Controversy Erupts In Philadelphia as Police Stop Responding To 911 Calls For Violence Committed By Blacks Against Whites….

911 Calls, and the corresponding police reports, mysteriously disappear !

This controversial story erupted in March 2013 and was just as quickly hidden.

A  controversial story erupted in March 2013 and was just as quickly hidden.

Philadelphia has a problem.  It’s not a new problem; nor is it a problem that hasn’t been shared before; it has.

A racial problem that has been discussed before with much controversy; quickly reviewed two years ago, and just as quickly swept back under the rug of political correctness.

The problem is growing violence against white people by black thugs.  However, now, in 2015, as a result of the local police trying to hide the issue, the problem murmur is worsening.  A deep troubling tremor surfacing.   Emergency 911 calls outlining violence and even home invasions are being hidden, ignored, and covered up by law enforcement.

In essence this story from last week highlights the safari principle carried out to it’s fullest and most logical conclusion.  That is, until the victims say ‘enough is enough’, and confront the police who have stopped trying to maintain law and order.

Up to 200 South Philadelphia residents organized a large protest this week to take a stand against what they describe as “racial attacks” from four black women towards white residents. Residents claim that these four women have been “terrorizing” the neighborhood. Speakers said things like “white lives matter” and held up signs saying things like “We know who you are!” and “White women’s lives matter.”

And they’re not just upset at these women, they’re outraged that the police haven’t taken any serious action against them. 911 calls were placed, but there were reportedly zero reports taken.

Anonymous individuals told WPVI they’ve either been attacked or witnessed attacks from the four women. One woman claimed they came up to her and were “spitting on me, pounding on my face.”

Local city councilman Mark Squilla was part of the protest, and it was reportedly thanks to his involvement that there’s now a report on the matter and an internal investigation into why it didn’t happen sooner.

FLASHBACK 2013 Philadelphia:  …[…] “Everyone might have a race story, but few whites risk the third-rail danger of speaking publicly about race, given the long, troubled history of race relations in this country and even more so in this city. Race is only talked about in a sanitized form, when it’s talked about at all, with actual thoughts and feelings buried, which only ups the ante. Race remains the elephant in the room, even on the absurd level of who holds the door to enter a convenience store”.  (read more)

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Message from Black Panther Party shortly after participating in Trayvon Martin Rally @Fort Mellon Park, FL

Message from Black Panther Party shortly after participating in Trayvon Martin Rally @Fort Mellon Park, FL

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90 Responses to Controversy Erupts In Philadelphia as Police Stop Responding To 911 Calls For Violence Committed By Blacks Against Whites….

  1. Art Deco says:

    The article you link to from 2012 is garrulous and useless. There are solutions neither the author nor his editors wish to acknowledge. These include:

    Metropolitan federation, with a partition of Bucks, Montgomery, and Chester counties into high density and low density portions and the incorporation of the high density portions into the ambo a new metropolitan authority.
    A reconstituted division of labor between metropolitan, county, and municipal authorities within the metropolitan settlement.
    Vesting the metropolitan authority with sole responsibility for the police and the child protective and foster care service – i.e. merging all local police forces into a single metropolitan force and all CPS departments into a single department.
    Improved staffing and improved tactics for the local police. See the work of Wm. Bratton in New York.

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    • Josh says:

      I find not calling a spade a spade (to coin a phrase) to be the problem.
      The truth must be spoken before it can be addressed.

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    • Sundance’s link is from 2013 and is spot on, laying a continuum for the current day violence in Philly. Did you read the whole thing? This single post from Sundance is a compilation of sources that tell an overall story. The video he’s posted about the protest of white women against crimes against them in their own neighborhoods and THAT is from . Did you watch that? The italicized text below the video is taken from the youtube page that video is linked to. Did you miss that? That was from – wait for it – YESTERDAY.

      You apparently also missed the point of this post. Not a one of the list of things you toss out there, which focuses on the civil service structure of the city is an argument against either Sundance’s post or the article linked entitled “Being White in Philadelphia”. What it is, however is, in fact, “garrulous” – talking on about insignificant things. You speak only of a governmental shuffling, as if it will provide a sure cure for what ails race relations in Philly. It won’t, and it hasn’t – there or elsewhere. Your post’s laundry list reminds me of a comment in the article that outsiders see only the gentification and commercial improvements ignoring the truth of the matter that lies with the white people who live on the streets within Philly. See the work of Gump, Forrest – right here: http://www.biography.com/news/forrest-gump-quotes

      I’d be interested in you adding something of substance to the discussion if you’d be interested in changing your direction.

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    • Consolidation of many small districts into one district rarely solves any problems. Consider: huge school districts now have huge high schools where everyone is anonymous and unaccountable and the layers of administration just keep piling on.

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      • Art Deco says:

        Consolidation of many small districts into one district rarely solves any problems.

        What problem are you attempting to solve? Sometimes you have co-ordination problems to solve and economies of scale to achieve, sometimes you do not. The best metropolitan police department in the country may be New York’s, which encompasses 8.2 million residents. A metropolitan force for the dense settlement in Philadelphia would encompass 5.1 million and the Pennsylvania portion thereof 3.5 million.

        With big city police services, I doubt your going to put together an argument that fragmentation among dozens of municipal departments is optimal.

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        • inspectorudy says:

          Man, what planet are you from? The only reason that the NYPD is/was great was because of Giuliani and then Bloomberg’s use of the stop and frisk procedures. If that were tried in Philly or Baltimore City the blacks would declare war on all whites. NYPD is on the way down because of Di Blasio’s stupid “Blame the cops” mantra for all of NYC’s problems. There is a law that states that as an organization grows in size it’s ability to do it’s job efficiently diminishes proportionally.

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          • Art Deco says:

            The only reason that the NYPD is/was great was because of Giuliani and then Bloomberg’s use of the stop and frisk procedures.

            No. The ambo of the NYPD comprehended a much larger share of the local tax base and had a less challenging population. They were able to properly staff neighborhood patrols. The situation in Baltimore is such that understaffing is the order of the day.

            If that were tried in Philly or Baltimore City the blacks would declare war on all

            Black politics in Philadelphia and Baltimore in 1989 were less militant than they were in New York at that time. There really was and is no equivalent in either locale to Al Sharpton and in Baltimore certainly none to Albert Vann. The problem with black politics in Baltimore was mediocrity, not militancy, as made manifest in different ways by Du Burns and Kurt Schmoke. There’s no particular reason to believe there would have been or would be now more social resistance to vigorous policing than was the case in New York.

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            • inspectorudy says:

              Did you not hear the speeches given by the idiot mayor and states attorney about the cops and their racists ways? The resistance starts at the top and works it’s way all the way to the bottom. Stop and frisk in either city would have more than half the population behind bars in a week!

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              • Art Deco says:

                Stop and frisk in either city would have more than half the population behind bars in a week!

                You need to learn the distinction between your rhetorical flourishes and reality. You have a modest population of feral young men to deal with, not an entire city with 620,000 people of all ages and hues.

                As for the mayor and the state’s attorney, there’s not much indication that they’re much other than standpatter black pols with the attitudes and evasions of standpatter black pols. You need adults in charge, and that dictates metropolitan policing. It’s doubtful that either Rawlings or Mosby could win an election in a metropolitan constituency. Leave them to fuss over trash collection and street repairs.

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    • Kitty Smith says:

      Did you get into this country under the DREAM Act? What you’re suggesting is right out of the Big Socialist Government Manifesto.

      More government is the last thing we need. Get back on topic.

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    • yadent says:

      This problem would be solved by the encouragement of obtaining and actual issuing of CCW permits. Remember, da police are not there to legally protect YOU, their ONLY legal function is to uphold and enforce the laws on the books. The first line of your defense is you. Until the sheeple rise up and demand the right to adequate self-defense this crap will continue.

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    • Burnt Toast says:

      Drivel

      Get paid by the hour or the post; or do you do it for love?

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  2. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    This is just what Obama (and the rest of his crew) wanted a black White race war in America. Otherwise the would not be doing what they are doing with George Soros’ money and the resources of the entire Federal Government.

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  3. czarowniczy says:

    How did we deal with the problems of minority children being unable to compete in the school system? We dumbed the schools down. How do we deal with innercity thug crime? We decriminalize the crimes. It’s all social engineering and we’re getting run over by the train – they’ll fix that too.

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  4. VegasGuy says:

    “How do we deal with innercity thug crime?”

    Pretty simple…….Make that 911 call… State that …”I am being threatened by an unknown Black thug. I am ARMED & I Fear for my life….I require IMMEDIATE Police response…..”

    Then “protect” yourself prior to hanging up as you state emotionally…..”OH…He’s coming at me….”

    #SlugsForThugs……..

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    • What language was Capt. Milillo speaking? I couldn’t understand a word!

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      • Justice_099 says:

        The language is, “I got a camera in my face asking me uncomfortable questions about something I don’t want to talk about so I am going to use a bunch of words that sound like I am doing something, but I’m not really committing to doing anything because I won’t admit what the real problem is.”

        IWO, a whole lot of nothing.

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      • Col.(R) Ken says:

        In the southeastern part of the Commonwealth, the language is a blend of New York ees, New Jersey ees. Philadelphia City/County is a stain. South Philly was, many years ago by controlled the Italian crowd, Dick Clark early days of rock an roll. The Italians took care of the neighborhood. White flight has been on going for more than 30 years into the neighboring counties. It’s the asshole of the state. The corruption from the County officials through City officials is endless. Voter fraud, remember 2012 elections, all City wards voted 110% for Obola. It’s a shame, I must warn you, do not visit this City, stay away, bypass go around, stay away.

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        • Col.(R) Ken says:

          It’s a black city, modeled after Detroit and Mayor Coleman.

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          • partyzantski says:

            Col.(R)Ken,

            Its location adjacent to Interstate 95, proximity to Baltimore and the never-ending swamp of inhumanity that are Trenton and Newark make Killadelphia a top contender for civil unrest, rioting and mayhem.

            Consider if you will the newsmaker possibilities inherent in any East Coast city going full feral, replete with flames, atrocity and real Old-Testament stuff. It all happens on live newscasts and happens early enough in the day so that the rest of the country gets to absorb it throughout the day. There are reasons that the East Coast is “better situated” to be the recipient of this.

            The population density ensures that the number of (for lack of a better term) military age males (call it 17-50) that can participate is astounding.

            Consider if you will that Philadelphia has 1.5 Million (rounded off for simplicity) people. Census says 44% are “Black”. That is 660k Blacks inside Philadelphia alone. Half that would statistically be male, so 330k… look at the age distribution, skewed left for a younger population… call it 200k.

            Any percentage over the normal criminal background noise will break that city, and all others around it. The criminal justice system will not be able to process them fast enough, nor house them. Therein lies the built in incentive for them to go all-in. The more involved, the less individual risk to any “participants”.

            I use Killadelphia as an example. This logic applies to any city with any notable population of built in malcontents. Americans and the Apparatchiks alike are compelled to understand the strategic impact of such mass “rascality”.

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            • partyzantski says:

              Comment, Part deux:

              The dynamics of this if it gets going are difficult to predict. My analysis of the situation is that select inner urban cores will suffer and be reduced first. The chaos does not directly translate to mass destruction of suburbs due to different population densities and general lack of transit. Police & Fire are also more dispersed the further from urban cores it happens, so it is a “wild card”.

              With coordination and planning, the chaos could be visited upon select suburbs. Think of it as an inverse square law, but of insurrectionists. They would lack focus, unless given that focus by higher headquarters.

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  5. Josh says:

    Kudos to this group for banding together. It is what must be done.

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  6. Rurik says:

    Would it be raycisss to speculate about the ethnicity of the 911 dispatchers? I know it would be raycisss to physically defend yourself or others against this four thugettes.

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    • Kitty Smith says:

      People need to start substituting the word “racist” with “realist”.

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      • nimrodman says:

        Not necessarily, and not always (although I get your meaning).

        There are plenty of black racists out there for which one would be calling a spade a spade.

        Black racism is out of control in the US.

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    • partyzantski says:

      Rurik,
      My own journey on this has reached the point where the dispatchers may be a symptom and not a root cause. I consider such to be the festering buboes that result from the infected flea bite. We as a nation must go beyond putting on fresh gauze pads and doing palliative care by recognizing the larger (yet somehow smaller) issue of the political infection. All else is mere symptom. America is at that 4th turning.
      http://www.lifecourse.com/about/method/the-four-turnings.html

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      • Rurik says:

        I quite agree they are symptom rather than root cause. But in turn they can be a cause of further problems, as the whole system swirls down the drain. The logic of events and further results takes over. If law protection is withdrawn, vigilante justice will eventually fill the vacuum. I am surprised one or more of the Thugettes has not already been “taken out” unofficially.

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  7. texan59 says:

    I don’t know what the gun laws are in and around Philly, but I sure hope they have a Castle Doctrine law. IYKWIMAITYD.

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  8. chiavarm says:

    Grew up in Philly, back in the 70’s. There were racial problems back then, but when you grow up in that environment you see it as normal. You just did not go into certain neighborhoods. If you did you got what you deserved. It was seen as your fault, you should have known better. It is strange that I did not see it back then.

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    • Before we even knew each other, my DDH, an EE grad student and total wuss, told me he went into a Black bar in Oakland, Calif. to get his at-the-time Korean girl friend out. Nobody laid a finger on him.
      I’m guessing that his demeanor said “I don’t take no sh*t: and telegraphed that there would be major inflicted on anyone attempting to test that. He learned that “demeanor” in the mean streets of Troy NY back in his youth.
      ‘Course that was in the peaceful year of 1960. 😉

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      • Oops – major damage…
        demeanor – think Clint Eastwood or Liam Neeson

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      • Very true. That’s exactly how predators identify their prey. Act weak, look weak, become prey. (The term “victim” used to have some real meaning and was much different from today’s self-proclaimed offended whiners.) Predators have a radar. They won’t engage an equal force unless they have backup. These days, they always do, it seems.

        It’s time the white population realized that when the Ferguson rioters said “Whose streets? OUR streets” they didn’t just mean the ones in the hood, but any street they’re on. Time to pitch that Normalcy Bias. It can get you hurt anywhere these days, and hurt bad.

        A demeanor that says “I might go down but I’m going to cause some REAL DAMAGE on the way” sure does not project “kick me” to predatory types. Situational awareness, a means of self-defense and a willingness to make an aggressor bleed is a good place to start.

        Obama would have us all wear yellow kickme signs in lieu of yellow stars. That’s not the American Way.

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      • Rurik says:

        Yes, Call it “the power of positive bluffing”. Back in the mid-1970s, on a couple occasions I found myself having to hoof it out of Harlem after dark (and nothing to carry). Stride purposefully and confidently, trying to look as if you just might be carrying, and predators may decide not to take the chance; of course I was also still young in those days. Confident assertiveness counts for much.

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        • Oh, well, now that you mention it, I did something like that myself. Was in SF walking on So Market St. to the War Memorial Opera House in early evening. EVERYTHING was out on the sidewalks that night. I adopted my MIL’s stance as described by Rurik above, plus clenched fists. Then, I took the extra precaution of walking just behind a mixed-race group of guys – young and tough. No problem! Was not young either.

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    • 2x4x8 says:

      Frank Rizzo kicked @ss, how many big city mayor’s background included being a police officer and commisioner?

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  9. FlatFoot says:

    Hindsight is 20/20.

    What do ya wanna bet that under this current Imperial Presidency that certain degenerate miscreants working within elements of our current government employing executive fiat are intentionally dividing races, spinning up the segregated classes and endeavoring to gin up a race war so that Barack Hussein Obama can and will get a “3rd term” via declaring a National State of Emergency invoking executive order(s), Martial Law and the Insurrection Act (among other potential applicable laws and acts)…?

    I’d certainly be tempted to bet the farm on it.

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    • Kitty Smith says:

      It is not logistically possible to declare martial law nation-wide.

      I think 0-bama’s plan is far more reaching than the short-term glory of what you suggest. What he wants to do is change the balance of power between blacks and whites, with blacks in the catbird seat in perpetuity sitting as the “controlling legal authority” of the division of resources.

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      • Rurik says:

        New Zimbabwe. It is not just the objective numbers that matters, but the issue of fear and dominance, that is what determines power. Under Apartheid the Whites ruled South Africa with only about ten percent of the population so long as the Blacks acquiesced. Pretty much the same story in most of the other African colonies. I believe the ration of Spartiates to Helots was similar. So American Blacks can dominate with White assistance and collaboration, if we acquiesce.

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  10. Kitty Smith says:

    Could nobody have gotten photos or video of the thuggettes or the injuries they’ve caused?

    I’d like to see some more meat on the bones of this story besides anecdotal complaints. It’s not that I doubt the truth – far from it. I would like to see cold, hard proof to shout from the rooftops, as in viral videos and complaints filed directly to the police commissioner (with media escorts 🙂 )as well as to the state AG’s office. Then I’d like to see civil rights complaints filed with the feds and copies printed in the media and online.

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    • Col.(R) Ken says:

      The state AG is a corrupt Demo, this is one of her power bases. When She comes to Philly, her bodyguard is doubled.

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      • Kitty Smith says:

        I believe you, but that isn’t the point. The point would be to put this in the media’s face over and over with grievance and complaint filings to the governmental agencies ignoring the victims.

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  11. freepetta says:

    We are on our way to a race war, not forced by the citizens but caused and executed by politicians.

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  12. Daniel says:

    I think it will be revealed these women are being protected by someone for some reason.

    This exceeds my expectations of how political correctness may have some affect or role in any of this. But it is good that there is some push-back on the subject of black racially motivated, politically enabled attacks on white people.

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  13. partyzantski says:

    This will accelerate… small units of ethnic agitators seeing just how far they can push it in a given area. Seems like they have found the region of the upper limit. Expect this tactic, technique, procedure (TTP) to be used more often in exposing how ripe an area is for ethnic cleansing through physical assault & lawfare.

    One may consider the location of cities involved with the problems.

    Consider that Baltimore, NYC, Killadelphia and the wastelands of NJ are all in close proximity. All have surging crime with ethnic impetus. They all are on or are adjacent to Route 95, an interstate. If all of these “blow” this summer, it has the potential to overwhelm all local ability to control it and will be a de facto Federalization of the problem.

    It is the Hegelian dialectic.

    If isolated places “blow”, then reinforcements can converge. When a region ignites, it makes the problem very difficult. Consider the interior lines of communication enjoyed by the DOJ sponsored hooligan wrecking crews vs the exterior lines by state forces. That, and the state forces don’t know the federal regime game plan. The HQ has aligned itself with the street, leaving the police and state governments holding the bag. The Regime will make sure that it plays out that way.

    If I were a state Governor or State Police Commissioner/Commander/County Sherriff, I would have to consider the necessity of monitoring not only the hooligan tools used as street muscle, but also monitor the Federal Regime for indications & warnings regarding the actions they are taking.

    Think this is off base? Then it appears that you have not been paying attention. The answer is simple, but tedious… monitor, log, take notes, make the connections.

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    • Col.(R) Ken says:

      Yes, I concur, all we need now, or in six months, anytime is the tigger.

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      • partyzantski says:

        Col.(R)Ken, I know it brings no joy to any of us, but the powder train to that charge has been lit. Baltimore, Cleveland (especially Cleveland… why oh why did the GOP choose Cleveland???), NYC… Memphis, Cincinnati… all these places are going to get interesting, some more than others. Places like Montgomery, Alabama and Atlanta are going to be special cases.

        The timing of these events will best serve the needs of the Regime for the 2016 so-called “elections”. July 18-21, 2016 will see a spike of madness, epicenter Cleveland. They are going to go all-in up to November.

        The minions of hell in the Regime’s pay are (have been) going full Focoist after the example of their idol, Che Guevara. They continue to make his same errors, as they cannot help BUT to do the same. Americans, pay attention and take notes. Know who is who, and what is what.

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    • Yes. Never let a crisis go to waste. If there are not crises sufficient to the task, create some. Our State/Local officials don’t stand a chance using SOPs because it’s going to be the Feds waging guerilla warfare by proxy. Then it will be Hegelian Dialect, absolutely.

      Unfortunately, the Dem S/L officials will follow blindly; no critical thinking. Other S/L officials will acquiesce because of potential repercussions based on what they’ve heard is coming their way if they don’t play. Our sheriff is a staunch Obama adorer and would love to climb through the political ranks, trust me.

      It’s way past the time this could do anything but end badly. The flash fire will turn wild fire in a heartbeat.

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    • nimrodman says:

      partyzanski said: “If isolated places “blow”, then reinforcements can converge.”

      Yeah, but it does little good if reinforcements converge and then continue on with hands-off rules of engagement (allow “space” for those who wish to destroy).

      Calling out the National Guard is a feel-good step but unless there gets to be a shoot-on-sight phase per rioters and looting, we’ll just get more surprise – rioting and looting.

      Things quieted down in Baltimore the 2nd night, but was it more because of the National Guard being present or more because they’d already had their night of fun the night before?

      National Guard didn’t do much good in Ferguson because they were positioned to guard monuments and gov’t buildings and were not deployed to engage rioters and looters.

      It all depends how you use the tool at hand.

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    • Rurik says:

      EXSCTLY, Sir! This is why I ponder the possibility that in the Waco Event, both the bikers and the Waco PD may have been set up by an infiltrator seeking to provoke exactly what happened. You discredit local police and justice establishment, and at the same time get a bunch of patriotic bikers killed. From a regime perspective, what’s not to like?

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  14. Justice_099 says:

    Well, now those 4 will be getting backup, even from out of state. Watch for it.

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  15. archer52 says:

    and under the federal rules and policies, people of different races and backgrounds will be treated differently. Or they will fire, fine, arrest and jail the cops.

    I’m ready. Just got back from watching Mad Max. If the wheels of society come off, I’m getting in the big rig!

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    • Kitty Smith says:

      Two words: South Africa

      THAT is what o-bama and the BGI are seeking. Of course it starts with neutering the police, the courts and the prisons.

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  16. Millwright says:

    What do you expect from a city that elects a Mayor named Nutter ? I suspect those four b**ches will meet with accidents in the near future. Or someone busts some caps and the neighbors “didn’t hear nuffin’.

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  17. jason says:

    The philly police Commissioner is front and center in Obama’s push and guidelines for 21st century policing. This is what he wants all local PDs too look like.

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/12/18/fact-sheet-task-force-21st-century-policing

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  18. perfect beast says:

    These women need to watch the vid of how a McDonalds employee reacted to an attack by 2 irate, drunk. black women. If they follow his lead—problem solved.

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  19. This is the thugs last hurrah. If they don’t know it, they will. Jim Kenny, Irishman and union man will be the next mayor of Philadelphia come November 2015. Don’t know if the police commissioner will work for him or not, but it will be a new day for those who think they can hassle the whites in South Philly without a price to pay for it.

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  20. Anonymous says:

    Rocky , A guy that had a flower stand — building actually–for 30 years in a town outside Boston told me an interesting story.

    He had grown up on the mean streets of south Boston and after he and a friend started stealing from Irish or Italian mafia numbers runners the cops came to him and told him he was on a hit list. He was a teen. So he quit Southie for a community outside Boston.

    Starts a flower business

    He and his wife work the freestanding flower store that was once a gas station

    He happens to be the nicest guy and I love talking to him about the old days in Southie living in cold water flats and bathing in public bath houses once a week as a kid

    He is older now and his diabetes is slowing him down.

    Fast forward to 2012 and he is being harassed by local skateboarders who take exception to his request to skate elsewhere during business hours.

    They love the old gas curbs for grinding but they keep coming during business hours

    They are scaring the customers etc. So they after he is gone for the day they start breaking his windows, cracking his flower pots etc. He complains to police nothing is done. He finds out where one kids lives and one sees a police car there. Turns out the kid and cop are related he finds out.

    Problems continue. Get worse. Calls cops again. Nothing is done. So he made a call to south Boston. Guy appears one day after hours outside the flower store. Asks real nice is they could skate elsewhere.

    Since there is five of them and one of him and he is not too big. They start to pound him. So he beats the everloving crap out of all five. Puts two in the hospital. Breaks bones, faces. Then he is gone never seen again. Cops drop by and ask Rocky does he know anything about it. Nope

    Case closed. Skateboarders never seen again. They knew that even though they had police protection. They were in danger.

    They knew it was Rocky but could never prove it.

    If the government that monopolizes the use of force does not do its job others will step in.

    By the way all the parties were white so……not racist.

    /sarc

    PS. Love this site. CT rocks. You are doing the Lord’s work.
    And that is saying a lot. Coming from from an atheist.

    Cheers.

    And keep up he good work. I am constantly amazed at the quality, content and volume you put out

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  21. BillDes says:

    Philly has to be in the top 5 right behind Detroit, Baltimore and Oakland in most dangerous cities in the country. South Philly has some crime and rough areas. North and West Philly are even worse and are pretty much war zones.

    The BGI’s attempt to neuter/emasculate the police will have reverberations across this country especially in the crime ridden ghettos barely holding on. If people think the ghettos used to be lawless, they should expect it to get worse as police become aware they are targets for BGI annihilation.

    If you’re white living anywhere close to a black ghetto. I feel very sorry for you. If you’re black living in a black ghetto, unless you’re a criminal it is only going to get worse for you.

    Thank you Sundance for keeping the fight against the BGI. The more they are exposed and marginalized the better it is for this country. Mob violence, riots and lynch mobs spurred on by a liberal media must be countered, because there is one thing I know for sure….appeasement and compromise will NOT work with the BGI. The more we empower them to lynch innocent people the stronger they will get.

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  22. OP says:

    Years ago (about 25) I was in Philly for a few days, was approached on the street, within about 10 feet of a police officer by a black punk who wanted to sell me drugs, I told him no, then went up to the cop and said 1 minute ago that dude just approached me and was offering to sell me drug…the black cop’s rely was, “did you buy any”, my reply, “no”, his reply “then we don’t have a problem”….

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