Saturday, April 18, 2015

Depolicing the Lowlifes

Everyone has seen the video of Michael Slager shooting the guy running from him in the back five times. "He's a psychopath," some say. Perhaps. Or maybe he has some of PTSD from dealing with lowlifes. After all the guy he shot had been fighting with him.

The police never did this when I was kid. Now we have a nation full of Third World criminal trash. You know - the misnamed "Multiculturalism."

I suggest the police depolice these people, except to keep them out of decent areas. It's got to the point I don't care what happens to them. They want to attack each other? Not my problem. Let them police themselves.

When I was about 12 years old a cop pulled over a guy roaring down our street in his car. He was a teenager. The cop yelled at him in public. The guy stood there wiith his head hanging down. That was it. End of story. No ticket. Just being embarrassed in public.

It's nearly impossible for this to happen today.

People aren't equal. Some people are trash. They are always with us, and we certainly don't need to import them. Because the more we do, the worse the police are going to act. And their bad behavior to going to slop over onto innocent people, just as it is doing now.

6 comments:

cecilhenry said...

'I suggest the police depolice these people, except to keep them out of decent areas.'

That's what separate countries are supposed to be. IT is freedom of association and disassociation.

The more laws the more unjust, coercive, exploitive and opportunistic the state becomes.

Your point about the officer in the 1950's is well made. I was just thinking about this very issue of the increasingly parasitic and manipulative nature of law enforcement now compared to how it used to be.

Enforcement by community consent has been replaced by state exploitation. And people are fed up with feeding this parasite.

Bob Wallace said...

Actually it was in the late 1960s.

RustyShackleford said...

"That's what separate countries are supposed to be."

The people who run the government (the Bushes, Clintons, Obama and their backers) don't think of the US as a country. When you boil away all their euphemisms, it is to them just a place where they live and make money. In the modern US we are all just corporate citizens. Hating Americans anymore is liking hating the employees at mcdonalds because you don't like big macs.

Rusty Shackleford said...

"I suggest the police depolice these people, except to keep them out of decent areas. It's got to the point I don't care what happens to them. They want to attack each other? Not my problem. Let them police themselves. "

You're talking about North St. Louis. That place is like the real life version of The Road Warrior, and the police mostly only show up to clean up the mess. The Wallace doctrine is in effect there. It's when you have a place where there's still a large population of law abiding citizens mixed with trash that the situation becomes messy. There's a reason the Mike Brown thing happened in racially mixed Ferguson instead of Walnut Park.

Bob Wallace said...

I lived in St. Louis for 15 years and was there I first heard the word "depolice."

Hamsta said...

There is a defacto soft apartheid system in America. As Canadian, looking from the outside in, it is obvious that racism is baked into the founding of the US.

The blacks want to be different and it stands to reason that they would want to maintain their basic identity. "Soul" music from the 60's was NOT a random term.

The "problem" is intractable and has no solution. No solution - no problem. Different thinking is required. But blacks are not going to turn into nice white folk.

In Canada, we have a lot of races and creeds due to immigration. Pressures are starting to build, but we don't have slavery as the elephant in the room.