Accuracy International Super Magnum L115A1 w/ silencer
There is one point re:
the tragedy in Dallas that is absolutely taboo, and so I'm
going to jump right in here with it: This guy Micah Xavier Johnson, if he really took
down all those cops by himself, was an incredibly competent sharpshooter,
well trained by the Army to kill targets at a distance. If the guy had had a silencer, today he would likely be planning his next project and cops all across
the country would be pooping themselves. Recall the havoc John Allen
Muhammad, the "beltway sniper" caused in 2002. He was also black,
pissed off, and trained in the Army.
In 2015 American cops killed about 300 unarmed people -- about 6 per week.
About a third of them were blacks, but only 15% of the population is black. Of course, of these 6 killings per week, we only hear about
the ones that were video'd, which is only a tiny, tiny fraction of the
entire carnage. But even then, although a third of unarmed people
killed by cops (UPKC) are blacks, it seems that videos of black
UPKCs predominate on the web and MSM. I mean, we should be seeing 2x more
vids of white UPKCs than black ones, but I know that's not the case.
I wonder why the blacks are so much more adept at getting the deadly and
incriminating vids out to the public -- the best example of all being the
live-stream of Philandro Castile.
But in spite of this ongoing and growing annual UPKC body count, which
seems to be mostly OK with white folks, I'm going to state a radical proposition:
No unarmed person of any color should ever be killed by cops, and
"cops" includes prison screws. And I mean never, under any
circumstance. Zero tolerance. The cops have more than sufficient non-lethal means at their disposal to apprehend unarmed suspects
or inmates without killing them. There should be federal anti-killer-cop laws that
require the local US Atty to automatically seek a federal indictment in every case in
which a civilian dies at the hands of cops. Any defenses the cop may have would be assessed by the grand jury
and petit jury instead of the law enforcement machinery, which always has a conflict in such
In comparison to cops killing unarmed civilians on almost a daily basis, according to FBI stats, only
about 3 dozen cops "feloniously die" in the line of duty each year --
half the number of taxi drivers killed on the job. Source
So we're talking a kill-ratio of UPKCs to dead cops of something like 8:1.
If that ratio were reversed, it would be 40 cops feloniously killed per
year and 3 unarmed civilians killed by cops. That is a lot closer to
what it should be.
One of the reasons for the current grossly disproportionate ratio is that US
cops have been importing Yisraeli apartheid policing tactics since 9/11,
which means shoot on the least provocation, and shoot only to kill. The
connection between current American cop tactics, UPKCs, and Yisrael has been well
documented by Muriel Kane (Raw
Story), Max Blumenthal (The
Exiled), and Kristian Davis Bailey (Ebony).
The Government of Yisrael (GoY) plays so
rough because it is trying to cleanse Palestine of Palestinians. The
deadly tactics are GoY policy meant to encourage the Palestinians to flee.
In contrast, I don't think there is any evidence of coordinated racial cleansing in
America. I mean nobody thinks the blacks are going to flee
America. A black American, on average, can trace his or her lineage
in America farther back than the white American, on average. Blacks are
more American than whites are. On a seniority basis, America belongs more
to blacks than to whites. And, unlike Palestinians, black
Americans are armed. And so in spite of the cops employing GoY tactics, black Americans and those in their corner have the potential to
adjust that 8:1 kill-ratio downwards or reverse it.
I can only see two possible ways to do that: #1) Retaliatory killing of
cops to bring the cop-side of the ratio up, or #2)
Policy, statutory, and judicial changes in ensure killer cops are
convicted and locked-up for good or executed to bring the UPKC side of the
One is extra-judicial payback, the other judicial payback Either way, payback for the past is deterrence for the
future (tm), and the future is what this post is about.
But we all know by now that the judicial solution ain't going to happen -- not with police unions and the silent blue line obstructing justice.
Not with the subjective "but I was scared" defense, and the phony American
patriotism that supports cops regardless of how extreme their psychopathology.
America has been here before, with blacks being gunned down in large numbers by
cops who get off without penalty, and I'm thinking the "Red Summer" of 1919 and
the Tulsa massacre of 1921. But back then there were no well trained,
heavily armed blacks to extract extra-judicial payback when the courts
failed. There was no internet to broadcast
videos across the country within minutes of the murders, or, now, live-streaming these killer cops in
action. Things have changed, as we have seen in Dallas.
All of this suggests to me that if the politicians, the prosecutors, the judges, don't get their shit together soon and start holding cops accountable,
a lot more people are going to reach the breaking point like Johnson did. Maybe in the long run that will save
lives, once the cops realize that blacks and other fair-minded people are
not going to tolerate cops gunning down unarmed people anymore.
Conversely, maybe a violent push-back against cop-violence will lead to a total
police state -- and I note here how the USG is arming NOAA, IRS, FDA, EPA
and many other non-defense/non-security agencies with billions of dollars worth of automatic weapons and hollow-point
ammo so that the number of armed agency employees now exceeds the number
of armed US Marines.
Yep, it's getting to be a scary place for white America. It always has been for
blacks. Maybe it's time for the white middle class to get its apathetic head
out of its collective ass and exert its political power for what is right for
a change in hopes of averting more tragedies .
Here are some stats I base this opinion on Source
Only 10 of the 102 cases in 2015 where an unarmed black person was killed by police resulted in officer(s) being charged with a crime, and only 2 of these deaths (Matthew Ajibade and Eric Harris) resulted in convictions of officers involved. Only 1 of 2 officers convicted for their involvement in Matthew Ajibade's death received jail time. He was sentenced to 1 year in jail and allowed to serve this time exclusively on weekends. Deputy Bates, who killed Eric Harris, will be sentenced May 31.
[N.B. Bates was not an actual cop; he was an insurance exec who paid to play cop in Tulsa. He got 4 years for manslaughter.]