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Cress Welsing: The Definition of Racism White Supremacy

Dr. Blynd: The Definition of Racism

Anon: What is Racism/White Supremacy?

Dr. Bobby Wright: The Psychopathic Racial Personality

The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy)

What is the First Step in Counter Racism?

Genocide: a system of white survival

The Creation of the Negro

The Mysteries of Melanin

'Racism is a behavioral system for survival'

Fear of annihilation drives white racism

Dr. Blynd: The Definition of Caucasian

Where are all the Black Jurors? 

The War Against Black Males: Black on Black Violence Caused by White Supremacy/Racism

Brazen Police Officers and the Forfeiture of Freedom

White Domination, Black Criminality

Fear of a Colored Planet Fuels Racism: Global White Population Shrinking, Less than 10%

Race is Not Real but Racism is

The True Size of Africa

What is a Nigger? 

MLK and Imaginary Freedom: Chains, Plantations, Segregation, No Longer Necessary ['Our Condition is Getting Worse']

Chomsky on "Reserving the Right to Bomb Niggers." 

A Goal of the Media is to Make White Dominance and Control Over Everything Seem Natural

Spike Lee's Mike Tyson and Don King

"Zapsters" - Keeping what real? "Non-white People are Actors. The Most Unrealistic People on the Planet"

Black Power in a White Supremacy System

Neely Fuller Jr.: "If you don't understand racism/white supremacy, everything else that you think you understand will only confuse you"

The Image and the Christian Concept of God as a White Man

'In order for this system to work, We have to feel most free and independent when we are most enslaved, in fact we have to take our enslavement as the ultimate sign of freedom'

Why do White Americans need to criminalize significant segments of the African American population?

Who Told You that you were Black or Latino or Hispanic or Asian? White People Did

Malcolm X: "We Have a Common Enemy"

Deeper than Atlantis

NYPD Cops Enter Housing Project with 9mm Guns Drawn on "Routine Check" - Fatally Shoot Unarmed Black Man - then Offered No Medical Assistance 

" They didn’t identify themselves at all. They just shot.” From [HERE] A rookie NYPD officer “accidentally” shot and killed an unarmed African-American man in a staircase in a New York apartment block. It happened as Ferguson is tensely waiting for a grand jury decision on a police officer who shot Michael Brown.

Akai Gurley, 28, and his girlfriend Melissa Butler were entering a staircase on the seventh floor in Pink House project in Brooklyn late Thursday evening when two policemen came down from the eighth floor. Peter Liang and his partner, Shaun Landau were doing a top-to-bottom patrol. Liang, a rookie on probationary assignment, fired a shot in Gurley’s chest without a warning, Butler said.

“They didn’t present themselves or nothing and shot him,” Butler told DNAinfo New York. “As soon as he came in, the police opened the [door to the] eighth-floor staircase. They didn’t identify themselves at all. They just shot.”

Gurley and Butler tried to go down the stairs but reached only the fifth floor where Gurley lost consciousness. There a neighbor called an ambulance. Butler says the policemen did not come to help nor called the ambulance. Gurley, who has a 2-year-old son, was pronounced dead on arrival to hospital.

The New York police commissioner, William J. Bratton, announced that the shooting was accidental and that the victim, Akai Gurley, had done nothing to provoke a confrontation with the officers.

The episode promised to bring scrutiny to a longtime police practice of officers drawing their weapons when patrolling stairwells in housing projects. The shooting occurred in the Louis H. Pink Houses in the East New York neighborhood.

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Racial gap in U.S. arrest rates: 'Staggering disparity' Caused by White Supremacy/Racism

The USA Today observes that Blacks are far more likely to be arrested than any other racial group in the USA. Then the white publication goes on to deceive and decontextualize reality; pretending to not know what is the cause of this obvious disparity. Racism/White Supremacy.

There is a war going on right now against Black people.  A major goal of the white supremacy system is the greater confinement of large numbers of non-white people. According to Neely Fuller, racist white people make certain that non-white people exist under conditions that will most likely cause them to do things that give the Racists an "excuse" to put them in Greater Confinement." 

From [HERE] When it comes to racially lopsided arrests, the most remarkable thing about Ferguson, Mo., might be just how ordinary it is.

Police in Ferguson — which erupted into days of racially charged unrest after a white officer killed an unarmed black teen — arrest black people at a rate nearly three times higher than people of other races.

At least 1,581 other police departments across the USA arrest black people at rates even more skewed than in Ferguson, a USA TODAY analysis of arrest records shows. That includes departments in cities as large and diverse as Chicago and San Francisco and in the suburbs that encircle St. Louis, New York and Detroit.

Those disparities are easier to measure than they are to explain. They could be a reflection of biased policing; they could just as easily be a byproduct of the vast economic and educational gaps that persist across much of the USA — factors closely tied to crime rates. In other words, experts said, the fact that such disparities exist does little to explain their causes.

At least 70 departments scattered from Connecticut to California arrested black people at a rate 10 times higher than people who are not black, USA TODAY found.


Hamden Settles case: White Cop Repeatedly Punched Handcuffed Black Man in his Eye after Interrogation at Bus Stop. Cop said, "You people should be used to walking without shoes, get out of the vehicle!" 

From [HERE] A Black man who sued Hamden and several white police officers for $2.5 million, after he was beaten severely and subjected to a racial insult during his arrest in 2010 settled for $60,000.

Anthony Randolph, who is black, filed the civil rights lawsuit in U.S. District Court in July against Hamden, police Officers Timothy Brown (racist suspect in photo) and Jennifer Gaynor, Sgt. Michael Sigmon and Capt. Ronald Smith.

The lawsuit was from an incident Aug. 24, 2010. Randolph was standing on Mix Avenue, waiting to take the late night bus after working at a nearby restaurant, according to the lawsuit.

It alleges a police cruiser approached him, with two white officers instructing him not to move and interrogating him about his whereabouts in the preceding hours. When Randolph said he had been working and was now headed home, Brown "physically grabbed the plaintiff by his arm, pushed him onto the hood of the cruiser and handcuffed both arms behind the plaintiff's back," the lawsuit states.

Police searched Randolph's body, removed his sneakers, put him in the cruiser and drove to the police department, according to the lawsuit. It claims Randolph was ordered to step out of the cruiser, and Randolph asked for his sneakers back because the pavement was wet due to prior rain.

It claims Brown said, "You people should be used to walking without shoes, get out of the vehicle!" and that the comment prompted laughter from Sigmon and Gaynor.

"The plaintiff was embarrassed and offended by the officers' comment and conduct," the lawsuit states.

Brown then forcibly pulled Randolph out of the cruiser, causing his handcuffs to tighten and hurt him. The lawsuit says Randolph "spat at" Brown "out of a feeling of disgust, humiliation and frustration caused by the comments and ridicule of Officer Brown and the other officers."

The lawsuit claims Brown then repeatedly punched Randolph in the eye, while Randolph was handcuffed, in the presence of Sigmon and Gaynor. Randolph fell facedown on the pavement from the force of the punches, and began bleeding profusely, according to the lawsuit.

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During a Police "Welfare Check" Gang of White Allentown Cops Attack Latino Man Sitting on Steps Waiting for Bus

The Psychopathic Racial Personality From [HERE] Florencio Vazquez Jr. was waiting for a bus on the steps of a corner store at Sixth and Tilghman streets in the summer when white Allentown police officer Andrew Holveck approached him.

Holveck claimed that he was concerned that Vazquez was intoxicated to a degree that he was a danger to himself and others, the officer wrote in court papers, and began to ask him questions. In the video Vazquez appears to be quietly sitting on the steps of a house.

What should have been a routine check by Holveck quickly escalated into a violent arrest that left Vazquez with bruises and scrapes across his face and hands and psychological trauma, Vazquez alleges in an excessive force lawsuit filed against Allentown and Holveck in U.S. District Court.

Allentown police surveillance video of the July 26 arrest released by Vazquez's attorney, Richard J. Orloski, shows the officer reacting as Vazquez slowly reaches into his right pocket for a cigarette. Holveck grabs Vazquez by the wrist and pulls him from the steps to the sidewalk behind a trash bin, which obscures the camera's view of all but Vazquez's right leg.

Then, two unidentified white police officers approach "to assist" Holveck in the arrest. One of the officers bends over behind the trash can and throws three punches toward Vazquez on the ground. With each punch, the unidentified officer's arm and elbow are seen popping up from behind the trash bin. Five officers, in all, responded to the scene.

Vazquez, 28, of the 500 block of North Penn Street in Allentown, was treated for his injuries, including a black eye and bruises to the left side of his face, at Sacred Heart Hospital.

He pleaded guilty last month to disorderly conduct and was sentenced to six months of probation. Charges of resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and prowling were withdrawn, court records show.

Orloski said Tuesday he trying to find witnesses to this crime. 

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District Heights Cop who Paralyzed & Shot Handcuffed Black Man in the Back Sentenced to 5 years [no grand jury necessary for Black cops]

Black on Black Violence in Support of White Domination. From [HERE] A Maryland police officer who shot and paralyzed a handcuffed man fleeing his custody was sentenced to five years in prison, Prince George’s County prosecutors said Thursday.

Johnnie Riley, formerly an officer on the municipal District Heights Police Department, received the five-year sentence after he was convicted of first- and second-degree assault and misconduct in office for the 2012 shooting.

Riley had initially faced the more severe charges of attempted first- and second-degree murder, but Prince George’s County Circuit Court Judge Hassan El-Amin threw out the attempted first-degree murder charge and a jury acquitted him of attempted second-degree murder.

The charges stemmed from a traffic stop in 2012, in which Riley pulled over motorcycle driver Kalvin Kyle because the bike he was riding had been reported stolen. Riley handcuffed Mr. Kyle and placed him in the back of his police cruiser. Somehow, Mr. Kyle escaped from the back of the cruiser and began to run away.

Riley opened fire, shooting Mr. Kyle in the back and paralyzing him from the waist down. Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks was dissatisfied with  the sentence.


Undercover Miami Cops Handcuffed, Detained Blind Black Man then Released him in the Middle of Nowhere - Arrested for Standing Near Marijuana


Overseer NYPD Cops Charged with Assault for Beating & Hitting Defenseless Black Teen in the Face with a Gun during Violent Marijuana Arrest

From [HERE] and [HERE] "The video speaks for itself, doesn’t it?" Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson said Wednesday about a brief video recording that led to two New York Police Department cops being charged in connection to the pistol-whipping assault of a 16-year-old Black boy. The boy, who was arrested for marijuana possession, ended up with broken teeth and bruises.

The officers charged in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Wednesday are David Afanador, 33, and Tyrane Isaac, 36, both nine-year veterans.

Officer David Afanador was charged with felony assault and misdemeanor counts of criminal possession of a weapon and official misconduct and faces up to seven years in prison if convicted.  Officer Tyrane Isaac was charged with misdemeanor assault and official misconduct. If convicted, Isaac faces a significantly shorter prison term of one year behind bars. 

"By beating a 16-year old boy with their gun and fist after he raised his hands apparently to surrender, these police officers not only violated his rights but also trampled on their sworn oath to serve, protect and uphold the law,” D.A. Kenneth Thompson said in a released statement.

The 82-second video of the teen's August 29 beating was captured by a local Crown Heights business. The tape shows the boy running before eventually stopping and raising his hands, after which he is pummeled and taken to the ground.

The footage captured via surveillance video shows Kahreem Tribble apprehended by police after a chase in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Aug. 29. It is unclear what transpired between the police and Tribble, but an officer is clearly seen punching Tribble in the face. It does not appear from the video that Tribble had a weapon. After the initial punch by the officer, Tribble is then shown with his hands in the air retreating backward and eventually collapsing to the ground.  As the video progresses, two officers are seen attacking Tribble, who is on the ground, and one officer is seen putting his gun back into his waist holster.

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Camden Cops say Black Man Slipped, Fell & Broke his Own Neck: Lawyer Demands Release of Complete Video of Incident

From [HERE] A spokesman for Camden County issued the following statement on Ingram's allegations Friday night: "Today's theatrics were put on by a lawyer who know's she cannot win in the court of law so she is trying to manipulate public perception of this incident. The undeniable facts are that the officers were lawfully pursuing a suspect who was running away from them after attempting to hide a stolen gun. While running from the officers, Mr. Ingram fell causing his injuries. The undeniable facts are that the officers did not tackle Mr. Ingram, nor was any excessive force used when pursuing or arresting him. Because of Mr. Imgram's injury, the department asked the Camden County Prosecutor's Office to investigate the incident, and the prosecutor's office has already indicated that the evidence shows there was no misconduct by the officers. What occurred is an unfortunate accident that would have been prevented had Mr. Ingram not resisted arrest by running from officers."

The attorney representing a Black man claiming his neck was snapped under the feet of officers during a June 12 arrest is demanding the immediate release of the "full version" of police video footage documenting the incident.

Attorney Beth Baldinger, representing 21-year-old Camden resident Xavier Ingram, filed a lawsuit in September against the city and county of Camden, as well as the Camden County Police Department and several officers alleging police brutality resulting in paralysis. During a press conference in Camden Friday morning, she stated the Camden County Prosecutor's Office, which has been investigating the incident, has failed to respond to her requests to release the full video, or to give an update on their investigation.

"On the portion of the video we have, we see Ingram is on the ground during the arrest, lifeless and limp," said Baldinger. "He told officers, 'I can't feel my legs,' after they stomped on the back of his neck. Ingram actually heard his neck break, and felt excruciating pain."

The attorney said she expects the rest of the video to refute the official police statement of the events, which is that officers stabilized Ingram and alerted EMTs. Baldinger said she has eyewitness testimony claiming officers instead "forcibly moved" Ingram after the arrest, and later sat him up while "his head and neck dangled."

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Syracuse Citizen Review Board says Cops Acted "improperly" when they Attacked Black Man in his Own Home after he Called 911 

From [HERE] The Citizen Review Board told Alonzo Grant they found two officers used excessive force and arrested him improperly. They then tried to cover up what happened. 

Police arrested Grant in June after he called for help involving a dispute between his daughter and a neighbor. The charges (resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and harassment ) against him have since been dropped. Now he's suing the City of Syracuse for police brutality and then lying about their conduct in police reports. 

Due to being struck repeatedly by officers, Grant, a Black man suffered a broken nose, concussion, split lip, cut on his eye, a twisted arm, numerous cuts and serious post-concussive syndrome, including nightmares flashbacks and fear of the police department, his claim stated. His attorney, Charles Bonner also said Grant also suffered brain damage. 

The incident started after Grant called police to report an argument between his daughter and a neighbor in the front yard. But when officers arrived, the dispute had ended.

An officer ordered Grant out of his house to talk to another officer. As he left, Grant opened (prosecutors say "punched") the screen door. That appeared to trigger officers to bring Grant under arrest (breaking his own screen?). "Almost immediately following Mr. Grant's action, the police decided to arrest for him disorderly conduct," the DA's office stated.

According to his attorney, Charles Bonner, Grant started walking down his front steps, an officer behind him violently, without warning, charged Mr.. Grant from behind and flung him viciously across his wrought iron railing face down to the ground.  He says the second officer put on his black leather gloves, dropping his knees on Mr.. Grant's back.  During the scuffle, Bonner claims one of the officers held Grant in a choke hold, pulled back his arm and struck him repeatedly in the face. [MORE]

In July Black college student, Elijah Johnson, 20, said white Syracuse cops beat him and used racial slurs against him during a wrongful arrest after a party. [MORE] and [MORE]

"It’s clear that he and his family have suffered a great injustice and I think it's time for the mayor and the police chief to recognize that and at the very least implement the recommendations of the CRB,” says Jesse Ryder, Grant’s attorney.

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against St. Louis: White Cops Blast (12 times) Black Man Holding Steak Knife at his Side after Shoplifting Junk Food from Store

From [HERE] and [HERE] Legal representatives of the family of Kajieme Powell say they filed a lawsuit seeking financial damages Friday. The 25-year-old was shot and killed by two St. Louis Metropolitan Police officers in August.

The defendants in the suit are the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and the two officers involved in the shooting.

Powell was shot outside a convenience store in St. Louis. Powell was shot after police responded to a report of shoplifting. Witnesses have said that Powell left the store after refusing to pay for soft drinks and doughnuts. The young black man walks into a convenience store, shoplifts a few dollars worth of junk food, walks out to the street, puts two sodas down on the sidewalk and gets a little loud, as if to say, “There, I just shoplifted, now what’re you going to do? Shoot me?”

When two white officers from the St. Louis city police pulled up in a squad car and got out, guns drawn, Powell yells at them, “Shoot me now. Kill me now.” Powell refused to drop a small knife he was carrying.  In about 15 seconds, the two responding officers start shooting at Powell (six shots each, according to reports), killing him.

White supremacy is carried out through deception and/or violence. Racist cops lie all day, everyday.  

The original police account of this incident which was released before the video came out said that Powell had a knife and that, before he was shot, he came at the officers with the knife raised in an "overhand grip.” There are two videos of the incident an amateur video and a police released the camera-phone recording

St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson, racist suspect in video above, said that both of the officers opened fire on Powell when he came within a three or four feet of them holding a knife "in an overhand grip."

But the video undermines the statement, showing Powell approaching the cops, but not coming as close as was reported, with his hands at his side. The officers began shooting within 15 seconds of their arrival, hitting Powell with a barrage of bullets. After he is shot to death the cops handcuffed him. 

The white media has already begun to shade out the details. Portraying the white officers as being in imminent danger of being stabbed to death. On Friday, KPLR and KTVI reported that Powell had "robbed a convenience store." A clearly inaccurate statement b/c he allegedly shoplifted a donut and two soft drinks and no allegation was made that he did so by force. Also, Powell had a mere steak knife in his hand, which by definition is not sharp or a deadly weapon. No pictures of the alleged knife have been published by the media and the small knife is not visible on video. Was the steak knife a plastic knife from the convenience store? This is obvious white propaganda to support the decisions of the white cops and thereby justify his homicide

Jermaine Wooten is the Powell family’s attorney. He says the family wants answers from the police.

“They haven’t gotten any justice and answers from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. They’ve refused to event sit down and even converse about this case, so the only way this family can get that justice is through some sort of financial judgment against this department.”

To the extent that you might be dealing with a racist cop, you should comply with their orders. A racist cop wants you to ignore his commands, respond to his provocation and/or fall victim to your own emotion. For what purpose? To place you in greater confinement (arrest & charge), injure you or lawfully execute you. 

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New Short Film #AmeriCAN Shows Racist Cops are Victims of their own Anger, Ignorance and Fear

#AmeriCAN is a short movie directed by Nate Parker about a racist suspect cop and the suffering he causes. Karma or the law of cause and effect is a MF. 


Settlement Reached in Deliberate Death of Black Man: White Satsuma (AL) Cop Intentionally Ran Over Black Man with Cop Car at Full Speed

From [HERE] Lawyers for a psychopathic white Satsuma police officer reached an out-of-court settlement Friday with attorneys for the brother of a Black man whom the officer intentionally ran over after a high-speed chase six years ago.

The brother of Jermaine Gaillard had sued Sam Commins on behalf of the estate, accusing him of wrongful-death and a federal civil rights violation in July 2008. That case was set to begin Tuesday in U.S. District Court. But an entry in the case file indicates that attorneys filed a confidential settlement agreement at a pretrial conference on Friday.

According to court records, Gaillard was a passenger in a Dodge Charger driven by Hillary Bernard Baldwin, who led law enforcement officers on a chase that exceeded 100 mph. Police claim Baldwin sped away after a Baldwin County sheriff's deputy attempted to question him about whether he was carrying drugs.

Mobile County sheriff's deputies placed a spike strip along Bay Bridge Road off of Interstate 165 in Prichard, stopping the car.

That's when Baldwin and Gaillard bailed and took off running. A dashboard camera in Commins' squad car showed the vehicle turning right over a grassy median and then shifting left when the two men ran across the road. The squad car then struck Gaillard, running him over, killing him. The car appears to accelerate when Galliard comes into view. At any rate the white cop apparently made no effort to slow down and hit him while moving at a high speed.

The officer maintained that he struck Gailliard accidentally. An expert witness was going to testify about hearing the officer's patrol car accelerate before striking Gaillard. 


Boston Police Data Shows Widespread Racial Bias in Street Encounters with Civilians


Boston Police Department (BPD) officers have engaged in widespread racially biased street encounters with civilians, according to a study of four years of BPD police-civilian encounter records summarized in a report released today by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and ACLU of Massachusetts.

"This data from the Boston Police Department is clear and compelling: Boston needs to adopt reforms to ensure fair and effective policing," said Carol Rose, executive director of the ACLU of Massachusetts.

The findings confirm what many people have long suspected: Boston police officers targeted both communities of color and people of color at far greater rates than white communities or white people.

Preliminary analysis by a BPD-selected researcher of more than 204,000 department reports of police-civilian encounters from 2007 to 2010 found that blacks were subjected to 63 percent of these encounters, even though they made up just 24 percent of Boston's population. The analysis also showed that crime--whether measured by neighborhood crime rates, arrest records, or alleged gang membership of people subjected to police encounters--cannot justify or explain away the evidence of racial bias.

"These findings are clear evidence of racial bias in BPD policing," said Matthew Segal, legal director at the ACLU of Massachusetts. "This practice contradicts the principle of equal protection under the law, which is guaranteed by both the U.S. and Massachusetts Constitutions. We hope that we can work collaboratively with the BPD to address this problem."

The preliminary analysis--which was shared with the BPD, the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, and the national ACLU--suggests that thousands of black Bostonians were observed, stopped, interrogated, frisked, or searched because of their race. Key preliminary findings, all of which control for non-race factors, include the following:

  • Young black men were more likely than young white men to be targeted for police-civilian encounters such as stops, frisks, searches, observations, and interrogations.
  • When police-civilian encounters occurred, young black men were more likely than young white men to be frisked or searched.
  • Young black men were more likely to be targeted for repeat police-civilian encounters.

The data also show that, for Bostonians of all races, the BPD has failed to ensure that police-civilian encounters comply with constitutional protections against unreasonable searches and seizures.

To "stop" someone, a police officer must have an individualized and objectively reasonable suspicion that a person is involved in a crime. The Boston reports showed, instead, that in three-quarters of all police-civilian encounters, the officer's stated reason for initiating the encounter was simply "investigate person."

"'Investigate person' cannot provide a constitutionally permissible reason for stopping or frisking someone," said Segal. "It only describes what the officer decided to do. It basically means: ‘because I said so'."

Finally, the BPD has not shown that its stop-and-frisk tactics were effective in fighting crime. According to Department officials, officers did not file reports when encounters resulted in arrest. And, for the 204,000-plus reports that were completed, only 2.5 percent indicate that an officer seized weapons, drugs, or other contraband.

"The Boston Police Department has not provided any documents showing that it has eradicated racially biased policing, or that it now ensures that its stops and frisks are justified, despite ACLU requests for this information," said Nusrat Choudhury, staff attorney with the national ACLU's Racial Justice Project. "Even if reported police encounters have declined since the high rates of 2007-2010, it does not mean that racial bias has gone down at all."


"Under the Influence of Fear": Confused Victim of White Supremacy tells White Cop 1) 'I am not a threat' and 2) 'this is not a police state' [both statements are False] 

From [HERE] and [HERE] Latino man Alejandro Natividad says he was unarmed when he began recording a white deputy in La Quinta, who then turned his service weapon on him last Sunday.

At about 4 p.m. Sunday, the deputy, whose name wasn't released, was driving south on Washington Street toward La Quinta when he spotted a Chrysler 300 blocking the middle lane near Avenue of the States. According to police, the deputy approached the car and found a disoriented, somewhat unresponsive driver. 

Natividad was a passenger. Both men were ordered out of the car and were ordered to the ground at gunpoint. Neither man made any movements toward the cop and the cop did not appear to be in any danger under the circumstances. They were not armed and no contraband was observed. The cop did not see Natividad commit any crimes and none had been reported in the area. There was no emergency present.

Natividad challenged police, saying he had done nothing wrong. He did not get on the ground as ordered. 

“We have no weapons. We are not a threat to you. Why are you pointing a gun at me? I am not a threat. I got out of the car and surrendered to you,” he’s heard saying in the video clip.

Natividad said he was threatened with a taser and baton and eventually cuffed and put in the back of the cruiser. He was later let free.

Natividad said, “I wasn’t under arrest the deputy even admits that I did nothing yet had a gun pointed at me. Where’s the logic in that? I was afraid and if I was going to get harmed I’d much rather take it standing than on my face.” [MORE]

In other words Natividad started tripping. Challenging white cops' authority, ignoring commands and then begging them for help or making an appeal to their humanity are ways to get yourself killed, injured or placed in greater confinement. This is not conduct intended for survival in a system of white supremacy. 

Like many victims of white supremacy he appeared to be overwhelmed by racism. He said, “I was scared. I was under the influence of fear, that’s it,” he said. In such a state it is almost impossible to make good decisions. Racism is powerful external phenomenon. One way to deal with racism, solve problems and overcome confusion is through mindfulness. You must have your mind together to deal with white cops.  

He is a Threat. Natividad was wrong, to many white people he is perceived as a threat - all non-white people are. White people are vastly outnumbered by non-whites on this planet and this causes them anxiety and fear. The world is 90% non-white and the white population is shrinking. Non-whites have something whites can never have; skin color. Many White people dislike this difference. White genes are genetic recessive. This means White genes or the so-called "white race" cannot be reproduced when mixed with non-white persons. White plus Black equals Colored. White plus Brown equals Colored. White plus Yellow equals Colored. As such, white people can be genetically annihilated through assimilation - this scares white people to death. 

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After Violent Arrest of Black Man outside MLK Public Library White DC Cop says 'this not a public place, stop recording.'