Police Mentality

This is a new one: French collaborator police are attacking… not the patriotic Gilets Jaunes protesters this time but… the firemen. Twitter user @BasedPoland regularly posts short videos of French police brutality toward their own people. I understand that policemen behave like mindless obedient animals but even so, how can they live with themselves.

This is why they do what they do. Uniform, gear, small unit tactics turn you into a different person while in character. This goes a long way toward understanding police mentality. Someone once explained how early on during the Yellow Vests uprising, one group of riot police would block protesters on one end of the street while, unbeknownst to that squad of cops, another police unit would block them at the other end. The two units would, by design, not know about each other. Therefore, each group of cops would become frustrated with the protesters that were prevented from moving in either direction. There are also other methods of whipping up anger in well-disciplined cops. For example, order them to stand in one spot for several hours on a hot or a cold day.

When left-wing hippies of yesteryear protested, the cops’ disgust with them needed no explanation. But when the protesters are of similar right wing, patriotic alignment as the police, the cops’ antagonism toward them needs to be stoked more creatively by their superiors. Yet same principles apply. Uniformed, disciplined men — who are warriors by nature — feel contempt for the disorganized men around them. None in uniform, many with unruly hair, women among them, each moving and shouting of his own volition. The uniformed man starts to hate what he sees as an affectation of higher intelligence, higher status, higher moral standing in the protester. Unlike the hippies, whom law-and-order cops saw as upper-class subversives, patriotic protesters trigger the cop’s defensiveness about his own image.

The cop doesn’t want to be there. But then he sees an earnest, tragic countryman looking right back him in the protest standoff. He sees this earnest patriotic protester judging him, the cop, to be a mindless obedient animal. The protesters won’t move back. They shout insults instead. They play martyr (in the cop’s ego-protective interpretation) and this infuriates the cop. The hand itches, the police phalanx is released to move at will and he starts smashing the protester’s head with his baton.

Collaborator police have no excuse of ignorance.

52 thoughts on “Police Mentality

  1. Hard to sympathize with the firefighters when they’re waving banners of CGT, a communist trade union.

    If I lived in such a multi-party kleptocracy, I’d be seriously looking to emigrate. Street violence in France has long been highly ritualized and theatrical but it’s getting less so, and will at some point explode into another Revolution, with a death toll potentially in the millions.

  2. Several points.

    1) When police start using violence on peaceful protestors they instantly lose their mandate and authority.

    2) Never come unarmed to a baton fight. See the Ukraine ” revolution” for examples.

    3) In most nations the Police is there to protect business / corporation , the ruling class, and the elites. Not you.

    4) The french pigs are cowards who only attack huwhytes, while pissing in their pants at the thought of going into a mudslime ” no go zone “.

    No excuses for them or our homegrown variety. Ask yourselves this:

    What kinds of kids became cops from you school ? There’s your answer.

  3. […] how can they live with themselves.[…]

    Suicide rate within the French Police force is at a record high.
    Quite obviously many can’t live with themselves anymore.

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  5. “different person while in character.”

    Ex-military, I know the game. You form up, stand straight, shout your answers, no deviation.

    Was surprised to learn, decades later, that this is how they train LEOs. Not in the nuances of how to conform to our Constitution, not in how to avoid unreasonable searches and seizures, not in how to presume innocence until guilty, not even in how to avoid collateral damage when emptying your magazine.

    I have some inside experience, hence my comment. Once I saw this sh1t, I jumped ship.

    No doubt I’m on a list.

  6. Spring 1967 was at University of Paris when the Jewish War of 1967 was happening. From the available news it looked to be touch and go for the Jews. Well on the university campus many of the Jewish students & supporters went into the streets to march in support of Israel chanting that support. The manager in the building in which I was staying took me aside when I tried to go out and view the ruckus gently sending me to a second story sitting room to watch and thereby keep me safe. What I saw were the gendarmes break up the marching and chanting protesters with their weighted capes & truncheons and throwing the bloodied students into “meat wagons” to be driven off site somewhere. Inside of half an hour the area was swept clean and not a protestor was seen. There was nothing about the affair in the newspapers the next day. I don’t recall any riot gear on any of the gendarmes. But that same week, I viewed French soldiers in riot gear surrounding the Élysée Palace where Charles de Gaulle resided. The soldiers were in busses and looked ferocious and ready to quench any uprising. Yes they had guns.

    Dan Kurt

  7. “Yes they had guns.”

    6,000,000 guns, no doubt.

    “Kurt” is, curiously, the shortened form of “Kurtz,” which mean “shortened.” As you no doubt you are.

  8. Every police officer in uniform working against Gilets Jaunes, who hasn’t resigned by now, should be at the very least prosecuted for felony crimes, and made to serve real time. Are the police despised by the protestors?

    Don’t the French have a reputation for being reasonable and thorough and subtle and just, in their civil thought and processes?

  9. “What kinds of kids became cops from you school ?”

    For once, we agree.

    Fuck cops.

    What I hated most about BLM madness was that it pushed shitlord Whites into sympathizing with police.

  10. Very powerful. And that’s brother on brother. How Suburbacucks do not pause to consider how it’s going to play-out in a multiracial US if (when) social unrest comes here, I cannot fathom.

    @mendo, excellent comment.

  11. I’m law abiding so I don’t generally have problems with the police. Even so, I do think BLM tended to alienate white people who are also concerned about the excessive militarization of the police. I could see myself being on board if it wasn’t such a black thing.

  12. ” I’m law abiding so I don’t generally have problems with the police. ” = ” I dont care about illegal searches, I have nothing to hide ”

    Law abiding out of fear or do you believe all laws are just ?

  13. It’s a shame that all of that fighting energy in the video is brother-on-brother and not to cleanse France of every non-white. The ultimate fault is with the leaders on every level. Imagine what can be done when all those big jacked French men are ordered to cleanse the country. There is something about spilling impure blood in their national anthem if I read it right.

  14. Depending on where you live, cops can in fact be decent guys in everyday situations. Always take care to live where the typical county cop is a young huwhyte man. I generally have good rapport with them. The point is that everything is fine, until Your Existence becomes against the law. Then, what do those White cops do? Say, homeschooling, or owning a 22 rifle, or whatever you consider to be your inalienable right becomes illegal. Will the pigs kick in your door or will they have a shred of conscience. You never know.

    Black cops can be “cool” in that black charm sort of way, but they will be the first to pull the trigger because you scratched your ear.

  15. A .22 isn’t even a firearm IMO. If it doesn’t start with 3+, or have 3 numbers in its caliber, it’s a popgun.

  16. I like cops on the regular. But just remember, the job description is: rush in and do violence to anyone who doesn’t voluntarily agree to your state’s legislation.

    “Rush in and do violence.” This is who they recruit.

    I’m glad we have cops. But remember the job description and consider who wants to apply.

  17. ” I’m glad we have cops ”

    We dont have ” cops ” we have a full fledged police state. In a functional huwhyte society cops would be preventing silly teenagers from committing minor vandalism, or breaking up a small fight between two drunk guys. For an example think of British Police of the past. They didn’t even carry weapons, their ” power ” stemmed from the respect they got from society. In fact, those before mentioned drunk guys would probably apologize to the cops later for even causing a raucous. Of course this would be in a normally functioning huwhyte society.

  18. Amon Ra, that’s 100 percent true. To have a normal society again, we have to remove all Diversity from it. That’s the dream of the 21st century.

  19. Same as first commenter Dave pointed out. These are not firemen but CGT members (communists). It’s difficult to understand how evil these people are if you are not familiar with the intricacies of french politics.

    First of all the CGT used to have 4-5 millions members back in the 60s and were one of the main forces behind the mai 68 movement. During the following decades using their power they obtained ridiculous advantages for their members – retirement age at 58, 25 hours workweek, job for life (you cannot sack a civil servant in France) and the likes. Since then their membership shrank to a mere 600’000 (with population of France doubling in the meantime) however through laws they managed to keep their power and the advantages they had obtained. They can practically be considered as some sort of new nobility. Most of their strikes are actions to _keep_ their unfair benefits, as individuals, under the guise of defending the poor worker, which they are not.

    Second there’s a subset of mentality shared by many Frenchmen, especially when one is leaning towards the far left side of the political spectrum: “la fin justifie, les moyens” (the end justify the means). Basically they believe it’s perfectly normal, even courageous, to take people (be it train passengers, motorists, patients in hospitals, etc.) as hostages to leverage bargaining power with the government. They truly believe this deep down and then regularly proceed to do so to defend their God-given right to a 25 hours workweek.

    I’ve been taken hostage once a while back. Main train station of Paris shut down for hours because 20 trade unionists walked onto the tracks singing ‘L’internationale’ and electricity had to be cut to avoid a “tragedy”. Thousands of people boiling inside trains with no A/C in the middle of June with 30°C+. The police was sent on site, mostly to keep the people being taken hostage from attacking them. We were _asking_ for police brutality.

  20. In addition to Vox Popoli, Gab, and various twitter accounts, The Daily Stormer is a good place to get your daily news. Anglin wrote an article about Iowa congressional candidate Bobby Schilling firing his campaign coordinator for inviting Nick Fuentes to speak at an event at which he gave an anti-immigration speech.

    At this juncture, any support of immigration of any kind brands you enemy or enemy’s tool. Two points. One, there is this boilerplate language that promoters of globalism press to the metal. Anyone who says things like that exposes himself as fully owned by hostile billionaire interests. Once we have our own countries again, anyone who had ever spoken those words will be shunned as traitor filth:

    “He stands for hate speech. His views are racist and anti-Semitic and they in no way reflect my own. There is no room in this country for racism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia and hate. I celebrate people of all backgrounds.” – Bobby Schilling

    Notice, also, that this is the establishment’s only kind of language on any subject connected to the destiny of Western peoples. Absolute, moralistic, feigning childlike disgust with the very idea of us having a future. It’s not a “I disagree because…” It’s this hysterical shriek instead.

    Two, look at this guy. Not a high-integrity face. It’s the face of a male-equivalent of a porn actress who puts no limits on degrading herself:


  21. Also, what’s this “Bobby” business. Robert is a good name. My first name also has a diminutive version but I don’t use it because I’m not five years old. You can be a Bobby, a Jimmy, a Ronnie, a Donnie if your place in life is to be one of the guys, a favorite uncle, and such. A perfectly good thing to be. But if you want to be a leader of any kind and have any kind of a public life, do call yourself by your adult name.

  22. @Anon
    I don’t have any good reason to break the law. I appreciate my local police. They care about my town (they also live here) and have always been fair in my dealings with them. I don’t have any affection for other police departments, though. I especially don’t trust big city police departments.

  23. Lara, that’s exact right. Same with local fire departments and so on.

    Big city and Diverse PDs are to be steered clear of and never trusted. Local communities that are in fact communities get the benefit of the doubt. A sign that you might have trustworthy police is that most of the the blue collar and service sector workers in that area are legacy American Whites.

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  26. “…a good place to get your daily news.”

    Best to not to get your news on-line or off-line; both veer unreliable when abhorrent screens are polluting the scene-scapes. I used to glean my societal updates mostly from an admiral atavistic journal run by veteran print aficionados, ‘Whaler’s Brailler,’ but the foremost editor apparently retired on health grounds. They’re history. The outlet I occasionally visit now offers a slight improvement in objectivity, but the correspondents seem to have broadaxes to grind that are somehow already minced within their translucent, crisis-dissecting conciseness. A veritable lanai for reportorial lucidity nonetheless.

  27. How ((( they ))) operate.

    ” Teach humanity that its a “dog eat dog” world of individualistic, ruthless capitalism…. And then play the game as a pack of wolves. “

  28. Why are all the representatives of the conservative / ” pro – huwhyte ” movement strangely
    off – white ? Remember, anyone who gets consistent media coverage is a tool for ((( them ))), willing or not.

    ” Perhaps the most obviously bizarre thing about his particular case is Nick Fuentes is a quarter Mexican, although he looks white. I think a lot of his white fans are willing to overlook that because he supports their cause, or maybe it’s a reason for his popularity in an odd way—if a person with a Spanish last name says these things, they can’t be racist, or not racist racist. “

  29. On names: growing up I went by my nickname, a variation of my Christian name that ended in ‘y’. After graduating high school I knew/figured it was time to drop the ‘y’ since it sounded rather childish at 18.

    It fits me better than my given name since I don’t fit what my given name is. I think in all honesty my parents didn’t know what to name me and just named me after my father.

  30. When the “Boogaloo” as y’all call it, starts. ANY government agent that shows up for work. UNDER ANY CONDITIONS. Is automatically a target. They are and have always been the enemy of all freedom. They are a brutal sadistic organized crime organization. No better than a Mexican drug cartel. Those that disarm and stay home can be dealt with at a later time for there many and unforgivable crimes. BUT ANYONE putting on the uniform on day one is declaring themselves to be members of a death squad. No mercy.

  31. There is pushback. And sadly, it puts more Normies, cucks, and sheeple into the arms of the: “Thin Blue Line”. On 12/7, two cops were whacked. One shot behind the police station in Fayetteville, AR; and another shot in Houston responding to a DV call. We can read the truth on Mr. Whitehead’s website: The Rutherford Institute, all day long. But, you will not convince the groups of clueless Amerikans which I have referenced above. It’s kind of like my Drill Sergeant used to say: “…one aw shit cancels out five attaboys.” Plan accordingly.

  32. Wow, speaking of Suburbacucks… George Zimmerman suing everyone involved in his railroading for $100M. That guy epitomizes a liberal mugged by reality.

    Before: “I am the last person who ever expected to be accused of being a bigot. I am Hispanic. My mother is from Peru. I speak fluent Spanish. I was an Obama supporter and a social activist. Just a year earlier, I had led a community-wide effort to get justice for Sherman Ware, a homeless black man who had been attacked by the son of a white police officer. I was also active in a mentoring program where I spent my spare time (and money) with black teens whose parents were in prison

    After: “This lawsuit is also for the Bell family, whose sons were falsely accused of involvement in a tragic gym accident that caused the death of Kendrick Johnson. This lawsuit is for Officer Darren Wilson of Ferguson, whom even Eric Holder had to admit was falsely accused of shooting a man who allegedly put his hands up. This lawsuit is for the police officers in Baltimore, both black and white, who were falsely accused of harming Freddy Gray in order to justify mob violence. This lawsuit is for Brett Kavanaugh and any future Supreme Court nominees falsely accused of crimes they did not commit to prevent their nominations.”


    As Sailer pointed out, poor George. Had his last name been Cruz, this would have never happened. Anyone remember that ‘shop job where his hair and skin were bleached into a South Boston neo-nazi type and gave him a shwastika face tattoo? Good times. Good times. Rank and file cops caved on him too. Never underestimate the power of a pension to get someone to completely sell-out their country, their brother, and their principles. Gov knows this for d*mn sure.

  33. When will the uniforms, gear, and small unit tactics could spur ICE to crush the leftist-zionist mob?


    There is something to the idea that law enforcement is played against patriotic (read: White) protesters of any sort, yet we never seem to see them losing their temper and smashing Black Lies Matter or Antifa heads. That leads me to believe that the orders are much more straight-forward and the collaborator police much more culpable.

    “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?… The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If…if…We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”

    ― Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn , The Gulag Archipelago 1918–1956

  34. ” ICE to crush the leftist-zionist mob?

    ICE is full of mestizos and affirmative action hires. I wouldn’t expect much from them.

    Here’s a sneak peak at the future of our Police forces.

    – So you thought South Africa was safe? –

  35. World War 2 killed between 50 to 80 million, mainly huwhyte people, Imagine how many potential huwhyte babies were lost. Ask yourself who benefited ?

  36. Interesting comment by Bruno above, giving more background information on certain types of police vs union protesters clashes in France. A subject I am completely unfamiliar with. Unfortunately it sat in my spam folder all day. I just saw it now.

  37. Nice post over at Western Rifle Shooters — thanks for the link.

    I can’t remember where I saw it, but I’m pretty sure that Max Boot, or some other Chosen One, tweeted out something about Trump and/or his supporters being more loyal to Russia as a “White nation” than to the United States.

    I grew up during the tail end of the Cold War, but when my friends and I were playing guns and couldn’t agree on teams, we’d just all be on the same team against the imaginary “Russians.” I’m not ethnically Russian and never had any particular fondness for Russia until the anti-White policies and rhetoric really kicked into gear within the past 15 years or so; especially so in the past few years.

    I’m not under any delusions about Russia; I know about its problems and dysfunctions. But the other day on an airplane trip, I happened to catch the film “Kursk” about the real-life events of the Russian submarine that sank in 2000. There were scenes in that film showing the camaraderie among the Russian submarine crew–drinking together, singing patriotic songs–where I felt more akin to them than to what America has become. Something at the unconscious, genetic level recognized that they are more “my people” than a rapidly increasing number of my own countrymen.

    (I recommend the movie — despite its insistence on showing the NATO Anglo/Americans as the “good guys” and the Russian military and political leadership as the “bad guys,” it really is a good film that received very little press in the American (((media))).)

    In any case, that came to mind when I read this article tonight:


  38. If I lived in such a multi-party kleptocracy, I’d be seriously looking to emigrate.

    … where would you go where it’s going to be any better? The noose is tightening all. Over. The. World. Extremely obviously by design.

    Here’s an excellent video that’ll tell you what preoccupied my mind this weekend:

  39. I know plenty of cops. Work with ‘em, socialize with them, hell I even briefly dated one.

    Great folks. Family oriented, churchgoers, funny, solid taxpaying citizens. I’ve drank plenty of beer at backyard barbecues with cops and you’ll never meet a more genial bunch.

    Until they suit up in that uniform with the Glock, taser, baton, CS and Kevlar. The black jackboots. Shotgun in the front seat, ARs and flashbangs in the trunk. (And yes, your local Officer Friendly has all this stuff and is trained in its deployment.)

    Then they change. The way they look, talk, and move. They become soldiers and the job of a soldier is to destroy enemy. They talk like they are Delta and they get a hard gleam in the eye. I’ve seen it plenty.

    I have no doubt whatsoever that the same guys who I sit next to at our sons’ football games would, if so tasked, knock on my door, firmly explain that they were there to confiscate my weapons, and place me in zip ties for my own safety.

  40. ” Then they change. The way they look, talk, and move. They become soldiers and the job of a soldier is to destroy enemy. They talk like they are Delta and they get a hard gleam in the eye. I’ve seen it plenty. ”

    This is all a front, a power trip, and psychological overcompensation. Like I mentioned many times before, these wannabe ” soldiers ” would cry for their mama when faced with a real battle against even a minor paramilitary force. Most are low IQ ( check out police hiring standards ) tools of the system, nothing more the two bit mall security guards with weapons and delusions of grandeur.

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