I Would Have Used The Term “Somali Policemen”, But Kudos Nonetheless

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8 responses to “I Would Have Used The Term “Somali Policemen”, But Kudos Nonetheless

  1. That’s a heck of an investment. Stencils and cheap spray paint gets more bang for the buck. Extra points for glow in the dark paint.

    • Au contraire.

      Those signs went internet-viral worldwide same day like a week ago, for the cost of a couple of metal signs, and the investment of wit to do it.
      They can’t take a bow, but those guys should be national treasures.
      You can’t buy that kind of free publicity, and even if the offended coptards there take the originals down, the Internet is forever.

      This was a world-class epic troll of MPD, and worth every penny, with a multi-million-fold return on investment.

      They’re now tagged with that sign for decades, whether the signs are posted on the streets or not.

      But now that it’s established, the follow up should be to wallpaper the Twin Cities with lower-cost poster knock-offs, that can be slapped up en masse, and repeatedly, until it’s not worth the effort to fight them.

      It also hits three of Alinsky’s Rules For Radicals dead-on:

      Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.

      A good tactic is one your people enjoy.

      Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, polarize it.

      This effort gets 10/10.

      • wendystringer48088

        “I Would Have Used The Term “Somali Policemen”,…”
        Respectfully, in my opinion, “Somali Policemen” would be viewed as a bit racist and would have been a bit too narrow,
        “Twin Cities Police” does just fine, as it covers all the police on that force.
        Can’t discriminate, right?
        Ok then.
        Let them all own it and get tarred with the same brush.
        Let them all realize that if they have an incompetent affirmative action hire on the police force and they screw up they will all look bad.

        @Aesop:
        “They can’t take a bow, but those guys should be national treasures…”

        The point to me is, they, and people like them, are out there. They came up with a good idea and executed it and it was up long enough to make the point.

        Sure the Somali Policemen are still on the force, and the police can still kill anyone with impunity, and it may not change the way things are going in the long run, but any defiance that is well organized and carried out and effective might cause some people to wonder what is possible down the road…

    • And there’s not telling how much of the taxpayers money the city will spend tracking down and prosecuting whoever is responsible for the obvious “hate speech.”

  2. Ouch, it’s important to call it what it is.

    DW

  3. DWEEZIL THE WEASEL

    Many have posted here that Europe is lost. I would add to that. Most Blue Hives here in Amerika are lost also. I have absolutely no sympathy for anyone who is whistling past the graveyard which is the Twin Cities. I am sure the Jews who stayed behind after Uncle Adolf seized power deluded themselves in the same way.
    This is what happens after years and years of Farmer-Labor Party Socialist control along with the full support of the ELCA and other leftist Lutheran NGOs. Let the meltdown continue. These Cosmic White Marxist rat bastards and their useful idiots deserve everything bad that happens to them.

  4. Someone who has the will, to be a god-like prowess and beneficence who will come to be honored as a divinity. This act is simplistic yet powerful, and makes me ashamed that I spit fire but have not committed one cosmic event. >>>>>>>>>>>> We need more hometown heroes <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

  5. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.