Fort Apache The Bronx and Queens – NYPD SWAT Teams Deployed To Protect Police Stations From Anti-Cop Violence….

(New York) Police have increased security at two New York City stationhouses while investigating threats against them in the wake of the deadly shootings of two officers last weekend.

swat new york

As of early this morning NYPD swat team members were stationed 79th and 81st precinct stationhouses after a member of the Baltimore-based Black Guerrilla Family was allegedly overheard planning a ‘shoot out’ at those locations.

Emergency Services Unit officers were stationed at those same Brooklyn precincts as of Tuesday.

Police said on Wednesday they were remaining vigilant while investigating the origin of the threats.

A confidential informant told cops about rumors of a gang plot to ‘shoot it out’ at the station houses, reported the NY Post.

The gang member who supposedly made the threat served three years in jail for robbery and attempted murder, reports the NY Post.

Cops were varied in their opinion of how serious the threat was to their safety.

A senior police official told the NY Post, ‘We’re investigating that threat, but at this time, it does not appear to be credible.’

President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association, Ed Mullins, seemed to think the threat was a cause for concern. (read more)

OWS Occupy Oakland 5

Advertisements
This entry was posted in 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment, Abusive Cops, Agitprop, BGI - Black Grievance Industry, Conspiracy ?, Cultural Marxism, Death Threats, Dem Hypocrisy, Dept Of Justice, media bias, Notorious Liars, Police action, Political correctness/cultural marxism, propaganda, Racism, Typical Prog Behavior, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

99 Responses to Fort Apache The Bronx and Queens – NYPD SWAT Teams Deployed To Protect Police Stations From Anti-Cop Violence….

  1. kinthenorthwest says:

    Pray for our Country everyone Pray Pray Pray…

    Pray that the girl holding the sign wakes up before someone sees her as just another White and targets her.

    Liked by 7 people

  2. notasmidgeon says:

    Yes pray for the safety of our Country and the ones who protect us.

    Liked by 6 people

  3. caroljcarp says:

    Who do they think they will call on one day if THEY need help?

    Liked by 2 people

  4. czarowniczy says:

    What goes around comes around – welcome back to the 70s

    Liked by 3 people

    • Eskie Mom says:

      The 70s were utopia compared to this, imho. Look what kind of people are running our country now & look at back then. Day & night.

      Liked by 5 people

      • czarowniczy says:

        Ehhhh, we did have carter, though (in his defense) he was a lot more like a dotty uncle than the Jomo Kenyata redux we have now. The PDs in places like NYC and LA were as heavily fortified as military bunkers due to the brazen attacks on them by…aggrieved citizens. There was a major redecorating effort in the 80s as the levels of anti-police violence subsided with stations looking less like defensive positions and more like fats food franchises, but the violence didn’t end, only went nappy-time..

        Liked by 2 people

        • Eskie Mom says:

          Not thinking. :rolls eyes: The 70s apparently was pretty bad for law enforcement. & I know the Weathermen were still pulling their shenanigans in the early part of the decade, too. Carter was a bumbling idiot, but I don’t think he had nearly the malicious intentions toward America & Americans that we’ve been seeing since 2007. (In hindsight, I think the Clintons are as bad as 0bama. Bill was just more devious about it.)

          It did not help that we were lulled into a false sense of security while the communists were chewing away like termites.

          Liked by 1 person

          • czarowniczy says:

            No sweat, I just remembered as I’m in that ‘I can remember Carter but I can’t find mt car keys’ age and, in all, most of us would like to forget those endless Bicentennial Moments between 1969 and Reagan. Commies never did stop chewing – they just got new teeth.

            Liked by 2 people

            • Ahh, But I loved the music! And the muscle cars! I was just a little girl, but I had an older brother. I learned from him about Mach 1, Camaros, Fleetwod Mac, the BeeGees, Boston, and Elton Jon!

              Like

              • czarowniczy says:

                Elton John and Cher are still (more or less with us), proof that certain performers, like fruit cake (no comparisons meant) don’t seem to crumble. Then again, they can do wonders with epoxy nowadays.

                Like

        • taqiyyologist says:

          “nappy-time”

          I believe that’s known as a hudna in the ummah.

          Like

    • Rurik says:

      Back in the mid 1970s I lived in NYC for three years. At that time Fort Apache (then 19th Precinct) was known as the most dangerous precinct in the entire country. Whole areas of the South Bronx had been abandoned, even by Police, Fire, and EMT.
      During those three years I worked in Bed-Stuy (then 88th Precinct), at the time considered less dangerous than South Bronx, but maybe worse than Harlem. I read that the neighborhood had cleaned up a bit under Giuliani, but it has plainly reverted to what I remember.

      Like

      • czarowniczy says:

        Yep, I remember the South Bronx well – firemen got more training there in a year than most other firefighters received in a lifetime. I was told by one cop that some officers never even left the station during a shift or just found a safe spot and waited it out.
        Some areas in LA were hit hard too – they were the first, I believe, to get an armored personnel carrier and a .50 caliber rifle to deal with ambushes and armed sieges. Ahhhh, for the kinder, gentler days.

        Liked by 1 person

        • chuckles49 says:

          It’s really funny how life does imitate art.. Movies like Fort apache the Bronx, Robocop, Escape from New York, ect. seem rather prophetic now. I just hope Red Dawn doesn’t become a reality in the near future too. 😦

          Liked by 1 person

          • czarowniczy says:

            I was thinking Fort apache the Bronx, Robocop, Escape from New York, were sort of tame compared to what’s going on. I’m worried that Django Unchained is becoming a reality.

            Liked by 1 person

            • chuckles49 says:

              Unfortunately they haven’t built a wall around New York or sent urban pacification units to Detroit, but it’s quickly getting to that point.

              I’m not sure about Django Unchained. I refuse pay for the dubious privilege of watching the mindless end results of AA fantasy and wishful thinking.

              Like

              • czarowniczy says:

                Don’t know if a wall would help – the NYC cultural taint is spread by paper and digital infection that even a really REALLY high wall wouldn’t stop. It’s the curse of civilization – urbanization means safety in numbers and the ability to spend lots of spare time doing things that run against your long-term survival.
                What makes me uneasy about the Django Unchained genre is I remember how the Hollyork crowd used the films and TV to push the civil rights agenda – wonder what they’re pushing with the Django Unchained (don’t have to think too hard).

                Like

              • Eskie Mom says:

                Isn’t it the truth?! The last movie we went to was in 1986 or 87. I think it was the one about Robert Johnson (Crossroads?)
                Except for a couple of British serials, all of our videos are pre 1974. (most are 50s & 60s) For my money, I better get a happy ending. And nobody dies!

                Like

      • Lionel Verney says:

        They need to be totally isolated … let them wipe each other out! The cannot live with humans!

        Like

  5. cajunkelly says:

    I am so angry and feel so helpless. And I am consumed with fear for our country.

    Liked by 6 people

  6. SHO NUFF says:

    We just need a weapons hot order all across the USA and get this show started.
    I am tired of it all, I know this won’t be popular around here but the circus in Fergudishu syas it all

    Liked by 1 person

  7. SHO NUFF says:

    Weapons hot mentality not an order, oops

    Like

  8. Madmax says:

    The only thing these idiots will understand is a knuckle sandwich followed by a wood shampoo.

    Like

  9. Josh says:

    And it is the eve of Christmas 2014 …

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Faulke Yue says:

    the Centurians scramblled as Rome was falling……you surpress the people with a growing brutality and injustice and this is what happens….

    Like

  11. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

    Like

  12. joanfoster says:

    I listened briefly to a youtube video of TD Jakes who led a prayer with his congregation and spoke a few words on “black lives matter”. I didn’t finish watching because I become so aggravated by the fact that we haven’t heard from this man calling for an end to the thug culture, single family homes, drug abuse and crime. I simply tuned him out because the message should be “all lives matter”

    On a happier note, Jet Blue is offering free seats for two representatives from police forces from cities across America to attend the funerals of the NYC police officers. That is a Christmas story that has a positive message.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Yah. 🙂 Thanks for that link. Lots of pics and videos. Why do you walk towards the cops when they arrive … especially with a gun. Gang initiation? It was said attempted police assassination. How do you get involved in such things are 17 – 18 years old.

    Liked by 2 people

    • taqiyyologist says:

      You get involved in such things by having intelligent parents who intentionally train you up to do such things, for their benefit, and that of their Cause.

      Tracy, Sybrina, MB Sr., Louis Head, using carefully-planned techniques that their trainers (like Anthony Shahid and a whole well-off raft of others) taught them.

      This was a set-up. Brown v. Wilson was a setup. Trayvon was a long-planned setup. The kid who ran into the back of Steve Utash’s truck was a setup.*

      These kids are all possible lottery tickets, and their planned deaths contribute to the Cause regardless of whether there’s a payout.

      *all my hunch, of course.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Pretty darned good hunch.

        Like

      • Josh says:

        That’s an interesting hunch, taqiyyologist. I knew an insurance agent who used to sell life insurance policies in the hood. I was very surprised when he told me how many of them (white & black) bought policies on their “babies”. No money for much but the life policy always got paid.

        Liked by 1 person

        • taqiyyologist says:

          Life is worth so little, when you’re taught that learning is bad, and when your mommas, for three, four, five generations are taught that fathers are bad, and when the fathers are actually taught to be bad.

          I might just have to change my nic to “L.B.J. in Hell”.

          Liked by 1 person

      • nimrodman says:

        Taqi said: “The kid who ran into the back of Steve Utash’s truck was a setup.”

        Oh, yes, definitely a set-up. In the video footage 2 of the 4 take a dash, number 2 and 3 from left to right. #2 cocks a foot back and hunches over, like in a starting block. He darts and #3 darts a fraction of a second later but pulls up short after a step and a half. He probably judged in an instant that his buddy was really going and pulled up, it wouldn’t have the right “look” if two were hit. Or he realized he was late, as his buddy came tumbling by him from left to right.

        The one that did go slammed into the side of Utash’s truck. The kid hit Utash, Utash didn’t hit the kid. You say back of truck, last time I looked closely I thought maybe side of front quarter panel or maybe passenger-side door, but it’s hard to tell from the blurry video.

        But those kids definitely took a wind-up for the dash into the truck, it’s plain as day on the video, which plays a couple times before a zoomed version at 1:08.
        http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/video-shows-detroit-man-beaten-helping-child-hit-truck-no-wrong-article-1.1745423

        Like

    • taqiyyologist says:

      Gang initiation?

      No. Gang sacrifice. The gang are the ones training these intentionally-programmed kids to do these things.

      For the purposes we see unfolding.

      Like

  14. taqiyyologist says:

    Rob a store, then hang out outside?

    Sounds a lot like “Rob a store, then walk away, impossibly slowly, down the middle of the road”.

    These BGI pieces of dung are using their kids to affect their cause. Sacrificing their kids, even.

    Look, they made a freakin’ PRESIDENT from before birth. And they know it.

    They can make a thug-sacrifice in 1/4 of the time.

    And don’t act surprised at this. We’ve seen the Pallywood empire do it since Green Helmet Guy — never mind Green Shirt Guy. Pallies train up their kids with toy bomb-belts, and what I’m suggesting regarding ALL of these cases is somehow far-fetched? Nope, it’s not.

    There is no such thing as “unthinkable”.

    Like

  15. taqiyyologist says:

    https://jcemmanuel.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/tracymartindistrictgrandmaster1.jpg?w=296&h=390

    I bet Tray’s older bro, who taught him MMA, is “made” now. In da club.

    Like

  16. kinthenorthwest says:

    Very good article about what is happening to Law Enforcement
    Lying about the cops
    Our national conversation has been a national fever. Now, perhaps it will break.

    As Jaden Ramos, the 13-year-old son of Rafael Ramos, wrote in a heartbreaking Facebook post about his dad:

    “Everyone says they hate cops but they are the people that they call for help.”

    There is more wisdom in that simple statement than in most of the cable chatter, protest chants and op-eds written in the wake of Ferguson and the Garner case.

    If we really want to reduce tensions between the community and men like Officer Rafael Ramos, it is imperative, first, to stop lying about the police.
    http://nypost.com/2014/12/24/lying-about-the-cops/

    Liked by 1 person

    • taqiyyologist says:

      Stop lying, period, is imperative. About the police, about yourselves, about your actions.

      Lying is DEFAULT for many of these folks. We saw it all on one video, when protesters/rioters cause a car to crash into a light pole, and then IMMEDIATELY begin lying about what they just did, and LOUDLY.

      A couple years back some folks came back into a sub-sandwich place I know, and loudly complain that they didn’t order pickles on their sub. They opened it, and there were pickle spears on their sub. Spears. Not pickle chips. The sub shop in question didn’t even HAVE spears.

      Rush Limbaugh once said about leading Democrats, that they wake up in the morning and ask themselves, “How can we fool the people today?”

      It seems that their base has adopted this morning routine, as well. Just lie, lie, lie.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Eskie Mom says:

        I’m not sure all of them know they’re lying, Taqiyy. Some of them (the handlers) might knowingly lie & connive, but the worker-types (or “true believers”) seem, to me, to be delusional. Profoundly delusional. Pathological lying & manipulation are psychopathic traits, but I really wonder if the reason they constantly lie is because they, themselves, believe the lies. Their minds- their thinking processes, are warped ‘beyond recognition’, as the saying goes. (the good news is that a few, as the rest get really off the deep end, seem to be peeling away) A person who doesn’t know they’re lying, or is in denial about it, can’t stop.

        This is the part of it that creeps me out the most. It means that they’re insane. Psychotic. Outside of reality or in a constructed reality, for whatever reason. And they’re being allowed & encouraged to run amok.
        We- as individuals & as a country, are in deep trouble.

        Like

  17. Pingback: NYPD SWAT Teams Deployed To Protect Police Stations From Anti-Cop Violence |

  18. archer52 says:

    Nice pic of white young girl hating cops. Where in the hell did she get that idea.

    THAT is the question we answer, and when the thing is located that did it, we destroy it. They always hide behind the First amendment, but use PC to stop the truth from being spoken.

    No more PC.

    Like

Leave a Reply to striket1977 Cancel reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s