26 June 2011

Top 10 songs about the Police

I was listening to my ipod the other day and realized that there are some songs about the police that deserve some attention. Some of these are defamatory to the police but I'm including them because they show the depth that "police haters" will go to try to convince you that law enforcement is "out of control."

Without further adieu, here is my list:

10) Niggas With Attitude - "Fuck da Police"
The song that made hating the police a point of pride. You'd rather see me in the pen than me and Lorenzo rollin in a Benzo. Yeah, that's about right. And these goofs have had it so bad that Ice-Cube is now a major movie star. RIH Easy-E.

9) Lil Wayne - "Mrs Officer"
Lil Wayne is a terrible singer with no vocal capabilities. He's yet another example of a no-talent "hip hopper" who can put a couple hooks together, hire a hot model and make some videos. Of course his "target market" eats this stuff up. The best phrase from this song? "She know I'm from the street, and now all she wants me to do is fuck the police."

8) Iron Maiden - "The Trooper"
While technically this song references the famous "Charge of the Light brigade" I think it's an appropriate homage to my brothers in blue.

7) Sam Roberts - "Where have all the good people gone?"
I included this song because of the lyrics "it took 10 cops to pull me over." Sam Roberts is a solid talent with excellent musicianship, unlike NWA and Lil Wayne.

6) Motely Crue - "Knock 'em dead kidd"
In the original liner notes for this song, the band wrote "Dedicated to the LAPD". Apparently they weren't happy with the service they recieved.

5) I fought the law, and the law won - Bobby Fuller.
Enough said.

4) Dead Kennedys - "Police truck"
From my punk days, this song always made me laugh. The boys sing about going downtown to beat up some drunks, and have their plans thwarted by law enforcement. Wah! It's always the police getting in the way of some awesome ultra-violence.

3) "Highway Patrol" - Junior Brown
This probably should be #1 but, in my opinion, most highway patrol officers are nothing more than parking meter maids. Maybe if they did more than write movers I'd have a bit more respect for them.

2) Aerosmith - "Sweet Emotion"
One of the best songs ever written. The song pulses with a strong beat, then pulls back into a smooth chorus of lyrics. The best line? I pulled into town in a police car, your daddy said I took ya just a little too far.

1) Sammy Hagar - "I can't drive 55"
A song about a kid who just like to drive fast. Who can blame him? He doesn't even mind getting a ticket. Nice.

06 June 2011

Flash mobs and violence

Crime File posted this story on his blog the other day after the real news came out that police shut down North Avenue beach because black gang-members were attacking beach patrons.

Paul's advise on carrying a gun is solid. You have the right to defend your life and private property from an attacker. Period.

And reports that I'm hearing from those districts are highly disturbing.

Chicago News report reports on strong arm robberies occuring in streeterville - again by mobs of blacks beating people and robbing them.

In the comments from June 4th there I read this one:

Anonymous said...

Where I work in a restaurant in River North two tourists have been beaten up and robbed literally in front of our restaurant door in the past two weeks. These were early evening like 9pm.

I go home after work today and get some food 'to go' at a restaurant where I live in Lakeview around 7pm. While walking down Broadway south of Belmont about 6 to 8 ghetto youth are attacking two people. Tons of police, thanks for being fast Chicago Police.

My friend goes to work at about 5am and when he got to the train stop at Belmont in Lakeview this morning the parametics are helping someone that just got beat up and robbed by ghetto youth.

How many people have been attacked nearby - nearby by meaning a several block area, my apartment in Lakeview in the past several weeks that I know of. Oh maybe 8-10.

How many people in River North have been attacked nearby where I work? Oh maybe 10 to 15.

It is out of control.

Hey ghetto, you don't like me because I'm Asian, I didn't chose to be Asian. I do nothing to anyone. I mind my own business. I work the service industry to pay my bills and I go to college. Stop verbally harassing me. Yeah you scare me, sorry for crossing the street to avoid you but what do you expect? All I am is some late 20 something that works in a restaurant to pay the bills and goes to college. No other group gives me trouble except black.

Just go away. Seriously just go. I don't even care anymore how it sounds. The violance everyday against anything that walks and the verbal racism towards me is just that bad. Go away please. Just go.

June 4, 2011 11:34 PM

This young man's comment just absolutely saddened me. He speaks for all of us in a way. He represents what our country stands for: hard work, dedication, education and a "leave me alone" ethic that focuses on the individual. He wants to be part of a civil, law-abiding society that allows him to follow his dreams.

And what is in his way? Ghetto hood-rats who have no respect for people (especially white people) and who think they can just group up, batter, rob and abuse at will.
And notice that that among the comments along with the Asian guy were others who echoed the same thing and I'll bet that half of the incidents aren't even getting reported to the police.

Here are some recent headlines:
May 30th: Police close North avenue beach (original story)

June 6th: a male black with "big lips" robs a woman at gun point near Depaul.

June 6th: Uptown man beaten and robbed by a male black.

June 5th: 7 blacks arrested near Northwestern university after they used a baseball bat to knock one of their victims to the ground.

Here are 3 of the animals that have been arrested so far. All f*cking Choir boys I'm sure.

This is why I would never live in a black neighborhood. The reason has nothing to do with racism. The reason is that every predominantly black neighborhood is a HIGH crime area. That is a fact, and it is indisputable. You want to lower crime in an "underserved" neighborhood? Import Yuppies and Asians and you'll see the crime plummet - why? Because Yuppies and Asians have a work ethic, they understand right from wrong, and are generally supportive of a civil society.

The media has long ignored the racial element of crime. From 2005 here are a few stats ---

* Of the nearly 770,000 violent interracial crimes committed every year involving blacks and whites, blacks commit 85 percent and whites commit 15 percent.

* Blacks commit more violent crime against whites than against blacks. Forty-five percent of their victims are white, 43 percent are black, and 10 percent are Hispanic. When whites commit violent crime, only three percent of their victims are black.

* Blacks are an estimated 39 times more likely to commit a violent crime against a white than vice versa, and 136 times more likely to commit robbery.

* Blacks are 2.25 times more likely to commit officially-designated hate crimes against whites than vice versa.

I don't have a quick answer to this problem. It's taken us 50 years of Liberal pandering and Welfare programs to undo the moorings of the family unit, so I'm not hopeful that things will change anytime soon.

Too many people are afraid to say that there are problems in the black community. Too many people are afraid to even criticize the president simply because he is black. Well I'm not shouldered with such restrictions, nor am I blind to who and what is doing the majority of crimes on the streets of Chicago.

Paul has spent alot of time in Germany. I know that Germans are very sensitive to discussing Hitler or WW2. It is practically Taboo for a German to talk about such topics openly.

The same dynamic is now taking place here - black crime, black welfare recipients, black violence, black poverty, black illegitimacy, the demise of the black nuclear family are ALL taboo to discuss in the media. The only way the MSM will tackle the issue is if the problem is framed in such a way that money will be thrown at the issue.

Self-censorship and misplaced guilt are fueling the Political Correctness Leviathan. Don't believe the Liberal media. As Ice Cube famously said while being interviewed on WKQX regarding the racism in his group's lyrics (NWA),"Some things just needed to be said."

Well I say that NOW some things need to be said - without delay!

Sic semper tyrannis!