|Anti-Police Protests in NYC|
This latest gathering of left wing "equality" fighters is taking place days after a black man affiliated with the Garner/Brown/Trayvon anti-white cop movement ruthlessly gunned down two police officers while they sat in their car. The gunman said: "I'm putting wings on pigs today. They took one of ours and we take two of theirs." The one the police "took" was Eric Garner, a petty black criminal who died of heart problems after resisting arrest. The two "we" took were cops ruthlessly murdered in cold blood.
The protesters, however, don't care about the lives of white people nor the cops they want to "bring to justice" (ironically, both of the murdered cops were non-white).
The entire protest movement has become an embarrassment for the established liberals pushing cultural Marxist multiracialism in America. The longer it goes on the more average white Americans look in disgust at minority "civil rights."
Tonight, the protesters are attempting to shut down Fifth Avenue and disrupt the civil rights of thousands of commuters who have nothing to do with the deaths of criminal blacks. While trying to accomplish this, they chant obscene phrases like: "NYPD, KKK how many kids did you kill today?" and "How do you spell racist? N-Y-P-D." One of their banners reads: "Stop Racist Police Terror."
Police are being drawn away from patrolling crime ridden black slums in order to escort mobs of the spoiled diversity majors who supported the looting and burning of Ferguson, Missouri. While they escort them, they're being subjected to endless vitriol and hate. Does anyone believe America's cops aren't internalizing, at least subconsciously, the impression that minorities are whiners who hate them and have no concept of justice?
I personally know a sheriff deputy who a year ago supported multiracialism and decried my "racist" beliefs about blacks and diversity. A week ago, he told me he was coming close to accepting everything I'd been preaching. This turnaround was the result of what he'd seen in Ferguson and the preferential treatment blacks were receiving in his own department on account of his racist black boss.
Far from popularizing greater rights and protections for blacks, the protest riots have caused a backlash, and these incidents will not be quickly forgotten by white Americans. At the very least, it will instill in them the realization that race will never disappear. That racial problems will never heal.
The patience of white America is, no doubt, growing thin after 60 years of participating in the current multiracial experiment.
Far from advancing, blacks appear to be going backwards in material prosperity. Far from integrating, blacks have created a permanent underclass criminal element in cities across the country, and they blame whites for this problem.
The latest product of the anti-cop anti-white movement begun by the supporters of Trayvon Martin is the ruthless murder of two respectable cops who were simply doing their job. The shooter was a black man named Ismaaiyl Brinsley, the son of a black Muslim mother named Shakuwra Dabre who had recently immigrated to America.
The double murder was a total disaster for the left wing multicultural establishment. It brought to bare the negative results of immigration, multiracial integration, and religious diversity within a single horrible incident. It embodied the greatest fears of the white middle class: displacement by a violent Third World horde which cannot and will not integrate into American life.
Americans are slowly but surely becoming fed up with diversity, and the recent riots and protests across the country represent another arrow impaling the giant multicultural troll.
The establishment, which came of age in the 1960s, has pushed revolutionary change across America. In colleges and universities these men and women preach the doctrine of Marxism to their students and expect them to go fourth and push a leftist agenda for the coming utopian dream of diverse egalitarian community.
But, have they lost control? Have the students overstepped their mandate? Is it possible they're starting to push too far and too fast? Are they turning the nation and people away from their agenda and producing a powerful reactionary force not only fed up with the revolutionary status quo but also possessing the ammunition of 50 years of facts about the failure of racial and cultural integration?
At least the cultural revolutionaries of the 1960s could claim their social proposals hadn't been attempted before. Today, such a claim can't be made. Their dream has been tried, and it's been found wanting.
These recent protests and riots might be the beginning of the end for the 1960s utopian dream. A dream which was always impossible, fundamentally against God's design for human existence, and inevitably destined to implode upon itself.
[12/24/2014] The morning after I published the above post a story appeared on abcnews.com reporting a dramatic rise in pro-police sentiment across the country. This movement represents a conscious backlash against the anti-police protests I decried in the post.