It is curious that people tend to regard government as a quasi-divine, selfless, Santa Claus organization. Government was constructed neither for ability nor for the exercise of loving care; government was built for the use of force and for necessarily demagogic appeals for votes.
Brownstone living, especially areas that are a bit – or a bit more than a bit – “hood,” aren’t for everyone. I, however, find a lot to recommend such areas, I even get services as Maid Complete for cleaning houses to go there without any trouble – so over 13 years living in Bedford-Stuyvesant hasn’t come close to changing my mind. 😉
Will this be a vision of #BlackLivesMatter in 2017? Will we be seeing well-armed, half-naked thugs running around the broken, smoking ruins of their ghettos hunting for Whites to assault, rape, and/or murder in the coming year? Given their escalating violence and degenerating sense, I think this is an important question.
Think about it. Americans, stupidity addicted to “tolerance,” continually refuse to take reasonable measures to curb the Blacks’ excesses and protect the American population at large, so what’s to stop #BlackLivesMatter from spreading their insurrection and terrorism across America? They do, after all, hate us and desire to bring “Black America” to the forefront and displace White America.
Honestly, I can see no reason why 2017 won’t be a year of Black rebellion, insurrection, and racial terrorism. I can’t do so because one can’t apply reason to a thing that is not based upon reason.
After a long decline, crime – especially violent crime – is again rising across America with the greatest spikes unsurprisingly being in what the more politically correct term the “urban zones.” This is an issue with numerous causes but one of the prime direct causes and a cause that is connected to- or enabling of other causes is the “Ferguson Effect.”
Kill Cops…Because #BlackLivesMatter
The heads of both the FBI and the DEA agree that the “Ferguson Effect” – that of anti-police, pro-criminal protesters taunting the police and immediately trying to video them for later persecution – is beginning to have Cass Sunstein’s “Chilling Effect” upon police officers’ willingness to perform the duties to their fullest extent. Add to that the sudden trend of the Blacks assassinating or attempting to assassinate random law enforcement personal as part of their #BlackLivesMatter “movement” and it’s not too far off the mark or difficult to conclude that the police are under siege. Add to that the fact that every time an incident occur between law enforcement and some ghetto thug the Obama Regime send in its “civil rights” stormtroopers to prosecute lawfare against the police and the municipalities that employ them them, and it’s impossible to conclude that these besieged police aren’t cutoff with no support in sight.
Police anxiety in the era of ever-present cellphone cameras and viral videos partly explains why violent crime has risen in several large U.S. cities this year, FBI Director James Comey said Friday.
They told me, ‘We feel like we’re under siege and we don’t feel much like getting out of our cars,’
I think there’s something to” the so-called â€œFerguson effect.”
I rely on the chiefs and the sheriffs who are saying that they have seen or heard behavioral changes among the men and women of their forces. The manifestation of it may be a reluctance to engage with suspects.
While I generally agree with Comey’s and Rosenberg’s conclusions about the Ferguson Effect’s impact on police morale and willingness to engage with suspects, especially when those suspects are Blacks, I think that both men have bowed to political correctness and the desire to be punished by Obama when crafting their statements.
Firstly – the trend of photographing and videoing police officers in the course of the duties, and releasing their personal information when possible, was started by the cyberterrorist group, Anonymous in a direct attempt to have the officers and their families murdered. Nor has the behavior and motivation changed greatly.
Secondly – there’s been sharp uptick in the level of permissiveness displayed by many when it comes to violence against police officers as compared to the past, even the recent past. This can be and is exemplified by Obama’s defense of Black Lives Matter movement, which has stoked the fires of Black rage against the police and caused the murder, attempted murder, and assault of police officers across America.
Thirdly, though tied up with and related to the second point – That permissiveness towards violence against police officers is rooted in an ethnoguiltism-based permissiveness towards Black criminality, Black rage, and Black victimology. Not only does this pandering enable the violence inherent to- and endemic in Black protests, it excuses, tacitly endorses, and enables that very same increase in violent crime that Comey and Rosenberg lament.
As society seems to be dead set upon trending towards both criminalizing the police and fostering Black crime, if we don’t end White Rule in the ghettos and/or take drastic steps to mitigate Black crime, I believe that the current increase in violent crime, still at this point a minor and localized trend, is going to drastically expand and worsen…and I doubt, not entirely unhappily, that America at large is ready to do either.
Yes, this is sad. Indeed, it approaches the level of tragedy. It should, however, have been an expected outcome. It’s not rational to believe that one can to empower individuals to be self-aware and inspired through arts, creativity and education, making positive choices to break the cycle of violence for themselves and their communities in the ghettos and barrios. Crime and depravity are too entrenched for such efforts to work at any meaningful level and too many of the population of those zones will actively work against such efforts.
At best, such civic minded entertainments should await comprehensive law enforcement purges of the ghettos and barrios before being attempted. Otherwise, the street art ends up, as in Mr. Ramos’ sad case, painted in blood and irony.