By Andrew Anglin @DAILY STORMER
With regards to the Minnesota killing of Yoga instructor Justine Damond by the beloved Somalian cop, I am not of the opinion that it was likely malicious in the sense that the Somalian was like “emmm, boutta be keel me da wite bitch nah, hggghhh.”
More than likely, the shooting was the result of his abhorrently low IQ and savage lack of impulse control.
Of course, the fact that he did not turn on his bodycam makes it look like it was some kind of weird murder, but in all likelihood, the cop he was with was also black and it was just standard operating procedure not to follow standard operating procedure, since the white who run the department don’t expect anything out of these affirmative action hires and they can’t really get in trouble for anything.
Except accidentally shooting some woman who called-in reporting an assault. They can get in trouble for that.
Now we’re hearing that he shot her because he heard a loud sound, and that makes sense to me.
The Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed Australian woman Justine Damond heard a loud sound near his squad car before firing the fatal shot, according to information released Tuesday by investigators.
Damond approached the driver’s side window of the police vehicle immediately after the two responding police officers heard a loud sound.
The officer in the passenger seat, Mohamed Noor, fired his weapons through the open driver’s side window, according to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA).
This is an alteration from the original claim that he fired the gun through the door. And it makes more sense. Car doors have some stopping power.
The officer driving the car, Matthew Harrity, interviewed with the BCA, but Noor declined to be interviewed.
Police in Minneapolis are re-evaluating their body camera policy, the city’s Assistant Chief Medaria Arradondo said at a press conference Tuesday night.
He said the city is eight months into the department-wide rollout of body cameras and that the review focuses on how often officers activate them.
Noor has three complaints against him on the force, according to records from the city’s Office of Police Conduct Review. Two of the cases are pending, while the third was dismissed without discipline.
According to the BCA’s preliminary investigation, Noor and the officer driving the car, Harrity, responded to a 911 call from Damond about a possible assault near her home around 11:30 pm Saturday night.
Harrity said he was startled by a loud noise just before Damond approached the driver’s side window. That’s when Noor fired his gun, according to Harrity.
The officers did not turn on their body camera until after the shooting, and the incident wasn’t captured on squad car video either.
Harrity told investigators the officers got out of the car and gave Damond immediate medical attention.
No picture of Harrity is available yet (if it was, Heavy would have it).
Yes, This is Related to Other Police Shootings
Even while the races are reversed, the Jewish media is presenting this as identical or at least very similar to other police shootings.
The Australian media is literally talking about “gun violence in America.”
And though it is not the point the media is trying to make, there is some truth there.
After the shooting of Michael Brown, a large black male who attacked white officer Darren Wilson and tried to steal his gun, in Ferguson, Missouri, the climate of policing changed, because the officer was investigated for defending himself against an attacker. A media was was also launched against him, demonizing him as a murderer, and the then-President Barack Obama effectively condemned him.
The police have pulled back from direct policing, as they are afraid of being charged with murder – as several cops after have been following the Brown media hysteria – if they are put in a position where they have to discharge a weapon self-defense. This has led to a sharp increase in violent crime across the board, and is referred to as “The Ferguson Effect.”
The Ferguson effect is the idea that increased scrutiny of police following the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri has led to an increased crime rate (or sometimes increased murder rate) in major U.S. cities. The mechanism usually suggested is that police have less vigorous enforcement in situations that might lead to backlash, though other mechanisms are suggested. The term was coined by Doyle Sam Dotson III, the chief of the St. Louis police, to account for an increased murder rate in some U.S. cities following the Ferguson unrest.
The concept has been criticized by some academics and politicians as being inaccurate or non-existent, including former President Barack Obama.
During this same time period, the Obama government and the media ratcheted-up pressure on the police in a propaganda war, accusing them of being evil agents of white supremacy, which has resulted in more and more frequent targeted attacks and assassinations of police.
While the general population isn’t aware of just how often cops are being shot randomly by blacks who have been agitated to do so by the government and media, because the media itself tends to downplay or just outright not report these attacks, the police are certainly very aware of this.
All of this combined has led to a climate of paranoia and loathing among the police generally, and in the case of a very low IQ Somalian, I’m sure that paranoia could lead to an unfortunate situation like the shooting of Justine Damond.
So, There are Multiple Factors
This situation is getting a lot of media coverage, so it is up to us to keep pushing the narrative across social media, in comments sections, elsewhere on the internet and of course in real life.
The first and foremost issue of import here is the double standards with which the Jewish media is covering it. It is simply outrageous that when the races are reversed, they claim “another case of police brutality,” when the singular factor behind the police brutality to begin with – accord to them, the media – was white racism.
This is literally the MSM line: “This shooting of an unarmed white female by an affirmative action Somalian immigrant black cop is the latest in a string of police killings involving what some believe to be racially-motivated bias against black youth by police departments plagued with racism.”
It is a bizarro/opposite world situation which is very easy to draw attention to. And as always, drawing attention to bizarre media narratives brings people over to our way of thinking each and every time we do it.
The second most important issue here is that Noor never should have been allowed to become a police officer, and this virtue-signaling and affirmative action is dangerous.
However, there is something to the fact that the police are being put under such huge amounts of stress, that it is difficult to expect even high-IQ white police to do their jobs correctly.