California Police Tell Residents to Use Air Horns to Warn Neighbors About Criminal Activity

Here at the Daily Stormer, we are officially beginning the countdown to a series of news articles about how airhorns traumatize black people by reminding them of loud noises heard during slavery.


After 60-year-old retiree David Schneider was shot and killed here while trimming a tree in his yard, his neighbor, Toni Bird, said she retreated indoors.

“People aren’t feeling safe out of their house,” she said. “It makes sense that you would want to protect your house then, right? You would barricade it.”

Amid a surge in crime in Oakland, California, police have advised residents to use air horns to alert neighbors to intruders and add security bars to their doors and windows.

Bird, who moved to Oakland 2 1/2 years ago, said she took their advice to heart. She now has three air horns and five security cameras around her home.

The types of crime that we’re seeing feel much more violent and the consequences feel much more severe,” she said. “And it feels like the people that are being targeted are people who are vulnerable.”

Yeah, ya think?

Oakland residents say they are unnerved and considering fleeing the state because of the rise in violent crime that has community activists, including the local NAACP, demanding urgent action from city officials.

In a letter released in late July, NAACP Oakland Branch President Cynthia Adams and Oakland pastor Bishop Bob Jackson demanded action from elected leaders to ensure public safety, especially in predominately Black neighborhoods.

African Americans are disproportionately hit the hardest by crime in East Oakland and other parts of the city. But residents from all parts of the city report that they do not feel safe,” they said in the letter.


Why are African Americans hit the hardest though?

Because of white supremacy???

The statement went on to accuse “failed leadership” of creating “a heyday for Oakland criminals.”

We call on all elected leaders to unite and declare a state of emergency and bring together massive resources to address our public safety crisis,” the letter said.

The upswing in crime has forced some Oakland residents, including Kristin Cook, to flee to other states. Cook watched with tears in her eyes as a moving pod packed with all her family’s belongings was loaded onto a flatbed truck.

Although she’s lived in Oakland her whole life, Cook said she’s now moving to Texas for the sake of her son.

I love Oakland. … I can’t take it anymore,” she said. “I got to the point I was too scared to leave my house.”

Nigga, get you an airhorn and chill.

It ain’t no thing.