The media is aghast at a recent incident in a remote part of Central Park, where a white woman dialed 911 after a black man allegedly threatened her over her dog and began to film her.
The woman, Amy Cooper, is being subjected to 2 minutes of hate. She has been nicknamed "Karen" -- a racial slur for white women -- by the Jewish press. She was fired from her job merely for calling the police when she believed she was in danger. She will be permanently banned from Central Park.
The black man in this specific instance may not have been a direct violent threat, but the woman in question was wise not to gamble. In 2019, 93% of all murders, 86% of rapes, 85% of felonius assaults, 96% of shootings, and 92% of robberies in New York City were committed by blacks or "Hispanics" -- a term used for Dominicans and Puerto Ricans who in the city are often just blacks who speak Spanish.
Amy Cooper, a metropolitan liberal, would've likely dialed 911 on a white man behaving in this fashion, but this is allowed and encouraged. While there are occasionally cases where blacks are slightly inconvenienced by a misunderstanding or annoyingly zealous rule enforcers, it is also unfair that airlines have policies assuming every single man is a potential pedophile on account of their sex and should be asked to change seats when placed next to children.
So what about the good "Karens" -- the white women who ignore their instincts and take a virtuous risk when approached by a sketchy black man in New York City, as Ben Shapiro and Mike Cernovich prescribe?
The East Harlem Karen
A few weeks ago, a 64-year-old mentally disabled woman described elsewhere as a white "Hispanic" was approached by a black man in Harlem. Surveillance footage found that the suspect, 38-year-old Frankie Harris, began to follow her and the two conversed. The woman did not dial 911, the tape shows Harris suddenly violently attacking her and raping her on the street. She was found unconscious on the ground and is expected to die from her injuries.
According to recent reports, Harris had been arrested multiple times for violent crimes in the months leading up to the attack. Three months before the rape and murder, he was charged with sexual assault and released without bail by black judge Althea Drysdale.
Two weeks later, he was arrested for attacking a woman and her children on the New York City subway. He was charged with 16 crimes, including third-degree assault, aggravated harassment, menacing and endangering the welfare of a child. Despite this, the Jewish judge Hillary Gingold released him once again without bail and he never showed up for his subsequent court appearances.
The judges who freed Harris knowing he was a danger to the public are just as guilty as the criminal himself.
The Howard Beach Karen
Last fall, a black man dressed up like a construction worker knocked on the door of a woman in the Italian neighborhood of Howard Beach, Queens.
Howard Beach has long been attacked as "racist" by the system for its history of vigilance against blacks who enter the residential area.
In this case, the Karen did not dial 911 on 33-year-old Joshua Henderson, who claimed he was on her property to do work on her roof. He subsequently climbed through her window, told her he had a gun, then tied her and her son up.
After stealing her jewelry and cash, the man gave the woman an ultimatum: to have sex with her son in front of him, let him rape her, or be killed. He then raped the woman and fled.
Once again, the judges and authorities are responsible. Henderson was paroled from prison after 12 years in prison for a burglary spree. Almost immediately after getting out, Henderson was already committing crimes again. In the year leading up to the rape, he was arrested twice while on parole -- including for burglary - but the New York City legal system refused to send him back to prison.
The Morningside Park Karen
Last winter, Tessa Majors, an 18-year-old left-wing Columbia student, did her part in fighting white privilege by not calling the police when black teenagers began following her during a stroll through Morningside Park.
The administrators of her school avoided local NYPD crime briefings, keeping their visiting white students ignorant about the uptick in violent crime in the area. This was almost certainly political.
Majors, the only Karen the system likes, was approached by a group of black teenagers who wanted to mug her. When Majors refused to hand over her cellphone and tried to get away, they stabbed her to death.
The blacks in question confessed to the crime, after police detectives bluffed about having damning evidence during interrogation. Police use this tactic all the time to extract confessions, but the case's Jewish Judge Carol Goldstein has ruled to allow Hannah Kaplan to center her client's defense around whether police should be allowed to interrogate minors.
The detective who extracted the confession, Wilfredo Acevedo, is being aggressively attacked by Jewish media. Molly Newman at the New York Daily News has dug up allegations of supposed misconduct in the veteran police officer's past in an attempt to discredit the evidence he is presenting at trial.
The Good Karens
Under the system that controls America, the only good Karen is a murdered, raped, or mugged one. And when their attackers are finally caught, enormous institutional barriers are erected to ensure the people who victimize them are free to do it again.