Who Rules the Streets of New York?

Lisa Evers, My Fox New York, October 16, 2013

Who rules the streets? Some are beginning to wonder after a rash of incidents in the city organized by flash mobs.

You can find all types of vehicles making their way around Manhattan. Last weekend, more than a thousand skate boarders cruised city streets in the annual Broadway Bomb. Hundreds of bikers could be seen in the road rage video that went viral a few weeks ago.


Police say they’ve taken action to stop the rush of bikers and boarders that show up once the call goes out on social media. {snip}

One flash mob even took over an underground section of a city bridge for a party.

The NYPD says officers have confiscated well over a thousand motorcycles and have police monitoring social media so they can be prepared for any large events that pop up.

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  • sbuffalonative

    Mad Max is here. Soon we will be accused of violating their ‘civil rights’ by enforcing traffic laws. Third-world bullies and intimidation come to the streets of America.

    • So CAL Snowman

      It also reminds me of “The Walking Dead.” White people can’t even leave the safety of our domiciles without encountering swarms of diversity who want nothing more than a nice big hunk of White flesh.

      • Spartacus

        The difference is that the dark-skins won’t be yelling “BRAINS !”, they’ll be yelling “RAYCISS!” .

        • Sick of it

          I just read a ridiculous article yesterday about a supposed zombie apocalypse 10,000 years ago in Eurasia, supposedly proven by so many skulls with their faces smashed in. I knew immediately it had to do with the genocidal warfare of the times, but liberals are just clueless people.

          • Spartacus

            Please stop calling them “liberals”, as they are no such thing. True liberals (now called “classical liberals”) would be WNs today. They are marxists, nothing more and nothing less .

          • There was a lot of that in North America and elsewhere. Read “War Before Civilization”, by Lawrence H. Keeley, 1996, ISBN-13 978-0-19-511912-1. This is paperback: US$19.99, Oxford University Press.

    • saxonsun

      This breakdown of the social contract reminds me of “A Clockwork Orange.” We are not too far from that.

  • Spartacus


  • bigone4u

    A white society that took thousands of years to evolve is now devolving in the twinkle of an historic eye because of blacks, browns, and the cheap politicians who sold us out for a shekel or two.

    • Sick of it

      Politicians love their 30 pieces of silver.

      • Erasmus

        How long will my comment stand if I say that there may soon come a time when their fellow citizens will do it for them?

        Al-Qai’da isn’t the biggest threat to the country’s well-being. That honor belongs to our “leaders” in government.

        • Sick of it

          Considering that our government more or less created al Qaeda, it’s hard to disagree.

          • vladdy1

            And with al Qaeda being under the umbrella of the muslim brotherhood, this government works WITH them.

          • Sick of it

            Why not? Obama’s brother is a part of the Muslim Brotherhood. But that’s right, we can’t remove him from office…because terrorists are ok now?

  • Jesse James

    hmm not sure let me guess…Progressives….no Jews?….. no Savage Negroes?….mmm ahha Puerto Ricans?…Homeland Security? ….oh yeah Skateboarders, that must be it.

  • JohnEngelman

    Bicycling should be encouraged. If many downtown streets were available only for bicycles, skateborders and public transportation it would be beneficial to the environment, and to the health of those riding bicycles and skateboards.

    • How often do you ride your bicycle?

      • JohnEngelman


        • vladdy1

          Freedom of choice still applies to transportation, tho’ who knows how long it will continue.

    • MBlanc46

      That’s fine for southern California, not so good for Chicago. Our two most recent mayors have been going nuts creating bike lanes that are completely unused for for or five months of the year,

      • JohnEngelman

        They could use those bike lanes for cross country skying.

        • MBlanc46

          Better they should use them for parking or driving as they used to be. Parking is always tight in the city, and most downtown streets are heavily traveled. I get using bikes in Amsterdam. Perhaps there are American cities where heavier bike use should be promoted, but Chicago is not one of them.

      • Gilbert Jacobi

        Oh, and didn’t you love the way those plastic lane dividing posts sprang up overnight, turning your routine commute into a hair-raising obstacle course? How irregularly running streets like Elston Avenue, with intersections that were tricky enough already, suddenly became mazes, as you were supposed to figure out, at 35 mph, with traffic behind and on all sides, how to cross the new lanes?

        • MBlanc46

          This is a minor act of destruction by Rahmulus compared to many of the acts of vandalism that he’s undertaking, but it’s one that affects many ordinary people directly on a daily basis.

      • jackryanvb

        Biking is a mostly White thing. Fat Mexicans don’t bike. It’s virtually impossible to do effective drive by shootings on bicycles.

        • But that doesn’t keep thug blacks from trying. There’s a bike-by shooting in the bell curve part of St. Louis about once a year.

        • pcmustgo

          Actually Mexicans bike here in NYC all the time- as deliverymen delivering take out food.

  • a multiracial individual

    Skateboarding is my favorite sport (by far). I certainly resent the “punk image” we still have.

    • MBlanc46

      Apparently, a lot of skateboarders are punks.

      • oregonlocal

        And most of the longboarders racing in the annual Broadway Bomb are not.

  • Rhialto

    True and relevant! Wise White men will prepare as best they can.

  • willbest

    I thought we had Wal-Mart looting from yesterday that shows it doesn’t even take a hungry stomach. They will get right down with the savagery the second they are aware there aren’t any consequences.

  • Sick of it

    People who are not Eskimos have much more to do with it all, though it is partially our fault for letting them get away with it.

  • NoMosqueHere

    Al Sharpton and his motley crew would march through the streets of NYC and chant their war cry: “Whose streets; our streets!”

    What is the not so subtle subtext of Sharpton’s war chant? The blacks control the streets, not you whitey. And if you don’t like it, be prepared to fight.

  • vladdy1

    And aren’t some streets completely blocked every Friday by “prayers”?

  • pcmustgo

    A Pakistani cab driver once literally tried to run me off the road- within inches of my feet… A black guy did the same once too when I was out biking.

  • pcmustgo

    Yeah, I heard whites were harassed a lot at the super dome during katrina

  • pcmustgo

    I’ve learned the hard way about all the racial tension in NYC living here the past decade and a half.

  • MBlanc46

    Sure, compared to blacks, most of them are model citizens. This article does seem to attribute some flash-mob behavior to some of them.

  • Alexandra1973

    I used to be acquainted with a few “punks” in high school (1991 graduate). Some wore chains on their jackets. I was friends with one who was in the marching band with me. They never bothered anyone. Mostly they’d hang around downtown Royal Oak, Michigan, which used to be a kind of “punk central” back then.

  • MBlanc46

    I was a rebel when I was a youth, so I do empathize with them. But I’m too old to appreciate their fashion sense.

  • David Govett

    The Sidewalks of New York

    East Side, West Side, all around the town
    Flash mobs worm the Apple as people vote, then frown.
    Cops are being laid off while pols distribute pork.
    Gangs chase unwary crackers from the sidewalks of New York.