We Used to Shoot Looters

Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, April 28, 2015

Now we give them “space.”

The riots, looting, and arson in Baltimore are yet another case of what began as a demonstration against alleged police misconduct but turned into violence. It was not political protest. People who want better treatment from the police don’t set fire to retirement homes, try to break into ATM machines, or burn down drug stores. These things happened in Baltimore because that is what excited blacks do when they gather in the streets in large numbers.

Any gathering of blacks is a potential riot. For three years in a row, from 1990 to 1993, blacks rioted when the Chicago Bulls won the NBA championship. In 1992, they burned 14 buildings, looted countless stores, and injured 95 police officers. In 1993–despite thousands of extra police–they looted dozens of stores, burned scores of cars and killed two people.

It was the same story in Detroit when the Detroit Pistons won the NBA title in 1990: blacks looted, burned police cars, and killed seven people.

These days, it doesn’t even take a specific event to send a crowd of blacks into the streets. A few enterprising youths with Twitter accounts can whip up a “flash mob” most any time they like.

Why do blacks behave this way? Young men of all races are savages, and young blacks are the hardest to tame. Low IQ, high testosterone, and a short time horizon make them the perfect tinder for disorder. We see this in every country that has a black population.

American blacks are especially likely to riot because they’re always told that bad white people are grinding them down. As Jesse Jackson pointed out yesterday in Baltimore, downtown is glittering but there are thousands of abandoned houses on the black West Side. “Why can’t the West Side get the same things downtown gets?” he wanted to know. Blacks are convinced it’s because of “racism,” and looting chain stores and burning police cars–like the knockout game–is revenge.

What should we do about this?

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake of Baltimore did exactly the wrong thing. She said law enforcement was “a balancing act” and so “we gave those who wished to destroy space to do that.” When critics roared, she claimed she hadn’t said that, but she couldn’t deny the video evidence.

Historically, Americans have taken a different approach to looting.

The morning after the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, Mayor Eugene Schmitz put up notices all over town warning that:

The Federal Troops, the members of the Regular Police Force and all Special Police Officers have been authorized by me to KILL any and all persons found engaged in Looting or in the Commission of Any Other Crime.

Reports of the number of looters killed vary from a dozen to a hundred.

In December, 1913, the San Antonio River overflowed, and there was serious flooding in central Texas. The order issued to the state police was, “Shoot all looters, and shoot to kill.”

Until the 1985 Supreme Court case of Tennessee v. Garner, American police generally had the right to shoot a “fleeing felon,” including looters. Ever since Tennessee, however, police may not shoot unless they believe the fleeing felon poses a threat of violence.

It would be a mistake, though, to think that police were blazing merrily away at looters until 1985. Far from it. One of the most famous “shoot to kill” orders, attributed to Mayor Richard Daley in 1968, was pure bravado. On April 5, the day after Martin Luther King was shot, there were riots in Chicago as well as 100 other US cities. On April 15th, well after the violence was over, Mayor Daley made this extraordinary statement:

I have conferred with the superintendent of police this morning and I gave him the following instructions, which I thought were instructions on the night of the fifth that were not carried out. I said to him very emphatically and very definitely that [he should issue an order] immediately and under his signature to shoot to kill any arsonist . . . because they’re potential murderers, and to issue a police order to shoot to maim or cripple any arsonists and looters–arsonists to kill and looters to maim. . . .

I assumed any superintendent would issue instructions to shoot arsonists on sight and to maim looters, but I found out this morning this wasn’t so and therefore gave him specific instructions.

Even though the looting had stopped, Police Superintendent James Conlisk was hesitant to follow Daley’s order, saying, “I’ll tell you one thing: I’m not going to issue an order that’s going to result in a federal indictment.” Indeed, Attorney General Ramsey Clark criticized Mayor Daley for the order, even though it was never officially transmitted to the force and no one was shot as a result.

Even if Mayor Daley’s shoot-to-kill order was all bluster, ordinary Americans liked it. His office reported that mail from the public was running 15-to-1 in favor of shooting looters.

There was another famous “shoot to kill” order in 1977, after flooding in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. When Mayor Herb Pfuhl heard reports of looting he told police to kill looters, and as soon as the word got out, the looting stopped. FBI director Clarence Kelly defended the order but leaders of the Pennsylvania state police said their policy was to shoot only when someone’s life could be at stake–the policy that became mandatory after Tennessee v. Garner.

After the 2003 invasion of Iraq, chaos erupted in Bagdad and there were reports that American troops had orders to shoot looters, but the Pentagon immediately denied them.

A few police officers say that after Hurricane Katrina wrecked New Orleans in 2005 there were orders to shoot looters. A police captain named Harry Mendoza says that the police department’s number-two man, Warren Riley, told him to “take the city back and shoot looters.” Mr. Riley denies this. Some newsmen claim to have seen a grainy video in which a police captain named James Scott tells a few dozen officers that “we have authority by martial law to shoot looters.” There were only rumors that New Orleans was under martial law; no such order was ever given.

Even if police do not have the right to shoot looters, property owners do. Few people remember that Hurricane Katrina devastated parts of Mississippi, but there was very little looting. Governor Haley Barbour explained why: “The reason, I think, was because I said people could shoot looters. I think it was a real deterrent.” Mississippi does not have restrictive gun ownership laws, and many citizens are armed.

The armed citizen has been nowhere to be seen in Baltimore, perhaps because Maryland has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the country and it is virtually impossible to get a license to carry a weapon. However, it is still legal for owners to defend their property. Why is no one in Baltimore brandishing guns in the face of looters?

At the time of the 1992 riots in Los Angeles, it was only Koreans who organized armed patrols to protect property. White people apparently don’t have to stomach for it any more, and Baltimore doesn’t have a Korea town.

Yesterday, a CVS drug store was looted and burned in Baltimore, along with many other businesses. Most insurance policies don’t cover damage from war or riots, so some owners will suffer catastrophic loses. It would no doubt be too much to expect the CVS store manager to spend the night behind the counter with a 12-gauge. That would actually take guts rather than a bachelor’s degree in business. But why didn’t businesses call in private security–or even some local NRA members or Oathkeepers–to fight off the chaos?

There are few images more disturbing than videos of looters sacking stores while the police do nothing. There are few images more disturbing than “youths” wrecking and burning police cars–the clearest possible symbols of law and order. If the police are unwilling to protect even their own property, we sure can’t count on them to protect ours.

But are the police unwilling or are they just obeying orders? A 2005 poll at a police-oriented website gave interesting answers to the question: “Would you be willing to shoot a looter during martial law?” A sample of 193 registered members gave the following replies:

Yes, absolutely: 40 percent.

Yes, but only if looters were taking dangerous items: 26 percent.

No. Would follow the usual criteria for using deadly force: 33 percent.

Absolutely not: 2 percent.

Only a minority of police officers take the traditional view—and now we have a new tradition. Miss Rawlings-Blake was widely criticized for talking about giving rioters a safe space for rioting, but she shouldn’t have been. All she did was put into words what is de facto policy all across the country.

The authorities in Missouri had weeks to prepare for the announcement that the grand jury was not going to indict Officer Darren Wilson for shooting Michael Brown. Governor Jay Nixon called up the National Guard ahead of time–but it made no difference. The next day’s CNN headline was, “Fires, Chaos Erupt in Ferguson After Grand Jury Doesn’t Indict in Michael Brown Case.” Black rioters got their space for rioting, just as they always do.

Blacks will keep rioting for as long as the American authorities and the American people give them that space.

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Jared Taylor
Jared Taylor is the editor of American Renaissance and the author of White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century.
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  • Blackfish

    When you reward an activity (with “free” big screen televisions and liquor) you get more of it. When you shoot people, you get less of it. Why is this so hard for some to understand?

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Well, let’s see, free food, free housing, free education, Affirmative Action “make work” jobs, cash stipends for each and every chile born, and free medical, why on Earth would there be any recognition of something not being “free”?

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Money grows on trees, don’t you know? There’s always plenty to go around in the “richest nation in the world” with absolutely no thought or appreciation of the wars and sacrifices made to protect the system that creates the private economy that generates the income that is looted by the government to prop up these ungrateful savages.

        The black moocher class only knows taxpayer $$$ brandished in their faces, believes it’s always been that way and that it will always be that way, with no thought about the insurmountable debt incurred to keep them cared for like queen bees.

        • Amused

          The liberal ‘wealth creation myth’-
          Once upon a time, there was a huge pile of money,
          and the white men got to it first, took way more than their fair share,
          and have refused to share it ever since’…

          • how about this

            Don’t be silly; we didn’t just find the pile of money. We generate that much money every day without trying. Being White, when I wake up in the morning and clear my throat, out come these wads of cash. I also have seven wives which I got at a discount from the local White-E-Mart. There was a sale on Russians.

          • Deplane

            Me well after I eat some beans I don’t pass gas, I pass money! Talk about working!

        • Cecil Henry

          You work. They tax. Tax tax tax.

          So why work?? Be a parasite. Don’t feed this system. Its evil.

          • bv

            Just ruin the system and cheat on your taxes. That blacks will complain.

            Then again, who cares?

        • Realist

          “Money grows on trees, don’t you know? ”

          It has actually been printed to the point of worthlessness.

        • Raymond Kidwell

          The welfare industry primarily benefits rich people and social workers. For about every $1 spent on welfare maybe 10 cents will make it to the poor. The guy that owns the homeless coalition in florida drives $100,000 car. His non-profit largely gets government grants to help the poor. They get million dollar grants plus private donations and cook a hot meal for poor people then pay themselves $500,000 a year. It’s all legal as well.

          Then the other programs employ lots of social workers, office workers etc. with rather good salaries compared to their skills. Section 8 makes enough white land lords wealthy even though most normal people wouldn’t mess with it.

          So there are plenty of rich people making money off of it, which is one reason it persists. But I have tried to get every kind of welfare myself since everybody else seems to get it. Even when I qualify for it legally I seem to get turned down. Then if I make $5,000 a year I make too much or some other nonsense. A lot of times in the city black people work at the welfare office and apply for benefits and just put them in their pocket, especially if you are white. I was told I qualify for a gas voucher where the government will give me a one time payment of $20 or something like that to pay for gas to get to work since I was low income and had just got a new job. I applied for it and the people at the gub’ment office just kept it themselves and never gave it to me. I mention things like this to FBI agents and the Department of Justice but they don’t have a lot of interest in really investigating this stuff.

          But from what I have seen most of the money seems to flow into the pockets of people working at the welfare offices and into rich people who are overseeing these programs etc. rather than actually to the people it’s meant to go for. But then again usually when a black person walks in they fudge all the forms and tell him exactly what to say to qualify for everything. If I walk in they lie to me and say I don’t qualify for stuff even when I do, and even if I do get something they pocket it themselves half the time.

          I’m all for helping the poor, but I see that 80% or maybe 90% seems to be going to the wrong people.

          I know my aunt told me about a lady she knew that worked for some government subsidized non-profit for the poor people. They gave out food to people, so she would stock her house all with free food. She made about $40,000 a year, but was taking all this stuff meant for the homeless and the severely poor and just taking it home. These are the people who vote for more welfare in most cases, not the actual ghetto rats who rarely vote anyway.

          • Huggiebear

            Raymond, the same thing happened to me. The blacks fill the lobbies of the SSA, DCF and the local food banks. They seem to have an underground network that clearly makes the statement, “Blacks Only – Whites need not apply.

          • carriewhite64

            I have seen that network at a job I had. They pass along the forms, names of people to call, tricks to play with numbers, how to fill in forms, etc. The black women would come in with stacks of application forms and pass them out to the blacks only. Some of them made more money than I did.

        • Raymond Kidwell

          But I think most working and poor people are getting the shaft. The entire nation is set up for people at the top and people at the bottom. Everyone else gets shafted. Most businesses make anywhere from several hundred dollars to several thousand dollars an hour even off of unskilled labor like flipping burgers. They pay people $8. You can’t even pay rent on those wages. So you need to work a full time job and also be homeless I guess, unless you are a female and pop out kids and get welfare.

          As well a lot of areas have giant pot holes in the roads, collapsing bridges, apparently no school funding for new books (but a lot of waste) etc. That’s where I get upset and say this is the richest nation on earth why can’t they afford to buy a school book, or repair a pot hole or pay someone a living wage. So I have to agree with the richest nation on earth complaint because seems like a lot of normal people get shafted when there’s plenty of money around to pay for those basic things.

    • The Worlds Scapegoat

      Put food out for a cat, the cat will come back again and again. Shoot a cat with a BB gun, and you will probably not see it again.

      Who was it: Pavlov or Skinner?

      Good people don’t go into bad neighborhoods because they will get hurt. Bad people go into good neighborhoods because they will get rewarded.

      We need to change that. Good people should be able to go anywhere they want without fear. Bad people should live in fear.

      Looking on the brought side, if blacks continue to destroy this country we can always bomb Iran.

      .

      • TrueNorthFree

        “Good people should be able to go anywhere they want without fear. Bad people should live in fear.”
        Lefty-progressives and mindless white traitors are working very hard to make the opposite happen.

      • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

        Bomb Iran with blacks and Iran will never recover. Win/win.

    • John Barleycorn

      THEY didn’t get SHOT because they weren’t WHITE… ..

    • Nonhumans

      Because libtards have an impossibly hard time interpreting reality, and then lack the ability to accept it.

  • Here’s a hint:

    http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/metro/promise-zone-designation-puts-st-louis-in-line-for-federal/article_e7f5a51b-324e-5dd3-8ca2-60d29b548196.html

    Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has similar stars in her eyes. Not only that, she gets to be a national celebrity for about a week.

    In her mind’s eye, the Baltimore riots are a feature, not a bug.

    • TruthBeTold

      ‘Promise Zone’.

      lol.

  • D.B. Cooper

    Well, how about high pressure, ice cold water? Tear gas? Country music over loud speakers? There are alternatives.

    • thegodsofeden

      Vivaldi – Violin Concerto in A minor.

      • how about this

        A minor is a racist key!

        • thegodsofeden

          LOL! Technically that’s not true. Look at any piano keyboard and you’ll find that all the A minor keys are black. And we all know that anything black can’t be racist. Now look at the keys on the left and right, well those are white, and so it goes…

          • how about this

            Actually A minor (at least if you are talking about the Aeolian mode of C) is all white keys.

          • thegodsofeden

            True, but nah, I was just looking at the keys and remembering how I was taught to remember them when I studied piano. “The key to the right of any key is it’s sharp. The key to the left of any key is it’s flat.” So in some very advanced pieces of music you end up with the very awkward double sharps and/or flats.

          • thegodsofeden

            Good morning ‘how about this’. Yeah I know. A minor and it’s Relative Major key of C are both Very Racist keys seeing that there’s not a black key played in any of them (unless it’s accidental). After a good, restful night of sleep I woke up and realized that my sarcasm above didn’t translate as well as my wit. I was attempting to sound like a liberal-prog who was trying to cover his a*s because he just realized that he had made a no-no comment about race.

          • David Ashton

            Yes, equality requires that all keys should be the same color (i.e. black) and the same size.

          • thegodsofeden

            Sad but true. The piano-forte was a racist YT invention I tell you. Just look at its predecessor the harpsichord. The key colors are reversed. The black keys being the larger of the two. I think I smell a conspiracy.

          • how about this

            The harpsichord was invented by an anonymous Ethiopian who had his invention stolen by the White man! Then they erased him from history by changing the colors of the keys for the piano! Dastardly!

          • thegodsofeden

            Dastardly indeed! I knew there had to be more inventions the just the ice cream scoop. Thanks.

          • Tyrone Shoelaces

            Dang, I hadn’t heard about the ice cream scoop. That must have been another of George Washington Carver’s inventions that he forgot to patent while he was busy inventing the assembly line. I think I also read somewhere that Carver invented most of the periodic elements, and radiation as well.

          • TruthBeTold

            Ebony and ivory, side by side, living in perfect harmony. Why can’t we???

          • TrueNorthFree

            LOL when I read that I could “hear” Paul singing it.
            I never liked that song. I always thought it was too sacharine sweet.

          • antiquesunlight

            There are 7 white keys but only 5 black keys. White privilege.

          • Rob

            Wishful thinking. Who would like to live next to stinking AIDS infected ebony. Do you???

          • InAFreeCountry

            Because the black keys stole the white keys’ bikes?

      • Raymond Kidwell

        The only good work by vivaldi is the four seasons. Everything else just sounds similar to the four seasons but not as good. But four seasons is my favorite album/musical work of all time.

        • thegodsofeden

          I also enjoy the Four Seasons. I mainly listen to Autumn and Winter because of the overdone usage of Spring and Summer. I disagree that it’s his only good work. Check out his song ‘The Cuckoo’. He also composed some orchestrations using the then new technique of echo instrumentation.

          • Raymond Kidwell

            Each version of a classical song is different, even more so with the four seasons due to the variety of interpretations. So depending on the instruments, the ambiance of the room, the conductors tempo, the interpretation and way the performer plays it etc. totally different experiences. I had an incredible performance of the four seasons years ago and it went out of print. Also Uli Jon Roth I believe it was had a pretty good version on guitar.

            The thing about the four seasons though besides the songs being really amazing on their own (winter is probably the best), if you listen to the whole composition from start to finish it brings you on a journey. It goes through every human emotion, every season. It’s a metaphor for life. It’s brilliant on so many levels.

            But some CDs I get will have a few really good performances then other songs won’t sound as good. It’s hard to find a performance that captures the beauty of all the songs. But I also like classical when it is based on a composers tempo instead of a metrome as every form of mainstream music seems to be on the same computerized timing now days. I like the natural organic sound.

          • Lexonaut

            “But some CDs I get will have a few really good performances then other songs won’t sound as good. It’s hard to find a performance that captures the beauty of all the songs.”

            Micing symphony orchestras is a black art and, like the practice of medicine, doesn’t always work. Not only that, what you think of as a single performance may actually be a stitching together of many takes of different parts of the music. It’s hard to get it all balanced and pulled together as a seamless edit and it will rarely flow the way a live concert recording will.

          • David Ashton

            But can you play it on dustbin lids?

          • Kenner

            Ah. I read the first line and thought, Yeah, I love ‘Sherry Baby’.

          • thegodsofeden

            Haha. I also like that song.

        • antiquesunlight

          Vivaldi did have a “formula,” and he stuck with it. Unfortunately, conditions back then often required prolificacy. It’s hard not to become a bit repetitive when you write hundreds of concertos. Hundreds of them. That’s not even counting other types of music that he wrote. The work ethic of those guys back then is staggering when you look how much music they wrote. Think about this:

          In 1788, Mozart wrote three symphonies (39, 40, 41), three piano trios (4, 5, 6), two string trios, a piano concerto, and some other smaller works. And they were all great.

          • Raymond Kidwell

            I just think that Vivaldi put most of his best work into the making of that one masterpiece so everything else is just an after thought. A lot of four season albums will have some bonus tracks, often of some other song from vivaldi which is usually good. But usually it’s not worth buying any other vivaldi album.

            It’s really hard finding good classical albums though. A lot of them are poorly performed, poorly recorded etc. It’s very expensive paying for a symphony and the budget usually isn’t there because they make next to nothing selling the CDs. It’s not like a rock band where you have a $500,000 recording budget and only four or five musicians and couple sound guys. You have to pay the whole group or have them go pro bono often with little cash being made from the recording. So you get a lot of poor albums. Even ones with great reviews or done by some “big” symphony like the Boston symphony or something it will be mixed poorly, or they only rehearsed the “hit” songs (which is different according to who you talk to). So you listen to the whole album and you will notice some songs are performed really well then other songs are just ok. You have to find that rare gem where the entire album is top notch where the performers really know the songs by heart.

            Almost all the classical albums are recorded live though. Or sometimes they play the back up music live then have the lead violinist go into the studio or something like that. So it’s really cool just collecting all kinds of versions of the four seasons. Plus there are those who play according to the original composition and others who actually add their own interpretation and change things a bit.

          • antiquesunlight

            If recording quality is something you’re a stickler for, you might check out the Musica Omnia label. I’m not positive they even exist anymore, but I bought some of their stuff years ago. They specialize in hyper-clean audio. Don’t know for sure they have Four Seasons, but they probably do.

            Usually there’s one performer, conductor, or ensemble that I really like for some particular period or composer, and I can pretty much rely on them to do a good job.

      • TruthBeTold

        I literally saw a black girl walk into a Macys’ store and run out because they were playing ‘The Nutcracker’ at Christmas.

        She heard it, said, ‘I gotta get outta here’, and left.

        • cherrie greenbaum123

          Classical and country music. The best non-lethal weapons yet to rid yourself of the negro.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            The caption under Waylon, Willie and Merle might was well say, “Negro OFF.”

          • Kenner

            Even an Amrenner has to admit The Supremes were better looking.

          • B.A_2014

            I’m not so sure.

          • Kenner

            Troll.

          • MBlanc46

            Generally, yes. But the first time I ever went to Orchestra Hall in Chicago was in the company of a young black guy that had a summer job at the same place that I did. It was Mahler because he was a music student who was writing a Mahler-inspired symphony.

          • antiquesunlight

            Whenever I’m going through a black part of town, I play bluegrass with the windows down.

          • thegodsofeden

            And you haven’t been shot yet? Amazing.

          • Lexonaut

            I don’t know whether the name will mean anything to you but sixty years ago I taught John Herald to play guitar.

          • Wing-nut.

            Prog-metal works too. 😀

        • Lygeia

          Thank you, Peter Illich Tchaivosky.

        • TrueNorthFree

          “I literally saw a black girl walk into a Macys’ store and run out because they were playing ‘The Nutcracker’ at Christmas.
          She heard it, said, ‘I gotta get outta here’, and left.”

          LOL!!

        • george00

          I think you may have hit on something very important, I have seen similar things happen. It sounds like a joke but I think it would work as good as tear gas.

          • TruthBeTold

            This has been known for a long time. The first time I read about it was the original print edition of AmRen.

            Our local metro stations plays classical music.

    • David Ashton

      Dye in the water-cannon to identify culprits later.

    • Alternatives? Yeah, flame throwers are very psychologically effective, and mustard gas is a lot more effective than tear gas. Yes, there are alternatives.

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        I like your way of thinking.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          John R really knows how to get to the point. Has set me straight real good a time or two when the head lights wavered off the road. Thanks, John.

      • Kenner

        Grey Poupon.

      • Quido

        I remember during basic training we were taught if the order to fire is given against civilians rioters to fire directly into the crowd. No firing over head or in front of them into the street. I remember asking, “even Americans?” answer “affirmative”

    • MBlanc46

      Sure, fire hoses, dogs, truncheons, and whatever else. But when they start burning things, start shooting at them.

      • David Ashton

        A whiff of grapeshot, no. Rubber bullets, no. Custard pies, possibly. The Metropolitan Police is an equal-opportunity enforcer, open to recruit from the transgender and bisexual “communities”.

    • The Worlds Scapegoat

      They should play Slim Whitman’s “Indian Love Call”

      It worked in the movie “Mars Attacks” making the Martians head explode.

      .

    • mobilebay

      Beethoven’s 5th?

  • KevinPhillipsBong

    Borderline intellectual functioning is an IQ of 85 (though some now say 80). So out of 400,000 blacks (in Baltimore), 200,000 are borderline retarded and one SD down at IQ 70 (certifiably retarded) you have almost 67,000 full-on ‘tards. I’m surprised there’s not rioting every day in Baltimore.

    • Atheist Realist

      rushton said that the median iq in the projects is 78.

      • KevinPhillipsBong

        People at that level operate more like border collies – punishment and reward is the only meaningful language for them.

        • LexiconD1

          What are you talking about, Border Collies are smart, and they WORK for their food (ever seen one ‘herd’ their owners, and other peoples, children?)

          • Kenner

            Thank you!!

          • TCA

            Yes, AAMOF. And it was actually a Border Collie mix.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      I think you’re underestimating here. Consider the incest that goes on amongst negroes who have no idea who their baby daddy is. Cousin pluckers, half brothers and sisters. The mind reels.

      • Alexandra1973

        Then they want to accuse us of being inbred.

        Projection.

  • The Bogeyman

    That CVS was so thoroughly looted there was nothing left but suntan lotion and Father’s Day cards. Oh, and the job applications, those were also left untouched.

    • llexik

      The condoms were in full stock as well.

      • John Smith

        As were any reading materials with more words than pictures.

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    • thegodsofeden

      The news reported that the job applications were set on fire.

      • Spaniard in LA

        Because it works as kryptonite in their community.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          Does the LA in your name stand for Los Angeles or Louisiana? Just wondering….

          • Spaniard in LA

            I’m from Los Angeles county.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        B, bu, but… deyz be needin’ JOBS in da communiteeeee.

    • richard garyson

      LOL!!!!!!!!! All we can do is stay safe and laugh from a distance!

      • a1781054

        Yes, but in a few decades it may not be “from a distance”.

        • Nonhumans

          Then it’ll be from the maximum effective firing distance.

    • TruthBeTold

      According to a news reporter, the mayor BEGGED CVS to open a store in that neighborhood.

      • bilderbuster

        Because CVS didn’t want to and neither did anyone else.
        The good news is now there’s a vacancy for a new Starbucks.

        • Can’t wait to have a conversation about race! Is Starbucks an open-carry establishment though?

          • WR_the_realist

            Certainly not. Schultz is a big advocate of gun control.

          • FloridaGal2005

            And anti-white to boot. A total globalist-Zionist.

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        Now if they’d only open a Starbucks!

    • TCA

      Run off between this and Bong’s “Here come yo mama.”

  • Alexandra1973

    Looters were given space back then…six feet under!

  • JackKrak

    Yes, we “used to shoot looters” in the days before “looters” was universally understood as “blacks”.

    And we all know that we can’t demand a higher standard of their behavior than their nature allows.

    • tetrapod

      Solution:
      1) Take away all EBT cards and other forms of welfare. If they can’t function well enough to feed themselves, they will starve.
      2) If they riot, lock them away until they’re too old to breed.
      3) Allow each baby momma one illegitimate kid. If she has another, abort it and sterilize her.

      • Raymond Kidwell

        I don’t see what is so complicated about those easy solutions.

      • bilderbuster

        All it takes is one child.
        Barrack was an only child.

        • LexiconD1

          I thought he has a sister?

          • bilderbuster

            OOOOOp’s! I forgot about his funky half sister from old man Soetoro. His mother Stanley sure was one screwy broad.
            Come to think about it. Daddy Obama might have had another wife or two but I can’t recall if that’s a rumor or not.
            Didn’t he have a half brother sleeping on the dirt floor of a hut in Kenya?

          • Spaniard in LA

            Yes and I believe his brother is toothless

          • Kenner

            Apparently it runs in the family.

          • bilderbuster

            And that creep Barrack started the program called “My Brother’s Keeper” while his own brother is eating bugs.

      • TruthBeTold

        The solution is to get rid of all bleeding-heart liberals.

        We can’t enact any workable solutions to any social problem until LIBERALS are driven from power and influence.

  • Atheist Realist

    i think that law enforcement is running a fools errand. Why not just cordon off a certain part of the city and let them do what they want and warn others not to visit it.

    • TruthBeTold

      That’s what the mayor said they tried to do.

    • Because that’s racist! #blacklootmatters

      • David Ashton

        Of course, theft is just the militant form of reparations for slavery. Nome sane?

  • Blacks are getting tremendous enjoyment from the riots. They stuck it to whitey. I’m sure Obama and Holder are smiling too. As an example of why blacks and whites will never peacefully coexist consider this comment from a black woman that I posted on my site a few minutes ago

    ______________________

    “okay… so white people can f***ng riot over a pumpkin. but we cant have rage because our people are dropping like flies in the hands of cops..?
    there were an actual peaceful protest that high schoolers organized & cops came out in full swat uniform & pushed them off the street. like how is that okay?when kkk members march through neighborhoods police protects them. go figure.”

    The key words are “our people.” EVERYTHING is about race to them. The great point Jared makes is that when her people gather for any reason, there’s always a riot brewing.

  • FloridaGal2005

    “Shoot on sight and shoot to kill.” The only order that will end mayhem.

    • KevinPhillipsBong

      Or possibly, “Here come yo’ mama!”

  • Caucasoid88

    Watching TV and seeing white people make excuses for these criminals and smile while one of our once-great cities burns actually makes me ashamed. What happened to our balls?

    • bilderbuster

      The US government has been Israeli Occupied Territory for quite some time now.

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        November 22, 1963, to be exact.

        • bilderbuster

          I read a book called “Final Judgment” that made that case.
          Speaking of that date, I was once introduced to E.Howard Hunt at a social event when I was a teenager in the 80’s.
          We shook hands and he gave me a beer.
          I was underage and drank it up making small talk with him.
          I never saw him again.

          • David Ashton

            Problem with that book is it’s a mess, jumbling together the rumors about the Mafia, CIA, Mossad, etc., but deliberately ignoring the central issue of the fatal bullets and their origin. A good start on a review of alternative explanations is Vincent Bugliosi’s (albeit imperfect) “Reclaiming History”. Several books have put forward the view that it was a KGB wet job not a CIA-Mossad-Mafia conspiracy, and those at least focus on Oswald.

          • bilderbuster

            I wouldn’t call the book a mess but there was quite a bit of jumbling.

      • BulgAryan

        ZOG

      • Alexandra1973

        More like Catholic-occupied, and things really got started with the 14th Amendment, which made the States into no more than provinces.

        I don’t understand why people think the Jews would want to rule everything. To what end? It makes more sense to recognize the counter-Reformation, the purpose of which is to bring the world back under the rule of the popes.

        • David Ashton

          The late Rabbi Hugo Gryn once wrote that Jews do not feel secure unless they are supreme, and this persecution fear is a factor in their “anti-defamation” networking, since (not before) WW2 a self-fulfilling prophecy! To be sure, the Torah hints at a future dominant Israel receiving tribute from the “nations” (if loyal to Yahweh’s commands), but among modern Jews the traditional religious belief has been to an extent supplanted by a post-1967 Holocaust cult.

          As for the Catholic Church, it too has lost its previous religious self-confidence. Can anyone imagine that the present Nincompope or his successors are more likely to rule the world than (say) Goldman Sachs, a Muslim Caliphate or the Chinese Communist Party?

          • TCA

            Thanks.

        • Lorax100

          They are The Chosen People – to steal others’ land and to rule over the conquered. Perhaps you might read the Talmud before exposing your ignorance.

        • bilderbuster

          Well the Catholics doing a poor job of it because they’ve surrendered the entire US media and Hollywood to the Chosen who mock Christians every chance they get. Abortion and Gay Marriage are legal while prayer in school isn’t. No crosses or Christmas trees at the White House but the World’s largest Menorah is lit every year in front of it for all the world to see.
          Catholicism is losing it’s grip everywhere. Even the formerly faithful little Mestizos are dropping El PoPo for Evangelism these days.
          You could make the claim that Catholics control the SCOTUS with 6 Catholics and 3 Jews.
          The Pope has been kissing the Rothschild’s ring and the Vatican Bank is Rothschild run and recently the Liberation Latino Pope was seen kissing Nutenyahoo’s hand.

  • Alexander Baron

    I know this will be a dissenting view but there is an obvious cause and effect here. Police officers kill black men – blacks riot. We all know blacks are too stupid to stop rioting, but surely the police are not too stupid to refrain from killing unarmed black men, the white ones anyway? If we stop the former then the latter should stop too, unless someone is going to argue post hoc ergo propter hoc.

    • DJRicin

      Blacks commit murder and violent crime at 7x the rate whites do. They are only shot by police at 3.5x the rate of whites. If anything, cops are actually exercising more restraint when dealing with black suspects.

      • David Ashton

        That does depend on why the police shoot to kill.

        • a1781054

          Not really. Blacks are far more likely to commit violence or be armed while in the commission of a crime. So all things considered based on all conceivable measures, police are already exercising a great deal of restraint.

          Blacks commit so much more violence than every other race combined – in fact, MORE violent crime than literally every other race combined in the USA – that police violence against them is a mathematical certainty. It’s a miracle it isn’t higher now.

          ***By “Blacks”, I mean predominantly young Black males***

          • David Ashton

            Shooting unarmed suspects in the back with a succession of bullets is another matter.

    • Mack0

      Blacks will always put themselves in the position of being shot or killed by cops. Whites cops need to leave blacks areas and leave blacks to their own destructive nature. The number of killings wont diminish but at least it will be blacks killing black or as I like to call it, business as usual.

    • Freddie Gray was armed with a switchblade (illegal to carry concealed in Maryland), and his killing appears to have been inadvertent.

      • Reverend Bacon

        Yes, I’m sure that those cops had never been lied to before by a felon who claimed he was in need of medical attention. It’s much easier to escape from a hospital than a cell, and this clown had proved he was a flight risk.

        Sure, if they had it to do over, they’d probably have called in a bus. But ask any ambulance driver in an urban area if blacks abuse their free medical care. Most of them will just laugh, and the honest ones will tell you some great stories.

        • Kenner

          Waaah!! I can’t BREEEVE!!

    • Refuse to police black neighborhoods and only patrol the border areas. Less contact points with the police mean less incidents.

      • cherrie greenbaum123

        Any white cop who patrols a black neighborhood or dares arrest, detain, or even question a black person now officially has a bull’s eye on his back.

        • Titan000

          The only option left then is the Caesar option which he used to pacify the Gauls and made them civilized.

          • John Smith

            Massacres and enslavement?

          • Titan000

            Maybe and to prevent charges of racism the civilized minority of blacks will have to implement the Caesar option. Although I am interested in alternatives if they can be found.

      • John Smith

        They did that here after the cops killed several unarmed negroes with yard-long rap sheets. The crime rate shot up and the negroes started complaining about the lack of cops after a few years. Unfortunately, I think the negro suspects got emboldened by that and the crime rate inside city limits seems higher than ever.

    • Reverend Bacon

      I think you meant, “stop the latter, then the former should stop.” And yes, I’d argue post hoc ergo propter hoc, essentially; Jared points out that any place blacks gather is a place ready to go up in smoke. But the notion that these “unarmed black men” aren’t threats is crazy. Mike Brown? Unarmed, yet a severe threat. Trayvon Martin? Ditto. And they riot over the armed ones, too. St. Sandwich got off three rounds before he was ended, but the apologists claimed he had nothing but a subway sandwich.

      Blacks are told from birth how downtrodden they are. If instead they were taught from birth that most of them have barely functioning intelligence, a higher propensity to commit violent crime, and are on average stronger than unarmed whites, maybe they’d realize that most of these incidents are the fault of the “victim.”

    • TCA

      When a brat doesn’t get his way, he throws a tantrum, so a smart parent will always give in to him. Hoc tui.

      • Alexander Baron

        And what do we do to a mother who kills her misbehaving child?

        • TCA

          In self-defense?
          Nothing.

    • WR_the_realist

      There are a few unjustified shootings of unarmed black men by cops. Those cases almost always result in serious indictments of the cops. Most of the cases blacks complain about are justified shootings of unarmed black men. A 6′ 2″ 200 lb black man charging at you can do a lot of damage without being armed.

  • Mack0

    All of the rioting is good. Maybe some of the fence sitters will see the reality of the black problem. Blacks will nevermlive in peace.

  • MekongDelta69

    Blacks just doing what blacks do best – destroy civilizations…

    • Mack0

      They hate what they can’t make

    • Tarczan

      Yeah, it was funny when the mayor said “Generations have built this city and now a few are destroying it” Generations of whites, and it has been destroyed by the blacks.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Cheer up. Maybe the Chinese or the Russians have the balls to do what we white Americans can’t. Personally, I cannot wait for “Judgment Day” to reign down on the negro.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        For now, perhaps the Hispanics in our own back yard will beat the Chinese and the Russians to it. Blacks, now the second largest minority in the land, are just going to have to tough it out knowing that they are no longer the only game in town.

  • Tarczan

    The police are allowing the rioters to march around and close streets. How is that not illegal?

    Watching cable TV reports on and off all day, the media is working overtime to spin this in a positive light. The media managed to find a few darkies who were out this morning cleaning up. They are making a big deal out of the mother who was yelling at and hitting her son, demanding he not riot.
    And they somehow think that closing down major intersections is commendable, peaceful protest.
    Last night the police allowed the rioters to throw bricks and bottles at them with no response. That level of cowardice is a signal to the darkies to go into full attack mode.

    • Earl Turner

      If she’d raised him right, he wouldn’t have been out there in the first place. My guess is the “youth” probably already has a felony conviction or is on probation and she was afraid of losing her welfare check.

      • Kenner

        C’mon, give her the benefit of the doubt, man.

    • bilderbuster

      This riot was and the business in Ferguson allowed to happen and that’s why the cops were ordered to stand down and the National wasn’t sent in either time.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      Yep, gotta show the one momma supposedly being a parent. Does MD rescind food stamps and welfare for minors convicted of crimes? If they do, then there’s your answer.

  • AmericanCitizen

    I think this event is great for the cause of white awareness. Race realists are being born every minute these actions of feral urban blacks are showcased on TV or the internet. “Teens” and “youths” are the words used, crazed animalistic blacks are what is shown.

    Keep it up, black America. If you think whites are biased and don’t like you as it is, wait a few more weeks.

  • jayvbellis

    Excellent as always .

    This shows that most NRA Conservative patriot types are all talk.

    Let’s see one actually go out there and shoot some looters.

    • Snakes on a Car

      In defense of those people they don’t live in Baltimore City. B’more is filled with Blacks and White Liberals the gun guys live in the Suburbs or Pennsylvania.

    • bilderbuster

      I doubt any Whites own any property there to protect.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      Don’t worry, if this keeps happening, and spreads, they will.

      • The Worlds Scapegoat

        No they won’t.

        .

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    At the time of the 1992 riots in Los Angeles, it was only Koreans who organized armed patrols to protect property. White people apparently don’t have to stomach for it any more

    That’s exactly it. We have it too good in this country. What would most whites rather do? Shoot a black and risk having the MSM make an example of them and have THEM put in jail for life rather than the black rioter, or simply move away from blacks? The answer is obvious. It’s too late for whites to stand up for themselves. It’s much easier simply to move as far away as possible from blacks.

    • Xerxes22

      The media and the politicians didn’t utter one word of criticism against the Koreans who defended their property during the LA riots. This would not be the case if Whites did the same. The whole anti-White establishment would come down on them like a ton of bricks.

    • Spaniard in LA

      What’s the point of moving away when the Feds are to busy building section 8 housing in White neighborhoods. My parent’s South East Los Angeles neighborhood has experienced this first hand. Several apartment buildings that use to cater to college students were taken over and turned into section 8 apartments. As a result crime in the area has gone up and a local park has been taken over by losers who hangout all day drinking malt liquor. Luckily, my father is a gun owner (John Wayne type) who will not hesitate to use force if threaten.

      • jayvbellis

        We need some Spaniards on our side.

        Guys like Franco and Chilean Gen Pinochet.

        Also El Cid.

        Who’s going to repel these Muslim Moors?

        You guys did it once before.

        • Spaniard in LA

          I have several family members who live in Spain and they don’t tolerate those from the African continent. They are very confrontational and won’t hesitate to use force if necessary. Probably because they are on the frontline.

          Several months ago I met this Mexican Indian who traveled to Spain via his job. According to him he could not even drink a beer at the local bar without some kind of harassment.

          • Kenner

            So, it’s come to this. A story that warms my heart. 30 years sure changes it up.

          • jayvbellis

            God bless you and your family and all Hispanic Whites. We re in deep >#^}* and it ain’t going to be some WASP English American guy, certainly not from my family that will save us.

            Step up, be the men your Hispanic kinsmen of old we’re and are….

            PS

            Can you fix me up with some whiter Hispanic women? I m successful financially secure, we’ll propertied, just can t stand these over educated, miseducated Hillary Clinton style Anglo Lib women. How can anyone mate with such creatures?

          • Spaniard in LA

            Unfortunately, all the women I know are the over educated type that hate men. I thought I would be single the rest of my life, only by sheer luck did I met my wife.

          • jayvbellis

            Well, I am certainly happy for you that you found a good wife. Maybe we can train the Muslim will to be no fun, over educated women like too many America. white women and then the Muslim birth rate will go way down.

            🙂

        • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

          Don’t forget The Most Catholic Kings, Ferdinand and Isabella, who finished the job of driving out the Moors!

          • TCA

            Thought you hated Catholics.

          • John Smith

            At that time, everyone in Europe was.

          • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

            No, you must have me mistaken with someone else? I have a serious problem with ANY church that feeds and imports the Third World into America, and I do hate their policy on Hispanics, but I don’t hate the regular rank and file Catholic. Besides, the Catholics of Isabella and Ferdinand’s time were very different. Pre Vatican-II Catholicism is pretty decent, at least what little I know of it.

        • TCA

          Yes. Someone like Franco.

  • DaveMed

    We used to value law and order; scientific realities over empty platitudes.

    We used to be committed to protecting our women and children from violent criminals.

    We used to have a concern for our own folk that eclipsed our concern for political correctness.

    We used to know what to do with people who did not belong in open, free society.

    We used to be sane.

  • jayvbellis

    And once again pandering, cowardly Libertarian GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul is making excuses for the Black rioters/looters – instead of calling for a return to shoot looters, Rand is excusing the rioters saying most of the young rioters/looters don’t have loving fathers .

    How any Amren reader could ever champion the Ron Paul/Rand Paul cult is beyond belief, many are patriotic gun owners.

    Please tell me what’s the point of owning guns if you don’t use them when Blacks are rioting and looting in our streets.

    Pathetic.

    • tetrapod

      I had to vomit at RP’s deep concern for the lack of loving fathers in the hood. I feel better now, thanks.

      • Mack0

        He loves to pander to blacks.

      • jayvbellis

        I just barely missed the opportunity to confront Rand Paul when he came to Chicago to appear/pander to Obama’s lib creator David Axelrod.

        I hope I would have been brave, bold enough to call him out, challenge him to his fist fight.

      • jayvbellis

        I read the entire RP quote, it wasn’t as bad as a thought. He did oppose the rioting and looting, blamed illegitimacy in the Black community.

        • I still think it was a bit off base, but at least he’s not blaming the “militarized” cops and this fiction of every black Federal prison inmate being there for just having a little bit of weed, like he was with Ferguson.

          • jayvbellis

            Yes, I agree he’s getting a little better. But he’s starting from the bottom, being voted Amren’s White traitor of the year for 2013.

            The GOP presidential candidates are shaping up to be a worst ever group. This is where the Jew oligarch $ and anti White national media really have their power to shape the narrative.

            Everybody just wants to be on TV and agree with the interviewer.

    • Jaggers

      No, no Amren readers support Rand Paul. Paul supporters are simply not wanted here.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      Randy Boy has to kiss black butt ten times as hard because of Daddy Paul’s 90’s newsletters. Gotta prove he’s not like Daddy, he’s “notracist”, dontchaknow?

    • John Smith

      His kid is apparently an entitled punk, getting charged with DWI and assaulting a flight attendant.

  • Snakes on a Car

    Mr. Taylor does not mince words.

  • dale hale

    My church need money for dem programs

    • Hammerheart

      It’s all here

      he a good boy

      he dindu noffin

      dem programs

      Is this a 2016 Democratic election ad?

    • Usually Much Calmer

      Please tell me where you got that comic?

    • ditto, There was another comic by the same author which couldn’t be posted here as it had a few obscenities. I’ve been trying to find the author ever since that one.

      • Exuberant Auditor

        I think I know which one. I’m smiling just thinking about it.

        • I think it was removed as it had obscenities in it. I photoshoped it and removed the obscenities & maybe it’ll get thru this time? Of course with more effort I could do a better job: e.g. I could mirror image the police officer’s arm in the background and add it in.

          • Exuberant Auditor

            Hahaha.. Not that one, but just as funny. Thanks for sharing.

  • Dave4088

    The tumult in Baltimore is just another expression of negro DNA from the witless mayor on down to the animalistic afro-merican rioters. And sure, I guess NRA members or other patriotic whites could use force to protect lives and property, but somehow I don’t think the cops or feds would have any compunction about shooting us. In fact, once the media got wind of uppity whites dispensing lethal force upon sweet afro-mericans they would demand we be summarily shot or imprisoned. “Conservative” FOX would probably label us vigilantes.

    • IstvanIN

      From the “president” on down…………..

    • Jaggers

      At least Fox News doesn’t try to put the rioting in “context” of “systemic issues” like the rest of the MSM. Their attitude is more like, “here, check out these criminals.”

    • TCA

      While the first White defenders might be arrested/executed, the remainder would find those responsible and dispense justice.
      Somebody knows where these “media” live, where the police who will execute the warrants live, or where people who have that information live.
      Violence and plenty of it, someone said a while ago.

  • dd121

    I was wondering if the national guard were allowed to carry ammo and load their guns. There have been events where they had ammo withheld. I didn’t see this reported anywhere.
    The liberals/democrats are enabling this violent behavior from blacks yet they seem to have no plans to contain it. If it gets bad enough this summer somebody will have to make the decision to push back hard. I can’t wait to see the lefties try to deal with their pet race.

    • Earl Turner

      When I saw the Diversity commanding officer, I knew immediately that the rules of engagement would be restrictive to the point of endangering soldiers’ lives. It wouldn’t surprise me if some negro soldiers abandon their posts and do a little undocumented shopping and “peaceful protesting” of their own.

      • dd121

        If I were in the national guard, I would refuse to go into a riot situation without a pea shooter that shot peas.

        • I would bring my own ammunition.

          • Kenner

            You would make your own ammunition.

          • TCA

            Do coil guns make a “bang” when fired?

          • Kenner

            No. You have to say ‘Bang!’

          • John Smith

            Many do, surreptitiously.

  • Raymond Kidwell

    This is a way white nationalists can get a foothold in business. They can shoot all the looters coming in while the other businesses burn. I’m sure they will be convicted of a hate crime or something even if it is totally legal to defend property. But if enough people protest the conviction and enough people defend themselves etc. they will have to concede and let the cities flourish instead of crumble.

    I’d be pretty happy to get paid to gun down criminals. I have a lot of anger issues and a real problem with criminals.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    Regarding Jesse Jackson demanding to know why blacks don’t get to live in nice buildings like those Jesse believes are just handed to whites. The reality is that the old school projects and the current Section 8 apartment buildings were fairly nice when opened. Certainly nicer than the buildings than the majority of the world’s inhabitants live in. But, like most things, the black inhabitants destroyed them and then demanded somebody give them a newer and better place.

    • John Smith

      The Paseo and Northeast in KC were some of the nicest areas of the city at one time, before blacks moved in. Anything nice given to blacks doesn’t stay that way.

  • Steve_in_Vermont

    This policy will change if and when the riots spread into predominately white areas. Why do we suppose gun laws are being relaxed all over the country and more people are buying guns? Hint: It’s not for hunting. In the meantime as long as it’s blacks burning black areas nothing will change.

    • John Smith

      I expect to use mine to go coon hunting sometime in the near future.

  • IstvanIN

    Young men of all races are savages
    I disagree. Most non-black young men are not savages. If they were how do you explain all the male doctors and engineers, careers that can not be taught to savages. No, don’t lump all of us in with them.

    • Raymond Kidwell

      At 16 years of age a person’s brain has not fully matured. Combined with testosterone and other hormones means that most teenagers of any race are likely to get into trouble or vandalize or seek out cheap thrills etc. Not every individual but just a large percentage from every race i.e. it’s common for young men to be destructive.

      • IstvanIN

        I know for a fact that it is not common for White teenage boys to act like, with a few exceptions, savages. Sure, teenage boys will horse around, and do stupid, silly things, but they do not act like blacks, raping, robbing and burning. White kids don’t burn the city down.

      • Tarczan

        Stupid, but not destructive.

      • newscomments70

        I remember being a wise ass and a know-it-all, but I don’t recall ever wanting to commit violent crimes, steal or vandalize.

        • Raymond Kidwell

          I have to agree with you on that one. Even some white people are like this, but it appears to be a genetic defect or tendency rather than environment. I grew up in the same ghettos and the same schools as people who commit endless crimes. I never had the urge to vandalize or assault people without reason or even to go around stealing. It’s primarily an instinct, not environment.

    • Steve_in_Vermont

      Agreed. There are many black teens who are intelligent and law abiding. But we’ll never see or hear from them because during riots they are home minding their own business. And the media always focuses on the violence. We need to focus on the behavior of people and not the color of their skin.

      • TCA

        No. We need to focus on the color of their skin as an indicator of sociopathic tendencies. Burden of proof is now on Negroes. We’ve already seen what happens when they’re given the benefit of the doubt. The evidence is overwhelming and the proper response from us is clear: no more vote, no more lunch counter, no more miscegenation, no more political office, etc. Human rights, yes, to be secure in their person and property, to receive due process, and so on. But civil rights, absolutely not.

        • Samuel Hathaway

          Blacks also believe they are entitled to happiness. The Declaration of Independence says so, so they say. Actually the Declaration of Indepedence gives them the right to pursue happiness, not the right to be happy.

      • Kenner

        You really are in Vermont. And you just keep sugaring off.

        • Steve_in_Vermont

          Thanks for the update. It didn’t occur to me, until now, that all young black men engage in criminal behavior.

      • InAFreeCountry

        Let’s put it this way. I didn’t see any white kids rioting and looting the last few days.

    • Usually Much Calmer

      I agree wholeheartedly with that statement. I think you have to get old to see it.

      No one is calling you untrainable, IstvanIN. Rest assured of that. It is just that all of youth is a mediated amock time.

      Hormones have profound effects on behavior and state of mind. And the hormone cocktail changes over time. A 50 year old practicing engineer lives a civilization that is completely foreign, unknown and unknowable, to the 19 year old engineering student. Women get less crazy over time too, you can add the same biochemical explanation of their transformation to the memetic economic argument that they sane up because their options dwindle (or, as the savage young men say, they become worthless).

      There are many conditions under which people become savage. I probably bring up Hannah Arendt here more than is wanted (I’m not even a big fan of hers, she just wrote on subjects relevant to a changing civilization, among others) but in On Totalitarianism, she describes how as we move toward one world-ism and a monoculture, if you don’t conform to that monoculture, you have nowhere to go, the Tiebout model fails, you are apostate from humanity itself and must become a savage, kind of like from Brave New World. I notice that happening to me. I think a lot of us notice it. People like Jack Donovan have decided to embrace it, from what I can tell. I’m not there yet.

      JT is exactly right but don’t take it personally!

      • Exuberant Auditor

        Hey, dat be ageist!

        Young people tend to be more brash and more likely to give in to their instincts, but not necessarily savage.

      • IstvanIN

        I am untrainable? WTH does that mean? None the less I stand by my assertion that most non-black teenage boys are not savages.

        • Usually Much Calmer

          I wrote, “No one is calling you untrainable.” I stand by that.

          You are differentiating black teenaged boys and non-black teanage boys with Taylor’s word, savage. I think an engaged reader would accept, for the purpose of the conversation, Taylor’s use of the word savage (uncivilized rather than uncivilizable), in which case, to avoid confusion, what you mean savage could be called ‘untrainable’ based on your own use of the professions in your objection . . . no?

          Ask yourself: “Is UMC trying to piss me off?” I hope you can answer, ‘no’.

  • Michigan Patriot

    Black or brown privilege since 1964. Their numbers are growing as well as their privileges ever since; yet the leftist, anti-White media allows them to complain about ” White privilege ” ! When you create a product, bring it to market, hire every one including ” them ” ( affirmative action / quotas ) ,make a profit, provide a service/ product; that is called : blood , sweat & tears morality not White privilege !

  • As I’ve long said, blacks are at their best when under the heel of whites.

    • Kenner

      We always treat them better than they treat each other.

  • bilderbuster

    Don’t be surprised if the crowds refuse to disperse at curfew.
    Now that they’re centrally located on the East Coast they’ll have reinforcements from the White SJWs/communists/anarchists.
    They may try and pull an “occupy” like they did in Ferguson with large crowds for months breaking budgets and having small mobile “eruptions”.
    I hope I’m wrong but I believe they’re in this for a long time and we’re going to be lectured on a nightly basis with the same old sad, sad song by the the same faces.

  • “Any gathering of blacks is a potential riot.”
    I read that, and said, WTF! What news paper dared to print that? Then I read who wrote it, it was Mr. Taylor himself, and I had to laugh. Gosh, it would be so funny if some news outlet actually did say that.

  • TruthBeTold

    Yesterday, a CVS drug store was looted and burned in Baltimore, along
    with many other businesses. Most insurance policies don’t cover damage
    from war or riots, so some owners will suffer catastrophic loses.

    I was just watching a news report and the reported noted that the mayor (I don’t know which one) had begged CVS to open a store in this neighborhood.

    • Usually Much Calmer

      CVS will, though. Their business model is to collect a toll manning a gate in the wealth redistribution shell game known as ‘healthcare’ (they don’t even lie and call it insurance anymore).

      All a neighborhood’s residents have to do is show up and pick up their meds-you pay for them. Under this model, CVS sees the most opportunity in the worst neighborhoods. On store up in smoke is a small price to pay for their spot at the government teat.

  • Peter L. Giamatti

    +Uncommon common sense. Not just about race but about human nature.

    Why do blacks behave this way? Young men of all races are savages, and young blacks are the hardest to tame. Low IQ, high testosterone, and a short time horizon make them the perfect tinder for disorder.

  • Caucasoid88

    This is just a rumor, but I heard Freddie Gray suffered a spinal injury in an ATV accident the day before his arrest.

    Prepare for the most ridiculous moment in American history.

    • Epiminondas

      Do you have a link?

      • Caucasoid88

        No. But a very reliable member of the media just made it public on his Twitter—someone I trust infinitely more than the mainstream media.

        And no, it’s not Alex Nutbar Jones.

        • Epiminondas

          That guy probably has a picture of Lincoln in every room of his house…including bathrooms and storage areas.

      • Lexonaut

        No. The missing links are all to be found in Baltimore.

        • TCA

          I know now that you’re not JE. He’s smart and pleased w/ himself, but he’s not witty.

          • Lexonaut

            I owe it all to my grandfather. I was stunned when he wrote the following out for me, a conversation in a restaurant …

            F U N E X?
            S. V F X
            I F M N X

        • John Smith

          I think they’re more a “wrong turn” than a link.

    • Kenner

      A retired nurse posted on SBPDL that Gray might have had a pre-existing condition called cervical spinal stenosis. A sudden jolt can sever the spine.

      • Caucasoid88

        Confirmed. The source comes straight from someone in the Baltimore Police Department.

        Hold on to your hat, Kenner!

      • Kenner

        I’m shown as up-voting my own comment. How is that possible?

        • Lexonaut

          “I’m shown up-voting my own comment.”

          And I thought blacks were self centered.

          • Kenner

            Wut? It’s some kind of error.

          • Lexonaut

            Is joke.

          • TCA

            is funny

        • TCA

          if you click it again, I think it toggles off.

      • Alexandra1973

        So finally the information come out. My dad had spinal stenosis, but I think it was in the lumbar section–sometimes his legs would go numb.

  • Epiminondas

    Here is another great article on the problem…

    http://wwwradicalandrightcom/minorities/cant-say-the-b-word/

    • Kenner

      We will consider and weigh the evidence. ‘Cause we WHITE, homes.

  • tickyul

    They just LET this thing go and go and go…………totally pathetic “leadership”!

  • Kenner

    I’ve written off Fox, but O’Reilly, of all people, just spoke the truth about the Baltimore rioters, citing the horrific black crime stats in that city. He put the blame squarely on the black ‘community’, and said no outside entity can ‘help’ blacks in Baltimore, only the blacks themselves.
    He pointed out the fact that the city council is majority black, the mayor is black, the police are mostly black, so how can they be oppressed by ‘racism’.
    He said it’s their behavior, and that’s why businesses won’t locate there.
    He basically said blacks in Baltimore have to clean up their act.
    I almost fell out of my chair.

    • a1781054

      Perhaps with age, Bill cares even less about offending people than he used to. Good.

      • newscomments70

        possibly, but he will be axed soon.

        • Kenner

          No. He’s the eminence gris at Fox. On race, he’s usually ‘on one hand, on the other hand’…
          So all along, he knew.

        • Kenner

          He was asked a few months ago if he would get ‘tired’ of his job. He replied, “I’m already tired!’
          If he leaves, watch Megyn Kelly to take his spot.

      • Kenner

        No. I’m guessing he heard the roar from Fox viewers after Shepard Smith’s appalling, pro-black ramblings.

        • Lexonaut

          No. He became a realist when Ferguson happened. He was slow to speak his mind at first but during the past two months he’s been absolutely blunt about it all.

          • Kenner

            Yes, but he uses Ferguson as a place where blacks, according to the DOJ, are picked on for jaywalking and traffic violations merely because they’re black. He stated that to an e-mailer who said there isn’t a place in America where blacks are discriminated against.

  • Lygeia

    This is not a riot; this is a war.

  • MBlanc46

    “Shoot looters to maim, shoot arsonists to kill.” Mayor Richard J. Daley’s instructions to the Chicago PD during the King assassination riots of 1968. By that time even as hard-boiled a ruler as the real Mayor Daley couldn’t order the killing of looters. But compared to what we have now, it stands as a beacon of reason and sound judgment.

  • FozzieT

    Excellent article. I agree with Mr Taylor that without the right to shoot looters, we have no ability to protect our property. One minor correction: virtually all commercial insurance policies cover loss due to Riot ( but not war).

  • FozzieT

    Thought my AmRen pals would enjoy this

    • John Smith

      I already did a similar reference and it got yanked.

    • Usually Much Calmer

      Got this one from a link someone else posted above:

  • Bret Stein

    I always wondered why the Jews in Crown Heights didn’t put snipers on the roof. They could have done us a very nice favor.

    • Kenner

      Wow. I’m picturing a generous chalk outline around that burgundy track suit. Beautiful!

  • TrueNorthFree

    “Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake of Baltimore did exactly the wrong thing.
    She said law enforcement was “a balancing act” and so “we gave those who wished to destroy space to do that.”
    Oh my.
    I just watched the Youtube video of her actually saying that.
    That is rich. Very rich.
    I suppose we can thank Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake for giving us race-realist whites more ammunition to convince growing numbers of former multi-culti whites that diversity is an utter failure and “white privilege” is a poisonous lie.

  • JohnEngelman

    As Jesse Jackson pointed out yesterday in Baltimore, downtown is glittering but there are thousands of abandoned houses on the black West Side. “Why can’t the West Side get the same things downtown gets?”

    – Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, April 28, 2015

    The answer is provided by the rioters. Only a fool would open a business in a neighborhood where employees and customers are not safe.

  • A Freespeechzone

    Rioters now know that little or nothing will be done when they destroy businesses and loot–we saw that in Feguson and now in Baltimore.

    Obama and those around him create an environment that forces LE to do nothing, no doubt with the threat of prosecution.

    I can’t help believe that at some point, this crap will NOT STAND and business owners, patriotic citizens and those who DO believe in Law and Order will do something about it.

    • TrueNorthFree

      I keep thinking that perhaps as things get progressively worse for whites, more whites will start to wake up and shake off their lefty-multi-culti mind programming.
      Together, we are mighty.

      • ekwaykway

        History has shown that this is clearly not the case. Whites will continue to capitulate, I’ve seen it over decades.

        • TrueNorthFree

          “History has shown that this is clearly not the case. Whites will continue to capitulate, I’ve seen it over decades.”

          I am a student of history and I know that when specific groups, especially groups of smart white folks, get pissed off enough, that they can move mountains.

          • ekwaykway

            My friend I do not disagree with you at all. My true feelings about race and settlement must be held secret on a public messageboard. Too bad we can’t talk freely in this world. I would be banned for life! But we must persevere.

  • Rob

    If these were the good old non PC days, these looters would have been shot and made an example of. They are made examples of now, but they are made to show that they can loot and destroy and still get rewarded with freebies. No wonder we are going down the slippery slope.

  • slobotnavich

    The question of whether to shoot looters is an interesting one. For example, if you, as a home owner, shoot a burglar outside your house carrying off your TV set you’ll likely be prosecuted for murder (if you kill the SOB) or attempted murder if he survives. In most states honoring the so-called castle doctrine, however, as long as you shoot and kill the miscreant within the confines of your home you’re within your rights to shoot the intruder, thus the old advice to drag the dead miscreant back inside if you shoot him in the lawn. In any event, shooting rioting looters has long been a time-honored tradition in this nation, apparently in acceptance of the reality that it’s the only way to stop mobs of looters. It’s a fine and time-honored tradition and should be available to residents of any neighborhood being threatened by looters.

    • ekwaykway

      Make no mistake about it, you kill him, you’re gone. Good luck defending yourself.

      • slobotnavich

        Not where I live.

        • John Smith

          Me neither – I see lawn jockeys around these parts all the time.

      • Spikeygrrl

        What idiot defends himself in court these days — especially on a muder or manslaughter charge! — when the proceedings are all hair-splitting technicalities instead of Common Law and common sense? You’re better off with even the most inept of Public Defenders.

        “He who represents himself has a fool for a client.” — apocryphal, often misattributed to Abraham Lincoln

        • ekwaykway

          I meant with a lawyer.

          • Spikeygrrl

            Where/how did I “take your head off”? I wasn’t calling you an idiot; I was calling people idiots who attempt to defend themselves in court.

            Methinks it’s you who needs to calm down.

          • ekwaykway

            Lol, gotcha..hee, hee. 😉

          • Spikeygrrl

            FLAGGED

            What are you, eight years old? Run along home, kiddo, the grownups are talking.

          • ekwaykway

            Okay, bye.

          • ekwaykway

            You took issue with my comment. Why?

    • Lexonaut

      Wait till they’re all the way through the entry door or window. This will improve your chances of surviving the criminal justice system. Then shoot to kill. This will improve your chances of not being impoverished by lawsuits.

  • USofAntiWhite

    When I was in college in San Francisco I read all kinds of stories about the 1906 earthquake that, along with the subsequent fires destroyed most of the city. There were many cases of looters being shot and there is at least one situation that occurred where police mistakenly shot and killed a property owner that was trying to stop looters and was shot by police that assumed the owner was a looter as well. Talk about piling real tragedy on lumps of real tragedy. Of course there were few Africans in Northern California in 1906, can you imagine a major city in America without that element? It must have been grand.

  • Augustus3709

    “Those who want to destroy need space.”

    It boggles the mind.

    This is the mayor of the city saying that part of “her” city can be destroyed.

    It’s like the “black community” is treated like a child with mental retardation. You expect them to yell, make outbursts, maybe break some things, and people learn to look the other way.

    • Lexonaut

      “It’s like the “black community” is treated like a child with mental retardation.”

      That’s exactly what most of them are — retarded children in adult bodies. And they’re extraordinarily inclined to commit violent crimes.

      • ekwaykway

        Just look at the mother who is now a hero for slapping her kid upside his head. They condone violence and now glorify her for doing it. The only thing these bloody savages understand is violence.

        • Exuberant Auditor

          That was one hell of a whooping though. I personally enjoyed watching it.

  • ekwaykway

    We can look at the Petri dish in South Africa as an example of our issues today. Apartheid was a solution and sadly we let it fail. Now more than ever it is needed in this country. Mass deportation or Apartheid are the only two choices left.

    • Rob

      MASS DEPORTATION. The further they are away from us, the better.

  • DonReynolds

    The worst part of the disorder in Baltimore was watching police retreating from rock-throwing rioters during daylight hours.
    Unless ordered to retreat, why would any police department surrender any street of their city to the mob?
    Step forward and restore order, no matter who likes it and who does not.
    Out after curfew…..arrest them.
    Jails are full…..put them on barges and tow them just over the horizon.
    Restore order, even if it hare-lips everybody on Bear Creek.

    • ekwaykway

      Police brutality was the excuse used to defeat apartheid. They were just trying to enforce the laws. What good are police or national guard who can’t shoot?

      • DonReynolds

        You are well informed.

        This is a serious sticking point with so-called Libertarians, which is one of the several reasons why they should not be included in conservative discussions.

        To have rule of law, no matter how many or how few there might be, the law must be credible and irresistible. The law is not limited to strongly worded suggestions and at some point it is necessary to use force to compel the effect of the law or to isolate (or expel) those who refuse to abide by that law.

        Napoleon had a great deal of experience with “uprisings” and his solution to a riot was to shoot the first 300 people he could find….knowing it would be difficult to find the next 300. Perhaps a strong case, but the point is clear. For authority to be real (rightly or wrongly) it must be a force.

        You are very correct. The police in South Afrika were doing what lawful authority required them to do. The communists in the USA (and their anarchist allies) are using the same arguments to destroy legitimate authority in this country.

  • Ultimate187

    Black people riot because that’s their default behavior. For most of them, following the law actually takes considerable effort on their part. They secretly love when racism and bad things happen because then they have an excuse to go back to who they truly are.

  • Ayatollah Obama

    Do you really expect white managers to guard someone else’s store with a shotgun? What would they possibly gain from that? They could get killed. If they are able to defend themselves, they could be the next George Zimmerman, living the rest of their lives in fear of angry blacks getting revenge. If a white store owner were to stand up to the black mob, it would be foolish and futile. The state is not on the white man’s side.

    • TCA

      I’m going to venture out on a limb here and guess you’re Jewish.
      The tip-off is your assumption that no sane person would ever do anything
      a)dangerous
      b)not remunerative
      One of the things that distinguishes Whites is gratuitous risk-taking: jousting, exploring, mountain-climbing, attempting to fly, and compulsively doing the right thing when no one is watching are some examples.
      Didn’t you ever see High Noon?

  • B.A_2014

    Unfortunately for you, it looks like a lot of America’s more savage young white men are on vacation. Every group needs that type of guy that is a burden in times of peace but is the valuable asset in times of unrest. I’ve been in so many riots or semi riots I lost count. 99% of the time we rioted because it’s fun. I’m not trying to boast because it’s not something to boast about. But the truth is rioting is very enjoyable. The idea of looting and burning your own community is something unique to blacks though.

    • Kenner

      Negro psy-ops. So very impressive. Try harder, until it seems too much like work.

      • B.A_2014

        I’m a regular here in the comment section lol Look at my past posts. What is it that makes you think I’m a black troll?

        • Exuberant Auditor

          Probably your profile picture.

        • Kenner

          You said you’ve been to so many riots you’ve lost count, and it was fun.

          • B.A_2014

            I’m not from the U.S. Riots were a daily thing when I was growing up in Belfast. I lived at a peace wall and our area was attacked regularly. I really wasn’t saying rioting was a good thing. I’m simply stating what everyone who has ever been in that situation says and feels.

    • Exuberant Auditor

      In modern times and a civilized society, that kind of violence is supposed to be delegated to the police. But if the police doesn’t do its job — which it obviously isn’t — then the chavs, rednecks, scallies, and other hoodlums are the answer.

  • Irish

    Here in SoFlo “You Loot, We Shoot”.. Or “We Shoot Looters” was spray painted on every third house after Hurricane Andrew. . I remember thinking it was disgraceful it was nessasary.

    • Alexandra1973

      I got a kick out of this one, from Katrina:

      • Ultimate187

        10/10

    • jayvbellis

      Most of the looters don’t know how to read.

      All those Liberal streets signs saying things like “yield to pedestrians ” no lowest class urban types know or care about or can pronounce “pedestrians”.

      • Light from the East

        When they are looting, they act like animals, of course human words don’t work.

  • Exuberant Auditor

    Looters should be shot at sight with rubber bullets — as many as necessary to cripple the thiefs. Then take them in.

    If it results in the death or handicap of the person shot, too bad. But in the overwhelming majority of cases, it won’t.

  • MMinCC

    Hey thugs, c’mon down to w Texas, you can have all the space your little hearts desires. Personally though, my groupings are fairly tight.

  • slobotnavich

    A number of posters have mentioned the use of tear gas (known by the military designation as CN) to deter rioters and looters. A far more effective deterrent to rioters would be another non-lethal military gas known as CS, which is much stronger and contains a strong burning and choking element in its composition. If you’re sweating heavily when exposed to it you’ll feel as though your skin’s burning. I’ve seen whole companies of basic trainees break and scatter when exposed to a mere whiff of it. It’s harmless but damned unpleasant and would break up any gathering of rioters, send them home, and keep them there and off the streets. Riot police should be re-equipped with CS immediately and use it as needed.

  • jayvbellis

    Always have some self defense weapon that makes you a tougher target than those with nothing. I highly recommend carrying a gym bag, ball and glove, $12 metal Target T ball bat the best one handed club in human history.

  • All_American_American

    The average Baltimore cop needs to do some serious soul-searching and praying today. Are you going to enforce the law and protect citizens, or are you going to be a pawn in some two-bit racist politician’s game?

  • jayvbellis

    Another good non lethal self defense weapon is Home Depot heavy rubber hose (garbage disposal), one handed club, can be disguised as a holder of bicycle lock keys, other keys.

    This is similar to the rubber truncheon once favored by a Eastern European Socialists state forces, you get to beat people, doesn’t leave as much bruise marks, not lethal but extremely painfully. This weapon is perfect for beating the $&@&$ out of hostile 12 year olds where it is simply impractical and counter productive to kill or maim them with guns, hard weapons etc.

    • John Smith

      Sjambok.

  • Earl Turner

    Somewhat sarcastic, but at the same time this would definitely send a message.

    When whites finally organize and start fighting back, I can see a day when one of these mass Africas occurs and while the bulk of whites are guarding their homes and businesses, small strike teams go out for some retribution.

    As the cops are occupied trying to contain the rioting and looting, the strike teams go out and bomb every single welfare office in the city. And I mean bomb the hell out of them, leaving nothing but smoking craters in the ground. In the aftermath of the Africa, when government officials scramble to set up temporary facilities to keep the handouts flowing to the Africans, bombard them with bomb threats to shut them down and disrupt the handouts even more.

    • jaye ellis

      That’s racial revolutionary fantasy stuff.

      If you are really in to this type of thing – read the 4 Northwest novels by H Covington ‘The Brigade” is the best one.

      But, it’s fantasy as far as I can tell.

  • ghettovalley

    Allowing this rioting, burning, and looting to continue is not only extremely dangerous but also quite stupid. If they continue to get away with this type of behavior, facing absolutely no consequences for their actions, it’s just going to get worse and worse as time progresses. Are we seriously going to have to deal with cities being burned to cinders, people being killed, and businesses being destroyed and looted every single time some black scumbag criminal gets shot and killed while attacking police or every time there is a court verdict that the borderline mentally retarded black community disagrees with? Why on earth would this type of nonsense ever possibly be allowed to continue?

    • Harry

      Wait until the gubmint takes the guns away. I remember reading the Turner Diaries some 30 years ago, where “deputized” blacks with armbands were going door to door, searching for and confiscating privately owned firearms. At the time, I dismissed the book as nothing more than science fiction. Nowadays..

  • Harry

    “..it was only Koreans who organized armed patrols to protect property..”
    ________________
    Is it legal to be on a rooftop and then shoot down into a mob that is forcing it’s way onto your property? Even way back in 1992 it seems to be at least in a legal gray area.

  • Dale McNamee

    If those who are arrested, Malik Shabazz, Jamal Bryant, Billy Murphy, the principal and others at Frederick Douglass HS, etc. we’re actually HELD FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE for the damage and looting, maybe things would change.

    The taxpayers should not pay… But, we all know that they will…

  • Light from the East

    If you have an experience to observe monkeys closely for a long time, you find that blacks share the same natural instincts like them. For example, monkeys are good at looting things and running away from scene when you are not aware of the thing you are holding. Of course, blacks like monkeys can memorizes your face once you appear in front of them. Additionally monkeys are animals that bully the good but fear the bad person. Thus, a reporter trying to interview them politely will get beaten, a police holding a shield withdrawing will only increase their desire to march, a liberal politician giving them a place to rent their anger will not stop the chaos. The only way to deal with them is not showing your face, organizing as a group, and letting them taste the taste of your weapons. Let their senses of fear arise when facing with anonymous opponents. Since they are highly emotional animals, fear will significantly reduce the level of their activities. It is so far the most efficient way to keep them under control.

  • Libnomore

    Most of us who grew up in San Francisco knew of the mayor’s order to shoot looters following the 1906 earthquake. Following the 1989 San Francisco earthquake, no such order was given even though a more gruesome kind of looting took place.

    The San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge is a double decked structure, and some sections of the upper deck collapsed onto cars in the lower deck, trapping and sometimes killing drivers and or passengers.

    Oakland and San Francisco Firefighters raised ladders to collapsed lower deck sections hoping to save and extricate trapped victims. I was an active San Francisco Fireman at that time and was told by some of my mates who had participated in those life-saving efforts, later recounted seeing blacks, and only blacks, also climbing onto the collapsed lower deck sections, not to perform rescues, but to steal money, jewelry and anything else of value. To the best of my knowledge, no mention of these atrocities were made in any of the local newspapers.

    • Rob

      liberalism and PCness at its worst.

  • Huggiebear

    As the world watched on CNN yesterday they were treated to an absolutely absurd display. Blacks were in a happy mood after stealing booze, drugs and cigarettes from the local businesses. And then, there were pom pom cheerleaders and a marching band! They didn’t appear to be victims but victors.

    Well, they aren’t victors, they are losers AND are in a self-imposed prison of their own vices and inherit laziness which makes them demand something for nothing.

  • Manxman

    During the 2011 riots across London following the shooting of an armed black crack dealer the police took exactly the same approach of stepping back and allowing the blacks to ‘let off steam’ in the way that the police know blacks need to from time to time.

    They have given up trying to robustly police black and muslim areas in UK. I lived in these areas for many years and saw countless examples of the police responding very passively to violent behaviour which would not have been tolerated in indigenous white areas.

    • zygote314

      I grew up in Bristol during the turbulent Thatcher years. We had one of the first riots of that era, which I remember quite well. It happened in the West Indian community of St. Pauls, a place that had always been a dysfunctional sh*t hole of violence, drugs and prostitution, and still is today. The press, predictably, tried to blame the Tory government for causing the violence that had cost thousands of pounds in property damage and had left at least one Police officer in critical condition after a concrete paving slab had been smashed over his head.

      The Police had done nothing wrong and were only trying to arrest a known cannabis dealer. I guess things have only gotten progressively worse since the 1980’s.

  • zygote314

    It now appears likely that the “aggrieved” rioters were not spontaneous groups of everyday people tired of being pushed to limit by racist cops – the usual narrative – but were bussed in to Baltimore and had their illegal actions coordinated by well organized social grievance groups. As Al Sharpton, a man with a long history of inciting racial violence and unrest, is a frequent, honored guest of our community organizer president should anyone be surprised that Obama has reflexively exploited this contrived situation for political gain? Maybe that was the whole point of Ferguson, New York and now Baltimore?

    When the President of the United States tacitly justifies the violence and mayhem of Baltimore in order to further his political aims and the Mayor of Baltimore actively supports the same behavior by allowing the rioters the “space” they need to commit their destructive acts has America slid irrevocably into the abyss of dysfunction and chaos?

  • Alucard_the_last

    This is just another example of the death of a nation. People are more concerned with entertainment than their own nation and as as result, we will be living in some form of a police state in the future.

  • bustermosson

    The old adage “You can take them out of the Jungle but you cannot take the Jungle out of them” proves itself everyday

    • Ringo Lennon

      Jungle you know what’s.

  • L O

    You cant impose middle- class values on people who don’t hold those same values… Every Riot is in Cities run by liberal democrats… What did anyone expect

  • Mark Belk

    All this sounds good, and I would shoot the first one that looted my business, but don’t forget who started and was president of the rabble rousing NAACP untill 1978….Jews!

  • Jakob Stagg

    Allowing people to misbehave badly encourages more of the same. If allowed to continue, it escalates. What, precisely is it politicians do not understand?

    I expect if the politicians were at any kind of risk, none of this would have occurred.

  • jayvbellis

    All sane White American guys are looking for mates, dates that are anything other than mean, bitter no fun, miseducated American feminists.

    There is a single honest man alive on planet earth that likes these types.

    Maybe we can get all the Muslim women in the world to get the same education, watch the same hostile Lib Fem American TV shows and then the Muslims will stop having sex, stop having babies.

  • Georgiaboy1

    When you find after riots and looting the only buildings and businesses unmolested were those that were protected by force of arms it SHOULD give a pretty good idea of the answer to those situations.

  • blubaljim

    KILL ‘EM ALL BY GOD!

  • Deplane

    It’s one Giant Conspiracy!! All of it I have papers to prove it, run for the hills!!
    Actually it’s all a bunch of Crap! We need to start getting along or we’re going to self destruct.