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Racism in the NYPD

Posted: September 26, 2017 in -
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NYPD sued by black detectives who say less-qualified white officers promoted ahead of them
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Tarantino attended a protest in NYC:

“I’m a human being with a conscience… And if you believe there’s murder going on then you need to rise up and stand up against it. I’m here to say I’m on the side of the murdered.”

His attendance and comments didn’t sit well with a lot of people, especially Lynch.

“It’s no surprise that someone who makes a living glorifying crime and violence is a cop-hater, too… “The police officers that Quentin Tarantino calls ‘murderers’ aren’t living in one of his depraved big-screen fantasies — they’re risking and sometimes sacrificing their lives to protect communities from real crime and mayhem.”

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First Amendment canceled in NYC.

 

Testing chemicals on people without “informed consent” is a blatant violation of human rights.

Private mercenaries are also used to violate first amendment rights.

 

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The thug army who beat on the Occupy Wall Street Zuccotti Park encampment — in complete violation of their constitutional rights to assemble peacefully and speak out, all the while barking “STOP RESISTING,” WHACK, WHACK, KICK;  “STOP RESISTING,” POUND, ASSAULT, BATTERY — have hunted down the drone poster artist and locked him up.

Such bogus, bullshit “charges” as “criminal possession of a forged instrument” are being leveled against one of the city’s most important artistic voices in an attempt to silence the message and discourage others from lampooning the NYPD and its military occupation tactics.  This brand of laughable legalese attempting to criminalize speech should prompt lawsuits and wrongful arrest charges against those violating the right of the artist to parody the authorities.  Parody is a long-protected form of speech, and arbitrary attempts to label it a criminal act should not stand against the US Constitutional protections of same.

Already the New York Gulag is an emerging rights-free zone where “stop and frisk” searches are permitted by cops against the civilian population.  Numerous minority civilians report persistent harassment by New York’s paramilitary forces.

Here is an interview with the artist, “Essam” explaining his drone campaign:

Animal magazine article on Essam.

This is definitely a must-see doc:

 

The five black teenagers railroaded for the “Wilding” rape in Central Park have been mentioned here previously by Ishmael Reed:

With five million dollars, she invested in the film Precious, which was adapted from the book Push, written by Ramona Lofton, who goes by the pen name of Sapphire, after the emasculating shrew in “Amos and Andy,” a show created by white vaudevillians Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll.

(Ms. Lofton also knows a thing or two about marketing. Noticing the need for white New York feminists to use black men as the fall guys for world misogyny, while keeping silent about the misogyny of those who share their ethnic back-ground, she joined in on the lynching of five black and Hispanic boys, “who grew up in jail.” She made money, and became famous. They were innocent!)

…Her “remembering things,” and being inspired by two other profitable black incest products led Alfred Knopf to give her a $500,000 advance for two books one of which, entitled “American Dreams” included a poem called “Wild Thing,” which blamed the rape of a Central Park Jogger on black boys.

More in The Selling of Precious.

I was sent this video today, and both stories deserve some comment:

 

The fascist NYPD have been talked about extensively.  Here is another example of a criminal thug organization that can beat weaker members of the public with impunity.  The lawless culture of authoritarian abuse in NYC is a human rights issue that affects poor and minority populations, protesters, journalists, any democratic activists.

The second story concerns a very interesting mural on a wall in London.  More interesting still are the attitudes of the random passers-by (not the spokespeople).  Random people see a variety of things in the mural, which is quite impressive.  Too many, however, are completely accommodating to censorship, to the erasure of ideas one finds controversial.  The sheep like acceptance of censorship, and the city’s own crackdown on the mural, sending a letter demanding it be removed, mean that this art work will be removed most likely and this video record will be the only remnant of it.  Examine it for yourself.  Make your own mind up.  That’s what freedom of expression is about.

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Another excellent video on NYPD police brutality:

 

See COPWATCH.

Illegal quotas are used to force officers to harass the public and attempt to get their “numbers” up. Officers who don’t have the required amount of citations and arrests are retaliated against. This police force should be taken over and put under strict scrutiny.

Officers themselves speak out:

The Hunted and the Hated: An Inside Look at the NYPD’s Stop-and-Frisk Policy