Are The Police On The Side Of Nationalists?
A lot of people on the Alt-Right or from older nationalist movements have started to point out that the police are not exactly on our side. Recent police treatment of nationalists is…a mixed bag at best. Sometimes they do their job and protect nationalists at protests and arrest the people causing damage and looting (almost always Antifa) while other times they step back and give Antifa as well as other groups ‘room to destroy’ like they did in Sacramento and Berkeley. Other times, they go out of their way to beat up nationalists.
So how should the Alt-Right and other nationalist movements treat the police?
Let’s just step back and cover some basics about what police officers are and aren’t before we make any rash conclusions. Firstly, these are not idealists. They are for lack of a better word, ‘normies’. They care about getting paid, they care about keeping their job long enough to collect that cushy retirement package, they care about what their fellow officers think about them and they care about not being thought of as racists by the public.
Often times, people on our side will project their beliefs onto members of the police force.
The police have to deal with the vibrant diversity day in and day out, they must be secretely red-pilled!
That line of logic assumes that once a person sees non-White criminality they will suddenly become White Nationalists. Using that logic, Hipsters living in the gentrifying parts of the inner city should all secretly be Alt-Right shitlords, no?
A better explanation takes into account the fact that the red-pill has two stages.
The first step is triggered by experiencing cognitive dissonance. Harsh reality or a good argument has to poke a hole in the neophyte’s understanding of the world. Once that person is experiencing cognitive dissonance and doubt, the red-pill arguments can be slipped in. As the neophyte loses his grip on the old reality he thought he knew, he is given another more grounded view to swing onto, like a child on the monkey bars.
That is how most of us got red-pilled, even if we don’t realize it.
I doubt most of these police officers were presented with info graphics on IQ and race after their first shoot-out at the local inner-city crack den.
And let’s be honest here, a lot of people that join the police are not the best and brightest our society has to offer. They are firmly average in the IQ department. And that’s not ad hominum on my part. The police actively discriminates against high IQ candidates. They openly say that they don’t want particuarly smart people for the job. And people that aren’t particularly smart tend to just go with the herd. It’s just what they do, they can’t help it. To have an original thought, you need to have an above average IQ.
Now, what tips over the scales in terms of analyzing the police is the fact that there are a lot of police officers that abuse their power. I would go so far as to say that many of them actively get a thrill from lording it over civilians. Now, that is not to say that I buy into the Black Lives Matter narrative that KKKops are targeting black youfs just to rough them up and sprinkle some cocaine on their corpse to justify the extrajudicial killing.
That is pure wishful fantasy.
The stats do not uphold this victim narrative. If fact, it turns out that the police are actually far more likely to kill Whites than Blacks.
And that’s a sobering thought about how ‘based’ our cops are.
If I had to guess, I’d say it’s probably because they are afraid of being called racist and losing their jobs by shooting a Black. But if you kill Whitey, no one utters a peep, so that one’s a no-brainer. Some might say that they might even have an incentive to try and even out the massive racial statistical discrepency in killings and arrests that arises from feral nog behavior by overcompensating with Whites…but those people are conspiracy theorists and you should pay them no mind.
So where does that leave us with the police?
Some advocate the Alt-Right calling out the police on their bad behavior. Getting up in their face and calling them traitors, cowards, and cucks. Viscerally, I suppose it would feel good. Are these people right though and is it wise for the movement to take an antagonistic stance to the police?
Certainly not at this stage.
For now, we are nowhere near big enough to even seriously consider forcing the police with an ultimatum or some other laughable LARP fantasy. We have to cooperate, despite our reservations about the character and competency of the force as it exists now. If they do their job, we don’t have to go bare-knuckle with Antifa, so we have an incentive to convince them to do their damn jobs and provide protection for anyone protesting their right to free speech or advocating for White interests.
We should also consider that many in the police force are indeed potentially red-pillable. If they are White and have to deal with non-White criminality day in and day out, they may start to experience cognitive dissonance about the leftist equalist narrative. The Alt-Right has to provide the explanation for what they see or they just remain hanging on the previous bar, arm grasping for the next bar but clenching only empty air.
On the other hand, there are many problems with the police in America and in Europe. And we should not mince words about what an abysmal job the police has been doing in protecting our civilization’s borders.
They are the enforcers of an anti-White system. As much as they also keep the criminal elements in our society in check, they also keep us in check. And we are left like the kids from this MDE sketch, between a rock and a hard place.
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There are no easy answers, but prudence and Realpolitik should dominate our attitude towards law enforcement going forward. We work with sympathetic police where we can, we reach out to open-minded officers if we can and we avoid antagonizing them.
Who knows, maybe when we are having 10k strong rallies every other month there will come a time for ultimatums and choosing. But until then, we keep our cool, keep our smiles fixed on, and we remember to say “sir”.