Thursday, August 04, 2016

TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTROVERSY EMBROILING CHIEF FORTÉ CONTINUES AMID CURRENT PROPOSAL FOR EPIC KCPD DIVERSITY REALIGNMENT AGAINST 'EVIL' EXISTING POLICY!!!



Mainstream media is content to move past the FIRESTORM surrounding Kansas City's Chief of Police without much insight or analysis into the root of the controversy.

Thankfully, our blog community looks deeper into the debate in order to provide a more accurate view of the current sitch.

To wit . . .

CHECK OUT EXCLUSIVE OF VIDEO FEATURING MORE CONTROVERSIAL REMARKS FROM THE KCPD CHIEF AND HIS UPCOMING EFFORT TO CHANGE DEPARTMENT STANDARDS IN AN EPIC KANSAS CITY POLICE DIVERSITY OVERHAUL!!!

TKC TIPSTERS get first word always and this note preceded the video share . . .

"Two days before his Kansas City Star interview. He was at East Patrol for a prayer vigil for the 5 murdered Dallas officers."



Credit to the KICK-ASS TIPSTER what we're seeing from both critics and supporters of the Chief is an honest discussion of a HISTORIC KCPD DIVERSITY HIRING AND PROMOTION CHANGE UNDERWAY THAT HAS ESCAPED THE VIEW OF MAINSTREAM MEDIA but clearly has rank & file police frustrated. The comment regarding "unreasonable fear" is merely prelude and justification for significant policy shift.

Still, there's a lot here that has rank & file continuing to fume . . . And not just identifying current KCPD hiring policy as "evil" and calling for help to change it from the crowd.

Money quotes from the KCPD Chief in this clip following the domestic terror killing of two officers in Dallas:

"They keep talking about 'their goal is to go home' now we're talking about other people wanting to go home, too . . . "

"When you have problems in neighborhoods, you need diversity . . ."

"When we see outbursts we don't understand, it's bigger than a man or a woman. This thing is spiritual . . ."

Watch the clip and you decide . . .

What's clear, and what mainstream media is ignoring, is that this debate not only concerns a pattern of controversial remarks from the KCPD Chief but also an upcoming and dramatic policy shift -- Both of which have enraged the rank & file and have many local police fighting for department standards as well as concerns over safety.

Developing . . .

25 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Change is tough.

It seems that politicians on both sides of the state line have trouble handline mourning and grief publicly.

Anonymous said...

100 degrees today. I was feeling a little bit embroiled.

Anonymous said...

The issue now becomes, when does the next anti-crime backlash begin? More importantly, how do race realists influence it? What was missing in the last war on crime was the political dimension.

When the critics complain that "One in four black men are under the criminal justice system" we need to say "Yes, because there are genetic factors in black criminality!"

A large black demographic can never integrate itself into White civilization.

We might also consider the general backlash against blacks which followed in the wake of Reconstruction, leading to the White Man's Revolution.

Teach KC said...

Calling opposition evil at a prayer vigil is never something that brings people together. But your tipster is 100% correct in showing that the chief's comments aren't just about one interview, it's a pattern of statements that has clearly made some people mad. The letters aren't just over one interview but continued remarks where the Chief seems to belittle his colleagues, I think that's what has the officers frustrated and maybe they've got a point. Maybe support for fellow police is more important than a difficult discussion for the media and community forums.

Anonymous said...

Talking out both sides of his mouth now.
Join Hilary the flip flop queen.

Anonymous said...

And remember black live matter.

Anonymous said...

4:13 If we had waited for the black man's revolution all the money would have been spent on moochers and the country would have been burned to the ground. When the biggest contribution by a race is the invention of peanut butter.....

Anonymous said...

Morale is in the absolute shitter among KCMO police and it's due to lack of leadership at the top. Why is it black cops can patrol white neighborhoods but not the other way around? Why do black people have to be cowtowed to and everything has to be to their specifications to be perfect? Go recruit more black cops. What's that? Too many of them have felonies? Why do black people have such problems following the law? It really isn't that hard to stay out of trouble.

Anonymous said...

To all you cop haters...the thin blue line is getting thinner...when KC evolves into something out of the Purge or Mogadishu I don't want to here you complaining...to the rest of you that have "skills" armor up. Just take a look at crimereports.com over the last three months...especially downtown.

Anonymous said...

Hey black folks of KC, here's something to do instead of rape, robbery, and murder. Get up really early in the morning. Go to school all day, and when you get home from school, study, long into the evening. When you finish with your college years, get a job. Work from eight to twelve hours a day. This way when you feel like raping, robbing or killing. You will be too damned tired. Oh yeah, don't forget to take care of your house and yard.

Tired of idiots!

Anonymous said...

This is just turning into another negro "looksatme" festival using whatever excuse they can to get the attention they so desperately crave. They'll have their little moment in the spotlight, run their mouths, talk about what they can do......and go right back to living the negro life as usual. It's essentially a meaningless event to anyone possessed of any common sense and intelligence. They really have no idea how pathetic they appear and how irrelevant they are to the rest of the world. OR, maybe some of them do and this kind of thing is the only action their low IQ's can come up with to fight against their irrelevancy. Still, it will have no result worthy of any mention and despite the claims of doing something for the community, I'm sure many of them realize it won't do a damn thing or change anything. Even so, the looksatme urge is just too strong.

Honestly, they might as well chant, beat drums, dance around a fire in primitive face masks and sacrifice a virgin by throwing her off a bridge for all the good it will do.

Anonymous said...

Great to hear thin blue line getting thinner. :)

Anonymous said...

Laugh when you are getting robbed while getting your big gulp!

Anonymous said...

Like watching turds swimming in the stool.

Anonymous said...

WOW, he mentioned Randall "Honeybun" Hundley. That racist sumbitch should be in Prison.. You can take that to the BANK!

Anonymous said...

So sick of this BLM and the pandering of the cause that means nothing and promotes more division.

Some 200 hundred years ago, some of the white people (North and South) sat on their porches and watched the black people do the work that needed to be done so the whites could live the life they wanted. If the blacks didn't produce enough to keep the whites happy, the whites complained about it. In those days, it was called slavery.

Today, 200 years later, a lot of the Black people (North, South, East,
and West) sit on their porches and watch the White people work to pay the taxes that are necessary for the Blacks to live the life they
want. If their welfare check is not enough to keep them happy, the
blacks complain about it.

It would appear to me that the only thing that has changed in the last
200 years is the color of the slaves.

Anonymous said...

Chief Forte was mentioning his ongoing efforts to promote black officers into the KCPD commanders ranks primarily based upon race. He was urging the public to attend the meeting later this month in which he'll push for the rule change.

By definition, this would be a racist move, and blatantly discriminatory.

Allowing all qualified candidates to take the exam for advancement, and then selecting the best people based upon performance and qualifications is the only way to fairly promote. Chief Forte desires a rule change allowing him to play favorites and promote based upon a candidate's skin color or ethnicity.

Let the lawsuits begin!

RRAST said...

The comments about his selection process is true..He has promoted more white officers than black. He selecting officers that have the skill set for the job. Just because you are a great test taker. Doesn't make you the best person so to speak..Some ass holes regardless of their scores should never command men or woman.

RRAST said...

The comments about his selection process is true..He has promoted more white officers than black. He selecting officers that have the skill set for the job. Just because you are a great test taker. Doesn't make you the best person so to speak..Some ass holes regardless of their scores should never command men or woman.

Anonymous said...

I thought folks already decided when this worn out story was started the first time???

Anonymous said...

RRAST-You're full of shit. He's a piece of shit who doesn't care about anything but self-preservation. The KC Star and their black cheerleader Glenn Rice are promoting him as something he's not. He hasn't had an original idea his whole career. The only reason he's promoted more white people than black is because there aren't any blacks who have the work ethic and/or brains to get past a 5th grade level assessment center. As soon as he mentioned that he wanted to promote his own Captains, they quit trying altogether. Why try to earn something if you can get if for free?

Anonymous said...

Does this cesspool of racist comments ever get drained? Perhaps it just that the extremists gravitate here since they can spew out whatever they want to,

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^
@9:07
And you did the same loser...

Anonymous said...

9:07 Go kiss Tony's ass. He'll remove anything except slams against white people 'cause he ain't a racist; He is a libtardtarian. Dat be free speech around here ya'll.

Kat said...

Some of these comments are good, I like that people are still willing to support the chief and see through the eforts to replace him.