NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio proves he despises his NYPD

NYPD and others in law enforcement turn their backs to NY Mayor de Blasio as he speaks at NYPD Officer Wenjian Liu’s funeral after he and his partner Rafael Ramos were assassinated in their car on December 20th, 2014. De Blasio has consistently sided against his officers now and during his political campaigns.

And all other law enforcement officers in the United States.

Not so in Europe, however.

From FoxNews.com:

De Blasio skips slain NYPD cop’s vigil to praise police in Germany

By Gabrielle Fonrouge and Laura Italiano

Mayor de Blasio flew all the way to Hamburg, Germany, to praise that city’s police in a speech — while cops back home continued to mourn, without him, the assassination of one of their own in The Bronx.

“Our right to protest is directly related to the fact that our police protect us,” Hizzoner told a crowd of thousands at the outdoor Hamburg Shows Attitude rally protesting the G-20 summit Saturday. “So help me by joining in applause and thanks for the police,” he said as the crowd cheered.

“There have also been great acts of bravery and restraint,” he said. “Remember, our police are working men and women, too.”

De Blasio’s insult is not the newest of stories but it has taken me this long to process the act and acquire the patience to write a post which, by the way, I’ve started and deleted twice prior, without it containing nothing but expletives and venom.

And back home, the mayor missed an evening vigil honoring slain NYPD Officer Miosotis ­Familia at the 46th Precinct station house where she worked in The Bronx.

Familia, 48, a mother of three, was shot in the head early Wednesday by a cop-loathing ­parolee as she sat in a police command vehicle.

“It’s disgraceful that the mayor is anywhere but at this ceremony right now,” vigil attendee Maria Rinaldi, 53, of University Heights, told The Post.

“I get where he’s at right now,” said precinct neighbor Caesar Montez, 61. “But this is your city. You need to be here when a tragedy like this happens.”

De Blasio gave two speeches Saturday during his all-expenses-paid junket to Hamburg.

I also believe Greg Gutfeld should weigh in, a bit more pointedly.

The New York Police Department’s Sergeant’s union head Ed Mullins said:

“New York City is right now mourning the loss of a police officer who was dedicated to the City of New York, and we have our mayor who has just gone to Germany to join protesters. Is this the type of city we want to live in?”

“We have a very anti-police atmosphere. We are not seeing any kind of leadership that comes out and explains the facts that are out there are not true—the police are not your enemy.”

This is, of course, all in reference to NYPD Detective Miosotis Familia, a 48-year-old mother of three (to include a 20-year old daughter and 12-year-old twins, a boy and a girl), having been literally assassinated, last Wednesday, July 5th, when she was shot in the head by a black male parolee whose social media was riddled with violent anti-police writings, and who was convicted in 2001 for assaulting and injuring an officer with brass knuckles. I’m sure the suspect, Bonds, gave that officer the same chance he provided to Familia; that is to say, none at all. The terrible irony is that Bonds, who is black, killed a black female. But that didn’t matter to him; all he knew or cared about is that she represented the blue.

Familia was shot — I’m sorry, assassinated — in an unprovoked fashion just as NYPD Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were likewise assassinated in cold blood in 2014 as they sat in their vehicle.

Discontent between the NYPD and de Blasio isn’t new, as the NYPD believes — rightly so — that it has been totally betrayed by de Blasio and his Leftist cadre in city hall. He felt just a fraction of that scorn in 2014 following the Liu and Ramos murders.

The only good news in the entire tragedy is that the suspect in Familia’s execution was chased down and himself shot and killed by responding officers.

That said, here is what the quite brave New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio needs to hear in the environment under which his officers must operate.

The same day that de Blasio reveled in the Leftist love heaped upon him in Europe, as NYPD Detective Familia’s vigil was being held in New York, Mexican “comedian” George Lopez thought this graphic would be a grand statement on Twitter.

Right. Perfect. Let’s deport cops.

This is as amusing and humorous as watching an ISIS video in which throats are cut and heads are placed on bleeding bodies in the surf. Ha ha. Damn. That’s so funny George. You must have attended the Kathy Griffin School of Comedy.

But wait. Isn’t it Mayor Bill de Blasio who benefits from his own well-armed City of New York Police Department taxpayer-paid personal security contingent (ten of them, none of whom are Caucasoid) and driver (in a convoy of three very large gas-guzzling black SUVs) every hour of every day whilst at work (and whose security detail Sergeant must be black)? Why yes, he does. De Blasio benefits from firearms and from NYPD officers. But that’s okay. He’s better than you are and, obviously, more deserving of protection and security. You commoner, you prole, you serf, you groundling, you unwashed rabble.

Here, Mayor de Blasio speaks to Mexican Leftist racist “journalist” Jorge Ramos of Univision; of course, to whom one bestows interviews bespeaks volumes about the message one wishes to convey. Here are two Leftists embracing shared memes in their bromance.

Note to de Blasio and Leftists and NYPD haters. Garner failed to cooperate. Therefore, when anyone fails to cooperate you would rather NYPD officers back off and go away? Good to know. When you, a Leftist, are being beaten by an individual and they fail to cooperate with the police it is clear the police should transition immediately into Spectator Mode. Again, good to know.

If Mayor de Blasio hates his officers, and I believe he does, I suspect the feeling is mutual.

The bottom line is this: we all have choices to make in life and, in politics, those choices are frequently even more carefully crafted to align with personal agendas whilst simultaneously sending messages sometimes clear, sometimes not so clear.

To whom do cops go for support or help?

Mayor de Blasio intended to send a message with his decision in terms of action and timing. His message was as subtle as a white-hot piece of rebar rammed up the ass of an enemy: his NYPD and all other law enforcement officers and Sheepdogs throughout the United States. The utter disdain and contempt with which he holds his own officers cannot be contained no matter how hard he tries.

But it wasn’t just Detective Familia’s vigil at the 46th Precinct station house that de Blasio chose to avoid. He also missed the swearing-in ceremony for 524 NYPD academy recruits, officers ready and willing to throw down their lives for the citizens of New York City — and to “Hizzoner” as well.

To Mayor Bill de Blasio cops are essentially immaterial unless they can be useful as tools in terms of various forms of political fodder when necessary.

This is a defeatist and corruptive path which guarantees no security or efficacy for the citizens of New York City.

The funeral for NYPD Detective Miosotis Familia occurred this afternoon. It was attended by Mayor de Blasio. Again, hundreds of officers turned their backs to him as he spoke.

I said it 35 years ago and I say it now.

You get the kind of law enforcement you deserve.

BZ

P.S.

By the way, this is how you back your troops, as NY Police Commissioner James O’Neill illustrates at the funeral for Detective Miosotis Familia.

 

1984 in de Blasio’s New York City

1984 - Big BrotherAnd just how prescient was George Orwell?

“It’s a beautiful thing, the destruction of words.”

“The choice for mankind lies between freedom and happiness and for the great bulk of mankind, happiness is better.”

“Orthodoxy means not thinking–not needing to think. Orthodoxy is unconsciousness.”

“We do not merely destroy our enemies; we change them.”
George Orwell, 1984

From the WashingtonTimes.com:

New York businesses face hefty penalties for ‘misgendering’ customers

by Branford Richardson

Greeting customers as “Mr.” or “Mrs.” — or even not using the pronoun “ze” or “zir” — could prove costly for New York City businesses under rules drafted by Mayor Bill de Blasio’s bureaucrats.

But wait.

STOP THE PRESSES 2This is where I ask quite bluntly: what the fuck is a ze or a zir?

Here’s the problem with Leftists.  Force.  Conscription.  Pushing.  Leftists are not satisfied with allowing people to make their own decisions or to leave people alone.  They must, instead, tear down in order to build back up a system that only they can see and understand.  You, as a non-Leftist, do not have the mental capacity to understand their concepts and, as the menial Groundling, Prole or Serf that you are, you must be forced to comply.  Dissent cannot be tolerated.  Differing viewpoints cannot exist.  You have not the capability to perceive their higher-level thinking patterns and, because of this, there is no other option save that of duress, mandatory compulsion, intimidation and, ultimately, the law.  Further: there must be pain.  You must be punished for transgressions.

LEFTIST WORD POLICEPunished by the Leftist Word Police.

The Gotham mayor’s Commission on Human Rights says entities that fail to address customers by their preferred gender pronouns and titles are in violation of the law and could be subject to penalties of up to $250,000.

Correct.  The “wrong words” escaping your lips can subject your business, in New York City, courtesy of and endorsed and pushed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, to a quarter million dollar fine.

The maximum civil fine that the commission may impose upon “misgendering” is $125,000. But when the violation is the “result of willful, wanton, or malicious conduct,” the maximum fine can double to $250,000.

And just who determines what is “willful, wanton or malicious”?  A council of non-partisans?  A group of randomly-selected persons?  A committee consisting of an equal amount of liberals and conservatives?  No way.  That would be the very same Leftists who wrote and endorsed the original regulation itself.

Oh but wait — as I customarily say — it gets better.

While businesses are held to a strict standard, the guidance makes clear that the government is exempt from the law in “circumstances where certain federal, state, or local laws require otherwise (e.g., for the purposes of employment eligibility verification with the federal government).”

There you go.  The government itself — the entity placing this onerous harness upon the shoulders of business — is exempt.

“All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.”
— George Orwell, “Animal Farm”

This is sheer Leftist insanity.  A truly accurate DSM V would in fact list Leftism as a mental disorder.

Which it is.

BZ

IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH

 

Creating panic in NYC

Thanks, Mayor De Blasio, for creating panic in your city, proclaiming that the sky is literally falling and the city will undergo the worst blizzard in the past thousand years.

Whole Food NYCGood God, man, it’s only snow.

Historic Storm 2015On the other hand, those of you who insist on squeezing yourselves into Demorat-run Herring Enclaves, good for you.  Keep it up.  More Lebensraum for me.

BZ

P.S.
Live shot just outside Whole Foods in NYC.

Whole Foods, Outside

Bloomberg’s Public Housing Fingerprinting Idea Stuns, Infuriates Residents

NYCHAThe American Welfare Drones: give me my Free Cheese and attach no stipulations or responsibilities thereto.

From CBSNewYork.com:

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s latest crime-fighting idea had a lot of people riled up on Friday.

The mayor wants to fingerprint more than 600,000 people who live in public housing. He said it would be done to make the projects safer.

“Five percent of our population lives in NYCHA housing, 20 percent of the crime is in NYCHA housing – numbers like that. And we’ve just got to find some way to keep bringing crime down there. And we have a whole group of police officers assigned to NYCHA housing,” Bloomberg said. “The people that live there, most of them, want more police protection. They want more people. If you have strangers walking in the halls of your apartment building, don’t you want somebody to stop and say, ‘Who are you, why are you here?’”

But residents who live within the confines of NYCHA buildings said the mayor’s fingerprinting idea goes too far.

“That’s like invading someone’s privacy or something. Why you want to fingerprint somebody? It is bad enough you get arrested, you get finger printed, so why you want to fingerprint us? Now Bloomberg needs to get a job. Get out of here already. He’s done. Bloomberg is done,” Chelsea Houses resident Nino Alayon said.

Again, provide us with more Free Cheese and assure us there are no concomitant responsibilities, say the AWDs.  That there should be some kind of obligation attached to goods, services, housing and support provided by American Taxpayer money — heresy, they say!

Bloomberg then focuses more tightly:

“What we really should have is fingerprinting to get in, since there’s an allegation that some of the apartments aren’t occupied by the people who originally have the lease,” Bloomberg said on his weekly radio show.

This is one time when I completely agree with Mayor Bloomberg, and go him one better: not only should prospective tenants be fingerprinted, they should also be drug tested; failure would result in a removal from housing opportunities.

Simple.

BZ