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Democratic Gov. Evers went on:

While we do not have all of the details yet, what we know for certain is that he is not the first Black man or person to have been shot or injured or mercilessly killed at the hands of individuals in law enforcement in our state or our country.

We stand with all those who have and continue to demand justice, equity, and accountability for Black lives in our country—lives like those of George Floyd, of Breonna Taylor, Tony Robinson, Dontre Hamilton, Ernest Lacy, and Sylville Smith.

And we stand against excessive use of force and immediate escalation when engaging with Black Wisconsinites.

I have said all along that although we must offer our empathy, equally important is our action. In the coming days, we will demand just that of elected officials in our state who have failed to recognize the racism in our state and our country for far too long.

That’s it, that’s the whole thread. No call for peace or warning against rioting.

The governor’s tweets didn’t do much good for the parking lot of the Unitarian Universalist church:

Here’s a posting on Saturday on that Unitarian-Universalist church’s Facebook page:

Here’s my 2016 essay “What’s the Matter With Wisconsin?” explaining why Wisconsin (and Minnesota) tend to have blacks more dysfunctional than the national black average.

Dozer tried to warn us

This was not the first time Jacob Blake made the news. From the Racine County Eye in 2015:

Police: K9 Dozer Helps Subdue Man Who Pulled Gun at Bar
by Racine County Eye
September 22nd, 2015

Racine police say K9 Dozer had to help officers take a man into custody when the man refused to go quietly into custody after he pulled a gun at a local bar.

Jacob Blake, 24, of Racine, was charged Monday in Racine County Circuit Court with one felony count of resisting arrest, causing a soft tissue injury to a police officer and one misdemeanor count each of carrying a concealed weapon, carrying a firearm while intoxicated, endangering safety, use of a dangerous weapon, and disorderly conduct. If convicted, he will face up to 8-1/2 years in prison and/or up to $50,000 in fines.

According to the criminal complaint, Blake and two women were at the Brass Monkey tavern, 1436 Junction Avenue, Saturday when Blake got into an argument with another patron and pulled a black handgun. Blake pointed the gun at the other man, and the magazine fell to the floor. The bartender told Blake to leave, and he did but then pointed the gun through the window at patrons inside the bar before walking south on Junction Avenue.

Police say they encountered a woman walking on Junction who was in the bar with Blake, but she said she didn’t know what happened and that her friends left without her in a silver SUV. A few moments later, officers were advised that a silver SUV was traveling north on Junction with a male subject driving who matched the description of Blake, and they initiated a traffic stop in the 1200 block of Racine Avenue.

Believing the driver was armed, police conducted a high risk traffic stop, the complaint reads, and ordered Blake to put his hands out the window of the vehicle. Instead, Blake exited the SUV and started walking toward officers and ignored commands to get down on the ground. Officers forced Blake to the ground and ordered him to put his hands behind his back. When Blake refused to comply, K9 Dozer was deployed to force the defendant into compliance.

While police were at the hospital with Blake so he could be treated for the wound he obtained from K9 Dozer …

Blake was searched and police say he had a holster on his hip but no gun. A subsequent search of the SUV turned up a black handgun on the floor behind the driver’s seat.

Sadly, Dozer was unavailable today in Kenosha.

Judging by all the search hits, I’m finding, Dozer appears to have been one of Racine’s more famous residents.

 
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  1. Maybe videos of cops shooting black suspects should be censored from social and traditional media for 24 hours. Give time to call up police or national guard reinforcements, have political leaders and police chiefs hold press conferences, etc.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Dave Pinsen

    'Maybe videos of cops shooting black suspects should be censored from social and traditional media for 24 hours.'

    Maybe the videos should be run in a continuous loop with approving commentary.

    It'd let blacks know party time is over.

    Communication. It's all about communication.

    Replies: @Richard B

    , @Anonymousse
    @Dave Pinsen

    Maybe people who burn down random buildings and attack innocent people for any and every pretext need to be driven the F out of our formerly civilized country.

    Replies: @Richard B

    , @Lagertha
    @Dave Pinsen

    well all the facts were shot to shit, today. But, whatever. Wisconsin is going for Trump...so people are angry - duh.

  2. Anon[339] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: Noxious Ethiopian woman berates Asian workers in tea shop, claiming that they’re stealing black culture. She claims Boba tea is black. It’s actually Asian in origin. Anyway, she cuts off the video when a black man begins to berate her for being an ass.

    • Replies: @Jake
    @Anon

    Black people on average are insane or just barely, at least after they have had a large dose on indoctrination by white Liberals.

    Mohammedanism only makes blacks worse - as it does whites and Asians.

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Anon

    Probably she was referring to "trap", a drug den, and probably--this being Colorado--the name does reference that black slang. Nevertheless, she is an idiot.

    , @Daniel Chieh
    @Anon

    Black culture everywhere

    Replies: @newrouter

    , @Days of Broken Arrows
    @Anon

    Next stop: Yelling at anyone from Pizza Hut because no one there is Italian.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @TomSchmidt

    , @El Dato
    @Anon

    Boba Tea and his brother Boba Fat are actually Samoan.

    , @AnotherDad
    @Anon


    She appears to have graduated this year from university & is extremely proud of being Ethiopian.
     
    I'll note the she behaves like an American black and speaks with an "i went to college version" of the tedious--mindless repetitive shouting is our greatest strength!--American black style. Not like the few Ethiopians i've met.

    But that said, if she's extremely "proud of being Ethiopian" ... she belongs in Ethiopia!

    Her very presence in America is a statement that "white guys do it better". Given minoritarian propaganda every immigrant needs to be reminded of that daily. If your people are so fricking great, what the hell are you doing here? If you love them so much, why aren't you in your people's nation pitching in?

    No. You came here because white guys--white genes/white culture--built a better nation (prosperity or rule of law or freedom or whatever) than wherever the heck you came from. Deal.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    , @Ragno
    @Anon

    She's not agitated or insane - she's resume-building. She's undecided as to whether she's going to go into business (to sit on somebody's Board of Directors; perhaps she'll do it Whitey's way and start small, like as a Diversity Director) or government (as a member of the House of Representatives).

    "Ok, gooks - my job here be done. Now to sit by my phone, eat a bucket of spicy wings, an' wait fo' Link-in to do the ress."

  3. 🧐

    “Empower Wisconsin | Dec. 4, 2019

    By M.D. Kittle

    MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers spent more than a day hobnobbing with big liberal donors in Washington, D.C. last month, according to a copy of the Democrat’s schedule obtained by Empower Wisconsin through an open records request.

    The governor’s spokespeople at the time refused to confirm Evers’ trip to the Fall 2019 Investment Conference sponsored by the progressive Democracy Alliance, described as a secretive coalition of more than 100 millionaire and billionaire donors.

    The fact that it took an open records request to confirm the governor’s political trip says a great deal about the secretive Evers administration.

    Evers and two other Dem governors — Gretchen Whitmer, of Michigan, and Laura Kelly, of Kansas — were tapped as the warm-up act for U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the fundraiser, according to a Democracy Alliance agenda.

    As the Free Beacon reported, the three-day event was held at D.C.’s five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel to “plot (the Democracy Alliance’s) upcoming agenda leading up to the 2020 elections.”

    The left-wing group is organized by billionaire currency speculator George Soros. Soros has contributed hundreds of millions of dollars to liberal organizations that do not disclose their donors, even as progressive groups push their phony narrative about conservative “dark money” networks.“

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Neo Morpheus

    Neo, thank you and I look forward to the nyt's headline that reads:' Liberals Saddened by the Passing of Billionaire Mega Donor George Soros."

    , @JimDandy
    @Neo Morpheus

    I was wondering how Wisconsin--which went to Trump--elected such an extreme limo-liberal governor.

    Replies: @Hibernian

  4. Explosive unrest in Kenosha reminds me of that “Peace Frog”-esque riff at the end of “April 29[sic], 1992” where he just starts naming random cities the band’s played once or twice: “Riots on the streets of Kansas City… Tuscaloosa, Alabama… Cleveland, Ohio… Fountain Valley; Paramount; Victorville / Eugene, Oregon…” etc.

    • Replies: @Ben tillman
    @Anonymous

    Who is “he”? Jim Morrison died 21 years earlier. Blood on the streets in the town of New Haven. . . .

    Replies: @Random Anonymous

  5. You don’t say….

    “Empower Wisconsin | Dec. 4, 2019

    By M.D. Kittle

    MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers spent more than a day hobnobbing with big liberal donors in Washington, D.C. last month, according to a copy of the Democrat’s schedule obtained by Empower Wisconsin through an open records request.

    The governor’s spokespeople at the time refused to confirm Evers’ trip to the Fall 2019 Investment Conference sponsored by the progressive Democracy Alliance, described as a secretive coalition of more than 100 millionaire and billionaire donors.

    The fact that it took an open records request to confirm the governor’s political trip says a great deal about the secretive Evers administration.

    Evers and two other Dem governors — Gretchen Whitmer, of Michigan, and Laura Kelly, of Kansas — were tapped as the warm-up act for U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the fundraiser, according to a Democracy Alliance agenda.

    As the Free Beacon reported, the three-day event was held at D.C.’s five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel to “plot (the Democracy Alliance’s) upcoming agenda leading up to the 2020 elections.”

    The left-wing group is organized by billionaire currency speculator George Soros. Soros has contributed hundreds of millions of dollars to liberal organizations that do not disclose their donors, even as progressive groups push their phony narrative about conservative “dark money” networks.”

    • Replies: @John Milton’s Ghost
    @Neo Morpheus

    [sarc] Don’t be anti Semitic !

  6. We stand with all those who have and continue to demand justice, equity, and accountability for Black lives in our country

    “I am a GoodWhite! Do not protest in front of my house (or else!). Go burn down houses and businesses of those other, eeeevil BadWhites who vote for my political opponents!”

  7. In a key swing state ten weeks from a pivotal election. Hmm. Who will benefit?

    • Agree: Ben tillman
  8. Governor Evers is fanning the flames, and obviously wants Chicago-style riots in Wisconsin. People will be hurt and even killed by results of his words, yet he will not be blamed.

    Clown world is stupid.

    • Replies: @Pontius
    @anon

    Riot Envy.

    You aren't a top-tier city until you've had a proper one.

  9. I’m getting the distinct impression that somehow, we’ve all wound up in an insane asylum where the worst of the inmates are posing as the warders.

    How can the governor of a state seriously say something like this? Aside from the detail that it’s simply not true, doesn’t he realize the extent to which it will add to the mayhem and destruction?

    Blacks really were bad enough already. Egging them on with invented pretexts for even more extravagant displays of violence really is some form of deliberate social sabotage.

    What’s the plan here? It’s all so nonsensical it starts making one vaguely consider the possible merits of all the successive conspiracy theories. Maybe one of them is true; what else could explain all this?

    God help us. I feel like stocking up on canned goods and buying more ammunition. I do not like wherever it is this particular choo-choo is going.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    @Colin Wright


    we’ve all wound up in an insane asylum
     
    Short answer: yes. That's the rationale behind the whole "Clown World" meme. Honk honk, btw.

    Of course, Douglas Adams wrote about this many years ago. From So Long and Thanks For All the Fish:

    The Asylum was set up one day after Watson came across a set of detailed instructions on a set of toothpicks. Watson, distressed and fearing for the world's sanity, built the Asylum to put it in and help it get better. The Asylum is a four-walled house turned inside out. That which one would be inclined to take as the door into the house opens into a lawn with benches and walking paths. This is the area that Watson calls Outside the Asylum. Thus, the inside of the asylum contains the entire world, save for that small area. Within that small outside area, Watson has mounted the instructions for the toothpicks, in order to discourage himself and others from going back into the asylum.

    , @Neo Morpheus
    @Colin Wright

    The plan is that hostile elites & billionaires are using BLM and antifa and such as weapons against regular patriotic America. The boil the frog slowly plan was supposed to come to its fruition with Hillary Clinton’s election. But the frog figured it out before it was too late. We nominated Donald Trump against the best efforts of Conservative Inc., we elected Trump President against the best efforts of the aforementioned elites & billionaires and their media sheep and useful idiots, and we will be re-electing Emperor Trump in November.

    The riots and idiocy are a sign of weakness not strength. And this will all be put down in due time. Trust the plan. Where we go one we go all.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @SunBakedSuburb

    , @vhrm
    @Colin Wright

    Also, if he really believes this stuff, is he going to take any responsibility as the chief executive of the state? After all this happened on his watch, and it's not like BLM hasn't been in the news for several years. Why hasn't he "solved" this problem?

    , @Stephen Paul Foster
    @Colin Wright

    "[D]doesn’t he realize the extent to which it will add to the mayhem and destruction?"

    He most certainly does "realize" the terror he is helping to unleash. Tony is operating with the Leninist dictum "the worst, the better." This is "race-Bolshevism" and it's going to get a whole lot worse after November -- reparations, hate-speech (goodbye 1st and 2nd amendments), flooding of third world folks to finish off white states like Maine. And, goodbye Electoral College, hello plebiscitary "democracy" where the rabble get to take whatever the Soros, et al permit.

    , @Authenticjazzman
    @Colin Wright

    " How can the governor of a state seriously say something like this"

    Just what will it take for non-Democrats to finally realize that they, the Democrats, are simply insane and must be dealt with accordingly, no compromise, no consensus,no "agreements",
    They are, like it or not, "enemies" of their own making, period.

    I told my new (foreign born) wife sixteen years ago that the Dems are out of their minds and she assumed that I was hyping the issue, she believes me now.

    AJM "Mensa" qualified since 1973, airborne trained US army vet, and pro Jazz artist.

    , @Whiskey
    @Colin Wright

    Brilliant move by the Gov.

    He knows blacks run this nation. Every bit of it. Whites are just serfs or slaves.

    Wisconsin burning is a plus. White women get tingles. Vote Harris. Even better most shops and neighborhood s get burnt out. Plus if lots of White people lose everything. They get punished. Good and hard.

    Mail fraud vote is now guaranteed. Biden just won WI.

    Long term Harris will throw goodies to the Gov who will hand them out blacks only. Don't worry White votes are never counted.

    , @Negrolphin Pool
    @Colin Wright

    Well, if one truly harbored a homicidal bloodlust against everyday blacks, in terms of raw body counts they couldn't do much better than the current crop of Dem BLM enthusiasts.

  10. So this guy got “the talk” that all black males must sadly hear from their parents, witnessed innumerable (9) unarmed men shot by cops… and STILL ignored cops’ threats and walked into his car to grab something while under arrest?

    Why doesn’t the media blame people like him for not listening to “the talk”? It’s clearly something black men have had drilled into their heads every day of their lives since they were 6 years old, right? How could he have possibly forgotten the major points of “the talk”?

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Warner

    100 percent his fault. I'm curious to hear what he was reaching for in that car.

    Replies: @Seneca44, @Ray Cissman

    , @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @Warner


    So this guy got “the talk” that all black males must sadly hear from their parents, witnessed innumerable (9) unarmed men shot by cops… and STILL ignored cops’ threats and walked into his car to grab something while under arrest?

    Why doesn’t the media blame people like him for not listening to “the talk”? It’s clearly something black men have had drilled into their heads every day of their lives since they were 6 years old, right? How could he have possibly forgotten the major points of “the talk”?
     
    Contra the hype about "the talk," I doubt a large percentage of blacks have "the talk" with their young boys. (I can tell you that as a white kid, I was always taught to respect the authority of police and to obey their commands or bad things could happen - did I get "the talk?")

    Rather, I think that underclass black boys learn early on that if they resist arrest they have a very good chance of evading arrest and avoiding the consequences of engaging in criminal conduct. No doubt they run into an out of shape cop, a cop punching a clock until retirement, or one who is just having a bad day and is disengaged and offers only cursory arrest efforts and as a consequence they escape to commit crimes another day. The probability of evading arrest is probably fairly good, and they likely only get arrested a fraction of the times that the police try to arrest them. Then, one day, a bad mix of circumstances arises and the act of resisting arrest begins the escalation of a situation ending in either the cop or the perp making it out alive but not both. I wonder if, paradoxically, body cameras will eliminate the ability of a disengaged cop to take a pass on arresting someone who doesn't want to be arrested, and therefore may actually cause more of these escalating situations.

    Replies: @Jane Plain

  11. @Dave Pinsen
    Maybe videos of cops shooting black suspects should be censored from social and traditional media for 24 hours. Give time to call up police or national guard reinforcements, have political leaders and police chiefs hold press conferences, etc.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Anonymousse, @Lagertha

    ‘Maybe videos of cops shooting black suspects should be censored from social and traditional media for 24 hours.’

    Maybe the videos should be run in a continuous loop with approving commentary.

    It’d let blacks know party time is over.

    Communication. It’s all about communication.

    • Agree: Kylie
    • Replies: @Richard B
    @Colin Wright


    Communication. It’s all about communication.
     
    That's exactly right.

    But, since communication isn't their forte, they'd simply take it to mean that the party's just getting started.

    It very well may be.

    Let's keep in mind that there is an endless amount of cash flooding into to the BLM & Antifa coffers from their backers high up in the misty realms of finance who are busy printing that money for themselves and their many proxies.

    The hostile elite have gone full shekels.

    And that means the USA is now officially Gangster Inc.

    From this perspective The RNC & DNC is simply a case of Good Cop/Bad Cop.

    Both under the employ of said Gangsters.

    Which means, we don't matter, at all.

  12. Shouldn’t the initial non-contextual video of the act in question be posted?

    • Replies: @Altai
    @Anonymous

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn't seem to involve herself in the final confrontation. It should never have been allowed to get to that point, that's crazy. They let him go all the way into his car to retrieve what they assumed was a weapon. Or maybe they wanted him to give them cause? Maybe they weren't confident about a physical take-down because they thought other people might intervene.

    Maybe the old rules about height restrictions for police were a good idea. Those officers weren't confident about restraining the suspect, even with two of them and the guy assumed they weren't prepared to use their weapons. But then, after all this, I don't think they'll ever be able to be so picky with police again.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Thoughts, @Neo Morpheus, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous Jew, @SteveRogers42, @Anonymousse, @Anonymous

    , @utu
    @Anonymous

    This is how the cop who shot 7 times in the back should be handle by his police department if they had a honor code.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnH04RVohZo

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @bomag, @sayless

    , @Jon
    @Anonymous

    Is there anywhere online that gives more context for this?
    He just appears on camera - was he in the car? On the ground? And why were three cops already standing around him, guns ready?
    Then you hear "put it down" numerous times as he walks around the car, but it sounds like it's coming from the crowd. Are they yelling at him or the cops? I can't tell if he is carrying anything.
    Finally, you hear "drop the gun" - this sounds more like the cops. Did they find a gun in the car?
    Regardless, I've gotten to the point where I just don't give a shit one way or the other if the shooting was justified.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Lurker

    , @Bugg
    @Anonymous

    911 call mentions subject was possibly armed. Subject is not complying with lawful orders and reaching into a car. And a gun was in fact recovered from the car. Are the cops supposed to wait until he shoots them?

    How hard is it to simply comply with the cops. In most jurisdictions thanks to liberal morons nobody goes to jail anyway. He would have been home before the cops.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @danand

    , @jon
    @Anonymous

    TMZ has posted another cell phone video from someone standing on the other side of the car. You can see that he was fighting with the cops (that is why, in the original video, he suddenly appears and all of the cops are already surrounding him with guns ready - they were on the ground fighting). Unfortunately, the video quality is pretty bad: https://www.tmz.com/2020/08/24/jacob-blake-shooting-new-angle-struggle-cops-kenosha/

  13. “Nevermind ze dogs, zey are here for your protection.”

    Man’s best friend coming in with a clinch performance! Good boy! We must secure the existence of our doggos and a future for cute puppers.

    I’ve seen this list before, but here’s the eternal jogger’s list of biggest fears:

    1. Ghosts
    2. Dogs
    3. Registered Mail

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @BenKenobi


    I’ve seen this list before, but here’s the eternal jogger’s list of biggest fears:

    1. Ghosts
    2. Dogs
    3. Registered Mail
     

    Also zombies.

    https://youtu.be/l3rAfIuPcIM

    Replies: @bruce county

    , @profnasty
    @BenKenobi

    Let's be honest. We're all afraid of registered mail.

    Replies: @bruce county

    , @36 ulster
    @BenKenobi

    Registered mail isn't necessarily bad news. The Registered mail that I delivered was usually something very valuable, which is why it is relatively expensive to send. CERTIFIED mail, on the other hand (the mail with the green label), often signifies trouble. I myself received mercifully few of these, but I remember the anxiety each time I received a yellow (later pink) slip in my mailbox. I occasionally helped out on routes that were in Black neighborhoods, and while I was always cordial with the residents, and vice versa, I always made it a point to deliver early in the day. I don't remember delivering any Registered pieces of mail there, but I DO remember the exceptionally large number of Certified letters that I had to attempt to deliver...

  14. Rumor from 4chan: massive toxic waste spill in New Jerse– hold it, a black criminal was injured while violating the law.

  15. @Colin Wright
    I'm getting the distinct impression that somehow, we've all wound up in an insane asylum where the worst of the inmates are posing as the warders.

    How can the governor of a state seriously say something like this? Aside from the detail that it's simply not true, doesn't he realize the extent to which it will add to the mayhem and destruction?

    Blacks really were bad enough already. Egging them on with invented pretexts for even more extravagant displays of violence really is some form of deliberate social sabotage.

    What's the plan here? It's all so nonsensical it starts making one vaguely consider the possible merits of all the successive conspiracy theories. Maybe one of them is true; what else could explain all this?

    God help us. I feel like stocking up on canned goods and buying more ammunition. I do not like wherever it is this particular choo-choo is going.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @Neo Morpheus, @vhrm, @Stephen Paul Foster, @Authenticjazzman, @Whiskey, @Negrolphin Pool

    we’ve all wound up in an insane asylum

    Short answer: yes. That’s the rationale behind the whole “Clown World” meme. Honk honk, btw.

    Of course, Douglas Adams wrote about this many years ago. From So Long and Thanks For All the Fish:

    The Asylum was set up one day after Watson came across a set of detailed instructions on a set of toothpicks. Watson, distressed and fearing for the world’s sanity, built the Asylum to put it in and help it get better. The Asylum is a four-walled house turned inside out. That which one would be inclined to take as the door into the house opens into a lawn with benches and walking paths. This is the area that Watson calls Outside the Asylum. Thus, the inside of the asylum contains the entire world, save for that small area. Within that small outside area, Watson has mounted the instructions for the toothpicks, in order to discourage himself and others from going back into the asylum.

  16. Anonymous[295] • Disclaimer says:

    We need a new portmanteau style description for these incidents. I suggest “The Killing of the Unicorn” or “Albatross” or any other sacred mythical beast whose killing by the profane brings only the most lamentable woe to the killer.

    “…. And the sons of God did disport upon the Earth … and their merry making, rape and ravine did cause great annoyance to mortal man …..”.

  17. STILL ignored cops’ threats and walked into his car to grab something while under arrest?

    Prolly wanted his puppa drank.

    Question: why did the ladies call the cops in the first place?

    • Replies: @SteveRogers42
    @HammerJack

    The callers wanted him to be "miracled" into custody.

  18. Live feed of demonstrators tonight:

  19. @Colin Wright
    I'm getting the distinct impression that somehow, we've all wound up in an insane asylum where the worst of the inmates are posing as the warders.

    How can the governor of a state seriously say something like this? Aside from the detail that it's simply not true, doesn't he realize the extent to which it will add to the mayhem and destruction?

    Blacks really were bad enough already. Egging them on with invented pretexts for even more extravagant displays of violence really is some form of deliberate social sabotage.

    What's the plan here? It's all so nonsensical it starts making one vaguely consider the possible merits of all the successive conspiracy theories. Maybe one of them is true; what else could explain all this?

    God help us. I feel like stocking up on canned goods and buying more ammunition. I do not like wherever it is this particular choo-choo is going.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @Neo Morpheus, @vhrm, @Stephen Paul Foster, @Authenticjazzman, @Whiskey, @Negrolphin Pool

    The plan is that hostile elites & billionaires are using BLM and antifa and such as weapons against regular patriotic America. The boil the frog slowly plan was supposed to come to its fruition with Hillary Clinton’s election. But the frog figured it out before it was too late. We nominated Donald Trump against the best efforts of Conservative Inc., we elected Trump President against the best efforts of the aforementioned elites & billionaires and their media sheep and useful idiots, and we will be re-electing Emperor Trump in November.

    The riots and idiocy are a sign of weakness not strength. And this will all be put down in due time. Trust the plan. Where we go one we go all.

    • Troll: West reanimator
    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Neo Morpheus


    The riots and idiocy are a sign of weakness not strength. And this will all be put down in due time. Trust the plan. Where we go one we go all.
     
    Q is a character in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

    He isn't real, despite what some idiots think.

    Replies: @mousey, @DextersLabRat

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @Neo Morpheus

    "Trust the plan."

    Sure, go ahead and trust Q's nebulous plan. It's not a psyop at all. And while you're at it, follow the lead of Alt-Right celebrity Richard Spencer and vote Democrat. Also, check out the new line of Fire Island beachwear designed and marketed by Richard and his partner Gavin McInnes. They're not frauds or DOJ operatives at all.

    Replies: @Redman

  20. Factoid: much of the human hair sold for use in weaves, as mentioned in your 2016 article, comes from concentration camp prisoners in China.

    • Replies: @Neo Morpheus
    @prosa123

    The NBA, Hollywood and many U.S. corporations are whores for China despite the concentration camps and Uyghur genocide.

    , @Colin Wright
    @prosa123

    'Factoid: much of the human hair sold for use in weaves, as mentioned in your 2016 article, comes from concentration camp prisoners in China.'

    That wouldn't bother blacks. They hate Asians even more than they hate everyone else.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @SunBakedSuburb, @stat in the hat

    , @El Dato
    @prosa123

    I think it comes from India?

  21. @Warner
    So this guy got "the talk" that all black males must sadly hear from their parents, witnessed innumerable (9) unarmed men shot by cops... and STILL ignored cops' threats and walked into his car to grab something while under arrest?

    Why doesn't the media blame people like him for not listening to "the talk"? It's clearly something black men have had drilled into their heads every day of their lives since they were 6 years old, right? How could he have possibly forgotten the major points of "the talk"?

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    100 percent his fault. I’m curious to hear what he was reaching for in that car.

    • Agree: Seneca44
    • Replies: @Seneca44
    @JimDandy

    Yes, lots of ink spilled over hand wringing comments about another innocent black shot by police. Unsaid is the 0.5 seconds that the police officer has to decide if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.

    Replies: @Bill Jones, @John Johnson

    , @Ray Cissman
    @JimDandy

    It matters not.

  22. @prosa123
    Factoid: much of the human hair sold for use in weaves, as mentioned in your 2016 article, comes from concentration camp prisoners in China.

    Replies: @Neo Morpheus, @Colin Wright, @El Dato

    The NBA, Hollywood and many U.S. corporations are whores for China despite the concentration camps and Uyghur genocide.

    • Agree: prosa123
  23. Lots of context here, as of right now:

    https://www.twitter.com/HurricaneLucid

    Sounds like he is a convicted rapist with a warrant out for his arrest for rape. The police were called to that address because he was abusing his girlfriend.

    He refused to stop moving and appeared to be reaching for a gun when he was shot. It also appears that he was not unarmed, and was holding a gun, or something that looked like a gun

    He’s okay as of now, and not dead.

    Or maybe all of this info is wrong.

    Hopefully the police release the bodycam video before Wisconsin falls.

    That would be a bummer.

    • Thanks: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Altai
    @wren

    Between the 2000 and 2010 census the proportion of the population that is classed as 'African-American' went up from 7.68 to 10 percent. Is that from Somalis? Or was there a migration of actual African-Americans from someplace else?

    Wikipedia seems impressed with "The 2010 census reported that the city's population were mainly newcomers, with 51 percent of Kenosha residents having moved from other cities and states."

    Which seems like an effective population replacement but I wonder if 'Other cities' makes up the bulk of this and these are just people living in and around Kenosha moving there for employment.

    Replies: @wren, @Anonymous, @Larry, San Francisco, @ATBOTL

    , @Barnard
    @wren

    Interesting that they have started attacking libraries. Do you think some antifa members read the old jokes about how the vibrant rioters never loot a library and wanted to change that? It could be just an attempt at widespread destruction too.

    Replies: @Known Fact

    , @Anonymous
    @wren



    Hopefully the police release the bodycam video before Wisconsin falls.

    That would be a bummer.

     

    Really? What makes you say that?

    It seems to me that the people of Wisconsin are not willing to fight for themselves and are quite happy to elect politicians who aren't willing to fight, either. Why should anyone feel badly for people so lacking in self-respect?

    I cannot say I am looking forward to dying, but there are some things worse than death: living on your knees is one of them.

    If the people of Wisconsin choose to live on their knees, why should anyone else ought to care? Isn't fighting for people who are unwilling to fight for themselves a waste of time?
  24. @BenKenobi
    "Nevermind ze dogs, zey are here for your protection."

    Man's best friend coming in with a clinch performance! Good boy! We must secure the existence of our doggos and a future for cute puppers.

    I've seen this list before, but here's the eternal jogger's list of biggest fears:

    1. Ghosts
    2. Dogs
    3. Registered Mail

    Replies: @Rob McX, @profnasty, @36 ulster

    I’ve seen this list before, but here’s the eternal jogger’s list of biggest fears:

    1. Ghosts
    2. Dogs
    3. Registered Mail

    Also zombies.

    • LOL: Old Prude
    • Replies: @bruce county
    @Rob McX

    That isn't a zombie prank. That is just natural behavior

  25. @prosa123
    Factoid: much of the human hair sold for use in weaves, as mentioned in your 2016 article, comes from concentration camp prisoners in China.

    Replies: @Neo Morpheus, @Colin Wright, @El Dato

    ‘Factoid: much of the human hair sold for use in weaves, as mentioned in your 2016 article, comes from concentration camp prisoners in China.’

    That wouldn’t bother blacks. They hate Asians even more than they hate everyone else.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Colin Wright

    Collective punishment works. It's used in public schools and in the military. Recently, it's been applied to white people.

    After Dylann Roof committed his horrific hate crime, it was discovered he had a picture of himself with a Confederate battle flag. As a result, whites were told, "No more Confederate stuff for you. No Confederate flag license plates, no statues of Confederate generals, no nothing. You've been bad and y'all must pay."

    But when a black does something monstrous like Micah Xavier Johnson did in Dallas in 2016, killing five police officers and wounding nine others, there is no such response. Blacks don't have to learn a collective lesson. Now blacks are burning and looting again. I was thinking that banning expensive sneakers or the use of the n-word in rap music would be an appropriate punishment, but now I think the best thing would be banning the importation of weaves. We could say, "No more rioting for five years and you'll get your weaves back. But even one little riot and the timer goes back to the start again."

    Bad hair. What else could incentivize black women to keep their men in check?

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @Colin Wright

    "They hate Asians even more than they hate everyone else."

    Specifically black women. The most hateful creatures on earth. Good thing whitey is elevating the hateful, horrific creatures into positions of power within the private and public sectors. Suicidal whitey.

    , @stat in the hat
    @Colin Wright

    www.wmcactionnews5.com/story/31369978/demonic-weaves-believed-to-be-root-of-hair-crimes/

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  26. Maybe we need a variation on the Ottoman millet system to deal with Black Americans. Highly trained, Black American policemen, drawing extra pay of course, are assigned to immediate cases where a troublesome Black male is suspected to be involved. Could only improve matters.

    • Agree: Bert, Chrisnonymous
    • Replies: @a guy named me too
    @Daniel H

    You would need a LOT of black males.

    , @SteveRogers42
    @Daniel H

    An idea whose time has come!

    We already do this with tribal police. The precedent has been set.

  27. As Jim Goad says, what can we do about the epidemic of black men who won’t obey the police?

    • Replies: @SteveRogers42
    @Redneck farmer

    Any cop who has worked in a city larger than Mayberry has met George Floyd dozens of times over the course of his career.

  28. I’m only here for Dozer.

  29. Anon[254] • Disclaimer says:

    So another uncooperative black criminal gets shot, and the governor immediately blames racism I.e. throws the cops under the bus. No mention by him of why the cops needed to pull the trigger on the criminal. Inasmuch as there is an endless supply of such criminals, I guess the cycle of Crime/Police-Intervention/Riot/Rinse-and-Repeat will continue. What is the end goal, total decriminalization of black crime?
    (Politically, riots in WI might help Trump. The best reason to vote Trump is to punish the Dems for being pro-riot).

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Anon


    So another uncooperative black criminal gets shot, and the governor immediately blames racism I.e. throws the cops under the bus.
     
    Maybe cops - all cops - should start telling mayors and governors "You know, Sir, I feel a touch of the COVID coming on. You'll just have to be your own bodyguard for the next few weeks."
    , @DextersLabRat
    @Anon

    The result of total decriminalization of black crime would be total segregation. Maybe that's the subconscious end goal? From an evolutionary viewpoint, perhaps low IQ blacks realize they cannot survive long-term in a society where they can't compete for resources with other groups so they are trying to separate themselves entirely by making it impossible for others to co-exist with them.

    , @SMK
    @Anon

    Will Republicans condemn and call for the impeachment of Evers? Perhaps a few and meekly. Hopefully, this and much else will result in his defeat in the next election. But I doubt it.

    Why do Wisconsin and Minnesota have the worst blacks of all 50 states? Many Chicago blacks with the lowest IQs moved north to Wisconsin, virtually all of them, initially, to Milwaukee, Racine,, and Kenosha, and also to the Twin Cities for the more generous welfare benefits.

    Secondly, the white populations of Wisconsin and Minnesota are roughly half-German, who as a group are even more guilt-ridden, masochistic, and self-loathing than whites of other ethnicities because of what occurred in Germany from 1933-45. Alas, the scourge and inanity of collective guilt, for events and crimes they and their ancestors had nothing to do with, directly or remotely, and that occurred 75-87 years ago across an Ocean in another county before all but the very oldest of them were even born.

    This is one reason why black criminals in Wisconsin and Minnesota are even more indulged than those in other states. I wonder how long the savage who was shot and killed by police,, almost surely in self-defense, not that Evers and his ilk even care or will regret and apologize for "rushing to judgement" before knowing the facts -how long was he incarcerated, in jail or prison, for all the felonies he committed?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @duncsbaby

  30. Remember when ‘Kenosha, Wisconsin’ was such a byword for nice, happy, maybe even dull small city that the joke in the Weezer Buddy Holly, Happy Days video was that their fictional band was from Kenosha.

    Tony Evers is old enough to remember.

    • Replies: @BB753
    @Altai

    "That 70s Show" was also set in small town Wisconsin.

    , @profnasty
    @Altai

    It all ended when they let The Tribe in: Mila Kunis.
    I never trusted her with money. Fact: They portrayed her having sex at 14. 14! Kenosha is a wide open town.

  31. While police were at the hospital with Blake so he could be treated for the wound he obtained from K9 Dozer …

    Blake was searched and police say he had a holster on his hip but no gun. A subsequent search of the SUV turned up a black handgun on the floor behind the driver’s seat.

    If Blake had shot Dozer, all the NWA ladies (Nice White Allies) would be sympathizing with the dog rather than the black dude.

  32. @Colin Wright
    I'm getting the distinct impression that somehow, we've all wound up in an insane asylum where the worst of the inmates are posing as the warders.

    How can the governor of a state seriously say something like this? Aside from the detail that it's simply not true, doesn't he realize the extent to which it will add to the mayhem and destruction?

    Blacks really were bad enough already. Egging them on with invented pretexts for even more extravagant displays of violence really is some form of deliberate social sabotage.

    What's the plan here? It's all so nonsensical it starts making one vaguely consider the possible merits of all the successive conspiracy theories. Maybe one of them is true; what else could explain all this?

    God help us. I feel like stocking up on canned goods and buying more ammunition. I do not like wherever it is this particular choo-choo is going.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @Neo Morpheus, @vhrm, @Stephen Paul Foster, @Authenticjazzman, @Whiskey, @Negrolphin Pool

    Also, if he really believes this stuff, is he going to take any responsibility as the chief executive of the state? After all this happened on his watch, and it’s not like BLM hasn’t been in the news for several years. Why hasn’t he “solved” this problem?

    • Agree: Ben tillman
  33. @Anon
    So another uncooperative black criminal gets shot, and the governor immediately blames racism I.e. throws the cops under the bus. No mention by him of why the cops needed to pull the trigger on the criminal. Inasmuch as there is an endless supply of such criminals, I guess the cycle of Crime/Police-Intervention/Riot/Rinse-and-Repeat will continue. What is the end goal, total decriminalization of black crime?
    (Politically, riots in WI might help Trump. The best reason to vote Trump is to punish the Dems for being pro-riot).

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @DextersLabRat, @SMK

    So another uncooperative black criminal gets shot, and the governor immediately blames racism I.e. throws the cops under the bus.

    Maybe cops – all cops – should start telling mayors and governors “You know, Sir, I feel a touch of the COVID coming on. You’ll just have to be your own bodyguard for the next few weeks.”

    • LOL: Hibernian
  34. @wren
    Lots of context here, as of right now:

    https://www.twitter.com/HurricaneLucid

    Sounds like he is a convicted rapist with a warrant out for his arrest for rape. The police were called to that address because he was abusing his girlfriend.

    He refused to stop moving and appeared to be reaching for a gun when he was shot. It also appears that he was not unarmed, and was holding a gun, or something that looked like a gun

    He's okay as of now, and not dead.

    Or maybe all of this info is wrong.

    Hopefully the police release the bodycam video before Wisconsin falls.

    That would be a bummer.

    Replies: @Altai, @Barnard, @Anonymous

    Between the 2000 and 2010 census the proportion of the population that is classed as ‘African-American’ went up from 7.68 to 10 percent. Is that from Somalis? Or was there a migration of actual African-Americans from someplace else?

    Wikipedia seems impressed with “The 2010 census reported that the city’s population were mainly newcomers, with 51 percent of Kenosha residents having moved from other cities and states.”

    Which seems like an effective population replacement but I wonder if ‘Other cities’ makes up the bulk of this and these are just people living in and around Kenosha moving there for employment.

    • Replies: @wren
    @Altai

    It doesn't look like that many Somalians directly move to Wisconsin, as of a few years ago.

    https://www.wiscontext.org/refugee-resettlement-wisconsin-numbers

    I spent many summers on the shore of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin when I was young.

    Paradise.

    Winter, maybe not.

    Replies: @profnasty, @Reg Cæsar

    , @Anonymous
    @Altai

    The increase in WI is from blacks moving from IL. The difference in safety between Chicago and Kenosha is pretty stark.

    Replies: @Redman

    , @Larry, San Francisco
    @Altai

    It was probably a function of the bull dozing of public housing in Chicago during the period. I knew someone from Kankakee (which is about the same distance from Chicago as Kenosha in the other direction) who told me the city had become crime ridden in the last few years because of newcomers.

    , @ATBOTL
    @Altai

    The black population is growing fast relative to the white population. Only Hispanic and Asian immigration is keeping the national black population share from growing so fast. Areas with few immigrants are getting blacker rapidly. Around WWII, whites outnumbered blacks around around 8.5 to one. Today, whites outnumber blacks around 4.5 to one. That later number is actually lower because Middle Eastern people like Arabs, Iranians and Afghanis, whose population has grown rapidly in recent decades, are counted as white.

    Replies: @Eric Novak

  35. @Neo Morpheus
    @Colin Wright

    The plan is that hostile elites & billionaires are using BLM and antifa and such as weapons against regular patriotic America. The boil the frog slowly plan was supposed to come to its fruition with Hillary Clinton’s election. But the frog figured it out before it was too late. We nominated Donald Trump against the best efforts of Conservative Inc., we elected Trump President against the best efforts of the aforementioned elites & billionaires and their media sheep and useful idiots, and we will be re-electing Emperor Trump in November.

    The riots and idiocy are a sign of weakness not strength. And this will all be put down in due time. Trust the plan. Where we go one we go all.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @SunBakedSuburb

    The riots and idiocy are a sign of weakness not strength. And this will all be put down in due time. Trust the plan. Where we go one we go all.

    Q is a character in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

    He isn’t real, despite what some idiots think.

    • Replies: @mousey
    @Mr. Anon

    Q is originally a reputed source for much of the bible. There have been many discussions about this in the theological arena (for and against). The Star Trek character's name Q was derived from this legend.

    Replies: @FPD72

    , @DextersLabRat
    @Mr. Anon

    Star Trek sucks. All of it, TV shows and movies. There's a reason no one cares about it outside of America, without the media hype and nerd hype of how 'iconic' it is, it's unwatchable.

  36. “Sure, officer, happy to cooperate. How can I help?”

    How hard is this to learn, early in life? How hard can it be, to teach these simple words?

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @PiltdownMan

    That's what I can't understand. I suppose it's genetic. People like the guy who got shot would probably say if they saw a white guy being arrested, "Gee, I can't believe how he just rolls over when the cops tell him what to do".

  37. Sir John Glubb would say America is simply in the decline phase, features of which include frivolity, decadence, a love of money instead of duty, an excessive reverence for celebrities, a reliance on cleverness without unselfishness and self-dedication, influx of foreigners, the welfare state and surprisingly, the rise of “intellect” over action. Glubb also says that we can no more stop the rise and fall of civilizations than we can the change of seasons. Indeed, all we can do is ‘weather it’ by understanding it, mitigating its excesses, and, most important of all, see the long and broad view.

    • Agree: Mark G.
  38. @Anonymous
    Shouldn’t the initial non-contextual video of the act in question be posted?

    https://twitter.com/davenewworld_2/status/1297698630875385856?s=20

    Replies: @Altai, @utu, @Jon, @Bugg, @jon

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn’t seem to involve herself in the final confrontation. It should never have been allowed to get to that point, that’s crazy. They let him go all the way into his car to retrieve what they assumed was a weapon. Or maybe they wanted him to give them cause? Maybe they weren’t confident about a physical take-down because they thought other people might intervene.

    Maybe the old rules about height restrictions for police were a good idea. Those officers weren’t confident about restraining the suspect, even with two of them and the guy assumed they weren’t prepared to use their weapons. But then, after all this, I don’t think they’ll ever be able to be so picky with police again.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    @Altai

    You actually think that it's a good idea for police to go to the mat (asphalt) with every blowby-spawned dirtbag out there? And risk getting bitten and infected with who knows what? An eye poked out? Fingers bent back and broken? Damaged kneecaps?

    Why would any human being owe it to another human being to put themselves at risk in their dealings with that other human being?

    , @Thoughts
    @Altai

    It's not fair to ask cops to jump a guy who can punch them in the head

    , @Neo Morpheus
    @Altai

    “I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn’t seem to involve herself in the final confrontation.”

    The suspect had pulled out a curved switchblade.

    Replies: @Bubba

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Altai

    Do cops not read the papers? Watch the news? I'm surprised that any cops, in this the Summer of George, would even bother to really take a call like that seriously. A domestic dispute in the Hood? Why didn't they just show up, look around, say "Here's a number to call for counselling. You all have a nice day.", and then leave.

    , @Anonymous Jew
    @Altai

    Reminds me of the argument that we should go back to the old non-PC days of an all male police force with large and physical individuals that are not afraid to throw their weight around. (Of course now it may be difficult to find any decent person with a 100+ IQ that wants to be a LEO).

    I’m really surprised the officer opened fire considering the political climate. I know the adrenaline is flowing and it’s hard to calculate actions, but maybe he should have waited for the perp to actually grab a weapon. I can’t determine if the officer was right or wrong, but instead trying to look at it from the officer’s perspective knowing I probably don’t want to be the next Derek Chauvin.

    On another note, I’m kind of surprised no LEO has gone postal. They’ve remained incredibly professional despite being figuratively and literally spit on and abused all while carrying loaded weapons.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    , @SteveRogers42
    @Altai

    You would be surprised to know how little training police get in what is euphemistically known as "defensive tactics" (what most people would refer to as "fighting techniques") . Police administrators would much rather have a cop get killed through ineptitude than risk him having skills that might injure a suspect in the course of an arrest-and-control situation. In most departments there is not even any ongoing physical fitness qualifying standard after a rookie is out of the Academy.

    In all fairness, police unions exacerbate this situation by terming any proposal for improved/increased training as "a change of working conditions" that requires a concomitant pay raise, which of course shuts down any reform attempt.

    Good catch regarding the female officer. Approximately 25% of any given PD is composed of women, and the overwhelming majority are both unable and unwilling to engage in any sort of combat. The height restrictions were abolished so as to enable the creation of PDs that "look more like America", and various things like the Academy obstacle course were removed so as to make the physical feebleness of the females less obvious.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    , @Anonymousse
    @Altai

    Yeah they should have just used a choke hold like with Garner, or a nonviolent restraint position, like with Floyd, or used a taser like with Rashard Brooks, or maybe pain compliance like with Rodney King.

    Are you actually serious right now?

    , @Anonymous
    @Altai



    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then.
     
    When a police officer has his gun drawn and pointing at you, that's probably a good time to start paying attention to him.

    This guy decided to ignore a small group of cops instead and, not surprisingly, got shot.

    The Wisconsin taxpayers must be thrilled about footing this twat's medical bills. No doubt he'll be back on the street soon so he can try it on all over again.
  39. @Anonymous
    Shouldn’t the initial non-contextual video of the act in question be posted?

    https://twitter.com/davenewworld_2/status/1297698630875385856?s=20

    Replies: @Altai, @utu, @Jon, @Bugg, @jon

    This is how the cop who shot 7 times in the back should be handle by his police department if they had a honor code.

    • Disagree: sayless
    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @utu

    No, but this is how the community that tolerated that shot scumbag should have dealt with him before the police were forced to intervene in one of his peace disturbances.

    , @bomag
    @utu


    ...if they had a honor code
     
    And do you expect all those on the other side with a precious Black Life to have an equally stringent honor code?
    , @sayless
    @utu

    Annoying comment.

    That was a good movie. Fabulous acting by Klaus Maria Rainer.

  40. The Democrats are clearly worried about low black turnout, not sure this is a winning strategy, then again Soros is clearly an accelerationist and is playing a long game to smite the White folks. Wisconsin is a must hold for Trump.

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
    @LondonBob

    An accelerationist is someone who believes that the best cure for leftism is ultimate leftism, that leftist policies always lead to societal destruction in the end. That it must all be destroyed first in order for the right to be able to rebuild a new society from the ashes. In other words, give them enough rope to hang themselves.

    Soros is just another Jew who hates Whites, but he's in a position to do something about it.

  41. @Altai
    @wren

    Between the 2000 and 2010 census the proportion of the population that is classed as 'African-American' went up from 7.68 to 10 percent. Is that from Somalis? Or was there a migration of actual African-Americans from someplace else?

    Wikipedia seems impressed with "The 2010 census reported that the city's population were mainly newcomers, with 51 percent of Kenosha residents having moved from other cities and states."

    Which seems like an effective population replacement but I wonder if 'Other cities' makes up the bulk of this and these are just people living in and around Kenosha moving there for employment.

    Replies: @wren, @Anonymous, @Larry, San Francisco, @ATBOTL

    It doesn’t look like that many Somalians directly move to Wisconsin, as of a few years ago.

    https://www.wiscontext.org/refugee-resettlement-wisconsin-numbers

    I spent many summers on the shore of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin when I was young.

    Paradise.

    Winter, maybe not.

    • Replies: @profnasty
    @wren

    "Somalis move to Wisconsin." Say it again and again.
    ROTFL!!! Is it any wonder US' death is accelerating?
    The tunnel is painted on the side of the mountain.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @wren

    It doesn’t look like that many Somalians directly move to Wisconsin, as of a few years ago.
     She may be Somali-- there are a million or two in Ethiopia-- but she's not "Somalian". That'd be someone from that particular state. Or "state".

    I'd like to know if she is a refugee, and if so, from what? Minorities are looked down upon in Ethiopia, but how "oppressed" are they? At any rate, she has an American accent, and was either born here or came young.

    She's certainly got the female entitlement. Women have been voting in Colorado since 1893, the second state* to allow it.

    East African women are a fiery bunch, particularly Somalis, but, like Asians, they generally don't confront their men head-on. They'll take on somebody else.


    *Utah already did, too, but wasn't a state until 1896. In fact, Utah's women voted before Wyoming's, due to the timing of their elections. New Jersey's suffrage was accidental, less than universal, and short-lived, so that doesn't count.

    Replies: @wren

  42. … turned up a black handgun ….

    Black guns matter?

    Crap ! Does this mean I’m guilty of cultural appropriation if my Glock is black?

  43. Best comment on the video:

    “Wow…”

  44. • LOL: bomag
  45. @Altai
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kemivUKb4f4

    Remember when 'Kenosha, Wisconsin' was such a byword for nice, happy, maybe even dull small city that the joke in the Weezer Buddy Holly, Happy Days video was that their fictional band was from Kenosha.

    Tony Evers is old enough to remember.

    Replies: @BB753, @profnasty

    “That 70s Show” was also set in small town Wisconsin.

  46. Wow!

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    @Anonymous

    So a couple of white folks, standing on their own property, the man simply holding a rifle and the woman a pistol, not waving them around or threatening anybody, while a parade of black outsiders threaten and abuse them verbally, are arrested and charged with brandishing and god knows what, while this video shows a guy threatening the police and they tuck their tails and run.

    I don't think that we can trust the police to hold their sector of the battle line.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    , @Altai
    @Anonymous

    The guy with the long black hair in the red with the assault rifle seems to fire a couple of rounds at the police vehicle (The videographer turns towards them after sounds that seem like gunfire), the guy beside him with a gun too may have also fired.

  47. Very sad that the protests have come to Kenosha (my hometown) and I’m in the PRC. I would gladly join BLM in burning down all the Protestant churches. Ah well. Regards from the ‘Guo, Steve.

  48. The basic difference between blacks and whites is that, if a white no-good low-life criminal gets shot by the police, whites in general think “good riddance” or just ignore it.

    But if a black no-good low-life criminal gets shot by the police, blacks erupt in anger and violence as if he was some kind of model citizen.

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force, interfering with their “business” (drug deals, robberies, prostitution, etc).

    Whites like order. Blacks, not so much.

    • Agree: Bert, Brutusale
    • Replies: @Neo Morpheus
    @Dumbo

    We have a winner

    , @anon
    @Dumbo

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force, interfering with their “business” (drug deals, robberies, prostitution, etc).

    Black Americans are tribal. Offending one member of the tribe offends all of them.
    White Americans are individuals. Offending one doesn't affect others.

    Plus, of course, any white American standing up for the interests of other white Americans is automatically deemed a "racist", therefore easily isolated and suppressed. This is why we cannot have certain nice things anymore.

    White Americans are going to become tribal. Then some more nice things will go away.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Cloudbuster

    , @Arclight
    @Dumbo

    Yes and no. The more disorderly type will keen and wail over the oppression of police enforcing the law, but the older blacks who own property will shrug their shoulders at it. I used to live in a nearly all black DC neighborhood and whenever some aspiring rapper or what not was blown away, the general attitude of my older black neighbors was that we're all better off without him.

    The bigger problem is that these older neighbors - working class, homeowners, mostly married - are culturally pretty removed from the kids in their teens and 20s and have almost no sway over them. The generation that followed them (often their own kids) are the ones in which out of wedlock births became the norm and the advent of a bunch of local social programs (teen jobs program, subsidies for parents of 'disabled' students, subsidies for grandparents raising grandchildren) took personal responsibility and agency right out of the equation. The old timers would lament the fact that nearly all of the manual laborers you could see doing construction were now Latino when those used to be jobs held by black men, but they all admitted the Latinos were way harder working and they couldn't blame anyone for preferring to hire them.

    , @DextersLabRat
    @Dumbo

    They also see the police as a white institution. If the vast majority of police were black, I don't think whites would be as condoning of white criminals getting shot.

    Replies: @Dumbo

  49. @PiltdownMan
    "Sure, officer, happy to cooperate. How can I help?"

    How hard is this to learn, early in life? How hard can it be, to teach these simple words?

    Replies: @Rob McX

    That’s what I can’t understand. I suppose it’s genetic. People like the guy who got shot would probably say if they saw a white guy being arrested, “Gee, I can’t believe how he just rolls over when the cops tell him what to do”.

  50. @Colin Wright
    @prosa123

    'Factoid: much of the human hair sold for use in weaves, as mentioned in your 2016 article, comes from concentration camp prisoners in China.'

    That wouldn't bother blacks. They hate Asians even more than they hate everyone else.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @SunBakedSuburb, @stat in the hat

    Collective punishment works. It’s used in public schools and in the military. Recently, it’s been applied to white people.

    After Dylann Roof committed his horrific hate crime, it was discovered he had a picture of himself with a Confederate battle flag. As a result, whites were told, “No more Confederate stuff for you. No Confederate flag license plates, no statues of Confederate generals, no nothing. You’ve been bad and y’all must pay.”

    But when a black does something monstrous like Micah Xavier Johnson did in Dallas in 2016, killing five police officers and wounding nine others, there is no such response. Blacks don’t have to learn a collective lesson. Now blacks are burning and looting again. I was thinking that banning expensive sneakers or the use of the n-word in rap music would be an appropriate punishment, but now I think the best thing would be banning the importation of weaves. We could say, “No more rioting for five years and you’ll get your weaves back. But even one little riot and the timer goes back to the start again.”

    Bad hair. What else could incentivize black women to keep their men in check?

    • LOL: Cortes
  51. While police were at the hospital with Blake so he could be treated for the wound he obtained from K9 Dozer

    That’s my favorite part of every news story that involves a police dog.

  52. I feel it needs to be mentioned that Kenosha Country Club is excellent, a classic Donald Ross on somewhat severe land (lots of hilltop greens). They have been removing trees in recent years.

  53. @Anonymous
    Shouldn’t the initial non-contextual video of the act in question be posted?

    https://twitter.com/davenewworld_2/status/1297698630875385856?s=20

    Replies: @Altai, @utu, @Jon, @Bugg, @jon

    Is there anywhere online that gives more context for this?
    He just appears on camera – was he in the car? On the ground? And why were three cops already standing around him, guns ready?
    Then you hear “put it down” numerous times as he walks around the car, but it sounds like it’s coming from the crowd. Are they yelling at him or the cops? I can’t tell if he is carrying anything.
    Finally, you hear “drop the gun” – this sounds more like the cops. Did they find a gun in the car?
    Regardless, I’ve gotten to the point where I just don’t give a shit one way or the other if the shooting was justified.

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @Jon

    Crazy man on drugs again, likely. As RSM says, "Crazy people are dangerous."
    Did you see this one? Makes sense to me:

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2020/08/democrats-killed-cannon-hinnant-and-george-floyd-daniel-greenfield/

    "The unhappy truth is that Cannon Hinnant is dead because his killer wasn’t in jail. And George Floyd is dead and a nation is on fire because he wasn’t safely tucked away in prison."

    , @Lurker
    @Jon


    Did they find a gun in the car?
     
    Yes. Behind the driver's seat.

    Replies: @Jane Plain

  54. Anon[208] • Disclaimer says:

    A classic example of the black “I don’t feel like being arrested today, thank you” shtick. This accounts for most cop shootings of black men.

    Two cops with guns were telling him to stop, but … nah, I’ll just go and try to get in my car, concealing my hands …. The proper thing for the cops would have been to run away. After all, after the young man pulls out a gun from his car, there’s no way he’s going to catch up with fleeing white cops. Right?

  55. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn't seem to involve herself in the final confrontation. It should never have been allowed to get to that point, that's crazy. They let him go all the way into his car to retrieve what they assumed was a weapon. Or maybe they wanted him to give them cause? Maybe they weren't confident about a physical take-down because they thought other people might intervene.

    Maybe the old rules about height restrictions for police were a good idea. Those officers weren't confident about restraining the suspect, even with two of them and the guy assumed they weren't prepared to use their weapons. But then, after all this, I don't think they'll ever be able to be so picky with police again.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Thoughts, @Neo Morpheus, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous Jew, @SteveRogers42, @Anonymousse, @Anonymous

    You actually think that it’s a good idea for police to go to the mat (asphalt) with every blowby-spawned dirtbag out there? And risk getting bitten and infected with who knows what? An eye poked out? Fingers bent back and broken? Damaged kneecaps?

    Why would any human being owe it to another human being to put themselves at risk in their dealings with that other human being?

    • Agree: Lot, JMcG
  56. The Democrats are proving unfit for office.

    How long will people allow such nonsense to continue?

    Its obvious that they are just riling up blacks to try to intimidate voters.

    I expect the reverse effect. The D-Party is about to have a bad year.

    The GOPe dopes are too stupid to capitalize on this.

    However, Donald Trump is more blunt and liable to do something.

    These riots will not have soccer moms voting like blacks, I’d expect.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Dr. Doom


    How long will people allow such nonsense to continue?
     
    I wish I could share your optimism that:

    1) The electorate is intelligent enough to understand what is being done to them.

    2) The DNC-CCP are not going to engage in enormous amounts of voting fraud to tilt the election results their way and endless lawfare in any regions that are narrow Trump wins.
  57. anon[220] • Disclaimer says:

    Here’s a posting on Saturday on that Unitarian-Universalist church’s Facebook page:

    Something about the fact that an ordained minister was posting idiotic cat memes about how we shouldn’t have free speech because Leslie Jones says so upset me in a fairly deep way. I know it was just a U-U minister, but still. Maybe it’s the way our society is no longer capable of carrying on an adult conversation. Maybe it just brings back memories of 2016, when the entertainment media kept trying to shove Leslie Jones down America’s collective throat.

    I don’t know, but I’m sure it’s going to pop into my head every so often for a while.

    All I can say for sure is that the cat deserves better than to be recruited for this stupid woman’s virtue signal. The cat didn’t do anything wrong, but for the rest of its life, that picture is going to be what people associate with it. It took a lot of people doing a lot of really awful things to get to this point, where female ministers in church are quoting Leslie Jones about hate speech, but the cat is the only one involved who is completely innocent.

    • Replies: @Ben tillman
    @anon

    Who is Leslie Jones?

    Replies: @tyrone, @Harry Baldwin, @Neuday, @anon, @SteveRogers42

    , @Bubba
    @anon


    "...when the entertainment media kept trying to shove Leslie Jones down America’s collective throat."
     
    Just like Amy Schumer and the other one who looks like the late Amy Winehouse. Comedy is dead.
    , @Richard S
    @anon


    I know it was just a U-U minister, but still
     
    Lol that reminds me of a conversation I had once with my dear old mother. She was watching something about a Church of England saint and I asked

    “Oh, she was a Christian martyr?”

    “Well, Protestant” my mother corrected me.
  58. There was something sad/pathetic about what happened to George Floyd

    But this dude was just full on acting like the law didn’t apply to him

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Thoughts

    'There was something sad/pathetic about what happened to George Floyd

    But this dude was just full on acting like the law didn’t apply to him'

    ...and he had behaved that way before.

    He's really a microcosm of why blacks get shot so often by the police.

    They persistently behave in ways that make it more likely they will get shot by the police.

    It's really not very complicated.

    Replies: @Redman

    , @Bubba
    @Thoughts


    "There was something sad/pathetic about what happened to George Floyd"
     
    Not sad, but pathetic. He swallowed a fatal amount of fentanyl during the confrontation with police and that was after he shoved a fatal amount of fentanyl up his rectum (“I was hoopin’ earlier.” said Mr. Floyd during his arrest).

    So what, over 30,000 people die a year from synthetic opiod (fentanyl is one of them) abuse. Do they all get a gold casket now?
  59. The new slogan:

    “Burn for Biden”

    We stand with all those who have and continue to demand justice, equity, and accountability for Black lives in our country—lives like those of George Floyd, of Breonna Taylor, Tony Robinson, Dontre Hamilton, Ernest Lacy, and Sylville Smith.

    Do they have ready-made lists of people, some of which are worst hoodlums, whose regular encounter with police went badly? Do they have an intern trawl Wikipedia for suitable victim status signal lights? Inquiring minds want to know.

    • Replies: @RVBlake
    @El Dato

    He forgot the totally innocent guy who was shot and killed while peacefully jogging through a White neighborhood in Brunswick, Georgia a while back. Never bother with the names, just remember the incident 'cause I've been to Brunswick.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix

    , @Harry Baldwin
    @El Dato

    These are people who couldn't name the sitting Vice President but can tell you how many bullets hit Amadou Diallou in 1999 or what Sean Bell was doing before he was shot in 2006. This is one culturally biased intelligence test that blacks might win.

  60. @prosa123
    Factoid: much of the human hair sold for use in weaves, as mentioned in your 2016 article, comes from concentration camp prisoners in China.

    Replies: @Neo Morpheus, @Colin Wright, @El Dato

    I think it comes from India?

  61. @Colin Wright
    I'm getting the distinct impression that somehow, we've all wound up in an insane asylum where the worst of the inmates are posing as the warders.

    How can the governor of a state seriously say something like this? Aside from the detail that it's simply not true, doesn't he realize the extent to which it will add to the mayhem and destruction?

    Blacks really were bad enough already. Egging them on with invented pretexts for even more extravagant displays of violence really is some form of deliberate social sabotage.

    What's the plan here? It's all so nonsensical it starts making one vaguely consider the possible merits of all the successive conspiracy theories. Maybe one of them is true; what else could explain all this?

    God help us. I feel like stocking up on canned goods and buying more ammunition. I do not like wherever it is this particular choo-choo is going.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @Neo Morpheus, @vhrm, @Stephen Paul Foster, @Authenticjazzman, @Whiskey, @Negrolphin Pool

    “[D]doesn’t he realize the extent to which it will add to the mayhem and destruction?”

    He most certainly does “realize” the terror he is helping to unleash. Tony is operating with the Leninist dictum “the worst, the better.” This is “race-Bolshevism” and it’s going to get a whole lot worse after November — reparations, hate-speech (goodbye 1st and 2nd amendments), flooding of third world folks to finish off white states like Maine. And, goodbye Electoral College, hello plebiscitary “democracy” where the rabble get to take whatever the Soros, et al permit.

  62. @Anonymous
    Wow!

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1297770791891656706?s=20

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Altai

    So a couple of white folks, standing on their own property, the man simply holding a rifle and the woman a pistol, not waving them around or threatening anybody, while a parade of black outsiders threaten and abuse them verbally, are arrested and charged with brandishing and god knows what, while this video shows a guy threatening the police and they tuck their tails and run.

    I don’t think that we can trust the police to hold their sector of the battle line.

    • Replies: @SteveRogers42
    @ThreeCranes

    Modern police are not selected on the basis of demonstrated comfort with combative situations, and once hired, they receive neither the quality nor the quantity of training that would turn them into effective combatants. To the various mayors, city councilmen and chiefs of police, this is a feature, not a bug.

    In a genuine SHTF situation, roughly 75% of any given PD become non-combatants.

    Replies: @Anonymousse

  63. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn't seem to involve herself in the final confrontation. It should never have been allowed to get to that point, that's crazy. They let him go all the way into his car to retrieve what they assumed was a weapon. Or maybe they wanted him to give them cause? Maybe they weren't confident about a physical take-down because they thought other people might intervene.

    Maybe the old rules about height restrictions for police were a good idea. Those officers weren't confident about restraining the suspect, even with two of them and the guy assumed they weren't prepared to use their weapons. But then, after all this, I don't think they'll ever be able to be so picky with police again.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Thoughts, @Neo Morpheus, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous Jew, @SteveRogers42, @Anonymousse, @Anonymous

    It’s not fair to ask cops to jump a guy who can punch them in the head

  64. Hometown of Badger and Baltimore Colts great Alan “the Horse” Ameche.

  65. Here’s a posting on Saturday on that Unitarian-Universalist church’s Facebook page:

    I suppose it’s better the leftist radicals burn their own churches, than the alternative.

    Maybe videos of cops shooting black suspects should be censored from social and traditional media for 24 hours. Give time to call up police or national guard reinforcements, have political leaders and police chiefs hold press conferences, etc.

    ~Dave Pinsen.

    No no! Mustn’t infringe on the soulless megacorps’ “right” to indoctrinate the masses however the Hell they want – it might interfere with their trampling of the American people’s ability to speak freely.

    If Blake had shot Dozer, all the NWA ladies (Nice White Allies) would be sympathizing with the dog rather than the black dude.

    ~Mr. Anon

    Funny, but wrong. They’d sympathize with whomever the judenpresse told them to. It’s tempting to assign more agency to the NPCs, and less to the judenpresse, but if the latter told the former to cry for the bleg and snarl at the dog, they would.

    Maybe cops – all cops – should start telling mayors and governors “You know, Sir, I feel a touch of the COVID coming on. You’ll just have to be your own bodyguard for the next few weeks.”

    Or just the huwhite cops. It would be very useful to have “our” “leaders” surrounded by bleg goons, and only bleg goons, 24/7. (I’ve also made comments here, years ago, about how I’d love to see nothing but blegs on (((teevee)))) But I suspect we’ll have to settle for a steady and obvious decline in the human quality of regime-enforcers. Which is still a good thing; illegitimate regimes should have low-quality people enforcing them (antifa are ideally suited here).

    Sir John Glubb would say America is simply in the decline phase, features of which include frivolity, decadence, a love of money instead of duty, an excessive reverence for celebrities, a reliance on cleverness without unselfishness and self-dedication, influx of foreigners, the welfare state and surprisingly, the rise of “intellect” over action. Glubb also says that we can no more stop the rise and fall of civilizations than we can the change of seasons. Indeed, all we can do is ‘weather it’ by understanding it, mitigating its excesses, and, most important of all, see the long and broad view.

    ~LondonBob

    Anyone got a reading list on this topic? I’m interested to know if there’s some decent science on the subject, or if it’s all the usual just-so crap common in the “study” of history.

    The Democrats are clearly worried about low black turnout, not sure this is a winning strategy, then again Soros is clearly an accelerationist and is playing a long game to smite the White folks. Wisconsin is a must hold for Trump.

    ~LondonBob

    Trump’s going to lose.

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force

    ~Dumbo

    Blegs are closer to right on this than Whites are.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Svigor

    https://www.unz.com/akarlin/tainter-collapse-of-complex-societies/

    , @Authenticjazzman
    @Svigor

    "Trumps going to lose"

    No he is not, and furthermore you can go screw yourself, you Democrat moron.

    AJM

    Replies: @Lurker, @sayless

  66. @Anonymous
    Shouldn’t the initial non-contextual video of the act in question be posted?

    https://twitter.com/davenewworld_2/status/1297698630875385856?s=20

    Replies: @Altai, @utu, @Jon, @Bugg, @jon

    911 call mentions subject was possibly armed. Subject is not complying with lawful orders and reaching into a car. And a gun was in fact recovered from the car. Are the cops supposed to wait until he shoots them?

    How hard is it to simply comply with the cops. In most jurisdictions thanks to liberal morons nobody goes to jail anyway. He would have been home before the cops.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Bugg

    There was no other solution than to shoot him in ze back.

    - You don't want to approach if he has a knife (minimum distance 21 feet, that's more than a COVID distance)
    - You don't want him to reach into the car to get a gun
    - He does anyway
    - Adios

    , @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @Bugg


    911 call mentions subject was possibly armed. Subject is not complying with lawful orders and reaching into a car. And a gun was in fact recovered from the car. Are the cops supposed to wait until he shoots them?
     
    The people whom I absolutely cannot stand with regard to this issue are the comfortable whites who have no real program for affecting lawful arrests and reducing the already small number of blacks killed in police interactions. What they seem to want is not to be bothered by the blood and bone aspects of policing - they want the lower status "blue collar" police to just "take care of things" without being disturbed by the effects of the use of force in furtherance of their own safety. Their general disposition to law enforcement is that they're essentially trash men, and no one wants to hear about the trash once they've taken it to the curb to be disposed of.

    I have no doubt that deep in the recesses of their hindbrains they feel that all would perhaps be better off if the cops just knew their places and sacrificed their own lives more often for the sake of racial peace.
    , @danand
    @Bugg


    “And a gun was in fact recovered from the car. Are the cops supposed to wait until he shoots them?”
     
    Bugg, also three children in the vehicle. Were the officers just to let him drive off with kids in tow?

    He had already been hit with a stun gun, didn’t seem to make him take pause. In any event, as many have stated, it’s not like an AA father was/is any longer expected to possess agency.

    This riot following member of the “press”, CJ of Seattle (lower left), has been driving across the country following the post Floyd events. Hard to know if his coverage has “inadvertently” added to riot incitement or not; but last night he did his best, at significant personal risk, to save this church from burning down:

    https://flic.kr/p/2jzDJsb
  67. @Dumbo
    The basic difference between blacks and whites is that, if a white no-good low-life criminal gets shot by the police, whites in general think "good riddance" or just ignore it.

    But if a black no-good low-life criminal gets shot by the police, blacks erupt in anger and violence as if he was some kind of model citizen.

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force, interfering with their "business" (drug deals, robberies, prostitution, etc).

    Whites like order. Blacks, not so much.

    Replies: @Neo Morpheus, @anon, @Arclight, @DextersLabRat

    We have a winner

  68. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn't seem to involve herself in the final confrontation. It should never have been allowed to get to that point, that's crazy. They let him go all the way into his car to retrieve what they assumed was a weapon. Or maybe they wanted him to give them cause? Maybe they weren't confident about a physical take-down because they thought other people might intervene.

    Maybe the old rules about height restrictions for police were a good idea. Those officers weren't confident about restraining the suspect, even with two of them and the guy assumed they weren't prepared to use their weapons. But then, after all this, I don't think they'll ever be able to be so picky with police again.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Thoughts, @Neo Morpheus, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous Jew, @SteveRogers42, @Anonymousse, @Anonymous

    “I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn’t seem to involve herself in the final confrontation.”

    The suspect had pulled out a curved switchblade.

    • Replies: @Bubba
    @Neo Morpheus

    And a gun was in the car.

  69. While we do not have all of the details yet, what we know for certain is that he is not the first Black man or person to have been shot or injured or mercilessly killed at the hands of individuals in law enforcement in our state or our country.

    IOW, we don’t know what happened, but something bad happened elsewhere at some other time, so party. This is the worthless tool which Wisconsin’s stupid electorate thought should replace Scott Walker.

    NB, given Kenosha County’s demographics, it’s a reasonable wager the Kenosha ‘hood is about 5 blocks by 5 blocks and has a population of about 6,000.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
    @Art Deco

    Kenosha is quite White. Nearby Racine is not, at least for Wisconsin. Worse for Kenosha -- the Racine ghetto directly abuts some of the nicer new developments in North Kenosha surrounding the two Universities -- UW Parkside & Carthage College. The ghetto itself is quite large and spread out, like most of the Milwaukee-style projects are, surrounded by rows of subsidized housing. There's also a fleet of public buses that drive along 27th Avenue that deposit blacks and Africanized Whites (Poles, mostly) into Goodwhite central shopping districts surrounded by university students and Reagan Democrats who earn north of 150k a year.

    Replies: @Art Deco, @Eric Novak

  70. @Svigor

    Here’s a posting on Saturday on that Unitarian-Universalist church’s Facebook page:
     
    I suppose it's better the leftist radicals burn their own churches, than the alternative.

    Maybe videos of cops shooting black suspects should be censored from social and traditional media for 24 hours. Give time to call up police or national guard reinforcements, have political leaders and police chiefs hold press conferences, etc.
     
    ~Dave Pinsen.

    No no! Mustn't infringe on the soulless megacorps' "right" to indoctrinate the masses however the Hell they want - it might interfere with their trampling of the American people's ability to speak freely.

    If Blake had shot Dozer, all the NWA ladies (Nice White Allies) would be sympathizing with the dog rather than the black dude.
     
    ~Mr. Anon

    Funny, but wrong. They'd sympathize with whomever the judenpresse told them to. It's tempting to assign more agency to the NPCs, and less to the judenpresse, but if the latter told the former to cry for the bleg and snarl at the dog, they would.

    Maybe cops – all cops – should start telling mayors and governors “You know, Sir, I feel a touch of the COVID coming on. You’ll just have to be your own bodyguard for the next few weeks.”
     
    Or just the huwhite cops. It would be very useful to have "our" "leaders" surrounded by bleg goons, and only bleg goons, 24/7. (I've also made comments here, years ago, about how I'd love to see nothing but blegs on (((teevee)))) But I suspect we'll have to settle for a steady and obvious decline in the human quality of regime-enforcers. Which is still a good thing; illegitimate regimes should have low-quality people enforcing them (antifa are ideally suited here).

    Sir John Glubb would say America is simply in the decline phase, features of which include frivolity, decadence, a love of money instead of duty, an excessive reverence for celebrities, a reliance on cleverness without unselfishness and self-dedication, influx of foreigners, the welfare state and surprisingly, the rise of “intellect” over action. Glubb also says that we can no more stop the rise and fall of civilizations than we can the change of seasons. Indeed, all we can do is ‘weather it’ by understanding it, mitigating its excesses, and, most important of all, see the long and broad view.
     
    ~LondonBob

    Anyone got a reading list on this topic? I'm interested to know if there's some decent science on the subject, or if it's all the usual just-so crap common in the "study" of history.

    The Democrats are clearly worried about low black turnout, not sure this is a winning strategy, then again Soros is clearly an accelerationist and is playing a long game to smite the White folks. Wisconsin is a must hold for Trump.
     
    ~LondonBob

    Trump's going to lose.

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force
     
    ~Dumbo

    Blegs are closer to right on this than Whites are.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Authenticjazzman

    • Thanks: Svigor
  71. @Bugg
    @Anonymous

    911 call mentions subject was possibly armed. Subject is not complying with lawful orders and reaching into a car. And a gun was in fact recovered from the car. Are the cops supposed to wait until he shoots them?

    How hard is it to simply comply with the cops. In most jurisdictions thanks to liberal morons nobody goes to jail anyway. He would have been home before the cops.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @danand

    There was no other solution than to shoot him in ze back.

    – You don’t want to approach if he has a knife (minimum distance 21 feet, that’s more than a COVID distance)
    – You don’t want him to reach into the car to get a gun
    – He does anyway
    – Adios

  72. I don’t know what the Unitarians are thinking but plenty of cats are just crazy about their Old Uncle A.

    http://www.catsthatlooklikehitler.com/cgi-bin/seigmiaow.pl

  73. @Jon
    @Anonymous

    Is there anywhere online that gives more context for this?
    He just appears on camera - was he in the car? On the ground? And why were three cops already standing around him, guns ready?
    Then you hear "put it down" numerous times as he walks around the car, but it sounds like it's coming from the crowd. Are they yelling at him or the cops? I can't tell if he is carrying anything.
    Finally, you hear "drop the gun" - this sounds more like the cops. Did they find a gun in the car?
    Regardless, I've gotten to the point where I just don't give a shit one way or the other if the shooting was justified.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Lurker

    Crazy man on drugs again, likely. As RSM says, “Crazy people are dangerous.”
    Did you see this one? Makes sense to me:

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2020/08/democrats-killed-cannon-hinnant-and-george-floyd-daniel-greenfield/

    “The unhappy truth is that Cannon Hinnant is dead because his killer wasn’t in jail. And George Floyd is dead and a nation is on fire because he wasn’t safely tucked away in prison.”

  74. @Mr. Anon
    @Neo Morpheus


    The riots and idiocy are a sign of weakness not strength. And this will all be put down in due time. Trust the plan. Where we go one we go all.
     
    Q is a character in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

    He isn't real, despite what some idiots think.

    Replies: @mousey, @DextersLabRat

    Q is originally a reputed source for much of the bible. There have been many discussions about this in the theological arena (for and against). The Star Trek character’s name Q was derived from this legend.

    • Replies: @FPD72
    @mousey


    Q is originally a reputed source for much of the bible. There have been many discussions about this in the theological arena (for and against). The Star Trek character’s name Q was derived from this legend.
     
    According to the Synoptic Source theory, Q was a common source document for Matthew and Luke but not Mark.
  75. anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:

    Don’t worry Steve, the Kenosha rioters/looters, oops I mean Peaceful Protesters will not be cheated out of their opportunities to score some free swag.

    What Kenosha, Racine and Milwaukee lack in terms of high end shopping districts is more than made up for in the outlet malls just over the Illinois border lining both sides of I-94 for 60 miles.

    BLM will have a great chance to stock up on some fine Wisconsin cheese and summer sausage to help them making it through the harsh winter while trapped in their now food deserts.

    Sadly local Antifa/Vegan ISIS will have a tougher time of it.

    • Replies: @Muggles
    @anonymous

    >>BLM will have a great chance to stock up on some fine Wisconsin cheese and summer sausage to help them making it through the harsh winter while trapped in their now food deserts.

    Sadly local Antifa/Vegan ISIS will have a tougher time of it.<<

    Very good!

    So for the "white allies" it will be kimchi and really hard, tough turnips all winter long. In Wisconsin no less.

    They'll have to bulk up before the Spring riot season.

  76. @Art Deco
    While we do not have all of the details yet, what we know for certain is that he is not the first Black man or person to have been shot or injured or mercilessly killed at the hands of individuals in law enforcement in our state or our country.

    IOW, we don't know what happened, but something bad happened elsewhere at some other time, so party. This is the worthless tool which Wisconsin's stupid electorate thought should replace Scott Walker.

    NB, given Kenosha County's demographics, it's a reasonable wager the Kenosha 'hood is about 5 blocks by 5 blocks and has a population of about 6,000.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

    Kenosha is quite White. Nearby Racine is not, at least for Wisconsin. Worse for Kenosha — the Racine ghetto directly abuts some of the nicer new developments in North Kenosha surrounding the two Universities — UW Parkside & Carthage College. The ghetto itself is quite large and spread out, like most of the Milwaukee-style projects are, surrounded by rows of subsidized housing. There’s also a fleet of public buses that drive along 27th Avenue that deposit blacks and Africanized Whites (Poles, mostly) into Goodwhite central shopping districts surrounded by university students and Reagan Democrats who earn north of 150k a year.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @Supply and Demand

    Kenosha is quite White. Nearby Racine is not, at least for Wisconsin.

    The two counties are each 10% black. I'd like a look at the Census tract data, but the Census Bureau has withdrawn the application that allows you to do that and replaced it with something that's dysfunctional. Your government at work.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand, @Johann Ricke

    , @Eric Novak
    @Supply and Demand

    Those Africanized whites elected the most conservative govt. in the Western World. In your exurb, the white teenage and young adult girls in high percentages are with black and brown boyfriends, a matchup that is only slightly less taboo in Chicago than it is in Warsaw.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

  77. Kenosha is close to the WI-IL border, so I suspect it has been used as AFFH dumping grounds from Chicago for some time.

    • Agree: Supply and Demand
    • Replies: @Barnard
    @countenance

    The Census Bureau puts Kenosha at 79.% white and 11.5% black. That is a pretty low percentage for this kind of rioting. I would guess a fair number made the trip from both Milwaukee and Chicago to participate.

    , @Jim Bob Lassiter
    @countenance

    Kenosha also used to be main plant location for the George Romney run American Motors Corp.

    Chrysler shut the Kenosha plant down in 2010 during one of many of its bankruptcies.

  78. @El Dato
    The new slogan:

    "Burn for Biden"

    We stand with all those who have and continue to demand justice, equity, and accountability for Black lives in our country—lives like those of George Floyd, of Breonna Taylor, Tony Robinson, Dontre Hamilton, Ernest Lacy, and Sylville Smith.

     

    Do they have ready-made lists of people, some of which are worst hoodlums, whose regular encounter with police went badly? Do they have an intern trawl Wikipedia for suitable victim status signal lights? Inquiring minds want to know.

    Replies: @RVBlake, @Harry Baldwin

    He forgot the totally innocent guy who was shot and killed while peacefully jogging through a White neighborhood in Brunswick, Georgia a while back. Never bother with the names, just remember the incident ’cause I’ve been to Brunswick.

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
    @RVBlake

    You mean the black burglar caught on video, who tried to wrestle a White man's rifle out of his hands and kill him with it? That "peaceful jogger"?

    Replies: @RVBlake

  79. @LondonBob
    The Democrats are clearly worried about low black turnout, not sure this is a winning strategy, then again Soros is clearly an accelerationist and is playing a long game to smite the White folks. Wisconsin is a must hold for Trump.

    Replies: @Johnny Smoggins

    An accelerationist is someone who believes that the best cure for leftism is ultimate leftism, that leftist policies always lead to societal destruction in the end. That it must all be destroyed first in order for the right to be able to rebuild a new society from the ashes. In other words, give them enough rope to hang themselves.

    Soros is just another Jew who hates Whites, but he’s in a position to do something about it.

  80. @wren
    Lots of context here, as of right now:

    https://www.twitter.com/HurricaneLucid

    Sounds like he is a convicted rapist with a warrant out for his arrest for rape. The police were called to that address because he was abusing his girlfriend.

    He refused to stop moving and appeared to be reaching for a gun when he was shot. It also appears that he was not unarmed, and was holding a gun, or something that looked like a gun

    He's okay as of now, and not dead.

    Or maybe all of this info is wrong.

    Hopefully the police release the bodycam video before Wisconsin falls.

    That would be a bummer.

    Replies: @Altai, @Barnard, @Anonymous

    Interesting that they have started attacking libraries. Do you think some antifa members read the old jokes about how the vibrant rioters never loot a library and wanted to change that? It could be just an attempt at widespread destruction too.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @Barnard

    Oh, no surprise that libraries are going to get torched -- the librarians may be nice woke ladies but much of the material was penned by evil white men

    Replies: @Ragno

  81. @countenance
    Kenosha is close to the WI-IL border, so I suspect it has been used as AFFH dumping grounds from Chicago for some time.

    Replies: @Barnard, @Jim Bob Lassiter

    The Census Bureau puts Kenosha at 79.% white and 11.5% black. That is a pretty low percentage for this kind of rioting. I would guess a fair number made the trip from both Milwaukee and Chicago to participate.

  82. Steve,

    Your hypothesis about Benjamin Crump will get another test. He is already representing the family in this. Does this means that it all goes sideways for the narrative or will this be the first time that what Benjamin Crump is shown to be correct on the details?

    • Replies: @Abolish_public_education
    @guest007

    I am so sick and tired of lawyers who earn big contingency fees off of suing the government.

    The taxpayers get screwed twice: First, for paying for some public service that they never wanted. Second, for paying damages to “victims” of said service.

    Replies: @guest007

  83. @Altai
    @wren

    Between the 2000 and 2010 census the proportion of the population that is classed as 'African-American' went up from 7.68 to 10 percent. Is that from Somalis? Or was there a migration of actual African-Americans from someplace else?

    Wikipedia seems impressed with "The 2010 census reported that the city's population were mainly newcomers, with 51 percent of Kenosha residents having moved from other cities and states."

    Which seems like an effective population replacement but I wonder if 'Other cities' makes up the bulk of this and these are just people living in and around Kenosha moving there for employment.

    Replies: @wren, @Anonymous, @Larry, San Francisco, @ATBOTL

    The increase in WI is from blacks moving from IL. The difference in safety between Chicago and Kenosha is pretty stark.

    • Replies: @Redman
    @Anonymous

    Maybe for now. Check back in a few years.

  84. “explaining why Wisconsin (and Minnesota) tend to have blacks more dysfunctional than the national black average.”

    Fixed that for you

    ‘explaining why Wisconsin (and Minnesota) tend to have blacks EVEN more dysfunctional than the national black average.’

  85. There is absolutely no evidence that he was shot for being black. But that doesn’t matter, according to the press only black people are unfairly targeted by police and Duncan Lemp and Ryan Whitaker deserved it for being white

  86. @Anonymous
    Wow!

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1297770791891656706?s=20

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Altai

    The guy with the long black hair in the red with the assault rifle seems to fire a couple of rounds at the police vehicle (The videographer turns towards them after sounds that seem like gunfire), the guy beside him with a gun too may have also fired.

  87. …at the Brass Monkey tavern… when Blake got into an argument with another patron and pulled a black handgun.

    That funky monkey…

    Shouldn’t he have “pulled a Black handgun”? I’m confused these days…

  88. @Anonymous
    Explosive unrest in Kenosha reminds me of that "Peace Frog"-esque riff at the end of "April 29[sic], 1992" where he just starts naming random cities the band's played once or twice: "Riots on the streets of Kansas City... Tuscaloosa, Alabama... Cleveland, Ohio... Fountain Valley; Paramount; Victorville / Eugene, Oregon..." etc.

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    Who is “he”? Jim Morrison died 21 years earlier. Blood on the streets in the town of New Haven. . . .

    • Replies: @Random Anonymous
    @Ben tillman

    https://genius.com/Sublime-april-29-1992-lyrics

    I like the "Peace Frog" reference too.

  89. @Anon
    OT: Noxious Ethiopian woman berates Asian workers in tea shop, claiming that they're stealing black culture. She claims Boba tea is black. It's actually Asian in origin. Anyway, she cuts off the video when a black man begins to berate her for being an ass.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1297623561239031808?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1297623561239031808%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fthepostmillennial.com%2Fblack-woman-accuses-asian-boba-trap-tea-owners-of-appropriating-black-culture

    Replies: @Jake, @Chrisnonymous, @Daniel Chieh, @Days of Broken Arrows, @El Dato, @AnotherDad, @Ragno

    Black people on average are insane or just barely, at least after they have had a large dose on indoctrination by white Liberals.

    Mohammedanism only makes blacks worse – as it does whites and Asians.

  90. Somewhat on topic, can we start to take the media to charge for the whole ‘Umbrella Man’ is a neo-Nazi nonsense. He was weird on the first two days because antifa hadn’t become as prominent in most of the riots, but in Portland we have almost nothing but antifa and they are all decked out like ‘Umbrella Man’ with the same respirators, clothes and umbrellas.

    Couple this with their amoral the ends justify the means obsessions with tactics and strategies along with their love of setting businesses on fire and it’s very clear ‘Umbrella Man’ is just an antifa who decided to try and escalate the situation.

    As can we clearly seen here with a recent video with people wearing the same respirators (Presumably bought en masse by antifa or recommended) and several black umbrellas to conceal their faces/offer protection from projectiles.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Altai

    He was weird on the first two days because antifa hadn’t become as prominent in most of the riots, but in Portland we have almost nothing but antifa and they are all decked out like ‘Umbrella Man’ with the same respirators, clothes and umbrellas.

    And doesn't anybody find it strange that there was an "Umbrella Man" at the JFK assassination too, who was once accused of giving the signal for the shot?

    Something about umbrellas really triggers the conspiracy mindset in some people.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Hibernian

  91. @El Dato
    The new slogan:

    "Burn for Biden"

    We stand with all those who have and continue to demand justice, equity, and accountability for Black lives in our country—lives like those of George Floyd, of Breonna Taylor, Tony Robinson, Dontre Hamilton, Ernest Lacy, and Sylville Smith.

     

    Do they have ready-made lists of people, some of which are worst hoodlums, whose regular encounter with police went badly? Do they have an intern trawl Wikipedia for suitable victim status signal lights? Inquiring minds want to know.

    Replies: @RVBlake, @Harry Baldwin

    These are people who couldn’t name the sitting Vice President but can tell you how many bullets hit Amadou Diallou in 1999 or what Sean Bell was doing before he was shot in 2006. This is one culturally biased intelligence test that blacks might win.

  92. anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:

    Long after the rot had began to set in back in the late eighties, early nineties in Racine and Kenosha counties, Wisconsin spent a fortune building up the lakefront area with lots of boat slips. The idea was to attract the wealthy from Chicagoland while providing affordable weekend lake boating access to the local white blue collar and middle class so they might stick around after so much de-industrialization.

    For a while it seemed like a good idea. You could spend lots of summer evenings along the lake and there was a decent number of events and tourist traffic.

    Unfortunately I am afraid both Kenosha and Racine in the last 25 years have turned into massive black ghettos. I was shocked by what I was seeing the last time I was there 15 years ago. Amren just did a piece on the decline of Milwaukee.

    I have no idea what the area is like now. I use to spend lots of time enjoying bike riding along the lake in Racine and Kenosha.

  93. On the topic of the guy not being intimidated by the police physically since one was a woman and the other two were considerably shorter and more dumpy than him. (And presumably making the calculation they wouldn’t dare use their guns) Somebody doxed the apparent lead officer (Though I’m not sure if he was the first to fire or fired at all) and seem to have accidentally revealed that he didn’t look like judge Dredd but an affable-looking Kenosha progressive.

    But to the crazy people, these two have the same energy.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Altai

    The trench gun was specifically invented to remove Germans from premises for the Great Glory of Woodlouse Wilson.

    Maybe the blue ones should replace their plinkers with those more morally impressive devices.

  94. @Anon
    OT: Noxious Ethiopian woman berates Asian workers in tea shop, claiming that they're stealing black culture. She claims Boba tea is black. It's actually Asian in origin. Anyway, she cuts off the video when a black man begins to berate her for being an ass.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1297623561239031808?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1297623561239031808%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fthepostmillennial.com%2Fblack-woman-accuses-asian-boba-trap-tea-owners-of-appropriating-black-culture

    Replies: @Jake, @Chrisnonymous, @Daniel Chieh, @Days of Broken Arrows, @El Dato, @AnotherDad, @Ragno

    Probably she was referring to “trap”, a drug den, and probably–this being Colorado–the name does reference that black slang. Nevertheless, she is an idiot.

  95. @anon

    Here’s a posting on Saturday on that Unitarian-Universalist church’s Facebook page:
     
    Something about the fact that an ordained minister was posting idiotic cat memes about how we shouldn't have free speech because Leslie Jones says so upset me in a fairly deep way. I know it was just a U-U minister, but still. Maybe it's the way our society is no longer capable of carrying on an adult conversation. Maybe it just brings back memories of 2016, when the entertainment media kept trying to shove Leslie Jones down America's collective throat.

    I don't know, but I'm sure it's going to pop into my head every so often for a while.

    All I can say for sure is that the cat deserves better than to be recruited for this stupid woman's virtue signal. The cat didn't do anything wrong, but for the rest of its life, that picture is going to be what people associate with it. It took a lot of people doing a lot of really awful things to get to this point, where female ministers in church are quoting Leslie Jones about hate speech, but the cat is the only one involved who is completely innocent.

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @Bubba, @Richard S

    Who is Leslie Jones?

    • Replies: @tyrone
    @Ben tillman

    your'e a lucky man.

    , @Harry Baldwin
    @Ben tillman

    Someone here could probably Google her name for you.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    , @Neuday
    @Ben tillman


    Who is Leslie Jones?
     
    Going from memory, as I'm not going to use a search engine for fear of seeing her image, she's a particularly large and ugly Black female who was featured in the remake of Ghostbusters a few years ago which predictably and spectacularly bombed due to, of course, racism and sexism.
    , @anon
    @Ben tillman

    She's that weird black giantess who they put into the all-girl Ghostbusters movie, playing the role of Ernie Hudson. She was on Saturday Night Live at the time, and as I recall, nobody ever thought she was funny or talented or likeable, but in early 2016, she was in a bunch of television commercials, because advertisers seemed to think we deserved it.

    One fun thing about her is that she has this tendency to mug for the camera, which results in a lot of pictures of her looking like she stepped out of one of those old Warner Bros cartoons from the 1940s, that they have to put a disclaimer on now. For example: https://celebrityinsider.org/leslie-jones-slams-jason-reitmans-new-ghostbusters-film-compares-situation-to-trump-236825/

    Also, I guess she tweets out really stupid takes on current events. So, if you're a female U-U minister, and you want to lend some gravitas to your brilliant line about how hate speech isn't free speech, you can quote Leslie Jones as saying it, instead of just saying it yourself.

    Replies: @botazefa, @Pontius

    , @SteveRogers42
    @Ben tillman

    Large human of African origin. Indeterminate gender. Alleged "comic".

  96. @Colin Wright
    @prosa123

    'Factoid: much of the human hair sold for use in weaves, as mentioned in your 2016 article, comes from concentration camp prisoners in China.'

    That wouldn't bother blacks. They hate Asians even more than they hate everyone else.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @SunBakedSuburb, @stat in the hat

    “They hate Asians even more than they hate everyone else.”

    Specifically black women. The most hateful creatures on earth. Good thing whitey is elevating the hateful, horrific creatures into positions of power within the private and public sectors. Suicidal whitey.

  97. “Tonight, Jacob Blake was shot in the back multiple times, in broad daylight, in Kenosha, Wisconsin.”

    The Magic Governor. He can create broad daylight at night.

    • Replies: @Ben tillman
    @Jim Bob Lassiter

    Lol. How did I miss that?

    , @J.Ross
    @Jim Bob Lassiter

    Wow, and people don't pick up on it because they're such reliable liars that we're all long used to them just lying all the time.

  98. @utu
    @Anonymous

    This is how the cop who shot 7 times in the back should be handle by his police department if they had a honor code.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnH04RVohZo

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @bomag, @sayless

    No, but this is how the community that tolerated that shot scumbag should have dealt with him before the police were forced to intervene in one of his peace disturbances.

  99. @Neo Morpheus
    @Colin Wright

    The plan is that hostile elites & billionaires are using BLM and antifa and such as weapons against regular patriotic America. The boil the frog slowly plan was supposed to come to its fruition with Hillary Clinton’s election. But the frog figured it out before it was too late. We nominated Donald Trump against the best efforts of Conservative Inc., we elected Trump President against the best efforts of the aforementioned elites & billionaires and their media sheep and useful idiots, and we will be re-electing Emperor Trump in November.

    The riots and idiocy are a sign of weakness not strength. And this will all be put down in due time. Trust the plan. Where we go one we go all.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @SunBakedSuburb

    “Trust the plan.”

    Sure, go ahead and trust Q’s nebulous plan. It’s not a psyop at all. And while you’re at it, follow the lead of Alt-Right celebrity Richard Spencer and vote Democrat. Also, check out the new line of Fire Island beachwear designed and marketed by Richard and his partner Gavin McInnes. They’re not frauds or DOJ operatives at all.

    • Replies: @Redman
    @SunBakedSuburb

    Gavin lives in my Westchester town and has three kids and a lovely wife. Not sure what you’re smoking.

    He’s had to deal with more shot than anyone I’ve seen from the good whites who make up 95 percent of our local population.

    Spencer’s a jerk.

    Replies: @TomSchmidt

  100. @Altai
    @wren

    Between the 2000 and 2010 census the proportion of the population that is classed as 'African-American' went up from 7.68 to 10 percent. Is that from Somalis? Or was there a migration of actual African-Americans from someplace else?

    Wikipedia seems impressed with "The 2010 census reported that the city's population were mainly newcomers, with 51 percent of Kenosha residents having moved from other cities and states."

    Which seems like an effective population replacement but I wonder if 'Other cities' makes up the bulk of this and these are just people living in and around Kenosha moving there for employment.

    Replies: @wren, @Anonymous, @Larry, San Francisco, @ATBOTL

    It was probably a function of the bull dozing of public housing in Chicago during the period. I knew someone from Kankakee (which is about the same distance from Chicago as Kenosha in the other direction) who told me the city had become crime ridden in the last few years because of newcomers.

  101. @Thoughts
    There was something sad/pathetic about what happened to George Floyd

    But this dude was just full on acting like the law didn't apply to him

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Bubba

    ‘There was something sad/pathetic about what happened to George Floyd

    But this dude was just full on acting like the law didn’t apply to him’

    …and he had behaved that way before.

    He’s really a microcosm of why blacks get shot so often by the police.

    They persistently behave in ways that make it more likely they will get shot by the police.

    It’s really not very complicated.

    • Replies: @Redman
    @Colin Wright

    As I said from the beginning. And haven’t seen many others support this hypothesis. Floyd didn’t just OD on fentanyl, he did it in the police car he was struggling to get out of because of “claustrophobia.”

    Just read a summary of the Motion to Dismiss by the lawyer for one of the cops which alleges that the evidence shows Floyd tried to “get rid of his drugs” while he was being arrested. One video clearly shows him dropping 2 baggies when he first was removed from the car. No cameras in the car, but someone obviously knows something.

    There’s a lot of evidence we’re not hearing about in this case from the media (no surprise there) But it’s all pointing towards dismissal or acquittal for the cops. Then the real fun will start.

    Although by then, the next “wave” of Fentanyl Floyd riots may be a blip compared to the Mad Max chaos that will have become the “new normal.”

    Replies: @Whiskey, @Colin Wright

  102. He tried to warn us = hilarious.

    We’ll find out the facts later, now is the time for the Democrat media and politicians to hysterically demand the cops be charged with first degree murder, and cheer on the rioters, property destruction, and violence.

    My Guess? He was armed or told police he had a gun in the car and was going to use it. ignored commands to not go into car for the gun OR reached for a gun in his waist band and they shot him.

    Another point. Someone else, up thread, stated he was wanted for rape. So, leaving the gun aside, I’m not too sure what the correct procedure is when a rape suspect, tells the police “screw you” and gets into his car to drive away. Are the police just supposed to wave goodbye? Or can they use deadly force? What is the law? Any intelligent answers – based on knowledge – appreciated.

    • Replies: @SteveRogers42
    @Honesthughgrant

    Many jurisdictions (especially on the Left Coast) essentially have a "no pursuit" policy regarding vehicles. This is based on municipalities' fear of being sued if a fleeing suspect hits a vehicle or pedestrian. So unless the call is initiated by a violent felony IN PROGRESS, any cop who chases a fleeing vehicle is facing a civil suit and loss of his job. Oh, he can turn on his lights and give 'em a blast on the siren...radio in the description and direction of travel...but anything other than that would be outside the scope of his duties, as currently defined. Waving goodbye is optional.

    The type and amount of force police are allowed to used in any given situation is based on a continuum. Each situation is based on an officer's "reasonable and necessary" response to an offender's actions, and there are usually about half-a-dozen levels in the continuum. In this case, the suspect was being "actively resistant" by walking away from police who had given him lawful commands to stand still. When faced with an actively-resistant suspect, police are typically allowed to choose from a selection of tools, tactics, and techniques that include Tasers, pepper spray, and wrestling/grappling techniques. (Most of today's officers eschew the physical approach due to their inability to successfully apply physical force.) Once the suspect began entering the vehicle, training and experience would lead the officers to conclude that he was either attempting to access a weapon therein, or to get in and drive off in a manner that might endanger themselves or others, and at that point deadly force becomes reasonable.

    What is confusing to both officers and observers in this situation is the fact that the cops pointed their pistols at him while giving verbal commands. This "draw-and-direct" technique is authorized when officers can articulate that the suspect might pose a threat to their safety. By holding the suspect at gunpoint, the idea is to overwhelm him with the potential for deadly force and to gain compliance via the Al Capone technique: "A gun and a kind word go a lot farther than a kind word alone". The glitch in this technique comes when the suspect does not comply, but simply seeks to get away. Since police are forbidden from shooting most fleeing felons under Tennessee vs. Garner, they have to then re-holster their pistols and transition to one of the accepted compliance techniques for actively-resistant subjects, which is very hard to do both physically and psychologically when the adrenaline is flowing.

    So you get what we have here today. If police departments still confined their hiring to tough, athletic males and then gave them realistic combatives training that was refreshed on a regular basis, the dead guy would have been double-legged to the pavement and jointlocked into submission prior to handcuffing. He would still be alive to continue his career of aerospace physics research. However, it would have "looked bad" to treat him with the same level of violence that any high school wrestler experiences during every match.

    And so it goes.

    , @Grahamsno(G64)
    @Honesthughgrant

    7 in the back is so ridiculously over the top what the hell was the cop thinking that this was a Quentin Tarantino movie shoot? That guy if he survives will most likely be a vegetable. But you guys believe that if you as much as twitch in front of a LEO you deserve a couple of magazines. Anyhow let's wait for the official report.

  103. anon[330] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dumbo
    The basic difference between blacks and whites is that, if a white no-good low-life criminal gets shot by the police, whites in general think "good riddance" or just ignore it.

    But if a black no-good low-life criminal gets shot by the police, blacks erupt in anger and violence as if he was some kind of model citizen.

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force, interfering with their "business" (drug deals, robberies, prostitution, etc).

    Whites like order. Blacks, not so much.

    Replies: @Neo Morpheus, @anon, @Arclight, @DextersLabRat

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force, interfering with their “business” (drug deals, robberies, prostitution, etc).

    Black Americans are tribal. Offending one member of the tribe offends all of them.
    White Americans are individuals. Offending one doesn’t affect others.

    Plus, of course, any white American standing up for the interests of other white Americans is automatically deemed a “racist”, therefore easily isolated and suppressed. This is why we cannot have certain nice things anymore.

    White Americans are going to become tribal. Then some more nice things will go away.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @anon


    Black Americans are tribal. Offending one member of the tribe offends all of them.
     
    Sort of. They react angrily to whites interfering in their criminal activities. But they don't have anything close to a healthy racial solidarity. What motivates them is usually anger or resentment at whoever happens to be upsetting them at any given time. Most black criminals' victims are also black. It's not that they consciously choose victims of their own race, it's just that members of their own race are easier to find.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @El Dato

    , @Cloudbuster
    @anon

    White Americans are going to become tribal. Then some more nice things will go away.

    More like then we'll get some nice things back.

  104. @Ben tillman
    @anon

    Who is Leslie Jones?

    Replies: @tyrone, @Harry Baldwin, @Neuday, @anon, @SteveRogers42

    your’e a lucky man.

  105. @Dumbo
    The basic difference between blacks and whites is that, if a white no-good low-life criminal gets shot by the police, whites in general think "good riddance" or just ignore it.

    But if a black no-good low-life criminal gets shot by the police, blacks erupt in anger and violence as if he was some kind of model citizen.

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force, interfering with their "business" (drug deals, robberies, prostitution, etc).

    Whites like order. Blacks, not so much.

    Replies: @Neo Morpheus, @anon, @Arclight, @DextersLabRat

    Yes and no. The more disorderly type will keen and wail over the oppression of police enforcing the law, but the older blacks who own property will shrug their shoulders at it. I used to live in a nearly all black DC neighborhood and whenever some aspiring rapper or what not was blown away, the general attitude of my older black neighbors was that we’re all better off without him.

    The bigger problem is that these older neighbors – working class, homeowners, mostly married – are culturally pretty removed from the kids in their teens and 20s and have almost no sway over them. The generation that followed them (often their own kids) are the ones in which out of wedlock births became the norm and the advent of a bunch of local social programs (teen jobs program, subsidies for parents of ‘disabled’ students, subsidies for grandparents raising grandchildren) took personal responsibility and agency right out of the equation. The old timers would lament the fact that nearly all of the manual laborers you could see doing construction were now Latino when those used to be jobs held by black men, but they all admitted the Latinos were way harder working and they couldn’t blame anyone for preferring to hire them.

    • Agree: Anonymousse
    • Thanks: Dumbo
  106. @Daniel H
    Maybe we need a variation on the Ottoman millet system to deal with Black Americans. Highly trained, Black American policemen, drawing extra pay of course, are assigned to immediate cases where a troublesome Black male is suspected to be involved. Could only improve matters.

    Replies: @a guy named me too, @SteveRogers42

    You would need a LOT of black males.

  107. anon[330] • Disclaimer says:

    From Blake’s Big Adventure a few years back:

    According to the criminal complaint, Blake and two women were at the Brass Monkey tavern, 1436 Junction Avenue, Saturday when Blake got into an argument with another patron and pulled a black handgun. Blake pointed the gun at the other man, and the magazine fell to the floor. The bartender told Blake to leave, and he did but then pointed the gun through the window at patrons inside the bar before walking south on Junction Avenue.

    Drunken arguments are one reason why drunks are not supposed to be armed.

    “Pointed the gun at the other man, and the magazine fell to the floor.”

    lol. I wonder who picked it up? On the one hand, that mag is evidence of a crime, on the other hand it’s a free mag maybe loaded. Another reason for not allowing drunks to carry guns, they leave parts lying around!

    The article sez Blake was eligible for up to 8.5 years in a Wisconsin spa-lock-up, but in the current year he’s still walking around armed. So, hmm, guessing a plea bargain of some sort.

    I’m glad he survived being shot. Should be interesting to see the forensics, and what he had in the vehicle he was reaching for. I’m guessing something sorta kinda like a gun.

  108. @Ben tillman
    @anon

    Who is Leslie Jones?

    Replies: @tyrone, @Harry Baldwin, @Neuday, @anon, @SteveRogers42

    Someone here could probably Google her name for you.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Harry Baldwin

    Don't be a smart-ass. A search engine would just tell me something I already know: There is more than one Leslie Jones in the world. Thank you to the other commenters who gave me the answer.

  109. This whole resisiting arrest thing, which is only going to get much worse now, IMO, is a variant of the “walking in traffic” thing I thought I was the only one who noticed but I’ve seen other commenters mention as well.

    E.g. Blacks walking into traffic basically begging and even hoping to get hit so they can get paid. (It’s also a pride thing: “I ain’t yielding to no cracker”) The fact that they might end up dead, and that death is like, forever, doesn’t seem to compute. I guess it’s part of that conceptualizing time thingy.*

    *I’m not suggesting either phenomenon is a common thing by any means. It’s just that with getting shot while resisting arrest, it only takes 3 or 4 a year to keep the country burning for 365 days.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Patrick in SC


    This whole resisiting arrest thing, which is only going to get much worse now, IMO, is a variant of the “walking in traffic” thing I thought I was the only one who noticed but I’ve seen other commenters mention as well.

    E.g. Blacks walking into traffic basically begging and even hoping to get hit so they can get paid. (It’s also a pride thing: “I ain’t yielding to no cracker”) The fact that they might end up dead, and that death is like, forever, doesn’t seem to compute. I guess it’s part of that conceptualizing time thingy.*
     
    It's an exercise in social dominance.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    , @Colin Wright
    @Patrick in SC

    '... E.g. Blacks walking into traffic basically begging and even hoping to get hit so they can get paid. (It’s also a pride thing: “I ain’t yielding to no cracker”) The fact that they might end up dead, and that death is like, forever, doesn’t seem to compute. I guess it’s part of that conceptualizing time thingy.*...'

    The Champeen in this genre was a negress who came out between two parked cars and made as if to shove her baby carriage in front of my oncoming moving van.

    Replies: @black sea

  110. @JimDandy
    @Warner

    100 percent his fault. I'm curious to hear what he was reaching for in that car.

    Replies: @Seneca44, @Ray Cissman

    Yes, lots of ink spilled over hand wringing comments about another innocent black shot by police. Unsaid is the 0.5 seconds that the police officer has to decide if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.

    • Thanks: JimDandy
    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    @Seneca44

    " if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators."

    In the real world Cops are ten times more likely to kill people than to be killed.
    1000 killed a year by them versus 100 killed a year of them.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @AnotherDad, @Adam Smith

    , @John Johnson
    @Seneca44

    Unsaid is the 0.5 seconds that the police officer has to decide if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.

    So shoot him once in the shoulder. He won't continue reaching for the gun and even if he does he won't be able to hold it.

    I get that cops normally have aim center mass but this was point blank.

    He maintained poor trigger control. Once of those bullets easily could have deflected and hit him or another cop.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42, @JimDandy

  111. @Anon
    OT: Noxious Ethiopian woman berates Asian workers in tea shop, claiming that they're stealing black culture. She claims Boba tea is black. It's actually Asian in origin. Anyway, she cuts off the video when a black man begins to berate her for being an ass.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1297623561239031808?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1297623561239031808%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fthepostmillennial.com%2Fblack-woman-accuses-asian-boba-trap-tea-owners-of-appropriating-black-culture

    Replies: @Jake, @Chrisnonymous, @Daniel Chieh, @Days of Broken Arrows, @El Dato, @AnotherDad, @Ragno

    Black culture everywhere

    • Replies: @newrouter
    @Daniel Chieh

    Like black mold.

  112. @Ben tillman
    @anon

    Who is Leslie Jones?

    Replies: @tyrone, @Harry Baldwin, @Neuday, @anon, @SteveRogers42

    Who is Leslie Jones?

    Going from memory, as I’m not going to use a search engine for fear of seeing her image, she’s a particularly large and ugly Black female who was featured in the remake of Ghostbusters a few years ago which predictably and spectacularly bombed due to, of course, racism and sexism.

  113. anon[220] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ben tillman
    @anon

    Who is Leslie Jones?

    Replies: @tyrone, @Harry Baldwin, @Neuday, @anon, @SteveRogers42

    She’s that weird black giantess who they put into the all-girl Ghostbusters movie, playing the role of Ernie Hudson. She was on Saturday Night Live at the time, and as I recall, nobody ever thought she was funny or talented or likeable, but in early 2016, she was in a bunch of television commercials, because advertisers seemed to think we deserved it.

    One fun thing about her is that she has this tendency to mug for the camera, which results in a lot of pictures of her looking like she stepped out of one of those old Warner Bros cartoons from the 1940s, that they have to put a disclaimer on now. For example: https://celebrityinsider.org/leslie-jones-slams-jason-reitmans-new-ghostbusters-film-compares-situation-to-trump-236825/

    Also, I guess she tweets out really stupid takes on current events. So, if you’re a female U-U minister, and you want to lend some gravitas to your brilliant line about how hate speech isn’t free speech, you can quote Leslie Jones as saying it, instead of just saying it yourself.

    • Replies: @botazefa
    @anon

    Leslie Jones was hilarious on SNL.

    , @Pontius
    @anon

    Didn't she also star in a hacked phone video doing the difficult brown?

  114. We are living in some sort of Orwellian nightmare You couldn’t have a more clear-cut case of a justified police shooting than this. Why is it that EVERY SINGLE TIME the guy is resisting arrest in some way? In an arrest situation, especially when the suspect has warrants and previous arrests for violent felonies, once that guy reaches into his vehicle all bets are off. He is then justifiably perceived to be either 1.) reaching for a weapon, or 2.) about to get into a vehicle with other people, hence putting their lives and the lives of the general public at risk. Two cops are issuing commands with weapons drawn and he just casually walks around to the other side of the car and reaches into it- I guess he just didn’t feel like getting arrested that day..the mean cops should have just let him drive off.

    All this talk about police needing more training, maybe we need to start training people in the hood to not resist arrest and further exacerbate an intense situtaion. I mean, this is getting fucking ridiculous. On top of this you have the governor virtue-signalling and effectively giving the green light to people who are looking to to burn the city down. The gaslighting on social media is so out of control it doesn’t even feel real (“Black man shot in the back 7 times in front of his kids”, etc) Waiting for Ashton Kuchar to show up with a camera crew and tell us all we’ve been Punk’d.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    @Frank McGar

    They're raised by their mothers. They've never in their lives even heard, still less obeyed, orders from a man.

  115. @Warner
    So this guy got "the talk" that all black males must sadly hear from their parents, witnessed innumerable (9) unarmed men shot by cops... and STILL ignored cops' threats and walked into his car to grab something while under arrest?

    Why doesn't the media blame people like him for not listening to "the talk"? It's clearly something black men have had drilled into their heads every day of their lives since they were 6 years old, right? How could he have possibly forgotten the major points of "the talk"?

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    So this guy got “the talk” that all black males must sadly hear from their parents, witnessed innumerable (9) unarmed men shot by cops… and STILL ignored cops’ threats and walked into his car to grab something while under arrest?

    Why doesn’t the media blame people like him for not listening to “the talk”? It’s clearly something black men have had drilled into their heads every day of their lives since they were 6 years old, right? How could he have possibly forgotten the major points of “the talk”?

    Contra the hype about “the talk,” I doubt a large percentage of blacks have “the talk” with their young boys. (I can tell you that as a white kid, I was always taught to respect the authority of police and to obey their commands or bad things could happen – did I get “the talk?”)

    Rather, I think that underclass black boys learn early on that if they resist arrest they have a very good chance of evading arrest and avoiding the consequences of engaging in criminal conduct. No doubt they run into an out of shape cop, a cop punching a clock until retirement, or one who is just having a bad day and is disengaged and offers only cursory arrest efforts and as a consequence they escape to commit crimes another day. The probability of evading arrest is probably fairly good, and they likely only get arrested a fraction of the times that the police try to arrest them. Then, one day, a bad mix of circumstances arises and the act of resisting arrest begins the escalation of a situation ending in either the cop or the perp making it out alive but not both. I wonder if, paradoxically, body cameras will eliminate the ability of a disengaged cop to take a pass on arresting someone who doesn’t want to be arrested, and therefore may actually cause more of these escalating situations.

    • Replies: @Jane Plain
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    Right on the talk bullshit, but you overthink the rest. I think that these guys are just, as Steve calls them, knuckleheads. Not a lot going on up there in the old noggin.

  116. @Ben tillman
    @anon

    Who is Leslie Jones?

    Replies: @tyrone, @Harry Baldwin, @Neuday, @anon, @SteveRogers42

    Large human of African origin. Indeterminate gender. Alleged “comic”.

  117. @Dr. Doom
    The Democrats are proving unfit for office.

    How long will people allow such nonsense to continue?

    Its obvious that they are just riling up blacks to try to intimidate voters.

    I expect the reverse effect. The D-Party is about to have a bad year.

    The GOPe dopes are too stupid to capitalize on this.

    However, Donald Trump is more blunt and liable to do something.

    These riots will not have soccer moms voting like blacks, I'd expect.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    How long will people allow such nonsense to continue?

    I wish I could share your optimism that:

    1) The electorate is intelligent enough to understand what is being done to them.

    2) The DNC-CCP are not going to engage in enormous amounts of voting fraud to tilt the election results their way and endless lawfare in any regions that are narrow Trump wins.

  118. @Bugg
    @Anonymous

    911 call mentions subject was possibly armed. Subject is not complying with lawful orders and reaching into a car. And a gun was in fact recovered from the car. Are the cops supposed to wait until he shoots them?

    How hard is it to simply comply with the cops. In most jurisdictions thanks to liberal morons nobody goes to jail anyway. He would have been home before the cops.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @danand

    911 call mentions subject was possibly armed. Subject is not complying with lawful orders and reaching into a car. And a gun was in fact recovered from the car. Are the cops supposed to wait until he shoots them?

    The people whom I absolutely cannot stand with regard to this issue are the comfortable whites who have no real program for affecting lawful arrests and reducing the already small number of blacks killed in police interactions. What they seem to want is not to be bothered by the blood and bone aspects of policing – they want the lower status “blue collar” police to just “take care of things” without being disturbed by the effects of the use of force in furtherance of their own safety. Their general disposition to law enforcement is that they’re essentially trash men, and no one wants to hear about the trash once they’ve taken it to the curb to be disposed of.

    I have no doubt that deep in the recesses of their hindbrains they feel that all would perhaps be better off if the cops just knew their places and sacrificed their own lives more often for the sake of racial peace.

  119. @ThreeCranes
    @Anonymous

    So a couple of white folks, standing on their own property, the man simply holding a rifle and the woman a pistol, not waving them around or threatening anybody, while a parade of black outsiders threaten and abuse them verbally, are arrested and charged with brandishing and god knows what, while this video shows a guy threatening the police and they tuck their tails and run.

    I don't think that we can trust the police to hold their sector of the battle line.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    Modern police are not selected on the basis of demonstrated comfort with combative situations, and once hired, they receive neither the quality nor the quantity of training that would turn them into effective combatants. To the various mayors, city councilmen and chiefs of police, this is a feature, not a bug.

    In a genuine SHTF situation, roughly 75% of any given PD become non-combatants.

    • Agree: JMcG
    • Replies: @Anonymousse
    @SteveRogers42

    Someone very comfortable with unarmed combative situations and determined to be less lethal might have hit ol’ boy with a standing rear naked choke in that situation. Which is all kind of illegal for cops now. Without a chokehold or a judo blackbelt on a very good day, you’re not instantly immobilizing and taking a determined grown man down from the rear

    So just yelling “STAAAHP!” louder, was pretty much all that was available. You’re talking about combat training but police are increasingly limited to kindergarten teacher tier combat tactics.

    The rules of engagement are designed by lawyers and fat black lesbians on a political advisory committee who could really give a shit if officer Chuck Smith ever sees his kids again.

  120. Trucks set on fire in Kenosha riots.

    Racist phlogiston escaping.

  121. @Neo Morpheus
    @Altai

    “I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn’t seem to involve herself in the final confrontation.”

    The suspect had pulled out a curved switchblade.

    Replies: @Bubba

    And a gun was in the car.

  122. @countenance
    Kenosha is close to the WI-IL border, so I suspect it has been used as AFFH dumping grounds from Chicago for some time.

    Replies: @Barnard, @Jim Bob Lassiter

    Kenosha also used to be main plant location for the George Romney run American Motors Corp.

    Chrysler shut the Kenosha plant down in 2010 during one of many of its bankruptcies.

  123. @anon

    Here’s a posting on Saturday on that Unitarian-Universalist church’s Facebook page:
     
    Something about the fact that an ordained minister was posting idiotic cat memes about how we shouldn't have free speech because Leslie Jones says so upset me in a fairly deep way. I know it was just a U-U minister, but still. Maybe it's the way our society is no longer capable of carrying on an adult conversation. Maybe it just brings back memories of 2016, when the entertainment media kept trying to shove Leslie Jones down America's collective throat.

    I don't know, but I'm sure it's going to pop into my head every so often for a while.

    All I can say for sure is that the cat deserves better than to be recruited for this stupid woman's virtue signal. The cat didn't do anything wrong, but for the rest of its life, that picture is going to be what people associate with it. It took a lot of people doing a lot of really awful things to get to this point, where female ministers in church are quoting Leslie Jones about hate speech, but the cat is the only one involved who is completely innocent.

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @Bubba, @Richard S

    “…when the entertainment media kept trying to shove Leslie Jones down America’s collective throat.”

    Just like Amy Schumer and the other one who looks like the late Amy Winehouse. Comedy is dead.

  124. @Bugg
    @Anonymous

    911 call mentions subject was possibly armed. Subject is not complying with lawful orders and reaching into a car. And a gun was in fact recovered from the car. Are the cops supposed to wait until he shoots them?

    How hard is it to simply comply with the cops. In most jurisdictions thanks to liberal morons nobody goes to jail anyway. He would have been home before the cops.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @danand

    “And a gun was in fact recovered from the car. Are the cops supposed to wait until he shoots them?”

    Bugg, also three children in the vehicle. Were the officers just to let him drive off with kids in tow?

    He had already been hit with a stun gun, didn’t seem to make him take pause. In any event, as many have stated, it’s not like an AA father was/is any longer expected to possess agency.

    This riot following member of the “press”, CJ of Seattle (lower left), has been driving across the country following the post Floyd events. Hard to know if his coverage has “inadvertently” added to riot incitement or not; but last night he did his best, at significant personal risk, to save this church from burning down:

    31680CCE-16FB-45A5-9A36-7D7A9DF54C69

  125. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn't seem to involve herself in the final confrontation. It should never have been allowed to get to that point, that's crazy. They let him go all the way into his car to retrieve what they assumed was a weapon. Or maybe they wanted him to give them cause? Maybe they weren't confident about a physical take-down because they thought other people might intervene.

    Maybe the old rules about height restrictions for police were a good idea. Those officers weren't confident about restraining the suspect, even with two of them and the guy assumed they weren't prepared to use their weapons. But then, after all this, I don't think they'll ever be able to be so picky with police again.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Thoughts, @Neo Morpheus, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous Jew, @SteveRogers42, @Anonymousse, @Anonymous

    Do cops not read the papers? Watch the news? I’m surprised that any cops, in this the Summer of George, would even bother to really take a call like that seriously. A domestic dispute in the Hood? Why didn’t they just show up, look around, say “Here’s a number to call for counselling. You all have a nice day.”, and then leave.

  126. @Anon
    OT: Noxious Ethiopian woman berates Asian workers in tea shop, claiming that they're stealing black culture. She claims Boba tea is black. It's actually Asian in origin. Anyway, she cuts off the video when a black man begins to berate her for being an ass.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1297623561239031808?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1297623561239031808%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fthepostmillennial.com%2Fblack-woman-accuses-asian-boba-trap-tea-owners-of-appropriating-black-culture

    Replies: @Jake, @Chrisnonymous, @Daniel Chieh, @Days of Broken Arrows, @El Dato, @AnotherDad, @Ragno

    Next stop: Yelling at anyone from Pizza Hut because no one there is Italian.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Days of Broken Arrows


    Next stop: Yelling at anyone from Pizza Hut because no one there is Italian.
     
    A long-gone Pizza Hut in St Paul was a door or two up from Planned Parenthood. I was afraid to ask where they sourced their toppings.

    At any rate, no cola boba for Tola Roba.
    , @TomSchmidt
    @Days of Broken Arrows

    Are you the original DoBA from Roissy's site?

  127. @Colin Wright
    I'm getting the distinct impression that somehow, we've all wound up in an insane asylum where the worst of the inmates are posing as the warders.

    How can the governor of a state seriously say something like this? Aside from the detail that it's simply not true, doesn't he realize the extent to which it will add to the mayhem and destruction?

    Blacks really were bad enough already. Egging them on with invented pretexts for even more extravagant displays of violence really is some form of deliberate social sabotage.

    What's the plan here? It's all so nonsensical it starts making one vaguely consider the possible merits of all the successive conspiracy theories. Maybe one of them is true; what else could explain all this?

    God help us. I feel like stocking up on canned goods and buying more ammunition. I do not like wherever it is this particular choo-choo is going.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @Neo Morpheus, @vhrm, @Stephen Paul Foster, @Authenticjazzman, @Whiskey, @Negrolphin Pool

    ” How can the governor of a state seriously say something like this”

    Just what will it take for non-Democrats to finally realize that they, the Democrats, are simply insane and must be dealt with accordingly, no compromise, no consensus,no “agreements”,
    They are, like it or not, “enemies” of their own making, period.

    I told my new (foreign born) wife sixteen years ago that the Dems are out of their minds and she assumed that I was hyping the issue, she believes me now.

    AJM “Mensa” qualified since 1973, airborne trained US army vet, and pro Jazz artist.

  128. @BenKenobi
    "Nevermind ze dogs, zey are here for your protection."

    Man's best friend coming in with a clinch performance! Good boy! We must secure the existence of our doggos and a future for cute puppers.

    I've seen this list before, but here's the eternal jogger's list of biggest fears:

    1. Ghosts
    2. Dogs
    3. Registered Mail

    Replies: @Rob McX, @profnasty, @36 ulster

    Let’s be honest. We’re all afraid of registered mail.

    • LOL: sayless
    • Replies: @bruce county
    @profnasty

    Let’s be honest. We’re all afraid of registered mail.

    Lets not forget about those nasty registered Yorkshire Terriers.

  129. @Thoughts
    There was something sad/pathetic about what happened to George Floyd

    But this dude was just full on acting like the law didn't apply to him

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Bubba

    “There was something sad/pathetic about what happened to George Floyd”

    Not sad, but pathetic. He swallowed a fatal amount of fentanyl during the confrontation with police and that was after he shoved a fatal amount of fentanyl up his rectum (“I was hoopin’ earlier.” said Mr. Floyd during his arrest).

    So what, over 30,000 people die a year from synthetic opiod (fentanyl is one of them) abuse. Do they all get a gold casket now?

  130. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn't seem to involve herself in the final confrontation. It should never have been allowed to get to that point, that's crazy. They let him go all the way into his car to retrieve what they assumed was a weapon. Or maybe they wanted him to give them cause? Maybe they weren't confident about a physical take-down because they thought other people might intervene.

    Maybe the old rules about height restrictions for police were a good idea. Those officers weren't confident about restraining the suspect, even with two of them and the guy assumed they weren't prepared to use their weapons. But then, after all this, I don't think they'll ever be able to be so picky with police again.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Thoughts, @Neo Morpheus, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous Jew, @SteveRogers42, @Anonymousse, @Anonymous

    Reminds me of the argument that we should go back to the old non-PC days of an all male police force with large and physical individuals that are not afraid to throw their weight around. (Of course now it may be difficult to find any decent person with a 100+ IQ that wants to be a LEO).

    I’m really surprised the officer opened fire considering the political climate. I know the adrenaline is flowing and it’s hard to calculate actions, but maybe he should have waited for the perp to actually grab a weapon. I can’t determine if the officer was right or wrong, but instead trying to look at it from the officer’s perspective knowing I probably don’t want to be the next Derek Chauvin.

    On another note, I’m kind of surprised no LEO has gone postal. They’ve remained incredibly professional despite being figuratively and literally spit on and abused all while carrying loaded weapons.

    • Agree: sayless
    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Anonymous Jew


    I’m really surprised the officer opened fire considering the political climate.
     
    It may be that the political climate made it more necessary to open fire. After three months of anarchy on the streets, black perps may be more brazen now than they would otherwise be, with a greater likelihood of cops being shot if they don't shoot first.
  131. @Svigor

    Here’s a posting on Saturday on that Unitarian-Universalist church’s Facebook page:
     
    I suppose it's better the leftist radicals burn their own churches, than the alternative.

    Maybe videos of cops shooting black suspects should be censored from social and traditional media for 24 hours. Give time to call up police or national guard reinforcements, have political leaders and police chiefs hold press conferences, etc.
     
    ~Dave Pinsen.

    No no! Mustn't infringe on the soulless megacorps' "right" to indoctrinate the masses however the Hell they want - it might interfere with their trampling of the American people's ability to speak freely.

    If Blake had shot Dozer, all the NWA ladies (Nice White Allies) would be sympathizing with the dog rather than the black dude.
     
    ~Mr. Anon

    Funny, but wrong. They'd sympathize with whomever the judenpresse told them to. It's tempting to assign more agency to the NPCs, and less to the judenpresse, but if the latter told the former to cry for the bleg and snarl at the dog, they would.

    Maybe cops – all cops – should start telling mayors and governors “You know, Sir, I feel a touch of the COVID coming on. You’ll just have to be your own bodyguard for the next few weeks.”
     
    Or just the huwhite cops. It would be very useful to have "our" "leaders" surrounded by bleg goons, and only bleg goons, 24/7. (I've also made comments here, years ago, about how I'd love to see nothing but blegs on (((teevee)))) But I suspect we'll have to settle for a steady and obvious decline in the human quality of regime-enforcers. Which is still a good thing; illegitimate regimes should have low-quality people enforcing them (antifa are ideally suited here).

    Sir John Glubb would say America is simply in the decline phase, features of which include frivolity, decadence, a love of money instead of duty, an excessive reverence for celebrities, a reliance on cleverness without unselfishness and self-dedication, influx of foreigners, the welfare state and surprisingly, the rise of “intellect” over action. Glubb also says that we can no more stop the rise and fall of civilizations than we can the change of seasons. Indeed, all we can do is ‘weather it’ by understanding it, mitigating its excesses, and, most important of all, see the long and broad view.
     
    ~LondonBob

    Anyone got a reading list on this topic? I'm interested to know if there's some decent science on the subject, or if it's all the usual just-so crap common in the "study" of history.

    The Democrats are clearly worried about low black turnout, not sure this is a winning strategy, then again Soros is clearly an accelerationist and is playing a long game to smite the White folks. Wisconsin is a must hold for Trump.
     
    ~LondonBob

    Trump's going to lose.

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force
     
    ~Dumbo

    Blegs are closer to right on this than Whites are.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Authenticjazzman

    “Trumps going to lose”

    No he is not, and furthermore you can go screw yourself, you Democrat moron.

    AJM

    • Troll: HammerJack
    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Authenticjazzman

    I must say I've never seen Svi accused of being a Dem before!

    , @sayless
    @Authenticjazzman

    I think it'll be Trump by a landslide, assuming there will be an election this year. I've made a bet against it. Made the same bet in 2016 and lost.

  132. @utu
    @Anonymous

    This is how the cop who shot 7 times in the back should be handle by his police department if they had a honor code.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnH04RVohZo

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @bomag, @sayless

    …if they had a honor code

    And do you expect all those on the other side with a precious Black Life to have an equally stringent honor code?

  133. Stefan Molyneux once pointed out that many people don’t know the meaning of the word “empathy”, in that they erroneously believe it is a fancy way of saying “sympathy”. The Wisconsin governor seems to making that mistake. Knowing the meanings of words is a good proxy for IQ.

  134. @wren
    @Altai

    It doesn't look like that many Somalians directly move to Wisconsin, as of a few years ago.

    https://www.wiscontext.org/refugee-resettlement-wisconsin-numbers

    I spent many summers on the shore of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin when I was young.

    Paradise.

    Winter, maybe not.

    Replies: @profnasty, @Reg Cæsar

    “Somalis move to Wisconsin.” Say it again and again.
    ROTFL!!! Is it any wonder US’ death is accelerating?
    The tunnel is painted on the side of the mountain.

    • LOL: bomag
  135. @Jon
    @Anonymous

    Is there anywhere online that gives more context for this?
    He just appears on camera - was he in the car? On the ground? And why were three cops already standing around him, guns ready?
    Then you hear "put it down" numerous times as he walks around the car, but it sounds like it's coming from the crowd. Are they yelling at him or the cops? I can't tell if he is carrying anything.
    Finally, you hear "drop the gun" - this sounds more like the cops. Did they find a gun in the car?
    Regardless, I've gotten to the point where I just don't give a shit one way or the other if the shooting was justified.

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Lurker

    Did they find a gun in the car?

    Yes. Behind the driver’s seat.

    • Replies: @Jane Plain
    @Lurker

    Source?

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew

  136. @Authenticjazzman
    @Svigor

    "Trumps going to lose"

    No he is not, and furthermore you can go screw yourself, you Democrat moron.

    AJM

    Replies: @Lurker, @sayless

    I must say I’ve never seen Svi accused of being a Dem before!

    • LOL: Ray Cissman
  137. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn't seem to involve herself in the final confrontation. It should never have been allowed to get to that point, that's crazy. They let him go all the way into his car to retrieve what they assumed was a weapon. Or maybe they wanted him to give them cause? Maybe they weren't confident about a physical take-down because they thought other people might intervene.

    Maybe the old rules about height restrictions for police were a good idea. Those officers weren't confident about restraining the suspect, even with two of them and the guy assumed they weren't prepared to use their weapons. But then, after all this, I don't think they'll ever be able to be so picky with police again.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Thoughts, @Neo Morpheus, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous Jew, @SteveRogers42, @Anonymousse, @Anonymous

    You would be surprised to know how little training police get in what is euphemistically known as “defensive tactics” (what most people would refer to as “fighting techniques”) . Police administrators would much rather have a cop get killed through ineptitude than risk him having skills that might injure a suspect in the course of an arrest-and-control situation. In most departments there is not even any ongoing physical fitness qualifying standard after a rookie is out of the Academy.

    In all fairness, police unions exacerbate this situation by terming any proposal for improved/increased training as “a change of working conditions” that requires a concomitant pay raise, which of course shuts down any reform attempt.

    Good catch regarding the female officer. Approximately 25% of any given PD is composed of women, and the overwhelming majority are both unable and unwilling to engage in any sort of combat. The height restrictions were abolished so as to enable the creation of PDs that “look more like America”, and various things like the Academy obstacle course were removed so as to make the physical feebleness of the females less obvious.

    • Agree: bomag, Charon
    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @SteveRogers42

    Per the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 18% of all patrolmen are female; about 10% of their supervisors are. Plainclothes are about 23% female.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

  138. @Colin Wright
    I'm getting the distinct impression that somehow, we've all wound up in an insane asylum where the worst of the inmates are posing as the warders.

    How can the governor of a state seriously say something like this? Aside from the detail that it's simply not true, doesn't he realize the extent to which it will add to the mayhem and destruction?

    Blacks really were bad enough already. Egging them on with invented pretexts for even more extravagant displays of violence really is some form of deliberate social sabotage.

    What's the plan here? It's all so nonsensical it starts making one vaguely consider the possible merits of all the successive conspiracy theories. Maybe one of them is true; what else could explain all this?

    God help us. I feel like stocking up on canned goods and buying more ammunition. I do not like wherever it is this particular choo-choo is going.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @Neo Morpheus, @vhrm, @Stephen Paul Foster, @Authenticjazzman, @Whiskey, @Negrolphin Pool

    Brilliant move by the Gov.

    He knows blacks run this nation. Every bit of it. Whites are just serfs or slaves.

    Wisconsin burning is a plus. White women get tingles. Vote Harris. Even better most shops and neighborhood s get burnt out. Plus if lots of White people lose everything. They get punished. Good and hard.

    Mail fraud vote is now guaranteed. Biden just won WI.

    Long term Harris will throw goodies to the Gov who will hand them out blacks only. Don’t worry White votes are never counted.

  139. @Altai
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kemivUKb4f4

    Remember when 'Kenosha, Wisconsin' was such a byword for nice, happy, maybe even dull small city that the joke in the Weezer Buddy Holly, Happy Days video was that their fictional band was from Kenosha.

    Tony Evers is old enough to remember.

    Replies: @BB753, @profnasty

    It all ended when they let The Tribe in: Mila Kunis.
    I never trusted her with money. Fact: They portrayed her having sex at 14. 14! Kenosha is a wide open town.

  140. @Harry Baldwin
    @Ben tillman

    Someone here could probably Google her name for you.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    Don’t be a smart-ass. A search engine would just tell me something I already know: There is more than one Leslie Jones in the world. Thank you to the other commenters who gave me the answer.

  141. @utu
    @Anonymous

    This is how the cop who shot 7 times in the back should be handle by his police department if they had a honor code.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnH04RVohZo

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @bomag, @sayless

    Annoying comment.

    That was a good movie. Fabulous acting by Klaus Maria Rainer.

  142. @Daniel H
    Maybe we need a variation on the Ottoman millet system to deal with Black Americans. Highly trained, Black American policemen, drawing extra pay of course, are assigned to immediate cases where a troublesome Black male is suspected to be involved. Could only improve matters.

    Replies: @a guy named me too, @SteveRogers42

    An idea whose time has come!

    We already do this with tribal police. The precedent has been set.

  143. @Anon
    So another uncooperative black criminal gets shot, and the governor immediately blames racism I.e. throws the cops under the bus. No mention by him of why the cops needed to pull the trigger on the criminal. Inasmuch as there is an endless supply of such criminals, I guess the cycle of Crime/Police-Intervention/Riot/Rinse-and-Repeat will continue. What is the end goal, total decriminalization of black crime?
    (Politically, riots in WI might help Trump. The best reason to vote Trump is to punish the Dems for being pro-riot).

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @DextersLabRat, @SMK

    The result of total decriminalization of black crime would be total segregation. Maybe that’s the subconscious end goal? From an evolutionary viewpoint, perhaps low IQ blacks realize they cannot survive long-term in a society where they can’t compete for resources with other groups so they are trying to separate themselves entirely by making it impossible for others to co-exist with them.

  144. @Mr. Anon
    @Neo Morpheus


    The riots and idiocy are a sign of weakness not strength. And this will all be put down in due time. Trust the plan. Where we go one we go all.
     
    Q is a character in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

    He isn't real, despite what some idiots think.

    Replies: @mousey, @DextersLabRat

    Star Trek sucks. All of it, TV shows and movies. There’s a reason no one cares about it outside of America, without the media hype and nerd hype of how ‘iconic’ it is, it’s unwatchable.

    • Agree: LondonBob
  145. SMK says: • Website
    @Anon
    So another uncooperative black criminal gets shot, and the governor immediately blames racism I.e. throws the cops under the bus. No mention by him of why the cops needed to pull the trigger on the criminal. Inasmuch as there is an endless supply of such criminals, I guess the cycle of Crime/Police-Intervention/Riot/Rinse-and-Repeat will continue. What is the end goal, total decriminalization of black crime?
    (Politically, riots in WI might help Trump. The best reason to vote Trump is to punish the Dems for being pro-riot).

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @DextersLabRat, @SMK

    Will Republicans condemn and call for the impeachment of Evers? Perhaps a few and meekly. Hopefully, this and much else will result in his defeat in the next election. But I doubt it.

    Why do Wisconsin and Minnesota have the worst blacks of all 50 states? Many Chicago blacks with the lowest IQs moved north to Wisconsin, virtually all of them, initially, to Milwaukee, Racine,, and Kenosha, and also to the Twin Cities for the more generous welfare benefits.

    Secondly, the white populations of Wisconsin and Minnesota are roughly half-German, who as a group are even more guilt-ridden, masochistic, and self-loathing than whites of other ethnicities because of what occurred in Germany from 1933-45. Alas, the scourge and inanity of collective guilt, for events and crimes they and their ancestors had nothing to do with, directly or remotely, and that occurred 75-87 years ago across an Ocean in another county before all but the very oldest of them were even born.

    This is one reason why black criminals in Wisconsin and Minnesota are even more indulged than those in other states. I wonder how long the savage who was shot and killed by police,, almost surely in self-defense, not that Evers and his ilk even care or will regret and apologize for “rushing to judgement” before knowing the facts -how long was he incarcerated, in jail or prison, for all the felonies he committed?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @SMK


    Secondly, the white populations of Wisconsin and Minnesota are roughly half-German, who as a group are even more guilt-ridden, masochistic, and self-loathing than whites of other ethnicities because of what occurred in Germany from 1933-45.
     
    You negleted to cite your source for this, so as a courtesy I will supply it:




    https://www.thesun.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/lags-1.png

    Replies: @RVBlake

    , @duncsbaby
    @SMK

    I hardly think the Germans of Minnesota and Wisconsin have any guilt at all for what happened in WW2. Most of their grandfathers fought for the U.S. of course. If anyone in the family actually spoke German it would be their great grandfathers at the latest. Most German immigration occurred during the 19th century.

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind

  146. @Dumbo
    The basic difference between blacks and whites is that, if a white no-good low-life criminal gets shot by the police, whites in general think "good riddance" or just ignore it.

    But if a black no-good low-life criminal gets shot by the police, blacks erupt in anger and violence as if he was some kind of model citizen.

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force, interfering with their "business" (drug deals, robberies, prostitution, etc).

    Whites like order. Blacks, not so much.

    Replies: @Neo Morpheus, @anon, @Arclight, @DextersLabRat

    They also see the police as a white institution. If the vast majority of police were black, I don’t think whites would be as condoning of white criminals getting shot.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
    @DextersLabRat

    I assume that now the vast majority of the police in South Africa is black (at least 80% according to link below). Not sure if they shoot many white criminals, though.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/14/world/africa/south-africa-apartheid-police-killings.html

    The real issue is that there tend to be much more black criminals than white criminals, either in the U.S. or in South Africa.

    However, I agree that racial differences contribute to the problem. Although I am not sure if American police is still a "white institution". Increasingly it has lots of latinos, asians and blacks too. In fact many of the cops who shot blacks in the last years were not exactly white. And there was that Somali cop who shot an innocent white woman in Minneapolis, of all places. No riots.

    Replies: @DextersLabRat

  147. @Rob McX
    @BenKenobi


    I’ve seen this list before, but here’s the eternal jogger’s list of biggest fears:

    1. Ghosts
    2. Dogs
    3. Registered Mail
     

    Also zombies.

    https://youtu.be/l3rAfIuPcIM

    Replies: @bruce county

    That isn’t a zombie prank. That is just natural behavior

  148. @profnasty
    @BenKenobi

    Let's be honest. We're all afraid of registered mail.

    Replies: @bruce county

    Let’s be honest. We’re all afraid of registered mail.

    Lets not forget about those nasty registered Yorkshire Terriers.

  149. anon[220] • Disclaimer says:
    @Altai
    Somewhat on topic, can we start to take the media to charge for the whole 'Umbrella Man' is a neo-Nazi nonsense. He was weird on the first two days because antifa hadn't become as prominent in most of the riots, but in Portland we have almost nothing but antifa and they are all decked out like 'Umbrella Man' with the same respirators, clothes and umbrellas.

    Couple this with their amoral the ends justify the means obsessions with tactics and strategies along with their love of setting businesses on fire and it's very clear 'Umbrella Man' is just an antifa who decided to try and escalate the situation.

    https://twitter.com/chicago_commune/status/1294355567096586240

    As can we clearly seen here with a recent video with people wearing the same respirators (Presumably bought en masse by antifa or recommended) and several black umbrellas to conceal their faces/offer protection from projectiles.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1297775069716865025

    Replies: @anon

    He was weird on the first two days because antifa hadn’t become as prominent in most of the riots, but in Portland we have almost nothing but antifa and they are all decked out like ‘Umbrella Man’ with the same respirators, clothes and umbrellas.

    And doesn’t anybody find it strange that there was an “Umbrella Man” at the JFK assassination too, who was once accused of giving the signal for the shot?

    Something about umbrellas really triggers the conspiracy mindset in some people.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @anon


    Something about umbrellas really triggers the conspiracy mindset in some people.
     
    https://shinitaiblog.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/hadlarah_1.jpg?w=436&h=559
    , @Hibernian
    @anon

    Overhead video of the Christopher Columbus statue "protest" on Chicago's lakefront clearly showed umbrella carrying peaceful protesters using their umbrellas to shield violent ringleaders from eye level observation by the cops.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

  150. @anon
    @Dumbo

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force, interfering with their “business” (drug deals, robberies, prostitution, etc).

    Black Americans are tribal. Offending one member of the tribe offends all of them.
    White Americans are individuals. Offending one doesn't affect others.

    Plus, of course, any white American standing up for the interests of other white Americans is automatically deemed a "racist", therefore easily isolated and suppressed. This is why we cannot have certain nice things anymore.

    White Americans are going to become tribal. Then some more nice things will go away.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Cloudbuster

    Black Americans are tribal. Offending one member of the tribe offends all of them.

    Sort of. They react angrily to whites interfering in their criminal activities. But they don’t have anything close to a healthy racial solidarity. What motivates them is usually anger or resentment at whoever happens to be upsetting them at any given time. Most black criminals’ victims are also black. It’s not that they consciously choose victims of their own race, it’s just that members of their own race are easier to find.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Rob McX

    Indeed.

    Wrapped up in this apparent 'sticking together' against whitey - or Indian or Arab or Chinese etc, is a real hierarchy of hate which functions more or less like a hierarchy of need. It is obvious to any observer that blacks, when no whites are about, hate each other with an extreme passion - why do you think that they *always* murdering each other? But when whites happen to be in the vicinity, some sort of unconscious, no doubt genetically determined, instinctive survival mode kicks in - whites are the alien ones and therefore a threat to *our* genetic self interest as manifest in our kinship group - let's turn on the real and obvious enemy. And so the natural belligerence finds a common target. Whitey is chased out, and they happily turn on each other ever after.

    , @El Dato
    @Rob McX


    What motivates them is usually anger or resentment at whoever happens to be upsetting them at any given time.
     
    Black Murder Hornets!
  151. @Days of Broken Arrows
    @Anon

    Next stop: Yelling at anyone from Pizza Hut because no one there is Italian.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @TomSchmidt

    Next stop: Yelling at anyone from Pizza Hut because no one there is Italian.

    A long-gone Pizza Hut in St Paul was a door or two up from Planned Parenthood. I was afraid to ask where they sourced their toppings.

    At any rate, no cola boba for Tola Roba.

  152. @Colin Wright
    I'm getting the distinct impression that somehow, we've all wound up in an insane asylum where the worst of the inmates are posing as the warders.

    How can the governor of a state seriously say something like this? Aside from the detail that it's simply not true, doesn't he realize the extent to which it will add to the mayhem and destruction?

    Blacks really were bad enough already. Egging them on with invented pretexts for even more extravagant displays of violence really is some form of deliberate social sabotage.

    What's the plan here? It's all so nonsensical it starts making one vaguely consider the possible merits of all the successive conspiracy theories. Maybe one of them is true; what else could explain all this?

    God help us. I feel like stocking up on canned goods and buying more ammunition. I do not like wherever it is this particular choo-choo is going.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @Neo Morpheus, @vhrm, @Stephen Paul Foster, @Authenticjazzman, @Whiskey, @Negrolphin Pool

    Well, if one truly harbored a homicidal bloodlust against everyday blacks, in terms of raw body counts they couldn’t do much better than the current crop of Dem BLM enthusiasts.

  153. @Anonymous Jew
    @Altai

    Reminds me of the argument that we should go back to the old non-PC days of an all male police force with large and physical individuals that are not afraid to throw their weight around. (Of course now it may be difficult to find any decent person with a 100+ IQ that wants to be a LEO).

    I’m really surprised the officer opened fire considering the political climate. I know the adrenaline is flowing and it’s hard to calculate actions, but maybe he should have waited for the perp to actually grab a weapon. I can’t determine if the officer was right or wrong, but instead trying to look at it from the officer’s perspective knowing I probably don’t want to be the next Derek Chauvin.

    On another note, I’m kind of surprised no LEO has gone postal. They’ve remained incredibly professional despite being figuratively and literally spit on and abused all while carrying loaded weapons.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    I’m really surprised the officer opened fire considering the political climate.

    It may be that the political climate made it more necessary to open fire. After three months of anarchy on the streets, black perps may be more brazen now than they would otherwise be, with a greater likelihood of cops being shot if they don’t shoot first.

    • Agree: J.Ross, Redman
  154. @Honesthughgrant
    He tried to warn us = hilarious.

    We'll find out the facts later, now is the time for the Democrat media and politicians to hysterically demand the cops be charged with first degree murder, and cheer on the rioters, property destruction, and violence.

    My Guess? He was armed or told police he had a gun in the car and was going to use it. ignored commands to not go into car for the gun OR reached for a gun in his waist band and they shot him.

    Another point. Someone else, up thread, stated he was wanted for rape. So, leaving the gun aside, I'm not too sure what the correct procedure is when a rape suspect, tells the police "screw you" and gets into his car to drive away. Are the police just supposed to wave goodbye? Or can they use deadly force? What is the law? Any intelligent answers - based on knowledge - appreciated.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42, @Grahamsno(G64)

    Many jurisdictions (especially on the Left Coast) essentially have a “no pursuit” policy regarding vehicles. This is based on municipalities’ fear of being sued if a fleeing suspect hits a vehicle or pedestrian. So unless the call is initiated by a violent felony IN PROGRESS, any cop who chases a fleeing vehicle is facing a civil suit and loss of his job. Oh, he can turn on his lights and give ’em a blast on the siren…radio in the description and direction of travel…but anything other than that would be outside the scope of his duties, as currently defined. Waving goodbye is optional.

    The type and amount of force police are allowed to used in any given situation is based on a continuum. Each situation is based on an officer’s “reasonable and necessary” response to an offender’s actions, and there are usually about half-a-dozen levels in the continuum. In this case, the suspect was being “actively resistant” by walking away from police who had given him lawful commands to stand still. When faced with an actively-resistant suspect, police are typically allowed to choose from a selection of tools, tactics, and techniques that include Tasers, pepper spray, and wrestling/grappling techniques. (Most of today’s officers eschew the physical approach due to their inability to successfully apply physical force.) Once the suspect began entering the vehicle, training and experience would lead the officers to conclude that he was either attempting to access a weapon therein, or to get in and drive off in a manner that might endanger themselves or others, and at that point deadly force becomes reasonable.

    What is confusing to both officers and observers in this situation is the fact that the cops pointed their pistols at him while giving verbal commands. This “draw-and-direct” technique is authorized when officers can articulate that the suspect might pose a threat to their safety. By holding the suspect at gunpoint, the idea is to overwhelm him with the potential for deadly force and to gain compliance via the Al Capone technique: “A gun and a kind word go a lot farther than a kind word alone”. The glitch in this technique comes when the suspect does not comply, but simply seeks to get away. Since police are forbidden from shooting most fleeing felons under Tennessee vs. Garner, they have to then re-holster their pistols and transition to one of the accepted compliance techniques for actively-resistant subjects, which is very hard to do both physically and psychologically when the adrenaline is flowing.

    So you get what we have here today. If police departments still confined their hiring to tough, athletic males and then gave them realistic combatives training that was refreshed on a regular basis, the dead guy would have been double-legged to the pavement and jointlocked into submission prior to handcuffing. He would still be alive to continue his career of aerospace physics research. However, it would have “looked bad” to treat him with the same level of violence that any high school wrestler experiences during every match.

    And so it goes.

    • Agree: El Dato
  155. @Anon
    OT: Noxious Ethiopian woman berates Asian workers in tea shop, claiming that they're stealing black culture. She claims Boba tea is black. It's actually Asian in origin. Anyway, she cuts off the video when a black man begins to berate her for being an ass.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1297623561239031808?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1297623561239031808%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fthepostmillennial.com%2Fblack-woman-accuses-asian-boba-trap-tea-owners-of-appropriating-black-culture

    Replies: @Jake, @Chrisnonymous, @Daniel Chieh, @Days of Broken Arrows, @El Dato, @AnotherDad, @Ragno

    Boba Tea and his brother Boba Fat are actually Samoan.

  156. Black mayoral candidate in Sumter SC captures the nightmare of her kidnapping and assault on a cell phone. If only she had taken acting lessons from Jussie Smollet, and he had adopted the cell phone angle from her.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8658725/Woman-running-mayor-South-Carolina-arrested-staging-kidnapping-beating.html

  157. @wren
    @Altai

    It doesn't look like that many Somalians directly move to Wisconsin, as of a few years ago.

    https://www.wiscontext.org/refugee-resettlement-wisconsin-numbers

    I spent many summers on the shore of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin when I was young.

    Paradise.

    Winter, maybe not.

    Replies: @profnasty, @Reg Cæsar

    It doesn’t look like that many Somalians directly move to Wisconsin, as of a few years ago.

    She may be Somali– there are a million or two in Ethiopia– but she’s not “Somalian”. That’d be someone from that particular state. Or “state”.

    I’d like to know if she is a refugee, and if so, from what? Minorities are looked down upon in Ethiopia, but how “oppressed” are they? At any rate, she has an American accent, and was either born here or came young.

    She’s certainly got the female entitlement. Women have been voting in Colorado since 1893, the second state* to allow it.

    East African women are a fiery bunch, particularly Somalis, but, like Asians, they generally don’t confront their men head-on. They’ll take on somebody else.

    *Utah already did, too, but wasn’t a state until 1896. In fact, Utah’s women voted before Wyoming’s, due to the timing of their elections. New Jersey’s suffrage was accidental, less than universal, and short-lived, so that doesn’t count.

    • Replies: @wren
    @Reg Cæsar

    If we're talking about the bubble tea chick in Colorado, my guess is that she spends a lot of her time in college classes being praised for everything she says and does and has noticed that Omar in Minnesota gets the same treatment, no matter how many laws she breaks. All her fraud seems to be an open secret now. Does anyone still think she didn't marry her own brother?

    I'm guessing that she wants to be the next governor of Colorado or something, and needs some more media attention before she joins the squad.

    Just guessing.

    I looked at a lot of aortas and bowels and bras and teas and lies and wails but I couldn't find a good anagram.

  158. @HammerJack

    STILL ignored cops’ threats and walked into his car to grab something while under arrest?
     
    Prolly wanted his puppa drank.

    Question: why did the ladies call the cops in the first place?

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    The callers wanted him to be “miracled” into custody.

  159. @Authenticjazzman
    @Svigor

    "Trumps going to lose"

    No he is not, and furthermore you can go screw yourself, you Democrat moron.

    AJM

    Replies: @Lurker, @sayless

    I think it’ll be Trump by a landslide, assuming there will be an election this year. I’ve made a bet against it. Made the same bet in 2016 and lost.

  160. @Supply and Demand
    @Art Deco

    Kenosha is quite White. Nearby Racine is not, at least for Wisconsin. Worse for Kenosha -- the Racine ghetto directly abuts some of the nicer new developments in North Kenosha surrounding the two Universities -- UW Parkside & Carthage College. The ghetto itself is quite large and spread out, like most of the Milwaukee-style projects are, surrounded by rows of subsidized housing. There's also a fleet of public buses that drive along 27th Avenue that deposit blacks and Africanized Whites (Poles, mostly) into Goodwhite central shopping districts surrounded by university students and Reagan Democrats who earn north of 150k a year.

    Replies: @Art Deco, @Eric Novak

    Kenosha is quite White. Nearby Racine is not, at least for Wisconsin.

    The two counties are each 10% black. I’d like a look at the Census tract data, but the Census Bureau has withdrawn the application that allows you to do that and replaced it with something that’s dysfunctional. Your government at work.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
    @Art Deco

    Racine is 20%, Kenosha 10%

    , @Johann Ricke
    @Art Deco


    The two counties are each 10% black. I’d like a look at the Census tract data, but the Census Bureau has withdrawn the application that allows you to do that and replaced it with something that’s dysfunctional. Your government at work.
     
    Obama's residual influence. Will a 2nd Trump term undo all of Obama's sabotage? We can only hope so.
  161. @Redneck farmer
    As Jim Goad says, what can we do about the epidemic of black men who won't obey the police?

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    Any cop who has worked in a city larger than Mayberry has met George Floyd dozens of times over the course of his career.

  162. @SteveRogers42
    @Altai

    You would be surprised to know how little training police get in what is euphemistically known as "defensive tactics" (what most people would refer to as "fighting techniques") . Police administrators would much rather have a cop get killed through ineptitude than risk him having skills that might injure a suspect in the course of an arrest-and-control situation. In most departments there is not even any ongoing physical fitness qualifying standard after a rookie is out of the Academy.

    In all fairness, police unions exacerbate this situation by terming any proposal for improved/increased training as "a change of working conditions" that requires a concomitant pay raise, which of course shuts down any reform attempt.

    Good catch regarding the female officer. Approximately 25% of any given PD is composed of women, and the overwhelming majority are both unable and unwilling to engage in any sort of combat. The height restrictions were abolished so as to enable the creation of PDs that "look more like America", and various things like the Academy obstacle course were removed so as to make the physical feebleness of the females less obvious.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    Per the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 18% of all patrolmen are female; about 10% of their supervisors are. Plainclothes are about 23% female.

    • Replies: @SteveRogers42
    @Art Deco

    Glad you found the stats. I was just going with my thumbnail appraisal.

    Wonder if they have broken out the number of females in positions such as Community Liaison Officer, DARE officer, School Resource Officer, Public Information Officer, front desk, etc.?

    Replies: @Art Deco

  163. Anonymous[202] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rob McX
    @anon


    Black Americans are tribal. Offending one member of the tribe offends all of them.
     
    Sort of. They react angrily to whites interfering in their criminal activities. But they don't have anything close to a healthy racial solidarity. What motivates them is usually anger or resentment at whoever happens to be upsetting them at any given time. Most black criminals' victims are also black. It's not that they consciously choose victims of their own race, it's just that members of their own race are easier to find.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @El Dato

    Indeed.

    Wrapped up in this apparent ‘sticking together’ against whitey – or Indian or Arab or Chinese etc, is a real hierarchy of hate which functions more or less like a hierarchy of need. It is obvious to any observer that blacks, when no whites are about, hate each other with an extreme passion – why do you think that they *always* murdering each other? But when whites happen to be in the vicinity, some sort of unconscious, no doubt genetically determined, instinctive survival mode kicks in – whites are the alien ones and therefore a threat to *our* genetic self interest as manifest in our kinship group – let’s turn on the real and obvious enemy. And so the natural belligerence finds a common target. Whitey is chased out, and they happily turn on each other ever after.

    • Agree: Rob McX
  164. @Frank McGar
    We are living in some sort of Orwellian nightmare You couldn't have a more clear-cut case of a justified police shooting than this. Why is it that EVERY SINGLE TIME the guy is resisting arrest in some way? In an arrest situation, especially when the suspect has warrants and previous arrests for violent felonies, once that guy reaches into his vehicle all bets are off. He is then justifiably perceived to be either 1.) reaching for a weapon, or 2.) about to get into a vehicle with other people, hence putting their lives and the lives of the general public at risk. Two cops are issuing commands with weapons drawn and he just casually walks around to the other side of the car and reaches into it- I guess he just didn't feel like getting arrested that day..the mean cops should have just let him drive off.

    All this talk about police needing more training, maybe we need to start training people in the hood to not resist arrest and further exacerbate an intense situtaion. I mean, this is getting fucking ridiculous. On top of this you have the governor virtue-signalling and effectively giving the green light to people who are looking to to burn the city down. The gaslighting on social media is so out of control it doesn't even feel real ("Black man shot in the back 7 times in front of his kids", etc) Waiting for Ashton Kuchar to show up with a camera crew and tell us all we've been Punk'd.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes

    They’re raised by their mothers. They’ve never in their lives even heard, still less obeyed, orders from a man.

  165. @Ben tillman
    @Anonymous

    Who is “he”? Jim Morrison died 21 years earlier. Blood on the streets in the town of New Haven. . . .

    Replies: @Random Anonymous

    https://genius.com/Sublime-april-29-1992-lyrics

    I like the “Peace Frog” reference too.

    • Thanks: Ben tillman
  166. Jacob Blake had a warrant out for his arrest at the time of the shooting and had a history of gun violence. He had drawn a weapon on bar patrons and attacked police officers about 5 years ago.

  167. @guest007
    Steve,

    Your hypothesis about Benjamin Crump will get another test. He is already representing the family in this. Does this means that it all goes sideways for the narrative or will this be the first time that what Benjamin Crump is shown to be correct on the details?

    Replies: @Abolish_public_education

    I am so sick and tired of lawyers who earn big contingency fees off of suing the government.

    The taxpayers get screwed twice: First, for paying for some public service that they never wanted. Second, for paying damages to “victims” of said service.

    • Replies: @guest007
    @Abolish_public_education

    And what percent of the public do you think would want to live in a country without police or any local law enforcement. Have you ever seen the Mad Max movies?

  168. @anon
    @Ben tillman

    She's that weird black giantess who they put into the all-girl Ghostbusters movie, playing the role of Ernie Hudson. She was on Saturday Night Live at the time, and as I recall, nobody ever thought she was funny or talented or likeable, but in early 2016, she was in a bunch of television commercials, because advertisers seemed to think we deserved it.

    One fun thing about her is that she has this tendency to mug for the camera, which results in a lot of pictures of her looking like she stepped out of one of those old Warner Bros cartoons from the 1940s, that they have to put a disclaimer on now. For example: https://celebrityinsider.org/leslie-jones-slams-jason-reitmans-new-ghostbusters-film-compares-situation-to-trump-236825/

    Also, I guess she tweets out really stupid takes on current events. So, if you're a female U-U minister, and you want to lend some gravitas to your brilliant line about how hate speech isn't free speech, you can quote Leslie Jones as saying it, instead of just saying it yourself.

    Replies: @botazefa, @Pontius

    Leslie Jones was hilarious on SNL.

  169. @JimDandy
    @Warner

    100 percent his fault. I'm curious to hear what he was reaching for in that car.

    Replies: @Seneca44, @Ray Cissman

    It matters not.

  170. @Neo Morpheus
    You don’t say....

    “Empower Wisconsin | Dec. 4, 2019

    By M.D. Kittle

    MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers spent more than a day hobnobbing with big liberal donors in Washington, D.C. last month, according to a copy of the Democrat’s schedule obtained by Empower Wisconsin through an open records request.

    The governor’s spokespeople at the time refused to confirm Evers’ trip to the Fall 2019 Investment Conference sponsored by the progressive Democracy Alliance, described as a secretive coalition of more than 100 millionaire and billionaire donors.

    The fact that it took an open records request to confirm the governor’s political trip says a great deal about the secretive Evers administration.

    Evers and two other Dem governors — Gretchen Whitmer, of Michigan, and Laura Kelly, of Kansas — were tapped as the warm-up act for U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the fundraiser, according to a Democracy Alliance agenda.

    As the Free Beacon reported, the three-day event was held at D.C.’s five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel to “plot (the Democracy Alliance’s) upcoming agenda leading up to the 2020 elections.”

    The left-wing group is organized by billionaire currency speculator George Soros. Soros has contributed hundreds of millions of dollars to liberal organizations that do not disclose their donors, even as progressive groups push their phony narrative about conservative “dark money” networks.”

    Replies: @John Milton’s Ghost

    [sarc] Don’t be anti Semitic !

  171. @Altai
    On the topic of the guy not being intimidated by the police physically since one was a woman and the other two were considerably shorter and more dumpy than him. (And presumably making the calculation they wouldn't dare use their guns) Somebody doxed the apparent lead officer (Though I'm not sure if he was the first to fire or fired at all) and seem to have accidentally revealed that he didn't look like judge Dredd but an affable-looking Kenosha progressive.

    https://twitter.com/TaylorJade36/status/1297735925326401536

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EgJ78b-XYAA_MQ2.jpg

    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/G/01/digital/video/hero/Movies/2012/Dredd-152500700-9382349-208898._V395310752_SX1080_.jpg

    But to the crazy people, these two have the same energy.

    Replies: @El Dato

    The trench gun was specifically invented to remove Germans from premises for the Great Glory of Woodlouse Wilson.

    Maybe the blue ones should replace their plinkers with those more morally impressive devices.

  172. Completely OT: Daring conclusions about shootings from Mr Matt Perfect at the UK National Crime Authority:

    The link between drugs, violent crime and guns is all too clear. As the National Crime Authority’s head of firearms response, Matt Perfect said: “Illicit commodities are becoming more prevalent, the supply and demand of illicit commodities is becoming more prevalent and then this unfortunate spike in gun crime. I would make a professional judgment that the two are tied together.”

    (£10k fines won’t bother UK’s gun-toting, drug-dealing rave organisers: They’ve adapted to ‘new normal’ more profitably than anyone)

  173. @anonymous
    Don't worry Steve, the Kenosha rioters/looters, oops I mean Peaceful Protesters will not be cheated out of their opportunities to score some free swag.

    What Kenosha, Racine and Milwaukee lack in terms of high end shopping districts is more than made up for in the outlet malls just over the Illinois border lining both sides of I-94 for 60 miles.

    BLM will have a great chance to stock up on some fine Wisconsin cheese and summer sausage to help them making it through the harsh winter while trapped in their now food deserts.

    Sadly local Antifa/Vegan ISIS will have a tougher time of it.

    Replies: @Muggles

    >>BLM will have a great chance to stock up on some fine Wisconsin cheese and summer sausage to help them making it through the harsh winter while trapped in their now food deserts.

    Sadly local Antifa/Vegan ISIS will have a tougher time of it.<<

    Very good!

    So for the "white allies" it will be kimchi and really hard, tough turnips all winter long. In Wisconsin no less.

    They'll have to bulk up before the Spring riot season.

  174. While we do not have all of the details yet …
    ….
    In the coming days, we will demand just that of elected officials in our state who have failed to recognize the racism in our state and our country for far too long.

    If i had to pick i’d rather keep Jacob Blake around than Tony Evers.

    Jake Blake just sounds like he’s just your basic low IQ impulsive asshole. In a civilized society not too hard to handle.

    In contrast Tony Evers is an enemy of civilization. Head belongs on a pike.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @AnotherDad

    Yes, the people who provide cover for the rioters (mayors, governors, media, corporations, colleges) are worse than the foot soldiers. If Trump wins, I'd like to see him somehow do serious damage to the enablers. Tweeting and tough talk isn't enough.

    , @Known Fact
    @AnotherDad

    Dozer has more brains and dignity than Evers and Blake put together. In fact, it might be fun if we did put Evans and Blake together

  175. @Art Deco
    @Supply and Demand

    Kenosha is quite White. Nearby Racine is not, at least for Wisconsin.

    The two counties are each 10% black. I'd like a look at the Census tract data, but the Census Bureau has withdrawn the application that allows you to do that and replaced it with something that's dysfunctional. Your government at work.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand, @Johann Ricke

    Racine is 20%, Kenosha 10%

  176. Karma = BLM rioters burning all the cars in a Unitarian Universalist church parking lot.

    Who says there is no God?

    • LOL: J.Ross, AnotherDad
  177. @DextersLabRat
    @Dumbo

    They also see the police as a white institution. If the vast majority of police were black, I don't think whites would be as condoning of white criminals getting shot.

    Replies: @Dumbo

    I assume that now the vast majority of the police in South Africa is black (at least 80% according to link below). Not sure if they shoot many white criminals, though.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/14/world/africa/south-africa-apartheid-police-killings.html

    The real issue is that there tend to be much more black criminals than white criminals, either in the U.S. or in South Africa.

    However, I agree that racial differences contribute to the problem. Although I am not sure if American police is still a “white institution”. Increasingly it has lots of latinos, asians and blacks too. In fact many of the cops who shot blacks in the last years were not exactly white. And there was that Somali cop who shot an innocent white woman in Minneapolis, of all places. No riots.

    • Replies: @DextersLabRat
    @Dumbo

    Because it got no media coverage. Just like the little boy who was just murdered in cold blood. Or the Berkeley student. The media does not report on it. The hashtags and trending topics are suppressed. It doesn't show up on the Facebook news summary. The late night shows don't cover it. It doesn't get referenced by professors in university classes. Social media influencers don't cover it.

    The entire system is set up so that if you say "hey, this black guy just murdered a white person in cold blood, and it's happened a lot recently, let's do something about it", you're ejected from polite society. Hell, even if you're just a regular person and tweet about it, at best you'll have a stern visit from the HR department, at worst you're permanently unemployable. So no one covers it. The people can't become angry if they never know.

  178. @Reg Cæsar
    @wren

    It doesn’t look like that many Somalians directly move to Wisconsin, as of a few years ago.
     She may be Somali-- there are a million or two in Ethiopia-- but she's not "Somalian". That'd be someone from that particular state. Or "state".

    I'd like to know if she is a refugee, and if so, from what? Minorities are looked down upon in Ethiopia, but how "oppressed" are they? At any rate, she has an American accent, and was either born here or came young.

    She's certainly got the female entitlement. Women have been voting in Colorado since 1893, the second state* to allow it.

    East African women are a fiery bunch, particularly Somalis, but, like Asians, they generally don't confront their men head-on. They'll take on somebody else.


    *Utah already did, too, but wasn't a state until 1896. In fact, Utah's women voted before Wyoming's, due to the timing of their elections. New Jersey's suffrage was accidental, less than universal, and short-lived, so that doesn't count.

    Replies: @wren

    If we’re talking about the bubble tea chick in Colorado, my guess is that she spends a lot of her time in college classes being praised for everything she says and does and has noticed that Omar in Minnesota gets the same treatment, no matter how many laws she breaks. All her fraud seems to be an open secret now. Does anyone still think she didn’t marry her own brother?

    I’m guessing that she wants to be the next governor of Colorado or something, and needs some more media attention before she joins the squad.

    Just guessing.

    I looked at a lot of aortas and bowels and bras and teas and lies and wails but I couldn’t find a good anagram.

  179. @Seneca44
    @JimDandy

    Yes, lots of ink spilled over hand wringing comments about another innocent black shot by police. Unsaid is the 0.5 seconds that the police officer has to decide if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.

    Replies: @Bill Jones, @John Johnson

    ” if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.”

    In the real world Cops are ten times more likely to kill people than to be killed.
    1000 killed a year by them versus 100 killed a year of them.

    • Replies: @Matt Buckalew
    @Bill Jones

    Why do nerds like you think this is supposed to be a fair fight? Police are supposed to have a monopoly on force. Just because your dad bounced when you were five doesn’t mean you have to hate order and it’s upholders.

    Replies: @Anonymousse

    , @AnotherDad
    @Bill Jones


    ” if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.”

    In the real world Cops are ten times more likely to kill people than to be killed.
    1000 killed a year by them versus 100 killed a year of them.
     
    I grabbed for that thought too, but you'll note Seneca has a key word in there--"innocent".

    The cops screwup--sometimes just insanely or thuggishly--and kill innocents. But overwhelmingly the cops kill very non-innocent criminals who need killing. If we didn't have cops the "neighborhood association" would have killed, or run off, most of these dirtbags.

    And that is really the standard in judging police behavior. If the police did not exist, is this the sort of action the men of the community take to maintain their civilization? In most cases the answer is "yes". And the "no" cases of actually misbehavior stand out like sore thumbs.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Bill Jones

    , @Adam Smith
    @Bill Jones

    Officers killed by gunfire make for better headlines but most cops die of mundane car crashes, usually speeding and careless inattentive driving.

    "If going home after your shift is important to you, please take a closer look at your personal driving habits. " "Think before you speed."

    https://www.officer.com/on-the-street/article/21120014/its-not-all-gunfights

  180. @Jim Bob Lassiter
    "Tonight, Jacob Blake was shot in the back multiple times, in broad daylight, in Kenosha, Wisconsin."

    The Magic Governor. He can create broad daylight at night.

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @J.Ross

    Lol. How did I miss that?

  181. Also, why do these “activists” always pick the worst ones to beatify? With all the rhetoric about black people being in constant fear of being shot by the police at any given moment you’d think they’d be able to find some “Erkel” law-abiding type who was gunned down by police for no reason while walking to school, but it just. never. happens. Best they can ever do is a multiple violent felon resisting arrest. But he was getting his life together, going back to school, blah, blah, blah.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Frank McGar

    That’s because most blacks, when stopped or questioned by police just comply. That includes most blacks with criminal records, as well as law abiding ones.

    The ones who resist usually have warrants out, illegal drugs or guns on them or in the car, are driving stolen cars, gross violators of privation or parole violations or whacked out in drugs or drink. They are smart enough to know that with the warrants out, any contact with police will result in arrest. But they can’t control themselves so they do things that result in police contact and arrest.

    Mike Brown and friend had just robbed a store and assaulted a clerk.

    Rodney King driving 100 MPH violation of parole conditions whacked out on an illegal drug.

    St George passing counterfeit bills possession of fentanyl an illegal drug carrying severe penalties.

    Kenosha scumbag, warrant out for rape, police called by women he was beating. In most states, domestic violence laws; one or both combatants locked up for a few days. But Kenosha scumbag just couldn’t control himself enough to avoid police contact.

    The BLM activists have to make martyrs out of St George and the Kenosha scumbag types because those are the blacks who turn a simple arrest into a death by cop. The average black criminal in possession of illegal drugs guns and with warrants out complies with the arrest.

    The St George types are rare.

    Kenosha is 10 percent black. That’s the tipping point

    Replies: @Jane Plain

  182. From the Racine County Eye

    British rapper Harrison Armstrong should lead a group to purchase this organ, along with Minnesota’s Tee Times, the Sacramento Bee, and the Sea News. The resulting merger would publish the Bee-Eye-Tee-Sea-Aitch.

    Democratic Gov. Evers went on:

    While we do not have all of the details yet…

    Leave it to Evers. Black Lives Mathers.

  183. @Patrick in SC
    This whole resisiting arrest thing, which is only going to get much worse now, IMO, is a variant of the "walking in traffic" thing I thought I was the only one who noticed but I've seen other commenters mention as well.

    E.g. Blacks walking into traffic basically begging and even hoping to get hit so they can get paid. (It's also a pride thing: "I ain't yielding to no cracker") The fact that they might end up dead, and that death is like, forever, doesn't seem to compute. I guess it's part of that conceptualizing time thingy.*

    *I'm not suggesting either phenomenon is a common thing by any means. It's just that with getting shot while resisting arrest, it only takes 3 or 4 a year to keep the country burning for 365 days.

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Colin Wright

    This whole resisiting arrest thing, which is only going to get much worse now, IMO, is a variant of the “walking in traffic” thing I thought I was the only one who noticed but I’ve seen other commenters mention as well.

    E.g. Blacks walking into traffic basically begging and even hoping to get hit so they can get paid. (It’s also a pride thing: “I ain’t yielding to no cracker”) The fact that they might end up dead, and that death is like, forever, doesn’t seem to compute. I guess it’s part of that conceptualizing time thingy.*

    It’s an exercise in social dominance.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @ben tillman

    When they do it calmly, yes, but I've also seen them run directly in front of me and then stop and look at me with a shocked, surprised face, so some times they they really are just not thinking.

  184. @anon
    Governor Evers is fanning the flames, and obviously wants Chicago-style riots in Wisconsin. People will be hurt and even killed by results of his words, yet he will not be blamed.

    Clown world is stupid.

    Replies: @Pontius

    Riot Envy.

    You aren’t a top-tier city until you’ve had a proper one.

    • LOL: TomSchmidt
  185. Tomorrow will be Achievement Unlocked: Ninety Consecutive Days of voluntary, completely preventable Rioting in major cities, which did everything they could to enable and encourage the rioters. But we will almost certainly see a hundred, and go up to (and maybe past) election day.

  186. @ben tillman
    @Patrick in SC


    This whole resisiting arrest thing, which is only going to get much worse now, IMO, is a variant of the “walking in traffic” thing I thought I was the only one who noticed but I’ve seen other commenters mention as well.

    E.g. Blacks walking into traffic basically begging and even hoping to get hit so they can get paid. (It’s also a pride thing: “I ain’t yielding to no cracker”) The fact that they might end up dead, and that death is like, forever, doesn’t seem to compute. I guess it’s part of that conceptualizing time thingy.*
     
    It's an exercise in social dominance.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    When they do it calmly, yes, but I’ve also seen them run directly in front of me and then stop and look at me with a shocked, surprised face, so some times they they really are just not thinking.

  187. @Jim Bob Lassiter
    "Tonight, Jacob Blake was shot in the back multiple times, in broad daylight, in Kenosha, Wisconsin."

    The Magic Governor. He can create broad daylight at night.

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @J.Ross

    Wow, and people don’t pick up on it because they’re such reliable liars that we’re all long used to them just lying all the time.

  188. @Dave Pinsen
    Maybe videos of cops shooting black suspects should be censored from social and traditional media for 24 hours. Give time to call up police or national guard reinforcements, have political leaders and police chiefs hold press conferences, etc.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Anonymousse, @Lagertha

    Maybe people who burn down random buildings and attack innocent people for any and every pretext need to be driven the F out of our formerly civilized country.

    • Replies: @Richard B
    @Anonymousse


    Maybe people who burn down random buildings and attack innocent people for any and every pretext need to be driven the F out of our formerly civilized country.
     
    But they won't be.

    Exactly because it's a formerly civilized country.

    Which means, what's been driven out of the country is civilization itself.

    The whole point of which was the circumnavigation of the use of force.

    The USA is now officially a Barbarian country.

    The whole point of which is the absence of any standard.

    Except violence, of course.

    What must it be like to be a parent there.

    Or a child.

  189. @Anonymous
    @Altai

    The increase in WI is from blacks moving from IL. The difference in safety between Chicago and Kenosha is pretty stark.

    Replies: @Redman

    Maybe for now. Check back in a few years.

  190. @AnotherDad

    While we do not have all of the details yet ...
    ....
    In the coming days, we will demand just that of elected officials in our state who have failed to recognize the racism in our state and our country for far too long.
     
    If i had to pick i'd rather keep Jacob Blake around than Tony Evers.

    Jake Blake just sounds like he's just your basic low IQ impulsive asshole. In a civilized society not too hard to handle.

    In contrast Tony Evers is an enemy of civilization. Head belongs on a pike.

    Replies: @Anon, @Known Fact

    Yes, the people who provide cover for the rioters (mayors, governors, media, corporations, colleges) are worse than the foot soldiers. If Trump wins, I’d like to see him somehow do serious damage to the enablers. Tweeting and tough talk isn’t enough.

    • Agree: 36 ulster
  191. @Altai
    @Anonymous

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn't seem to involve herself in the final confrontation. It should never have been allowed to get to that point, that's crazy. They let him go all the way into his car to retrieve what they assumed was a weapon. Or maybe they wanted him to give them cause? Maybe they weren't confident about a physical take-down because they thought other people might intervene.

    Maybe the old rules about height restrictions for police were a good idea. Those officers weren't confident about restraining the suspect, even with two of them and the guy assumed they weren't prepared to use their weapons. But then, after all this, I don't think they'll ever be able to be so picky with police again.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Thoughts, @Neo Morpheus, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous Jew, @SteveRogers42, @Anonymousse, @Anonymous

    Yeah they should have just used a choke hold like with Garner, or a nonviolent restraint position, like with Floyd, or used a taser like with Rashard Brooks, or maybe pain compliance like with Rodney King.

    Are you actually serious right now?

  192. @Colin Wright
    @prosa123

    'Factoid: much of the human hair sold for use in weaves, as mentioned in your 2016 article, comes from concentration camp prisoners in China.'

    That wouldn't bother blacks. They hate Asians even more than they hate everyone else.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @SunBakedSuburb, @stat in the hat

    • LOL: Bubba
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @stat in the hat

    Thanks.

  193. @SunBakedSuburb
    @Neo Morpheus

    "Trust the plan."

    Sure, go ahead and trust Q's nebulous plan. It's not a psyop at all. And while you're at it, follow the lead of Alt-Right celebrity Richard Spencer and vote Democrat. Also, check out the new line of Fire Island beachwear designed and marketed by Richard and his partner Gavin McInnes. They're not frauds or DOJ operatives at all.

    Replies: @Redman

    Gavin lives in my Westchester town and has three kids and a lovely wife. Not sure what you’re smoking.

    He’s had to deal with more shot than anyone I’ve seen from the good whites who make up 95 percent of our local population.

    Spencer’s a jerk.

    • Agree: Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
    @Redman

    What town is that?

    Westchester went from two Jewish Democrats in Congress to soontwo Black Democrats, one gay.

    Replies: @ben tillman

  194. @anon
    @Ben tillman

    She's that weird black giantess who they put into the all-girl Ghostbusters movie, playing the role of Ernie Hudson. She was on Saturday Night Live at the time, and as I recall, nobody ever thought she was funny or talented or likeable, but in early 2016, she was in a bunch of television commercials, because advertisers seemed to think we deserved it.

    One fun thing about her is that she has this tendency to mug for the camera, which results in a lot of pictures of her looking like she stepped out of one of those old Warner Bros cartoons from the 1940s, that they have to put a disclaimer on now. For example: https://celebrityinsider.org/leslie-jones-slams-jason-reitmans-new-ghostbusters-film-compares-situation-to-trump-236825/

    Also, I guess she tweets out really stupid takes on current events. So, if you're a female U-U minister, and you want to lend some gravitas to your brilliant line about how hate speech isn't free speech, you can quote Leslie Jones as saying it, instead of just saying it yourself.

    Replies: @botazefa, @Pontius

    Didn’t she also star in a hacked phone video doing the difficult brown?

  195. @Neo Morpheus
    🧐

    “Empower Wisconsin | Dec. 4, 2019

    By M.D. Kittle

    MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers spent more than a day hobnobbing with big liberal donors in Washington, D.C. last month, according to a copy of the Democrat’s schedule obtained by Empower Wisconsin through an open records request.

    The governor’s spokespeople at the time refused to confirm Evers’ trip to the Fall 2019 Investment Conference sponsored by the progressive Democracy Alliance, described as a secretive coalition of more than 100 millionaire and billionaire donors.

    The fact that it took an open records request to confirm the governor’s political trip says a great deal about the secretive Evers administration.

    Evers and two other Dem governors — Gretchen Whitmer, of Michigan, and Laura Kelly, of Kansas — were tapped as the warm-up act for U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the fundraiser, according to a Democracy Alliance agenda.

    As the Free Beacon reported, the three-day event was held at D.C.’s five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel to “plot (the Democracy Alliance’s) upcoming agenda leading up to the 2020 elections.”

    The left-wing group is organized by billionaire currency speculator George Soros. Soros has contributed hundreds of millions of dollars to liberal organizations that do not disclose their donors, even as progressive groups push their phony narrative about conservative “dark money” networks.“

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @JimDandy

    Neo, thank you and I look forward to the nyt’s headline that reads:’ Liberals Saddened by the Passing of Billionaire Mega Donor George Soros.”

  196. @Colin Wright
    @Thoughts

    'There was something sad/pathetic about what happened to George Floyd

    But this dude was just full on acting like the law didn’t apply to him'

    ...and he had behaved that way before.

    He's really a microcosm of why blacks get shot so often by the police.

    They persistently behave in ways that make it more likely they will get shot by the police.

    It's really not very complicated.

    Replies: @Redman

    As I said from the beginning. And haven’t seen many others support this hypothesis. Floyd didn’t just OD on fentanyl, he did it in the police car he was struggling to get out of because of “claustrophobia.”

    Just read a summary of the Motion to Dismiss by the lawyer for one of the cops which alleges that the evidence shows Floyd tried to “get rid of his drugs” while he was being arrested. One video clearly shows him dropping 2 baggies when he first was removed from the car. No cameras in the car, but someone obviously knows something.

    There’s a lot of evidence we’re not hearing about in this case from the media (no surprise there) But it’s all pointing towards dismissal or acquittal for the cops. Then the real fun will start.

    Although by then, the next “wave” of Fentanyl Floyd riots may be a blip compared to the Mad Max chaos that will have become the “new normal.”

    • Agree: HammerJack
    • Replies: @Whiskey
    @Redman

    You are joking right? Justice, facts, rule of law. Neither White women not blacks feelz care about that stuff. Thats racist White man stuff.

    All black jury and judge convicts them all. Feelz don't care about facts.

    Spencer is also all in on Biden and Dems. He's a grifter 100% so that's a reliable indicator of a Dem blowout. There is no chance of Trump winning. None.

    When a grifter like Spencer, and Jeff Flake, and Kasich join Dems you know it's all over for White men and Trump. Those guys have to be ultra careful. Otherwise they will have to get a job and work for a living.

    , @Colin Wright
    @Redman

    'Although by then, the next “wave” of Fentanyl Floyd riots may be a blip compared to the Mad Max chaos that will have become the “new normal.”'

    Maybe. However, there are several trends here that may cool things off.

    First, Corona Virus mask enforcement is going to keep becoming more and more pro-forma. We've already peaked in my town; the supermarket still has its signs up, but no one's out there actually making you vaguely wave your mask. So much of this is just cabin fever; let people engage in more normal forms of recreation, and the appeal of this is going to plummet.

    Second, the election is coming. It's about to dawn on the media that if they keep whipping this crap up, they're going to hand the election to Trump. 'Woah there, Bessie...' The media turned all this on; if they feel like it, they can turn it off.

    Third, getting into late October, nights are going to start getting chilly. Riots are like barbecue or swimming pools; they're a warm-weather activity.

  197. Officer Sheskey is an absolutely standard police hire in the Current Year.

    What would have made him an anomaly (and what would have marked him for careful scrutiny by his chain of command) would have been if he had any visible muscle mass and if he had any expression more serious than that goofy grin pasted on his mug.

  198. @SMK
    @Anon

    Will Republicans condemn and call for the impeachment of Evers? Perhaps a few and meekly. Hopefully, this and much else will result in his defeat in the next election. But I doubt it.

    Why do Wisconsin and Minnesota have the worst blacks of all 50 states? Many Chicago blacks with the lowest IQs moved north to Wisconsin, virtually all of them, initially, to Milwaukee, Racine,, and Kenosha, and also to the Twin Cities for the more generous welfare benefits.

    Secondly, the white populations of Wisconsin and Minnesota are roughly half-German, who as a group are even more guilt-ridden, masochistic, and self-loathing than whites of other ethnicities because of what occurred in Germany from 1933-45. Alas, the scourge and inanity of collective guilt, for events and crimes they and their ancestors had nothing to do with, directly or remotely, and that occurred 75-87 years ago across an Ocean in another county before all but the very oldest of them were even born.

    This is one reason why black criminals in Wisconsin and Minnesota are even more indulged than those in other states. I wonder how long the savage who was shot and killed by police,, almost surely in self-defense, not that Evers and his ilk even care or will regret and apologize for "rushing to judgement" before knowing the facts -how long was he incarcerated, in jail or prison, for all the felonies he committed?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @duncsbaby

    Secondly, the white populations of Wisconsin and Minnesota are roughly half-German, who as a group are even more guilt-ridden, masochistic, and self-loathing than whites of other ethnicities because of what occurred in Germany from 1933-45.

    You negleted to cite your source for this, so as a courtesy I will supply it:

    • LOL: Bubba
    • Replies: @RVBlake
    @Reg Cæsar

    I've lived in the northern MN/WI area for 25 years and was intrigued to learn of this German guilt thingy.

  199. @Lurker
    @Jon


    Did they find a gun in the car?
     
    Yes. Behind the driver's seat.

    Replies: @Jane Plain

    Source?

    • Replies: @Matt Buckalew
    @Jane Plain

    Instagram sweetie.

    Replies: @Jane Plain

  200. @Art Deco
    @SteveRogers42

    Per the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 18% of all patrolmen are female; about 10% of their supervisors are. Plainclothes are about 23% female.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    Glad you found the stats. I was just going with my thumbnail appraisal.

    Wonder if they have broken out the number of females in positions such as Community Liaison Officer, DARE officer, School Resource Officer, Public Information Officer, front desk, etc.?

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @SteveRogers42

    Not that granular, no. Seems a waste of manpower to employ sworn officers as press agents and such, unless you need a place to put someone who is a few years short of retirement or who flamed out doing more consequential work. I suppose the uniform is part of the rhetoric of DARE, but it seems to me that studies of the value-added of DARE have shown it approaches nil. Women as school security seems appropriate only outside core cities. IMO, women in law enforcement belong in women's prisons and jails or as plainclothes investigators who have specialized expertise and are not promoted through the ranks. If they can't pass a common and selective physical fitness test, they shouldn't be in jobs where they have to mix it up with hoodlums.

    Replies: @Charlotte

  201. @SteveRogers42
    @ThreeCranes

    Modern police are not selected on the basis of demonstrated comfort with combative situations, and once hired, they receive neither the quality nor the quantity of training that would turn them into effective combatants. To the various mayors, city councilmen and chiefs of police, this is a feature, not a bug.

    In a genuine SHTF situation, roughly 75% of any given PD become non-combatants.

    Replies: @Anonymousse

    Someone very comfortable with unarmed combative situations and determined to be less lethal might have hit ol’ boy with a standing rear naked choke in that situation. Which is all kind of illegal for cops now. Without a chokehold or a judo blackbelt on a very good day, you’re not instantly immobilizing and taking a determined grown man down from the rear

    So just yelling “STAAAHP!” louder, was pretty much all that was available. You’re talking about combat training but police are increasingly limited to kindergarten teacher tier combat tactics.

    The rules of engagement are designed by lawyers and fat black lesbians on a political advisory committee who could really give a shit if officer Chuck Smith ever sees his kids again.

  202. @stat in the hat
    @Colin Wright

    www.wmcactionnews5.com/story/31369978/demonic-weaves-believed-to-be-root-of-hair-crimes/

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Thanks.

  203. I’ve had both cats (Siamese) and dogs (German Shepherd) and both races are most certainly Nazis at heart. I have had to mitigate their National Socialist tendencies in order to prevent genocide, both against lesser races like insects, rodents and in the case of the GSDs pretty much everything.

  204. @Anon
    OT: Noxious Ethiopian woman berates Asian workers in tea shop, claiming that they're stealing black culture. She claims Boba tea is black. It's actually Asian in origin. Anyway, she cuts off the video when a black man begins to berate her for being an ass.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1297623561239031808?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1297623561239031808%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fthepostmillennial.com%2Fblack-woman-accuses-asian-boba-trap-tea-owners-of-appropriating-black-culture

    Replies: @Jake, @Chrisnonymous, @Daniel Chieh, @Days of Broken Arrows, @El Dato, @AnotherDad, @Ragno

    She appears to have graduated this year from university & is extremely proud of being Ethiopian.

    I’ll note the she behaves like an American black and speaks with an “i went to college version” of the tedious–mindless repetitive shouting is our greatest strength!–American black style. Not like the few Ethiopians i’ve met.

    But that said, if she’s extremely “proud of being Ethiopian” … she belongs in Ethiopia!

    Her very presence in America is a statement that “white guys do it better”. Given minoritarian propaganda every immigrant needs to be reminded of that daily. If your people are so fricking great, what the hell are you doing here? If you love them so much, why aren’t you in your people’s nation pitching in?

    No. You came here because white guys–white genes/white culture–built a better nation (prosperity or rule of law or freedom or whatever) than wherever the heck you came from. Deal.

    • Agree: 36 ulster
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @AnotherDad

    '...No. You came here because white guys–white genes/white culture–built a better nation (prosperity or rule of law or freedom or whatever)...'

    Just all that sheer white goodness, I imagine. Let's face it: is there any other race you'd rather be? I mean, seriously. No take backs...

  205. @Redman
    @Colin Wright

    As I said from the beginning. And haven’t seen many others support this hypothesis. Floyd didn’t just OD on fentanyl, he did it in the police car he was struggling to get out of because of “claustrophobia.”

    Just read a summary of the Motion to Dismiss by the lawyer for one of the cops which alleges that the evidence shows Floyd tried to “get rid of his drugs” while he was being arrested. One video clearly shows him dropping 2 baggies when he first was removed from the car. No cameras in the car, but someone obviously knows something.

    There’s a lot of evidence we’re not hearing about in this case from the media (no surprise there) But it’s all pointing towards dismissal or acquittal for the cops. Then the real fun will start.

    Although by then, the next “wave” of Fentanyl Floyd riots may be a blip compared to the Mad Max chaos that will have become the “new normal.”

    Replies: @Whiskey, @Colin Wright

    You are joking right? Justice, facts, rule of law. Neither White women not blacks feelz care about that stuff. Thats racist White man stuff.

    All black jury and judge convicts them all. Feelz don’t care about facts.

    Spencer is also all in on Biden and Dems. He’s a grifter 100% so that’s a reliable indicator of a Dem blowout. There is no chance of Trump winning. None.

    When a grifter like Spencer, and Jeff Flake, and Kasich join Dems you know it’s all over for White men and Trump. Those guys have to be ultra careful. Otherwise they will have to get a job and work for a living.

  206. @Redman
    @Colin Wright

    As I said from the beginning. And haven’t seen many others support this hypothesis. Floyd didn’t just OD on fentanyl, he did it in the police car he was struggling to get out of because of “claustrophobia.”

    Just read a summary of the Motion to Dismiss by the lawyer for one of the cops which alleges that the evidence shows Floyd tried to “get rid of his drugs” while he was being arrested. One video clearly shows him dropping 2 baggies when he first was removed from the car. No cameras in the car, but someone obviously knows something.

    There’s a lot of evidence we’re not hearing about in this case from the media (no surprise there) But it’s all pointing towards dismissal or acquittal for the cops. Then the real fun will start.

    Although by then, the next “wave” of Fentanyl Floyd riots may be a blip compared to the Mad Max chaos that will have become the “new normal.”

    Replies: @Whiskey, @Colin Wright

    ‘Although by then, the next “wave” of Fentanyl Floyd riots may be a blip compared to the Mad Max chaos that will have become the “new normal.”’

    Maybe. However, there are several trends here that may cool things off.

    First, Corona Virus mask enforcement is going to keep becoming more and more pro-forma. We’ve already peaked in my town; the supermarket still has its signs up, but no one’s out there actually making you vaguely wave your mask. So much of this is just cabin fever; let people engage in more normal forms of recreation, and the appeal of this is going to plummet.

    Second, the election is coming. It’s about to dawn on the media that if they keep whipping this crap up, they’re going to hand the election to Trump. ‘Woah there, Bessie…’ The media turned all this on; if they feel like it, they can turn it off.

    Third, getting into late October, nights are going to start getting chilly. Riots are like barbecue or swimming pools; they’re a warm-weather activity.

    • Agree: Hibernian
  207. @AnotherDad
    @Anon


    She appears to have graduated this year from university & is extremely proud of being Ethiopian.
     
    I'll note the she behaves like an American black and speaks with an "i went to college version" of the tedious--mindless repetitive shouting is our greatest strength!--American black style. Not like the few Ethiopians i've met.

    But that said, if she's extremely "proud of being Ethiopian" ... she belongs in Ethiopia!

    Her very presence in America is a statement that "white guys do it better". Given minoritarian propaganda every immigrant needs to be reminded of that daily. If your people are so fricking great, what the hell are you doing here? If you love them so much, why aren't you in your people's nation pitching in?

    No. You came here because white guys--white genes/white culture--built a better nation (prosperity or rule of law or freedom or whatever) than wherever the heck you came from. Deal.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘…No. You came here because white guys–white genes/white culture–built a better nation (prosperity or rule of law or freedom or whatever)…’

    Just all that sheer white goodness, I imagine. Let’s face it: is there any other race you’d rather be? I mean, seriously. No take backs…

  208. Must *everybody* issue a statement of fealty? What a disgusting display of cuckery! It costs nothing to just remain silent, yet you have to sell your soul to The Cathedral just to be a “Goodwhite” on social media for one moment.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @anon215

    One of our commenters made a great analogy: these people are like the Vichy, sucking up to the totalitarians to avoid being hurt. We have passed a tipping point and the powers that be are now essentially accepting of black criminality.

  209. I’ve mentioned it before, but you guys have no idea how dumb the governor of Wisconsin is. It’s a preview of the Biden show because Evers is old and senile and his 20-something woke staff come up with all this stupidity (I guarantee they wrote the statement). It’s Weekend at Bernies the political edition.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @Polynikes

    He's a lapsed school administrator with an EdD degree. I doubt they're putting words into his mouth that he wouldn't come up with himself.

  210. @Daniel Chieh
    @Anon

    Black culture everywhere

    Replies: @newrouter

    Like black mold.

  211. @Jane Plain
    @Lurker

    Source?

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew

    Instagram sweetie.

    • Replies: @Jane Plain
    @Matt Buckalew

    Nice to give a link, hun.

    Replies: @Lurker

  212. @Bill Jones
    @Seneca44

    " if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators."

    In the real world Cops are ten times more likely to kill people than to be killed.
    1000 killed a year by them versus 100 killed a year of them.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @AnotherDad, @Adam Smith

    Why do nerds like you think this is supposed to be a fair fight? Police are supposed to have a monopoly on force. Just because your dad bounced when you were five doesn’t mean you have to hate order and it’s upholders.

    • Replies: @Anonymousse
    @Matt Buckalew


    Police are supposed to have a monopoly on force.
     
    That you RBG, still kicking after all?

    NO. Police are NOT supposed to have a monopoly on force. We’re still *supposed* to have a constitution and that constitution guarantees that police NOT have a monopoly on force. We’re still *supposed* to have actual laws and governing case law too, and those ALSO ensure that police NOT have a monopoly on force.

    How about we just go ahead and hold on to our own legal and moral right to force, at least until police stop standing down and letting all our stuff get burned down and stolen by criminal mobs

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew

  213. @anon
    @Altai

    He was weird on the first two days because antifa hadn’t become as prominent in most of the riots, but in Portland we have almost nothing but antifa and they are all decked out like ‘Umbrella Man’ with the same respirators, clothes and umbrellas.

    And doesn't anybody find it strange that there was an "Umbrella Man" at the JFK assassination too, who was once accused of giving the signal for the shot?

    Something about umbrellas really triggers the conspiracy mindset in some people.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Hibernian

    Something about umbrellas really triggers the conspiracy mindset in some people.

  214. @Frank McGar
    Also, why do these "activists" always pick the worst ones to beatify? With all the rhetoric about black people being in constant fear of being shot by the police at any given moment you'd think they'd be able to find some "Erkel" law-abiding type who was gunned down by police for no reason while walking to school, but it just. never. happens. Best they can ever do is a multiple violent felon resisting arrest. But he was getting his life together, going back to school, blah, blah, blah.

    Replies: @Alden

    That’s because most blacks, when stopped or questioned by police just comply. That includes most blacks with criminal records, as well as law abiding ones.

    The ones who resist usually have warrants out, illegal drugs or guns on them or in the car, are driving stolen cars, gross violators of privation or parole violations or whacked out in drugs or drink. They are smart enough to know that with the warrants out, any contact with police will result in arrest. But they can’t control themselves so they do things that result in police contact and arrest.

    Mike Brown and friend had just robbed a store and assaulted a clerk.

    Rodney King driving 100 MPH violation of parole conditions whacked out on an illegal drug.

    St George passing counterfeit bills possession of fentanyl an illegal drug carrying severe penalties.

    Kenosha scumbag, warrant out for rape, police called by women he was beating. In most states, domestic violence laws; one or both combatants locked up for a few days. But Kenosha scumbag just couldn’t control himself enough to avoid police contact.

    The BLM activists have to make martyrs out of St George and the Kenosha scumbag types because those are the blacks who turn a simple arrest into a death by cop. The average black criminal in possession of illegal drugs guns and with warrants out complies with the arrest.

    The St George types are rare.

    Kenosha is 10 percent black. That’s the tipping point

    • Agree: ThreeCranes
    • Replies: @Jane Plain
    @Alden


    Kenosha scumbag, warrant out for rape, police called by women he was beating.

     

    This is funny. The first I heard, Blake was trying to settle an argument between two women. I used to think the media made mistakes. Then mistakes on purpose. Now I think they just lie. And lie, and lie.
  215. https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/08/jacob-blake-shooting/615616

    The shooting of Jacob Blake on Sunday in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is at once freshly horrifying and achingly familiar, in the way that only a police shooting in the United States in 2020 can be.

    Yet none of this saps what happened in Kenosha of its unique horror.

    A great deal remains unclear about the incident.

    Anyone following the news for the past six months, and the past six years, has seen a numbing succession of these stories: An unarmed Black person, usually a man or boy, is shot by police.

    Thoughts?

    • Replies: @Frank McGar
    @Jane Plain

    According to the Washington Post database (of all places), there were 14 unarmed black men killed by cops in 2019, and 25 unarmed whites. Not exactly the holocaust that the author depicts. He just feels like it's happening to blacks all the time because that's what the media chooses to show 24/7. Other years have similar numbers. I honestly can't believe this database is still active. I should capture more numbers before it goes away.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/investigations/police-shootings-database/

    Here's another quote from the same article:

    "None of this is fully known, but regardless of what preceded the shooting, and even if Blake ignored a police command to stop, it’s nearly impossible to imagine any way that his shooting was justified."

    He's got to be trolling, right? Can a journalist for the Atlantic be this obtuse? Don't answer that.

    Replies: @Jane Plain

    , @anon
    @Jane Plain

    Thoughts?

    Zzzzzzzzzzz. Wake me up if the Atlantic ever addresses this in any meaningful way.

    Because there is "a numbing succession of these stories" and libtards can't seem to notice.

    https://libertyunyielding.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Darius-N.-Sessoms-Cannon-Hinnant-1200x630.jpg

  216. • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous


    One irony of the GOP's current case is that a Biden victory would almost certainly deflate left-wing radicalism, whereas a Trump victory would almost certainly continue to embolden it.
     
    Florence King argued that passage of the Nineteenth Amendment deflated feminism for a long, long time. In stark contrast, the loss of the ERA inflamed it.
  217. @anon
    @Dumbo

    Basically, blacks see the police as an occupation force, interfering with their “business” (drug deals, robberies, prostitution, etc).

    Black Americans are tribal. Offending one member of the tribe offends all of them.
    White Americans are individuals. Offending one doesn't affect others.

    Plus, of course, any white American standing up for the interests of other white Americans is automatically deemed a "racist", therefore easily isolated and suppressed. This is why we cannot have certain nice things anymore.

    White Americans are going to become tribal. Then some more nice things will go away.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Cloudbuster

    White Americans are going to become tribal. Then some more nice things will go away.

    More like then we’ll get some nice things back.

    • Agree: Anonymousse
  218. @SteveRogers42
    @Art Deco

    Glad you found the stats. I was just going with my thumbnail appraisal.

    Wonder if they have broken out the number of females in positions such as Community Liaison Officer, DARE officer, School Resource Officer, Public Information Officer, front desk, etc.?

    Replies: @Art Deco

    Not that granular, no. Seems a waste of manpower to employ sworn officers as press agents and such, unless you need a place to put someone who is a few years short of retirement or who flamed out doing more consequential work. I suppose the uniform is part of the rhetoric of DARE, but it seems to me that studies of the value-added of DARE have shown it approaches nil. Women as school security seems appropriate only outside core cities. IMO, women in law enforcement belong in women’s prisons and jails or as plainclothes investigators who have specialized expertise and are not promoted through the ranks. If they can’t pass a common and selective physical fitness test, they shouldn’t be in jobs where they have to mix it up with hoodlums.

    • Replies: @Charlotte
    @Art Deco

    One of my work friends has a sister who is a cop-I think she’s now a detective-and looking for a different career. Apparently, she gets sent on a disproportionate number of domestic calls involving children. I suppose the rationale is that a female officer will be less intimidating to the kids. That may well be true, but those calls are stressful for the cops, too. And of course, they can be violent.

  219. @Polynikes
    I’ve mentioned it before, but you guys have no idea how dumb the governor of Wisconsin is. It’s a preview of the Biden show because Evers is old and senile and his 20-something woke staff come up with all this stupidity (I guarantee they wrote the statement). It’s Weekend at Bernies the political edition.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    He’s a lapsed school administrator with an EdD degree. I doubt they’re putting words into his mouth that he wouldn’t come up with himself.

    • Agree: lavoisier
  220. @Bill Jones
    @Seneca44

    " if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators."

    In the real world Cops are ten times more likely to kill people than to be killed.
    1000 killed a year by them versus 100 killed a year of them.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @AnotherDad, @Adam Smith

    ” if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.”

    In the real world Cops are ten times more likely to kill people than to be killed.
    1000 killed a year by them versus 100 killed a year of them.

    I grabbed for that thought too, but you’ll note Seneca has a key word in there–“innocent”.

    The cops screwup–sometimes just insanely or thuggishly–and kill innocents. But overwhelmingly the cops kill very non-innocent criminals who need killing. If we didn’t have cops the “neighborhood association” would have killed, or run off, most of these dirtbags.

    And that is really the standard in judging police behavior. If the police did not exist, is this the sort of action the men of the community take to maintain their civilization? In most cases the answer is “yes”. And the “no” cases of actually misbehavior stand out like sore thumbs.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @AnotherDad


    If we didn’t have cops the “neighborhood association” would have killed, or run off, most of these dirtbags
     
    I'm looking forward to being protected by a neighborhood sssociation.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DTtpWgrhS78
    , @Bill Jones
    @AnotherDad

    Don't you think his use of the word "innocent" is somewhat nullified by being followed by "perpetrators"?

  221. @Jane Plain
    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/08/jacob-blake-shooting/615616

    The shooting of Jacob Blake on Sunday in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is at once freshly horrifying and achingly familiar, in the way that only a police shooting in the United States in 2020 can be.

    Yet none of this saps what happened in Kenosha of its unique horror.

    A great deal remains unclear about the incident.

    Anyone following the news for the past six months, and the past six years, has seen a numbing succession of these stories: An unarmed Black person, usually a man or boy, is shot by police.
     
    Thoughts?

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @anon

    According to the Washington Post database (of all places), there were 14 unarmed black men killed by cops in 2019, and 25 unarmed whites. Not exactly the holocaust that the author depicts. He just feels like it’s happening to blacks all the time because that’s what the media chooses to show 24/7. Other years have similar numbers. I honestly can’t believe this database is still active. I should capture more numbers before it goes away.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/investigations/police-shootings-database/

    Here’s another quote from the same article:

    “None of this is fully known, but regardless of what preceded the shooting, and even if Blake ignored a police command to stop, it’s nearly impossible to imagine any way that his shooting was justified.”

    He’s got to be trolling, right? Can a journalist for the Atlantic be this obtuse? Don’t answer that.

    • Replies: @Jane Plain
    @Frank McGar

    I only put it up because I thought it would amuse people and, although I realize I'm preaching to the choir, drive home the point that The Atlantic has gone batshit insane. With zero evidence, the author blamed the situation on the police. They don't even bother to equivocate.

    They are simply out to foment civil war.

    On 2nd thought, no. They don't want civil war. They think that they are in a position to crush the opposition, which consists mostly of unskilled white Americans. They will get a civil war but they don't think they will.

    I'm just trying to understand what goes through their heads, and I think that's it.

    What do you think?

    Replies: @Frank McGar

  222. @Abolish_public_education
    @guest007

    I am so sick and tired of lawyers who earn big contingency fees off of suing the government.

    The taxpayers get screwed twice: First, for paying for some public service that they never wanted. Second, for paying damages to “victims” of said service.

    Replies: @guest007

    And what percent of the public do you think would want to live in a country without police or any local law enforcement. Have you ever seen the Mad Max movies?

  223. Evers only beat Scott Walker by only about 1% of the vote in 2018. He’d better watch himself. Voters could get rid of him in a recall election. Any more riots in Wisconsin with Evers cheering the looters on, and he’s toast.

  224. @anon
    @Altai

    He was weird on the first two days because antifa hadn’t become as prominent in most of the riots, but in Portland we have almost nothing but antifa and they are all decked out like ‘Umbrella Man’ with the same respirators, clothes and umbrellas.

    And doesn't anybody find it strange that there was an "Umbrella Man" at the JFK assassination too, who was once accused of giving the signal for the shot?

    Something about umbrellas really triggers the conspiracy mindset in some people.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Hibernian

    Overhead video of the Christopher Columbus statue “protest” on Chicago’s lakefront clearly showed umbrella carrying peaceful protesters using their umbrellas to shield violent ringleaders from eye level observation by the cops.

    • Replies: @SteveRogers42
    @Hibernian

    Umbrellas also shield against pepper spray.

  225. @Matt Buckalew
    @Jane Plain

    Instagram sweetie.

    Replies: @Jane Plain

    Nice to give a link, hun.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Jane Plain

    It's now said to be a knife, not a gun.

    Can't remember where I saw that.

  226. @BenKenobi
    "Nevermind ze dogs, zey are here for your protection."

    Man's best friend coming in with a clinch performance! Good boy! We must secure the existence of our doggos and a future for cute puppers.

    I've seen this list before, but here's the eternal jogger's list of biggest fears:

    1. Ghosts
    2. Dogs
    3. Registered Mail

    Replies: @Rob McX, @profnasty, @36 ulster

    Registered mail isn’t necessarily bad news. The Registered mail that I delivered was usually something very valuable, which is why it is relatively expensive to send. CERTIFIED mail, on the other hand (the mail with the green label), often signifies trouble. I myself received mercifully few of these, but I remember the anxiety each time I received a yellow (later pink) slip in my mailbox. I occasionally helped out on routes that were in Black neighborhoods, and while I was always cordial with the residents, and vice versa, I always made it a point to deliver early in the day. I don’t remember delivering any Registered pieces of mail there, but I DO remember the exceptionally large number of Certified letters that I had to attempt to deliver…

    • Agree: Charon
  227. @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @Warner


    So this guy got “the talk” that all black males must sadly hear from their parents, witnessed innumerable (9) unarmed men shot by cops… and STILL ignored cops’ threats and walked into his car to grab something while under arrest?

    Why doesn’t the media blame people like him for not listening to “the talk”? It’s clearly something black men have had drilled into their heads every day of their lives since they were 6 years old, right? How could he have possibly forgotten the major points of “the talk”?
     
    Contra the hype about "the talk," I doubt a large percentage of blacks have "the talk" with their young boys. (I can tell you that as a white kid, I was always taught to respect the authority of police and to obey their commands or bad things could happen - did I get "the talk?")

    Rather, I think that underclass black boys learn early on that if they resist arrest they have a very good chance of evading arrest and avoiding the consequences of engaging in criminal conduct. No doubt they run into an out of shape cop, a cop punching a clock until retirement, or one who is just having a bad day and is disengaged and offers only cursory arrest efforts and as a consequence they escape to commit crimes another day. The probability of evading arrest is probably fairly good, and they likely only get arrested a fraction of the times that the police try to arrest them. Then, one day, a bad mix of circumstances arises and the act of resisting arrest begins the escalation of a situation ending in either the cop or the perp making it out alive but not both. I wonder if, paradoxically, body cameras will eliminate the ability of a disengaged cop to take a pass on arresting someone who doesn't want to be arrested, and therefore may actually cause more of these escalating situations.

    Replies: @Jane Plain

    Right on the talk bullshit, but you overthink the rest. I think that these guys are just, as Steve calls them, knuckleheads. Not a lot going on up there in the old noggin.

  228. @Alden
    @Frank McGar

    That’s because most blacks, when stopped or questioned by police just comply. That includes most blacks with criminal records, as well as law abiding ones.

    The ones who resist usually have warrants out, illegal drugs or guns on them or in the car, are driving stolen cars, gross violators of privation or parole violations or whacked out in drugs or drink. They are smart enough to know that with the warrants out, any contact with police will result in arrest. But they can’t control themselves so they do things that result in police contact and arrest.

    Mike Brown and friend had just robbed a store and assaulted a clerk.

    Rodney King driving 100 MPH violation of parole conditions whacked out on an illegal drug.

    St George passing counterfeit bills possession of fentanyl an illegal drug carrying severe penalties.

    Kenosha scumbag, warrant out for rape, police called by women he was beating. In most states, domestic violence laws; one or both combatants locked up for a few days. But Kenosha scumbag just couldn’t control himself enough to avoid police contact.

    The BLM activists have to make martyrs out of St George and the Kenosha scumbag types because those are the blacks who turn a simple arrest into a death by cop. The average black criminal in possession of illegal drugs guns and with warrants out complies with the arrest.

    The St George types are rare.

    Kenosha is 10 percent black. That’s the tipping point

    Replies: @Jane Plain

    Kenosha scumbag, warrant out for rape, police called by women he was beating.

    This is funny. The first I heard, Blake was trying to settle an argument between two women. I used to think the media made mistakes. Then mistakes on purpose. Now I think they just lie. And lie, and lie.

  229. @Hibernian
    @anon

    Overhead video of the Christopher Columbus statue "protest" on Chicago's lakefront clearly showed umbrella carrying peaceful protesters using their umbrellas to shield violent ringleaders from eye level observation by the cops.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    Umbrellas also shield against pepper spray.

  230. @anon215
    Must *everybody* issue a statement of fealty? What a disgusting display of cuckery! It costs nothing to just remain silent, yet you have to sell your soul to The Cathedral just to be a "Goodwhite" on social media for one moment.

    Replies: @Anon

    One of our commenters made a great analogy: these people are like the Vichy, sucking up to the totalitarians to avoid being hurt. We have passed a tipping point and the powers that be are now essentially accepting of black criminality.

  231. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @wren
    Lots of context here, as of right now:

    https://www.twitter.com/HurricaneLucid

    Sounds like he is a convicted rapist with a warrant out for his arrest for rape. The police were called to that address because he was abusing his girlfriend.

    He refused to stop moving and appeared to be reaching for a gun when he was shot. It also appears that he was not unarmed, and was holding a gun, or something that looked like a gun

    He's okay as of now, and not dead.

    Or maybe all of this info is wrong.

    Hopefully the police release the bodycam video before Wisconsin falls.

    That would be a bummer.

    Replies: @Altai, @Barnard, @Anonymous

    Hopefully the police release the bodycam video before Wisconsin falls.

    That would be a bummer.

    Really? What makes you say that?

    It seems to me that the people of Wisconsin are not willing to fight for themselves and are quite happy to elect politicians who aren’t willing to fight, either. Why should anyone feel badly for people so lacking in self-respect?

    I cannot say I am looking forward to dying, but there are some things worse than death: living on your knees is one of them.

    If the people of Wisconsin choose to live on their knees, why should anyone else ought to care? Isn’t fighting for people who are unwilling to fight for themselves a waste of time?

  232. @AnotherDad
    @Bill Jones


    ” if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.”

    In the real world Cops are ten times more likely to kill people than to be killed.
    1000 killed a year by them versus 100 killed a year of them.
     
    I grabbed for that thought too, but you'll note Seneca has a key word in there--"innocent".

    The cops screwup--sometimes just insanely or thuggishly--and kill innocents. But overwhelmingly the cops kill very non-innocent criminals who need killing. If we didn't have cops the "neighborhood association" would have killed, or run off, most of these dirtbags.

    And that is really the standard in judging police behavior. If the police did not exist, is this the sort of action the men of the community take to maintain their civilization? In most cases the answer is "yes". And the "no" cases of actually misbehavior stand out like sore thumbs.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Bill Jones

    If we didn’t have cops the “neighborhood association” would have killed, or run off, most of these dirtbags

    I’m looking forward to being protected by a neighborhood sssociation.

  233. Apparently he didn’t 8.5 years. 8.5 months, maybe?

    • Agree: Ray Cissman
  234. @Jane Plain
    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/08/jacob-blake-shooting/615616

    The shooting of Jacob Blake on Sunday in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is at once freshly horrifying and achingly familiar, in the way that only a police shooting in the United States in 2020 can be.

    Yet none of this saps what happened in Kenosha of its unique horror.

    A great deal remains unclear about the incident.

    Anyone following the news for the past six months, and the past six years, has seen a numbing succession of these stories: An unarmed Black person, usually a man or boy, is shot by police.
     
    Thoughts?

    Replies: @Frank McGar, @anon

    Thoughts?

    Zzzzzzzzzzz. Wake me up if the Atlantic ever addresses this in any meaningful way.

    Because there is “a numbing succession of these stories” and libtards can’t seem to notice.

    • Agree: throtler
  235. @Neo Morpheus
    🧐

    “Empower Wisconsin | Dec. 4, 2019

    By M.D. Kittle

    MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers spent more than a day hobnobbing with big liberal donors in Washington, D.C. last month, according to a copy of the Democrat’s schedule obtained by Empower Wisconsin through an open records request.

    The governor’s spokespeople at the time refused to confirm Evers’ trip to the Fall 2019 Investment Conference sponsored by the progressive Democracy Alliance, described as a secretive coalition of more than 100 millionaire and billionaire donors.

    The fact that it took an open records request to confirm the governor’s political trip says a great deal about the secretive Evers administration.

    Evers and two other Dem governors — Gretchen Whitmer, of Michigan, and Laura Kelly, of Kansas — were tapped as the warm-up act for U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the fundraiser, according to a Democracy Alliance agenda.

    As the Free Beacon reported, the three-day event was held at D.C.’s five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel to “plot (the Democracy Alliance’s) upcoming agenda leading up to the 2020 elections.”

    The left-wing group is organized by billionaire currency speculator George Soros. Soros has contributed hundreds of millions of dollars to liberal organizations that do not disclose their donors, even as progressive groups push their phony narrative about conservative “dark money” networks.“

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @JimDandy

    I was wondering how Wisconsin–which went to Trump–elected such an extreme limo-liberal governor.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @JimDandy

    Both victories were by razor thin margins. 2018 was more of a Democratic year. Wisconsin has for many years been characterized by both strong liberal and strong conservative political traditions.

    Replies: @Paleo Liberal

  236. @Altai
    @wren

    Between the 2000 and 2010 census the proportion of the population that is classed as 'African-American' went up from 7.68 to 10 percent. Is that from Somalis? Or was there a migration of actual African-Americans from someplace else?

    Wikipedia seems impressed with "The 2010 census reported that the city's population were mainly newcomers, with 51 percent of Kenosha residents having moved from other cities and states."

    Which seems like an effective population replacement but I wonder if 'Other cities' makes up the bulk of this and these are just people living in and around Kenosha moving there for employment.

    Replies: @wren, @Anonymous, @Larry, San Francisco, @ATBOTL

    The black population is growing fast relative to the white population. Only Hispanic and Asian immigration is keeping the national black population share from growing so fast. Areas with few immigrants are getting blacker rapidly. Around WWII, whites outnumbered blacks around around 8.5 to one. Today, whites outnumber blacks around 4.5 to one. That later number is actually lower because Middle Eastern people like Arabs, Iranians and Afghanis, whose population has grown rapidly in recent decades, are counted as white.

    • Agree: HammerJack
    • Replies: @Eric Novak
    @ATBOTL

    Wrong. Black TFR has been just above replacement level since the 07/08 recession, just as it has been for Hispanics and whites.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes

  237. anon[139] • Disclaimer says:

    If the media’s executive producers and directors think riots will help Biden win, you can look for storylines and anchors using precise-coordinated verbiage designed to psychologically coax and encourage viewers to go out and do just that…..riot.

    Blacks and their rioting (as well as lefty-whites) are being use to punish normals who vote in ways the elite doesn’t like. Its weird being a law-abiding, hard-working, normalish American and realizing our elites hate you for being all those things. Strange times indeed.

  238. @mousey
    @Mr. Anon

    Q is originally a reputed source for much of the bible. There have been many discussions about this in the theological arena (for and against). The Star Trek character's name Q was derived from this legend.

    Replies: @FPD72

    Q is originally a reputed source for much of the bible. There have been many discussions about this in the theological arena (for and against). The Star Trek character’s name Q was derived from this legend.

    According to the Synoptic Source theory, Q was a common source document for Matthew and Luke but not Mark.

  239. @Barnard
    @wren

    Interesting that they have started attacking libraries. Do you think some antifa members read the old jokes about how the vibrant rioters never loot a library and wanted to change that? It could be just an attempt at widespread destruction too.

    Replies: @Known Fact

    Oh, no surprise that libraries are going to get torched — the librarians may be nice woke ladies but much of the material was penned by evil white men

    • Agree: Hibernian
    • Replies: @Ragno
    @Known Fact

    You're giving the orcs far too much credit - they burn libraries strictly because they're there, like Everest. Plus all that paper combuss right away and burn real pretty.

  240. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @Altai
    @Anonymous

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then. There were three of them, albeit one was a woman who didn't seem to involve herself in the final confrontation. It should never have been allowed to get to that point, that's crazy. They let him go all the way into his car to retrieve what they assumed was a weapon. Or maybe they wanted him to give them cause? Maybe they weren't confident about a physical take-down because they thought other people might intervene.

    Maybe the old rules about height restrictions for police were a good idea. Those officers weren't confident about restraining the suspect, even with two of them and the guy assumed they weren't prepared to use their weapons. But then, after all this, I don't think they'll ever be able to be so picky with police again.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Thoughts, @Neo Morpheus, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous Jew, @SteveRogers42, @Anonymousse, @Anonymous

    I have to say, if they were in fear enough that he was going to his car to retrieve a weapon and had their guns drawn on him, they should have taken him down physically long before then.

    When a police officer has his gun drawn and pointing at you, that’s probably a good time to start paying attention to him.

    This guy decided to ignore a small group of cops instead and, not surprisingly, got shot.

    The Wisconsin taxpayers must be thrilled about footing this twat’s medical bills. No doubt he’ll be back on the street soon so he can try it on all over again.

    • Agree: Charon
  241. @Art Deco
    @SteveRogers42

    Not that granular, no. Seems a waste of manpower to employ sworn officers as press agents and such, unless you need a place to put someone who is a few years short of retirement or who flamed out doing more consequential work. I suppose the uniform is part of the rhetoric of DARE, but it seems to me that studies of the value-added of DARE have shown it approaches nil. Women as school security seems appropriate only outside core cities. IMO, women in law enforcement belong in women's prisons and jails or as plainclothes investigators who have specialized expertise and are not promoted through the ranks. If they can't pass a common and selective physical fitness test, they shouldn't be in jobs where they have to mix it up with hoodlums.

    Replies: @Charlotte

    One of my work friends has a sister who is a cop-I think she’s now a detective-and looking for a different career. Apparently, she gets sent on a disproportionate number of domestic calls involving children. I suppose the rationale is that a female officer will be less intimidating to the kids. That may well be true, but those calls are stressful for the cops, too. And of course, they can be violent.

  242. She’s speaking English.
    At best she’s Afro American.
    Mandatory shut up now or we throw you out on your ear, you stupid phony black idiot hypocrite.

  243. New video shows Jacob Blake physically fighting with police officers before being shot.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8660213/Video-shows-Jacob-Blake-brawling-cops-shot-Wisconsin-cops-placed-leave.html

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Anon

    IMAGINE MY SHOCK

    , @HammerJack
    @Anon

    That video doesn't matter and won't be shown on 🇺🇸 MSM. The only videos permissible on MSM Facebook Twitter etc are those which make white people and/or cops look bad.

    The kind of stuff corvy and plywood j/o to.

    , @Clyde
    @Anon

    High as a kite, Drugged up probably and this is who/ what blacks riot, loot, destroy Kenosha, Wisconsin over. On drugs he resists police and does crazy stuff. How many warrants out on this exemplar to the black so called community?

    If the Chinese and Hispanics ever take over they will fence these idiots off on reservations where they can only do crazy on each other. Vacate Alabama or Mississippi and put them all there. Minefields on the state lines.

  244. @AnotherDad

    While we do not have all of the details yet ...
    ....
    In the coming days, we will demand just that of elected officials in our state who have failed to recognize the racism in our state and our country for far too long.
     
    If i had to pick i'd rather keep Jacob Blake around than Tony Evers.

    Jake Blake just sounds like he's just your basic low IQ impulsive asshole. In a civilized society not too hard to handle.

    In contrast Tony Evers is an enemy of civilization. Head belongs on a pike.

    Replies: @Anon, @Known Fact

    Dozer has more brains and dignity than Evers and Blake put together. In fact, it might be fun if we did put Evans and Blake together

  245. @Matt Buckalew
    @Bill Jones

    Why do nerds like you think this is supposed to be a fair fight? Police are supposed to have a monopoly on force. Just because your dad bounced when you were five doesn’t mean you have to hate order and it’s upholders.

    Replies: @Anonymousse

    Police are supposed to have a monopoly on force.

    That you RBG, still kicking after all?

    NO. Police are NOT supposed to have a monopoly on force. We’re still *supposed* to have a constitution and that constitution guarantees that police NOT have a monopoly on force. We’re still *supposed* to have actual laws and governing case law too, and those ALSO ensure that police NOT have a monopoly on force.

    How about we just go ahead and hold on to our own legal and moral right to force, at least until police stop standing down and letting all our stuff get burned down and stolen by criminal mobs

    • Replies: @Matt Buckalew
    @Anonymousse

    Lol this is laughable. Our constitution mandates that you comply immediately with lawful orders issued by the police. There’s no trial by combat or if you subdue me then I have to submit provision. A cop issues a lawful order and the second you use force to resist that order you are committing a felony. And thank god. If you hit a cop enforcing a lawful order you should be a homo sacer- the courts are where you seek redress not in the streets.

  246. @Anon
    New video shows Jacob Blake physically fighting with police officers before being shot.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8660213/Video-shows-Jacob-Blake-brawling-cops-shot-Wisconsin-cops-placed-leave.html

    Replies: @J.Ross, @HammerJack, @Clyde

    IMAGINE MY SHOCK

  247. @RVBlake
    @El Dato

    He forgot the totally innocent guy who was shot and killed while peacefully jogging through a White neighborhood in Brunswick, Georgia a while back. Never bother with the names, just remember the incident 'cause I've been to Brunswick.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix

    You mean the black burglar caught on video, who tried to wrestle a White man’s rifle out of his hands and kill him with it? That “peaceful jogger”?

    • Replies: @RVBlake
    @Nicholas Stix

    Yes, that one. I was, of course, being sarcastic. I was employing the language I've heard apologists use.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix

  248. parking lot of the Unitarian Universalist church [with BLM sign]

    Did they have take down a rainbow flag to make room to put that in its place?

  249. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1297940641721311233

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    One irony of the GOP’s current case is that a Biden victory would almost certainly deflate left-wing radicalism, whereas a Trump victory would almost certainly continue to embolden it.

    Florence King argued that passage of the Nineteenth Amendment deflated feminism for a long, long time. In stark contrast, the loss of the ERA inflamed it.

  250. @Art Deco
    @Supply and Demand

    Kenosha is quite White. Nearby Racine is not, at least for Wisconsin.

    The two counties are each 10% black. I'd like a look at the Census tract data, but the Census Bureau has withdrawn the application that allows you to do that and replaced it with something that's dysfunctional. Your government at work.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand, @Johann Ricke

    The two counties are each 10% black. I’d like a look at the Census tract data, but the Census Bureau has withdrawn the application that allows you to do that and replaced it with something that’s dysfunctional. Your government at work.

    Obama’s residual influence. Will a 2nd Trump term undo all of Obama’s sabotage? We can only hope so.

  251. @Anon
    New video shows Jacob Blake physically fighting with police officers before being shot.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8660213/Video-shows-Jacob-Blake-brawling-cops-shot-Wisconsin-cops-placed-leave.html

    Replies: @J.Ross, @HammerJack, @Clyde

    That video doesn’t matter and won’t be shown on 🇺🇸 MSM. The only videos permissible on MSM Facebook Twitter etc are those which make white people and/or cops look bad.

    The kind of stuff corvy and plywood j/o to.

  252. @Anonymous
    Shouldn’t the initial non-contextual video of the act in question be posted?

    https://twitter.com/davenewworld_2/status/1297698630875385856?s=20

    Replies: @Altai, @utu, @Jon, @Bugg, @jon

    TMZ has posted another cell phone video from someone standing on the other side of the car. You can see that he was fighting with the cops (that is why, in the original video, he suddenly appears and all of the cops are already surrounding him with guns ready – they were on the ground fighting). Unfortunately, the video quality is pretty bad: https://www.tmz.com/2020/08/24/jacob-blake-shooting-new-angle-struggle-cops-kenosha/

  253. @Honesthughgrant
    He tried to warn us = hilarious.

    We'll find out the facts later, now is the time for the Democrat media and politicians to hysterically demand the cops be charged with first degree murder, and cheer on the rioters, property destruction, and violence.

    My Guess? He was armed or told police he had a gun in the car and was going to use it. ignored commands to not go into car for the gun OR reached for a gun in his waist band and they shot him.

    Another point. Someone else, up thread, stated he was wanted for rape. So, leaving the gun aside, I'm not too sure what the correct procedure is when a rape suspect, tells the police "screw you" and gets into his car to drive away. Are the police just supposed to wave goodbye? Or can they use deadly force? What is the law? Any intelligent answers - based on knowledge - appreciated.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42, @Grahamsno(G64)

    7 in the back is so ridiculously over the top what the hell was the cop thinking that this was a Quentin Tarantino movie shoot? That guy if he survives will most likely be a vegetable. But you guys believe that if you as much as twitch in front of a LEO you deserve a couple of magazines. Anyhow let’s wait for the official report.

    • Troll: Ray Cissman
  254. @SMK
    @Anon

    Will Republicans condemn and call for the impeachment of Evers? Perhaps a few and meekly. Hopefully, this and much else will result in his defeat in the next election. But I doubt it.

    Why do Wisconsin and Minnesota have the worst blacks of all 50 states? Many Chicago blacks with the lowest IQs moved north to Wisconsin, virtually all of them, initially, to Milwaukee, Racine,, and Kenosha, and also to the Twin Cities for the more generous welfare benefits.

    Secondly, the white populations of Wisconsin and Minnesota are roughly half-German, who as a group are even more guilt-ridden, masochistic, and self-loathing than whites of other ethnicities because of what occurred in Germany from 1933-45. Alas, the scourge and inanity of collective guilt, for events and crimes they and their ancestors had nothing to do with, directly or remotely, and that occurred 75-87 years ago across an Ocean in another county before all but the very oldest of them were even born.

    This is one reason why black criminals in Wisconsin and Minnesota are even more indulged than those in other states. I wonder how long the savage who was shot and killed by police,, almost surely in self-defense, not that Evers and his ilk even care or will regret and apologize for "rushing to judgement" before knowing the facts -how long was he incarcerated, in jail or prison, for all the felonies he committed?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @duncsbaby

    I hardly think the Germans of Minnesota and Wisconsin have any guilt at all for what happened in WW2. Most of their grandfathers fought for the U.S. of course. If anyone in the family actually spoke German it would be their great grandfathers at the latest. Most German immigration occurred during the 19th century.

    • Agree: Hibernian
    • Replies: @Inquiring Mind
    @duncsbaby

    Dahts vaht you dink!

    Replies: @bruce county

  255. @Supply and Demand
    @Art Deco

    Kenosha is quite White. Nearby Racine is not, at least for Wisconsin. Worse for Kenosha -- the Racine ghetto directly abuts some of the nicer new developments in North Kenosha surrounding the two Universities -- UW Parkside & Carthage College. The ghetto itself is quite large and spread out, like most of the Milwaukee-style projects are, surrounded by rows of subsidized housing. There's also a fleet of public buses that drive along 27th Avenue that deposit blacks and Africanized Whites (Poles, mostly) into Goodwhite central shopping districts surrounded by university students and Reagan Democrats who earn north of 150k a year.

    Replies: @Art Deco, @Eric Novak

    Those Africanized whites elected the most conservative govt. in the Western World. In your exurb, the white teenage and young adult girls in high percentages are with black and brown boyfriends, a matchup that is only slightly less taboo in Chicago than it is in Warsaw.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
    @Eric Novak

    Those Africanized Whites are the ones whose daughters are birthing mulatto children

    Replies: @Eric Novak

  256. Two people who live in the Kenosha neighborhood Blake has called home for about two years said he has five children ranging in age from 3 to 7 and a fiancee

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/08/24/jacob-blake-protests-erupt-after-black-man-shot-wisconsin-police/3428198001/

    Charliebo313 is on the scene rather quickly– and Kenosha’s boards are going up fast:

    Evidently Lake Placid is too placid, and black flies aren’t enoughh:

    Being Black in the Adirondacks: Why the drive to boost diversity is complex, and personal

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Reg Cæsar

    Here is the burned-down Car Source it seems:

    https://www.google.com/maps/@42.5824962,-87.8211308,250m/data=!3m1!1e3

    It's right next to the Unitarian Universalist Church. The sign may be the Black Lives Matter sign that got ignominiously ignited a bit earlier.

    Inferring from the reviews, maybe it got burnt down because customers were unhappy?

    https://twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer/status/1298022461443891200

  257. @Rob McX
    @anon


    Black Americans are tribal. Offending one member of the tribe offends all of them.
     
    Sort of. They react angrily to whites interfering in their criminal activities. But they don't have anything close to a healthy racial solidarity. What motivates them is usually anger or resentment at whoever happens to be upsetting them at any given time. Most black criminals' victims are also black. It's not that they consciously choose victims of their own race, it's just that members of their own race are easier to find.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @El Dato

    What motivates them is usually anger or resentment at whoever happens to be upsetting them at any given time.

    Black Murder Hornets!

  258. @ATBOTL
    @Altai

    The black population is growing fast relative to the white population. Only Hispanic and Asian immigration is keeping the national black population share from growing so fast. Areas with few immigrants are getting blacker rapidly. Around WWII, whites outnumbered blacks around around 8.5 to one. Today, whites outnumber blacks around 4.5 to one. That later number is actually lower because Middle Eastern people like Arabs, Iranians and Afghanis, whose population has grown rapidly in recent decades, are counted as white.

    Replies: @Eric Novak

    Wrong. Black TFR has been just above replacement level since the 07/08 recession, just as it has been for Hispanics and whites.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    @Eric Novak

    No, you're wrong. You're not counting immigration. All you have to do is look at the gross numbers. The population today is 61% White, 18% Hispanic and 13.4% black. The ratio of white to black is 4.55, just as ATBOTL said.

    Replies: @Eric Novak

  259. @Reg Cæsar

    Two people who live in the Kenosha neighborhood Blake has called home for about two years said he has five children ranging in age from 3 to 7 and a fiancee

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/08/24/jacob-blake-protests-erupt-after-black-man-shot-wisconsin-police/3428198001/
     

    Charliebo313 is on the scene rather quickly-- and Kenosha's boards are going up fast:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Jdupp7J8BCw

    Evidently Lake Placid is too placid, and black flies aren't enoughh:

    Being Black in the Adirondacks: Why the drive to boost diversity is complex, and personal

    Replies: @El Dato

    Here is the burned-down Car Source it seems:

    https://www.google.com/maps/@42.5824962,-87.8211308,250m/data=!3m1!1e3

    It’s right next to the Unitarian Universalist Church. The sign may be the Black Lives Matter sign that got ignominiously ignited a bit earlier.

    Inferring from the reviews, maybe it got burnt down because customers were unhappy?

  260. @Anon
    New video shows Jacob Blake physically fighting with police officers before being shot.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8660213/Video-shows-Jacob-Blake-brawling-cops-shot-Wisconsin-cops-placed-leave.html

    Replies: @J.Ross, @HammerJack, @Clyde

    High as a kite, Drugged up probably and this is who/ what blacks riot, loot, destroy Kenosha, Wisconsin over. On drugs he resists police and does crazy stuff. How many warrants out on this exemplar to the black so called community?

    If the Chinese and Hispanics ever take over they will fence these idiots off on reservations where they can only do crazy on each other. Vacate Alabama or Mississippi and put them all there. Minefields on the state lines.

  261. Andy Ngo’s twitter feed has video from Kenosha tonight, and they’re still rioting hard. No sign of the National Guard anywhere.

    If you’re a small business owner in a liberal city, you’re crazy not to have the best insurance you can get.

    • Replies: @wren
    @Anon

    BLM seems to have proudly set an apartment complex on fire with families in it in Wisconsin.

    Evil.

    In DC they seem to be showing their true colors again.

    https://www.twitter.com/selfdeclaredref/status/1298084142333276160

    Evil.

    Replies: @wren

  262. @Dumbo
    @DextersLabRat

    I assume that now the vast majority of the police in South Africa is black (at least 80% according to link below). Not sure if they shoot many white criminals, though.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/14/world/africa/south-africa-apartheid-police-killings.html

    The real issue is that there tend to be much more black criminals than white criminals, either in the U.S. or in South Africa.

    However, I agree that racial differences contribute to the problem. Although I am not sure if American police is still a "white institution". Increasingly it has lots of latinos, asians and blacks too. In fact many of the cops who shot blacks in the last years were not exactly white. And there was that Somali cop who shot an innocent white woman in Minneapolis, of all places. No riots.

    Replies: @DextersLabRat

    Because it got no media coverage. Just like the little boy who was just murdered in cold blood. Or the Berkeley student. The media does not report on it. The hashtags and trending topics are suppressed. It doesn’t show up on the Facebook news summary. The late night shows don’t cover it. It doesn’t get referenced by professors in university classes. Social media influencers don’t cover it.

    The entire system is set up so that if you say “hey, this black guy just murdered a white person in cold blood, and it’s happened a lot recently, let’s do something about it”, you’re ejected from polite society. Hell, even if you’re just a regular person and tweet about it, at best you’ll have a stern visit from the HR department, at worst you’re permanently unemployable. So no one covers it. The people can’t become angry if they never know.

  263. @Anon
    Andy Ngo's twitter feed has video from Kenosha tonight, and they're still rioting hard. No sign of the National Guard anywhere.

    If you're a small business owner in a liberal city, you're crazy not to have the best insurance you can get.

    Replies: @wren

    BLM seems to have proudly set an apartment complex on fire with families in it in Wisconsin.

    Evil.

    In DC they seem to be showing their true colors again.

    https://www.twitter.com/selfdeclaredref/status/1298084142333276160

    Evil.

    • Replies: @wren
    @wren

    https://www.twitter.com/selfdeclaredref/status/1298121023792054272

  264. @wren
    @Anon

    BLM seems to have proudly set an apartment complex on fire with families in it in Wisconsin.

    Evil.

    In DC they seem to be showing their true colors again.

    https://www.twitter.com/selfdeclaredref/status/1298084142333276160

    Evil.

    Replies: @wren

  265. @Eric Novak
    @ATBOTL

    Wrong. Black TFR has been just above replacement level since the 07/08 recession, just as it has been for Hispanics and whites.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes

    No, you’re wrong. You’re not counting immigration. All you have to do is look at the gross numbers. The population today is 61% White, 18% Hispanic and 13.4% black. The ratio of white to black is 4.55, just as ATBOTL said.

    • Replies: @Eric Novak
    @ThreeCranes

    The percentage of blacks relative to the general population as it increases from mass immigration is projected to remain the same, by the US Census. African immigration and miscegenation are up, but black birth rates have fallen to the floor.

  266. @Reg Cæsar
    @SMK


    Secondly, the white populations of Wisconsin and Minnesota are roughly half-German, who as a group are even more guilt-ridden, masochistic, and self-loathing than whites of other ethnicities because of what occurred in Germany from 1933-45.
     
    You negleted to cite your source for this, so as a courtesy I will supply it:




    https://www.thesun.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/lags-1.png

    Replies: @RVBlake

    I’ve lived in the northern MN/WI area for 25 years and was intrigued to learn of this German guilt thingy.

  267. @Nicholas Stix
    @RVBlake

    You mean the black burglar caught on video, who tried to wrestle a White man's rifle out of his hands and kill him with it? That "peaceful jogger"?

    Replies: @RVBlake

    Yes, that one. I was, of course, being sarcastic. I was employing the language I’ve heard apologists use.

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
    @RVBlake

    Sorry. It's gotten so difficult to distinguish between sarcasm and literalism.

  268. @JimDandy
    @Neo Morpheus

    I was wondering how Wisconsin--which went to Trump--elected such an extreme limo-liberal governor.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    Both victories were by razor thin margins. 2018 was more of a Democratic year. Wisconsin has for many years been characterized by both strong liberal and strong conservative political traditions.

    • Replies: @Paleo Liberal
    @Hibernian

    Exactly.

    At that point you look at the individual candidates, or whether this is a year favoring Democrats or Republicans.

    For example, one Senator is a Democrat, the other a Republican. The Republican was elected in 2010 and re-elected in 2016. Both were good years for Republicans. The Democrat was elected in 2012 and re-elected in 2018. Both were good years for Democrats. Neither the Democratic nor the Republican Senator are particularly polarizing, so they don’t generate a lot of hate against them.

    Walker was a very polarizing governor, who won his first two terms and the recall election by very thin margins against total nonentities in years that were good for Republicans. He won in 2010 and was re-elected in 2014.

    Evers had several things going for him in 2018:

    1. It was a very good year for Democrats. Democrats won all the statewide offices in 2018.
    2. Walker made a LOT of enemies. That came back to bite him. Wisconsinites are very proud of schools and roads, and he cut funding for both.
    3. Walker had failed miserably in his run for President. He lost a lot of his luster that way.
    4. Walker essentially gave away the store to Foxconn, which is notorious for not keeping their end of the deal. Spoiler alert: they didn’t keep their end of the deal in Wisconsin, which anyone could have seen coming
    5. Evers has spent decades as a leader in education. That provided a good contrast to Walker being perceived as anti school. Certainly helped get the teacher vote.

  269. @duncsbaby
    @SMK

    I hardly think the Germans of Minnesota and Wisconsin have any guilt at all for what happened in WW2. Most of their grandfathers fought for the U.S. of course. If anyone in the family actually spoke German it would be their great grandfathers at the latest. Most German immigration occurred during the 19th century.

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind

    Dahts vaht you dink!

    • Replies: @bruce county
    @Inquiring Mind

    https://i.imgflip.com/1zycs7.jpg

  270. You’re undoubtedly correct. But I know many white Wisconsonites (Wisconsoners?) and it’s really hard for me to picture them voting for that governor. I’m guessing the union culture must have a lot to do with it.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @JimDandy

    Union culture, the culture of the rural poor, the culture of a college town/state capital, changing demographics in Milwaukee, the 2018 Dem wave.

  271. Talk about a system being broken. Whoever is moderating these comments is doing a piss-poor job. I have been on this thread for an hour,a and I have made no comments. I tried to click “agree” to a comment and I get “you are posting comments too quickly. Slow down.” I used to comment at Amren, but I don’t anymore and I won’t even visit the site because they deleted too many of my comments even though I did not swear or get abusive. I guess I will have to leave here too if I feel I am being dealt with unfairly. You can’t comment at The Gateway Pundit anymore. If there is a way and I am doing something wrong, I wish someone would tell me what is going on. There are so few places to go to comment that are not leftist sites.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @throtler



    I have been on this thread for an hour,a and I have made no comments. I tried to click “agree” to a comment and I get “you are posting comments too quickly. Slow down.”
     
    I do not know how many "agree" tags registered members get to use per hour, but is it possible you may have hit the "agree" button in another thread?

    In any event, if you think the site software isn't working correctly, there is a bugs & suggestions thread here:

    https://www.unz.com/announcement/bugs-suggestions/


    I guess I will have to leave here too if I feel I am being dealt with unfairly.

     

    unz.com is run by people and sometimes people make mistakes; things are not always going to work right on this (or any) website.

    As you say, there aren't many places to go to comment that are not leftist sites. I think it is important to support the few remaining right-wing sites that have not been cancelled and try to give them the benefit of the doubt whenever possible.

    I do not know what your patience threshold is, but if you are willing to stick around and make allowances for the occasional lapse, you will probably find it to be worth your while.
    , @Jim Don Bob
    @throtler


    I do not know what your patience threshold is, but if you are willing to stick around and make allowances for the occasional lapse, you will probably find it to be worth your while.
     
    The sign says "Comments are moderated at whim." I was first to comment on a post in July and my comment didn't pass moderation for over 36 hours. You just gotta be patient. Or send Steve more money.
  272. @Seneca44
    @JimDandy

    Yes, lots of ink spilled over hand wringing comments about another innocent black shot by police. Unsaid is the 0.5 seconds that the police officer has to decide if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.

    Replies: @Bill Jones, @John Johnson

    Unsaid is the 0.5 seconds that the police officer has to decide if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.

    So shoot him once in the shoulder. He won’t continue reaching for the gun and even if he does he won’t be able to hold it.

    I get that cops normally have aim center mass but this was point blank.

    He maintained poor trigger control. Once of those bullets easily could have deflected and hit him or another cop.

    • Replies: @SteveRogers42
    @John Johnson

    I would be willing to bet that those officers fire at the range a grand total of four times a year, and most of that range time consists of shooting the state qualification course -- paper targets, known distances, from a standing position, in broad daylight. I would be very surprised if their department ever gave them any kind of force-on-force scenario training, or if they ever integrated firearms training with "defensive tactics".

    People don't think it be like that, but it do.

    , @JimDandy
    @John Johnson

    Let them eat cake, eh?

    Credit where credit is due: All seven bullets landed in the target.

    Anyway, there will always be cops who--knowing they only have one life to lose--will live by the adage "Better to be tried by 12 than carried by 6."

    If black lives really do matter, then there needs to be a massive social movement against fighting with police. A common attitude in black communities today seems to be indignation over the fact that cops will interfere with their criminal behavior. One of the results of this attitude--and the media's lockstep sympathy with this attitude--is that cops are less eager to interfere with black criminality. The outcome of this great victory for black people has been a massive increase in black deaths.

    Some blacks' racist hatred for white people is so demented that they would literally rather see black genocide than obey the rule of law or concede that traditional conceptions of white racism have virtually nothing to do with the plight of blacks today. But many black people know the truth. Blacks are suffering in great numbers because of black attitudes and behavior--AND because of the insidious, machiavellian form of true racism displayed by white Democrats who exploit blacks by encouraging self-destructive behavior and deluding them with fairytales of institutionalized white supremacy in contemporary America.

    Replies: @John Johnson

  273. @Anon
    OT: Noxious Ethiopian woman berates Asian workers in tea shop, claiming that they're stealing black culture. She claims Boba tea is black. It's actually Asian in origin. Anyway, she cuts off the video when a black man begins to berate her for being an ass.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1297623561239031808?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1297623561239031808%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fthepostmillennial.com%2Fblack-woman-accuses-asian-boba-trap-tea-owners-of-appropriating-black-culture

    Replies: @Jake, @Chrisnonymous, @Daniel Chieh, @Days of Broken Arrows, @El Dato, @AnotherDad, @Ragno

    She’s not agitated or insane – she’s resume-building. She’s undecided as to whether she’s going to go into business (to sit on somebody’s Board of Directors; perhaps she’ll do it Whitey’s way and start small, like as a Diversity Director) or government (as a member of the House of Representatives).

    “Ok, gooks – my job here be done. Now to sit by my phone, eat a bucket of spicy wings, an’ wait fo’ Link-in to do the ress.”

  274. @Eric Novak
    @Supply and Demand

    Those Africanized whites elected the most conservative govt. in the Western World. In your exurb, the white teenage and young adult girls in high percentages are with black and brown boyfriends, a matchup that is only slightly less taboo in Chicago than it is in Warsaw.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

    Those Africanized Whites are the ones whose daughters are birthing mulatto children

    • Replies: @Eric Novak
    @Supply and Demand

    Yes, and spaghetti-fed white trash aren’t “Poles”.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

  275. @Known Fact
    @Barnard

    Oh, no surprise that libraries are going to get torched -- the librarians may be nice woke ladies but much of the material was penned by evil white men

    Replies: @Ragno

    You’re giving the orcs far too much credit – they burn libraries strictly because they’re there, like Everest. Plus all that paper combuss right away and burn real pretty.

  276. @Anonymousse
    @Dave Pinsen

    Maybe people who burn down random buildings and attack innocent people for any and every pretext need to be driven the F out of our formerly civilized country.

    Replies: @Richard B

    Maybe people who burn down random buildings and attack innocent people for any and every pretext need to be driven the F out of our formerly civilized country.

    But they won’t be.

    Exactly because it’s a formerly civilized country.

    Which means, what’s been driven out of the country is civilization itself.

    The whole point of which was the circumnavigation of the use of force.

    The USA is now officially a Barbarian country.

    The whole point of which is the absence of any standard.

    Except violence, of course.

    What must it be like to be a parent there.

    Or a child.

  277. @Colin Wright
    @Dave Pinsen

    'Maybe videos of cops shooting black suspects should be censored from social and traditional media for 24 hours.'

    Maybe the videos should be run in a continuous loop with approving commentary.

    It'd let blacks know party time is over.

    Communication. It's all about communication.

    Replies: @Richard B

    Communication. It’s all about communication.

    That’s exactly right.

    But, since communication isn’t their forte, they’d simply take it to mean that the party’s just getting started.

    It very well may be.

    Let’s keep in mind that there is an endless amount of cash flooding into to the BLM & Antifa coffers from their backers high up in the misty realms of finance who are busy printing that money for themselves and their many proxies.

    The hostile elite have gone full shekels.

    And that means the USA is now officially Gangster Inc.

    From this perspective The RNC & DNC is simply a case of Good Cop/Bad Cop.

    Both under the employ of said Gangsters.

    Which means, we don’t matter, at all.

  278. @Frank McGar
    @Jane Plain

    According to the Washington Post database (of all places), there were 14 unarmed black men killed by cops in 2019, and 25 unarmed whites. Not exactly the holocaust that the author depicts. He just feels like it's happening to blacks all the time because that's what the media chooses to show 24/7. Other years have similar numbers. I honestly can't believe this database is still active. I should capture more numbers before it goes away.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/investigations/police-shootings-database/

    Here's another quote from the same article:

    "None of this is fully known, but regardless of what preceded the shooting, and even if Blake ignored a police command to stop, it’s nearly impossible to imagine any way that his shooting was justified."

    He's got to be trolling, right? Can a journalist for the Atlantic be this obtuse? Don't answer that.

    Replies: @Jane Plain

    I only put it up because I thought it would amuse people and, although I realize I’m preaching to the choir, drive home the point that The Atlantic has gone batshit insane. With zero evidence, the author blamed the situation on the police. They don’t even bother to equivocate.

    They are simply out to foment civil war.

    On 2nd thought, no. They don’t want civil war. They think that they are in a position to crush the opposition, which consists mostly of unskilled white Americans. They will get a civil war but they don’t think they will.

    I’m just trying to understand what goes through their heads, and I think that’s it.

    What do you think?

    • Replies: @Frank McGar
    @Jane Plain

    I really don't know what they are thinking or what they're endgame is. Is it just pure virtue-signalling? Is this the way they feel they need to write in order to keep their wealthy post-graduate subscribers interested? There seems to be a collective disdain for the working-class within academia and the literati, that's for sure. My sense is there's a lot of projected guilt and self-hatred going on here (not to mention a patronizing type of racism).

    On that note, I noticed something while reading D'Angelo's book (I couldn't get through all of it): she's racist, and her book reads like a confessional, a way for her to try and atone for her internalized sense of shame, as well as crowd-source her racism onto the entire white race. I get the same vibe from the writer of the Atlantic article, and from other "writers" of a similar ilk: they are so patronizingly racist that they don't believe blacks have any capacity for agency. The Atlantic writer can't imagine a way in which the shooting could be justified, because the suspect has the mind of a child, you see. How can a child who doesn't know any better be responsible for his actions? The liberal establishment has essentially adopted the attitude of a "fair-minded", paternalistic slave-owner. Hell, if we look at the actual history of the Democratic party, I reckon they were like this all along. If there was ever any doubt, the (possible) future president told black people that they are not really black if they vote for Trump. Yowzers.

    Black people are aware of this, to be sure. Black intellectuals (Loury, McWhorter, Sowell) and celebrities (Kanye, Morgan Freeeman, Denzel) have spoken on these very issues, but unfortunately they are mostly drowned out by the woke "intelligentsia" and the perpetually triggered, which further discourages other like-minded folks from speaking out. What we are seeing now is what happens when you treat people like children: they eventually throw a tantrum. Perhaps the liberal establishment's motivation to blame everyone else but themselves is merely a deflection- point the finger at the "dumb white masses" so the blacks don't find out who the real enemy is, lest they realize that the person patting them on the head and telling them that they will take care of them is actually just trying to hold their head underwater. It's too late though for all the smug anti-racist white people, they're gonna burn your shit too.

    Replies: @John Johnson

  279. @Days of Broken Arrows
    @Anon

    Next stop: Yelling at anyone from Pizza Hut because no one there is Italian.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @TomSchmidt

    Are you the original DoBA from Roissy’s site?

  280. @Redman
    @SunBakedSuburb

    Gavin lives in my Westchester town and has three kids and a lovely wife. Not sure what you’re smoking.

    He’s had to deal with more shot than anyone I’ve seen from the good whites who make up 95 percent of our local population.

    Spencer’s a jerk.

    Replies: @TomSchmidt

    What town is that?

    Westchester went from two Jewish Democrats in Congress to soontwo Black Democrats, one gay.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @TomSchmidt

    Larchmont, I believe.

    Replies: @TomSchmidt

  281. @TomSchmidt
    @Redman

    What town is that?

    Westchester went from two Jewish Democrats in Congress to soontwo Black Democrats, one gay.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    Larchmont, I believe.

    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
    @ben tillman

    Ah. As a
    European colleague once called it, "the Frogpond."

  282. @John Johnson
    @Seneca44

    Unsaid is the 0.5 seconds that the police officer has to decide if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.

    So shoot him once in the shoulder. He won't continue reaching for the gun and even if he does he won't be able to hold it.

    I get that cops normally have aim center mass but this was point blank.

    He maintained poor trigger control. Once of those bullets easily could have deflected and hit him or another cop.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42, @JimDandy

    I would be willing to bet that those officers fire at the range a grand total of four times a year, and most of that range time consists of shooting the state qualification course — paper targets, known distances, from a standing position, in broad daylight. I would be very surprised if their department ever gave them any kind of force-on-force scenario training, or if they ever integrated firearms training with “defensive tactics”.

    People don’t think it be like that, but it do.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
  283. @John Johnson
    @Seneca44

    Unsaid is the 0.5 seconds that the police officer has to decide if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.

    So shoot him once in the shoulder. He won't continue reaching for the gun and even if he does he won't be able to hold it.

    I get that cops normally have aim center mass but this was point blank.

    He maintained poor trigger control. Once of those bullets easily could have deflected and hit him or another cop.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42, @JimDandy

    Let them eat cake, eh?

    Credit where credit is due: All seven bullets landed in the target.

    Anyway, there will always be cops who–knowing they only have one life to lose–will live by the adage “Better to be tried by 12 than carried by 6.”

    If black lives really do matter, then there needs to be a massive social movement against fighting with police. A common attitude in black communities today seems to be indignation over the fact that cops will interfere with their criminal behavior. One of the results of this attitude–and the media’s lockstep sympathy with this attitude–is that cops are less eager to interfere with black criminality. The outcome of this great victory for black people has been a massive increase in black deaths.

    Some blacks’ racist hatred for white people is so demented that they would literally rather see black genocide than obey the rule of law or concede that traditional conceptions of white racism have virtually nothing to do with the plight of blacks today. But many black people know the truth. Blacks are suffering in great numbers because of black attitudes and behavior–AND because of the insidious, machiavellian form of true racism displayed by white Democrats who exploit blacks by encouraging self-destructive behavior and deluding them with fairytales of institutionalized white supremacy in contemporary America.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @JimDandy

    Credit where credit is due: All seven bullets landed in the target.

    Are you suggesting we give him a point blank medal?

    I don't disagree with anything you wrote about Democrats and the position that Blacks are in.

    I think the justice system has to be fair or things will be worse.

    If White police get frustrated with Blacks then they should find a new profession.

    Anyone prone to emotional backlash shouldn't be in that position.

    This is the age of egalitarian stupidity and we have to get through it.

    Replies: @JimDandy

  284. @Supply and Demand
    @Eric Novak

    Those Africanized Whites are the ones whose daughters are birthing mulatto children

    Replies: @Eric Novak

    Yes, and spaghetti-fed white trash aren’t “Poles”.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
    @Eric Novak

    you're correct, I am doing Whites a disservice by grouping the E1B1 Negroes East of the Oder with mainline white civilization.

    Replies: @Eric Novak

  285. @ThreeCranes
    @Eric Novak

    No, you're wrong. You're not counting immigration. All you have to do is look at the gross numbers. The population today is 61% White, 18% Hispanic and 13.4% black. The ratio of white to black is 4.55, just as ATBOTL said.

    Replies: @Eric Novak

    The percentage of blacks relative to the general population as it increases from mass immigration is projected to remain the same, by the US Census. African immigration and miscegenation are up, but black birth rates have fallen to the floor.

  286. @Bill Jones
    @Seneca44

    " if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators."

    In the real world Cops are ten times more likely to kill people than to be killed.
    1000 killed a year by them versus 100 killed a year of them.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @AnotherDad, @Adam Smith

    Officers killed by gunfire make for better headlines but most cops die of mundane car crashes, usually speeding and careless inattentive driving.

    “If going home after your shift is important to you, please take a closer look at your personal driving habits. ” “Think before you speed.”

    https://www.officer.com/on-the-street/article/21120014/its-not-all-gunfights

  287. @Jane Plain
    @Frank McGar

    I only put it up because I thought it would amuse people and, although I realize I'm preaching to the choir, drive home the point that The Atlantic has gone batshit insane. With zero evidence, the author blamed the situation on the police. They don't even bother to equivocate.

    They are simply out to foment civil war.

    On 2nd thought, no. They don't want civil war. They think that they are in a position to crush the opposition, which consists mostly of unskilled white Americans. They will get a civil war but they don't think they will.

    I'm just trying to understand what goes through their heads, and I think that's it.

    What do you think?

    Replies: @Frank McGar

    I really don’t know what they are thinking or what they’re endgame is. Is it just pure virtue-signalling? Is this the way they feel they need to write in order to keep their wealthy post-graduate subscribers interested? There seems to be a collective disdain for the working-class within academia and the literati, that’s for sure. My sense is there’s a lot of projected guilt and self-hatred going on here (not to mention a patronizing type of racism).

    On that note, I noticed something while reading D’Angelo’s book (I couldn’t get through all of it): she’s racist, and her book reads like a confessional, a way for her to try and atone for her internalized sense of shame, as well as crowd-source her racism onto the entire white race. I get the same vibe from the writer of the Atlantic article, and from other “writers” of a similar ilk: they are so patronizingly racist that they don’t believe blacks have any capacity for agency. The Atlantic writer can’t imagine a way in which the shooting could be justified, because the suspect has the mind of a child, you see. How can a child who doesn’t know any better be responsible for his actions? The liberal establishment has essentially adopted the attitude of a “fair-minded”, paternalistic slave-owner. Hell, if we look at the actual history of the Democratic party, I reckon they were like this all along. If there was ever any doubt, the (possible) future president told black people that they are not really black if they vote for Trump. Yowzers.

    Black people are aware of this, to be sure. Black intellectuals (Loury, McWhorter, Sowell) and celebrities (Kanye, Morgan Freeeman, Denzel) have spoken on these very issues, but unfortunately they are mostly drowned out by the woke “intelligentsia” and the perpetually triggered, which further discourages other like-minded folks from speaking out. What we are seeing now is what happens when you treat people like children: they eventually throw a tantrum. Perhaps the liberal establishment’s motivation to blame everyone else but themselves is merely a deflection- point the finger at the “dumb white masses” so the blacks don’t find out who the real enemy is, lest they realize that the person patting them on the head and telling them that they will take care of them is actually just trying to hold their head underwater. It’s too late though for all the smug anti-racist white people, they’re gonna burn your shit too.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Frank McGar

    Perhaps the liberal establishment’s motivation to blame everyone else but themselves is merely a deflection- point the finger at the “dumb white masses” so the blacks don’t find out who the real enemy is

    The liberal establishment leaders don't believe in racial equality. Their followers do but the liberals at the top are racial realists and will point at the "dumb white masses" because it is convenient.

    Their plan is erasing race through miscegenation. That is their only option unless genetic engineering becomes affordable. Admitting the truth is unthinkable.

    To this end the only threat they face is White people. So they will demonize or blame any group of Whites when they get the chance.

    Liberals and leftists at the top are aware of what could be described as an unfortunate reality. Nature isn't on the side of leftist racial ideals. The typical left leaning voter though truly believes that race doesn't exist and it's just racist Whites that are to blame for everything. But the profs and politicians at the top are well aware that it is all a lie. They know full well that admitting the truth means the entire left would collapse.

    I don't base this merely on opinion or speculation. I am ex-liberal in part because of what I saw first hand. The widespread corruption required to maintain the lie is beyond what anyone can imagine. Gain the trust of an inner city school teacher for a real look at what happens.

  288. @anon

    Here’s a posting on Saturday on that Unitarian-Universalist church’s Facebook page:
     
    Something about the fact that an ordained minister was posting idiotic cat memes about how we shouldn't have free speech because Leslie Jones says so upset me in a fairly deep way. I know it was just a U-U minister, but still. Maybe it's the way our society is no longer capable of carrying on an adult conversation. Maybe it just brings back memories of 2016, when the entertainment media kept trying to shove Leslie Jones down America's collective throat.

    I don't know, but I'm sure it's going to pop into my head every so often for a while.

    All I can say for sure is that the cat deserves better than to be recruited for this stupid woman's virtue signal. The cat didn't do anything wrong, but for the rest of its life, that picture is going to be what people associate with it. It took a lot of people doing a lot of really awful things to get to this point, where female ministers in church are quoting Leslie Jones about hate speech, but the cat is the only one involved who is completely innocent.

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @Bubba, @Richard S

    I know it was just a U-U minister, but still

    Lol that reminds me of a conversation I had once with my dear old mother. She was watching something about a Church of England saint and I asked

    “Oh, she was a Christian martyr?”

    “Well, Protestant” my mother corrected me.

  289. @Inquiring Mind
    @duncsbaby

    Dahts vaht you dink!

    Replies: @bruce county

  290. @ben tillman
    @TomSchmidt

    Larchmont, I believe.

    Replies: @TomSchmidt

    Ah. As a
    European colleague once called it, “the Frogpond.”

  291. @JimDandy
    You're undoubtedly correct. But I know many white Wisconsonites (Wisconsoners?) and it's really hard for me to picture them voting for that governor. I'm guessing the union culture must have a lot to do with it.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    Union culture, the culture of the rural poor, the culture of a college town/state capital, changing demographics in Milwaukee, the 2018 Dem wave.

    • Agree: Paleo Liberal
  292. @Eric Novak
    @Supply and Demand

    Yes, and spaghetti-fed white trash aren’t “Poles”.

    Replies: @Supply and Demand

    you’re correct, I am doing Whites a disservice by grouping the E1B1 Negroes East of the Oder with mainline white civilization.

    • Replies: @Eric Novak
    @Supply and Demand

    Ok Boomer, the sea hag wife will be removing the glass of Chivas Regal from the nightstand soon before ordering you to shut off the light and go to bed.

  293. @Hibernian
    @JimDandy

    Both victories were by razor thin margins. 2018 was more of a Democratic year. Wisconsin has for many years been characterized by both strong liberal and strong conservative political traditions.

    Replies: @Paleo Liberal

    Exactly.

    At that point you look at the individual candidates, or whether this is a year favoring Democrats or Republicans.

    For example, one Senator is a Democrat, the other a Republican. The Republican was elected in 2010 and re-elected in 2016. Both were good years for Republicans. The Democrat was elected in 2012 and re-elected in 2018. Both were good years for Democrats. Neither the Democratic nor the Republican Senator are particularly polarizing, so they don’t generate a lot of hate against them.

    Walker was a very polarizing governor, who won his first two terms and the recall election by very thin margins against total nonentities in years that were good for Republicans. He won in 2010 and was re-elected in 2014.

    Evers had several things going for him in 2018:

    1. It was a very good year for Democrats. Democrats won all the statewide offices in 2018.
    2. Walker made a LOT of enemies. That came back to bite him. Wisconsinites are very proud of schools and roads, and he cut funding for both.
    3. Walker had failed miserably in his run for President. He lost a lot of his luster that way.
    4. Walker essentially gave away the store to Foxconn, which is notorious for not keeping their end of the deal. Spoiler alert: they didn’t keep their end of the deal in Wisconsin, which anyone could have seen coming
    5. Evers has spent decades as a leader in education. That provided a good contrast to Walker being perceived as anti school. Certainly helped get the teacher vote.

  294. @Patrick in SC
    This whole resisiting arrest thing, which is only going to get much worse now, IMO, is a variant of the "walking in traffic" thing I thought I was the only one who noticed but I've seen other commenters mention as well.

    E.g. Blacks walking into traffic basically begging and even hoping to get hit so they can get paid. (It's also a pride thing: "I ain't yielding to no cracker") The fact that they might end up dead, and that death is like, forever, doesn't seem to compute. I guess it's part of that conceptualizing time thingy.*

    *I'm not suggesting either phenomenon is a common thing by any means. It's just that with getting shot while resisting arrest, it only takes 3 or 4 a year to keep the country burning for 365 days.

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Colin Wright

    ‘… E.g. Blacks walking into traffic basically begging and even hoping to get hit so they can get paid. (It’s also a pride thing: “I ain’t yielding to no cracker”) The fact that they might end up dead, and that death is like, forever, doesn’t seem to compute. I guess it’s part of that conceptualizing time thingy.*…’

    The Champeen in this genre was a negress who came out between two parked cars and made as if to shove her baby carriage in front of my oncoming moving van.

    • Replies: @black sea
    @Colin Wright

    I think I've shared this anecdote here before, but anyhow, back in he 90s I was driving to work during a pouring rainstorm. I was in a line of cars at a stoplight, and on the elevated median a black woman with a child was waiting to cross the road.

    The light turned green for us, and the cars ahead of me started moving. It was at this moment that the woman decided to cross, despite the fact that there were a couple of lanes of traffic moving forward. She stepped in front of the car immediately ahead of me, and got clipped by the driver's mirror. He of course got out to make sure she and the baby were OK. I offered him my business card and said that if there were any consequent legal problems he should contact me, as I would testify that she had stepped in front of his car against a green light, and there was nothing he could have done to prevent it.

    He seemed pretty flustered by the experience, but called later that morning to thank me. The woman never said one word during this encounter. She didn't complain, she didn't apologize, she didn't feign injury, she didn't try to reassure anyone (including the kid). Just completely inert. I don't think she was trying to pull some scam; I think she actually couldn't grasp the situation.

    I wondered if perhaps she was a recent immigrant from God-knows-where who'd never been in traffic before, and who perhaps couldn't speak English. Nevertheless, she didn't even register any facial expressions to indicate concern or fear or anger, or anything else.

    Weird.

  295. @JimDandy
    @John Johnson

    Let them eat cake, eh?

    Credit where credit is due: All seven bullets landed in the target.

    Anyway, there will always be cops who--knowing they only have one life to lose--will live by the adage "Better to be tried by 12 than carried by 6."

    If black lives really do matter, then there needs to be a massive social movement against fighting with police. A common attitude in black communities today seems to be indignation over the fact that cops will interfere with their criminal behavior. One of the results of this attitude--and the media's lockstep sympathy with this attitude--is that cops are less eager to interfere with black criminality. The outcome of this great victory for black people has been a massive increase in black deaths.

    Some blacks' racist hatred for white people is so demented that they would literally rather see black genocide than obey the rule of law or concede that traditional conceptions of white racism have virtually nothing to do with the plight of blacks today. But many black people know the truth. Blacks are suffering in great numbers because of black attitudes and behavior--AND because of the insidious, machiavellian form of true racism displayed by white Democrats who exploit blacks by encouraging self-destructive behavior and deluding them with fairytales of institutionalized white supremacy in contemporary America.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    Credit where credit is due: All seven bullets landed in the target.

    Are you suggesting we give him a point blank medal?

    I don’t disagree with anything you wrote about Democrats and the position that Blacks are in.

    I think the justice system has to be fair or things will be worse.

    If White police get frustrated with Blacks then they should find a new profession.

    Anyone prone to emotional backlash shouldn’t be in that position.

    This is the age of egalitarian stupidity and we have to get through it.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @John Johnson

    Any time someone violently resists arrest they are a potentially lethal threat and get what they deserve. When you appear to be reaching for a weapon and ignore police warnings to stop--you're asking to be killed. The asshole in Kenosha is 100 percent to blame for getting himself shot. The infinitely patient self-sacrificing Zen-cops you envision replacing all of these "white" cops who are "frustrated" with lawless blacks are a fantasy. The American urban trend of de-criminalizing black crime isn't making the justice system more fair, it's creating mayhem. Ultimately, this crime and chaos and the war on cops will lead to greater authoritarianism--more of a police state. Most people's highest value is order, whether they will admit it or not.

    George Floyd killed himself, and the asshole in Kenosha caused his own paralysis.

    As for some kind of medal for the cop who shot him? Yeah, I support that.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

  296. @Supply and Demand
    @Eric Novak

    you're correct, I am doing Whites a disservice by grouping the E1B1 Negroes East of the Oder with mainline white civilization.

    Replies: @Eric Novak

    Ok Boomer, the sea hag wife will be removing the glass of Chivas Regal from the nightstand soon before ordering you to shut off the light and go to bed.

  297. @Frank McGar
    @Jane Plain

    I really don't know what they are thinking or what they're endgame is. Is it just pure virtue-signalling? Is this the way they feel they need to write in order to keep their wealthy post-graduate subscribers interested? There seems to be a collective disdain for the working-class within academia and the literati, that's for sure. My sense is there's a lot of projected guilt and self-hatred going on here (not to mention a patronizing type of racism).

    On that note, I noticed something while reading D'Angelo's book (I couldn't get through all of it): she's racist, and her book reads like a confessional, a way for her to try and atone for her internalized sense of shame, as well as crowd-source her racism onto the entire white race. I get the same vibe from the writer of the Atlantic article, and from other "writers" of a similar ilk: they are so patronizingly racist that they don't believe blacks have any capacity for agency. The Atlantic writer can't imagine a way in which the shooting could be justified, because the suspect has the mind of a child, you see. How can a child who doesn't know any better be responsible for his actions? The liberal establishment has essentially adopted the attitude of a "fair-minded", paternalistic slave-owner. Hell, if we look at the actual history of the Democratic party, I reckon they were like this all along. If there was ever any doubt, the (possible) future president told black people that they are not really black if they vote for Trump. Yowzers.

    Black people are aware of this, to be sure. Black intellectuals (Loury, McWhorter, Sowell) and celebrities (Kanye, Morgan Freeeman, Denzel) have spoken on these very issues, but unfortunately they are mostly drowned out by the woke "intelligentsia" and the perpetually triggered, which further discourages other like-minded folks from speaking out. What we are seeing now is what happens when you treat people like children: they eventually throw a tantrum. Perhaps the liberal establishment's motivation to blame everyone else but themselves is merely a deflection- point the finger at the "dumb white masses" so the blacks don't find out who the real enemy is, lest they realize that the person patting them on the head and telling them that they will take care of them is actually just trying to hold their head underwater. It's too late though for all the smug anti-racist white people, they're gonna burn your shit too.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    Perhaps the liberal establishment’s motivation to blame everyone else but themselves is merely a deflection- point the finger at the “dumb white masses” so the blacks don’t find out who the real enemy is

    The liberal establishment leaders don’t believe in racial equality. Their followers do but the liberals at the top are racial realists and will point at the “dumb white masses” because it is convenient.

    Their plan is erasing race through miscegenation. That is their only option unless genetic engineering becomes affordable. Admitting the truth is unthinkable.

    To this end the only threat they face is White people. So they will demonize or blame any group of Whites when they get the chance.

    Liberals and leftists at the top are aware of what could be described as an unfortunate reality. Nature isn’t on the side of leftist racial ideals. The typical left leaning voter though truly believes that race doesn’t exist and it’s just racist Whites that are to blame for everything. But the profs and politicians at the top are well aware that it is all a lie. They know full well that admitting the truth means the entire left would collapse.

    I don’t base this merely on opinion or speculation. I am ex-liberal in part because of what I saw first hand. The widespread corruption required to maintain the lie is beyond what anyone can imagine. Gain the trust of an inner city school teacher for a real look at what happens.

  298. @Colin Wright
    @Patrick in SC

    '... E.g. Blacks walking into traffic basically begging and even hoping to get hit so they can get paid. (It’s also a pride thing: “I ain’t yielding to no cracker”) The fact that they might end up dead, and that death is like, forever, doesn’t seem to compute. I guess it’s part of that conceptualizing time thingy.*...'

    The Champeen in this genre was a negress who came out between two parked cars and made as if to shove her baby carriage in front of my oncoming moving van.

    Replies: @black sea

    I think I’ve shared this anecdote here before, but anyhow, back in he 90s I was driving to work during a pouring rainstorm. I was in a line of cars at a stoplight, and on the elevated median a black woman with a child was waiting to cross the road.

    The light turned green for us, and the cars ahead of me started moving. It was at this moment that the woman decided to cross, despite the fact that there were a couple of lanes of traffic moving forward. She stepped in front of the car immediately ahead of me, and got clipped by the driver’s mirror. He of course got out to make sure she and the baby were OK. I offered him my business card and said that if there were any consequent legal problems he should contact me, as I would testify that she had stepped in front of his car against a green light, and there was nothing he could have done to prevent it.

    He seemed pretty flustered by the experience, but called later that morning to thank me. The woman never said one word during this encounter. She didn’t complain, she didn’t apologize, she didn’t feign injury, she didn’t try to reassure anyone (including the kid). Just completely inert. I don’t think she was trying to pull some scam; I think she actually couldn’t grasp the situation.

    I wondered if perhaps she was a recent immigrant from God-knows-where who’d never been in traffic before, and who perhaps couldn’t speak English. Nevertheless, she didn’t even register any facial expressions to indicate concern or fear or anger, or anything else.

    Weird.

  299. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @throtler
    Talk about a system being broken. Whoever is moderating these comments is doing a piss-poor job. I have been on this thread for an hour,a and I have made no comments. I tried to click "agree" to a comment and I get "you are posting comments too quickly. Slow down." I used to comment at Amren, but I don't anymore and I won't even visit the site because they deleted too many of my comments even though I did not swear or get abusive. I guess I will have to leave here too if I feel I am being dealt with unfairly. You can't comment at The Gateway Pundit anymore. If there is a way and I am doing something wrong, I wish someone would tell me what is going on. There are so few places to go to comment that are not leftist sites.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Jim Don Bob

    I have been on this thread for an hour,a and I have made no comments. I tried to click “agree” to a comment and I get “you are posting comments too quickly. Slow down.”

    I do not know how many “agree” tags registered members get to use per hour, but is it possible you may have hit the “agree” button in another thread?

    In any event, if you think the site software isn’t working correctly, there is a bugs & suggestions thread here:

    https://www.unz.com/announcement/bugs-suggestions/

    I guess I will have to leave here too if I feel I am being dealt with unfairly.

    unz.com is run by people and sometimes people make mistakes; things are not always going to work right on this (or any) website.

    As you say, there aren’t many places to go to comment that are not leftist sites. I think it is important to support the few remaining right-wing sites that have not been cancelled and try to give them the benefit of the doubt whenever possible.

    I do not know what your patience threshold is, but if you are willing to stick around and make allowances for the occasional lapse, you will probably find it to be worth your while.

  300. @throtler
    Talk about a system being broken. Whoever is moderating these comments is doing a piss-poor job. I have been on this thread for an hour,a and I have made no comments. I tried to click "agree" to a comment and I get "you are posting comments too quickly. Slow down." I used to comment at Amren, but I don't anymore and I won't even visit the site because they deleted too many of my comments even though I did not swear or get abusive. I guess I will have to leave here too if I feel I am being dealt with unfairly. You can't comment at The Gateway Pundit anymore. If there is a way and I am doing something wrong, I wish someone would tell me what is going on. There are so few places to go to comment that are not leftist sites.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Jim Don Bob

    I do not know what your patience threshold is, but if you are willing to stick around and make allowances for the occasional lapse, you will probably find it to be worth your while.

    The sign says “Comments are moderated at whim.” I was first to comment on a post in July and my comment didn’t pass moderation for over 36 hours. You just gotta be patient. Or send Steve more money.

  301. @Anonymousse
    @Matt Buckalew


    Police are supposed to have a monopoly on force.
     
    That you RBG, still kicking after all?

    NO. Police are NOT supposed to have a monopoly on force. We’re still *supposed* to have a constitution and that constitution guarantees that police NOT have a monopoly on force. We’re still *supposed* to have actual laws and governing case law too, and those ALSO ensure that police NOT have a monopoly on force.

    How about we just go ahead and hold on to our own legal and moral right to force, at least until police stop standing down and letting all our stuff get burned down and stolen by criminal mobs

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew

    Lol this is laughable. Our constitution mandates that you comply immediately with lawful orders issued by the police. There’s no trial by combat or if you subdue me then I have to submit provision. A cop issues a lawful order and the second you use force to resist that order you are committing a felony. And thank god. If you hit a cop enforcing a lawful order you should be a homo sacer- the courts are where you seek redress not in the streets.

  302. @Jane Plain
    @Matt Buckalew

    Nice to give a link, hun.

    Replies: @Lurker

    It’s now said to be a knife, not a gun.

    Can’t remember where I saw that.

  303. @John Johnson
    @JimDandy

    Credit where credit is due: All seven bullets landed in the target.

    Are you suggesting we give him a point blank medal?

    I don't disagree with anything you wrote about Democrats and the position that Blacks are in.

    I think the justice system has to be fair or things will be worse.

    If White police get frustrated with Blacks then they should find a new profession.

    Anyone prone to emotional backlash shouldn't be in that position.

    This is the age of egalitarian stupidity and we have to get through it.

    Replies: @JimDandy

    Any time someone violently resists arrest they are a potentially lethal threat and get what they deserve. When you appear to be reaching for a weapon and ignore police warnings to stop–you’re asking to be killed. The asshole in Kenosha is 100 percent to blame for getting himself shot. The infinitely patient self-sacrificing Zen-cops you envision replacing all of these “white” cops who are “frustrated” with lawless blacks are a fantasy. The American urban trend of de-criminalizing black crime isn’t making the justice system more fair, it’s creating mayhem. Ultimately, this crime and chaos and the war on cops will lead to greater authoritarianism–more of a police state. Most people’s highest value is order, whether they will admit it or not.

    George Floyd killed himself, and the asshole in Kenosha caused his own paralysis.

    As for some kind of medal for the cop who shot him? Yeah, I support that.

    • Replies: @SteveRogers42
    @JimDandy

    Exhibit A.

    https://twitter.com/mfoxhunter/status/1297768327935397888

  304. @RVBlake
    @Nicholas Stix

    Yes, that one. I was, of course, being sarcastic. I was employing the language I've heard apologists use.

    Replies: @Nicholas Stix

    Sorry. It’s gotten so difficult to distinguish between sarcasm and literalism.

  305. @JimDandy
    @John Johnson

    Any time someone violently resists arrest they are a potentially lethal threat and get what they deserve. When you appear to be reaching for a weapon and ignore police warnings to stop--you're asking to be killed. The asshole in Kenosha is 100 percent to blame for getting himself shot. The infinitely patient self-sacrificing Zen-cops you envision replacing all of these "white" cops who are "frustrated" with lawless blacks are a fantasy. The American urban trend of de-criminalizing black crime isn't making the justice system more fair, it's creating mayhem. Ultimately, this crime and chaos and the war on cops will lead to greater authoritarianism--more of a police state. Most people's highest value is order, whether they will admit it or not.

    George Floyd killed himself, and the asshole in Kenosha caused his own paralysis.

    As for some kind of medal for the cop who shot him? Yeah, I support that.

    Replies: @SteveRogers42

    Exhibit A.

  306. @Dave Pinsen
    Maybe videos of cops shooting black suspects should be censored from social and traditional media for 24 hours. Give time to call up police or national guard reinforcements, have political leaders and police chiefs hold press conferences, etc.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Anonymousse, @Lagertha

    well all the facts were shot to shit, today. But, whatever. Wisconsin is going for Trump…so people are angry – duh.

  307. Wisconsin 3rd-6th generation families are JUST NOT GONNA LET THEIR HOMES/LIVES BURN DOWN Nor have their children reamed. NO ONE WILL DESTROY the white, black, brown people of Wisconsin! No one will be allowed to destroy our way of life.

  308. @AnotherDad
    @Bill Jones


    ” if the perp is reaching for a weapon which kills police officers many more times than police kill innocent perpetrators.”

    In the real world Cops are ten times more likely to kill people than to be killed.
    1000 killed a year by them versus 100 killed a year of them.
     
    I grabbed for that thought too, but you'll note Seneca has a key word in there--"innocent".

    The cops screwup--sometimes just insanely or thuggishly--and kill innocents. But overwhelmingly the cops kill very non-innocent criminals who need killing. If we didn't have cops the "neighborhood association" would have killed, or run off, most of these dirtbags.

    And that is really the standard in judging police behavior. If the police did not exist, is this the sort of action the men of the community take to maintain their civilization? In most cases the answer is "yes". And the "no" cases of actually misbehavior stand out like sore thumbs.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Bill Jones

    Don’t you think his use of the word “innocent” is somewhat nullified by being followed by “perpetrators”?

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