Bitches, Don’t Call 911 To Help Us Anymore

From Daily Mail post “Burglarized homeowner, 73, shot dead by cop ‘failed to drop his gun despite being asked five times because of significant hearing loss from Vietnam War’” by Hannah Parry dated 2 August 2018 and updated 3 August 2018:

Cops say they shot dead a Vietnam veteran with hearing loss, who was protecting his family from a naked intruder, after he failed to drop his gun despite at least five requests.

Decorated veteran Richard Black, who had ‘significant’ hearing loss from his military service, had grabbed his handgun after Dajon Harper, 26, broke into his suburban Denver home and tried to kill his 11-year-old grandson.

Moments later police responded to the family’s desperate 911 calls about the break-in, and shot the heroic grandfather through the front door, before handcuffing him on the floor of his own home. Black died a short time later in hospital.

Now Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz has admitted the police never identified themselves before the officer shot Black.

And Black’s stepson Chad Hayashi insists he never heard any of the ‘five orders’ from police for his stepfather to drop the gun before they shot him.

‘I was told that he was told to drop the weapon and he didn’t,’ Hayashi said. ‘I never heard anything about ‘drop your weapon.’ There was no warning at all. They should have been yelling from the moment they hit the driveway, 80 feet down. It’s a long driveway. They should have been yelling, especially as many police officers as there were on scene.’

‘They shot the first thing they saw moving, in my opinion,’ Hayashi said.

Evidence shows that the officers appear to have opened fire without even entering the house. A cop shot Black, four times, through the open front door.

From heavy.com post “Richard Black: Tribute to Aurora Homeowner Shot by Police” dated 31 July 2018:

On July 30, 2018, at approximately 1:29 a.m., the Aurora Public Safety Dispatch Center (PSDC) “received multiple 911 calls advising there was a disturbance in the area of North Iola Street and East Montview Boulevard,” a police press release reported.

The PSDC “received another 911 call from an adult female at 10609 East Montview Boulevard advising an adult male intruder was breaking into her home.”

More from the post “Burglarized homeowner”:

Portions of the audio and video are hard to understand because of background noise, including screaming, but the police chief said a forensic review will try to clear it up.

A family lawyer said Black’s wife, Jeanette, gave an emergency dispatcher physical descriptions of Black, her son and the intruder, but Metz said those were not found on any of the 911 recordings. Black was white, and Harper was black.

The Black family said in a statement released by police that Jeanette Black’s 911 call was difficult to understand and acknowledged the police department’s position that the officers did not receive descriptions.

Jeanette Black was heard on bodycam footage saying, ‘He has a gun,’ as police arrived, but Metz said he does not know if the officer heard that.

In one of several 911 recordings released Thursday night, a woman who identified herself as Harper’s mother told the dispatcher that her son was on drugs but was unarmed.

‘He’s literally kicked in some people across the street door. He’s on some type of drug or something,’ she said frantically.

‘He’s running through the neighborhood busting cars, busting in people’s doors while they sleep. I don’t know what he’s on. He’s bleeding.’

The woman later said Harper is ‘hurting this little baby. He kicked in their door.’

Harper, who was released from prison in February after serving time for weapons and menacing charges, broke into the home by knocking open the front door.

The police chief said Black acted heroically to protect his family but also defended the actions of his officers, including the one who killed Black, a fellow military veteran who was involved in another fatal police shooting just over a month ago.

The officer returned to duty 14 days after that shooting, which Metz said was much longer than the minimum three days of leave recommended by the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

‘They were not reckless. These officers responded how I would expect them to respond, given the very limited information they had,’ he said.

Sighing and looking down at the floor, Metz said the body camera video was heartbreaking.

‘I can tell you that when my folks sat around the table and first saw it – and I’m talking about police personnel who have been on the job 25, 30 years who have seen just about everything – there wasn’t a dry eye around the table,’ the chief said.

‘It is very horrific to watch, not just from the standpoint of watching a man who saved his family get shot but also knowing what that little boy was subjected to,’ he said.

The fundamental point I want to make about the death of Richard Black was that his wife called the police and directed them to her home, presumably giving the exact street address.

From “HPD WARRANT: What was found in southeast Houston home after deadly drug raid” by Miya Shay and Jessica Willey, and dated 8 February 2019:

A 911 call from the mother of now-deceased suspect Rhogena Nicholas put 7815 Harding Street on police radar. Sources close to the investigation say her mother called reporting the 58-year-old was doing drugs inside her own home.

That call on Jan. 8 prompted a drug investigation, Chief Art Acevedo said last week. Now Nicholas and her husband, Dennis Tuttle, 59, are dead, four officers are recovering from gunshot wounds and everything that happened before is being questioned.

Another problem? There is nothing in the returned warrant showing heroin, or paraphernalia related to heroin. Police say a confidential informant bought heroin at the house the day before.

The fundamental point I want to make about the death of Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas, husband and wife, was that Rhogena’s mother called the police and directed them to her daughter’s home, presumably giving the exact street address.

Due to excellent reporting by commenter fuzziewuzziebear, we know that 7815 Hardy was the actual drug house and that 7815 Harding was the home of the couple killed to execute, according to the ABC 13 video with the next referenced media post, a no-knock search warrant. I’d be curious to know if the police officers, in plain clothes and apparently never having scouted the ‘drug house’ with all 10 of their own eyes, were wearing badges. If they were wearing badges, do you think the couple had enough time to notice the badges and make the correct decision to show the dehumanizing deference necessary to be spared execution?

The administrative class, aptly populated as it is with cliquish useful idiots who are capable of autonomic deception and thrive within almighty herd narrative, is increasingly forceful about relative rank by patronage, defined by comparative freedoms of latitude. Increasingly they are not just incompetent at but hostile to all manner of stewardship that involves that confusing 3rd dimension of elevation above the animals. Materialism is a 2-dimensional view of culture. More evidence of this ruinous aptitude is provided by Vox Day regarding the U.S. navy.

To all the men who read this, if the females around you do not regard you as an authority figure, do not permit them to be a part of your personal life and do not have emotional attachment to them. Women are incompetent at 3D riches because, again, they are liberated to choose what their brain stems decide. I’m guessing that’s pretty much all women.

To all the women who read this, don’t call 911 to help anyone not exclusively you. Your daddy-husband mercenaries complex will drop dead any white man not groveling with abject cowardice from the word go, and let’s see about you as this your decline intensifies. You herd right on up to whatever superlative authority there is and align your disloyal, self-serving interests so. If you really want to know why you can’t find a husband, it’s because you kill me as much as you can when you can. Supply and demand, that’s what you understand all too well.

Furthermore, these are your stages of ‘awareness’ in a post-feminism police state: (1) pre-wall privilege, (2) post-wall denial, and (3) post-wall acceptance. The first two stages are required and the last is optional in whole and in part. The hamster is what the hamster says.

Warning: video volumes vary so please be cautious with your initial volume setting.

This is pre-wall privilege in the person of the damned beautiful, in body at least, Alissa Violet as she was in October 2016:

“It is Saturday morning! I’m gonna go to the gym right now. That’s why I’m in gym attire. Hello, those are my nipples.”

She has no idea what’s coming for her because she has only experienced social buoyancy on the strength of male hormones and mass beta male slavery. What awaits a woman like herself? Let’s see, shall we?

A commenter on Chateau Heartiste, Jay in DC, identified a video that identified a video by Natalie McCollam. Here is a sample of her work, “But That Happens to Men Too! Why don’t you care about the men!?”:

“When you start to figure out that you are part of an oppressed population, huhh, … umm, … and you start to see the systems that allow, err, that are supporting your oppressive, oppression, I think when you start to identify your own oppression and how that’s happening to you, it becomes easier to align yourself to understanding other people’s oppression. So I think that that’s why a lot of times feminists are more readily accepting of, um, you know, when people are speaking out against racism. We can understand, we can see that that system’s happening because we are literally living along side it. It’s just a slightly different thing. Or, you know, poverty systems. Things like that. Um, I think that once you understand that way that the system effects YOU, it can be easier to understand and align yourself with these other values. Um, but, let’s about what a systemic issue is or what a particular—let’s talk about what a woman’s issue is, because, you know, like I said there’s multiple topics I speak on, but my main topic is women’s issues. Um, and so let’s talk about what a women’s issue is.”

Honestly, the sensory tsunami of her message verbal and emotional is amazing for all its expediently congruent density. She has skills. She’s no femme fatale like Lauren Sanchez, who I suppose sells more or less exclusively by demonstrating rather than telling, but what salesbroadship even for a middling woman! The coordination of it all is something I could never do. BTW, Ms. Sanchez, if you give me your full blown intimacy journey ecstasy, I will blog any nicest things about you that you want me too, just make be believe in romantic love to escape this shit reality, please, my darling.

It’s so much harder for post-wall women to close the sucker sale, ain’t it? Unless you are Lauren Sanchez, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Pattie Boyd, etc. Kimberly, same offer, my sweet. Pattie, it’s not looking good for us, but if you still got game. You can guess the critical differences of circumstances between prime baby factory Alissa Violet and nearly retired baby factory Natalie McCollam, can’t you?

Well, all you sexist pigs, you would be wrong. Worldliness and careers make middle-aged women hotter than eva! Faced with the rejection of the cock carousel, some women are smarter at their ad copy than others, whether it’s by sincerely or by superficially recognizing men have needs and a unique power of civilized masculinity now in short supply.

From video blogger Georgia Free, “Thoughts on hypergamy (as a woman)”:

“I just have to face the fact that finding a mate is, basically, an exercise in self-centerness. Hi, guys. It’s Georgia. This video is about hypergamy, which is something I’ve wanted to talk about for a while now. And I want to talk about what I think about it and how I deal with it as a self-proclaimed woman of high value, in the current dating world. Haahhmm.”

Stage 3, mentally wife material at least:

I know from being told by my mother and by numerous women who skillfully rejected my advances that ‘it’s what’s in my heart that counts’ and that I’ll ‘find the one’ so ‘don’t ruin our special friendship’. I was your fool, you winning broads, not knowing the depths of foolishness that were possible. You wanted this freedom from my loving stewardship. Die then like me in your every fondest wish made irreversibly manifest.

Yes, you threw away the loyalty goggles that would have made you beautify for a life time in the eyes of a nice, dependable man. And you threw away the man along with his romantic goggles. Now we can’t protect you even if we wanted to, so it does not matter that this mess of your political power gone amok is our esoteric little secret, useful idiot. Better to burn out than fade away, amirite?

Before 2030 we will all be consumed by the intoxicating flames of your (((special))) love, like so:

Women age like milk,
 Men age like wine.
Free women make foolish decisions,
 From which they can never recover.
Free men make foolish decisions,
 When able as husbandry lover.
Thereafter disabled,
 Warn we a brother.
To let it burn.

—‘Reality’ Doug, 11 February 2019

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About ‘Reality’ Doug

I'm feed up with herd people, so civil and uncivilized, these feckless barbarians with manicures. Where is Galt's Gulch? and where are the people to go there? Who am I? Who is John Galt?
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2 Responses to Bitches, Don’t Call 911 To Help Us Anymore

  1. As a wise old ‘Spherian said years ago “Never confuse a woman’s actions for strategy”.

    I too was thrown away by several ‘girls next door’ who touched my cheek, looked into my eyes with what can only be called smug pity … said they valued my friendship too much … and ran to catch the 9:00 Carousel.

    Two or three decades pass; they’ve all come back around. They have nothing left that I want, and I have nothing I want to give them.

    I know where they’ve been. And they know that I know.

    They traded Love for Money, Sex and Power and they will end their days with None Of The Above. Nothing to be done.

  2. sue says:

    Dear Reality, milk sours quickly. But have you noticed, most wines have a bitter aftertaste? Recently, i learned the wines of today are of a much higher quality than wines of yesteryear – because of (man-invented) electricity and such. But still, regular brands from the state-store have that bitter aftertaste – maybe the $100 per bottle stuff does not, but that’s a waste of money.

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