1 October, 2019

When Cops Are Called “The Problem” (Rather than Non-White Gang Members, Drug Addicts, etc.) in a Major Newspaper, the Wheels are Starting to Come Off Your Country

Posted by Socrates in black crime, black culture, jewed culture, jewed media, Jewish behavior versus White behavior, Jewish democracy, Jewish genetics, Jewish history, Jewish intermarriage, New York Shitty, New York Times, police, Social Justice Warriors (SJWs), Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline at 1:58 pm | Permanent Link

The New York Times, which has been Jewish-owned-and-controlled since 1896 when Adolph Simon Ochs took control of it, is called “America’s newspaper of record” since many nationwide newspaper articles originate from it [1]. Both Purnell and Stahly-Butts, the authors of the controversial NYT op-ed, are Black. Two news quotes about the op-ed are here: “I feel like, in this country, it has gone too far,” the former Tucson, Ariz., police officer told “Fox & Friends First.” You, too, huh?? I’ve felt that way for decades. Maybe you’re catching up. “The piece, entitled: “The Police Can’t Solve the Problem. They Are the Problem,” was written by attorneys Derecka Purnell and Marbre Stahly-Butts and focuses on the 1994 crime bill signed into law by then-President Bill Clinton.” When last I checked, the police didn’t make laws. They enforced laws that were previously made by jerkoffs and assholes in the state legislatures or in the Congress; that comment isn’t defending cops, that’s merely pointing out fun legal facts.



[1] The New York Times is owned by The New York Times Company, which is controlled by the Jewish Sulzberger family. After Adolph Ochs died, another Jew, Arthur Hays Sulzberger (his son-in-law) took over, and he was succeeded by another Jew, Orvil Dryfoos (whose mother was Florence Levi), who was succeeded by still another Jew, Arthur Ochs “Punch” Sulzberger Sr. The current publisher of the NYT is Arthur G. Sulzberger, who took over from his father, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., who is also chairman of The New York Times Company

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