|Blacks brag to New York Times about how running from police in 65 percent black Baltimore is "a game": Can we hurry up and invent Artificial Intelligence to forever usurp white liberal rule and end this insanity?|
The Baltimore Police Department and other police departments brought in to quell the black riots were told to stand down by the black mayor who was quoted as saying, "Let them loot... it's only property." [Sheriff: ‘I Was Sick To My Stomach’ After Being Told To Stand Down, Baltimore CBS, 4-30-15]
The Maryland Public Defender's Office is arguing in court that Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake exceeded her authority last month when she imposed a citywide curfew amid the unrest that followed the death of Freddie Gray.
City prosecutors, meanwhile, have decided to drop all charges against those whose sole charges were for curfew violations, saying "the arrest was punishment enough."
Dozens were arrested on curfew violations during the five nights the curfew was in effect. Businesses complained of sharp drops in revenue, and some people said the curfew was enforced disproportionately in majority-black neighborhoods.Those "disproportionately" black neighborhoods are home to (what The Economist laments) homicide rates that are 20 times the national average... because they are full of black people.
And now, we learn this. [Running From Police Is the Norm, Some in Baltimore Say, New York Times, 5-10-15]:
Some do it because there are warrants for their arrest. Others because they possess drugs, are seeking a thrill, or are just plain scared. Sometimes people do it even when they have done nothing wrong.
Young men in the heavily policed neighborhood where 25-year-old Freddie Gray was chased by the police — and suffered fatal injuries in custody — say running from officers is a way of life with its own playbook, passed down on the streets in much the way a young girl learns double dutch by watching others on the block.
Turn at the nearest corner to escape the officers’ view. Cut through alleys or narrow paths with hiding spots. Once the pursuers have been eluded, stay put for a while to make sure they are really gone. And if getting caught seems inevitable, surrender where there are plenty of witnesses to reduce the odds of being beaten.
“People been running from the police,” said Desmond Davis, 24, a Baltimore resident. “People going to always run from the police.”
As children, several Baltimore residents said, they turned running from the police into a high-stakes game of tag. Most spoke on the condition of anonymity or gave only their street names because they did not want to be identified by the police.
A 21-year-old man who goes by Reek said his youthful encounters with the police usually went something like this: Officers would pull up while he stood with friends on a corner and tell them to move. They would make a smart remark to the officers, the officers would respond, and so they would jaw back and forth until the officers seemed to have enough and got out of the car.
“And they’ll chase us,” Reek said.
“Around here, you grow up into that stuff,” he added. “Now, as I’m older, it’s no point. Because now, if you look at it, if you run, it’s going to make matters even worse.”
Yet for some, there are very basic reasons to run, even as an adult.
Nelly, a 27-year-old from Baltimore, said that as a pair of officers were preparing to arrest him for having a marijuana joint last summer, he had a quick calculation to make. He had just gotten a new job as a maintenance technician at an apartment complex, so going to jail that night could have meant missing work the next day and possibly losing his job. The officers had a loose grip on him, and he knew he could break free if he wanted. But was it worth the risk?
Yes, he decided.
He bolted and quickly caught a break when one of the officers fell off the curb. Nelly said he cut down an alley, jetted into an abandoned house and lay face down.“It was bugs and everything,” he said.
He waited for about an hour, he said, and then used his cellphone to call a friend to pick him up.
The police did eventually catch up with him, about a week later, he said, when the officers who had given chase recognized him and took him into custody. When the arresting officers asked why he had run, he said, he told them: “Man, I had to work. I got three kids, you know. I couldn’t miss no work.”Am I the only person who looks forward to the dawn of Artificial Intelligence and the supplanting of Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) from performing their task as the managerial elite of society, knowing full our future robot overlords will not be able to compute or understand the "compassion" and "understanding" that birthed this monstrous era known as Black-Run America (BRA)?
For Artificial Intelligence would deem any society tolerating the destruction of city after city (Detroit, Newark, Memphis, Baltimore, Birmingham, New Orleans, Camden, Philadelphia, Chicago, Rochester, St. Louis, and Milwaukee) by the exact same variable - black people - not worth perpetuating.