Parents with 2 healthy children should be the target. They have the skills to be parents already, and adding a third child is easier than people realize. Parents with 3 children soon understand that HBD is real and not much can be done to make your dull kid smarter. Not much can be done to make your uncoordinated child an athlete. This knowledge would be helpful and teach Americans more about biodiversity than getting a Phd in genetics.

  135. Depression is real.

    Is it? When a white person does this it’s because he wants to get shot. Was that not W2’s thought process?

  136. @Buffalo Joe
    Another stereotype was shot and killed in Philly. Seven kids, just got married, aspiring rapper, 'probably' wanted to play in the NBA. What did I miss?

    Replies: @Jack D, @Dacian Julien Soros, @Rob, @J.Ross, @Gary in Gramercy

    –aspiring rapper

    Everyone outraged by this shooting needs to be memed with images of W2 aggressively approaching cops, not with a knife in his hands, but with a copy of his mixtape. Then they’ll calm down.

    • Thanks: Buffalo Joe
  137. @Buffalo Joe
    Another stereotype was shot and killed in Philly. Seven kids, just got married, aspiring rapper, 'probably' wanted to play in the NBA. What did I miss?

    Replies: @Jack D, @Dacian Julien Soros, @Rob, @J.Ross, @Gary in Gramercy

    “Working on his G.E.D.”

    • Agree: Buffalo Joe
  138. @Rob
    @Buffalo Joe

    Omg! I just came up with 2 great names for a pair of black fraternal twins.
    The girl:LaStereotypia
    The boy: D’Stereotyparius

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    LaSteatopygia.

    • Replies: @black sea
    @Reg Cæsar

    I have a feeling that she's quite popular among the Boyz in the Hood.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    , @Kolya Krassotkin
    @Reg Cæsar

    Looks like it's going to be a hard Winter.

    , @bruce county
    @Reg Cæsar

    Why Reg, Why? I just threw up in my mouth.

    , @Alden
    @Reg Cæsar

    That’s what full skirts and fitted bodices were designed for

  139. @Dr. DoomNGloom

    “Mental health is real,” Sam White, Wallace’s cousin, told NBC10. “Depression is real. That’s something that we have to look at as a society. How we engage and we interact when those happen. How the police respond when you deal with a crisis situation.”
     
    Mr. White isn't wrong. Free-ranging serious mental health issues hasn't worked and hasn't done the anyone any good. Nonetheless, ask yourself, who does the hospital send to deal with a rogue patient with psychiatric issues (psychosis, schizophrenia) ? Is it the social worker, or some large bodied guards?

    The problems are 1) that calling the police is after it may be too late for the more controlled response, 2) police don't have the benefit of a medical dossier to evaluate their options.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Yes, but there is a larger problem. First thing, if we’re not allowed to discuss black impulse control, if even Sean Hannity waves his hands and tries to babble sensitively about mental health, then this isn’t a discussion, we’re not allowed to talk properly, and we shouldn’t dignify the insulting and pointless pseudo-discussion. Bear that in mind for the second part. The second part is the idiots who are proud of the lockdown and came up with Red Flag laws and are often openly socialist will be the ones defining and legislating the New Mental Health. There will of course be “doctors,” and we see in the lockdown what doctors are really like: a handful point out how wrong this is and are easily silenced and punished, the vast majority are okay with whatever they find themselves rubberstamping. And remember, this is a situation that the socialist liars do not consider to be a real problem anyway. As with their Red Flag laws it’s not a good faith effort at solving a problem, it’s a new improvement on the removal of inconvenient people, descended from the Directory and Stalin and the political use of mental health diagnosis. Where does Steve get this faith that people self-endangeringly committed to pretending to not see black violence will suddenly do something responsible once they have enough cover? What will happen is the worst elements will be worse than ever, they will be less policed than now, but white regime critics will get stomped into the curb, then overmedicated. And of course everyone will be redundantly informed that critics of the government are dangerously insane, and are the “real threat” compared to harmless rapists and B&E crews.

  140. @notsaying
    Am I wrong to be surprised that neither of these cops had a taser? I thought most cops had them today. It is good to have a nonlethal option.

    I am sorry this guy is dead but given his history and what he was doing, what else were these cops without tasers supposed to do besides get out their guns?

    I would agree with Alec Lesmas's point but I would say that none of the elites want to know what goes on in high crime areas or what life is like for cops or anybody outside their expensive bubble neighborhoods, Democrat or Republican. They are willing to sacrifice all of us to keep getting richer and pass on their privilege to their own kids.

    Replies: @Dan Smith, @Jack D, @anon

    Philadelphia is “in the process” of issuing tasers to all cops but not all cops have them yet and the guys who shot Wallace didn’t.

    City budgets are always tight. The vast majority of funds go to payroll and pensions so there is very little left over for acquiring expensive equipment (and Tasers need training as well).

    It’s far from certain whether shooting Wallace with a Taser would have worked. Tasers are a sort of 50/50 proposition.

    https://www.npr.org/2019/06/27/729922975/despite-widespread-use-police-rate-tasers-as-less-effective-than-believed#:~:text=Axon%20says%20its%20testing%20shows,of%20the%20police%20departments’%20data.&text=APM%20Reports%20found%20more%20than,just%20a%20three%2Dyear%20period.

    We live in a safety obsessed culture. Kids are put in safety seats from birth and stay belted for their whole life. Not even your dog is allowed to ride in the bed of the pickup truck. Smoking is discouraged. Roofers are supposed to wear harnesses. Store clerks are not supposed to try to stop shoplifters. It was inevitable that this safety culture would bleed over to the police and that the police are no longer willing to take the risk that they might be killed by a perp. They are trained at the police academy not to take any risks.

    • Agree: Occasional lurker
    • Replies: @black sea
    @Jack D

    I wonder about the extent to which the selection and training processes weed out candidates who might be inclined to "aggressively" enforce the law.

    I'm not talking about people who hold a low-level weed vendor down and beat the crap out of him, although there are definitely cops who will do that. I'm talking about people -- men, almost invariably -- who will chase a fleeing perp down an alley and into a backyard at 2:00 am, not knowing whether the guy has a gun. And when the suspect bolts and jumps over a fence, the cop keeps going, risking injury, perhaps fatal injury. Some will, but many will radio for assistance and amble back to their car.

    They have to inhabit an institutional culture and a larger societal culture that admires that kind of commitment and rewards it, rather than frowning upon it.

    , @Johann Ricke
    @Jack D


    It was inevitable that this safety culture would bleed over to the police and that the police are no longer willing to take the risk that they might be killed by a perp. They are trained at the police academy not to take any risks.
     
    I'm skeptical that it has anything to do with risk aversion. All individuals, cops and otherwise, shrink from the certain death the way you can never train a horse to charge into a pike wall. Among cops, that death aversion can exhibit itself in two diametrically opposite ways - averting confrontation altogether by hanging back until the suspect kills or seriously injures a civilian or seeking confrontation and ending it with gunfire if the suspect threatens the life of a cop.
    , @anonymous-antimarxist
    @Jack D

    Taser pistols do not have the power or range to bring down large black men who are having drug induced psychotic episodes due to PCP/DXM/Meth.... their adrenaline is so high they are oblivious to the pain which stops average perps and the current is too weak to temporarily paralyze them. Tasers are useless against fat men in heavy clothing. Hell 9mms are dicey in some cases. The lack of taser range means you are way too close to risk using them if the suspect is in anyway armed or of any size. When the taser fails you have no time to drop and pull your sidearm.

    Taser shotguns were a proposed solution but they are way too expensive to employ in large numbers. However, I think they should be reconsidered for the worse ghetto neighborhoods. The individual taser rounds were insanely expensive at the time offering no chance for practical training or testing. But in theory they had longer range, and possibly could offer back up shots of increasing lethality with either taser, bean bag, rubber bullet, buckshot or slug rounds.

    Taser X12 XREP: A Taser in a Shotgun Shell

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jli5MwO9Qk

    , @Colin Wright
    @Jack D

    'Philadelphia is “in the process” of issuing tasers to all cops but not all cops have them yet and the guys who shot Wallace didn’t...'

    I find this irritating. Tasers are so you don't have to mud-wrestle. They're not so you don't have to shoot the guy who's coming at you with a knife.

    Replies: @ATBOTL

  141. Of all the words of tongue or pen
    The saddest are “aspiring rapper”

  142. @AndrewR
    @Polynikes

    Would President Harris be worse than President Kushner? I'm not seeing it.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Richard B

    Kushner is not on the ballot. Harris is. The correct question is whether President Pence would be better than President Harris and I have no doubt that he would. Harris had the #1 most liberal voting record in the Senate. She is literally the MOST Leftist Senator and there’s a good chance that if Biden wins she will become the POTUS.

    Personally I am not that afraid of Biden. He would govern as a mainstream Democrat. Not good but we’ve had mainstream Democrats as President for much of the last century and the Republic has survived. But Harris is in another category. We would be straying into uncharted territory. Even if you don’t like Trump, it’s worth voting for him just to keep Harris out of the White House.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Jack D

    " He would govern as a mainstream Democrat. "

    On economic issues, sure. He'll be a Wall Street / Chamber of Commerce Democrat.

    But he's likely to go for a Supreme Court packing and executive amnesty that will cause permanant demographic damage to the United States, causing waves of Central Americans to migrate immediately, as well as the hundreds of thousands of Africans (mostly French speaking ultra dark Mali/Niger Muslims) who want to migrate here but are currently stuck in Mexico and elsewhere waiting.

    , @Johann Ricke
    @Jack D


    Personally I am not that afraid of Biden. He would govern as a mainstream Democrat. Not good but we’ve had mainstream Democrats as President for much of the last century and the Republic has survived.
     
    Today's mainstream Democrat views arson and looting as peaceful demonstrations, and thinks letting them off without charge is good policy. This isn't your 1970's mainstream Democrat. And Joe always goes with that mainstream.

    Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter

    , @David In TN
    @Jack D

    Today's "mainstream Democrat" is far to the left of Bill Clinton circa 20-25 years ago. Or even the Obama of 2008.

    In 2020 Kamala Harris is a "mainstream Democrat." If you're "not afraid of Biden," you're not afraid of Harris.

    Replies: @Jack D

  143. @Guest194
    A 27-year-old with 7 children. How many mothers were there, and what did they see in him as a baby-daddy? Did he ravish their hearts with hip-hop melodies?

    Replies: @Cortes, @stillCARealist, @Buck Ransom, @SMK

    The 27-year-old patriarch Mr. Wallace had just tied the knot earlier this month. I wonder if his bride was the mother of any of his seven children. Perhaps he would only wed a virgin. Were all those kids and their mamas invited to the reception? What is the proper protocol among Philadelphia rappers in such situations? How many million$ can Walter’s widow now expect to receive from the state of Pennsylvania?

  144. If you have 7 kids like Wallace or 6 like Jacob Blake in Kenosha

    Tells you something about the American black gene pool.

    • Replies: @lysias
    @anonymous

    Latest word is that Wallace has/had 8 kids, with a 9th on the way.

    Replies: @Alden

  145. @Rob McX
    @Almost Missouri

    I'm sure you're not naïve enough to think this would work.

    The problem is that blacks want the benefits of a law-abiding society without being law-abiding themselves. The same applies to a lot of immigrants who come to white countries from low-trust places where cheating and corruption are the norm. They want to enjoy living in a high-trust society while bringing their own corruption with them.

    If blacks were allowed to form their own enclaves, police shootings of criminals would multiply in them. Every society seeks to control criminals, and blacks would have much less patience in this matter than whites. Every day would bring a new Jacob Blake or Walter Wallace.

    Any attempt at consensual separation of races will result in the same thing: whites will go and build better societies, and then non-whites will follow them there.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Almost Missouri, @Joseph Doaks

    “whites will go and build better societies, and then non-whites will follow them there.”

    What we actually need is internal border controls at the county level. Let the residents of each county decide who may enter, who may stay. State law could establish this, and it’s no business of the federal government per the Tenth Amendment.

    • Agree: Rob McX
  146. anon[184] • Disclaimer says:
    @notsaying
    Am I wrong to be surprised that neither of these cops had a taser? I thought most cops had them today. It is good to have a nonlethal option.

    I am sorry this guy is dead but given his history and what he was doing, what else were these cops without tasers supposed to do besides get out their guns?

    I would agree with Alec Lesmas's point but I would say that none of the elites want to know what goes on in high crime areas or what life is like for cops or anybody outside their expensive bubble neighborhoods, Democrat or Republican. They are willing to sacrifice all of us to keep getting richer and pass on their privilege to their own kids.

    Replies: @Dan Smith, @Jack D, @anon

    Am I wrong to be surprised that neither of these cops had a taser? I thought most cops had them today. It is good to have a nonlethal option.

    There are something like 6,500 cops in Philadelphia. Issuing a tool like the Taser requires specific training as well as the tool, spare parts and so forth. There’s a unit cost per cop, and no budget is infinite.

    Most cops regard their gun as a thing on the belt to be used sometimes, like handcuffs, and the radio matters more most of the time. Because lots and lots of cops do the job for years and never fire a shot except on yearly re-qualification at the police pistol range.

    Nonlethal:
    Cops used to have the nonlethal option of batons, and there are PR-24 techniques that would have worked on this guy, but batons are now rayciss and ebil so…not an option. Even though other cops, including the sainted UK peelers, still get to have batons.

    Pepper spray also costs money and time, and might work — but the cops have to have the can on their belt, be trained in ‘going there first’ and that takes time and money.

    Defensive Tactics are still taught, but it can take more than a couple of guys to bring someone down onto the ground in the street, especially now when it’s culturally insensitive to arrest black men.

    In short, the nonlethal options have been slowly taken away in some cases, always with the best libtard intentions, but libtards still want really angry drugged up people to be talked down. They just want someone else to do it, of course.

    The shooting:
    It is obvious that the cops shot to stop, probably missed multiple times and kept on shooting until the attacking knife carrier was down. I know people with a higher level of training who probably — probably — could have stopped the fight with 2 to 3 shots. That would increase the chances of survival, too. But that level of firearms training costs more money and requires recurrent training beyond the typical PD standards, so…not an option.

    I have no idea what the Philly PD firearms training is like, but I bet the street cops have to go to the range once per year and fire a defined scenario. Maybe they have a FATS still, maybe not.

    Most people don’t know a thing about the cop world, but feel entitled to rant anyway. Funny how few people will stand up and say that heart surgeons aren’t doing their job right.

    • Thanks: notsaying
  147. @anon
    @Lot

    Killed in fight over a Hot Pocket:

    That story contains my favorite line from any piece of journalism I've ever read.


    The complaint does not provide further details about the Hot Pocket.
     
    Well, now I want to know. What kind of Hot Pocket was it? If it was a meatball marinara one, then that's pretty dumb. If it was a BBQ beef, then maybe.

    Does anyone remember those Cuban pork Hot Pockets they used to make, back when Cuban pork sandwiches were all the rage? I'm not saying I condone beating someone to death over one of those. But, like Chris Rock said, I understand.

    Replies: @Lot

  148. @Jack D
    @AndrewR

    Kushner is not on the ballot. Harris is. The correct question is whether President Pence would be better than President Harris and I have no doubt that he would. Harris had the #1 most liberal voting record in the Senate. She is literally the MOST Leftist Senator and there's a good chance that if Biden wins she will become the POTUS.

    Personally I am not that afraid of Biden. He would govern as a mainstream Democrat. Not good but we've had mainstream Democrats as President for much of the last century and the Republic has survived. But Harris is in another category. We would be straying into uncharted territory. Even if you don't like Trump, it's worth voting for him just to keep Harris out of the White House.

    Replies: @Lot, @Johann Ricke, @David In TN

    ” He would govern as a mainstream Democrat. ”

    On economic issues, sure. He’ll be a Wall Street / Chamber of Commerce Democrat.

    But he’s likely to go for a Supreme Court packing and executive amnesty that will cause permanant demographic damage to the United States, causing waves of Central Americans to migrate immediately, as well as the hundreds of thousands of Africans (mostly French speaking ultra dark Mali/Niger Muslims) who want to migrate here but are currently stuck in Mexico and elsewhere waiting.

    • Agree: notsaying
  149. @anon
    @Jack D

    My favorite part is “'He’s a kid who wanted to be a musician,' White said. 'He loved music.'"

    Well, who doesn't like music? Except for deaf people, I guess, or those few people who have that weird disorder where their brains can't process music (I think it was Vladmir Nabokov who was like that.), who doesn't like music?

    When you try to find something, anything good to say about someone, and the only thing you can come up with is "He liked music!", it's a sign that you're dealing with a dirtbag of truly memorable proportions.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @SteveRogers42, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin

    I bet he liked money, too!

  150. @Jack D
    @notsaying

    Philadelphia is "in the process" of issuing tasers to all cops but not all cops have them yet and the guys who shot Wallace didn't.

    City budgets are always tight. The vast majority of funds go to payroll and pensions so there is very little left over for acquiring expensive equipment (and Tasers need training as well).

    It's far from certain whether shooting Wallace with a Taser would have worked. Tasers are a sort of 50/50 proposition.

    https://www.npr.org/2019/06/27/729922975/despite-widespread-use-police-rate-tasers-as-less-effective-than-believed#:~:text=Axon%20says%20its%20testing%20shows,of%20the%20police%20departments'%20data.&text=APM%20Reports%20found%20more%20than,just%20a%20three%2Dyear%20period.

    We live in a safety obsessed culture. Kids are put in safety seats from birth and stay belted for their whole life. Not even your dog is allowed to ride in the bed of the pickup truck. Smoking is discouraged. Roofers are supposed to wear harnesses. Store clerks are not supposed to try to stop shoplifters. It was inevitable that this safety culture would bleed over to the police and that the police are no longer willing to take the risk that they might be killed by a perp. They are trained at the police academy not to take any risks.

    Replies: @black sea, @Johann Ricke, @anonymous-antimarxist, @Colin Wright

    I wonder about the extent to which the selection and training processes weed out candidates who might be inclined to “aggressively” enforce the law.

    I’m not talking about people who hold a low-level weed vendor down and beat the crap out of him, although there are definitely cops who will do that. I’m talking about people — men, almost invariably — who will chase a fleeing perp down an alley and into a backyard at 2:00 am, not knowing whether the guy has a gun. And when the suspect bolts and jumps over a fence, the cop keeps going, risking injury, perhaps fatal injury. Some will, but many will radio for assistance and amble back to their car.

    They have to inhabit an institutional culture and a larger societal culture that admires that kind of commitment and rewards it, rather than frowning upon it.

  151. @Reg Cæsar
    @Rob

    LaSteatopygia.



    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-RHGHgsKA9zU/UudHMkBUOAI/AAAAAAAAA5U/07PTd6r9jYE/s1600/16.jpg

    Replies: @black sea, @Kolya Krassotkin, @bruce county, @Alden

    I have a feeling that she’s quite popular among the Boyz in the Hood.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @black sea

    Black Sea, sure is! Not too many girls can bring two basket balls to the park.

  152. @Jack D
    @notsaying

    Philadelphia is "in the process" of issuing tasers to all cops but not all cops have them yet and the guys who shot Wallace didn't.

    City budgets are always tight. The vast majority of funds go to payroll and pensions so there is very little left over for acquiring expensive equipment (and Tasers need training as well).

    It's far from certain whether shooting Wallace with a Taser would have worked. Tasers are a sort of 50/50 proposition.

    https://www.npr.org/2019/06/27/729922975/despite-widespread-use-police-rate-tasers-as-less-effective-than-believed#:~:text=Axon%20says%20its%20testing%20shows,of%20the%20police%20departments'%20data.&text=APM%20Reports%20found%20more%20than,just%20a%20three%2Dyear%20period.

    We live in a safety obsessed culture. Kids are put in safety seats from birth and stay belted for their whole life. Not even your dog is allowed to ride in the bed of the pickup truck. Smoking is discouraged. Roofers are supposed to wear harnesses. Store clerks are not supposed to try to stop shoplifters. It was inevitable that this safety culture would bleed over to the police and that the police are no longer willing to take the risk that they might be killed by a perp. They are trained at the police academy not to take any risks.

    Replies: @black sea, @Johann Ricke, @anonymous-antimarxist, @Colin Wright

    It was inevitable that this safety culture would bleed over to the police and that the police are no longer willing to take the risk that they might be killed by a perp. They are trained at the police academy not to take any risks.

    I’m skeptical that it has anything to do with risk aversion. All individuals, cops and otherwise, shrink from the certain death the way you can never train a horse to charge into a pike wall. Among cops, that death aversion can exhibit itself in two diametrically opposite ways – averting confrontation altogether by hanging back until the suspect kills or seriously injures a civilian or seeking confrontation and ending it with gunfire if the suspect threatens the life of a cop.

  153. @anon
    @Jack D

    My favorite part is “'He’s a kid who wanted to be a musician,' White said. 'He loved music.'"

    Well, who doesn't like music? Except for deaf people, I guess, or those few people who have that weird disorder where their brains can't process music (I think it was Vladmir Nabokov who was like that.), who doesn't like music?

    When you try to find something, anything good to say about someone, and the only thing you can come up with is "He liked music!", it's a sign that you're dealing with a dirtbag of truly memorable proportions.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @SteveRogers42, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin

    My favorite newspaper cliche about dead people is “He had a smile for everybody.” But if the person was really creepy, you get “He kind of always kept to himself.”

  154. My new motto: “If there is hope, it lies in the local if-it-bleeds-it-leads newscasts”

    I totally get that, Steve. There are firmly two silos of information now. And the conservative silo is woefully underfunded. How long before the local newscasts become “woke” and going to air with every story is weighed for it’s narrative-pushing value.

  155. @Alden
    @Jack D

    8 kids and probably several mothers. That’s about $10, ooo a month plus maybe $3,000 food card. About 155K a year of the taxpayers money.

    Plus medi care , school counselors police child protective services and the grandchildren soon as the girls turn 16. He could have been a grandpa at 35. Think of him baby sitting the grand kids, he’d kill them and or rape the girls or boys

    When his 9th baby is born, he’ll have the same number of children Mayflower passengers John and Priscilla Alden had. And in 400 years, about 8 million direct descendants. Or more, given the mid teen births of Wallace and his baby mammas.

    Replies: @JMcG

    You are both one of the most lucid and one of the most depressing commenters here. Your realism is a tonic.

    • Thanks: Alden
  156. @Jack D
    @notsaying

    Philadelphia is "in the process" of issuing tasers to all cops but not all cops have them yet and the guys who shot Wallace didn't.

    City budgets are always tight. The vast majority of funds go to payroll and pensions so there is very little left over for acquiring expensive equipment (and Tasers need training as well).

    It's far from certain whether shooting Wallace with a Taser would have worked. Tasers are a sort of 50/50 proposition.

    https://www.npr.org/2019/06/27/729922975/despite-widespread-use-police-rate-tasers-as-less-effective-than-believed#:~:text=Axon%20says%20its%20testing%20shows,of%20the%20police%20departments'%20data.&text=APM%20Reports%20found%20more%20than,just%20a%20three%2Dyear%20period.

    We live in a safety obsessed culture. Kids are put in safety seats from birth and stay belted for their whole life. Not even your dog is allowed to ride in the bed of the pickup truck. Smoking is discouraged. Roofers are supposed to wear harnesses. Store clerks are not supposed to try to stop shoplifters. It was inevitable that this safety culture would bleed over to the police and that the police are no longer willing to take the risk that they might be killed by a perp. They are trained at the police academy not to take any risks.

    Replies: @black sea, @Johann Ricke, @anonymous-antimarxist, @Colin Wright

    Taser pistols do not have the power or range to bring down large black men who are having drug induced psychotic episodes due to PCP/DXM/Meth…. their adrenaline is so high they are oblivious to the pain which stops average perps and the current is too weak to temporarily paralyze them. Tasers are useless against fat men in heavy clothing. Hell 9mms are dicey in some cases. The lack of taser range means you are way too close to risk using them if the suspect is in anyway armed or of any size. When the taser fails you have no time to drop and pull your sidearm.

    Taser shotguns were a proposed solution but they are way too expensive to employ in large numbers. However, I think they should be reconsidered for the worse ghetto neighborhoods. The individual taser rounds were insanely expensive at the time offering no chance for practical training or testing. But in theory they had longer range, and possibly could offer back up shots of increasing lethality with either taser, bean bag, rubber bullet, buckshot or slug rounds.

    Taser X12 XREP: A Taser in a Shotgun Shell

  157. @Reg Cæsar
    @Rob

    LaSteatopygia.



    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-RHGHgsKA9zU/UudHMkBUOAI/AAAAAAAAA5U/07PTd6r9jYE/s1600/16.jpg

    Replies: @black sea, @Kolya Krassotkin, @bruce county, @Alden

    Looks like it’s going to be a hard Winter.

  158. @Anonymous
    None of these new stories matter. Everyone knows the truth about black criminality.

    The problem is too many whites among us who have no loyalty to us. They think if they get their own gated community the problems of other white people are not their problems.

    Whites who are off in some safe all-white area are notoriously preachy and indifferent to the fate of other whites.

    Replies: @Polistra, @ATBOTL

    We talk about pathological altruism among whites. But what is just as harmful to us is pathological individualism. We see a lot of pathological individualism on the comments here. Many “race realist” white men have no loyalty to their own race. So we see these weirdos on the “race realist” internet advocating asian immigration or “colorblind meritocracy,” oblivious to the fact that high IQ non-whites are intensely race loyal and aggressively discriminate against whites.

    • Agree: Alden
  159. Police in other countries handle disturbed people with knives differently than American police do. They will retreat if the person advances. They will wait for a long time for the disturbed person to calm down. They will attempt to disarm the person, for example, by tacking them from behind and swarming them. Police in all other countries, from Western Europe, to “authoritarian regimes” to third world countries handle this common situation with less violence than American police do. There are countless videos from countries as diverse as the UK, Columbia and Ukraine that show this.

    America is a sick society. The sickness manifests itself in many ways, one of which is hyper macho police who act like criminal thugs. American policing is guided by a code of behavior that is identical to the bloods and crips, the idea that the officer must never “look weak.”

    Police in America also clearly want to resolve incidents as quickly as possible. They won’t wait to let someone calm down. They act unreasonably impatient in these kind scenarios. It’s part of the gold bricking mentality of American police. They fly into a rage at have to do any kind of real work. They want to just sit in their cars playing on their phones all day.

    Then there is the shoot to kill training. Police in America shoot people many, many times. It’s totally unjustified to shoot a citizen so many times. A disturbed person with a knife who has already been shot is not really dangerous. If they lurch around for a few seconds after having been shot, police could simply back up and wait for them to surrender or collapse. The idea that the person must be shot over and over until they drop is crazy and police in no other country in the world think that way.

    America is a deeply sick place. The bloodlust of the police and the white fools who support the police is not normal, reasonable or justified. As America becomes more and more anti-white and oppressive, I hope that white men who mindlessly support the police taste the full force of American policing. Maybe then they will realize how wrong they are.

    • Agree: GoRedWings!
    • Replies: @Muggles
    @ATBOTL


    Police in other countries handle disturbed people with knives differently than American police do. They will retreat if the person advances. They will wait for a long time for the disturbed person to calm down. They will attempt to disarm the person, for example, by tacking them from behind and swarming them. Police in all other countries, from Western Europe, to “authoritarian regimes” to third world countries handle this common situation with less violence than American police do. There are countless videos from countries as diverse as the UK, Columbia and Ukraine that show this.
     
    You make sweeping statements but the only actual evidence you cite is from online videos ("countless" no less!) which you say show peaceful resolutions in all instances. Some here might say that is sampling bias.

    Who makes the videos of crazy attackers who get beat down, beaten up or shot? Ask that simple question. The French, for instance, have special riot police who do nothing but sit in buses waiting to beat down demonstrators (Yellow Vests? remember, and others). Crazies too.

    Getting accurate statistics about mentally ill crazies acting out in public, and their encounters with police, is probably impossible. But surely you could try before generalizing with absurd statements.

    There are well known and documented cases of Muslim terrorists attacking civilians and even cops with knives and clubs. Many of them were later beaten or killed by police. Did you forget those? The reason I mention them is that with unknown motives, how did those cops know those terrorists (as later verified) weren't just garden variety crazies? They didn't of course.

    You think Eastern European and Russian cops treat violent nuts with kid gloves? Sure, some might, but they don't have a rep for being merciful. Many acting out crazies are trying to commit suicide by cop. Violent mentally ill (large males, especially) are extremely dangerous. Add the meth and PCP druggies, and you have a real problem. Where I live recently cops shot several of these kinds when they were running out in freeway traffic hitting vehicles with hammers, etc. Smashing car windows and threatening drivers.

    Final thought: how many dead Euro crazies were killed by cops who lied about the details? Such as the ones you don't see in your YouTube compilations.

  160. @songbird
    Are there any separate fertility statistics for criminal men? It seems like they are highly fecund.

    Replies: @Wilkey, @Almost Missouri, @S. Anonyia

    Average IQ of the partners of criminals is probably fairly low. Low IQ women don’t understand birth control. And since he isn’t living with most of the children, he doesn’t care to do his part for birth control either because he’s not dealing with the consequences.

    Probably owes child support, but the media won’t mention that.

  161. @Jack D
    @AndrewR

    Kushner is not on the ballot. Harris is. The correct question is whether President Pence would be better than President Harris and I have no doubt that he would. Harris had the #1 most liberal voting record in the Senate. She is literally the MOST Leftist Senator and there's a good chance that if Biden wins she will become the POTUS.

    Personally I am not that afraid of Biden. He would govern as a mainstream Democrat. Not good but we've had mainstream Democrats as President for much of the last century and the Republic has survived. But Harris is in another category. We would be straying into uncharted territory. Even if you don't like Trump, it's worth voting for him just to keep Harris out of the White House.

    Replies: @Lot, @Johann Ricke, @David In TN

    Personally I am not that afraid of Biden. He would govern as a mainstream Democrat. Not good but we’ve had mainstream Democrats as President for much of the last century and the Republic has survived.

    Today’s mainstream Democrat views arson and looting as peaceful demonstrations, and thinks letting them off without charge is good policy. This isn’t your 1970’s mainstream Democrat. And Joe always goes with that mainstream.

    • Agree: David In TN
    • Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter
    @Johann Ricke

    It would appear that DJT is down with pardoning them too.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke

  162. @Alden
    @Anonymous

    I’m sorry to contradict, but big evil Pharmaceuticals had absolutely nothing to do with closing the mental hospitals.

    Like most dangerous, destructive disastrous things that have happened in America since 1950 the satanic Supreme Court closed down the mental hospitals in 1975, O’Connor vs Donaldson. Contrary to what the media claims, Ronald Regean was neither governor president but a private citizen at the time.

    Every mental hospital in the country closed down within months. The inmates were put on a greyhound bus or train for the nearest city. The city social services weren’t notified.

    The inmates were expected to get off the train or bus (Greyhound stations are always in the nastiest part of downtown) and find their way to the welfare department find a place to live on the meager welfare money apply for disability and find their way to county hospital for counseling and medicine. And there really weren’t that many effective mental illness drugs at the time. There was Thorazine.

    County welfare and federal disability offices don’t go out looking for people. The applicants are supposed to come to the offices.

    By 1976 the cities were full of mentally ill homeless The Supreme Court has been a source of pure evil for the last 70 years. But much as I hate the affirmative action decisions I have to consider closing the mental hospitals the most purely evil thing the satanic supremes have ever done.

    In the American system, judges can issue insane orders but other people have to carry them out. The judges force us to spend billions on school desegregation busses lotteries vouchers etc and the hundreds of billions have not achieved what those vicious anti White racist judges intended, improve 80 IQ black school performance.

    The judges dump hundreds of thousands of the most helpless on the city streets and expect them to just lead normal lives. The cities weren’t even notified the mentally ill were coming.

    I’m extremely against judge made law. I honestly think a powerful King or dictator is the best system of government. Kings and dictators have to both decree and enforce laws. So they don’t decree insane expensive and disastrous laws like school bussing and closing mental hospitals because the ruler has to enforce the laws.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    Alden, when you read articles in the California papers about the homeless, excuse me, now called the “unhoused,” there are frequent comments that Reagan ended funding to commit the mentally ill to institutions. And then, thankfully, a commentor will note that a bipartisan bill was responsible for that and the vote in favor, I believe, was 167-4 . So, virtually veto prove and not to mention Reagan was California governor fifty years ago. Newspapers give you stories, the commentors give you the facts.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Buffalo Joe

    The California state hospitals closed in 1975, the same year as O’Connor. Regean was Governor 1966 to 1974.

    There was an incredible propaganda effort about the evilness of mental hospitals for years., movies, novels endless horror story articles. There was even a psychiatrist of some kind. Think his name was Lang. Wrote a book claiming mental illness doesn’t exist so close down the institutions

    I remember the lie about an elderly Chinese man. Allegedly the shrinks kept him incarcerated for years because the man spoke only “gibberish “ a sign of severe mental illness. Then lo and behold, some crusading do gooder noticed he was Chinese and maybe he was speaking Chinese!!! A Chinese speaker was brought and the man spoke Chinese but no English

    What a lie. He was at Napa hospital. About 50 miles from San Francisco which had a large Chinese population. And nobody at Napa wondered if he spoke Chinese instead of English. And I doubt he was speaking Chinese to himself all the time.

    Plenty of Napa employees lived in San Francisco and commuted every day . I really doubt no Chinese understanding Chinese worked at Napa.
    who could have cleared up the the gibberish problem in a minute. California was full of people who grew up in China and left when the communists took over. Plus the usual steady influx from Hong Kong Taiwan Indonesia etc.

    That’s the lie I remember most. Everything you read in newspapers is a lie except for the date.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @MBlanc46

  163. @Neuday
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    How about a tranquilizer gun from a distance, toss him in a cage, and release him in a remote section of a Congolese national park as he groggily awakens.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    Neuday, I remember Harambe, the gorilla that was shot and killed in an unremembered zoo because a young boy fell into his enclosure. No tranquilizer, just a kill shot. And they had a clear shot. But, my friend, who carries a tranquilizer gun? And when the first tranquilized perp dies from a seizure, cue the protests. “They should have thrown a net over him!” Followed by…”Didn’t the slave traders net their victims, so that’s racist!”

    • Agree: Rob McX, Alden
  164. @Rob
    On the crime thing, I’ve said it before, but blacks need a reservation system, much like American Indians, They should be able to live in areas subject to black control with federal oversight. Where blacks are the police, courts, an maybe jailers. The federal oversight would be to keep them from going too far off the rails, like cannibalism or raiding parties in people’s areas.

    When a black went crazy, he would be attacking blacks, with black neighbors and black cops responding if other blacks were frightened or thought they were in danger, Is a particular black having a psychotic episode dangerous? That’s a problem that blacks should be handling amongst themselves. The quality of policing would be objectively worse than stores run by middle man minorities, bur that’s a decision blacks should be allowed to make.

    How will blacks on reservations make money to import goods produced by whites? They would run farms, factories, call centers, and controlled fusion research labs,Nancy and all of those, at least the ones they can make work.

    Not all blacks would want to live on the reservations, but every black would be making the conscious decision to live in the conditions blacks can create for themselves or would they like access to the white man and all his juju. Much like AnotherDad’s use of separation as a clarifying idea for both blacks and whites, a reservation system is that as well, as well as being slightly more realistic,

    I have similar plans for Mecicansm who would live in a large reservation south of Texas, and Peurto Ricans, whom I would send to a tropical island paradise in the Caribbean,

    Replies: @Wilkey

    Rob, blacks already have this option: Sub-Saharan Africa, and even much of the Caribbean. Very few of them take advantage of it.

  165. @anonymous

    If you have 7 kids like Wallace or 6 like Jacob Blake in Kenosha
     
    Tells you something about the American black gene pool.

    Replies: @lysias

    Latest word is that Wallace has/had 8 kids, with a 9th on the way.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @lysias

    9th was scheduled to be born today Wednesday. It’s the child of the wife who called police 3 times that day. I saw their attorney on TV. Ghetto Ebonics incoherent I could hardly understand him. Head bobbing also did those hand signals blacks do. He really seemed drugged up on something

    This is something the 1900 eugenics people would write a book about. Or why Margaret Sanger promoted birth control and why abortion was legalized.

  166. @black sea
    @Reg Cæsar

    I have a feeling that she's quite popular among the Boyz in the Hood.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    Black Sea, sure is! Not too many girls can bring two basket balls to the park.

  167. @Guest194
    A 27-year-old with 7 children. How many mothers were there, and what did they see in him as a baby-daddy? Did he ravish their hearts with hip-hop melodies?

    Replies: @Cortes, @stillCARealist, @Buck Ransom, @SMK

    Yet another low IQ black thug and predator, myriads and myriads of them, sane and insane, who should have been buried in prison long ago rather than free to commit who knows how many crimes and to father 7 children with who knows how many women and, finally and blessedly, to roam the streets on drugs and waving a knife, terrorizing who knows how many people before he was shot and killed by two cops acting iin obvious self-defense. But the facts don’t matter to the rioters or the likes of Lebron James and Colin K and the Rev. Al or to blacks and white leftists with almost no exceptions.

    • Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @SMK

    The only definitively good thing about this is that they shot him. As for the political repercussions, I've read things that go both ways with the PA voters. Both candidates told citizens there that 'it depends on PA'. I don't know, and I don't believe anyone does.

    But at least this creep is one less of this particular sort. He's like Jason Blake type write large. They even call animals like this 'young men'. Always has a weird cacophony to it.

  168. @Reg Cæsar
    @Rob

    LaSteatopygia.



    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-RHGHgsKA9zU/UudHMkBUOAI/AAAAAAAAA5U/07PTd6r9jYE/s1600/16.jpg

    Replies: @black sea, @Kolya Krassotkin, @bruce county, @Alden

    Why Reg, Why? I just threw up in my mouth.

  169. @ATBOTL
    Police in other countries handle disturbed people with knives differently than American police do. They will retreat if the person advances. They will wait for a long time for the disturbed person to calm down. They will attempt to disarm the person, for example, by tacking them from behind and swarming them. Police in all other countries, from Western Europe, to "authoritarian regimes" to third world countries handle this common situation with less violence than American police do. There are countless videos from countries as diverse as the UK, Columbia and Ukraine that show this.

    America is a sick society. The sickness manifests itself in many ways, one of which is hyper macho police who act like criminal thugs. American policing is guided by a code of behavior that is identical to the bloods and crips, the idea that the officer must never "look weak."

    Police in America also clearly want to resolve incidents as quickly as possible. They won't wait to let someone calm down. They act unreasonably impatient in these kind scenarios. It's part of the gold bricking mentality of American police. They fly into a rage at have to do any kind of real work. They want to just sit in their cars playing on their phones all day.

    Then there is the shoot to kill training. Police in America shoot people many, many times. It's totally unjustified to shoot a citizen so many times. A disturbed person with a knife who has already been shot is not really dangerous. If they lurch around for a few seconds after having been shot, police could simply back up and wait for them to surrender or collapse. The idea that the person must be shot over and over until they drop is crazy and police in no other country in the world think that way.

    America is a deeply sick place. The bloodlust of the police and the white fools who support the police is not normal, reasonable or justified. As America becomes more and more anti-white and oppressive, I hope that white men who mindlessly support the police taste the full force of American policing. Maybe then they will realize how wrong they are.

    Replies: @Muggles

    Police in other countries handle disturbed people with knives differently than American police do. They will retreat if the person advances. They will wait for a long time for the disturbed person to calm down. They will attempt to disarm the person, for example, by tacking them from behind and swarming them. Police in all other countries, from Western Europe, to “authoritarian regimes” to third world countries handle this common situation with less violence than American police do. There are countless videos from countries as diverse as the UK, Columbia and Ukraine that show this.

    You make sweeping statements but the only actual evidence you cite is from online videos (“countless” no less!) which you say show peaceful resolutions in all instances. Some here might say that is sampling bias.

    Who makes the videos of crazy attackers who get beat down, beaten up or shot? Ask that simple question. The French, for instance, have special riot police who do nothing but sit in buses waiting to beat down demonstrators (Yellow Vests? remember, and others). Crazies too.

    Getting accurate statistics about mentally ill crazies acting out in public, and their encounters with police, is probably impossible. But surely you could try before generalizing with absurd statements.

    There are well known and documented cases of Muslim terrorists attacking civilians and even cops with knives and clubs. Many of them were later beaten or killed by police. Did you forget those? The reason I mention them is that with unknown motives, how did those cops know those terrorists (as later verified) weren’t just garden variety crazies? They didn’t of course.

    You think Eastern European and Russian cops treat violent nuts with kid gloves? Sure, some might, but they don’t have a rep for being merciful. Many acting out crazies are trying to commit suicide by cop. Violent mentally ill (large males, especially) are extremely dangerous. Add the meth and PCP druggies, and you have a real problem. Where I live recently cops shot several of these kinds when they were running out in freeway traffic hitting vehicles with hammers, etc. Smashing car windows and threatening drivers.

    Final thought: how many dead Euro crazies were killed by cops who lied about the details? Such as the ones you don’t see in your YouTube compilations.

  170. @Nicholas Stix
    Walter Wallace Jr. was almost certainly a member of the racial supremacist murder cult, the Nation of Islam.

    https://nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2020/10/was-walter-wallace-jr-shot-killed-by.html

    Replies: @David In TN

    There is a reason these “victims” are almost always career criminal types who are fighting the police. The MSM and company doesn’t have a case of five white lowlifes abducting and torturing to death an attractive black middle class couple. Or a white homeowner shooting a five-year old black child who crosses his lawn.

    So they make do with a series of made-up stories and/or hoaxes.

  171. @Guy De Champlagne
    @Achmed E. Newman

    That's just a bunch of stale right wing talking points about socialism. Sad!

    It's also worth noting that spending on the poor has profound pseudo eugenic (environmental factors that mimic genetic improvement) effects, by keeping people well fed and provided with medical care throughout their lives, especially during development and through schooling. Unchecked poverty can impair and destroy people mentally and physically just like genetic defects can.

    I think the libertarian solution is that desperately poor people are supposed to see how their untreated (and undiagnosed) medical condition is lowering the present discounted value of their future earnings and get a loan to pay for treatment. Sheesh.

    I'm very pro eugenics but I'm not the least interested in 80s era talking points. How have things been going since the 80s anyway?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    I understand you don’t want to make an effort to see the truth. I know it’s stale to you, all that common-sense, natural-law economic stuff. The new way is control, control, control, just as the Commies tried time and again over the last century. Maybe it WILL work this time. The audacity of hope! I like your spirit.

    How have things been going since the 80s anyway?

    A whole lot worse, of course, but the start of it was in back the mid-1960s, though many would argue it goes back to the FED being created 107 years ago this Christmas eve. Merry freakin’ Christmas, Commie assholes.

  172. @Jack D
    @ThisIsAnon153Replying

    This is not 1963. Blacks have their own music production companies and the industry giants are owned by multinational conglomerates. Walter Wallace probably never met a Jew in his life except maybe some of the headshrinkers that they sent him to to treat his bipolar, and those are increasingly Asian too. Go back to you cave.

    Replies: @OFWHAP, @ATBOTL

    Nowadays it’s the likes of Jay-Z, Master P, and Diddy ripping off small-time producers and having competitors and others who refuse to play ball killed.

  173. @Rob Lee
    @Rob

    The simplest way of accomplishing the return to marriage and childrearing is to pay increasingly large amounts of public welfare ONLY to couples that marry, stay married, and both raise and educate law-abiding, moral citizens. It really is so very simple. You get more of what you subsidize, so subsidize moral family formation and penalize the anti-social behavior.

    Replies: @Travis

    No income tax for married parents with 3 children under the age of 12. Free health insurance for those with 4 children under the age of 18. If they get divorced they have to pay taxes again. Simple and easy to understand policy.

    we do not want to encourage parents to have 1 child, need more parents with 3 kids to have another child. Married Parents with 2 healthy children should be the target. They have the skills to be parents already, and adding a third child is easier than people realize. Parents with 3 children soon understand that HBD is real and not much can be done to make your dull kid smarter. Not much can be done to make your uncoordinated child an athlete. This knowledge would be helpful and teach Americans more about biodiversity than getting a Phd in genetics.

  174. @International Jew
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    Sounds like "unwanted touching".

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    Until you actually make the advance (or, in this case, the touching), how can you know it’s unwanted? There’s the whole “during a robbery” business, sure. Still, gals like a guy with initiative.

  175. Perhaps ‘twas ever thus with martyrs though. As Shakespeare’s Coriolanus remarked:

    … Your virtue is /
    To make him worthy whose offence subdues him /
    And curse that justice did it.

    In modern English, “your idea of virtue is to pretend that someone brought down by his own faults was in fact ‘worthy’ and curse that justice did it.”

    In fact, the whole speech seems appropriate for today’s SJWs:

    MARCIUS … What’s the matter, you dissentious rogues,
    That, rubbing the poor itch of your opinion,
    Make yourselves scabs?

    First Citizen We have ever your good word.

    MARCIUS He that will give good words to thee will flatter
    Beneath abhorring. What would you have, you curs,
    That like nor peace nor war? the one affrights you,
    The other makes you proud. He that trusts to you,
    Where he should find you lions, finds you hares;
    Where foxes, geese: you are no surer, no,
    Than is the coal of fire upon the ice,
    Or hailstone in the sun. Your virtue is
    To make him worthy whose offence subdues him
    And curse that justice did it.
    Who deserves greatness
    Deserves your hate; and your affections are
    A sick man’s appetite, who desires most that
    Which would increase his evil. He that depends
    Upon your favours swims with fins of lead
    And hews down oaks with rushes. Hang ye! Trust Ye?
    With every minute you do change a mind,
    And call him noble that was now your hate,
    Him vile that was your garland. What’s the matter,
    That in these several places of the city
    You cry against the noble senate, who,
    Under the gods, keep you in awe, which else
    Would feed on one another?

    See Ralph Fiennes’ impeccable delivery here (speech begins around 1:00):

  176. @Johann Ricke
    @Jack D


    Personally I am not that afraid of Biden. He would govern as a mainstream Democrat. Not good but we’ve had mainstream Democrats as President for much of the last century and the Republic has survived.
     
    Today's mainstream Democrat views arson and looting as peaceful demonstrations, and thinks letting them off without charge is good policy. This isn't your 1970's mainstream Democrat. And Joe always goes with that mainstream.

    Replies: @Jim Bob Lassiter

    It would appear that DJT is down with pardoning them too.

    • Replies: @Johann Ricke
    @Jim Bob Lassiter


    It would appear that DJT is down with pardoning them too.
     
    Trump's just making a play for the black vote. Jared and Ivanka are probably true believers. We'll see how this plays out. I'm not optimistic. IMHO, the GOP will get a significant chunk of the black vote the day it embraces Democratic orthodoxy on quotas and black impunity/supremacy. Until then, it's a lost cause.
  177. Nice veneers. Borrowed?

  178. @Jack D
    @AndrewR

    Kushner is not on the ballot. Harris is. The correct question is whether President Pence would be better than President Harris and I have no doubt that he would. Harris had the #1 most liberal voting record in the Senate. She is literally the MOST Leftist Senator and there's a good chance that if Biden wins she will become the POTUS.

    Personally I am not that afraid of Biden. He would govern as a mainstream Democrat. Not good but we've had mainstream Democrats as President for much of the last century and the Republic has survived. But Harris is in another category. We would be straying into uncharted territory. Even if you don't like Trump, it's worth voting for him just to keep Harris out of the White House.

    Replies: @Lot, @Johann Ricke, @David In TN

    Today’s “mainstream Democrat” is far to the left of Bill Clinton circa 20-25 years ago. Or even the Obama of 2008.

    In 2020 Kamala Harris is a “mainstream Democrat.” If you’re “not afraid of Biden,” you’re not afraid of Harris.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @David In TN

    All Democrats nowadays are to the left and the left has shifted further left but Harris was rated (by a non-partisan group) to be the MOST Leftist member of the Senate and that is saying something.

    Replies: @Wielgus, @David In TN

  179. @Buffalo Joe
    @Alden

    Alden, when you read articles in the California papers about the homeless, excuse me, now called the "unhoused," there are frequent comments that Reagan ended funding to commit the mentally ill to institutions. And then, thankfully, a commentor will note that a bipartisan bill was responsible for that and the vote in favor, I believe, was 167-4 . So, virtually veto prove and not to mention Reagan was California governor fifty years ago. Newspapers give you stories, the commentors give you the facts.

    Replies: @Alden

    The California state hospitals closed in 1975, the same year as O’Connor. Regean was Governor 1966 to 1974.

    There was an incredible propaganda effort about the evilness of mental hospitals for years., movies, novels endless horror story articles. There was even a psychiatrist of some kind. Think his name was Lang. Wrote a book claiming mental illness doesn’t exist so close down the institutions

    I remember the lie about an elderly Chinese man. Allegedly the shrinks kept him incarcerated for years because the man spoke only “gibberish “ a sign of severe mental illness. Then lo and behold, some crusading do gooder noticed he was Chinese and maybe he was speaking Chinese!!! A Chinese speaker was brought and the man spoke Chinese but no English

    What a lie. He was at Napa hospital. About 50 miles from San Francisco which had a large Chinese population. And nobody at Napa wondered if he spoke Chinese instead of English. And I doubt he was speaking Chinese to himself all the time.

    Plenty of Napa employees lived in San Francisco and commuted every day . I really doubt no Chinese understanding Chinese worked at Napa.
    who could have cleared up the the gibberish problem in a minute. California was full of people who grew up in China and left when the communists took over. Plus the usual steady influx from Hong Kong Taiwan Indonesia etc.

    That’s the lie I remember most. Everything you read in newspapers is a lie except for the date.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Alden

    My vague impression is that institutions tend to put surprising efforts to find somebody who can speak the language even if exotic. John Derbyshire tells the story of how the British Army captured an Axis unit in 1945 of miscellaneous nationalities, including two Asiatics speaking a language nobody could understand. Eventually, it was determined they were speaking Tibetan. They were yak herdsmen who had wandered into Russia following their herd, were conscripted to fight the Germans, were captured by the Germans and sent to France to fight the Brits.

    The British eventually paid for them to go home.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

    , @MBlanc46
    @Alden

    R. D. Laing. He was a wacko. Said that the schizophrenics are the sane ones (more or less). But mental hospitals were pretty awful. I visited close relatives in them many times. I don’t know that much more could have been done. They should never have been closed.

  180. @David In TN
    @Jack D

    Today's "mainstream Democrat" is far to the left of Bill Clinton circa 20-25 years ago. Or even the Obama of 2008.

    In 2020 Kamala Harris is a "mainstream Democrat." If you're "not afraid of Biden," you're not afraid of Harris.

    Replies: @Jack D

    All Democrats nowadays are to the left and the left has shifted further left but Harris was rated (by a non-partisan group) to be the MOST Leftist member of the Senate and that is saying something.

    • Replies: @Wielgus
    @Jack D

    Maybe it is because I am European but somehow the idea of the US Senate being packed with leftists does not convince.

    , @David In TN
    @Jack D

    "All Democrats nowadays are to the left and the left has shifted further left..."

    Which is what I was saying. With Biden as President, we would get court packing, statehood for D.C, and Puerto Rico, etc, etc. Those things would be attempted at the least.

  181. @lysias
    @anonymous

    Latest word is that Wallace has/had 8 kids, with a 9th on the way.

    Replies: @Alden

    9th was scheduled to be born today Wednesday. It’s the child of the wife who called police 3 times that day. I saw their attorney on TV. Ghetto Ebonics incoherent I could hardly understand him. Head bobbing also did those hand signals blacks do. He really seemed drugged up on something

    This is something the 1900 eugenics people would write a book about. Or why Margaret Sanger promoted birth control and why abortion was legalized.

  182. @Reg Cæsar
    @Rob

    LaSteatopygia.



    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-RHGHgsKA9zU/UudHMkBUOAI/AAAAAAAAA5U/07PTd6r9jYE/s1600/16.jpg

    Replies: @black sea, @Kolya Krassotkin, @bruce county, @Alden

    That’s what full skirts and fitted bodices were designed for

  183. @anon
    @Jack D

    Whatever they looted, it wasn’t Payless. They went bankrupt last year.

    You're right. They just set a car on fire in front of an empty one.

    https://twitter.com/zerosum24/status/1321258362814824448

    I was watching a livestream, and I guess they must have been showing looting, and then cut to that, and I guess my brain did the next.

    So that's some good news. Payless is safe! Granted, it's only safe because there's nothing inside to steal, but safe nonetheless.

    I did see that they looted the Dollar Tree. I love how they always get those. Can you imagine meeting up back with your looting homies at someone's house, talking about what you stole, like kids on Halloween night comparing their stashes of trick-or-treat candy, and one guy says "I stole FIVE TVs, dawg!". And the next guy is "Yo, man, I got this whole STACK of Air Jordans!", and then you have to be like "I got THREE bags of plastic Halloween trinkets, AND this pile of Mama Celeste's frozen Pizza-For-Ones!".

    Somebody get the Hughes brothers on the phone, I think I have a script for them.

    Replies: @SC Rebel

    I would never loot a store, but if I were to pick a store to loot, Dollar Tree would not be on my list.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @Johann Ricke
    @SC Rebel


    I would never loot a store, but if I were to pick a store to loot, Dollar Tree would not be on my list.
     
    Actually, there's a logic to it. You're unlikely to get into a gunfight with your rivals while looting a Dollar Tree. And the dollar amount of stuff you can carry will likely fall well short of a felony ($2K in PA), unless you've backed up a U-haul. Anyone who's out looting has probably been around the block a couple of times re the criminal justice system. He knows intimately what lines, when crossed, lead to bigger penalties.
  184. This “aspiring rapper” was 27 years old with 9 kids (don’t know how many different women) and 1 more on the way. So tragic that his life was cut short; he could have easily Fathered 10 more future upstanding citizens.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Wake up

    The main contribution of aspiring rappers to society is more aspiring rappers.

  185. @Jim Bob Lassiter
    @Johann Ricke

    It would appear that DJT is down with pardoning them too.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke

    It would appear that DJT is down with pardoning them too.

    Trump’s just making a play for the black vote. Jared and Ivanka are probably true believers. We’ll see how this plays out. I’m not optimistic. IMHO, the GOP will get a significant chunk of the black vote the day it embraces Democratic orthodoxy on quotas and black impunity/supremacy. Until then, it’s a lost cause.

  186. What’s really odd is that ALL of these martyrs, from Trayvon Martin on, have done a lot to contribute to their own demise. Ferguson dude, Arbery ‘let’s grab the shotgun,’ black woman with crazy drug dealin’ murderer boyfrien,’ Saint George, and now the last two — all engaged in behavior that had a lot to do with their meeting a violent end. Charge cops with a knife — you might get shot. It’s not too hard to see the connection.

    One would think that just by the odds, one would have been genuinely innocent of contributing to his own death. I mean, it’s a big country. Shit must happen.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Colin Wright


    What’s really odd is that ALL of these martyrs, from Trayvon Martin on, have done a lot to contribute to their own demise.
     
    It's not odd at all because cops and white civilians usually don't just go 'round shooting random black dudes (the way black dudes do to each other). If a white cop or civilian has shot a black guy, he usually has a pretty good reason, regardless of whether that reason is legally sufficient in retrospect.

    What's also odd (not really, for the same reason) is that all of these martyrs have rap sheets a mile long. Can't the police ever pick a TRULY innocent black person to shoot, one who has not provoked them and who does not have a long criminal record?

    The one case that comes to mind is that of Botham Jean (even he was a weed smoker but otherwise he seemed to be a pretty clean guy). Of course Jean was Caribbean and not ADOS. Of course this case teaches us other things, such as the fact that it may not be wise to hire 120lb. women as police because using their gun is their only realistic chance in a struggle. Guyger will be out on parole in 5 years, which is very lenient for what she did.

    Replies: @Rob McX

  187. @Jack D
    @notsaying

    Philadelphia is "in the process" of issuing tasers to all cops but not all cops have them yet and the guys who shot Wallace didn't.

    City budgets are always tight. The vast majority of funds go to payroll and pensions so there is very little left over for acquiring expensive equipment (and Tasers need training as well).

    It's far from certain whether shooting Wallace with a Taser would have worked. Tasers are a sort of 50/50 proposition.

    https://www.npr.org/2019/06/27/729922975/despite-widespread-use-police-rate-tasers-as-less-effective-than-believed#:~:text=Axon%20says%20its%20testing%20shows,of%20the%20police%20departments'%20data.&text=APM%20Reports%20found%20more%20than,just%20a%20three%2Dyear%20period.

    We live in a safety obsessed culture. Kids are put in safety seats from birth and stay belted for their whole life. Not even your dog is allowed to ride in the bed of the pickup truck. Smoking is discouraged. Roofers are supposed to wear harnesses. Store clerks are not supposed to try to stop shoplifters. It was inevitable that this safety culture would bleed over to the police and that the police are no longer willing to take the risk that they might be killed by a perp. They are trained at the police academy not to take any risks.

    Replies: @black sea, @Johann Ricke, @anonymous-antimarxist, @Colin Wright

    ‘Philadelphia is “in the process” of issuing tasers to all cops but not all cops have them yet and the guys who shot Wallace didn’t…’

    I find this irritating. Tasers are so you don’t have to mud-wrestle. They’re not so you don’t have to shoot the guy who’s coming at you with a knife.

    • Replies: @ATBOTL
    @Colin Wright


    I find this irritating. Tasers are so you don’t have to mud-wrestle. They’re not so you don’t have to shoot the guy who’s coming at you with a knife.
     
    No. When tazers were introduced, they were sold to the skeptical public ONLY as an alternative to shooting people who would otherwise have been shot. The claim was that tazers were an alternative to deadly force. The pro-tazer lobby insisted that tazers would NEVER be used as a "pain compliance" tool. The public was told officers would never use tazers to threaten people who were passively resisting orders. They were only to be used in place of guns, that is to say, rarely.

    Of course, police began to use them more and more to the point where we see outrageous abuse of citizens by police thugs threatening to use potentially deadly tazers against for example, citizens refusing to move. Many unarmed people have been killed by tazers.

    The acceptance of extreme policy brutality by white conservatives is shocking. I also notice you support the police gold bricking mentality. Killing citizens to save police a few seconds of work is justified in your twisted view. Support for extreme police brutality is related to racial cucking. Whites are willing to tolerate an ever more oppressive police state, that actually kills their own people, precisely because they refuse to support pro-white policies that will reduce the risk of black crime.

    Go back and look up the debate over tazers when they were introduced. Your ignorance on this subject is monumental.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

  188. @Alden
    @Buffalo Joe

    The California state hospitals closed in 1975, the same year as O’Connor. Regean was Governor 1966 to 1974.

    There was an incredible propaganda effort about the evilness of mental hospitals for years., movies, novels endless horror story articles. There was even a psychiatrist of some kind. Think his name was Lang. Wrote a book claiming mental illness doesn’t exist so close down the institutions

    I remember the lie about an elderly Chinese man. Allegedly the shrinks kept him incarcerated for years because the man spoke only “gibberish “ a sign of severe mental illness. Then lo and behold, some crusading do gooder noticed he was Chinese and maybe he was speaking Chinese!!! A Chinese speaker was brought and the man spoke Chinese but no English

    What a lie. He was at Napa hospital. About 50 miles from San Francisco which had a large Chinese population. And nobody at Napa wondered if he spoke Chinese instead of English. And I doubt he was speaking Chinese to himself all the time.

    Plenty of Napa employees lived in San Francisco and commuted every day . I really doubt no Chinese understanding Chinese worked at Napa.
    who could have cleared up the the gibberish problem in a minute. California was full of people who grew up in China and left when the communists took over. Plus the usual steady influx from Hong Kong Taiwan Indonesia etc.

    That’s the lie I remember most. Everything you read in newspapers is a lie except for the date.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @MBlanc46

    My vague impression is that institutions tend to put surprising efforts to find somebody who can speak the language even if exotic. John Derbyshire tells the story of how the British Army captured an Axis unit in 1945 of miscellaneous nationalities, including two Asiatics speaking a language nobody could understand. Eventually, it was determined they were speaking Tibetan. They were yak herdsmen who had wandered into Russia following their herd, were conscripted to fight the Germans, were captured by the Germans and sent to France to fight the Brits.

    The British eventually paid for them to go home.

    • LOL: Alden
    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    @Steve Sailer

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzInH4-Kk8U

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJCZX6I5i-g

  189. Strange how the average NAPA who struggles with mental health issues seems to always be strung out by a plethora of drugs.
    Magic 8 ball says dude was whacked out of his mind.

  190. @Father O'Hara
    @Rob McX

    Kwashento?

    Yeah momma?

    I have some bad news.

    Yeah?

    It seems your daddy...your daddy is dead.

    Momma?

    Yes,Kwashento?

    What we havin' for dinner?

    Replies: @MBlanc46

    That’s “Yo daddy be’s daid”.

  191. @Alden
    @Buffalo Joe

    The California state hospitals closed in 1975, the same year as O’Connor. Regean was Governor 1966 to 1974.

    There was an incredible propaganda effort about the evilness of mental hospitals for years., movies, novels endless horror story articles. There was even a psychiatrist of some kind. Think his name was Lang. Wrote a book claiming mental illness doesn’t exist so close down the institutions

    I remember the lie about an elderly Chinese man. Allegedly the shrinks kept him incarcerated for years because the man spoke only “gibberish “ a sign of severe mental illness. Then lo and behold, some crusading do gooder noticed he was Chinese and maybe he was speaking Chinese!!! A Chinese speaker was brought and the man spoke Chinese but no English

    What a lie. He was at Napa hospital. About 50 miles from San Francisco which had a large Chinese population. And nobody at Napa wondered if he spoke Chinese instead of English. And I doubt he was speaking Chinese to himself all the time.

    Plenty of Napa employees lived in San Francisco and commuted every day . I really doubt no Chinese understanding Chinese worked at Napa.
    who could have cleared up the the gibberish problem in a minute. California was full of people who grew up in China and left when the communists took over. Plus the usual steady influx from Hong Kong Taiwan Indonesia etc.

    That’s the lie I remember most. Everything you read in newspapers is a lie except for the date.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @MBlanc46

    R. D. Laing. He was a wacko. Said that the schizophrenics are the sane ones (more or less). But mental hospitals were pretty awful. I visited close relatives in them many times. I don’t know that much more could have been done. They should never have been closed.

  192. @SMK
    @Guest194

    Yet another low IQ black thug and predator, myriads and myriads of them, sane and insane, who should have been buried in prison long ago rather than free to commit who knows how many crimes and to father 7 children with who knows how many women and, finally and blessedly, to roam the streets on drugs and waving a knife, terrorizing who knows how many people before he was shot and killed by two cops acting iin obvious self-defense. But the facts don't matter to the rioters or the likes of Lebron James and Colin K and the Rev. Al or to blacks and white leftists with almost no exceptions.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    The only definitively good thing about this is that they shot him. As for the political repercussions, I’ve read things that go both ways with the PA voters. Both candidates told citizens there that ‘it depends on PA’. I don’t know, and I don’t believe anyone does.

    But at least this creep is one less of this particular sort. He’s like Jason Blake type write large. They even call animals like this ‘young men’. Always has a weird cacophony to it.

  193. @Alden
    OMG, he was 27 yrs old and already had 7 children and no job other than aspiring musician. 7 children, insane and violent , 18 arrests 5 assaults on police officers. School age children, he must have started his squirt and scram career in his mid teens. Imagine what the mothers are like if they conceived a baby with him.

    So all you eugenics guys, still against abortion?

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    I agree, they would have been better off aborted. Easier said than done, how many 10’s of thousands of these rodents have such wonderfully organized life-styles?

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    Killadelphia would be better off if they were aborted.

  194. @anon
    @Jack D

    My favorite part is “'He’s a kid who wanted to be a musician,' White said. 'He loved music.'"

    Well, who doesn't like music? Except for deaf people, I guess, or those few people who have that weird disorder where their brains can't process music (I think it was Vladmir Nabokov who was like that.), who doesn't like music?

    When you try to find something, anything good to say about someone, and the only thing you can come up with is "He liked music!", it's a sign that you're dealing with a dirtbag of truly memorable proportions.

    Replies: @Mike Tre, @SteveRogers42, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin

    Well, who doesn’t like music?

    Did you ever see the video where Ali G tries to prank Trump years ago? As the set-up to his prank, he asks Trump, “What’s the most popular product in the world?”

    Trump immediately answers, “Music,” and Ali G is flummoxed because it’s obviously a better answer than “ice cream,” the one he was going to use for his prank.

  195. @AndrewR
    @Polynikes

    Would President Harris be worse than President Kushner? I'm not seeing it.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Richard B

    Would President Harris be worse than President Kushner? I’m not seeing it.

    A dreadful thought inside a reasonable question.

    And, yeah, I’m not seeing it either.

  196. @Wake up
    This “aspiring rapper” was 27 years old with 9 kids (don’t know how many different women) and 1 more on the way. So tragic that his life was cut short; he could have easily Fathered 10 more future upstanding citizens.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    The main contribution of aspiring rappers to society is more aspiring rappers.

  197. @anonymous
    Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, the angry negroes are ignoring social
    distancing in respect for Crazy Walter, while mourn-looting
    and mourn-running-over-police-officers:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QN0cnvagw4&feature=emb_title

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    This is the first I hear of this, and it’s just across the B’klyn Bridge from me. I checked and NYTImes did not cover it, not even a mention–what a SHIT PAPER. Wall Street Journal did and CBS as well. Incredible. I’m going to check WaPo…NO, nothing at all. This is getting to be like non-stop ECT, except there’s no need for general anaesthesia.

  198. @Trelane
    Police commissioner Danielle Outlaw. How suitable and proper, like a comic book character.

    Replies: @Dryheavz, @duncsbaby

    Take a look at her. A proven success everywhere she goes. Did have a short film career in Creature from the Black Lagoon.

  199. @Trelane
    Police commissioner Danielle Outlaw. How suitable and proper, like a comic book character.

    Replies: @Dryheavz, @duncsbaby

    Former Chief of Police in Portland, Oregon. Don’t worry, she did an amazing job at cop-community relations there as well.

  200. @Reg Cæsar

    At Least the Security Guard Wasn't a Karen
     
    Because those people settled elsewhere:


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karen_people_in_the_United_States#Distribution

    George Floyd could have been the victim of a Karen, but he chose the wrong Twin City:

    Ler Htoo was sworn in after graduating from the St. Paul Police Academy in Minnesota in 2014. Htoo is believed to be the first ever police officer of Karen ethnicity in the United States.
     
    Ler Htoo is no doubt called "Ht Ler" by his police buddies. Or perhaps "Gesundheit".

    Replies: @duncsbaby

    Thanks for the tip. Knowing that all Twin Cities refugees eventually make their way to North Dakota, I shall look for Karens to start showing up soon. I hope I don’t have to call the cops over them playing their music too loud in my apartment building.

  201. @Alden
    Latest news about Wallace. He did have a job. He was an Uber eats driver. Makes you think. Taxi drivers have taxi licenses and men with 18 arrests don’t get those licenses. Wonder he hasn’t attacked a restaurant worker or customer.

    The wife is the pregnant baby mamma. She is scheduled for induced labor today!!! So it’s 9 kids.
    Wallace is bi polar. It was the 3rd DV call that day. Father is a retired city garbage man. He had some YouTube songs.

    2 of his sons are old enough to interview with the media. People played one of his songs as the neighbors say outside and wept howled and yowled. One would almost think they are following a script.

    Wife blames cops for not dealing with her out of control insane violent husband. Is bipolar heritable? I think it is

    Replies: @duncsbaby

    Like a lot of things there is a genetic predisposition for bi-polar disorder.

    While the causes of bipolar disorder are not clearly understood, both genetic and environmental factors are thought to play a role. Many genes, each with small effects, may contribute to the development of disorder. Genetic factors account for about 70–90% of the risk of developing bipolar disorder.

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

  202. What if every 18-30 year old white man who died between the years 1964-2006 and who owned a guitar and could play a few chords and maybe carry a tune had been described as an aspiring rock-star ?

  203. @128
    IQ test are flawed in assessing intelligence because it is very hard to separate out what is practice, vs. what is the intrinsic level of intelligence, especially in large group heterogenous groups, like if you are comparing the entire population of Japan and China vs. the US and Belgium, how much of the difference is just due to an increase in effort in practicing for and taking tests, or basically just concentrating harder? Basically for the Mensa.No online IQ test, you can get 12(!) points, or nearly a standard deviation in IQ score difference by taking the test multiple times, say at least 3 times in one sitting, and concentrating harder on getting the correct answers for the numbers that you get wrong, which means that there is a lot of noise in the data, especially when you are dealing with groups. And then there is the fact that people of the same level of intelligence who practice on IQ tests regularly are likely to do a lot better, than someone who only does it once a year, or almost none at all. So how much of the SAT diference given Asians and Whites is due to innate intelligence, how much is due to elaborate games, and how much is due to innate of intrinsic intelligence, there is likely too much noise in the data to find out, given that repetitive drilling can anecdotally increase SAT scores by up to 100-200 points or more.

    Replies: @donut

    “IQ test are flawed in assessing intelligence” , For sure they kept telling me I was smart but I kept acting stupid .

  204. @Occasional lurker
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Socialism like in the Ex-Soviet-influence-sphere was not dysgenic because it was authoritarian and expected everyone to work for the common good, so had little respect for people who didn't. Nonconformers were seen as enemies of the state. People with low IQ in the ex-GDR lived in sex-segregated tightly-controlled sheltered accomodations, had sheltered supervised workplaces and had hardly any children (probably there were semi-forced abortions when someone did get pregnant). I know of one low IQ woman who had had no children in the GDR sheltered controlled environment, but, left to her own devices and without work after reunification, had 5 children when I last heard of her who were all under costly supervision of youth services.
    Repeat offender adolescents were called "asocial" in the GDR and put into institutions with high discipline that were probably not a nice place to be.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Wielgus

    I would be surprised if they used the word asozial as this has Nazi overtones in German. Although no doubt they had the concept in the GDR of “anti-social”, “undermining socialist construction” etc.

  205. @Jack D
    @David In TN

    All Democrats nowadays are to the left and the left has shifted further left but Harris was rated (by a non-partisan group) to be the MOST Leftist member of the Senate and that is saying something.

    Replies: @Wielgus, @David In TN

    Maybe it is because I am European but somehow the idea of the US Senate being packed with leftists does not convince.

  206. Why Won’t Democratic Mayors Crack Down on the Cops?
    Your mayor is listening. Just not to you.

    https://www.motherjones.com/anti-racism-police-protest/2020/10/why-wont-democratic-mayors-crack-down-on-the-cops/

  207. @Colin Wright
    What's really odd is that ALL of these martyrs, from Trayvon Martin on, have done a lot to contribute to their own demise. Ferguson dude, Arbery 'let's grab the shotgun,' black woman with crazy drug dealin' murderer boyfrien,' Saint George, and now the last two -- all engaged in behavior that had a lot to do with their meeting a violent end. Charge cops with a knife -- you might get shot. It's not too hard to see the connection.

    One would think that just by the odds, one would have been genuinely innocent of contributing to his own death. I mean, it's a big country. Shit must happen.

    Replies: @Jack D

    What’s really odd is that ALL of these martyrs, from Trayvon Martin on, have done a lot to contribute to their own demise.

    It’s not odd at all because cops and white civilians usually don’t just go ’round shooting random black dudes (the way black dudes do to each other). If a white cop or civilian has shot a black guy, he usually has a pretty good reason, regardless of whether that reason is legally sufficient in retrospect.

    What’s also odd (not really, for the same reason) is that all of these martyrs have rap sheets a mile long. Can’t the police ever pick a TRULY innocent black person to shoot, one who has not provoked them and who does not have a long criminal record?

    The one case that comes to mind is that of Botham Jean (even he was a weed smoker but otherwise he seemed to be a pretty clean guy). Of course Jean was Caribbean and not ADOS. Of course this case teaches us other things, such as the fact that it may not be wise to hire 120lb. women as police because using their gun is their only realistic chance in a struggle. Guyger will be out on parole in 5 years, which is very lenient for what she did.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Jack D


    The one case that comes to mind is that of Botham Jean (even he was a weed smoker but otherwise he seemed to be a pretty clean guy). Of course Jean was Caribbean and not ADOS.
     
    It's probably because he was a "pretty clean guy" that his case got so little attention, that and the fact that he wasn't American born. BLM types seem to care less about blacks who make good and lead blameless lives. Anyone black who isn't a thug is selling out to the Man.
  208. @Steve Sailer
    @Alden

    My vague impression is that institutions tend to put surprising efforts to find somebody who can speak the language even if exotic. John Derbyshire tells the story of how the British Army captured an Axis unit in 1945 of miscellaneous nationalities, including two Asiatics speaking a language nobody could understand. Eventually, it was determined they were speaking Tibetan. They were yak herdsmen who had wandered into Russia following their herd, were conscripted to fight the Germans, were captured by the Germans and sent to France to fight the Brits.

    The British eventually paid for them to go home.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

  209. @Jack D
    @ThisIsAnon153Replying

    This is not 1963. Blacks have their own music production companies and the industry giants are owned by multinational conglomerates. Walter Wallace probably never met a Jew in his life except maybe some of the headshrinkers that they sent him to to treat his bipolar, and those are increasingly Asian too. Go back to you cave.

    Replies: @OFWHAP, @ATBOTL

    That’s not true. The multi-national media conglomerates have largely Jewish executives and largely Jewish shareholders. The record companies that distribute black music are still largely Jewish run. Black rappers’ record labels are just shell companies that have contracts with the Jewish labels. They don’t operate independently. This arrangement allows the black artists to get a higher share of the profits than in the old days, but they are still working for Jews.

  210. @Colin Wright
    @Jack D

    'Philadelphia is “in the process” of issuing tasers to all cops but not all cops have them yet and the guys who shot Wallace didn’t...'

    I find this irritating. Tasers are so you don't have to mud-wrestle. They're not so you don't have to shoot the guy who's coming at you with a knife.

    Replies: @ATBOTL

    I find this irritating. Tasers are so you don’t have to mud-wrestle. They’re not so you don’t have to shoot the guy who’s coming at you with a knife.

    No. When tazers were introduced, they were sold to the skeptical public ONLY as an alternative to shooting people who would otherwise have been shot. The claim was that tazers were an alternative to deadly force. The pro-tazer lobby insisted that tazers would NEVER be used as a “pain compliance” tool. The public was told officers would never use tazers to threaten people who were passively resisting orders. They were only to be used in place of guns, that is to say, rarely.

    Of course, police began to use them more and more to the point where we see outrageous abuse of citizens by police thugs threatening to use potentially deadly tazers against for example, citizens refusing to move. Many unarmed people have been killed by tazers.

    The acceptance of extreme policy brutality by white conservatives is shocking. I also notice you support the police gold bricking mentality. Killing citizens to save police a few seconds of work is justified in your twisted view. Support for extreme police brutality is related to racial cucking. Whites are willing to tolerate an ever more oppressive police state, that actually kills their own people, precisely because they refuse to support pro-white policies that will reduce the risk of black crime.

    Go back and look up the debate over tazers when they were introduced. Your ignorance on this subject is monumental.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @ATBOTL

    'Go back and look up the debate over tazers when they were introduced. Your ignorance on this subject is monumental.'

    And fuck you as well. However, you're arguing with a claim I didn't make. Certainly tasers shouldn't be used to zap everyone who's being uncooperative -- but that doesn't make them a complete replacement for guns. That last was my point.

  211. The Uncomfortable Truth About Walter Wallace

  212. @Jack D
    @Colin Wright


    What’s really odd is that ALL of these martyrs, from Trayvon Martin on, have done a lot to contribute to their own demise.
     
    It's not odd at all because cops and white civilians usually don't just go 'round shooting random black dudes (the way black dudes do to each other). If a white cop or civilian has shot a black guy, he usually has a pretty good reason, regardless of whether that reason is legally sufficient in retrospect.

    What's also odd (not really, for the same reason) is that all of these martyrs have rap sheets a mile long. Can't the police ever pick a TRULY innocent black person to shoot, one who has not provoked them and who does not have a long criminal record?

    The one case that comes to mind is that of Botham Jean (even he was a weed smoker but otherwise he seemed to be a pretty clean guy). Of course Jean was Caribbean and not ADOS. Of course this case teaches us other things, such as the fact that it may not be wise to hire 120lb. women as police because using their gun is their only realistic chance in a struggle. Guyger will be out on parole in 5 years, which is very lenient for what she did.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    The one case that comes to mind is that of Botham Jean (even he was a weed smoker but otherwise he seemed to be a pretty clean guy). Of course Jean was Caribbean and not ADOS.

    It’s probably because he was a “pretty clean guy” that his case got so little attention, that and the fact that he wasn’t American born. BLM types seem to care less about blacks who make good and lead blameless lives. Anyone black who isn’t a thug is selling out to the Man.

  213. Anonymous[416] • Disclaimer says:

    Black mentality in a nutshell:

    ‘Woke’ mentality in a nutshell:

    ————-

    In a way, we can understand why globalists want more mass immigration. All their pro-black ‘wokery’ is really a cover to mollify blacks while importing immigrants to replace them.

    Blacks destroy stuff, so why not bring immigrants? Sure, it will mean doom for the GOP, but many people figure a future with immigrants is better than future with blacks.

    Ideally, US should remain solidly white. But if the choice is between too many blacks and too many immigrants, the latter is preferable for many people.

  214. @Jack D
    @David In TN

    All Democrats nowadays are to the left and the left has shifted further left but Harris was rated (by a non-partisan group) to be the MOST Leftist member of the Senate and that is saying something.

    Replies: @Wielgus, @David In TN

    “All Democrats nowadays are to the left and the left has shifted further left…”

    Which is what I was saying. With Biden as President, we would get court packing, statehood for D.C, and Puerto Rico, etc, etc. Those things would be attempted at the least.

  215. @ATBOTL
    @Colin Wright


    I find this irritating. Tasers are so you don’t have to mud-wrestle. They’re not so you don’t have to shoot the guy who’s coming at you with a knife.
     
    No. When tazers were introduced, they were sold to the skeptical public ONLY as an alternative to shooting people who would otherwise have been shot. The claim was that tazers were an alternative to deadly force. The pro-tazer lobby insisted that tazers would NEVER be used as a "pain compliance" tool. The public was told officers would never use tazers to threaten people who were passively resisting orders. They were only to be used in place of guns, that is to say, rarely.

    Of course, police began to use them more and more to the point where we see outrageous abuse of citizens by police thugs threatening to use potentially deadly tazers against for example, citizens refusing to move. Many unarmed people have been killed by tazers.

    The acceptance of extreme policy brutality by white conservatives is shocking. I also notice you support the police gold bricking mentality. Killing citizens to save police a few seconds of work is justified in your twisted view. Support for extreme police brutality is related to racial cucking. Whites are willing to tolerate an ever more oppressive police state, that actually kills their own people, precisely because they refuse to support pro-white policies that will reduce the risk of black crime.

    Go back and look up the debate over tazers when they were introduced. Your ignorance on this subject is monumental.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘Go back and look up the debate over tazers when they were introduced. Your ignorance on this subject is monumental.’

    And fuck you as well. However, you’re arguing with a claim I didn’t make. Certainly tasers shouldn’t be used to zap everyone who’s being uncooperative — but that doesn’t make them a complete replacement for guns. That last was my point.

  216. Killadelphia blacks have finished with Walmart and Dollar Tree and looted upscale Lord & Taylor’s today.

    The Girl Scouts have denounced Amy Barrett for being a Catholic having a big family, heterosexual or something. Well, the MEN OF UNZ denounced Barrett for being a woman and adopting black kids.

    I wouldn’t adopt blacks myself. But I’ll never become judge either. Old lady friends hysterical Barrett night somehow outlaw abortion.

    Speaking of reproductive health, a black looter looted; not the individual small boxes, but a big carton from the store room of Plan B pills from a drug store Plan B isn’t an abortion pill. If taken within 2 days after sex it somehow prevents any fertilized eggs from implanting in the uterine wall and becoming a zygote

    So this black fool howled and yowled, capered and gesticulated for the TV cameras with the carton with Plan B in huge letters.

    Robbers are shooting the looters and robbing their loot and even their cars as they load up the loot.

  217. @Anonymous
    @NJ Transit Commuter


    Isn’t it time to have a serious talk about being able to institutionalize people against their will?
     
    The big problem is that the medical/paramedical/pharmaceutical complex (MPP Complex) has bamboozled the rest of us into thinking that:

    (1) All mental illness is generally treatable with drugs and years of treatment; and

    (2) Mental patients must be FORCED to take drugs that have very serious side effects. (Side effects are why many mental patients "go off their meds.")

    In reality, pharmaceutical "treatment" is often administered for the profit and convenience of the MPP Complex with no regard whatever to the wishes of the patient.

    A truly CARING solution would be to put serious mental patients into an institution, but to guarantee their freedom NOT to submit to pharmaceutical regimes, sedation etc.

    Institutionalization does not NEED to cost a fortune if the focus is shifted from the "treatment" charade to simple management and basic safety for inmates (including if possible some paid work).

    Replies: @Alden, @anon, @Colin Wright

    ‘…Institutionalization does not NEED to cost a fortune if the focus is shifted from the “treatment” charade to simple management and basic safety for inmates (including if possible some paid work).’

    This is interesting. What you’re talking about is a return to the more structured environments of the past (the parish, the village, the manor, the plantation, et al) for those who in fact need the structure.

    • Replies: @Wielgus
    @Colin Wright

    In Britain, closing down or downsizing mental health facilities was sold as "care in the community". All too often it meant some schizophrenic being left to fend for him or herself.

  218. @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Alden

    I agree, they would have been better off aborted. Easier said than done, how many 10's of thousands of these rodents have such wonderfully organized life-styles?

    Replies: @Alden

    Killadelphia would be better off if they were aborted.

  219. His libido and conscience constantly fighting, no wonder he went crazy in the end.

  220. @Colin Wright
    @Anonymous

    '...Institutionalization does not NEED to cost a fortune if the focus is shifted from the “treatment” charade to simple management and basic safety for inmates (including if possible some paid work).'

    This is interesting. What you're talking about is a return to the more structured environments of the past (the parish, the village, the manor, the plantation, et al) for those who in fact need the structure.

    Replies: @Wielgus

    In Britain, closing down or downsizing mental health facilities was sold as “care in the community”. All too often it meant some schizophrenic being left to fend for him or herself.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
  221. @SC Rebel
    @anon

    I would never loot a store, but if I were to pick a store to loot, Dollar Tree would not be on my list.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke

    I would never loot a store, but if I were to pick a store to loot, Dollar Tree would not be on my list.

    Actually, there’s a logic to it. You’re unlikely to get into a gunfight with your rivals while looting a Dollar Tree. And the dollar amount of stuff you can carry will likely fall well short of a felony ($2K in PA), unless you’ve backed up a U-haul. Anyone who’s out looting has probably been around the block a couple of times re the criminal justice system. He knows intimately what lines, when crossed, lead to bigger penalties.

  222. @notsaying
    @Rob McX

    When I think of "school aged" children I think of kids who are in kindergarten or older. If you are 27 and have 7 kids ages 5 and up, when did you have your first child and how many times did you have two kids to two different mothers during the same year?

    I am afraid you are right about his kids seeing more now than they ever did.

    I doubt this guy's mental problems are new. Certainly his criminal problems are not. How did the mothers of his children allow themselves to get impregnated by him seven times? I am amazed he just got married, I cannot imagine when he last had a job and how little it paid.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    I am amazed he just got married,

    I’m going to take a wild shot in the dark and guess that it was in response to some legal or welfare entitlement issue.

  223. Supermarkets – customers wandering about, picking items off shelves – were invented to reduce labor costs. But they only work when people in general don’t steal. Every supermarket chain in the USA is doomed. In days of yore, you had a man behind a counter who would get your items for you, and we are returning to those days, albeit the man behind the counter is online.

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