Eve Carson was just one of the many beautiful young white women murdered by young black men. Leftists like to cheapen the lives of victims like Eve by reminding us that the victims of young black male criminals are chiefly other young black males, that the growing roster of dead white women only represent people who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and that we should read nothing into it. Those leftists have little to say about black women murdered by white men – because such crimes are a great rarity; interracial violence is overwhelmingly black against white and has been so for as long as most Americans have been alive (if not much longer).
Of course, the above facts are common knowledge amongst white nationalists and race realists. I suspect that there is another class of Americans that is aware of this phenomenon: urban police officers. It wouldn’t surprise me if a great many police officers, while not actually race-conscious, are acutely aware of the lopsided nature of interracial crime.
I would be surprised if this knowledge did not cause anger and resentment among police officers. Then we read something like this:
Lawyers for one of two suspects accused in the 2008 killing of University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill student body president Eve Carson said their client was beaten by police when he was arrested. Suspect Demario Atwater was assaulted by Durham police while he was laying on the sidewalk and while handcuffed in a police car, according to court documents filed Monday by his attorneys.
This is one of those cases where, at first glance, the libertarian in me disagrees with the white nationalist in me. On the one hand, the police are agents of the State and so they should be kept on a tight leash. On the other hand, given the opportunity I would probably beat the “suspect” himself if I was reasonably certain he was the perpetrator. Of course he might not be the perpetrator; this is what trials, lawyers, judges and juries are for. But look what has become of our “justice” system and consider the frustration of many cops:
I think that a lot of that “final retribution” talk is our way of expressing our frustration with a criminal justice system that leaves murderers and child abusers on the streets. It’s a way to cleanse our spirit and voice our feelings in a context and atmosphere that other cops will understand. Cops, especially guy cops, are often accused of not sharing their feelings. We’re told that we don’t like to talk about being depressed or frustrated. But that’s not my experience. I’ve heard many cops open up and say “I’m going to kill every single one of those motherf****** before I go out,” and other cops will support them, me included. How much more open than that can you be about your feelings. We just can’t share those feelings with the public because most of the public, victims of violent crime excluded, would never understand our level of frustration.
The frustration expressed above is at criminals in general. Can there be any doubt that this frustration is increased when a white officer is confronted with interracial crime against his own race? I suspect that years of police work would serve to dull the effects of anti-white propaganda even to the point where a white officer might feel more kinship with a white who was victimized by somebody of another race than the victim of an intraracial crime.
I think an underlying issue here is that even though a police officer is acting as an agent of the State, at the same time can he not also act as an individual? Is he expected to cast aside his human baggage and become a by-the-book automaton? Do we not, as moral humans, have duties and rights of our own and what becomes of those duties and rights when we put on a badge? It seems to me that any decent person, when confronted with a dangerous criminal – who he knows just committed a heinous crime – has a duty to mete out punishment to the best of his ability when can be reasonably certain that otherwise the criminal will continue to pose a danger to others and not be adequately punished. Many millions of people all over the world would agree with me. Most Americans used to agree with me on this as well – but something has changed. Americans have become too “civilized” for vigilante justice. As a result, sociopaths and savages run loose in our society. Because of massive third world immigration and differential birth rates, things are only going to get worse. At some point, Americans will have to revert to their earlier mentality regarding vigilantism or face grave consequences. The question is should police officers participate in this aspect of crime-fighting?