Lauren Southern came out with a new documentary the other day, and since I didn’t have much else to do today, I watched it on her website.
Though she’s a race mixer and ultimately a fence-sitting civnat, I do give her credit for her Farmlands and Borderless documentaries — despite their flaws — as well as bringing awareness of the Great Replacement to the mainstream attention. She’s not all bad, is what I am saying.
However, her new documentary “Crossfire”, which is about American police and their relationship with BLM and Antifa, is garbage.
The thing is about two hours long, and although Lauren had said it was an examination of “all sides”, it explicitly ignores the white nationalist side of the conversation; that is to say — the relationship between the police and ordinary white people.
Instead, the documentary just focuses on how tough the police’s job is and although she touches on some race realism with the genetic traits of crime like low-impulse control and high-testosterone in males, she does not talk about cross-race adoption studies; numerous of which have been conducted over decades in both Europe and North America. These studies have repeatedly found that it makes virtually no difference whether the BAME in question is raised by white people or their own race — they end up performing the same as their peers raised by their black parents. Further, the Africans who performed best, were ones with partial European ancestry.
This is an important point, but it is entirely ignored in the documentary and instead it is suggested that mere absence of fathers in black men’s lives and the apologetic mothers are to blame. Not to say that such isn’t a problem with blacks, but the question this should then raise is “Why are black people disproportionately like this?” There is no way in her research to make this documentary that this information was not encountered by Lauren, so despite her promotion of the documentary featuring “uncomfortable truths”, this uncomfortable truth is swept right under the rug.
Though they mention the race riots in the 1960s America, her documentary also completely neglects to mention that it precisely because of rioting, violent blacks being given “equality” that SWAT was founded at that time!
The next big problem with the documentary is that despite being produced throughout 2020, it makes NO MENTION at all of the police’s insane interactions with everyday white people over breaking Covid rules. One of the most high-profile incidents from the last week comes out of Canada, where a man was arrested by police, tackled and weapons drawn on him for skating without a mask and too many other people.
What do you think this man, and countless others like him across the West right now, think about the police? Lauren never asks such people.
These pieces of shit are the most powerful public servants that exist in any country. They have the authority to kill people. Do you have any idea how much things could change if these fucking Police just said “no” in a situation like the above?
Expanding on this problem is that Lauren exclusively focuses on police in America. She does not talk at all about the police in Europe, who will accost women in Germany for having our hair braided, arrest even pregnant women and manhandle them all because they said something against the migrant rapists out in the streets, all while the police gladly turn a blind eye for decades to Paki grooming-gangs that have put countless white children into sexual slavery.
Lauren also forgets to mention, conveniently, that in many places around the world, it is being made effectively ILLEGAL to call the Police if the criminal is not white. So in San Francisco, if you call the police on any number of the tons of blacks they’re letting of jail because they attacked and raped a white women in the streets, YOU can be charged and arrested by the Police.
FUCK these pigs. I don’t care about what sob stories they have about how much stress they’re under. These people are traitors who CHOOSE to enforce the anti-white agenda. They choose to harass white people who pose no threat to them at all instead of dealing with black and brown criminals because the latter can actually kill them. The police are simply cowards.
“Crossfire” ignores all of the above mentioned points that are pertinent information to the central discussion of the film — whether the Police are a force of good and should be abolished or not. Despite making passing mention to “Nazis” and “White Nationalists”, no such people are ever interviewed at any point in the documentary. This is because Lauren knows perfectly well that if she had, they would raise the points I am making now, and it would make the strongest case for abolishing the Police at least until we have a white governments again —
The police are the main barrier that prevents white people from self-defense, from stopping BAME crime, from collectivizing into our own communities, from speaking out, from protests achieving anything, and they are the ones enforcing draconian flu-hoax polices (with violence), and stopping us from simply living our lives in peace. Without them in the way, a LOT would start changing, for the better and real fast.