Well now Turkey is quite literally and figuratively yesterday’s news.
Happened near their PD’s HQ, so I can only guess that the perp wanted to draw out and ambush cops.
Between the RoP and BLM, we are being cursed with interesting times.
We’re constantly told that terrorism doesn’t work. That’s just what people say. It’s people’s actions and revealed preferences that matter. So far, ever since 9/11, official actions have communicated the message that terrorism does work. RoP gets all peaceful, and everyone that matters hurries to kvetch about Islamophobia, backlash, all the while we deny that Islam had anything to do with the initial action. They were just fringe extremists who misinterpreted Islam, or operated outside of its official boundaries, or sometimes they even genuflect to the weapon, as the NYT is focusing on the truck in the aftermath of Nice. In other cases, we try to blame people who had absolutely nothing to do with it; Pat Robertson et al. got the blame for Orlando.
Likewise, in the wake of BLM and related wildings, cops are retreating from dinduistans and bell curve cities.
I think the better way to think about it is that terrorism doesn’t work, unless you’re on the progressivetard stack, in which case, it does.
Lots of interested parties are paying close attention to what cops will generally do and how they will react in the aftermath of this summer’s waves of eliminationist-inspired terrorism against them. If they keep on retreating, then BLM et al. will know what works and keep on doing it.
I also think that while the RoP and BLM are separate entities, both of their recent uprisings and upticks in curious activity aren’t related, but they are correlated. By that I mean that both the seventh century totalitarian death cult and the black undertow are both sensing weakness in white civilizations and think that now is a good “strike while the iron is hot” opportunity.