December 3, 2014
Eric Holder has announced that he is going to take more stringent measures against so-called “racial profiling” by police officers, meaning that even though most criminals are Black, and most Blacks are criminal, if a cop thinks a Black criminal may be a criminal and acts accordingly, they will be breaking the law and could receive severe punishment (up to and including being crucified on national media, à la Darren Wilson, apparently).
It matters not that every single fact of the Ferguson case–demonstrated in a court of law–shows that Michael Brown was a typical Black monster who had just robbed a convenient store, and that Darren Wilson was completely innocent and acting out of self-defense when he shot him. Our chimp overlords are making it clear that they are still going to use the case as an excuse to oppress White Americans in every way possible.
Is Attorney General Eric Holder—the chief lawyer of the U.S. Government—really ignorant enough to not know the facts of the Ferguson case? No, of course not. Admittedly, African ape-people are not very bright—even those who occupy high office—but even he is not that ignorant.
We are living in a naked, anti-White tyranny at this point, and I have a feeling it is not going to stop until we make it stop.
Holder said in a speech Monday at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta — where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was a pastor — that he will unveil details of the plan soon.
“In the coming days, I will announce updated Justice Department guidance regarding profiling by federal law enforcement. This will institute rigorous new standards — and robust safeguards — to help end racial profiling, once and for all,” Holder said. “This new guidance will codify our commitment to the very highest standards of fair and effective policing.”
The president instructed Holder to hold regional meetings on building trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve after the conflicts in Ferguson. Monday’s meeting in Atlanta was the first.
Tensions between police and the community in Ferguson boiled over after a white police officer shot an unarmed black teenager in August. Protests turned violent again last week, after a grand jury declined to indict officer Darren Wilson in Michael Brown’s death.
During Holder’s speech, he was interrupted by about a dozen or so protesters holding signs and chanting “No justice, no peace.” Holder let them continue for about two minutes before they were escorted out by security, but then later said, “Let me make one thing clear, I ain’t mad at cha,” referencing the song by the late rapper Tupac.
“It is through that level of involvement, that level of concern, and I hope a level of perseverance and commitment, that change ultimately will come,” Holder said of the protesters.
Did you like the part where Holder quoted the serial criminal, cop-shooting, sodomite rapist Tupac Shakur?
I can’t think of anyone ever who was ever more fit to fill the role of U.S. Attorney General, can you?