Posts tagged ‘Police’

December 6, 2013

Cops in the Media

by Ryu

There are no coincidences. The change in how cops are portrayed in TV and movies has been astounding.

Any movie from the 70s or 80s will show cops as average men, bumbling fools. Modern movies hold all cops as heros, protectors of our freedoms. The perception of cops has changed as a result. I believe the portrayal was engineered. The USG needs people to worship cops so the cops can help maintain the status quo. It is the job of the police to enforce all those laws Washington makes.

Think of “Smokey and the Bandit.” This 70s movie glorified breaking the law and defying authority. At the time it was very popular and reflected popular opinion. It’s well to note that even today, the best drivers are not cops or military. Once again, civilians lead LEOs.

It takes constant nationalist work to counter this. Obedience to authority is ingrained in Murkans today. The rebellious instinct has been almost completely suppressed. A simple example would be the inability of children to do pranks anymore. As with anything, one must start small and move up to larger things. If one can’t break the small rules, one won’t be able to break the bigger ones.

Nothing is more illegal than white pride today. All nationalists know what has happened in Greece. Golden Dawn will never win playing by the system’s rules. If they can take the next step, they have a chance at winning. If they cannot, they lose. It’s that simple. There was really only one way that they’d ever win.

This is a favorite of mine; it’s a truth you’ll almost never see demonstrated. Cops don’t believe in fair fights. Watch them run when they lose the advantage. They’ll attack your guy five to one, but when they are outnumbered, they retreat very quickly. You’ll note these are not Americans, as Americans are too subdued today.

Puppycide is when cops shoot civilian dogs. We already know that police dogs have more rights than human civilians, and cop dogs get full military funerals. Puppycide is just one of many new actions that have become the norm.

It’s an airduster. Nationalists should spend as much time as it takes to change their own minds about cops.


May 20, 2013

Anti-White Media: Police State TV

by AAB

[Preamble: This and the next four posts will explore the Anti-White Media themes that I touched on in the introductory post: ‘Police State TV’, ‘Red Light District TV‘, ‘Nanny State TV’, ‘Nostalgia TV’, ‘Lord of the Manor TV’.]

‘Police State TV’ is a common programme style that is found on prole television channels like ITV and Channel 5. The most well known series being Cops and Police, Camera, Action!. While these programmes are not explicitly Anti-White because of the race-based content that they show, they do nevertheless degrade they Aryan by cultivating bad ideas in his head (seeking cheap thrills, feeling self-righteous when criminals get caught, and presenting the police as the only standard bearers of justice). These bad ideas have a drip, drip, drip effect on the proles that watch them, simply by virtue of the number of ‘Police State TV’ programmes out there (sometimes up tp 6 hours per day on Sky 3. That drip, drip, drip effect drips right on the viewers pecker, slowly eroding his sense of masculinity one hour at a time.

This article will deal with the following points:
What is ‘Police State TV’?
What programmes make up ‘Police State TV’?
Why is ‘Police State TV’ such a bad thing?
What’s the anti-dote for ‘Police State TV’?

What is ‘Police State TV’?
‘Police State TV’ is a development of the ‘fly-on-the-wall’ style of documentary that sprung out of the ‘reality TV’ genre. They include action-based programmes centred around regular police forces, SWAT teams, bounty hunters; aswell as the less action-packed (more sedate) programmes like Customs UK which televise the antics of the customs and excise people in the UK. The cops themselves are the centre of attention because you rarely have a visible ‘narrator/guide’ walking you through the action like you do in documentaries (like David Attenbrough in Life on Earth).

[Caption: ‘Brit Cops: Zero Tolerance’ shows the type of policing you can expect on a visit to cheery ol’ England. Minus the rock music soundtrack of course..]

The ‘Police State TV’ programmes are designed for the proles who enjoy action, cheap thrills, a mild rush of adrenaline, the chance to watch real men in uniforms (swoon!), or the opportunity of seeing a drug-trafficker trying to smuggle a few grams of cocaine through customs. You won’t catch many <SWPL or respectable Middle-Class types watching this drivel. Oh no, they’d much prefer seeing an hour-long documentary on (and I’m not making this up) <The Secret Life of Ice

What programmes make up ‘Police State TV’?
Examples of ‘Police State TV’ run far and wide and across many continents. Below are a few examples garnered from a TV guide.

Police, Camera, Action!
Brit Cops: Frontline Crime
Brit Cops: Zero Tolerance
Brit Cops: Rapid Response
Brit Cops: Law and Disorder
Brit Cops: War on Crime
Police Interceptors
Frontline Police
Motorway Patrol
Worlds Wildest Police Videos
Road Wars
Traffic Cops
Cop Squad
Customs UK
Nothing to Declare
UK Border Force
Dog the Bounty Hunter
Australia’s Toughest Police

Why is ‘Police State TV’ such a bad thing?
‘Police State TV’ is a bad thing because it degrades the Aryan in three ways: by making him enjoy cheap thrills, by making him feel unjustifiably self-righteous, and by portraying the police as the only standard bearers of justice. All of these are negative female traits, which the viewer will absorb and make part of his own psyche. Out goes his masculinity and up goes his femininity. This is how the Police State TV turns its viewers into low-grade females.

‘Police State TV’ degrades the Aryan by making him enjoy cheap thrills like car chases which often result in crashes and sometimes gunfights all of which involve real people. It portrays police-work like a low-grade action movie complete with real life shoot outs. It’s designed to get the adrenaline going in the viewer, and make them feel rather than think: “Someone might get shot! OMG, it’s real-life action! Wow! What a thrill!”

It degrades the Aryan by making him feel self-righteousness when the Cop arrests a ‘suspected’ villain. This feeling of self-righteousness arises because the viewer only sees the action from the police officers perspective, rather than impartially or from the suspects perspective. If you think I’m being absurd here, then imagine watching a Cops style programme shot from an innocent suspects perspective, you’d see police justice in a whole new light.

It furthermore degrades the Aryan by portraying the police as the ONLY standard-bearer of Justice. If the police are the ONLY standard-bearer of justice, it logically follows that the average John Doe on the street ISN’T a standard-bearer of justice. Indeed it takes the notion of justice completely out of his hands and gives it to someone else. And that’s definitely NOT a good thing! It’s just like outsourcing manufacturing to another country (like the UK & US have both done), or outsourcing defence to another country (like the Romans did); if you outsource your justice to another entity then it leaves you vulnerable to exploitation, vulnerable to being ruled over by them. That’s what ‘Police State TV’ does on a daily basis, portraying the Police as the ONLY standard bearers of justice, and that’s why it is such a bad thing.

What’s the anti-dote for ‘Police State TV’?
What to watch then instead of ‘Police State TV’? What should the recovering ‘Police State TV’ fan watch? Perhaps he should watch vigilante films like Death Wish, Outlaw, or The Punisher. Though it may be tempting to watch such films, and indeed may have a positive effect on the viewer, I offer a word of caution before hand.

If watched in the wrong frame of mind, then vigilante films ‘might’ be just as bad if not worse than watching ‘Police State TV’. Why do I think this? I think this because vigilante films allow the viewer to live out their ‘rebellion’ fantasy through the characters on the TV, rather than actualising their own real potency in the ‘real world’. Like Matrix fans, or Fight Club fans, or porn fans who identify with the lead character in the film. It’s a way of living out their fantasy in a safe environment, and handing responsibility for the risky rebelling over to Tyler Durden or Neo. That way Tyler or Neo take the risks instead of the viewer risking their own necks to get something done. And as Firepower keeps reminding us Tyler Durden fans NEVER get anything done. Oh sure they can discuss the ideas presented in the films (freedom, the nature of reality etc) until the cows come home, but is that really action? Then compare them to other ‘independent subcultures’ like Golden Dawn, or Dutch Anarchists/squatters, or the hippy communes of the 1960s, and wonder whether Golden Dawn were avid fans of The Matrix or Fight Club. I doubt it. They were probably too busy handing out food parcels to the needy. So that’s why I say that you should be wary of your own mind before watching a vigilante film. Know, as best as you can, why you’re watching a film.

But let’s say that you’ve chosen to watch a vigilante film. How should you proceed? By ensuring that you use the correct method of film watching, the Ryu method of film watching: STUDY IT! Does a propane cylinder really burst into flames when it’s shot?  Why is it that in the sci-fi classic Alien the white men are killed first, then the black men, then the blond woman, and the only ones left alive are a brunette woman and a cat?  In short: have presence of mind & ask questions, both about the single-events and the long-term trends[1].

It must be said that this method has a definite upside because the more you know about something the less awe and romantic (romanticism = the opposite of Realism) feelings you feel towards it. Movies with big explosions are awe-inspiring when you don’t know much about pyrotechnics, but when you have knowledge of pyrotechnics, the wow factor vaporizes: [Points at the TV set]”Nah, that explosion is far too large, and it should be burning yellow-orange rather than red.” [shakes head] “I’m not impressed.”

As an alternative to vigilante films, you could watch programmes like How it’s Made or Mythbusters both of which dissect the components of the physical world which also destroys any romantic delusions. (Just watch ‘How it’s Made’ and see hundreds of pizzas mechanically trundling along a production line, row after row, and you’ll end up seeing ‘flour based products covered in viscous red liquid’, rather than ‘scrummy yummy pizzas, with pepperoni!’.)

[1] The easiest way I find of spotting differences is to focus on one thing and then find its contrasting opposite. Then all you need to do is to find what the context is that the two things exist in. Most of you have probably done this already, e.g. focussed on one thing: the white race; then found its opposite: the black race; and then found the context that they exist in: racial discrimination.

*** End of Programme ***

*** Commercial Break ***

[I’m sure many of you are familiar with the Master-card TV adverts, but if you haven’t seen them before, or need reminding, then click on the link.]


[1/2 body camera shot of a man in a supermarket aisle picking up a plastic bottle of ‘Cornucopia-Cola’. He pulls a face at it and shakes his head. He then notices a carton of orange juice on the shelf, puts the cola back, picks up the orange juice, half-smiles contentedly, puts it in his shopping trolley and walks on.]
“Healthy food for your growing children: $5”

[Full body camera shot of two 10-year old boys in a gymnasium, one blond, wearing protective head-gear and fighting martial arts. The blond kid throws the other to the ground-mat and holds him there. He is victorious and thrusts both of his hands in the air in triumph.]
“Martial arts lesson for self-defence: $50”

[1/2 body camera shot of a 14-year old blond boy wearing ear defenders at a gun range and holding a revolver. A gun instructor looks down range with him and gestures at the target, then steps back out of shot. The kid squeezes off a few rounds; camera shot of the target – near bulls-eyes.]
“Glock 9mm and lessons on how to handle it: $500”

[Camera shot of numerous 18-year olds on a stage during graduation day. Brief shot to two parents in the crowd smiling and looking happy. Shot of their blond son stepping up to the podium and accepting his certificate.]
“Ensuring your kids get into the most prestigious schools: $5,000”

[Camera shot of 22-year old son and his wife carrying boxes into their new, but slightly dilapidated, home. They put the boxes down and wave to the son’s parents who wave back. The parents then get in their car and drive off. They pass a large road sign that says ‘Thank you for visiting Detroit’. The road-sign is being repaired by a group of four white workmen.]
“Your children being the future of the white race: Priceless.”

“For everything else there’s Meistro-Card.”

*** End of Commercial Break ***


March 6, 2013

Flex Your Rights

by Ryu

ryu’s Step-Mom!

I really admire the people logging these videos. It takes alot of guts to stand up the uniforms; there’s nothing protecting you but the bill of rights, a dead sheet of paper. So many people just give up their rights to get on their way quicker.

This video has been making the rounds lately. It’s 15 minutes of refusals. You see, in the Southwest, there are often immigration checkpoints set up about 30 miles from the border. These are clearly unconstitutional.

Their training is much the same as a WNs. See how the DHS officers keep wanting them to give up their rights and “cooperate”? That’s why they ask the same questions. It’s a game. Who breaks the law first. The one who breaks the law gets nailed to the wall by a good lawyer, either yours or his.

We have our own version. “I have nothing to say.” You need to practice this endlessly. If you don’t, you will choke. This is probably the most important piece of advice or training that…

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