Tomorrow’s 911?

Posted in Politics, Society on May 11th, 2015

The intersectionality between crime, especially home invasions, and the persistent and pernicious attacks upon the police in America should be worrying most Americans. One America News Network (OANN) provides us with a sarcastic yet all too plausible glimpse at tomorrow’s 911.

Tomorrow’s 911?

Given that political correctness more and more runs amok within America’s borders and given that the race-baiting identity politics of the Blacktivists and the Liberals and Progressives who pander to them is carried out through lawfare and paper terrorism against all lawful authority, OANN’s dystopian prediction is sadly probable.

The future 911 system is made even more probable by the horrific fact that one cannot separate the Blacks’ quasi-peaceful protests from their rioting, looting, and insurrection. The two actions are intrinsically connected, the former never happening without the latter.

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Surrendering To Terror

Posted in Politics on May 6th, 2015

Herein are examples of just why charging the six Baltimore police officers involved in the death of with Freddie Gray with felonies ranging from manslaughter to second-degree “depraved-heart” murder. Doing so is nothing but surrendering to terror and pandering to- and excusing the endemic violence and insurrection of the “Black Community.”

This week, the calls for justice were heard when six Baltimore police were charged for the death of Freddie Gray. For a city that erupted in protest, both peaceful and violent, this couldn’t have come any sooner. Though these are merely charges and not convictions, the fact that the Baltimore justice system is conceding with the people shows promise.

— Joseph Spelde
A Struggle of Collective Identity? Baltimore and the Civil Rights Movement

And, of course, one should not be bothered by this if one wants to remain on the right side of Political Correctness police. One should only feel empathy for the community that was savaged by its own indigenous population. One shouldn’t feel horrified or outraged by yet another Black race riot in yet another city.

Although the destruction of the Baltimore community is a horrible thing for which we should all feel empathy, we must also recognize that if this had not happened, even those not living under a rock may never have heard the story of Freddie Gray.

— Gabi Hitel
Race and Humility: A Response to “Obama Finds A Bolder Voice on Race Issues” by Peter Baker

Terrorism is defined as the use of violent acts to frighten the people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a political goal and this is exactly what the Blacks are engaging in. They’re quite literally using terrorism as a mean of rebelling against their local government(s) and the lawful authorities placed over them.

This is not something that should be surrendered or pandered to by the authorities. Nor should it excused or explained by society. Doing so only emboldens the Blacks and reinforces the idea that rioting, looting, and the threat of violent insurrection is a working strategy for them.

Perhaps the Baltimore police are legally culpable in some manner for Freddie Gray’s death while in their custody but, once the Blacks resorted to textbook examples of terrorism, that should have overridden and precluded any charges being brought against those officers.

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Shades Of Qo’noS

Posted in Politics, Society on December 28th, 2014

Sometimes life imitates art; sometimes art shapes life. That latter seems more true of Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek, which less predicted than caused what was the future for that franchise.

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The NYPD’s Discommendation Of de Blasio
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In this particular case, the shades of the Klingon homeworld could be seen as hundreds of police officers turned their backs on a screen showing New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaking at the funeral of one of the two NYPD officers assassinated last week by a Black insurrectionist. It looked a lot like the Klingon ceremony of Discommendation, in which the individual is ceremonially shunned, stripped of honor, and severely reduced in social status due to his crimes.

Some – those who either are part of the Black Problem or side with those that are, and/or those with deep-seated psychological scarring and resultant pathologies – may well disagree with me, but I find this public shaming and shunning of de Blasio by the NYPD to be a very fitting start to his punishment for his dishonor and disloyalty.

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