September 22, 2018
My entire thing is that all of you people need to be working on your own lives and getting into positions of influence, rather than marching through the streets and planning some kind of goofy street-war revolution.
But when you get into these positions, you need to keep it cool.
Push things, but don’t ever push them further than the natural bounds allow. And definitely don’t get caught on video saying something that goes beyond what you are allowed to say.
A New Jersey sheriff who was recorded making disparaging remarks about African-Americans and the state’s first Sikh attorney general has resigned, the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office said Friday in a statement.
“The Bergen County Sheriff’s Office announces that effective this date and at this time Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino has submitted his resignation as the Sheriff of Bergen County,” said the statement, posted on Facebook.
The statement said four others also resigned, effective immediately: Executive Undersheriff George Buono, Undersheriff Robert Colaneri, Undersheriff Brian Smith and Undersheriff Joseph Hornyak.
The announcement came after Saudino said in an earlier statement, released by a spokesman, that the remarks were “not representative of the person that I am and they are in no way consistent with the manner in which I have conducted my life personally and as a law enforcement professional with over 46 years of service to the residents of Bergen County.”
WNYC public radio obtained the tape from a person who was present during the meeting between Saudino and subordinates. It was recorded on the day of Gov. Phil Murphy’s inauguration in January.
On the recording, Saudino is heard saying Attorney General Gurbir Grewal was appointed because of “the turban.”
That isn’t even “disparaging” of the individual himself.
It is a comment on the system of “diversity” that promotes brown people because they want to replace white people.
He also said Murphy’s policies would allow blacks to “come in, do whatever the (expletive) they want, smoke their marijuana, do this, do that. And don’t worry about it. We’ll tie the hands of cops.”
That is also not “disparaging.” It is a comment on a policy trend, which is written about in mainstream news, of not policing blacks under the premise that it would be “hatred for the color of the skin” to do so.
On the tape, Saudino also wonders aloud whether Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver, who is not married, is gay.
That is also not “disparaging” – it is just normal talk that people talk about.
In a statement Thursday, Murphy called the comments “appalling” and said if the voice on the recording is Saudino’s, then he should resign.
“Without question, the comments made on that recording are appalling, and anyone using racist, homophobic, and hateful language is unfit for public office,” Murphy said.
Grewal, who worked closely with Saudino when he served as Bergen County prosecutor before being appointed attorney general, echoed Murphy’s call for Saudino to resign.
“I have thick skin and I’ve been called far worse,” Grewal said in a statement. “But the comments about the African-American community are wrong, racist and hurtful. New Jersey and Bergen County deserve better.”
You weren’t “called” anything. Neither were the blacks.
This is some very thin shit right here.
Pretty soon, we’ll be at the place where you can’t get fired for saying this sort of thing.
But there will still be things you can be fired for saying.
You need to be aware of how far you can push things – have your finger on the pulse – and make SURE not to blow your positions.
A lot of our guys are already in place. These guys were. But they got sloppy, now they’re fired.
The kikes know that so many of us now know about them and their evil ape armies. And they are on the hunt to get as many of us out of the way as they can before it is time to start making power-plays on a scale that you can’t even imagine.
You’ll know when the time comes.
Until then, hold your shit together.