The National Association Advocating for Criminal People is at it again, trying to take advantage of the recent scandal of a police sergeant who falsely claimed to have been shot. They want the officers of NCPD to receive 'sensitivity training' because the sergeant claimed black folks were involved.
Your Lowcountry police officers are 'sensitized' to death as a result of this multi-culti mumbo-jumbo which has invaded our country over the past few decades. The following quote is taken from the 2010 North Charleston State of the City address.
"In 2009, the Department implemented a program to take rookie officers who had just graduated from the Criminal Justice Academy and place them in the communities that they serve prior to hitting the beat as a cop. The immersion project required the officers to spend five days being exposed to the Hispanic, African American and homeless communities. It is within these communities that we
have the most violence and other crime problems. The officers conducted interviews, attended diversity presentations, and even served food at a Homeless Shelter kitchen.
As a result of this training, each new officer begins their career with a deeper understanding and respect for our community members and leaders. This program will become a part of our training curriculum."
Notice they weren't exposed to folks in gated communities like Coosaw Creek. They weren't taken to North Charleston High School and exposed to the people they might have to fight in the streets. They weren't taken to MUSC and exposed to the blood and gore they will inevitably encounter. They weren't spoken to by grief counselors who could provide helpful insight on how to deal with families of victims.
We spoke to a long time member of the department about this program and were advised it was no longer restricted to rookies. All officers have to attend classes where they are 'talked to' by folks like Rep. David Mack, Pastor Robinson of Mt. Moriah Baptist Church and other 'black leaders'. Strangely enough there are no white pastors or state representatives brought in. The folks 'teaching' these classes subtly point out the latent racism they believe is inherent in all non-minority police officers and provide instructions on how to 'understand' the black community and the black condition.
In our opinion the only thing officers need to understand about the black community is the fact that ten percent of them are terrorizing the other ninety percent. True domestic terrorism is occurring in our communities on a daily basis. Read the news. It is unfortunate that groups like the NAACP would rather support the ten percent.
Lest you forget, the organization is pushing hard to have the Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground type laws repealed. If they have their way all a black criminal would have to do is kick in your door and say, "Gibs me yer shit!" Your only choices would be fleeing, simply handing over all your stuff, or going to jail for shooting the thug. But hell, you owe it to them anyway. Right? Now you know why we call them the National Association Advocating for Criminal People.