Pro-police demonstrations in Portland

I was riding through Portland today, and noticed a bunch of people standing by the road with American flags. Since I wasn’t in a hurry, I stopped and joined them. They were Blue Lives Matter protesters. Across from us were a slightly smaller number of BLMers holding signs and yelling obscenities.

I got one of their signs and held it for a while, socializing with them. The contrast between how civilized, and pleasant, the Blue Lives Matter protesters are, and how crude the BLMers are is stark. Also interesting is the fact that our group was more “Diverse” than their group. If it were a melanin contest, we would have won.

The group is called COPSNW, and they communicate via Facebook – which I haven’t had for a long time. I might open a new account just for that.

I’m not a gung ho police apologist, but this is a good way to network with other local right-wingers. If any of you readers are in the Portland area, and want to be a part of this rather tame activism, please let me know in comments.

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2 Responses to Pro-police demonstrations in Portland

  1. E says:

    Police let Malkin get attacked at the back the blue rally.

    They are not your friends.

    • jewamongyou says:

      That was in Denver and, “apparently, under orders by police Chief Paul Pazen who marched with BLM protesters last month.” Obviously, not all police officers are worthy of our respect, and I can’t think of anybody who would claim so. Also, considering that the higher ups are anti-white, it gets complicated. Any officer who disobeys orders would probably lose his job.

      BLM has been pushing for new laws that would require officers to intervene when fellow officers use excessive force. I do happen to agree with such laws – and I’d like to see them extended to situations where officers stand by and do nothing while citizens are attacked.

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