- Wasn’t killed by cops, and
- Wasn’t issued a citation, and
- Favorably wrote about the cops on Facebook
What a unique and novel concept for black males to consider.
Armed Black Driver Uses Facebook to Support Two Cops Who Pulled Him Over
by Awr Hawkins
On October 27, driver Steven Hildreth Jr. was armed and wearing a hoodie when he was pulled over for a broken headlight in Tucson, Arizona.
The officers had to disarm Hildreth because of the close promixity of his Glock to his wallet. After checking his registration and dialoguing with Hildreth, the officers returned his Glock to him, complimented the way he had treated them, and sent him on his way. When Hildreth got home, he returned the compliment by taking to Facebook to point out how reasonable the stop went and how approaching officers with respect instead of divisive language and movements might be the key to more reasonable stops around the country.
Mr Hildreth ended his Facebook post with this:
I’m a black man wearing a hoodie and strapped. According to certain social movements, I shouldn’t be alive right now because the police are allegedly out to kill minorities. Maybe… just maybe… that notion is bunk.
Maybe if you treat police officers with respect, they will do the same to you.
Police officers are people, too. By far and large, most are good people and they’re not out to get you. I’d like to thank those two officers and TPD in general for another professional contact.
We talk so much about the bad apples who shouldn’t be wearing a badge. I’d like to spread the word about an example of men who earned their badges and exemplify what that badge stands for.
Because of this incident, are things going to change in the black community?
No, of course not. This man is a soldier with the National Guard. In the eyes of Black Lives Matter he’s already a “sell-out.” He’s already defending the Caucasoid Power Structure. He hasn’t called Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke an “Uncle Tom.” He hasn’t continuously spread the “hands up don’t shoot” lies about Michael Brown. He’s not advocating the killing of cops.
In truth, black lives don’t matter. Certainly they don’t matter more than anyone else, they don’t matter to me and they don’t matter to the bulk of the US. They sure as hell don’t matter to politicians locally, at the state level or in DC. And they don’t matter to the American Media Maggots. Black urban male lives are useful only as tools to angles on various stories for the AMM.
Maybe Chris Rock had it right in this video, made a number of years ago, after all:
Young urban black males have become something of a doomed culture. One of the largest things that doomed cultures lack is the ability to conduct introspection and self-examination. This requires not only self-awareness but an amount of education, which by and large most urban blacks not only do not seem to possess but apparently have no interest in acquiring. That mindset does not allow for alternate propositions or methods. To a degree various corruptive cultures are also responsible for the overall decline of this nation. The “gangbanger” culture has been more corruptive than most and runs across all — and I mean ALL — ethnicities. There is Mexican rap, there is Tongan rap, there is Icelandic rap. This stems from the young black urban male culture and is endemic globally. It is not a productive cultural element.
The corruption has been so terribly inculcated over the years that most urban blacks are completely unaware that those who “promise more” to blacks are actually their slavemasters, and provide the chains with which altogether too many blacks willingly and ignorantly bind themselves.
The Demorats, under Johnson’s “Great Society,” helped to remove the black male from the family equation by dint of cash promised to young black mothers without fathers. When blacks discovered they could get cash in certain non-familial situations and, further, acquire more cash with more children, the culture was on its way down. This, of course, bled over into the rest of the nation and helped to create the dooming entitlement philosophy.
Here’s the bottom line.
Black lives don’t matter to each other.
So I have to ask an obvious question that apparently others haven’t the intelligence or courage to pose: if black lives don’t matter to each other, then why should I give one whit about whether an urban black male dies or not?
It is an amazing thing to me that there isn’t a mass uprising of those persons who finally realize what is being done to blacks by blacks.
I summarize: it would appear that most evidence — clearly provided by Demorats and Leftists — indicates that black lives truly do not matter.
When I see blacks respecting themselves, I may change my beliefs.
A little respect goes a long way.
I’m not holding my breath.