The Best Criminals That Tax Money Can Buy
There has been a sharp uptick in police killings of civilians over the past couple of weeks. We all know how it always goes down, an individual is going about his day while minding their business. Suddenly, the police gets an "anonymous" phone call from out of nowhere about a suspicious individual who lurking in the neighborhood. The police run up on the law-abiding citizen, spray him with scores of bullets, and then ask questions later.....after he's DEAD! Meanwhile, the baddest crew in the neighborhood walks by the police at the crime scene with guns and bazookas dangling from their waistbands, but NOTHING happens to them. It's funny how that works right?
It's no secret that in America, the police's number one goal is to exterminate Black Americans whenever they get a chance to do it discreetly. It's somewhat more difficult for the police to do it nowadays with the surveillance state that their bosses have implemented. However, because they have the game rigged (for now) they'll be able to get away with it. So how did the police get the green light to kill with impunity? I look at it from a chess perspective. In the game of chess, the pawns obviously do all the dirty work. However, what many novice chess players forget is that the pawn can be elevated a queen, rook, bishop, or knight when they reach the eighth level (i.e. the other side of the chessboard). The same rule applies to the police and foot soldiers. They are promised status and a higher quality of living if they toe the line and follow orders to a T. However, what they don't realize is that pawns have a HIGH rate of attrition on the chessboard and in real life.
A myth that's floating around out there is that police officers are getting slaughtered in the streets by the hundreds every year. This obviously couldn't be further from the truth. Yes, police officers do get killed in the line of duty, especially in risky crime areas. However, they're not getting decimated by criminals at an astronomical rate like the MSM claims. Then there's the fact that law enforcement has been infiltrated by white supremacist groups and other racist radicals. I briefly mentioned this in my "The Dragon Bites Back" article. These sinister groups are run by their evil handlers, many of which are lawmakers who have deep pockets and have enough political clout to impose their will on judges, lawyers, governors and mayors throughout the country. Police officers are a key component of the prison-industrial-complex. Not only do they decimate the black population and destroy black families with their well-orchestrated killing sprees, they also arrest black people at a higher ratio than other ethnicity in America. Once arrested by the police, these black men (usually aged between 18-35) are put into the system in order to "legally" nullify the 13th amendment. The U.S. government had to find a way to compete with the Chinese manufacturing monster WITHOUT paying able-bodied American workers a real livable wage. Prison slave labor fulfills this requirement.
Another reason why police are considered untouchable is because they answer to a “higher” authority. In case you're wondering, it's NOT The Man Upstairs. If you're a police officer that wants to be a hard-charger and rise through the ranks quickly you will take at least two oaths. One of them would be to uphold and abide by the U.S. Constitution. The other oath they take is to a "secret order" that supersedes everything in the U.S. Constitution and the laws based on it. Therefore, many of these officers literally get away with murder and get a slap on the wrist. If you're a police officer that really wants to make a difference, you'll take the first oath and will be left to fend for yourself. Because if you REALLY want to protect and serve, you'll be ostracized and will often feel the wrath of your superiors. Of course, that's if you don't get accidentally snuffed out by fellow officers who'll be more than willing to sacrifice you to please their deities, and get that much-desired promotion. Back in Chicago during the Prohibition Era, there were a small group of cops who went out of their way to avoid corruption and uphold the law. These cops were savvy and gritty enough to take down Chicago's most infamous gangster, Alphonse Capone. Their true story, which was told in the movie "The Untouchables" was released in theaters back in 1987. It's cast included Kevin Costner, (who was near the top of the Hollywood food chain at the time) and Sean Connery a.k.a The Original James Bond. Connery's incredible performance in "The Untouchables" earned him an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
For those who haven't seen the movie, "The Untouchables" story begins in Chicago. The year is 1930. The U.S. government's ill-advised and severely flawed Prohibition experiment was three years away from being repealed. Al Capone, being the brilliant mastermind that he was, capitalized on America's lusting for booze. Capone was making a killing financially via his extensive bootlegging networks and other criminal endeavors. He was also literally killing the competition throughout Chicago. The FBI was frustrated because Capone was ruling Chicago with an iron fist and they couldn't do anything about it. The Chicago city government (from the mayor all the way down to the local aldermen) was corrupt and rotten to the core. Many of them were on Capone's payroll, so there wasn't anything that Capone didn't know about. As expected, the police departments were also full of crooked officers who were paid to look the other way when illegal speakeasies sprang up all over Chicago. They also got a taste of whatever liquor they intercepted when they did their obligatory busts to satisfy their shady quotas. These corrupt police officers also kept Capone and his organization in the loop and warned them about any operation that could interfere with his businesses.
The FBI's only hope in Chicago was a Prohibition Agent by the name of Eliot Ness (played by Kevin Costner). He was a straight-shooter who was all about nabbing the bad guys and destroying all that good whiskey, and other amazing types of liquor that Congressman and Senators were secretly enjoying on Capitol Hill. Ness' mission was to find a way to pin a solid charge on Capone and arrest him. Because Capone had every judge, district attorney and potential juror in Chicago on his payroll, the Feds couldn't get any charges to stick. After receiving his orders, Ness immediately began to assemble his team. The first member was Jimmy Malone (played by Sean Connery). Malone was a seasoned Irish cop who detested the rampant corruption throughout the police department throughout Chicago. Malone knew the ins and outs of every precinct, so he immediately knew which officers were on Capone's payroll.
Ness and Malone needed a young police officer that was fearless, kick ass and take names. Malone recommended Ness that they should recruit candidates fresh out the Academy before they were corrupted and tainted by other shady officers in the force. They chose George Stone (played by Andy Garcia), an Italian-American who was extremely intelligent, and was an outstanding marksman. Ness and Malone were very impressed with Stone's academy scores and uncanny shooting ability. Stone's marksmanship would obviously come in handy while going against Capone and his endless hordes of henchmen. The final member was an accountant by the name of George Wallace. Wallace's job was to crunch all the numbers within the books seized from every Capone hideout raid so he can find that magical piece of evidence. Because Capone hadn’t filed his taxes in years, Wallace believed that their best play was to nail Capone with tax evasion. With this knowledge, Ness and his Untouchables crew got to work.
The Untouchables hit Chicago like a gust of winter wind coming off Lake Michigan. They raided hideouts, tortured, maimed and killed Capone's men with a ruthless efficiency. Ness and his men lucked up and capture one of Capone's bookkeepers during a raid on the Canadian border. Unfortunately, while escorting the bookkeeper to a safe location, Wallace and the accountant gets killed by one of Capone's hitmen to prevent him from testifying. Malone, Ness, and Stone began to pick up the pieces and connect the dots on who spilled the intel about the captured accountant. Malone uses his connections within the police department and finds the police chief who dimed him out. Malone confronts the police chief (Mike Dorsett), beats him down and extorts him for information. Surprisingly, Dorsett reveals the whereabouts of Capone's primary accountant and tells Malone that the accountant was about to leave town on a train that night. Predictably, Malone went home and got stabbed to death by another Capone hitman. Luckily, he was able to give the info to Ness and Stone before he passed away. Ness and Stone head to the train station to intercept the chief account before he leaves Chicago. Ness and Stone are knocked off Capone's henchmen one by one until they capture the accountant. Once they capture the accountant, they immediately put him on trial as a key witness. Using Wallace's tax evasion plan, Ness was able to nail Capone and finally put him behind bars.
What's the moral of “The Untouchables” story? If every policeman was truly devoted to justice and upholding the law, we wouldn't have to worry about issues such as police killings, brutality, and corruption. Unfortunately, because the nefarious forces that run our world has infected every sector of our society, it is literally impossible for us to envision or assemble a police force that will protect and serve us with the integrity and intensity of Eliot Ness and his Untouchables.