George Floyd most likely never met Rodney King. They are both dead. Their lives really “made a difference.” It would be good for them to meet. Comparatively speaking, that is.
The difference these particular agents of the feral underclass made was to turn race-rioting on a colossal scale into a form of “righteous” self-expression — but only for a chosen people. (more…)
Sergeant John Mattingly, LMPD
12 Seconds in the Dark: A Police Officer’s Firsthand Account of the Breonna Taylor Raid
Nashville, Tenn.: DW Books, 2022
In the early morning hours of March 13, 2020, the Kentucky’s Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) conducted a raid on the apartment of a sub-Saharan named Kenneth Walker. (more…)
What Law Enforcement and First Responders Need to Know about White Nationalism
White Nationalism has been quite a hot topic in political discourse lately. There have been high-level politicians who have declared it to be the United States’ number one threat. It’s important for people like you — police, first responders, and federal agents — to get some clarity and accurate information about the subject. (more…)
On April 11, 2021, white Minneapolis police officer Kimberly Potter shot and killed Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old mulatto male who was driving with an expired license and an air-freshener hanging from his rearview mirror (which is apparently illegal in Minnesota). The entire encounter was captured on police dashcam video, which was played during Potters’ trial late last year.
After pulling Wright over, she and her fellow officers realized that Wright had an open warrant out for his arrest. He had allegedly taken part in a robbery and had then skipped out on his court date, fled from officers, and was charged with illegal gun possession. (more…)
I had a bad feeling as Saturday began. Nick Fuentes had planned two anti-vax rallies in Manhattan. His anti-vax rally on Staten Island three days prior had gone swimmingly, but there were reasons to feel pessimistic about the Manhattan ones. (more…)
Anarcho-Tyranny 2020 & Beyond, Part I:
The Age of COVID-19, BLM, & Apex Parasites
Part 1 of 3 (Part II here)
Part I: COVID-19
Not long after 2020 began, most of our lives were deeply disrupted. I had been following rumblings from China about a fast-spreading and potentially lethal virus for over a month before the first case was announced in the United States in late January. Several weeks after that, my last semester of law school was cut short by an early Spring Break in early March, and then a move to virtual classes for the remainder of the term. (more…)
When protesters began chanting “Black Lives Matter,” my first reaction was disgust at the brazen effrontery of that slogan. Imagine a movement to legalize pedophilia calling itself “We Love Kids.” Nobody disagrees with loving kids in the abstract, but most people oppose letting perverts get away with raping them. (more…)
When I first said I wanted to be a comedian, everyone laughed. Well, they’re not laughing now.
— Bob Monkhouse
If you and your friends were to have a séance, and you channeled the spirit of George Orwell, the greatest Englishman never to appear on a banknote would use the glass to tap out the following: stop quoting 1984. (more…)
Remembering Sam Francis: The Rising Tide of Anarcho-Tyranny
Author’s note: An earlier version of this appeared at Return of Kings as “How Our Government Is Sanctioning A New Kind Of Tyranny.” The following expanded version is in my compilation Deplorable Diatribes.
My first encounter with anarcho-tyranny was when my grandfather got busted in a sting. His “crime” was cutting hair without a license, which got him a fine. (more…)
Officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts for the “murder” of the beatified George Floyd. The jury, consisting of only two white men among twelve, found him guilty within a matter of hours. It was a quick decision that sent a clear message to America: black lives matter more than yours.
Despite being denounced by nearly every law enforcement official in the country, Derek Chauvin is the face of American police. (more…)