I don’t talk about it much; much of it was a long time ago. I wouldn’t say I’m lucky to be alive. I would say it was mostly skill, so I made it through some wild and deadly years. I didn’t think it was so unusual, but it was quite clear that it was an extraordinary life as I’ve grown older. But needless to say, I’ve had lots of guns pointed at me, and I’ve been shot at plenty of times. And I enjoy those kinds of things, so it disgusts me a lot to hear people being babies about how they fear for their lives when they are shot at. Police unions spend much of their lives defending dumb things that their members do, and they have cried wolf too much on the danger that police officers engage. As I said in the above video, I don’t relate to people who panic. I don’t panic about anything, and I never have, so all these police shootings that are happening on what mobs want to make into riots result from a loss of masculinity in the gunfighter process. There are lots of causes for it. But with all that said, we still need the police to protect law and order in our society. If the police make mistakes, I consider it collateral damage based on lousy training. I believe in this topic so much that I wrote a book called Tail of the Dragon, published about a decade ago now. My first book, The Symposium of Justice, published nearly two decades ago, was about this issue to a large extent also. So, I have some passionate thoughts about police efforts, the need for police and justice, and the kind of cool persona needed when in a firefight or a fistfight that requires a lot of experience.
I understand mistakes happen. I don’t understand the female cop who didn’t know she had a gun instead of a taser and accidentally killed the kid they were trying to arrest. I’m sure she feels terrible about it. Like many of these victims, the kid didn’t respect the police, which is a significant problem. Police are trained to subdue their arrestees no matter what. That power goes to the heads of a certain percentage of cops, and that is another problem. And the kind of training we give cops just doesn’t fit the circumstances. I’ve been to lots of gun classes and been around many gun users, and there is a tendency among them to overplay the danger of the weapons, which makes the gun users into panicky messes by the end of it. I prefer the stone-cold competence of the old cowboys who spent so much time with guns that they could spin them in their hands and never injure themselves or others while using firearms. I’m used to people who shoot in SASS and Cowboy Fast Draw who have guns as natural extensions of themselves, not some armed villain that might accidentally go off and kill people on a cross draw. The female cop should have never had a chambered weapon in her gun otherwise would have never mistaken a taser for a real gun ready to shoot. Yeah, I get it; mistakes happen, but these communist plotters who control these inner cities are looking to exploit every mistake for a change state in law enforcement, which is an even worse problem.
However, for context, everyone always says that until you know the raised heartbeat of chasing down some dangerous kid down a back alley who may be armed and ready to kill you, you don’t know what you’d do. Or some guy freaked out on drugs might resist arrest, meaning you need to use deadly force; I can relate. And it doesn’t bother me in the least. People then ask, well, why aren’t you a cop? My answer is that police are too structured for me, and they don’t make enough money. Doing a job for the thrill of it isn’t enough in a world full of options. But deadly encounters are not a deterrent, and there are plenty of people in the world who feel the same way. We need them as cops, not some of this progressive stuff we see today where we can’t discuss the necessity of courage in the workplace or the differences in the sexes. Instead, to avoid the discussion, we give aggressive police training and turn them loose politically ill-equipped for the political circumstances. And when corruption is detected, the police unions cover for their members, making the public suspect every deed was done with suspicion, which has, in the long run, worked against the police.
That’s where the parasite insurgents have come into the picture. They are using these political elements of policing, and the overreactions typical of most police encounters to their advantage whenever a mistake does happen. The people crying over all these black kids dying under police hands don’t care for anything about the black-on-black violence in Chicago every day and night. They don’t care about the many abortions that happen in black neighborhoods all year long. They don’t care about the gunning down of drugged-out thugs by police, only what they can exploit it for to gain political power. And that is the hard truth of the matter. It’s a shame, but that’s what we have before us. It’s not a problem that will solve itself, but one that must be identified, even if the admission is difficult.
Even with all that said, we must stand by our police. The system is imperfect because we are inspiring the wrong kind of people to work in law enforcement. The cool cats who have ice water in their veins are not going to the police academy. There is too much bureaucracy in police work, and people like that don’t have the patience for uniformed work. Who wants the rigidity of police work for payment under 70K? Not the kind of people born with ice water in their veins. But the power-hungry, the overdramatized attention getters, they do. I’ve had excellent friends who went on to become cops, and they made a game of pulling over young girls and making them exchange sexual favors to get out of tickets. Not something they are talking about in the mainstream news, but it happens in every community, and that is because we fail to distinguish the good from the bad and reward the tough and fearless. And in the wake, we end up with a mess. The communists and socialists in these black neighborhoods want to exploit these tragedies to collapse the American way of life. And the media is there to throw gas on the fire to help make it happen. They don’t wish to preserve law and order. They only cheer on the destruction of our nation and the laws that should bring peace but instead usher in an age of terror. It’s a path to hell paved with good intentions, and despite the trouble, we must stand by the cops because it is evident that nobody else will. They need us more than ever and should not be penalized because of their terrible training in the arts of panic rather than courage.
Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior
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