- New York City's KKK has struck again, and this time with
a blood curdling vengeance accompanied by horrific racist overtones! Will
the unbelievable gun play on the part of Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Commissioner
Raymond Kelly's blue Gestapo ever cease? Not only is there no evidence
displaying any modicum of reform and restraint it's getting a whole
lot worse! And, sad to say, this police violence is worsening and spreading
all over the United States of America!
- On Saturday, this past November 25, at about 4:00 a.m.
in the morning, "undercover" New York City police, using two
unmarked "police vehicles," one a van, descended upon three black
men in a car who were trying to leave a Queens, New York City strip club.
The men had participated in a bachelor party for 23-year-old Sean Bell,
who was to be married later that day. Of course, there are varying versions
of what happened, but the best I could glean from the reports on televised
network news are the versions offered mostly by the police. Just as in
the case of our corrupt, campaign donation-grabbing [bribe-taking] politicians,
the police always have the most attentive ear of the press. Sara Kugler
of the Associated Press offered this version: "The bridegroom, Sean
Bell, 23, was killed and two of his friends were wounded Saturday at 4
a.m., after a bachelor party at the strip club. Suspecting that one of
the men had a gun police fired 50 rounds into the vehicle. The men
- If the police can monopolize our proven-to-be lying media,
it is clear that the police can more easily lie as well. Mounting evidence
of our politically corrupt and morally bankrupt nation continues to confirm
the outrageous contempt that all levels of government in America today
display towards the very people they are supposed to serve. This horrendous
crime shockingly refutes the farce of "protect and serve." Increasingly,
it is projecting the monopoly of force used on the people to terrify, kill
and steal! Not only are the police now the most dangerous element of "the
state," but also that element closest to and in daily contact with
the public. And these close encounters of the worst kind are translating
increasingly into vicious and violently deadly ones.
- Combining the bits and pieces of what was said by the
police and their protective, corrupt politicians, the victims were simply
celebrating Bell's upcoming wedding on that same day. This male tradition,
now obviously a felony offense in the alleged minds of Police Commissioner
Kelly and Larry Silverstein's buddy Mayor Bloomberg, of merely taking a
soon-to-be-groom on his last encounter with sexually liberated and exhibitionist
females in public places, the men were drinking and celebrating and in
all probability, raising a little bit of hell. The state doesn't like
- The undercover cops, more accurately described as racist,
public-hating plain clothes Gestapo, were "investigating" the
establishment. It is totally irrelevant as to why the plainclothes Gestapo
were all over the building; it could have been an undercover drug operation,
or an investigation into CD and DVD pirating and copyright infringements.
The latter undercover operation created an incident and was the excuse
for the KKK's murder of African-American Ousmane Zongo for running away
from a KKK member disguised as a postal worker and brandishing a gun.
- For his crime of running away from a screaming postal
worker brandishing a gun, [postal workers don't shoot people, do they?]
he was eventually trapped in a dead end corner of the warehouse which had
been targeted for the "undercover" operation, Zongo was shot.
He was obviously first shot in the back twice, considering that he was
running away from his potential killer, and then two more times while probably
lying on the floor or turning in pain. For this wanton and unjustified
act of murder of an unarmed man fleeing in terror from a gun-brandishing
maniac, the KKK member, one Bryan Conroy, received four years in jail.
Four years! But not to worry the good judge merely put him on probation
for five years. The killer never saw a day in jail.
- Are the "crimes" of drug trafficking, which
was not proven in fact at the time of the undercover operation and shooting,
or CD and DVD "pirating," so heinous so as to justify police
"shoot-to-kill" procedures? Obviously not! So the KKK had to
come up with some justification. The best time to get at the truth is
at around the time of the incident, before the media can coordinate their
concocted story or provide the public with the outrage-stifling appropriate
propaganda. This, of course, accounts for the delay in "getting the
facts" or conducting the "appropriate inquiry."
- Remember the immediate aftermath of TWA 800, when a military
reservist and high-ranking officer and pilot was interviewed by the media
shortly after the plane went down? He offered in a televised interview
that while flying his military aircraft in the immediate vicinity of the
ill-fated Boeing 747, he spotted a missile heading for the plane. This
was an immediate on-the-spot eyewitness testimony, quickly marginalized
by the press, and then dismissed and ignored by the FBI.
- Remember the immediate aftermath of the crash of AA587
in Rockaway, Queens? Two eyewitnesses on location were interviewed by
two different TV network news broadcasts. Amazingly, just as in the case
of TWA 800, when an actual eyewitness attempted to offer an explanation
in TWO SEPARATE live broadcasts at different times, both the audio and
the visual reception became momentarily garbled, impaired and unviewable.
How coincidental. Nonsense! FBI operatives at the scene and shadowing
the TV broadcast crews "jammed" the transmissions with electronic
devices they had in their pockets.
- The immediate account at the scene given by an eyewitness
during an early broadcast was really not an eyewitness account at all;
he was, instead, an EARwitness. He offered that first he heard only
a "few pops." But after those, however, he heard the fusillade
that made up the bulk of the 50 shots fired by the five KKK members emptying
their military semi-automatic pistols at the unarmed males trapped inside
the vehicle. If, as some female Dr. Mouthpiece of the NYPD suggests, the
men were using their automobile as a weapon to kill police thereby providing
the KKK with the right to completely surround the car and use deadly force
by pumping 50 bullets into it, why didn't they take cover instead from
this dangerous band of criminals and their deadly automobile? Why did
they stand out in the open, surround the motionless car, and fire continuously
at it not caring if the people inside were really criminals or not, and
knowing full well they were in the process of murdering human beings?
How could the car be moving and trying to run down police and yet be surrounded
at the same time?
- The story offered by the KKK, and soon to be offered
by politicians Bloomberg and Kelly themselves, will be that the undercover
cops overheard a dispute between their victims and others. They offered
that Bell, or one of the three, mentioned the word "gun." Obviously,
considering the staggering and continuing gun control hysteria launched
by the Zionist media [N.Y. Times, Daily News, Newsday] and New York's Zionist
politicians [Schumer and Clinton], merely saying the word "gun"
constitutes a "hate crime" punishable by immediate execution
on the public streets. They seem to be employing the same type of anti-gun
terrorism tactics made famous by other fellow gun control politicians:
Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, et al.
- The KKK will offer that since these men were probably
going to be involved in a possible altercation involving a firearm, this
justified the KKK in perpetrating the required and legally sanctioned public
street execution. Never mind that the police surrounded the "moving
vehicle" and blocked their "escape" which prevented any
of the three men from going anywhere to "get a gun." And if
they already had a gun in the car, why didn't they use it to protect themselves?
And precisely what kind of gun were they speaking of a rifle, a
shotgun, pellet gun, howitzer, or a handgun? Does it matter? They were
never allowed to leave the area of the club!
- The sequence, first of a few shots, and then a whole
lot more afterwards, suggests that possibly the police, in their unmarked
van, instigated the incident by moving their vehicle in the path of the
three men that were trying to leave. And, of course, the cops knew the
men were black. Now if you had overheard threats being exchanged by these
men and others, wouldn't the action of an unidentified van preventing the
departure of the men in their car and coming at them with guns constitute
the real threat? Isn't this similar to the Bush regime doing 9/11 and
then using it as justification to attack innocent Iraq? Does one see a
pattern here? The government launches an investigation [selective intelligence]
and then asserts its authority, and if the slightest resistance is offered
by the victim, responds with brutal violence and deadly force.
- The first shots terrorized and partially crippled the
driver, Bell. In an effort to escape their attackers, who the victims
rightfully assumed were the very individuals they had an earlier verbal
altercation with, they did indeed attempt to escape, and possible rammed
the "police" vehicles they had no way of knowing were police
vehicles. It is even doubtful that they knew or were given the opportunity
to know that their attackers were police in the first place. Think of
the Zongo murder by an undercover cop. The excuse in all of the NYPD KKK
murders will be the same as always: a police officer will not be charged;
it will all be shrugged off as "improper procedure" or a "breakdown
in training" requiring yet more "training."
- With the foregoing as preparatory background, which I
believe to be more realistic than anything that will be offered by the
lying cops, their protective lying politicians, and their lying, enabling
media, let's look again at what was quoted in Kugler's AP article. Here
is a preview of how the NYPD will package the shooting: "The gunfire
in the current case stemmed from an undercover operation inside the Kalua
Cabaret, where seven officers in plain clothes were investigating alleged
prostitution and drug use. [Commissioner] Kelly has said the groom was
involved in an argument outside the club after 4 a.m., and one of his friends
made a reference to a gun. An undercover officer walked closely behind
Bell and his friends as they headed for their car. As he walked toward
the front of the vehicle, they drove forward -- striking him and an undercover
police vehicle, Kelly said. The officer who had followed the group on
foot was apparently the first to open fire, Kelly said. One 12-year veteran
fired his weapon 31 times, emptying two full magazines, Kelly said. Bloomberg
also said police appeared to have violated the policy stating that officers
cannot shoot at a vehicle being used as a weapon if no other deadly force
is involved. Bloomberg was steadfast, however, in his support for Kelly,
who has been denounced by some activists since the shooting. The five
officers were placed on paid administrative leave and had their guns removed
while the investigation goes on. Michael Palladino, president of the Detectives'
Endowment Association, defended the officers' actions and said police were
responding to the threat of the car. 'The amount of shots fired does not
spell out excessive to me,' Palladino said."
- Isn't it easy to dispute both the NYPD's explanations
as well as their justification for the use of such excessive deadly force?
Undercover investigations into both prostitution and drug use, the latter
not even involving trafficking but only possible "use," were
the basis for this intrusion into an after hours place where patrons were
just trying to have fun. And their intrusion is similar in nature to that
in the Zongo case in that a place where people normally conducted business,
normal activities the KKK didn't bother to scope out in advance as they
should have done, led to another chase incident and unnecessary death.
Why then are such extensive undercover activities even necessary, or at
least not better planned, by these gun-toting "professionals?"
And why the uses of deadly force in such victimless crime undercover operations,
when victims may not even realize they are being attacked by police because
of the undercover nature of their surveillance? The victimless nature
of these crimes against which undercover operations are conducted by stressed-out,
nervous, trigger happy cops, are the product of untenable over-legislated
prohibitions against certain citizen behavior. Such behavior isn't criminal
in the first place, but rather excuses to intimidate and subjugate an unarmed
populace. These brutal acts of cold-blooded murder are reprehensible,
even in rapidly freedom-deteriorating America.
- And in the midst of all the fog and gun smoke, along
with the neutralizing effect of the myth of "extensive investigations,"
and the long period required to "get to the bottom" of what really
happened, and the baloney and propaganda delivered by the politicians and
their enabling media, we have, once again, the Reverend Al Sharpton, providing
an even greater stabilizing/neutralizing effect. Sharpton never saw a
photo op which he couldn't convert to publicity yardage. There have been
many times in the past where black demonstrations could easily have been
described as manufactured incidents and police confrontations. In so many
such incidents, Sharpton was clearly on the wrong side of the issue. His
frequent "appearances," especially his wrong-headed approaches
in the past, have now marginalized him as a champion of the people. His
"leadership" will serve only to neutralize angry blacks who have
every right to be angry, and every right to be violently demonstrative
in this relatively new arena of the totalitarian American police state.
- The people will always be abused by the state. Whether
it's high taxes, deportation of our jobs to provided advantages for our
politicians, or slaughtering our own citizens in order to slaughter more
in our military for other nations, or for large corporations and oil and
military industrial conglomerates, the American people are the last line
of defense and hope for a free world. If our black brethren believe it
"should burn baby burn," then I will now stand with them! Power
to the people!
- © THEODORE E. LANG 11/28/06 All rights reserved
- Ted Lang is a political analyst and freelance writer.