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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

"TV is reversing the evolution of the human brain." Propaganda: How You Are Being Mind Controlled And Don't Know It.

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

List of 300 LA Cops with Records of Theft, Domestic Violence & Excessive Force To Remain Secret [cops up public down]

From [HERE] Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department cannot reveal to prosecutors the names of 300 problem deputies who are potential witnesses in pending criminal cases, a California appeals court ruled Tuesday.

The Sheriff’s Department has created a list of 300 deputies with records of theft, domestic violence and use of excessive force, among other infractions. But the Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs opposed the department’s plan to release the names to prosecutors in pending criminal cases.

Because the deputies would have issues of credibility if subpoenaed, prosecutors would have to reveal to criminal defense lawyers that any deputy with an infraction could testify in court, the ACLU said after filing a friend of the court brief in March.

In November 2016, the deputies union petitioned to keep the names of the deputies on the list secret, saying disclosure would violate their privacy rights.

A trial court in Los Angeles sided with the union and issued an injunction barring disclosure of the names except for deputies who might be called to testify in criminal proceedings.

On Tuesday, Division Eight of the Second Appellate District found that the trial court had “improperly limited the scope of its injunction.”

“The trial court is ordered to strike from the injunction any language that allows real parties or any of them to disclose the identity of any individual deputy on the LASD’s Brady list to any individual or entity outside the LASD, even if the deputy is a witness in a pending criminal prosecution,” Appellate Judge Douglas Sortino wrote.


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Footage from Police Cameras w/o Accessibility to the Public is Nothing More Than Surveillance: Video Released in Kasha Ashford Case

From [HERE] Boosting police accountability in the Garden State, New Jersey’s highest court ordered the release Tuesday of dashboard footage that will shed light on the shooting of a man after a high-speed chase.

“Footage from police cameras without accessibility to the public is nothing more than surveillance,” Ed Barocas, legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union New Jersey, said in a statement. “Today, the New Jersey Supreme Court acknowledged the crucial role that transparency plays in holding police accountable.”

The ACLU-NJ got involved in the case filed years earlier by North Jersey Media Group, a publisher of newspapers including The Record of Bergen County.

Along with the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, the challengers sought access to dash-cam footage captured by New Jersey state troopers and municipal police while responding to a 911 call on Sept. 16, 2014, about an attempted car theft.

Police identified the suspect who drove away in a black SUV as Kashad Ashford. Several officers ultimately fired on Ashford, killing him, after a high-speed chase through several towns ended with Ashford crashing into a guardrail on Route 3, after having already rammed into a Lyndhurst patrol car.

Though a lower court kept the shooting footage under wraps in 2015, the New Jersey Supreme Court awarded North Jersey Media Group access both to the video to and to the police’s unredacted use-of-force reports.

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As White Dekalb County Cop Beats Black Woman Like a Drum She Asks, 'What Did I Do [To Be So Black & Blue]?'  

Sometimes You Can't Just Watch & Film. White cop suffering from psychopathic racial personality has maniac episode as Black people just watch & film . . . and then wait for a court to do something? What will you do if a maniac cop is beating your woman or mother like this? What are you living for?

From [HERE] and [HERE] When she could take the blows from the metal baton no longer, Katie McCrary asked a simple question. 

“What did I do?” 

That is what DeKalb County police officials are trying to figure out after a viral video of an officer repeatedly striking McCrary  with his baton surfaced last weekend.

“It is just disgusting to watch her get beaten like that,” said Francys Johnson, president of the Georgia NAACP. “If she were an animal…if she were a dog, the officer would have already lost his job.”

DeKalb County police say they are investigating an officer’s use of force in a June 4 arrest after video shot by a witness surfaced on social media.

DeKalb County Police reopened their use of force investigation after local media broadcast video shows the officer striking 38-year-old Katie McCrary at least 10 times. At one point, she grabs his baton as the officer presses her to the floor with his knee in her back, and he repeatedly shouts “let it go or I’m a shoot you.”

McCrary is homeless. [MORE]

How Many Lies Did White Cop Tell These Black Folks For Them to Stand & Smile with Him Like That? 

The police report says McCrary had pushed the officer, who was questioning her about begging customers for money at the store in Decatur, Georgia.

Police said McCrary was taken to a hospital after her June 4 arrest. She’s charged with obstructing law enforcement and was served a criminal trespass warning.

The police report referencing the incident states McCrary told Larscheid she was a federal agent and gave a “random badge number” as she tried to walk past him. 

After the cop warned McCrary that she could be charged with impersonating an officer, she tried to grab Larscheid’s badge, the report states.

That’s when Larscheid pulled out his baton, he wrote.

McCrary refused commands so Larscheid struck her “an unknown amount of baton strikes to her left leg,” according to the report.

At that point, McCrary dropped to the ground and began kicking the officer, the report states. 

“I continued my baton strikes to her legs and forearms instructing her to stop resisting and to lay down with her hands behind her back,” Larscheid wrote. “One strike inadvertently struck the side of her head as she was moving around.”

The report states that paramedics responded to evaluate McCrary and she was served a criminal trespass citation and taken to Grady Memorial Hospital and released.

"The incident was investigated by his supervisor, as well as Internal Affairs,” Campbell said in the statement. “The narrative in the officer’s report appears to be consistent with the video.”

She said the officer was cleared following that investigation, but on Tuesday said Larscheid was put on restricted/administrative duty as a new use of force investigation had been opened.

“Now that the Department has this new evidence,” she said, “we are looking to determine whether the incident is consistent with policy and the law.” 

McCrary was in jail Tuesday after being arrested Friday on a prostitution charge.


Vallejo Cops Investigate Themselves & Find that Cop Didn't Say Nigger. He Just Said "I'll Fucking Blow You Away" - a Felony Threat

Felony Threat Public Service To You. From [HERE] An internal investigation found no evidence that a police officer used a racial slur against a carjacking suspect during a traffic stop Saturday afternoon, Vallejo police said Monday.

Sunday, police said that a white resident who recorded the traffic stop on their cell phone claimed a Vallejo police officer used the “N-word” during an initial contact with the suspect. The white man who recorded it thought he heard the cop say "hey nigger you understand if you won't take it I'll fucking blow you away." However, the audio on therecording is not clear. The investigation does not dispute that the cop said I'll fucking blow you away, which is a felony threat in most states. For example in DC the jury instruction explains: 

B.-- THREATENING TO KIDNAP OR INJURE A PERSON OR DAMAGE HIS PROPERTY (FELONY THREATS--D.C. CODE § 22-1810) The elements of threats, each of which the government must prove beyond a reasonable doubt, are that:

1. [Name of defendant] [spoke words heard by] [wrote words in [a letter] [an email] received by] [otherwise communicated to] [name of recipient] [name of target] [another person];

2. The [words [name of defendant] spoke/wrote] [symbol [name of defendant] used] would cause a person reasonably to believe that [[s/he] [name of target] would be [kidnapped] [seriously 3 harmed]] [[his/her property] [name of target's property] would be damaged] [if [name of event] occurred]; and

3. [Name of defendant] intended [name of recipient] [name of target] to believe that [[s/he] [name of target] would be [kidnapped] [seriously harmed]] [[his/her property] [name of target's property] would be damaged] [if [name of event] occurred].

The government is not required to prove that [name of defendant] intended to carry out the threat. [It is not necessary that the intended victim actually heard the words, or learned about them.] In considering whether the government has proved beyond a reasonable doubt that [name of defendant] threatened [name of target], you should consider all the evidence, including the circumstances under which the words were spoken/written; facial expression, body language, tone and inflection, punctuation, and other ways of giving words meaning; and the nature of the relationship between the parties.

At any rate it the cop's language & behavior was definitely not good public service from a public servant. 

After the allegations, Police Chief Andrew Bidou ordered an immediate investigation of the incident, and the accused officer was placed on leave pending the outcome.

“Interviews were conducted of the occupants of the vehicle who were both Hispanic,” police said in a news release.

“The driver of the vehicle denied that the officer used any racial slurs and specifically denied that the officer used the ‘N-word,'” police said.

“The passenger of the vehicle, David Plancarte, was arrested in connection with an armed carjacking and refused to give a statement,” police said.

Vallejo police were eventually able to obtain an original copy of the video from the resident who made the recording. In the video the officer can be heard clearly saying ‘Hey David’ where the ‘N-word’ was thought to have been heard, according to police. [Because David rhymes with nigger?] 

“The internal affairs investigation continues regarding the officer’s use of profanity. The Vallejo Police Department is fully confident that no racial slur was used,” Vallejo police said.

While the investigation continues, the officer who was initially placed on leave is scheduled to return to work this week, according to Lieutenant Jeff Bassett.


Mistaken Identity or Targeting Black People? BYPD Looking For a Grown Man Attack a 5′-2″ 115 lb Black Girl w/K-9, Fists & Gun

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All Racists are Liars. Racism/White Supremacy is Carried Out By Force and/or Deception.  From [HERE] A black 19-year-old girl was punched in the mouth by a white officer, bitten by a police K9 and arrested last month after the white officer said he mistook her for a 5' 10" 180-pound bald man suspected of threatening people with a machete at a nearby grocery store.

Tatyana Hargrove’s story has been gaining attention this week after the NAACP's Bakersfield chapter released a Facebook video Monday morning recapping the incident, which it said was racially motivated.

In the video, Hargrove alleges that on June 18 she was walking home from Wooden Nickel Trading Company on Ming Avenue, where she had gone for a Father’s Day gift, when she was approached by an officer. He drew his gun as soon as he got out of his patrol car, she claims.

The result of the contact? An altercation that left Hargrove with scrapes, bruises, a punch to the mouth from one officer and a bite from a K9 released by another. During the course of her arrest, Hargrove said she feared for her life.

“He [the officer] put his other knee on my head, and I told him, ‘I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe’ and I started yelling out: 'Somebody help me, somebody help me, they’re going to kill me,’” Hargrove said in the video, which received more than 225,000 views in eight hours and attracted hundreds of comments expressing frustration and anger.

She was arrested on suspicion of resisting or delaying an officer and aggravated assault on an officer, according to BPD arrest records.

The NAACP says Hargrove was targeted for her race. BPD says it was a case of mistaken identity.

BPD Sgt. Ryan Kroeker wouldn’t comment on specific matters in the police report, but said that criminal charges have been filed against Hargrove and the case has been forwarded to the Kern County District Attorney’s office for review. The department has determined the force used was appropriate, and no internal investigation has been launched, Kroeker added.


The arresting officer, Christopher Moore, said in a police report obtained by The Californian that he didn’t know Hargrove was a woman until after she was handcuffed.

He mistook her for a machete-wielding suspect who had come out of the Grocery Outlet Bargain Market on Ming and Ashe avenues after threatening several people, according to the report.

That man, who police identified as Douglas Washington before arresting him the next day, was described in multiple police reports from June 18 as a 25- to 30-year-old man, bald, about 170 pounds standing at 5 feet 10 inches. He was wearing a white t-shirt, dark jeans and a pink or red backpack that contained the machete.

When Moore found Hargrove behind the Grocery Outlet Bargain Market, the 115-pound teen, who stands 5 feet 2 inches, was wearing a baggy white shirt, blue jean shorts and a black hat. She was straddling a bicycle, a red and black backpack slung over her shoulder. In it were three cold water bottles, Hargrove said in her video. She had pulled over in the shade for a drink.

“She appeared to be a male and matched the description of the suspect that had brandished the machete and was also within the same complex the suspect had fled to,” Moore wrote in his report. He thought she had a weapon in her bag.

Moore, who patrols with a K9, pulled over, drew his sidearm and ordered Hargrove to put her hands in the air, according to the report.

Hargrove turned around and said: “What you all stopping another black person for. I’m out of here,” according to Moore’s report.

Jackson denied Hargrove ever spoke those words and disputes other parts of Moore’s report. The incident escalated when Moore asked to search Hargrove’s backpack, she said in the video. When she asked if he had a warrant, she claims, he gestured toward his K9 and then released the dog.

None of that is mentioned in the police report.

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New White Judge Assigned to Laquan McDonald Case [previously she acquitted a Cop who shoved a gun down a suspect's throat]

From [HERE] The Latest on the indictment of a Chicago police officer and two former officers stemming from the death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald (all times local):

A new judge is overseeing the case of a Chicago police officer and two former officers accused of conspiring to cover up what happened the night a white officer shot a black teenager 16 times.

Cook County Judge Diane Cannon was appointed to the case Monday involving Joseph Walsh, David March and Thomas Gaffney. The case stems from the 2014 death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.

Cannon is a former prosecutor who, in 2015, acquitted a Chicago police commander who was charged with aggravated battery for allegedly shoving a gun down a suspect's throat.

Local activists who attended Monday's hearing didn't call on Cannon to recuse herself, saying they were confident in the judgment of the special prosecutor in the case.

The prosecutor, Patricia Brown Holmes, was appointed last year to lead an investigation into Laquan's shooting. She declined comment Monday.

A Chicago police officer and two former officers have pleaded not guilty to conspiring to cover up what happened the night a white officer shot a black teenager 16 times.

Joseph Walsh, David March and Thomas Gaffney made their first court appearances Monday since being indicted last month on charges stemming from the 2014 death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.

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Unaccountable Liar Cop Who Murdered Philando Castile Officially Off the "Police Force"

Just Cry & Tell A Story In Accord With the Appetite of the White Jury. [MORE] From [HERE] A race soldier officer in Minnesota who was acquitted of fatally shooting black motorist Philando Castile has left his job under a separation agreement with his suburban department, the city said on Monday.

Jeronimo Yanez, was an officer with the St. Anthony Police Department, when he shot Castile five times during a traffic stop in July 2016. He was found not guilty last month of second-degree manslaughter.

Yanez will receive $48,500 as a part of the separation agreement with the police department within the Minneapolis suburb, according to the Associated Press.

Castile’s family reached a $3 million settlement with the city of St. Anthony last month.

“A reasonable voluntary separation agreement brings to a close one part of this horrible tragedy,” the city of St. Anthony said in a statement.

“The City concluded this was the most thoughtful way to move forward and help the community-wide healing process proceed.”

Some believe the entire episode was a hoax. [MORE]


Witness Says White LA Deputy Murdered Dejuan Guillory; Unarmed Black Man Shot Lying on His Belly Begging For His Life

From [HERE] and [HEREA 27-year-old Black man died early Wednesday in an officer-involved shooting involving an Evangeline Parish sheriff's deputy, according to Louisiana State Police.

The State Police Bureau of Investigation/Lafayette Field Office was alerted at 4:10 a.m. to the shooting and was asked by the Evangeline Sheriff's Office to investigate, Master Trooper Daniel “Scott” Moreau said in a news release. The officer has been identified as Paul Holden LaFluer, a local Ville Platte deputy [racist supect in photo]. [MORE] Cops claim there is no video of any kind. 

The deputy had been responding to an attempted burglary in the area of Chad Lane when he encountered Dejuan Guillory, Moreau said. The police did not state what the legal basis of the stop was. Guillory was with his girlfriend DeQuince Brown. The couple were on a 4-wheeler in a rural area about a mile from Mamou, “frogging.”  During an ensuing altercation between Guillory and the deputy, Guillory was shot.

Guillory was pronounced dead at the scene, Moreau said.

The deputy, who was injured during the altercation, was transported to a local hospital, where he was listed Thursday in stable condition, Moreau said. The deputy's identity has not been released.

State Police reported later Thursday they arrested Dequince E. Brown , 21, of Church Point. Brown, who was with Guillory during the incident, was booked into Evangelina Parish jail on attempted first-degree murder of a police officer.

However, a new interview contradicts the police version of the incident. The interview is with Joe Long, the attorney for DeQuince Brown. She said she witnessed an Evangeline Parish Sherriff Deputy shoot Guillory in the back on July 6, killing him.

Pen Point News investigative reporter Daniel Banguell’s interview with Long confirms many of the details reported earlier. Brown has been unable to tell her side of the story, as she has been in jail with charges of attempted first-degree murder of a police officer since the incident.

She said the officer followed them in his cruiser on a gravel road and pulled him over for unknown reasons. 

In the recording, Long affirms that Guillory was on the ground with his hands behind his back, begging for his life, pleading, “please don’t shoot me, I have three kids,” when Paul Lafleur first shot Guillory. Long states:

“They were both on the ground. Guillory was on the ground, on his belly, his hands behind his back, and the officer had a gun trained at Guillory’s back, maybe a foot or two from Guillory’s body. They were still arguing back and forth but Guillory was on the ground as directed. His hands were behind his back. He was not resisting. All of a sudden, a shot rang out.”

According to Long, DeQuince Brown then jumped on the officer’s back to prevent him from killing her boyfriend and bit LaFleur (causing the reported injuries to the officer). LaFluer then fired three more shots at Guillory.

Long also states that two ambulances came to the scene, but “One ambulance loaded the deputy in and took him to the hospital. The other one left empty. When she left in a police car, Guillory’s body was still on the gravel road.” Apparently left for dead. When asked if anyone treated Guillory, the attorney added, “As far as she knows, she never witnessed anybody attempt CPR for Guillory. It may have happened, but she didn’t see it.”

Guillory’s family has pushed back at the police account. They say that the pair were out “frogging” and that “the burglary call was either a bogus claim or someone called the police because they saw the couple frogging,” according to Penpoint News. [MORE]

In August of 2015, he was convicted of simple criminal damage to property. [MORE]

Giuillory was the father of 3 children and a concrete business owner. DeJuan had just been paid on two big concrete contracts. He was seen earlier that night by friends and family in good spirits about his new girlfriend, successful career and positive outlook.


During Stop White Vallejo Cop Says "Hey Nigger You Understand If You Won't Take It I'll Fucking Blow You Away"

Felony Threat from racist public servant to a "Nigger" [nigger means a victim of racism/white supremacy. Nigger is what is being done to you]

According to Dr. Blynd, Cops are mercenary security guards that remind us daily, through acts of force, that we are simultaneously both enemies and slaves of the Corporate state - colonized, serveilled and patrolled by the desensitized and lobotomized drones of the colonizers. [MORE

[GURU Toocool]


All White Jury, Black Probot Judge Uphold White Cop's Right To Genocidally Murder Black Man Dating his Daughter - Jeremey Lake's Killer Free Again

Presiding Over the Illusion, black judge in the fake world of court created for Black litigants. It can never be about reality or racism in the make believe world re-created in court - a pretend context with plastic flags, oaths, funny black robes, elevated judge platform and high ceilings. More modern, necessary courtroom props in the refinement of RSW are [unbeknownst to them] Black defense lawyers and prosecutors, Black judges, Black courtroom staff and probation officers and of course, occasional acquittals for Black criminal defendants. Justice Can Only be Random or Coincidental in System of Racism/White Supremacy. And Never, ever trust a Black probot. He/she is just a potted plant, part of the necessary illusion of the appearance of justice in a hoax democracy. Get Out. 

From [HERE] and [HERE] A white prosecutor said Saturday that he was shocked when a judge declared a mistrial in the case of a white former Tulsa police officer who fatally shot his daughter's Black boyfriend because white jurors had deliberated for only a few hours.

It was the third mistrial in nine months for white Tulsa police officer Shannon Kepler, and all of the trials have been overseen by District Judge Sharon Holmes, who is Black. The jury was all-white. Only one African American was on each of the two hung juries in the previous cases. One juror posted on Facebook his anger at two white jurors who did not want to convict a white man of murdering a black man and refused to talk to the rest of the jury.

For a trial "not about race", it seems to permeate everywhere you turn. The white media has played its role also; do a Google search of "all white jury"and Kepler you will get zero results. Anon asks what is white collective power? When a white policeman shoots an unarmed black man, his fellow officers, the police chief, internal affairs, the union, the media, the judge, and the jury will support, defend, and finance that white police officer’s “right” to shoot (murder) an unarmed black person. That is white collective power. [MORE]

Kepler doesn't deny shooting 19-year-old Jeremey Lake, but claims he was acting in self-defense. Kepler testified that Lake was armed, although police didn't find a weapon on Lake or at the scene. The shooting happened shortly after Lake had started dating Kepler's then-18-year-old daughter, Lisa.

Attorneys said jurors deliberated for just 2 ? to three hours on Friday before saying they were deadlocked 6-6. Holmes reminded jurors that the trial had started June 27 and asked whether that changed their minds. When they said no, the judge declared a mistrial.

"I have never experienced that procedure before in my life," Tulsa County District Attorney Steve Kunzweiler said, noting that judges often tell juries to continue deliberating to try to reach a unanimous verdict in such circumstances.

"I was just hopeful that the court would have followed prior procedure and have the jury deliberate more," Kunzweiler said. The judge had told the previous juries in the case to continue deliberating after jurors reported they were deadlocked. In one case, the judge waited until 2:30 a.m. before declaring a mistrial when jurors reported they could not break their deadlock. She did not immediately return a message that was left at her office on Saturday.

Kunzweiler said he will re-evaluate the case and decide before an Aug. 1 status conference whether to try Kepler for a fourth time. Among the factors Kunzweiler said he will consider are the prosecution and police resources required to bring Kepler to trial again.

"There's a great amount of time and effort that goes into the prosecution of these cases," he said. "Expense is a factor I'm going to have to weigh into it."

Unlike the previous two trials [this jury was 100% white - not 91%], Holmes had instructed jurors that they could convict Kepler of first-degree murder or the lesser charge of manslaughter. Manslaughter carries a sentence of four years to life in prison, while the sentence on a first-degree murder conviction is life in prison.

Kepler, who retired from the force after he was charged, was a 24-year-police veteran who said he was trying to protect his daughter, who had run away from home and was living in a crime-ridden neighborhood. O'Carroll said Lisa had been in and out of a homeless shelter after her father prohibited her from bringing men into his house.

Kepler told investigators he was acting in self-defense because Lake was armed, but police didn't find a weapon on Lake or at the scene. Lake's aunt said her nephew was reaching out to shake Kepler's hand to introduce himself when Kepler fired.

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