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This Growing Trend Highlights the Hypocrisy of Gun-Control Elites by SUSANNE EDWARD

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As many of the country’s police departments grapple with dips in funding, reputational crises, lack of morale and a struggle to keep numbers in most departments at approved levels—all as violent crime surges—many businesses and citizens are opting to hire their own private police forces of sorts: armed guards.

According to the Security Industry Association, there are around double the number of security guards employed across the country than there was two decades ago. As of 2021, there are two police officers for every one thousand civilians—and 3.1 guards for that same amount.

While “private policing” is hardly a new concept, it has gained significant traction across the United States since the 2020 riots. In and around 2020, more than 20 major cities slashed their police budgets, even as lawlessness swelled. Further, Left-leaning cities in recent years have introduced an abundance of criminal-friendly policies, such as “bail reform” and early prisoner releases.

With more criminals on the streets, those who can afford more security tap into the billion-dollar private security arena; meanwhile, the middle and lower classes—especially in cities mandated by gun control activism and anti-Second Amendment legislation—are left in even more desperate situations as law-enforcement resources are stretched thin and as these same officials also do all they can to prevent average citizens from obtaining the means to defend themselves.

Perhaps there is no more significant example than Beverly Hills, Calif. This uber-affluent, ultra-anti-gun enclave has reacted to rising crime by hiring even more private security. One private security firm was even hired to provide armed safety personnel at public schools in the city—schools frequented by the children of the rich and famous.

An ad on Jooble even reads: “Urgent! Armed security jobs in Beverly Hills, CA.”

Beverly Hills also contracted several other firms to patrol the area in cars and on foot to help the police safeguard the “luxury capital of the world.”

Meanwhile, well-off residents and business associations in upper-class communities spanning San Francisco and New York to Chicago, Portland and Seattle—all pockets saddled with hostile and restrictive private gun ownership laws—have also turned to independent companies to deter criminal activity.

Even in Washington, D.C., the national beacon for propelling an anti-firearm disposition, [what entity?] has turned to contract security officers out of concern for declining personnel numbers in the strained police resources. And next door in Maryland, the Downtown Annapolis Partnership has begrudgingly admitted they now need to use taxpayer funds to retain private guards to protect prominent areas—guards they cleverly call “safety ambassadors.”

In other words, the unspoken motto from most Left-leaning enclaves is, “We have the money to hire protection, but guns are bad, and if you aren’t rich like us, you are on your own.”

Moreover, wealthy sectors are already at an advantage, as these cities can generally entice more police officers because they have higher tax earnings, which generally means they can offer better wages and benefits.

Thus, if holding down crime is such a struggle for them, imagine the reality most of urban America now has to confront.

What is a better solution? How about enabling all Americans, regardless of social status or wealth, to have the same fighting chance to protect themselves and those they love?

The same political leaders who are quick to espouse “equality” and, in the next breath, champion hefty gun control legislation are the same ones hiring armed private guards. America is supposed to be a land of opportunity and equal rights, not a land where the elites are protected while the average citizens struggle to remain safe.

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DOJ Mysteriously and Dramatically Downgrades Charges Against ‘White Supremacist’ Who Rammed White House Barricade By Bonchie

DOJ Mysteriously and Dramatically Downgrades Charges Against 'White Supremacist' Who Rammed White House Barricade
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On Tuesday, a U-Haul crashed into a barricade outside the White House grounds. Immediately, speculation that the driver was a “white supremacist” after a Nazi flag was allegedly pulled from the wreck. In fact, the flag was spread out and displayed for reporters by the FBI agents on the scene.

Why did they do that? Someone will have to ask them, but the narrative became a lot more complicated after the driver was identified as Sai Varshith Kandula. Needless to say, he didn’t exactly fit the “white supremacist” profile.

Now, in a move that is sure to spark much speculation, the DOJ has suddenly downgraded the charges involved. The original charges were as follows.

While authorities have not provided specific details on the alleged threat, the US Park Police said the man faces the charge of threatening to kill, kidnap or inflict harm on a President, vice president or family member.

The driver also was also arrested on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, destruction of federal property and trespassing, according to the Park Police.

According to a new report (The New York Post), those charges have all been wiped away, and Kandula only faces a single count of depredation of property of the United States.

He had allegedly planned the attack for six months, with his goal to “get to the White House, seize power, and be put in charge of the nation,” records show.


Kandula was accused of threatening to “Kill the President If that’s what I have to do,” and praised Nazism and Hitler.


He was originally charged with threatening to kill, kidnap or inflict harm on a president, vice president or family member, as well as assault with a dangerous weapon, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, trespassing and destruction of federal property, US Park Police said.


His federal charges have since been downgraded to a single count of depredation of property of the United States in excess of $1,000.

Prosecutors told the court Kandula is not a US citizen, according to Fox News.

The first thing that jumps out when reading that excerpt is that Kandula is clearly mentally ill. To the extent that he has any actual ideology, it’s overshadowed by the fact that no sane person would think they could seize the White House and be installed as the nation’s leader. That makes the media’s rush to paint this as some kind of right-wing “white supremacist” attack appear rather silly in retrospect. There was no plan here, and I’m pretty sure a guy named Sai Varshith Kandula isn’t actually a white supremacist. Whether he’s a real proponent of nazism at all is even in doubt.

The other thing to note is that Kandula is not a US citizen. Given that, it sure does feel like the federal government is just looking to sweep all this under the rug, after the preferred narrative collapsed in on itself. Of course, I’m speculating, but why else would they go so soft on the charges after the fact?

In the end, I would guess that Kandula being obviously mentally ill was the biggest factor in downgrading the charges, but shouldn’t that offer a lesson for everyone involved? Perhaps the press shouldn’t jump to rash conclusions in order to try to paint one side of the political aisle with such a broad brush. And perhaps the FBI shouldn’t be displaying nazi flags like trophies without knowing the full context of the suspect’s background. Of course, no lessons.

————————————————————————————-  Yeah I know that this has almost nothing to do with guns & such.  But just when I think that I am way too skeptical & cynical. This sh*t comes around. Grumpy

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19 shot, 10 fatally, at car rally less than 100 miles from Mexico-US border By Bill Hutchinson (I thought having a gun there is a huge faux pas!?!)

19 shot, 10 fatally, at car rally less than 100 miles from Mexico-US border
Security-tight at the scene of a shootout where at least 10 people were killed and nine injured in northern Mexico’s Baja California on May 20, 2023.

At least 10 people were killed and nine were wounded when an apparent team of gunmen ambushed a car rally in Baja California, Mexico, about 73 miles from the U.S. border, authorities said.

The horrific attack unfolded just after 2 p.m. on Saturday in San Vicente, near Ensenada, on the Pacific coast of the Baja California Peninsula, the Reuters news agency reported.

The violence erupted during the last day of a two-day all-terrain car rally, local officials said. Video purportedly of the shooting was posted on social media, showing off-road vehicles lined up along a road and capturing the sounds of screams and numerous rounds of gunfire.

Several people who appeared to have been shot were seen in the online footage lying on the ground.

Multiple shooters wielding rifles emerged from at least two gray vans at a gas station and opened fire on participants of the car rally gathered there, according to Reuters, citing 911 calls.

Following the volley of gunshots, the perpetrators got back in the vans and fled the scene, which is about 86 miles from San Diego, California, according to Reuters.

There were no reports of any arrests being made.

Ensenada Mayor Armando Ayala Robles said state Attorney General Ricardo Ivan Carpio Sanchez commissioned a special group to investigate the massacre.

The car rally was organized by the group calling itself Cachanillazo, which posted a message to Instagram expressing sympathy to those affected by the tragedy, adding that “unfortunately, what happened during the tour was not in our hands.”

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Lawsuit against Target claims men shot at Osceola store were ‘test subjects’ by Daniel Dahm

Jayden Baez, 20, was killed in the April 2022 incident

Surveillance video from an Osceola County Target of the Audi involved in a  deputy-involved shooting in April of 2022
Surveillance video from an Osceola County Target of the Audi involved in a deputy-involved shooting in April of 2022 (Osceola County Sheriff’s Office)

KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Attorneys for three men involved in a deadly incident with Osceola County deputies last year have filed a lawsuit against Target, where the shooting took place.

Jayden Baez, 20, was killed and two others were hurt in the April 2022 shooting, which stemmed from the theft of Pokémon cards and a pizza from the Target on West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway and the ramming of a sheriff’s cruiser, according to investigators.

The lawsuit claims Target is partially responsible because the company allowed deputies to use the parking lot for training, which was taking place at the time of the shooting.

Attorneys say that since the public was not informed of the training, their clients ended up being “test subjects” for the exercise.

The lawsuit seeks compensation for medical bills, mental anguish and more.

Target has not commented on the suit (read below).

23-26-57-643 by Daniel R. Dahm on Scribd

Documents and surveillance video released Monday by the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office provided more insight into the fatal deputy-involved shooting that occurred in a Target parking lot last month.
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Shooting Adam by GRAHAM HILLARD

Community members mourn while visiting a memorial at the school entrance after a deadly shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tenn., March 29, 2023. (Cheney Orr/Reuters)
A Christian perspective on the Covenant School massacre

On the morning of March 27, a transgender “man” named Audrey Hale shot her way into the Christian elementary school that employs my wife and educates my children. The rampage that followed left seven dead, including the shooter, and has been duly chronicled, interpreted, and mourned, both here in Nashville and across the nation.

Despite the fact that no one in my family was physically harmed, or perhaps because of it, I decided at first not to write about the massacre. What changed my mind was an unreported detail, confirmed privately by both the police and a church deacon in charge of the physical plant.

At some point during her spree, Hale went from the school to the (attached) neo-Gothic cathedral and fired seven bullets into a stained-glass figure of Adam, the first man, according to the Genesis narrative. A writer may try for a while to resist such a symbol, but, as the existence of this article proves, he is unlikely to prevail in the end.

Of course, I knew nothing about Hale or her motives on the Monday morning in question. Sitting in my office, working on God knows what, I received an email from my wife alerting me that an active shooter was in her building. As anyone would do under such circumstances, I rushed to my car and began driving in the direction of the Covenant School. Reports of an “active aggressor” were already trickling onto local radio broadcasts, and I learned from one of them that police were setting up a “reunification” center at a nearby Baptist church. Arriving there, I found a sanctuary already beginning to fill with distraught parents, grandparents, police officers, and clergy.

For at least an hour after my wife’s email, I did not know whether my family were alive or dead. (I don’t carry a cellphone but was eventually able to borrow my pastor’s.) For two hours after that, I could not see my wife and children with my own eyes, so agonizingly slow was the police-directed reunification process.

During that mind-focusing span, I acquired a series of insights that had previously been merely secondhand or theoretical. I learned that the ideology of psychotherapy has become so culturally ingrained that assembled parents were urged to “process” the day’s events even as those events remained ongoing. (In an irony worthy of Voltaire, the city-employed counselors stalking the aisles wore rainbow-flag lanyards.)

I learned that the same police force that had run toward gunfire only minutes earlier were utterly baffled by the problem of matching parents to surviving children.

Most important, I learned that my decades-long profession of faith had not been mere words. The believing reader will have a sense of what I mean. In that midnight hour, I had prayed as never before — prayed without ceasing — for my wife and children. Yet I knew with perfect certainty that, if dead, my family were with their Savior. With countless Christians down through the ages, I would repeat the words of Job: “The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away; blessed be the name of the Lord.”

In the days that followed, it would be tempting to exchange this peace for the grim solace of politics. Hadn’t Hale, a former Covenant School student (albeit nearly two decades earlier), chosen her victims for ideological reasons? Wouldn’t her “manifesto,” unreleased as of this writing but darkly alluded to by police, make plain her desire to kill Christians because of their faith? Pursuing these questions, I felt (and feel) a tension that is not just nearly but literally biblical in its resonances. Turn the other cheek. But: “If any provide not for his own, . . . he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.”

These directives are not irreconcilable. Indeed, a Christian in the public square must reconcile them daily, as must any Christian who advocates, protests, or votes. As an individual, I understood, I was called to forgive and could do so easily enough. (Hale was, after all, mentally ill, no matter the fashion of the moment.) Yet it was also newly evident that Christianity now stands opposed to a militant, virulent dogma that brooks no dissent and has in its sights a final victory over nature itself.

It is obviously not the case that transgenderism shot up the Covenant School, nor are transgender people collectively responsible for Hale’s crimes. Nevertheless, the transgender creed, rightly understood, is not just un- but anti-Christian. Having watched the American church abandon the field on marriage, I saw anew that transgenderism would, and must, be different.

It is not enough to say that transgender ideology and Christianity diverge in their attitudes toward the human person. Rather, the two belief systems are so radically incompatible that to embrace one is necessarily to deny the other. Embedded in the Genesis narrative is the idea that sex and gender are essential components of God’s planned creation. We are not our own and cannot, in the words of the theologian Owen Strachan, “make ourselves whatever we would wish to be.” In transgender doctrine, humans achieve ultimate fulfillment by bringing their bodies into alignment with subjective intuitions. Christianity, meanwhile, demands subjugation of the human will to Christ (though perhaps it is better to say that Christianity “promises” or “grants” as much).

Writing this essay, I have tried to put myself in Hale’s shoes, standing before the Creation window, rifle in hand. In the figure of Adam, she must have seen not only a masculinity she could never truly achieve but a vast and unshakable edifice, terrible in its power. Had she lived, she might have come to know its grace. Instead, she chose rebellion, envy, wrath. In clinging to one god, she explicitly scorned another.

Where the matter stands now is as clear as it has ever been, though to acknowledge as much and act properly requires a discernment for which the church has not, of late, been famous. To seek vengeance — to hate our enemies — is a grievous sin. But Christians can never again be silent about what is fast becoming a fundamental moral question of our time, second only to abortion in its cultural and spiritual ramifications.

Some readers will reject that comparison out of hand. I urge them to reconsider. Like abortion, transgenderism asks us to contemplate what may be done by adults to children. As abortion does, transgenderism attempts to remove bodily autonomy from an ethical plane and relocate it in the realm of pure desire. (I grant, of course, that abortion does this with far severer consequences.) Most significant, both issues oblige us to say who shall define reality. Is a fetus a living human being, as science, common sense, and the evidence of our eyes and ears attest? Can a woman become a man? In their deepest essence, the two questions are the same. Shall truth reign, or shall a lie?

It is for this reason, if no other, that the church can expect far greater secular support in the fight against transgender ideology than it received in the latter stages of the gay-marriage debate. Marriage revisionists achieved their victory in large part because the church could find no “worldly” vocabulary for its arguments. Consequently, opposition to gay marriage could be dismissed as so much theocratic gibberish. In the struggle over transgenderism, our adversaries will find it difficult to play the same card again, particularly if activists continue to overreach. Hale shot Adam, but she might just as easily have shot Galen, Darwin, or Mendel. If Holy Scripture speaks with quiet insistence on the subject, science fairly roars.

Yet even if our allies prove inconstant, the church is unlikely, as it has done in the marriage debate, to fall back on silent resistance. The stakes of transgenderism are simply too high. Look instead for Christians to grow increasingly confident if left to strive alone. Not every political dispute touches on the core of what it means to be human, to be created, and to bear the image of God. This one does.

———————————————————————————— Now I don’t care what you do in the privacy of your own home. As long as children or animals are NOT involved. That & PLEASE DON”T TELL ME ABOUT IT LATER!!! But the bottom line for me is that this “creature” was just plain EVIL. Grumpy

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Avoid Being Complacent By Matt Eagleston

After more than two decades in police work, I sometimes struggle not to get complacent on patrol. After you have conducted thousands of traffic stops and, most of the time, nothing bad has occurred, you may not use as much caution as you once would have. After checking your 500th false burglar alarm, do you find yourself nonchalantly checking a business or a residence?


Once, when I was a baby cop, dispatch sent me to a residential burglar alarm. I was walking around the residence, checking doors and looking for forced entry, when I suddenly felt I should look up. I immediately saw a person sitting in a tree behind the house, holding a crowbar. He was taken into custody without incident, thankfully. 

I have heard similar stories from other cops over the years.

What’s more important? Having your gun hand free? Or is it having your ticket book with you?

There were times I wasn’t as switched on as I should have been during a traffic stop or other incident. When I recognize that, I try to raise my awareness and keep it that way immediately. But then, complacency slowly creeps back in.

Have we all done it? Why did we?

So, what can we do to prevent complacency creep? A little mental preparation can help. I will visualize an event, usually a worst-case scenario, and how I will respond. For example, what will my reaction be when I attempt to stop this car, and the driver immediately gets out with a firearm? Do I approach the vehicle? What if they drive off? Doing this keeps the worst-case scenarios fresh in my mind and keeps me on my toes during patrol. And hopefully creates a slightly quicker response to this problem since I’ve already gamed it in my mind.


Teaching recruits will also help keep things fresh. Showing them the right way to do things makes it easier to do them yourself, especially if you just got dozens of repetitions doing it correctly. 

One of the Below 100 tenants is What’s Important Now? Well, is it returning that text? Or paying attention to the world around us?

Oddly, I have some things so ingrained I never forget to do them. I always take my seatbelt off before getting to where I am going. I even do this in my car if my wife is lying waiting for me when I get home. My patrol rifle and shotgun are always accessible, and I check them every payday for lube, problems, battery, etc. I change the batteries in my optics and flashlight every time I change the clocks. I keep my flashlight in my weak hand and carry a spare light with me. I wear my vest and carry a backup gun.

It is easy to get drawn in to our MDCs. What does that do to your awareness?

One instance of a positive outcome – I responded to an attempted burglary in a neighboring town. We have checked numerous buildings throughout our careers, and they are rarely, if ever, an actual burglary. I arrived at the address, a real estate office in a senior citizens community. This community had its own public safety officers who are EMT-trained security guards. They had found an office door that had been partially pried open. The alarm had gone off an hour earlier, but the security officers could not respond because of a medical call. The town police were tied up on a fatal wreck and asked for a state trooper (me) to check the building. While walking the exterior of the building looking for signs of forced entry or damage, I would usually check the property surrounding the building. As I swept the area with my flashlight, I noticed a tree with arms rather than branches. At least, it looked like it had arms because a person was trying to hide behind the tree, and his arms were sticking out both sides of the tree. He was arrested and later admitted to attempting to break into the office. Had I just walked around the building and not been looking and paying attention, I might have missed him hiding in the woods.



If your attention is on the MDC, how much attention are you paying to the world around you?

If you become complacent on patrol or in police work, try a bit of worst-case-scenario planning. You could run through possible issues with your wingman. If you can teach, or be a role player for, recruits, take it. You may find that it helps.

What other things have you tried that worked in keeping complacency at bay?

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A “Red State” or “Blue City” Murder Problem? from the NRA

A “Red State” or “Blue City” Murder Problem?

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s gun control group, Everytown for Gun Safety, ranks the 50 states on how well they have comported their laws to the organization’s civilian disarmament agenda. In doing so, the group describes New Hampshire, with its few gun control laws, as a “national failure.”

That descriptor might come as a surprise to residents of the bucolic northern New England state. According to CDC homicide mortality data, in 2020 and 2021 pro-Second Amendment New Hampshire had the lowest homicide rate in the nation

In the Granite State in 2020, there were 0.9 homicides per 100,000 residents. In contrast, Everytown gun control “national leader” New York experienced 4.7 homicides per 100,000 residents – a rate 5 times higher than New Hampshire’s. Everytown’s highest ranking gun control state, California, had a homicide rate of 6.1, almost 7 times higher than New Hampshire’s. Everytown darling Illinois had a homicide rate of 11.2.

The point is, political actors like Everytown will manipulate metrics to advance their agenda.

In recent years, Democratic enclaves have been conducting an experiment with soft-on-crime policies. Predictably, the national homicide rate has increased alongside these highly-visible efforts.

Understanding that most of the voting public doesn’t condone the intentional promotion of lawlessness, some prominent Democrats have attempted to shift the narrative by making misleading claims about homicide in Republican-controlled “red states.” According to the left-wing talking point, murder rates are worse in these “red states.” Part of the implication is that the lack of gun control in these states is part of the problem.

It should be noted that New Hampshire has a Republican governor that enacted Constitutional Carry in 2017 and both houses of the New Hampshire General Court are controlled by Republicans.

As the American Enterprise Institute’s Marc A. Thiessen pointed out in an October 20, 2022 piece for the Washington Post, the “red state” murder claim is “bogus.” Thiessen explained, “In most of these red states, the high murder rates are driven by the lethal violence in their blue cities.”

Missouri is one of the states with a high homicide rate that those on the left have cited to support their thesis. Thiessen pointed out,

Take Missouri. Yes, it voted for Trump. But it is also home to two of the most dangerous U.S. cities — St. Louis and Kansas City — both of which are run by Democrats… According to the FBI, the state had about 520 murders in major metropolitan areas that year, 20 in cities outside metropolitan areas, and 28 in nonmetropolitan counties. So, the vast majority of Missouri’s homicides took place in its Democrat-run cities.

To elaborate on the matter of St. Louis, the Gateway to the West’s homicide rate per 100 thousand residents exploded from 64.5 in 2019 to 87.2 in 2020. The homicide rate was far and away the city’s highest in the preceding 50 years.

This startling increase in homicides came under the tenure of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner. Elected to the office in 2016, Gardner has worked to “reform” the city’s criminal justice system – often placing her at odds with city law enforcement. Gardner has received significant support from anti-gun billionaire George Soros. As Politico reported back in 2016, Soros is engaged in a wide-ranging effort to remake the U.S. criminal justice system by electing activist prosecutors throughout the country.

Research from the Manhattan Institute also undermines the left-wing “red state” murder factoid.

In May 2022, the think tank published a report examining the 2020 homicide spike using county-level data. The researchers found that “Counties with a higher share of GOP voters not only have lower homicide rates but also a lower growth in homicide rates between 2019 and 2020.” Further, the authors noted, “We also find that there is no statistically significant relationship between the growth in the homicide rate and either the number of Covid-19 deaths or the number of guns sold per capita.”

Researchers at the Heritage Foundation also debunked this Democrat talking point in a November 2022 report titled “The Blue City Murder Problem.”

Examining the 30 cities with the highest homicide rates in the nation, the researchers found, “27 have Democratic mayors” and “within those 30 cities there are at least 14 Soros-backed or Soros-inspired rogue prosecutors.”

To show the impact that “blue cities” have on the homicide rate in “red states,” the authors recalculated several states’ homicide rates when high-crime Democrat-dominated cities and counties were removed from the equation.

In the case of Missouri, the report pointed out that,

The elected officials in the City of Saint Louis, Missouri, are all Democrats. The 28 members of the Board of Alderman are all Democrats, as are Circuit Attorney (the equivalent of a local district attorney) Kim Gardner and Mayor Tishaura Jones.

Saint Louis County is equally lopsided with elected Democrats, including five of the seven members of the County Council and District Attorney Wesley Bell.

The report went on to explain,

St. Louis City and St. Louis County heavily influence the state’s homicide rate, having 46.235 and 14.387 homicides per 100,000 residents, respectively. Removing St. Louis City lowers the state’s homicide rate from 9.363 to 7.482 per 100,000 residents, a 20.09 percent reduction. Removing St. Louis County lowers the homicide rate to 8.395 per 100,000 residents,) a 10.34 percent reduction, while dropping both counties reduces the state’s homicide rate by 35.17 percent to 6.070 homicides per 100,000 residents… removing both counties drops Missouri’s homicide ranking from fifth to 20th in the nation.

Drilling down even further, the research shows that violent crime is concentrated, both geographically and within social networks, even within cities. So, smearing “red” jurisdictions to try to blame the crime wave on a lack of gun control is beyond misleading. But of course, that’s the point.

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As I have said before “Enjoy the decline!” The Lesson Of Jordan Neely: Your Courage And Sacrifice Will Be Punished BY: PEACHY KEENAN

man standing in front of moving subway train

Young American men will be taught the hard way that selflessness, courage, and their masculine instincts will get them 20 to life in prison.

This week, a brave Marine acted when no one else would to restrain a deranged homeless schizophrenic on a New York City F train who was, by all accounts, terrorizing people and shouting “I’ll hurt anyone on this train.”

“‘I don’t mind going to jail and getting life in prison,’ screamed the 30-year-old Jordan Neely, who had 44 arrests under his belt and an outstanding warrant for felony assault (he punched an old woman in the face), as he flailed around throwing items of his clothing. ‘I’m ready to die!’ In response, a 24-year-old Marine Corps veteran put Neely in a chokehold, incapacitating him and releasing him after he stopped struggling and passed out,” Inez Stepman wrote.

When Neely died at the hospital, all hell broke loose.

This is not the first time a courageous man minding his own business has put himself in danger to protect others. It’s happened many times, in fact. Toxic masculinity has saved more lives than penicillin.

But in this case, the erratic lunatic was black, the courageous restrainer was not just white but blond and handsome, and worst of all: the lunatic shuffled off this mortal coil when he arrived at the hospital.

Inevitably, the left’s muscle memory of how politically lucrative George Floyd’s 2020 death was for them kicked in. The Floyd Playbook could be run!

AOC fired up her Twitter and called his death a “murder.” Al Sharpton is polishing his diamond cufflinks before his press conference. Neely’s cousins are getting fitted for new suits before their Oval Office visit. Nancy Pelosi has already ordered the solid gold casket and white horse-drawn carriage for the funeral, which will be held after Neely lies in state in the Capitol. Kente cloth scarves are being passed out in the Old Executive Office Building. Kamala Harris’s speechwriter is ripping nitrous balloons as he crafts her eulogy. The whole band is getting back together!

Weakness Is Strength. Courage Is Hatred

In the aftermath, I tweeted this: “Strong men brave enough to intervene publicly when a deranged lunatic is terrifying people are going to be rounded up first; this is brilliant strategy for the Regime. Pick off the bravest and most selfless heroes first. Leave the cowards behind, who will fall in line fast.”

The worse the subway Viking’s fate is, the less likely any of us, the sane ones, will be tempted to lift a finger when they come for us, our friends, or our neighbors. If the Viking gets 20 years on Riker’s Island, plus some prison rapes and beatings for good measure as the guards look the other way — that’ll teach you boys a lesson.

Since literally the morning the first European settlers set foot in the new country, the ethos drilled into American men is to be strong, be brave, and be prepared to protect and defend your family, your homestead, and your fellow man. This is what men are for, after all. This is why God made them stronger than women. Those biceps are not just for deadlifting. Their main purpose is twofold: wielding a spear for the hunt, and wielding your fists or a sword for defense.

It feels like Good Samaritan laws have gone in and out of favor over time in America. For many years after 9/11, no able-bodied man boarded an airplane without first preparing himself to tackle a terrorist if he had to. Does that happen anymore? Or would the passengers laugh and whip out their phones as the terrorist slit a flight attendant’s throat? You will not go to jail for watching someone beat another person to death as you stream it live on social media. That’s perfectly acceptable now, even encouraged.

But every normal man I know would be unable to stand and watch a psycho assaulting an innocent stranger. My future husband once threw the first punch in a bloody fistfight against a much larger, much drunker man who was persistently harassing me and getting in my face late at night outside a bar in New York City. (My husband won, so I married him soon after.)

You Won’t Get In Trouble for Being a Coward

As an avid Twitter user, I probably see a dozen graphic videos a week of men doing the opposite: standing idly by, shouting approval and laughing, cameras out, as violent individuals assault, beat, rape, and shoot innocent strangers. This violence is almost exclusively black-on-white, or black-on-Asian.

In April, such a video made national news: a terrified young woman in downtown Chicago is knocked down and stomped on by a large mob during a “teen takeover” of the city. Where are all the videos showing the white-on-black and white-on-Asian stompings? I’m sure if they existed, AOC herself would be tweeting them out 24/7.

In this terrible, ugly, upside-down, zero-trust society I’ve been forced to raise a family in, I have developed new survival rules. I have instructed my husband and son to be cowards. That’s right: to do nothing if they are in a situation where a dangerous psycho is threatening violence to a stranger.

I have begged them to sit on their hands; to be one of the people who just watches, runs away, or calls 911. It goes against every chivalric instinct in their bodies, but I do not want them dead or in jail. Instead of being hailed as heroes for saving some old lady’s life, they would be tried as killers and put away for life.

My teenage son informed me he won’t go along with my surrender monkey ethos and is prepared to defend himself and others if he has to. This is a dangerous virtue for a boy to have in a blue city in 2023! Does he want his mother to get gray hair? Doesn’t he know how much good hair colorists cost these days?

I have failed as a mother because I forgot to teach my sons to be cowards.

This week’s watershed event on the New York City F train illustrates the blackpilling utility of my new rules. “Son, you see that damsel in distress over there getting her teeth kicked out by that filthy homeless man? You just sit tight and get off at the next stop and tell the nearest social worker. It’s not your problem.”

Podcaster Aimee Terese tweeted: “A man threatening the safety of everyone else in a tiny, highly populated, contained space, is a liability to himself and to others. The marine is a hero, and we need more men like him, which is why the left is wetting the bed about it. They don’t want that ethos to catch on.”

Courage and Nobility Will Be Punished

Neely was lynched by a racist and this racist will be made an example of. This is a teaching moment for Democrats — young American men will be taught the hard way that nobility, selflessness, courage, and their masculine instinct to defend the innocent are bad. Don’t be like this former Marine!

Mohammed Atta’s immortal words to the doomed passengers of American Airlines Flight 11 were  “Just stay quiet and you’ll be okay.” Of course, it only applies to some of us. The raving maniacs on our subways, in our parks, and on our buses are free to live their best lives.

Democrat politicians have made forced passivity the new rule for normal people out in public. We are all cuckolds now. After all, what other sane choice do we have?


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