Sunday, July 10, 2016

The war on cops: The big lie of the anti-cop left turns lethal

“What do we want? Dead cops.”

Remember that Black Lives Matter chant. Well, they got 'em. Five policemen slain in Dallas, with more to come.

This is a must-read article: "The War on Cops: How the New Attack on Law and Order Makes Everyone Less Safe" by Heather Mac Donald.

Via Fox News.

1 comment:

Bill Elder said...

It's obvious by the politicians and media narratives being spun over this that the police are being scapegoated and violent reaction is quietly encouraged and tolerated by the political/media elite - it needs to be pointed out that this type of emotional public manipulation is a classic Marxist destabilization tool used in many, many other regime coups in the past - so you know the nature of those who promote white guilt and cop hate - ultimately America hate.

What has be bothered is that young people today (who you would expect to be more aware and informed than past generations) are falling hook line and sinker for this self destructive narrative - even their grand parents in 1948 knew better as this Harding College educational film showed -

(Shuttle through to 8:22 where the money quote is) - "When anyone tries to preach disunity through class, race or religious intolerance, you know that person means to rob you of your freedom" - so true - as proven by the killing fields that checkerboard the earth wherever staist Marxism has been active.

- it's all about the narrative - the big lie - concentration camps (gulags) are for nationalists who do not buy the big lie - and the big lie here is it is police who are responsible for killing blacks, when in Chicago alone last year 2000 blacks were killed by other blacks. We needn't get into the history of the social engineers who created the regressed black inner-city self-destructive underclass or that there are 50% more unemployed blacks now than in 2008 - but this failed social experiment to ghettoize blacks on a Democrat voter plantation is linked to the lie now that black inner city culture's degenerative outcome is the product of racist police.

Google "Soros and Black Lives Matter" and ask yourself why an insulated billionaire would be so involved in inflaming racial tension in the US.

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"