|Every city is seeing this more and more|
Indianapolis is about to kickoff its Black Expo, an event that was incredibly violent last year and that requires a massive police and volunteer presence to go on this year. On the first day of the expo, two Black people have already been shot.
Newark (Baltimore and Atlanta too) has already become a police state because of
Though the ACLU protested, Columbia (South Carolina) passed an emergency curfew after the brutal beating of white Carter Strange by eight very Black men. Cleveland, a city where Black people fail to pay bus tickets, is a city where an emergency curfew is needed because of - surprise - Black people:
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio -- This city, known for its liberalism, tolerance and racial diversity, finds itself in the thick of a social dilemma: How do you crack down on trouble-making groups of teenagers -- mostly black -- without violating civil rights or appearing to be racist?
In the wake of disruptions at the Coventry Street Fair on Sunday by hundreds of the teens, the city kicked into emergency mode, adopting a draconian curfew Wednesday. The new law, which took effect Thursday, prohibits anyone under 18 to be in the Coventry Village or Cedar-Lee commercial areas after 6 p.m. unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Law professor Lewis Katz, from Case Western Reserve University, said that the curfew will likely face a constitutional challenge.
"I think it's too broad," he said. "I think it's just too restrictive on teenage kids."
Mike Brickner, spokesman for the American Civil Liberties Union, characterized the new law as "a classic example of smashing a fly with a sledgehammer."
Philadelphia is a city on the brink after three consecutive weeks of massive violence. Mobile, Alabama, famous for Black people trying to find the leprechaun, is another town where
Had a teen curfew been in place, a 17-year-old injured in an early morning shooting may have been at home, Mobile Police Chief Micheal T. Williams said Tuesday.
The shooting occurred about 1 a.m. Tuesday at St. Francis and Claiborne streets in downtown, according to authorities and news reports.
Williams said that the teen who was injured had been attending a function at The Temple Downtown.
"There had been a fight in the parking lot, (behind) Club Insanity, and while he was standing near the temple he felt something," Williams said of the injured teen. "I don’t know if he was involved in the fight or if it was a stray bullet. The investigators are still looking at it. I do know from the reports that I got that he went to the hospital and that he didn’t require any stitches or any type of surgery."
Milwaukee is a town where Black people are actively targeting white people, knowing that the current police chief is too much a wimp to dare be like Police Chief Harold A. Breier. No, you know have a police chief who calls crime 'color blind':
Shaina Perry remembers the punch to her face, blood streaming from a cut over her eye, her backpack with her asthma inhaler, debit card and cellphone stolen, and then the laughter.As Lawrence Auster has long said, "the more racially violent the behavior of blacks becomes, the more racist whites are for noticing it and being concerned about it." Police Chief Flynn had this to say:
"They just said 'Oh, white girl bleeds a lot,'" said Perry, 22, who was attacked at Kilbourn Reservoir Park over the Fourth of July weekend.
Though Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn noted Tuesday that crime is colorblind, he called the Sunday night looting of a convenience store near the park and beatings of a group of people who had gone to the park disturbing, outrageous and barbaric.
Flynn has called a community meeting to talk to residents in the Riverwest neighborhood at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday about the events of July 3. He said it was important to challenge commentary in some blogs and reader comments on news stories that emphasize the race of the victims and suspects.Noticing that Black people are attacking is not to be tolerated in Black-Run America, even if it is happening in cities across the nation (and has cool names like Knockout King or Polar Bear Hunting).
“We can’t allow this activity to divide this community because ultimately it’s this community standing together that will identify these individuals and ultimately bring them to justice.”
Police have still not said the looting and the beatings are connected, although they might involve some of the same people. Several of those injured described being attacked by a mob that subjected them to racial taunts. The injured were white; the attackers were African-American, witnesses said.
Mayor Tom Barrett, who also was at the Gordon Park meeting, said the parents who turned in their children saw video of the incident at the gas station and called police.
Though crime in New Orleans is primarily courtesy of Black people, saying this as a police commander is grounds for reassignment (even if the event in question - The Essence Festival - is a largely Black event) :
As one of the nation's premier festivals celebrating African-American culture got under way Friday, the commander of an elite New Orleans police unit instructed his officers to target young black men for questioning, according to two sources with knowledge of the matter.
Police Commander Eddie Selby, the head of the NOPD's Special Operations Division, was reassigned and placed under internal investigation Monday for allegedly giving his officers "inappropriate instructions" before they embarked on downtown patrols.
Selby made the comments to a diverse group of more than 30 people, including patrol officers and ranking supervisors, at a roll call meeting before sending them off to their assignments, the sources said. He told his officers to look for young black males sitting on stoops because they are responsible for recent armed robberies and are likely carrying guns, the sources said.
Braden on Sunday said the officers who heard the comments were deployed "in the most popular tourist spots -- the French Quarter, hotel areas like the Central Business District and Downtown Development District." Those areas were packed with Essence Festival attendees all weekend.Chicago? Don't even get us started on the windy city, where Black crime is being covered up by those in the highest echelons of power. Same in Washington D.C., same in New York, where no paper will dare report the truth that every one knows, but no one dares admit:
The NOPD has been accused of racial profiling before. In March, a scathing U.S. Department of Justice report questioned whether the NOPD's arrest practices were discriminatory. The federal probe, part of a civil litigation review that will lead to an eventual consent decree, found that African-American residents are arrested in disproportionate numbers and that the disparity occurs with serious crimes -- ranging from homicide to larceny -- as well as less-serious offenses.
Knowing that Disingenuous White Liberals and PWJ’s are in charge of the editorial policy at The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, and Gannett assets, and openly admit to censoring stories of Black criminality, it’s easy to understand why many newspapers are losing subscribers and the ability to charge huge rates for national ad campaigns.
In Nashville, police just started dropping thousands of domestic violence cases all because Black people don't snitch:
Nashville police dropped their investigations into domestic violence complaints at an increasingly high rate during the past four years, possible fallout from the department's focus on improving crime-fighting statistics.Charlotte, Birmingham, and St. Petersburg are cities where curfews - normally reserved for martial law, war or natural disasters - are needed to keep the peace. Don't get us started on Grand Rapids.
That's the conclusion of a statistical analysis of domestic violence complaints conducted by The Tennessean, a spot check of cases by the newspaper and a retired detective, and interviews with former members of the police department.
In 2005, police cleared 211 cases without making an arrest. One year later, the number jumped to 3,866, and by 2009, it was 5,600.
Police cited the victims' lack of cooperation for not pursuing those arrests, but state law says that cannot be an excuse if there is other evidence or probable cause.
Black Memorial Day 2011 showed us a taste of things to come. Cities can enact curfews, post armed guards in front of fast food joints, and bring in Blackwater (XE) to patrol the streets - those in power can even say crime is 'colorblind' - but the truth is being broadcast from sea to sea shining sea, with Black criminality being shown for all to see.
No one can predict what is coming or what city could possibly have the first incident of police brutality that sparks the wrong kind of fire; but based on trends that city leaders and police are taking across the nation, it appears that many municipalities are preparing for 'it'.