…by Jonas E. Alexis

It was about 9:30 p.m. when several police officers got a call to go to a convenience store at South First Street and Glenfield Drive, Texas. It was related to a 29-year-old Gabriel Cobarrubias, who “used his car to block another vehicle that was parked at the store.”[1]

Cobarrubias, who was driving a red Infinity, was obviously asked to move his car, but he refused. “What are you gonna do?” he responded to the employee. Cobarrubias, in order to put fear in the heart of the employee, grabbed his two handguns and fired several rounds in the air. He left his car running as he moved inside the store.

When officers arrived at the scene, Cobarrubias was asked to step outside the store. However, he went back inside. When he finally got out and hastily went back to his car, police officers obviously didn’t know whether he was concealing his guns or doing something crazier. One police officer attempted to put Cobarrubias’ arms in the driver’s door in order to sort of tame him.

Yet somehow Cobarrubias managed to reverse the car, dragged the officer, ran over him, and struck another officer with the passenger door. This was not done in a corner somewhere. Videos of the entire event are available online.

Cobarrubias drove his car to a residential area and got out. Police helicopters eventually caught him in a drainage pipe with his two handguns.[2] One officer suffered a fractured bone. “The second officer was treated for scrapes to his arms and legs. Neither officer’s name was released.”[3] Cobarrubias had a criminal record: “When investigators took Cobarrubias into custody, it was later found out that he had active warrants related to a burglary in Dallas County.”

The simple question again and again is this: Where are the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Atlantic, CNN, and all the other media that are ideologically perpetuating race riots in America?

Obviously news like this do not work in their favor, therefore they ignore them completely. This is another reason why companies and organizations like Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, the ACLU, the NAACP, the Legal Defense Fund, etc., are flooding anti-police organizations with money. Do those companies care?

The Boys

Take for example Amazon. They have completely banned E. Michael Jones’ books. But the same company is producing things such as The Boys, a television series which has nothing but graphic violence, rape, graphic language, adult content—we’re talking about pornography—and all kinds of disgusting carnages you could possibly imagine. Producers Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen obviously know that young people under the age of 18 will be viewing The Boys anyway, but they attempted to appease parents by saying at the beginning of each episode:

“The following program is intended for mature audiences and contains Adult Content, Graphic Language, Graphic Violence, Nudity, Strong Sexual Content and Rape. Viewer discretion is advised.”

The New York Times and the Guardian love the series.[4] What we are seeing here is that on the ground, the elite are paying violent groups like BLM to hate anything that is docile to the moral and social order. At the same time, they are working tirelessly to esthetically ruin the minds of the young, the naïve, and the very people who have been living on a steady-diet of Hollywood filth.

  •  [1] Tom Steele, “Dallas man runs over Garland officer after shooting into the air at convenience store, police say,” Dallas News, June 29, 2020.
  • [2] https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/suspect-in-texas-fire-guns-in-the-air-runs-over-cop-and-assaults-police-dog/.
  • [3] Steele, “Dallas man runs over Garland officer after shooting into the air at convenience store, police say,” Dallas News, June 29, 2020.
  • [4] Mike Hale, “Review: ‘The Boys’ Deconstructs the Superhero, With a Light Touch,” NY Times, July 26, 2019; “The Boys review – sick of superheroes? Here’s the remedy,” Guardian, July 26, 2019.

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  1. Thanks Jonas for your latest attempts to save civilization as we know it. Of course its easier for you because no one will call you a White Supremacist. I am mulling this over, I’ll probably have to jump in the fray but I got to tell you these are violent people and words are useless because most of them can’t even speak English let alone read it. The police are also useless, as they have always been except to start it, bunch of fat slobs couldn’t bust a grape in a fruit fight parading around in their imitation SS uniforms like they just came from the eastern front. All their worried about is their pensions. I sincerely hope White Americans learn from this and defund them completely, including their undeserved pensions. Ain’t nothing those make believe tough guys can do that elected sheriffs and the military can’t do better, including fight when the odds aren’t 10 to 1 in their favor. Lets not forget Blacks have a legitimate gripe either just because the Bolshevik enemy has come in Black face. Its a lot to think about Jonas…

    • Why do so many police pensions start at 50 or 55 years of age, when everyone in the private sector is now expected to work until 70 or 72 years of age?

    • Thanks, Jack. I would agree that there is corruption in the police force. A former colleague of mine used to tell me stories about certain police officers because his father was actually a police officer. Certainly bad cops need to be dealt with. But I wouldn’t conclude that we need to defund the police force because that would be extremely dangerous. In fact, some police officers out there are simply people who are trying to abide by the law and pay the bills. Many of them are also trying to protect their neighborhoods from descending into complete chaos. They have families, friends, and many of them again are decent people. David Dorn is a classic example. Certain sections in Minneapolis have been like a war zone because police officers aren’t allowed to come in and establish some kind of order. I would highly recommend Heather MacDonald’s study on this issue: The War on Cops: How the New Attack on Law and Order Makes Everyone Less Safe. Thanks again.

    • As a Black man in the US who actually knows some cops, I have to go with Jonas on this one. The problem with defunding the police is that the banker gangsters’ other systems would remain in place: They would still crash economies to manufacture poverty and crime, still use corporations to scam money from education, health care, and other commonwealth sectors, still bribe, blackmail, and bully elected officials, etc.

      And yes, some police also recognize that and oppose the banksters’ policies. This reminds me of the trend around the Vietnam War to generalize all soldiers as murderers and baby killers. Some soldiers were, but others were not, like those who protested to end the war.

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