Pegged as a hotline white woman can call instead of calling the police on “innocent black bodies“:
Comedienne Niecy Nash teamed up with the New York Times to create a real 800 number for white people who are afraid of Black people to call, instead of calling the police.
It’s an answer to all the nonsense calls that have put Blacks in danger of contact with authorities (who notoriously have a dangerous relationship), and a wake-up call to white people that are racist, and apparently don’t know it.
911 dispatchers not wanting to pass along the calls made by white people may want to give out this number to save racists embarrassment, jobs, death threats, and save time and emergency resources for those who really need it— like EMS for Blacks being shot by police, perhaps?
One white woman who did try and call the police on a black was Lauren McCluskey. She dated a black man, who turned out to be lying about his age and also a convicted sex offender. When she broke it off, the black man stalked her, sending her threatening tweets.
She notified the cops, who did nothing. [Police: Lauren McCluskey Repeatedly Contacted Authorities Before Her Murder: The University of Utah reached out to her school’s police force multiple times in the days leading up to her death, telling them she was receiving worrying texts from Melvin Rowland, Rolling Stone, 10-26-18]:
University of Utah police have released a timeline and additional details about the murder of student of Lauren McCluskey, who was killed on October 22nd by a man she dated for a month, Melvin Rowland, who took his own life before he could be apprehended. McCluskey broke off the relationship with Rowland on October 9th, after learning that he had lied to her about his name, age and the fact that he was a registered sex offender. On October 12th and 13th, McCluskey alerted university police that Rowland was harassing her, and while her complaints were documented and a detective was assigned to the case, new details make clear that the harassment continued, McCluskey regularly updated police, and yet few investigatory measures were taken prior to her tragic murder.
As Rolling Stone reported on Wednesday,McCluskey was on the phone with her mother and walking home to her campus apartment when Rowland abducted her, forced her into a car in a nearby parking lot and shot her to death; her body was discovered by police a few hours later, after her father called 911. According to new information released by university police, Rowland, 37, was picked up from another part of the school campus by a woman he met on an online dating site, who thought he had just come from the gym. While university police were conducting a manhunt on campus, Rowland and the unidentified woman went to dinner, visited the state Capitol and then returned to her apartment, where Rowland took a shower. By the time the woman dropped him off at a coffee shop, Rowland had been identified as a suspect and she called police after seeing news reports.
Salt Lake City police spotted Rowland in the downtown area and followed him into a local church, preparing to take him into custody, but he shot himself first, using the same gun used to kill McCluskey. Police have since learned that the gun belongs to Rowland’s friend, who told police that Rowland asked to borrow it because he wanted to teach his girlfriend how to shoot. Neither the friend nor the woman are expected to face charges, as University of Utah Police Chief Dale Brony said both had been “duped” by Rowland.
“Rowland was a manipulator. If his lips were moving, he was lying,” Brophy said. “I don’t think he told the truth to anybody based on our investigation.”
Lauren McCluskey’s white fear was justified, which the New York Times and some black comedian found worthy of mocking.
Regardless of the unsettling nature of her coupling with a black individual, McCluskey did not deserve to be murdered while she was on the phone with her mother.
White fear is justified, though mocked by the establishment.
The authorities did nothing to protect her, just as our civilization failed to provide her the protections necessary to understand racial truths.
America is irredeemable in its current iteration.