Obama’s Department of Justice Demands One Simple Rule With Attack on Ferguson: Black people don’t break the law, the law breaks Blacks

February 11th, 2016
Donald J. Trump, a battered, defeated, dejected people, dispirited people long for leadership. 

They long for hope. 

They long for a restoration of sanity in a world turned over to a people far more ruthless Dr. Zaius. 
We live in a world where blacks, free from being judged by the color of their skin or the content of their character, are free to rewrite the rules so that the law no longer restrains them from acting out whatever indulgences they desire. 

[Feds sue Ferguson to force compliance, USA Today, 2-10-16]:


WASHINGTON -- The Justice Department is suing the city of Ferguson in an attempt to forcibly overhaul the city’s troubled police and court operations, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Wednesday.
The decision comes hours after city leaders sought to revise a long- negotiated settlement, citing prohibitive costs of executing such a deal.
“There is no cost for constitutional policing,'' Lynch said late Wednesday.
"Painstaking negotiations lasted more than 26 weeks as we sought to remedy literally years of systematic deficiencies,'' she said of the government's action, which followed a public announcement last month of a tentative agreement that the attorney general described as "both fair and cost-effective . . . Last night, the City Council rejected the consent decree approved by their own negotiators; their decision leaves us no further choice.''
Lynch said the residents of Ferguson have been waiting "decades for justice,'' having endured civil rights breaches that established a pattern and practice of racially biased policing .
"I think the city of Ferguson had a real opportunity to step forward here,'' a visibly disappointed attorney general said. "Instead, they have chosen to step in the past.''
Earlier Wednesday,  Ferguson Mayor James Knowles signaled that the city was ready to take on the Justice Department in federal court. He defended Ferguson's unanimous decision to revise the agreement by removing language from the agreement, which local leaders asserted, mandated big raises for police officers. Local leaders also sought to free the city from its obligations under the agreement should Ferguson seek to shutter the police department altogether and enlist another agency to provide public safety services.
"The ball is in their court," Knowles said at a hastily called news conference in Ferguson. "We're sitting and waiting to talk. If they want to threaten legal action, then that's what they're threatening."
The threat became reality within hours of the mayor's appearance when the Justice lawsuit was filed in a Missouri federal court, alleging local law enforcement conduct routinely violated the Constitution.
"The residents of Ferguson have waited nearly a year for their city to adopt an agreement that would protect their rights and keep them safe,'' Lynch said. "They have waited nearly a year for their police department to accept rules that would ensure their constitutional rights and that thousands of other police departments follow every day.''
There's nothing troubling about Ferguson's police department or court system: what's troubling is that the now 70 percent black city of Ferguson, Missouri (a 76 percent white city in 1990) won't be saved by the hilariously inept overture of Starbucks corporate belief in the racial healing/soothing taste their coffee can bring...

America has a black crime problem (just as Ferguson has long had a black crime problem), not an inherently racist legal system problem.

Mark my word: 2016 will offer a powerful moment when Trump has the opportunity to forever remove the shackles of white guilt in America with just one powerful speech, by simply pointing out the truth of the previous sentence.

The United States of America might be irredeemable, but that doesn't a large portion of the population isn't: they are just in need of liberation from Black-Run America (BRA).



The Mask is Completely Off at the Huffington Post

February 10th, 2016
The mask is completely off at the Huffington Post. It will continue to slip as Donald J. Trump wins more and more states.

Treason trials are coming...

The Mask is Completely Off at the Huffington Post

February 10th, 2016
The mask is completely off at the Huffington Post. It will continue to slip as Donald J. Trump wins more and more states.

Treason trials are coming...

Her Name is Christine Ledlow: 15 Minutes Away from Shift Ending, Two Blacks Gun Down White Store Clerk in Mississippi

February 9th, 2016
She was performing the role an immigrant is expected to do in 2016 America. 

After all, why would a white person work in such a vocation as a convenience store clerk, when these positions are supposed to go to down-on-their-luck immigrants merely trying to better themselves and live the American Dream? 
Christine Ledlow, left, and her daughter: 15 minutes away from clocking out, she'd become just another white person murdered by blacks in what was once the United States of America
What kind of absolute loser, what kind of white trash would work such a remedial job? 

Well, the kind of white person whose individual contribution once built a nation. 

The kind of white person whose execution is hardly a news item worthy of mentioning outside of the backwards town she called home.

After all, what self-respecting white person hasn't sacrificed the future for their children just so some 3rd world immigrant can perform the duty of being a gas station clerk? [Store clerk's daughter leaves heartbreaking tribute, WMCActionNews5.com, 2-2-16]:
The Mapco where a clerk was shot and killed is still closed for now. The only person around is a security guard.  
However, people who knew the clerk are still reeling while police hunt for the second suspect after the first suspect was turned into police by his own parents. 
"When I heard about it this morning, my heart broke for her just knowing that could have been me," coworker Nicole Harville said. 
The clerk was shot multiple times at approximately 5:30 a.m. Monday at the Mapco gas station on Highway 72 East. 
She later died from her injuries. Police confirmed the victim was 43-year-old Christine Ledlow. 
Coworkers added that she was just 15 minutes from the end of her shift when the shooting happened. 
Corinth Police Department said it received dozens of tips about the two suspects. 
Within an hour, they had tips and within five hours, a suspect was behind bars. 
The black males who murdered Christine 
The police chief contacted the parents of one of the suspects. Those parents brought the 17-year-old to the police station. The second suspect is still at large. 
Corinth Police Chief Ralph Dance said two teens went into the store to rob it. He believes the teens panicked and opened fire when the clerk hit the panic button. He does not believe the shooting was gang related. 
"They had no reason to kill her. She put her hands up. She would have given them anything in the store,” one Corinth native said. 
Ledlow's coworkers said she'd been working at the convenience store for six years. They noted that many people see her every morning and get a cup of coffee. They said Ledlow was well-liked around town. 
"It’s disturbing,” Police Chief Ralph Dance said. “You don't want to think people are that cold-hearted. She has a family. She is a hard working lady. For someone to gun her down for no reason for money that they didn't even take.” 
Ledlow's coworkers said she leaves behind two daughters, 17 and 20 years old. 
As the coworkers stood outside the gas station Monday, they said the store will never be the same. 
Ledlow's daughter posted a heart wrenching tribute to her mother on Facebook. 
It's a tribute to a woman she describes as beautiful, her biggest supporter and someone who is now looking down on her from heaven and smiling.
Fifteen minutes.

Fifteen minutes away from clocking out and then two black males walk in to her store.

Micah Bostic and Brooklyn Taylor.

And only fifteen minutes away from clocking out, Christine Ledlow would never again leave the store to see her children.

There is no United States of America anymore, only a country people vaguely remember as once being a nice place to live. Now this great, big landmass is nothing more than a place where we work, shop, eat, and sleep with the greatest of hope that in between these events we don't become just another nameless individual murdered by a black person. WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Her Name is Christine Ledlow: 15 Minutes Away from Shift Ending, Two Blacks Gun Down White Store Clerk in Mississippi

February 9th, 2016
She was performing the role an immigrant is expected to do in 2016 America. 

After all, why would a white person work in such a vocation as a convenience store clerk, when these positions are supposed to go to down-on-their-luck immigrants merely trying to better themselves and live the American Dream? 
Christine Ledlow, left, and her daughter: 15 minutes away from clocking out, she'd become just another white person murdered by blacks in what was once the United States of America
What kind of absolute loser, what kind of white trash would work such a remedial job? 

Well, the kind of white person whose individual contribution once built a nation. 

The kind of white person whose execution is hardly a news item worthy of mentioning outside of the backwards town she called home.

After all, what self-respecting white person hasn't sacrificed the future for their children just so some 3rd world immigrant can perform the duty of being a gas station clerk? [Store clerk's daughter leaves heartbreaking tribute, WMCActionNews5.com, 2-2-16]:
The Mapco where a clerk was shot and killed is still closed for now. The only person around is a security guard.  
However, people who knew the clerk are still reeling while police hunt for the second suspect after the first suspect was turned into police by his own parents. 
"When I heard about it this morning, my heart broke for her just knowing that could have been me," coworker Nicole Harville said. 
The clerk was shot multiple times at approximately 5:30 a.m. Monday at the Mapco gas station on Highway 72 East. 
She later died from her injuries. Police confirmed the victim was 43-year-old Christine Ledlow. 
Coworkers added that she was just 15 minutes from the end of her shift when the shooting happened. 
Corinth Police Department said it received dozens of tips about the two suspects. 
Within an hour, they had tips and within five hours, a suspect was behind bars. 
The black males who murdered Christine 
The police chief contacted the parents of one of the suspects. Those parents brought the 17-year-old to the police station. The second suspect is still at large. 
Corinth Police Chief Ralph Dance said two teens went into the store to rob it. He believes the teens panicked and opened fire when the clerk hit the panic button. He does not believe the shooting was gang related. 
"They had no reason to kill her. She put her hands up. She would have given them anything in the store,” one Corinth native said. 
Ledlow's coworkers said she'd been working at the convenience store for six years. They noted that many people see her every morning and get a cup of coffee. They said Ledlow was well-liked around town. 
"It’s disturbing,” Police Chief Ralph Dance said. “You don't want to think people are that cold-hearted. She has a family. She is a hard working lady. For someone to gun her down for no reason for money that they didn't even take.” 
Ledlow's coworkers said she leaves behind two daughters, 17 and 20 years old. 
As the coworkers stood outside the gas station Monday, they said the store will never be the same. 
Ledlow's daughter posted a heart wrenching tribute to her mother on Facebook. 
It's a tribute to a woman she describes as beautiful, her biggest supporter and someone who is now looking down on her from heaven and smiling.
Fifteen minutes.

Fifteen minutes away from clocking out and then two black males walk in to her store.

Micah Bostic and Brooklyn Taylor.

And only fifteen minutes away from clocking out, Christine Ledlow would never again leave the store to see her children.

There is no United States of America anymore, only a country people vaguely remember as once being a nice place to live. Now this great, big landmass is nothing more than a place where we work, shop, eat, and sleep with the greatest of hope that in between these events we don't become just another nameless individual murdered by a black person. WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

“We never harm tourists. Never. Got that. We keep our shit to ourselves”: Life in 80% Black Selma, the Most Dangerous City in Alabama

February 7th, 2016
Years ago, I went to 80 percent black Selma, Alabama. I walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge, the most iconic Civil Rights monument in America, trying to imagine just what those white police officers dared defend on that bridge nearly 50 years before (the trip was in 2011). 

You see, we live in the post-Selma world, one where white people have lost all moral authority and even daring to speak favorably of anything remotely positive of whites means you yearn for a return to a world of segregation and Jim Crow (actually, I advocate the same goals of the American Colonization Society).
Visiting Selma and crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge means entering a city in 2016 whose 80 percent black population has performed exactly how white people long ago feared they would when left to their own devices... and the civilization whites built for their posterity crumbles 

Those white police officers on Edmund Pettus Bridge back in 1965 were defending civilization as defined by the type of world European-descended people build, maintain, and pass on to their posterity. 

Today, we live in a rapidly disintegrating society where memories of a better yesterday are but a bitter reminder of the horrors of tomorrow. 

And 80 percent black Selma in 2016 (a city with a black mayor, a black police chief, a black district attorney and a majority black city council), is representative of exactly what white people long ago knew would happen to their civilization in both their absence and with black-rule.

Because of persistent black violence, the city has hosted not-so-national-media-friendly "stop the violence" marches in 2010 and 2014, unconvincingly asking black people to stop killing each other. 

But the 80 percent black residents of Selma, who have helped make the city Alabama's most violent, continue to provide a paradise for white journalists - still stuck in a pre-Selma mindset - a veritable wonderland for woe-is-me-let's-blame-the-white-man-for-our-predicament stories. ['Still a city of slaves' – Selma, in the words of those who live there: A beacon for the civil rights movement 50 years ago, the Alabama city’s largely African American population today struggles with joblessness, poverty and drugs, The Guardian, 2-4-16]:

Ten figures clambered over piles of rubble from the old cotton warehouse, picking up bricks. It was a cold day for Selma, Alabama, close to freezing, and as the sun disappeared they gathered to warm their hands over makeshift fires. 
For 10 hours they removed bricks from piles mixed with wood and metal, chipping each recovered brick free of mortar, and then stacked them. The bricks were handmade in the 1870s, and a foreman was paying them between $10 and $20 in cash for a pile of 500.  
It was hard work. A pile took about half the day to gather, and most quit from fatigue after one go. An older man watched them: “Everyone heard about this job, but few want to do it, because it pays nothing, and lots of people been hurt doing it. But there are no jobs here in Selma. Especially if you got a record, and almost everyone in Selma has a record.” Nobody knew who owned the old warehouse, although most reckoned it was a white man: “They own everything around here.” 
A brick buyer from a construction firm came to look at the pile. “Handmade bricks, especially historical ones like this, are in demand. They often sell for over a dollar per brick.” 
Jennifer had spent the day picking bricks, and wasn’t complaining, “I am a single mother with five kids. I will do any work, and this is the only work in town.” 
A man on a break, his hands bleeding beneath a cloth wrap, smoked a cigarette. “This is slave work, that’s what it is, but the only work around. Kind of funny when you think about it, because them bricks were probably made by slaves. That is Selma for you, though: still a city of slaves.” 
Driving towards Selma, you are constantly reminded by historical markers that although once a city of slavery, the city now symbolizes civil rights. The march to secure voting rights for African Americans in 1965 originated there, and is celebrated in a film named after the city. 
Crossing over the river into Selma is another reminder; the Edmund Pettus Bridge is recognizable from newsreels of Bloody Sunday, when marchers were beaten by the police, or from last year when President Obama came to mark the 50th anniversary of that day. The central street beyond the bridge is three short blocks filled with shops catering to tourists. 
Yet if you walk beyond those blocks you see the ugliness of poverty that is modern Selma: dilapidated and boarded-up homes tagged with gang symbols, empty lots littered with vodka bottles and fast-food wrappers, and sterile low-income projects. You see men clustered on corners selling drugs, and on the better-kept homes you see sign after sign urging, “Stop the violence”. You don’t see working factories, only empty ones being torn down for scrap.You see a population disenfranchised, economically and politically. It makes Selma, a symbol of past civil rights victories, a symbol of current civil rights failures. 

Marcus, 55, moved to Selma when he was a baby. “Everyone always saying we don’t have jobs because of things we lack, but it ain’t what we lack, it’s what we have: black skin. When I was a boy we had to cross through the white neighborhood to get to school, and they used to sic the dogs on me and my younger sister. I left Selma and joined the military. When I came back, nothing much changed. They don’t sic dogs on you any more, but they stack so much against you that it might as well just be dogs.” 

Council McReynolds, 52, has spent his entire life in Selma, and wishes he could leave. “All the factories that used to be here are closed: the candy factory, the furniture company, they all picked up and moved when we elected a black mayor.” 
His house is one of only two on the long block that isn’t abandoned and boarded up. The one next to his is half-burned-down, the others sit empty, although a few people squat in them. “Selma ain’t like that movie. There everyone is shown working together and putting the past behind them. But the reality is Selma has been left behind, and folks are certainly not working together.” 
When I asked him about one of the empty buildings next to his, he smiled, “That ain’t empty at all. There is a family living there, being charged by a landlord.” 
Council’s block is not an anomaly in Selma. Boarded-up or falling-down houses make up about a quarter of the city. Many other buildings, which in other places would be considered derelict, with broken windows, porches filled with holes, are stunningly being used as rentals. 

Melvin Barnes, 39, met me in the low-income projects that surround the Brown Chapel AME church, a historical landmark that was center of the voting rights march. He grew up in Selma, started dealing at 17, and got caught up in the street life. 

“Everyone around me had guns, everyone around me dealt, and I got caught up in it. I got a gun when I was 14, carried it around, and shot it a lot. Everyone did.” 
Seven years ago, he got into a “street altercation” that ended with a bullet meant for him almost hitting a child next to him. “I came home from that, and looked at my child, and hugged him. I knew I had to stop the game.” He quit drugs and now hosts a daily radio show, and works the streets, urging others to stop the violence. 

Melvin took me to the old abandoned home he sleeps in when homeless. “I haven’t had any money since I quit dealing, nobody is gonna give a former drug user like me a job.” 
At the spot where we talked, Antoine Stallworth was shot and killed only a few yards away from the church two weeks before on New Year’s Eve. It was the last murder in Selma of 2015, bringing the total to 11, and making Selma (population about 20,000) one of the most violent cities in the US, with murder rates more than 10 times the national average. 

My last two days in Selma were spent with Escrow, 34 (named changed), who has four felony convictions, for drugs, guns and attempted murder. He moved to Selma at the age of 14, brought to live with his grandmother by a mother addicted to crack. When he shook my hand, he smiled, flashing a row of missing teeth, “Welcome to the real hood. Selma don’t play games.” 
He has been shot six times and shot many others. “I don’t know how many times I shot at people. I am just a shooter, always have been.” 
He talks quietly and methodically, only stopping to sell drugs – “excuse me, I got to make a deal”. 
When I ask about guns in Selma, he grimaces. “When I got here, everybody had a gun, everybody was shooting. I needed to be like them. I learned quickly you got to escalate, or guys will see you as weak, and shoot you dead, so I escalated.” 
He always carries a gun, except when on his block. 

t the end of my last day in Selma, exhausted from seeing so much pain, I sat outside the Brown Chapel AME church, watching kids play, and making small talk with a group of men. I went to take the picture of the kids, and forgetting their age, started my normal interview, “Do you like Selma? What was it like growing up here?” 
They all looked at me confused, except one girl, Robin, aged nine. “No I don’t like Selma. Not at all. Too much shooting and my momma can’t find a job. That is why we are moving to Florida.” 
As I photographed the kids in front of the sunset, a BMW pulled up. Two tourists got out to look at the Brown chapel. The gang of men, including Escrow, watched them, wondering where they were from. I went over and talked to the tourists who were from Ontario and excited to see places they knew from the movie, but concerned about their safety. 
When I came back and told the men where the tourists had come from they all whistled in proud disbelief. “Damn, CANADA. Wow. They came all the way from Canada to see Selma?” 
I also mentioned their fears of the neighborhood. Escrow stopped playing with his phone, looked at me, eyes drilling into me, smile gone. 
“We never harm tourists. Never. Got that. We keep our shit to ourselves. They come here because special things DID happen here. Just wish they would happen again.”
Like the Canadians, I too once went to Selma as a tourist, but unlike our friendly neighbors from the north, I visited the city not to massage my white guilt muscles (do white liberals get some weird sexual satisfaction seeing the city?); my visit to Selma was to see a visual representation of exactly what those white cops dared stop from ever coming to fruition. 

White liberals see Selma as eternally stuck in 1965, congratulating themselves over and over again for being on the "right side of history."

In reality, the civilization white people built in Selma is becoming nothing more than history, the very bricks once forming the bedrock of their civilization being chipped away and sold for pocket-change.  

“We never harm tourists. Never. Got that. We keep our shit to ourselves”: Life in 80% Black Selma, the Most Dangerous City in Alabama

February 7th, 2016
Years ago, I went to 80 percent black Selma, Alabama. I walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge, the most iconic Civil Rights monument in America, trying to imagine just what those white police officers dared defend on that bridge nearly 50 years before (the trip was in 2011). 

You see, we live in the post-Selma world, one where white people have lost all moral authority and even daring to speak favorably of anything remotely positive of whites means you yearn for a return to a world of segregation and Jim Crow (actually, I advocate the same goals of the American Colonization Society).
Visiting Selma and crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge means entering a city in 2016 whose 80 percent black population has performed exactly how white people long ago feared they would when left to their own devices... and the civilization whites built for their posterity crumbles 

Those white police officers on Edmund Pettus Bridge back in 1965 were defending civilization as defined by the type of world European-descended people build, maintain, and pass on to their posterity. 

Today, we live in a rapidly disintegrating society where memories of a better yesterday are but a bitter reminder of the horrors of tomorrow. 

And 80 percent black Selma in 2016 (a city with a black mayor, a black police chief, a black district attorney and a majority black city council), is representative of exactly what white people long ago knew would happen to their civilization in both their absence and with black-rule.

Because of persistent black violence, the city has hosted not-so-national-media-friendly "stop the violence" marches in 2010 and 2014, unconvincingly asking black people to stop killing each other. 

But the 80 percent black residents of Selma, who have helped make the city Alabama's most violent, continue to provide a paradise for white journalists - still stuck in a pre-Selma mindset - a veritable wonderland for woe-is-me-let's-blame-the-white-man-for-our-predicament stories. ['Still a city of slaves' – Selma, in the words of those who live there: A beacon for the civil rights movement 50 years ago, the Alabama city’s largely African American population today struggles with joblessness, poverty and drugs, The Guardian, 2-4-16]:

Ten figures clambered over piles of rubble from the old cotton warehouse, picking up bricks. It was a cold day for Selma, Alabama, close to freezing, and as the sun disappeared they gathered to warm their hands over makeshift fires. 
For 10 hours they removed bricks from piles mixed with wood and metal, chipping each recovered brick free of mortar, and then stacked them. The bricks were handmade in the 1870s, and a foreman was paying them between $10 and $20 in cash for a pile of 500.  
It was hard work. A pile took about half the day to gather, and most quit from fatigue after one go. An older man watched them: “Everyone heard about this job, but few want to do it, because it pays nothing, and lots of people been hurt doing it. But there are no jobs here in Selma. Especially if you got a record, and almost everyone in Selma has a record.” Nobody knew who owned the old warehouse, although most reckoned it was a white man: “They own everything around here.” 
A brick buyer from a construction firm came to look at the pile. “Handmade bricks, especially historical ones like this, are in demand. They often sell for over a dollar per brick.” 
Jennifer had spent the day picking bricks, and wasn’t complaining, “I am a single mother with five kids. I will do any work, and this is the only work in town.” 
A man on a break, his hands bleeding beneath a cloth wrap, smoked a cigarette. “This is slave work, that’s what it is, but the only work around. Kind of funny when you think about it, because them bricks were probably made by slaves. That is Selma for you, though: still a city of slaves.” 
Driving towards Selma, you are constantly reminded by historical markers that although once a city of slavery, the city now symbolizes civil rights. The march to secure voting rights for African Americans in 1965 originated there, and is celebrated in a film named after the city. 
Crossing over the river into Selma is another reminder; the Edmund Pettus Bridge is recognizable from newsreels of Bloody Sunday, when marchers were beaten by the police, or from last year when President Obama came to mark the 50th anniversary of that day. The central street beyond the bridge is three short blocks filled with shops catering to tourists. 
Yet if you walk beyond those blocks you see the ugliness of poverty that is modern Selma: dilapidated and boarded-up homes tagged with gang symbols, empty lots littered with vodka bottles and fast-food wrappers, and sterile low-income projects. You see men clustered on corners selling drugs, and on the better-kept homes you see sign after sign urging, “Stop the violence”. You don’t see working factories, only empty ones being torn down for scrap.You see a population disenfranchised, economically and politically. It makes Selma, a symbol of past civil rights victories, a symbol of current civil rights failures. 

Marcus, 55, moved to Selma when he was a baby. “Everyone always saying we don’t have jobs because of things we lack, but it ain’t what we lack, it’s what we have: black skin. When I was a boy we had to cross through the white neighborhood to get to school, and they used to sic the dogs on me and my younger sister. I left Selma and joined the military. When I came back, nothing much changed. They don’t sic dogs on you any more, but they stack so much against you that it might as well just be dogs.” 

Council McReynolds, 52, has spent his entire life in Selma, and wishes he could leave. “All the factories that used to be here are closed: the candy factory, the furniture company, they all picked up and moved when we elected a black mayor.” 
His house is one of only two on the long block that isn’t abandoned and boarded up. The one next to his is half-burned-down, the others sit empty, although a few people squat in them. “Selma ain’t like that movie. There everyone is shown working together and putting the past behind them. But the reality is Selma has been left behind, and folks are certainly not working together.” 
When I asked him about one of the empty buildings next to his, he smiled, “That ain’t empty at all. There is a family living there, being charged by a landlord.” 
Council’s block is not an anomaly in Selma. Boarded-up or falling-down houses make up about a quarter of the city. Many other buildings, which in other places would be considered derelict, with broken windows, porches filled with holes, are stunningly being used as rentals. 

Melvin Barnes, 39, met me in the low-income projects that surround the Brown Chapel AME church, a historical landmark that was center of the voting rights march. He grew up in Selma, started dealing at 17, and got caught up in the street life. 

“Everyone around me had guns, everyone around me dealt, and I got caught up in it. I got a gun when I was 14, carried it around, and shot it a lot. Everyone did.” 
Seven years ago, he got into a “street altercation” that ended with a bullet meant for him almost hitting a child next to him. “I came home from that, and looked at my child, and hugged him. I knew I had to stop the game.” He quit drugs and now hosts a daily radio show, and works the streets, urging others to stop the violence. 

Melvin took me to the old abandoned home he sleeps in when homeless. “I haven’t had any money since I quit dealing, nobody is gonna give a former drug user like me a job.” 
At the spot where we talked, Antoine Stallworth was shot and killed only a few yards away from the church two weeks before on New Year’s Eve. It was the last murder in Selma of 2015, bringing the total to 11, and making Selma (population about 20,000) one of the most violent cities in the US, with murder rates more than 10 times the national average. 

My last two days in Selma were spent with Escrow, 34 (named changed), who has four felony convictions, for drugs, guns and attempted murder. He moved to Selma at the age of 14, brought to live with his grandmother by a mother addicted to crack. When he shook my hand, he smiled, flashing a row of missing teeth, “Welcome to the real hood. Selma don’t play games.” 
He has been shot six times and shot many others. “I don’t know how many times I shot at people. I am just a shooter, always have been.” 
He talks quietly and methodically, only stopping to sell drugs – “excuse me, I got to make a deal”. 
When I ask about guns in Selma, he grimaces. “When I got here, everybody had a gun, everybody was shooting. I needed to be like them. I learned quickly you got to escalate, or guys will see you as weak, and shoot you dead, so I escalated.” 
He always carries a gun, except when on his block. 

t the end of my last day in Selma, exhausted from seeing so much pain, I sat outside the Brown Chapel AME church, watching kids play, and making small talk with a group of men. I went to take the picture of the kids, and forgetting their age, started my normal interview, “Do you like Selma? What was it like growing up here?” 
They all looked at me confused, except one girl, Robin, aged nine. “No I don’t like Selma. Not at all. Too much shooting and my momma can’t find a job. That is why we are moving to Florida.” 
As I photographed the kids in front of the sunset, a BMW pulled up. Two tourists got out to look at the Brown chapel. The gang of men, including Escrow, watched them, wondering where they were from. I went over and talked to the tourists who were from Ontario and excited to see places they knew from the movie, but concerned about their safety. 
When I came back and told the men where the tourists had come from they all whistled in proud disbelief. “Damn, CANADA. Wow. They came all the way from Canada to see Selma?” 
I also mentioned their fears of the neighborhood. Escrow stopped playing with his phone, looked at me, eyes drilling into me, smile gone. 
“We never harm tourists. Never. Got that. We keep our shit to ourselves. They come here because special things DID happen here. Just wish they would happen again.”
Like the Canadians, I too once went to Selma as a tourist, but unlike our friendly neighbors from the north, I visited the city not to massage my white guilt muscles (do white liberals get some weird sexual satisfaction seeing the city?); my visit to Selma was to see a visual representation of exactly what those white cops dared stop from ever coming to fruition. 

White liberals see Selma as eternally stuck in 1965, congratulating themselves over and over again for being on the "right side of history."

In reality, the civilization white people built in Selma is becoming nothing more than history, the very bricks once forming the bedrock of their civilization being chipped away and sold for pocket-change.  

I'm Canadian and have never met a white person…

February 5th, 2016
I'm Canadian and have never met a white person who likes immigration from third world countries,never met a white person that doesn't acknowledge that white people are just more advanced then our counter parts... It may not be genetically superior but it's plain as day that we are way more advanced, it doesn't make u racist to not want to be associated with people who want to live in the dark ages... I am not racist but I am sick and tired of white kids being bullied at school by Muslims, the abuse of our system but third wold immigrants, there birth rate, you don't need 9 kids. That's a strategic takeover by out birthing us and it's no secret they intend to as they want our nations to be Islam! Period... I find u liberal Marxist to be the real racists, your the people who want Christmas shut down cause U feel like it's offensive, yet there are no minorities complaining about our holidays.. I could go on and on about your retardation but I have to work so others don't have to..

His Name is Mike Gilotti: Two Black Teens Murder White Iraq War Veteran in Hoover, Alabama

February 5th, 2016
Unless you were paying attention, the murder of a Hoover, Alabama man as he went to workout in early January 2016 was probably something you never, ever read about. A platoon leader and 1st Lt. in the George W. Bush war with Iraq, Mike Gilotti is now just another name added to a roll-call few have the time to bother hearing. 
Sons of Obama: A picture the two black murderers of Mike Gilotti gleefully posed for to be added to their social media pages...
Yet another white person murdered by blacks. [2nd teen charged in murder of Hoover father, Iraq veteran, Al.com, 2-4-16]:
A second teen is now charged in the shooting death of a Hoover husband, father and Iraq war veteran. 
Authorities today announced a murder charge against 17-year-old Ahmad Johnson. He is charged in the slaying of 33-year-old Mike Gilotti who was gunned down Jan. 5, and then collapsed and died on the front steps of his Lake Cyrus home. 
Mike Gilotti, with sons Russel (left) and Kevin.
A Jefferson County grand jury six days ago indicted Johnson and 16-year-old Charleston Wells, each on one count of murder and nine counts of unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle. 
Johnson has been in custody since Jan. 7, held in Jefferson County's Family Court system. He is now charged as an adult, and expected to be transferred to the Jefferson County Jail where Wells has been held without bond since January. At least two other suspects are in custody on other charges, but they have not yet been named or charged in Gilotti's death. 
"Please understand we will continue to investigate this case until we are satisfied that everybody involved is behind bars," Hoover police Chief Nick Derzis said at a press conference held today to announce Johnson's arrest. 
Investigators today said Johnson, Wells and the other suspects are members of a Bessemer-area gang called M-tre, which stands for Money Making Mafia. Though they claim to be aspiring rappers, Rector said M-tre members are street criminals who break into cars and commit other crimes to get money. They often post pictures of themselves on Facebook and other social media sites holding guns and money. 
"I called them common street thugs at our last press conference and I think that still is an appropriate term to describe them,'' said Hoover police Capt. Gregg Rector. "They're not aspiring rappers, they're criminals. They're criminals who break into cars for a living. In this case, they're property thieves who when confronted by a homeowner, they take that to a whole new level and shoot and kill an innocent person." 
"Their motto is 'get money.' When they talk about getting money, that means taking money from you, and I, and people who actually have jobs and earn money for a living,'' Rector said. "Getting money to them means stealing from innocent victims. That's their existence."
Mike Gilotti was just another white American who believed the United States of America still existed. 

It doesn't. 

This is not a cynical or nihilistic point of view, but a reality more and more are beginning to understand. 

I grew up in an exceedingly Christian household, but have long lost the faith sustaining the insane reactions of people like Davey Blackburn and the Lash's of Atlanta, who have encountered pure evil and yet found forgiving murderers or would-be murderers a worthy action, even though these black individuals who did the unspeakable harm never asked for forgiveness. 

When one reads about the final moments of Mike Gilotti's life, who served in the United States Military and was deployed in the Middle East, the first thought that comes to mind is simply this: do a people who lack the will to live have a future on this earth? [Family mourns man killed at Lake Cyrus home: 'Nothing prepared me to hold my husband bleeding at my front doorstep, with my son yelling ‘Daddy’ and my baby crying in the other room.', WVTM13.com, 1-6-16]:


While family members mourn his loss, Hoover police are still looking for a suspect in the death of 33-year-old Mike Gilotti. 
The father and Iraq war veteran was killed by a single gunshot as he stood in his Lake Cyrus driveway Tuesday morning. 
"I just keep replaying it in my head right now. I just hear that gunshot,” said Heather Gilotti, Mike Gilotti's wife. "I'm struggling with the thought of losing my best friend. I never thought I'd be making funeral arrangements at 32 years old for my spouse." 
Heather Gilotti met Mike Gilotti at air assault school in Hawaii before he served as a platoon leader in Iraq. Back home, he was working for an insurance company. She is a physical therapist. The couple are parents to two young children – Russell, age 5, and Kevin, age 1. Life was good until early Tuesday morning, when she heard a gunshot and Mike Gilotti yelling to call 911. 
"I opened the door and he fell into my arms, and I tried to do CPR. Nothing prepared me to hold my husband bleeding at my front doorstep, with my son yelling ‘Daddy’ and my baby crying in the other room," she said. 
They were planning to go zip-lining Monday for their eighth anniversary. 
Instead, Mike Gilotti's funeral will take place Sunday. 
"I've already told the older one that his daddy is in heaven right now looking down on him and is so proud of him,” Heather Gilotti said. 
Faith was an important aspect of life for the Gilotti family.  
“I don't think I've had more peace in my heart than right now. I can't explain,” Heather said. “I don't hate this man who did it. I feel sorry for him.” 
She said before he lost consciousness, Mike Gilotti’s last words were, “God, forgive my sins.” 
Mike Gilotti is dead. 

He was simultaneously a husband and a father, roles in life he can never fulfill again. 

And yet in his final moments on earth, Mike Gilotti bled to death in the arms of his wife as his five-year-old and one-year-old son were nearby. 

Murdered by two black males, perhaps more. 

He never will get to take his wife zip-lining to celebrate their eighth anniversary.  



His Name is Mike Gilotti: Two Black Teens Murder White Iraq War Veteran in Hoover, Alabama

February 5th, 2016
Unless you were paying attention, the murder of a Hoover, Alabama man as he went to workout in early January 2016 was probably something you never, ever read about. A platoon leader and 1st Lt. in the George W. Bush war with Iraq, Mike Gilotti is now just another name added to a roll-call few have the time to bother hearing. 
Sons of Obama: A picture the two black murderers of Mike Gilotti gleefully posed for to be added to their social media pages...
Yet another white person murdered by blacks. [2nd teen charged in murder of Hoover father, Iraq veteran, Al.com, 2-4-16]:
A second teen is now charged in the shooting death of a Hoover husband, father and Iraq war veteran. 
Authorities today announced a murder charge against 17-year-old Ahmad Johnson. He is charged in the slaying of 33-year-old Mike Gilotti who was gunned down Jan. 5, and then collapsed and died on the front steps of his Lake Cyrus home. 
Mike Gilotti, with sons Russel (left) and Kevin.
A Jefferson County grand jury six days ago indicted Johnson and 16-year-old Charleston Wells, each on one count of murder and nine counts of unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle. 
Johnson has been in custody since Jan. 7, held in Jefferson County's Family Court system. He is now charged as an adult, and expected to be transferred to the Jefferson County Jail where Wells has been held without bond since January. At least two other suspects are in custody on other charges, but they have not yet been named or charged in Gilotti's death. 
"Please understand we will continue to investigate this case until we are satisfied that everybody involved is behind bars," Hoover police Chief Nick Derzis said at a press conference held today to announce Johnson's arrest. 
Investigators today said Johnson, Wells and the other suspects are members of a Bessemer-area gang called M-tre, which stands for Money Making Mafia. Though they claim to be aspiring rappers, Rector said M-tre members are street criminals who break into cars and commit other crimes to get money. They often post pictures of themselves on Facebook and other social media sites holding guns and money. 
"I called them common street thugs at our last press conference and I think that still is an appropriate term to describe them,'' said Hoover police Capt. Gregg Rector. "They're not aspiring rappers, they're criminals. They're criminals who break into cars for a living. In this case, they're property thieves who when confronted by a homeowner, they take that to a whole new level and shoot and kill an innocent person." 
"Their motto is 'get money.' When they talk about getting money, that means taking money from you, and I, and people who actually have jobs and earn money for a living,'' Rector said. "Getting money to them means stealing from innocent victims. That's their existence."
Mike Gilotti was just another white American who believed the United States of America still existed. 

It doesn't. 

This is not a cynical or nihilistic point of view, but a reality more and more are beginning to understand. 

I grew up in an exceedingly Christian household, but have long lost the faith sustaining the insane reactions of people like Davey Blackburn and the Lash's of Atlanta, who have encountered pure evil and yet found forgiving murderers or would-be murderers a worthy action, even though these black individuals who did the unspeakable harm never asked for forgiveness. 

When one reads about the final moments of Mike Gilotti's life, who served in the United States Military and was deployed in the Middle East, the first thought that comes to mind is simply this: do a people who lack the will to live have a future on this earth? [Family mourns man killed at Lake Cyrus home: 'Nothing prepared me to hold my husband bleeding at my front doorstep, with my son yelling ‘Daddy’ and my baby crying in the other room.', WVTM13.com, 1-6-16]:


While family members mourn his loss, Hoover police are still looking for a suspect in the death of 33-year-old Mike Gilotti. 
The father and Iraq war veteran was killed by a single gunshot as he stood in his Lake Cyrus driveway Tuesday morning. 
"I just keep replaying it in my head right now. I just hear that gunshot,” said Heather Gilotti, Mike Gilotti's wife. "I'm struggling with the thought of losing my best friend. I never thought I'd be making funeral arrangements at 32 years old for my spouse." 
Heather Gilotti met Mike Gilotti at air assault school in Hawaii before he served as a platoon leader in Iraq. Back home, he was working for an insurance company. She is a physical therapist. The couple are parents to two young children – Russell, age 5, and Kevin, age 1. Life was good until early Tuesday morning, when she heard a gunshot and Mike Gilotti yelling to call 911. 
"I opened the door and he fell into my arms, and I tried to do CPR. Nothing prepared me to hold my husband bleeding at my front doorstep, with my son yelling ‘Daddy’ and my baby crying in the other room," she said. 
They were planning to go zip-lining Monday for their eighth anniversary. 
Instead, Mike Gilotti's funeral will take place Sunday. 
"I've already told the older one that his daddy is in heaven right now looking down on him and is so proud of him,” Heather Gilotti said. 
Faith was an important aspect of life for the Gilotti family.  
“I don't think I've had more peace in my heart than right now. I can't explain,” Heather said. “I don't hate this man who did it. I feel sorry for him.” 
She said before he lost consciousness, Mike Gilotti’s last words were, “God, forgive my sins.” 
Mike Gilotti is dead. 

He was simultaneously a husband and a father, roles in life he can never fulfill again. 

And yet in his final moments on earth, Mike Gilotti bled to death in the arms of his wife as his five-year-old and one-year-old son were nearby. 

Murdered by two black males, perhaps more. 

He never will get to take his wife zip-lining to celebrate their eighth anniversary.  



Two Years After Blacks Killed Amber Long Over a $14 Purse, Philadelphia Detectives Have No Leads in Solving Her Murder

February 4th, 2016
Heroes are for the stories. 

For the theater. 

For fiction. 

In our world, villainy reigns. 
Amber Long, 26-years-old on Jan. 19, 2014, always felt safe in Philadelphia, what she dubbed "her city." She was murdered two years ago by two unidentified black males, as they shot her after Amber dared fight to keep her $14 purse from falling int their hands. Two years later, detectives have virtually no leads in cracking the case...


Amber Long would have been 28 on December 23, 2015. 

Her mother, Stephanie, still keeps alive the hope the black killers of her daughter will be brought to justice, though virtually no one dares mention Amber Long was murdered by unidentified blacks in Philadelphia on Jan. 19, 2014. 

Amber and her mom were walking on North Front Street, heading to the former's car after attending a reception at a museum earlier in the night. A car was following them, with two assailants eventually getting out and targeting the Long's for a burglary. They grabbed Amber's purse and after she pulled back, they shot her with a .22 in the abdomen. 

The bag had been purchased at a thrift shop days before for $14 dollars.

[Two years later, detectives still work Amber Long case, Philly.com, January 20, 2016]:

Philadelphia Detective John McNamee knows of cases that stay with homicide investigators. Cases that remain stubbornly unsolved, cases that sit on the desks of veteran detectives who have cleared dozens of killings. Cases that they carry for years. 
He doesn't want to carry Amber Long's case for much longer. 
Long was 26 when she was killed walking to her car in Northern Liberties on the night of Jan. 19, 2014. 
She and her mother had just attended a gala at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. On a desolate stretch of Front Street, two men approached them and grabbed at their purses. 
Long held onto hers a second too long. Her assailant pulled out a .22-caliber pistol and fired once, striking her in her abdomen. Long collapsed on the sidewalk at her mother's feet. 
The men fled in a rented car. 
McNamee has worked on the case for two years - two years spent poring over surveillance footage, sifting through hundreds of rental-car records, following up on leads that never panned out. 
What he needs now, he says, is for someone to "grow a conscience" and call in the tip that will break Amber Long's case. The city's $20,000 reward in the case still stands. 
"We have everything we need. We've collected the evidence. We're ready for when the day comes," McNamee said in a recent interview at Police Headquarters. 
Long's case is not without evidence. It's just that the evidence hasn't been enough. 
There is surveillance footage of the shooting that only shows the killers from behind. 
Video of the rental car they drove that's too blurry to make out the license plate. 
Ballistics evidence that has not matched any known gun. 
"There were at least two, maybe three, people involved," said McNamee's supervisor, Lt. Mark Deegan. "We're hoping that maybe someone talks too much one night." 
They're hoping that someone else overhears an incriminating conversation and decides to call police. 
In the meantime, they wait. They check guns seized by local and federal authorities to see if one can be traced to Long's killing. They took the video of Long's killing to the FBI in an effort to enhance the picture. They follow up every tip that comes in, however insubstantial. 
McNamee has stopped watching the grainy surveillance video of the shooting. 
"I don't have to see that video anymore," he said. "It is ingrained in my mind." 
Long was a transplant from Harrisburg, a graduate of Philadelphia University who stayed after graduation and decided to make the city her own. An architect, she had landed a promising job at a local firm just before her death. 
In the two years since the shooting, Long's mother, Stephanie, has cleaned out her daughter's apartment on Ritner Street in South Philadelphia. She has carted off Amber's unfinished paintings, and finished some herself. She has raised tens of thousands of dollars for a scholarship in Amber's name. 
On the first anniversary of her daughter's death, Stephanie Long showed up at the homicide unit with daffodils for the detectives - bright flowers in honor of her daughter's "bright, sunny smile." Daffodils will dot Philadelphia University's campus come spring - Stephanie Long and her daughter's friends planted 1,000 bulbs there in October. 
"Hopefully they will bring as much joy to others as they would have to her," she wrote on Facebook at the time. 
She could not be reached for comment on Monday. The Facebook page she runs in honor of Amber has been quiet of late, but was flooded with birthday wishes on what would have been her daughter's 28th birthday on Dec. 23. 
"So many things make me think of you. Your wisdom and maturity that was beyond your years and your love of life in general. I remember cartwheels in the grass, building snowmen and counting stars," one friend wrote. "Thinking of you today and every day." 
Deegan and McNamee, in a cramped back office at Police Headquarters, say they will chase every tip they get, follow every scrap of a lead, be there when, at last, the call they need comes in. 
"You don't get frustrated," McNamee said. "You don't lose your determination." 
He doesn't want to carry this case. But he will carry it for as long as he must.

 Amber would die 40 minutes after the shooting as she was being rushed to a hospital in Philadelphia. I've long wondered what the final words were Stephanie spoke to her daughter in those final moments they shared together, before Amber would slip out consciousness.

When students pass by the 1,000's of daffodils on the Philadelphia University campus, few (if any) will know why they were planted.

An attempted stealing of a $14 dollar purse is why those daffodils blow in the wind.

In darker moments, I wonder if Stephanie Long has dared dip just one toe into the tragically deep waters of race realism, daring to look at the horrifying number of black-on-white murderers occurring just since Barack Obama became president.

Amber Long should still be alive, happy to be 28-years-old and moving forward with her life. She should still be sharing in the love her mother gave her, and looking forward to attaining milestones she could never even dream of achieving.

Instead, like a grain of sand on the beach, she is just another nameless, voiceless white life snuffed out in a war yet without a name.

I know if Stephanie Long ever came across this posting, she'd probably boil over with anger that any person would ever dare demean Amber's memory by associating it with racial honesty, but that's basically the only manner in which Amber will ever be remembered.

If Stephanie only know how many daffodils would need to be planted to commemorate the life of a white person murdered by a black assailant, her eyes would gaze upon an seemingly field of floral memories of lives extinguished by a villain few dare address.



Two Years After Blacks Killed Amber Long Over a $14 Purse, Philadelphia Detectives Have No Leads in Solving Her Murder

February 4th, 2016
Heroes are for the stories. 

For the theater. 

For fiction. 

In our world, villainy reigns. 
Amber Long, 26-years-old on Jan. 19, 2014, always felt safe in Philadelphia, what she dubbed "her city." She was murdered two years ago by two unidentified black males, as they shot her after Amber dared fight to keep her $14 purse from falling int their hands. Two years later, detectives have virtually no leads in cracking the case...


Amber Long would have been 28 on December 23, 2015. 

Her mother, Stephanie, still keeps alive the hope the black killers of her daughter will be brought to justice, though virtually no one dares mention Amber Long was murdered by unidentified blacks in Philadelphia on Jan. 19, 2014. 

Amber and her mom were walking on North Front Street, heading to the former's car after attending a reception at a museum earlier in the night. A car was following them, with two assailants eventually getting out and targeting the Long's for a burglary. They grabbed Amber's purse and after she pulled back, they shot her with a .22 in the abdomen. 

The bag had been purchased at a thrift shop days before for $14 dollars.

[Two years later, detectives still work Amber Long case, Philly.com, January 20, 2016]:

Philadelphia Detective John McNamee knows of cases that stay with homicide investigators. Cases that remain stubbornly unsolved, cases that sit on the desks of veteran detectives who have cleared dozens of killings. Cases that they carry for years. 
He doesn't want to carry Amber Long's case for much longer. 
Long was 26 when she was killed walking to her car in Northern Liberties on the night of Jan. 19, 2014. 
She and her mother had just attended a gala at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. On a desolate stretch of Front Street, two men approached them and grabbed at their purses. 
Long held onto hers a second too long. Her assailant pulled out a .22-caliber pistol and fired once, striking her in her abdomen. Long collapsed on the sidewalk at her mother's feet. 
The men fled in a rented car. 
McNamee has worked on the case for two years - two years spent poring over surveillance footage, sifting through hundreds of rental-car records, following up on leads that never panned out. 
What he needs now, he says, is for someone to "grow a conscience" and call in the tip that will break Amber Long's case. The city's $20,000 reward in the case still stands. 
"We have everything we need. We've collected the evidence. We're ready for when the day comes," McNamee said in a recent interview at Police Headquarters. 
Long's case is not without evidence. It's just that the evidence hasn't been enough. 
There is surveillance footage of the shooting that only shows the killers from behind. 
Video of the rental car they drove that's too blurry to make out the license plate. 
Ballistics evidence that has not matched any known gun. 
"There were at least two, maybe three, people involved," said McNamee's supervisor, Lt. Mark Deegan. "We're hoping that maybe someone talks too much one night." 
They're hoping that someone else overhears an incriminating conversation and decides to call police. 
In the meantime, they wait. They check guns seized by local and federal authorities to see if one can be traced to Long's killing. They took the video of Long's killing to the FBI in an effort to enhance the picture. They follow up every tip that comes in, however insubstantial. 
McNamee has stopped watching the grainy surveillance video of the shooting. 
"I don't have to see that video anymore," he said. "It is ingrained in my mind." 
Long was a transplant from Harrisburg, a graduate of Philadelphia University who stayed after graduation and decided to make the city her own. An architect, she had landed a promising job at a local firm just before her death. 
In the two years since the shooting, Long's mother, Stephanie, has cleaned out her daughter's apartment on Ritner Street in South Philadelphia. She has carted off Amber's unfinished paintings, and finished some herself. She has raised tens of thousands of dollars for a scholarship in Amber's name. 
On the first anniversary of her daughter's death, Stephanie Long showed up at the homicide unit with daffodils for the detectives - bright flowers in honor of her daughter's "bright, sunny smile." Daffodils will dot Philadelphia University's campus come spring - Stephanie Long and her daughter's friends planted 1,000 bulbs there in October. 
"Hopefully they will bring as much joy to others as they would have to her," she wrote on Facebook at the time. 
She could not be reached for comment on Monday. The Facebook page she runs in honor of Amber has been quiet of late, but was flooded with birthday wishes on what would have been her daughter's 28th birthday on Dec. 23. 
"So many things make me think of you. Your wisdom and maturity that was beyond your years and your love of life in general. I remember cartwheels in the grass, building snowmen and counting stars," one friend wrote. "Thinking of you today and every day." 
Deegan and McNamee, in a cramped back office at Police Headquarters, say they will chase every tip they get, follow every scrap of a lead, be there when, at last, the call they need comes in. 
"You don't get frustrated," McNamee said. "You don't lose your determination." 
He doesn't want to carry this case. But he will carry it for as long as he must.

 Amber would die 40 minutes after the shooting as she was being rushed to a hospital in Philadelphia. I've long wondered what the final words were Stephanie spoke to her daughter in those final moments they shared together, before Amber would slip out conscious.

When students pass by the 1,000's of daffodils on the Philadelphia University campus, few (if any) will know why they were planted.

An attempted stealing of a $14 dollar purse is why those daffodils blow in the wind.

In darker moments, I wonder if Stephanie Long has dared dip just one toe into the tragically deep waters of race realism, daring to look at the horrifying number of black-on-white murderers occurring just since Barack Obama became president.

Amber Long should still be alive, happy to be 28-years-old and moving forward with her life. She should still be sharing in the love her mother gave her, and looking forward to attaining milestones she could never even dream of achieving.

Instead, like a grain of sand on the beach, she is just another nameless, voiceless white life snuffed out in a war yet without a name.

I know if Stephanie Long ever came across this posting, she'd probably boil over with anger that any person would ever dare demean Amber's memory by associating it with racial honesty, but that's basically the only manner in which Amber will ever be remembered.

If Stephanie only know how many daffodils would need to be planted to commemorate the life of a white person murdered by a black assailant, her eyes would gaze upon an seemingly field of floral memories of lives extinguished by a villain few dare address.



“It’s not crazy when the state of the world makes you want to kill everyone responsible. It’s crazy when it doesn’t.”

February 3rd, 2016
"It's not crazy when the state of the world makes you want to kill everyone responsible. It's crazy when it doesn't." -- Frank Castle

I've held off writing this, because it's a story haunting my every thought. 

Nightmares are more pleasant then what Amanda Blackburn and her unborn child experienced in their moments on earth, when three black males (all now charged with murder) participated in a home invasion that ended only her in death. 


Trying to imagine the horror she faced alone in fighting for her life, I've felt emotions I'm not sure even her feckless husband has felt (more on Davey Blackburn shortly). Remember: she fought to the bitter end for her life, with her black killer shooting her somewhere "in the upper body so he would not be scratched... then he leaned over her body and shot her in the back of the head. He leaned further, looked at her face, and watched her bleed.”

Sometime in late December of 2015, a story about her husband (Davey) was published, causing me to question virtually every belief I've ever had about religion. In early December 2015, he claimed God "allowed Amanda's death to give his church life," which didn't sit quite right with me. 

Before the start of the new year, he'd go even further. [Pastor whose wife was murdered preaches for first time since her death, WYFF4.com, 12-26-15]:

For the first time since a former Upstate youth pastor’s pregnant wife was killed during a home invasion robbery, Davey Blackburn preached to his congregation. 
Blackburn preached Wednesday night at Resonate Church in Indianapolis for the first time since his wife, Amanda, was killed last month. The couple had moved there from the Upstate in order to start the church.  
"Hope in the midst of hurt," he told the congregation. "Don't you think that I've asked God, 'God I feel like your promises, the dreams you put in my heart for Amanda, I feel like they failed.' You don't think I've asked that? Amanda was one of the most righteous and godly people I know." 
And she is being blessed because of that, he said. 
"Amanda experienced and is experiencing every single one of those. She was righteous and I believe highly favored," Blackburn said. 
But for him, he sometimes says he feels like he is on a trip with no way home. 
"My mind goes through that progression about coming home, then I realize I don't have a home because Amanda was my home. It hurts," he said
"Sometimes I feel like somebody's got my head and they're just pushing it under water over and over and over. And I have no breath inside me and I hurt so deeply and I can't breathe underwater and yet, for just a little minute, maybe a couple days, maybe a couple hours I get this breath. I feel this hope. 
I also believe Amanda is among the martyrs. Do you know why? Because she and I moved up here to reach people just like the people who killed her." 
Blackburn said he has hope, even for the men accused of killing his wife. 
"What if these three guys end up meeting Jesus out of this? Could you imagine?" he said.
 I've held off writing about this story for more than a month, because I can't quite grasp the joy Davey Blackburn feels in hoping the three black killers of his wife and unborn child have a positive meeting with Jesus. 

In our world, Davey, your dead wife isn't a martyr -- her black killers will be perceived as such.

Amanda Blackburn's "righteous and godly" nature didn't protect her from one of the most harrowing deaths I've ever read about, with an agent of absolute evil (Satanic?) peering over her body as he "watched her bleed."

There is no hope for people like Davey Blackburn (if he's correct in his theology, perhaps he'll find peace in the afterlife as I pray everyday his wife and unborn child have found), because no matter the depth of one's faith and devout belief in God, there's no definitive proof such a deity exists.

Read of the final moments of the poor Christians who sought refuge in the St. Sofia in 1453 as the Muslims took Constantinople, believing an avenging angel with a fiery sword would grant them salvation from the hordes of Turks rampaging through the city... those who survived spent their remaining years of slaves of their Muslims captors, cursing the angel for its tardiness.

"He leaned further, looked at her face, and watched her bleed.”

That's the final sight your wife saw, Davey, as she viewed one of her three black killers looking down at her body as she bleed out.

Can you imagine?








“It’s not crazy when the state of the world makes you want to kill everyone responsible. It’s crazy when it doesn’t.”

February 3rd, 2016
"It's not crazy when the state of the world makes you want to kill everyone responsible. It's crazy when it doesn't." -- Frank Castle

I've held off writing this, because it's a story haunting my every thought. 

Nightmares are more pleasant then what Amanda Blackburn and her unborn child experienced in their moments on earth, when three black males (all now charged with murder) participated in a home invasion that ended only her in death. 


Trying to imagine the horror she faced alone in fighting for her life, I've felt emotions I'm not sure even her feckless husband has felt (more on Davey Blackburn shortly). Remember: she fought to the bitter end for her life, with her black killer shooting her somewhere "in the upper body so he would not be scratched... then he leaned over her body and shot her in the back of the head. He leaned further, looked at her face, and watched her bleed.”

Sometime in late December of 2015, a story about her husband (Davey) was published, causing me to question virtually every belief I've ever had about religion. In early December 2015, he claimed God "allowed Amanda's death to give his church life," which didn't sit quite right with me. 

Before the start of the new year, he'd go even further. [Pastor whose wife was murdered preaches for first time since her death, WYFF4.com, 12-26-15]:

For the first time since a former Upstate youth pastor’s pregnant wife was killed during a home invasion robbery, Davey Blackburn preached to his congregation. 
Blackburn preached Wednesday night at Resonate Church in Indianapolis for the first time since his wife, Amanda, was killed last month. The couple had moved there from the Upstate in order to start the church.  
"Hope in the midst of hurt," he told the congregation. "Don't you think that I've asked God, 'God I feel like your promises, the dreams you put in my heart for Amanda, I feel like they failed.' You don't think I've asked that? Amanda was one of the most righteous and godly people I know." 
And she is being blessed because of that, he said. 
"Amanda experienced and is experiencing every single one of those. She was righteous and I believe highly favored," Blackburn said. 
But for him, he sometimes says he feels like he is on a trip with no way home. 
"My mind goes through that progression about coming home, then I realize I don't have a home because Amanda was my home. It hurts," he said
"Sometimes I feel like somebody's got my head and they're just pushing it under water over and over and over. And I have no breath inside me and I hurt so deeply and I can't breathe underwater and yet, for just a little minute, maybe a couple days, maybe a couple hours I get this breath. I feel this hope. 
I also believe Amanda is among the martyrs. Do you know why? Because she and I moved up here to reach people just like the people who killed her." 
Blackburn said he has hope, even for the men accused of killing his wife. 
"What if these three guys end up meeting Jesus out of this? Could you imagine?" he said.
 I've held off writing about this story for more than a month, because I can't quite grasp the joy Davey Blackburn feels in hoping the three black killers of his wife and unborn child have a positive meeting with Jesus. 

In our world, Davey, your dead wife isn't a martyr -- her black killers will be perceived as such.

Amanda Blackburn's "righteous and godly" nature didn't protect her from one of the most harrowing deaths I've ever read about, with an agent of absolute evil (Satanic?) peering over her body as he "watched her bleed."

There is no hope for people like Davey Blackburn (if he's correct in his theology, perhaps he'll find peace in the afterlife as I pray everyday his wife and unborn child have found), because no matter the depth of one's faith and devout belief in God, there's no definitive proof such a deity exists.

Read of the final moments of the poor Christians who sought refuge in the St. Sofia in 1453 as the Muslims took Constantinople, believing an avenging angel with a fiery sword would grant them salvation from the hordes of Turks rampaging through the city... those who survived spent their remaining years of slaves of their Muslims captors, cursing the angel for its tardiness.

"He leaned further, looked at her face, and watched her bleed.”

That's the final sight your wife saw, Davey, as she viewed one of her three black killers looking down at her body as she bleed out.

Can you imagine?








Black Woman Attacks Multiple Elderly White Woman, Gets 20-Years in Jail; After Six Months, Black Judge Grants Shock Probation

February 2nd, 2016
"Erised stra ehru oyt ube cafru oyt on wohsi."   
-- The mantra of those who believe there's still something left in trying to persevere in the United States of America

The United States of America is irredeemable. 

No matter what political force arises, no matter who may stand up and breath life into the Historic American Nation, what once was can never be again. 
All she did was attack four or five elderly white women... why make her stay in jail more than six months?


There's no need to cry for yesterday, because no matter the lamentations for what you once knew to be, the only certainty is tomorrow will come regardless of your supplications. 

This has always been the one reality of the world no wishful thinking or divine interference can ever change. 

Which brings us to this shining example of Black-Run America (BRA) on February 1, 2016: Demesha Hicks of Louisville. She, as a black female, attacked multiple elderly white women in 2013 after scouting them out at a local grocery store (shades of the original Death Wish). Here's one of the initial stories. [Police: woman beat and robbed elderly victims, WDRB.com, 11-15-13]:

Police say a Louisville woman beat up elderly women and then robbed them.  
The suspect is 27-year-old Demesha Hicks.  She is locked up at Metro Corrections.
Police say she followed the victims home from grocery stores.  But while they may have been elderly, they refused to go down without a fight. 
"I called her a dirty bit**, and then I turned around and said, oh, you wouldn't even make a dirty bit**," says Donna Woods, who is a beating and robbery victim. 
Those are pretty strong words coming from an 82-year-old.  Woods says they were directed at the person who injured her arm.  "She fractured it when she threw me from the steps to the basket out in the yard," explains Woods. 
It happened on Monday.  Police say Hicks attacked Woods and at least three other elderly women. 
"I noticed her when she got a hold of me.  She was right on me before I could do any...but I couldn't do anything 'cause I don't walk too steady," says Woods. 
Metro Police say Hicks found her victims at local grocery stores.  "She would drive around the parking lot, looking for a victim that fit was she was looking for, which would be an elderly female, easy target purse," says Det. Aaron Tinelli. 
Police say once Hicks identified her victims, she followed them home from the store and then attacked. 
Tinelli explains, "Once they got to their home and they exited their vehicle, she was rushing up to them, knocking them down, beating them and then taking their purse." 
Detective Tinelli arrested Hicks on Tuesday and says images from surveillance videos at some of the stores helped them identify her, and she eventually confessed to the crimes.  He says, "We asked her why she did it and she told us it was just the hardest year of her life and she had a very difficult time." 
"I was happy, I was very happy," says Woods, who is relieved that Hicks is off the streets.  "Oh yeah, I hope they put her under the jail."
Unfortunately, there would be no jail for Demesha Hicks to be "put under." A black judge in Louisville would work to get her out of jail after serving only six months on a 20-year-sentence. [Shock probation granted for woman who assaulted elderly victims, WDRB.com, 1-28-16]:


A second chance for the Louisville woman who attacked and robbed the elderly.  
Demesha Hicks is getting out of prison, six months into a 20-year sentence.  
Hicks looked for senior citizens at grocery stores, followed them home, and robbed them, sometimes violently. This morning Judge Brian Edwards granted Hicks' request for shock probation after a hearing earlier in the week. 
Attorneys say Hicks was a single mother, homeless and desperate when she committed the crimes, and this was her first arrest..  
The Mirror of Erised: The past isn't coming back, folks. No matter how badly we may want the greatness of America to return, it's behind us. 
Family members of the victims voiced their opposition to shock probation during a hearing on Tuesday.  
"You do the crime, you do the time," said Brian Tomes, a relative of one of the victims Hicks attacked. "What message are we sending to people just because it's your first offense...that if you say you're sorry, it's OK." 
While shock probation was granted for Hicks, she must still serve home incarceration for a period of time and report to seven counties daily to transition back into the community.
This is America in 2016. A black woman attacking multiple (elderly) white women, gets her 20-year sentence commuted after a mere six months.

By a black judge.

There is no reformation coming, people.

When you understand this, you'll be able to calmly accept that America is irredeemable and embrace the future.

However uncertain it may be, there is one absolute certainty: the past greatness of the nation is never returning. You can spend your whole life staring into the Mirror of Erised and waste it away, but it won't bring back the past.


Black Woman Attacks Multiple Elderly White Woman, Gets 20-Years in Jail; After Six Months, Black Judge Grants Shock Probation

February 2nd, 2016
"Erised stra ehru oyt ube cafru oyt on wohsi."   
-- The mantra of those who believe there's still something left in trying to persevere in the United States of America

The United States of America is irredeemable. 

No matter what political force arises, no matter who may stand up and breath life into the Historic American Nation, what once was can never be again. 
All she did was attack four or five elderly white women... why make her stay in jail more than six months?


There's no need to cry for yesterday, because no matter the lamentations for what you once knew to be, the only certainty is tomorrow will come regardless of your supplications. 

This has always been the one reality of the world no wishful thinking or divine interference can ever change. 

Which brings us to this shining example of Black-Run America (BRA) on February 1, 2016: Demesha Hicks of Louisville. She, as a black female, attacked multiple elderly white women in 2013 after scouting them out at a local grocery store (shades of the original Death Wish). Here's one of the initial stories. [Police: woman beat and robbed elderly victims, WDRB.com, 11-15-13]:

Police say a Louisville woman beat up elderly women and then robbed them.  
The suspect is 27-year-old Demesha Hicks.  She is locked up at Metro Corrections.
Police say she followed the victims home from grocery stores.  But while they may have been elderly, they refused to go down without a fight. 
"I called her a dirty bit**, and then I turned around and said, oh, you wouldn't even make a dirty bit**," says Donna Woods, who is a beating and robbery victim. 
Those are pretty strong words coming from an 82-year-old.  Woods says they were directed at the person who injured her arm.  "She fractured it when she threw me from the steps to the basket out in the yard," explains Woods. 
It happened on Monday.  Police say Hicks attacked Woods and at least three other elderly women. 
"I noticed her when she got a hold of me.  She was right on me before I could do any...but I couldn't do anything 'cause I don't walk too steady," says Woods. 
Metro Police say Hicks found her victims at local grocery stores.  "She would drive around the parking lot, looking for a victim that fit was she was looking for, which would be an elderly female, easy target purse," says Det. Aaron Tinelli. 
Police say once Hicks identified her victims, she followed them home from the store and then attacked. 
Tinelli explains, "Once they got to their home and they exited their vehicle, she was rushing up to them, knocking them down, beating them and then taking their purse." 
Detective Tinelli arrested Hicks on Tuesday and says images from surveillance videos at some of the stores helped them identify her, and she eventually confessed to the crimes.  He says, "We asked her why she did it and she told us it was just the hardest year of her life and she had a very difficult time." 
"I was happy, I was very happy," says Woods, who is relieved that Hicks is off the streets.  "Oh yeah, I hope they put her under the jail."
Unfortunately, there would be no jail for Demesha Hicks to be "put under." A black judge in Louisville would work to get her out of jail after serving only six months on a 20-year-sentence. [Shock probation granted for woman who assaulted elderly victims, WDRB.com, 1-28-16]:


A second chance for the Louisville woman who attacked and robbed the elderly.  
Demesha Hicks is getting out of prison, six months into a 20-year sentence.  
Hicks looked for senior citizens at grocery stores, followed them home, and robbed them, sometimes violently. This morning Judge Brian Edwards granted Hicks' request for shock probation after a hearing earlier in the week. 
Attorneys say Hicks was a single mother, homeless and desperate when she committed the crimes, and this was her first arrest..  
The Mirror of Erised: The past isn't coming back, folks. No matter how badly we may want the greatness of America to return, it's behind us. 
Family members of the victims voiced their opposition to shock probation during a hearing on Tuesday.  
"You do the crime, you do the time," said Brian Tomes, a relative of one of the victims Hicks attacked. "What message are we sending to people just because it's your first offense...that if you say you're sorry, it's OK." 
While shock probation was granted for Hicks, she must still serve home incarceration for a period of time and report to seven counties daily to transition back into the community.
This is America in 2016. A black woman attacking multiple (elderly) white women, gets her 20-year sentence commuted after a mere six months.

By a black judge.

There is no reformation coming, people.

When you understand this, you'll be able to calmly accept that America is irredeemable and embrace the future.

However uncertain it may be, there is one absolute certainty: the past greatness of the nation is never returning. You can spend your whole life staring into the Mirror of Erised and waste it away, but it won't bring back the past.


Skrewdriver Viking Helmet Warlord Iron On Patch

February 1st, 2016
Skrewdriver Viking Helmet Warlord Iron On Patch 4.5 inches (11.43 cm) x 3.5 Inches (8.89 cm) Skrewdriver Warlord Iron-On Patch Newly cleaned up retro design featuring the words WARLORD SKREWDRIVER and a Viking Helmet. Micetrap Distribution LLC. had these patches manufactured directly, so we are able to cut the price down to only $6.00 a patch! These patches have a clear coating on the back that allows you to attach them to fabrics with a standard household iron or heat press. They can also be sewn on.

KKK MIOAK Ku Klux Klan Blood Drop Cross 3 Inch Iron On Patch

February 1st, 2016
KKK MIOAK Ku Klux Klan Blood Drop Cross 3 Inch Iron On Patch 3 Inch (7.62 cm) Blood Drop Ku Klux Klan Iron-On Patch For the past century, the primary symbol related to Ku Klux Klan groups is called the MIOAK (an acronym for "Mystic Insignia of a Klansman"). It is more commonly referred to as the "Blood Drop" Cross. It appears as a square white cross in black outline against a circular red background. In the middle of the cross is what appears to be a drop of red blood. Micetrap Distribution LLC. had these patches manufactured directly, so we are able to cut the price down to only $6.00 a patch! These patches have a clear coating on the back that allows you to attach them to fabrics with a standard household iron or heat press. They can also be sewn on.

Rock Against Communism R.A.C. 3 Inch Iron-On Patch

February 1st, 2016
Rock Against Communism R.A.C. 3 Inch Iron-On Patch 3 Inch (7.62 cm) Rock Against Communism Iron-On Patch Freshly cleaned up Rock Against Communism patch featuring the infamous skull taking a bite out of the Russian Sickle. This extremely high-quality 3 inch round R.A.C. Rock Against Communism patch features a skull biting into a Russian Communist Sickle with the words "Rock Against Communism." Micetrap Distribution LLC. had these patches manufactured directly, so we are able to cut the price down to only $6.00 a patch! These patches have a clear coating on the back that allows you to attach them to fabrics with a standard household iron or heat press. They can also be sewn on.

Ku Klux Klan Quod Semper Quod Ubique Quod Ab Omnibus KKK Iron On Patch

February 1st, 2016
Ku Klux Klan Quod Semper Quod Ubique Quod Ab Omnibus KKK Iron On Patch 4.25 Inches (10.795 cm) x 4.25 Inches (10.795 cm) x 3.75 Inches (9.525 cm) Iron-On Patch "Quod Semper Quod Ubique Quod - Quod Ab Omnibus" is Latin for "What has been held always, everywhere, by everybody" and this design was used by the Ku Klux Klan approximately 1870. This extremely high-quality triangle shaped yellow, black and red Ku Klux Klan patch features a dragon inside the words "Quod Semper Quod Ubique Quod Quod Ab Omnibus." Micetrap Distribution LLC. had these patches manufactured directly, so we are able to cut the price down to only $6.00 a patch! These patches have a clear coating on the back that allows you to attach them to fabrics with a standard household iron or heat press. They can also be sewn on.

Things you can do outside the EU

February 1st, 2016
Switzerland has a proposal due to come up for national referendum which would expel any foreigner convicted of a criminal offence. Needless to say the usual bleeding hearts claim this violates European rules, to which the proposers of the referendum, the SVP (Swiss People's [Volk] Party), retort that Switzerland is not in the EU so no problem there.

Switzerland: Foreign crims not wanted
 
Meanwhile our "Dave" is schmoosing the Eurocracy trying to get the right for the UK not to pay in-work benefits to immigrants as soon as they turn up and take our jobs.  He thinks this will make us vote to stay in the giant kleptocracy come the plebiscite in the summer, or autumn if he wimps out of a summer vote.

Dave may not get the concessions he wants from Europe and even if he gets everything he asks for it will not be enough to make staying in worth while.

Hopefully we won't become as poor as Switzerland when we leave. (Switzerland is per captia the 10th richest country in the world, and the UK 23rd. And in most of the countries above Switzerland it's only the Sheikhs who have got the cash.)

White Atlanta Mother Who Said, ‘Please don’t shoot, I have a little baby,’ Joins Her Husband in Forgiving the Four Blacks Who Tried to Kill Them

February 1st, 2016
It's a headline from one of the most terrifying stories of 2015 that should still send chills down your spine.  Four black males participate in a home invasion of a young white family in Atlanta, shooting the white father and then shooting at the white mother after she pleaded with them not to shoot... because she had a baby. [Atlanta home invasion: ‘Please don’t shoot, I have a little baby’, AJC.com, August 19, 2015]:

Michael Lash knew he had a broken leg and he couldn’t feel his other foot. One bullet had gone in the front of his thigh and out the back. 
While trying to protect his wife and two young children, the northwest Atlanta father was shot in both legs Sunday evening, the beginning of a few terrifying moments for the family. As Lash was recovering Tuesday, Atlanta police were investigating the home invasion, hopeful that security cameras on neighboring homes and evidence left behind would help identify the suspects. 
The Lash family had just returned to their Sumter Street home from vacation Sunday night when two male teenagers approached Lash on his front porch, witnesses told police. The teens — one in a yellow shirt, the other in a red one — asked if they could borrow a jack for their car and tried to force their way inside as two other teens stood across the street, police said. 
When Lash tried to close the door, he was shot by the teen in yellow, who had a short afro and tattoos and piercings on his face, Lash was able to tell witnesses and police. 
Inside the home, Lash’s wife, Whitney, heard the shots, grabbed the couple’s 6-month-old daughter and ran toward the back door, her mother, Jessica Huffman, told Channel 2 Action News. Whitney Lash called 911, and in a hushed voice, told the operator her husband had been shot. 
“I just ran outside with my baby,” the mother said in the 911 call. 
The suspects fired two shots at the mother, but missed her as she ran out the back door and to a nearby home for help. 
“He followed her and caught up with her at the gate and she turned around and said, ‘Please don’t shoot me, I have a little baby,’” Huffman said.
Why rehash this horrifying story?
Brandon Jerome Smith, Vashawn Smith, Trequan Sutton and Quindarius Slade: the four black males who threatened the Lash family, with Brandon opening fire on Whitney after she said, "please don't shoot, I have a little baby."

Because it has an even more horrifying postscript: the white family has forgiven those blacks who nearly took the entire's family life, including opening fire upon Whitney after she pleaded with them not to shoot at her... because she had a baby. [Suspect pleads guilty, gets life plus in violent Atlanta home invasion, AJC.com, 1-28-16]:
Michael Lash may never regain feeling in one foot after being shot in both legs. Though his wife and baby daughter weren’t physically injured in a violent home invasion in northwest Atlanta, the two dodged bullets by inches. 
Still, the couple has forgiven the four teenagers responsible, the Lashes said Thursday morning in a Fulton County courtroom. The first of four suspects accused in the shooting, meanwhile, offered no apologies while pleading guilty. 
Brandon Jerome Smith, who turned 19 on Jan. 21, was sentenced to life in prison, plus 20 years and an additional five years for the violent home invasion in August. The sentence means Smith will likely spend at least 45 years in prison, prosecutors said. 
Smith never spoke to Michael and Whitney Lash, both seated in the courtroom with family members, or glanced at them. But he quietly responded to questions about whether he understood the conditions of a plea deal. 
“Yes, ma’am,” Smith said, barely audible, even through a microphone. 
Smith’s attorney said he was under the influence of a variety of drugs the day he led three other teenagers to the Lash family home on Sumter Street. After growing up in poverty and surrounded by drug use and violence, Smith also began using drugs as a child, his attorney said. Marijuana, cocaine and prescription drugs were included. 
But in statements to the court, the Lashes said Smith and his co-defendants could have run away instead of forcing their way into the family’s home. 
“It did grip the city,” Judge Henry Newkirk told the court. “It is a family’s worst nightmare.” 
The remaining three defendants — Veshawn Smith, 15, and Trequan Sutton and Quindarius Slade, both 16, each pleaded guilty Thursday afternoon and were sentenced to 18 years in prison. 
“All it takes is one lapse in judgment and it can terribly affect your lives,” Newkirk said. “You will get out of prison one day, and believe it not, it’s going to be sooner rather than later.”
 
"One lapse of judgement," Mr. Judge? 

America is irredeemable.  

White Atlanta Mother Who Said, ‘Please don’t shoot, I have a little baby,’ Joins Her Husband in Forgiving the Four Blacks Who Tried to Kill Them

February 1st, 2016
It's a headline from one of the most terrifying stories of 2015 that should still send chills down your spine.  Four black males participate in a home invasion of a young white family in Atlanta, shooting the white father and then shooting at the white mother after she pleaded with them not to shoot... because she had a baby. [Atlanta home invasion: ‘Please don’t shoot, I have a little baby’, AJC.com, August 19, 2015]:

Michael Lash knew he had a broken leg and he couldn’t feel his other foot. One bullet had gone in the front of his thigh and out the back. 
While trying to protect his wife and two young children, the northwest Atlanta father was shot in both legs Sunday evening, the beginning of a few terrifying moments for the family. As Lash was recovering Tuesday, Atlanta police were investigating the home invasion, hopeful that security cameras on neighboring homes and evidence left behind would help identify the suspects. 
The Lash family had just returned to their Sumter Street home from vacation Sunday night when two male teenagers approached Lash on his front porch, witnesses told police. The teens — one in a yellow shirt, the other in a red one — asked if they could borrow a jack for their car and tried to force their way inside as two other teens stood across the street, police said. 
When Lash tried to close the door, he was shot by the teen in yellow, who had a short afro and tattoos and piercings on his face, Lash was able to tell witnesses and police. 
Inside the home, Lash’s wife, Whitney, heard the shots, grabbed the couple’s 6-month-old daughter and ran toward the back door, her mother, Jessica Huffman, told Channel 2 Action News. Whitney Lash called 911, and in a hushed voice, told the operator her husband had been shot. 
“I just ran outside with my baby,” the mother said in the 911 call. 
The suspects fired two shots at the mother, but missed her as she ran out the back door and to a nearby home for help. 
“He followed her and caught up with her at the gate and she turned around and said, ‘Please don’t shoot me, I have a little baby,’” Huffman said.
Why rehash this horrifying story?
Brandon Jerome Smith, Vashawn Smith, Trequan Sutton and Quindarius Slade: the four black males who threatened the Lash family, with Brandon opening fire on Whitney after she said, "please don't shoot, I have a little baby."

Because it has an even more horrifying postscript: the white family has forgiven those blacks who nearly took the entire's family life, including opening fire upon Whitney after she pleaded with them not to shoot at her... because she had a baby. [Suspect pleads guilty, gets life plus in violent Atlanta home invasion, AJC.com, 1-28-16]:
Michael Lash may never regain feeling in one foot after being shot in both legs. Though his wife and baby daughter weren’t physically injured in a violent home invasion in northwest Atlanta, the two dodged bullets by inches. 
Still, the couple has forgiven the four teenagers responsible, the Lashes said Thursday morning in a Fulton County courtroom. The first of four suspects accused in the shooting, meanwhile, offered no apologies while pleading guilty. 
Brandon Jerome Smith, who turned 19 on Jan. 21, was sentenced to life in prison, plus 20 years and an additional five years for the violent home invasion in August. The sentence means Smith will likely spend at least 45 years in prison, prosecutors said. 
Smith never spoke to Michael and Whitney Lash, both seated in the courtroom with family members, or glanced at them. But he quietly responded to questions about whether he understood the conditions of a plea deal. 
“Yes, ma’am,” Smith said, barely audible, even through a microphone. 
Smith’s attorney said he was under the influence of a variety of drugs the day he led three other teenagers to the Lash family home on Sumter Street. After growing up in poverty and surrounded by drug use and violence, Smith also began using drugs as a child, his attorney said. Marijuana, cocaine and prescription drugs were included. 
But in statements to the court, the Lashes said Smith and his co-defendants could have run away instead of forcing their way into the family’s home. 
“It did grip the city,” Judge Henry Newkirk told the court. “It is a family’s worst nightmare.” 
The remaining three defendants — Veshawn Smith, 15, and Trequan Sutton and Quindarius Slade, both 16, each pleaded guilty Thursday afternoon and were sentenced to 18 years in prison. 
“All it takes is one lapse in judgment and it can terribly affect your lives,” Newkirk said. “You will get out of prison one day, and believe it not, it’s going to be sooner rather than later.”
 
"One lapse of judgement," Mr. Judge? 

America is irredeemable.  

#OscarsSoWhite and the Nat Turner Movie: The End of the Martin Luther King Compromise (MLKC) is Upon Us

January 30th, 2016
This is called a tease. Read the latest Paul Kersey at VDare.com. [BIRTH OF A NATION–New “Nat Turner” Movie Will Inspire More Black Violence, Vdare.com, 1-29-16]:
Anti-white snuff films are now practically their own genre. The newest movie following in the footsteps of Machete and Django Unchained isBirth of a Nation, a loving tribute to the 1831 Nat Turner slave rebellion which led to the death of more than fifty white men, women and children.
 Read the rest at VDare.com.
Birth of a Nation: Either future Americans continue their worship of blacks as some for of emancipation from the Original Sin of slavery or the Martin Luther King Compromise (MLKC) ends... 

It's my belief we nearing the true apex of the Martin Luther King Compromise (Judge by Character, Not by Color). Most won't admit it publicly, but it's happening. 

Peak Negro is upon us. 

Why? Because #OscarsSoWhite showed the whole MLKC was a joke upon the white people who dared sign their future away believing it was binding. [Will Smith Says He’s Not Boycotting The Oscars Because Of His Snub, 411Mania.com, 1-29-16]:
"For me the issue is, I believe diversity is America’s superpower. I think that’s what makes our country great and special. If the image coming out of Hollywood narrows, it’s almost criminal. It’s like we’re narrowing the collective American imagination and that to me is the issue. I’m a member of the Academy, so this is a problem that we all have to solve collectively. For me the only reason it’s an issue this year is because it feels like a regression. There is something happening in our country that’s being reflected in Hollywood, that’s being reflected in the Academy that I for one want to be a part of making the adjustment. I want to be part of the solution.
Mr. Smith... Hollywood has spent 70+ years trying to tell us diversity is what makes America a superpower. Quite the opposite is the truth.

There is something happening in our country that has been forced upon us by Hollywood (and the federal government) and is coming to a finality.

 The Nat Turner movie is a beautiful reminder of exactly what the Western elite want for us, and why we must walk away from the MLKC.

#OscarsSoWhite and the Nat Turner Movie: The End of the Martin Luther King Compromise (MLKC) is Upon Us

January 30th, 2016
This is called a tease. Read the latest Paul Kersey at VDare.com. [BIRTH OF A NATION–New “Nat Turner” Movie Will Inspire More Black Violence, Vdare.com, 1-29-16]:
Anti-white snuff films are now practically their own genre. The newest movie following in the footsteps of Machete and Django Unchained isBirth of a Nation, a loving tribute to the 1831 Nat Turner slave rebellion which led to the death of more than fifty white men, women and children.
 Read the rest at VDare.com.
Birth of a Nation: Either future Americans continue their worship of blacks as some for of emancipation from the Original Sin of slavery or the Martin Luther King Compromise (MLKC) ends... 

It's my belief we nearing the true apex of the Martin Luther King Compromise (Judge by Character, Not by Color). Most won't admit it publicly, but it's happening. 

Peak Negro is upon us. 

Why? Because #OscarsSoWhite showed the whole MLKC was a joke upon the white people who dared sign their future away believing it was binding. [Will Smith Says He’s Not Boycotting The Oscars Because Of His Snub, 411Mania.com, 1-29-16]:
"For me the issue is, I believe diversity is America’s superpower. I think that’s what makes our country great and special. If the image coming out of Hollywood narrows, it’s almost criminal. It’s like we’re narrowing the collective American imagination and that to me is the issue. I’m a member of the Academy, so this is a problem that we all have to solve collectively. For me the only reason it’s an issue this year is because it feels like a regression. There is something happening in our country that’s being reflected in Hollywood, that’s being reflected in the Academy that I for one want to be a part of making the adjustment. I want to be part of the solution.
Mr. Smith... Hollywood has spent 70+ years trying to tell us diversity is what makes America a superpower. Quite the opposite is the truth.

There is something happening in our country that has been forced upon us by Hollywood (and the federal government) and is coming to a finality.

 The Nat Turner movie is a beautiful reminder of exactly what the Western elite want for us, and why we must walk away from the MLKC.

Hours After Writing Facebook Post Excoriating Blacks for Killing One Another, Black Male Gunned Down in Kansas City

January 29th, 2016

It's always fun when a majority black (or heavily black) city has a non-profit organization or collaborative governing board of several organizations with the foundational goal being to convince black people to stop killing/shooting one another. Kansas City, Missouri has the No Violence Alliance (KC NoVA). 
Cute, right? 
Except it really, really sucks at its stated goal, with black people almost single-handedly making Kansas City a violent city in 2015
Great job, KC NoVA!
Few stories showcase the utter futility of the Black Lives Matter movement (save an Soros-funded entity aimed at agitating against white people, while inadvertently reminding them why their ancestors had such low opinions of the blacks) as the story of Walter Lee Gregory, a 40-year-old black male who until recently called Kansas City home. [KC murder victim gunned down hours after plea for peace on Facebook, Fox4KC.com, 1-27-16]:
 A metro man makes an emotional plea for peace on Facebook. Hours later, he ended up dead. 
Now police are investigating Walter Lee Gregory's murder. Wednesday night, loved ones gather to remember 40-year-old Gregory. 
The non-violence group “Mothers In Charge” was front and center. This vigil hit close to home for the organization's executive director. Much like she has at dozens of vigils before, Rosilyn Temple addressed a group of grieving loved ones, but this time it was different. 
"This is three times this has happened to our family. It was a cousin before, then my son, now it`s Walter,” said Temple. 
The homicide victim being remembered was her cousin. Gregory was gunned down last Tuesday at 39th and Troost in broad daylight. More than a week later, loved ones sent up balloons with their prayers in his honor. 
The morning he was shot, Walter Gregory posted on his Facebook page in part...'Why do black people hate each other so much? Who taught us that this was ok?.' 
That sentiment was echoed by Gregory`s father, who said before black lives can matter to anyone, they have to matter to the black community. 
"If life really matters it’s got to start with us,” said Walter Kidd. 
Kidd says his son had no known enemies, and can`t imagine who`d want to hurt him. 
"What I can`t understand, he didn`t have a beef with people. It had to be somebody personally jealous of him or something," said Kidd. 
He says his son was generous even beyond his last breath. He was an organ donor. 
"I know right now that his heart is going to beat in somebody else," said Kidd. 
He was also taking care of his mother who was bedridden and suffered a stroke. 
"What type of child, an only child would stop their life and to start taking care of a mother? Now what does that tell you about the man? That`s a man," said his stepmother Brenda Kidd. 
Gregory leaves behind two daughters, who will only have memories of their father left to cling to. Now the family is pleading with the one who pulled the trigger to turn himself or herself over to police.
While opinion writers for the Kansas City Star want to blame Missouri's "lax gun laws" for black people killing other black people, any reasonable person can easily discern the fault for almost all fatal/nonfatal gun crime in the city is courtesy of the black individuals pulling the trigger.

Yet another city in America with a black population simply working hard to confirm long-held stereotypes of black people, thereby annihilating the claim that Black Lives Matter.

Hours After Writing Facebook Post Excoriating Blacks for Killing One Another, Black Male Gunned Down in Kansas City

January 29th, 2016

It's always fun when a majority black (or heavily black) city has a non-profit organization or collaborative governing board of several organizations with the foundational goal being to convince black people to stop killing/shooting one another. Kansas City, Missouri has the No Violence Alliance (KC NoVA). 
Cute, right? 
Except it really, really sucks at its stated goal, with black people almost single-handedly making Kansas City a violent city in 2015
Great job, KC NoVA!
Few stories showcase the utter futility of the Black Lives Matter movement (save an Soros-funded entity aimed at agitating against white people, while inadvertently reminding them why their ancestors had such low opinions of the blacks) as the story of Walter Lee Gregory, a 40-year-old black male who until recently called Kansas City home. [KC murder victim gunned down hours after plea for peace on Facebook, Fox4KC.com, 1-27-16]:
 A metro man makes an emotional plea for peace on Facebook. Hours later, he ended up dead. 
Now police are investigating Walter Lee Gregory's murder. Wednesday night, loved ones gather to remember 40-year-old Gregory. 
The non-violence group “Mothers In Charge” was front and center. This vigil hit close to home for the organization's executive director. Much like she has at dozens of vigils before, Rosilyn Temple addressed a group of grieving loved ones, but this time it was different. 
"This is three times this has happened to our family. It was a cousin before, then my son, now it`s Walter,” said Temple. 
The homicide victim being remembered was her cousin. Gregory was gunned down last Tuesday at 39th and Troost in broad daylight. More than a week later, loved ones sent up balloons with their prayers in his honor. 
The morning he was shot, Walter Gregory posted on his Facebook page in part...'Why do black people hate each other so much? Who taught us that this was ok?.' 
That sentiment was echoed by Gregory`s father, who said before black lives can matter to anyone, they have to matter to the black community. 
"If life really matters it’s got to start with us,” said Walter Kidd. 
Kidd says his son had no known enemies, and can`t imagine who`d want to hurt him. 
"What I can`t understand, he didn`t have a beef with people. It had to be somebody personally jealous of him or something," said Kidd. 
He says his son was generous even beyond his last breath. He was an organ donor. 
"I know right now that his heart is going to beat in somebody else," said Kidd. 
He was also taking care of his mother who was bedridden and suffered a stroke. 
"What type of child, an only child would stop their life and to start taking care of a mother? Now what does that tell you about the man? That`s a man," said his stepmother Brenda Kidd. 
Gregory leaves behind two daughters, who will only have memories of their father left to cling to. Now the family is pleading with the one who pulled the trigger to turn himself or herself over to police.
While opinion writers for the Kansas City Star want to blame Missouri's "lax gun laws" for black people killing other black people, any reasonable person can easily discern the fault for almost all fatal/nonfatal gun crime in the city is courtesy of the black individuals pulling the trigger.

Yet another city in America with a black population simply working hard to confirm long-held stereotypes of black people, thereby annihilating the claim that Black Lives Matter.

Only a Few Days Until Blacks in Charlotte Protest Arrest of Nearly 30 Black Drug Dealers…

January 28th, 2016
As for 'unusual,' punishment must be unusual or it serves no purpose.”
 -- Starship Troopers

One thought has long sustained me: if we were in control, the police - as agents of the state, entirely accountable to perpetuating the ruling order - would immediately be unleashed to deal with criminality. 

Brutally. 

Without remorse. 
The face of criminality in Charlotte, North Carolina: black


Without hesitation. 

Without any media glorifying the "rights" of the criminals. 

In every major city across the nation, the police know exactly who is committing the crime, dealing the drugs, and harboring the violent offenders. And occasionally, they are unleashed to do something about it. [Crackdown on drug trade in Charlotte neighborhood leads to indictments, arrests, Charlotte Observer, 1-27-16]:
A predawn raid Wednesday by more than 100 law enforcement officers led to the arrest of almost 20 people accused of turning the Belmont community into an “open-air drug market” that catered to the entire city. 
In all, 28 defendants face state or federal charges stemming from the crack cocaine trade in the east Charlotte neighborhood, long plagued by poverty, joblessness and crime. A combined posse of FBI agents, state troopers and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police were still hunting six of the accused late Wednesday afternoon. Most of those in custody have extensive criminal histories, officials said. 
A sweeping federal indictment charges 20 defendants with multiple counts of crack possession and conspiracy to sell. Each charge carries a maximum 20-year sentence and $1 million fine. 
“To the law-abiding citizens who reside in these areas, we will continue to work ... to combat drug activity and violent crime,” said U.S. Attorney Jill Rose. “To those who engage in criminal activity, our message is clear: We will not sit on the sidelines while you continue to pollute our neighborhoods with drugs and crime.”Rose, with top FBI and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police leaders alongside, spoke during a press conference at a Central Avenue police station not far from where the early morning arrests were made. 
The raid culminated an investigation triggered by a surge in violent crime in Belmont believed tied to drugs. CMPD Deputy Chief Doug Gallant said during one three-month stretch, his officers answered 31 calls for “shots fired.” 
John Strong, head of FBI operations statewide, said the drug trade brought crime and violence to the majority of Belmont residents “who have chosen to live their lives peacefully.” 
The neighborhood’s struggles have been chronic. According to the Quality of Life Explorer, a joint data effort by the city, county and UNC Charlotte’s Urban Institute, the majority black community north of Central Avenue has almost six times the rate of violent crime, half the rate of home ownership and a third the college degrees as the rest of Mecklenburg County. 
Carl Taylor, 72, a longtime deacon at St. Paul Baptist Church in the heart of community, says prostitutes and drug traffickers operate openly on street corners and sidewalks. His church’s windows, he says, have been punctured by bullets. 
Invited to attend the press conference by police, Taylor described the crackdown as “an important first step. But I haven’t heard a lot about what’s the next step.” 
He motioned to where police had placed the mug shots of those arrested. Some of those men and women had long before become familiar presences around his church, Taylor said. 
Unless the city, police and residents do more to confront the community’s problems, Taylor predicted Belmont’s street corners will be manned by new faces “before the sun goes down.” 
“To poor folks,” he said, “selling drugs is the easiest job in the world.”
Perhaps Carl Taylor, a longtime deacon at St. Paul Baptist Church, a more civil action should emerge to persuade "poor folks" from engaging in vice "before the sun goes down...."

Hang each and every one of the 28 defendants arrested in the Belmont community as a sign that criminality has consequences.

America might be irredeemable, but that doesn't mean the descendants of the founding stock of the United States of America are without options in restoring hope to a world gone mad.







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A sweeping federal indictment charges 20 defendants with multiple counts of crack possession and conspiracy to sell. Each charge carries a maximum 20-year sentence and $1 million fine.
“To the law-abiding citizens who reside in these areas, we will continue to work ... to combat drug activity and violent crime,” said U.S. Attorney Jill Rose. “To those who engage in criminal activity, our message is clear: We will not sit on the sidelines while you continue to pollute our neighborhoods with drugs and crime.”
Rose, with top FBI and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police leaders alongside, spoke during a press conference at a Central Avenue police station not far from where the early morning arrests were made.
The raid culminated an investigation triggered by a surge in violent crime in Belmont believed tied to drugs. CMPD Deputy Chief Doug Gallant said during one three-month stretch, his officers answered 31 calls for “shots fired.”

Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/crime/article56920143.html#storylink=cpy

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Only a Few Days Until Blacks in Charlotte Protest Arrest of Nearly 30 Black Drug Dealers…

January 28th, 2016
As for 'unusual,' punishment must be unusual or it serves no purpose.”
 -- Starship Troopers

One thought has long sustained me: if we were in control, the police - as agents of the state, entirely accountable to perpetuating the ruling order - would immediately be unleashed to deal with criminality. 

Brutally. 

Without remorse. 
The face of criminality in Charlotte, North Carolina: black


Without hesitation. 

Without any media glorifying the "rights" of the criminals. 

In every major city across the nation, the police know exactly who is committing the crime, dealing the drugs, and harboring the violent offenders. And occasionally, they are unleashed to do something about it. [Crackdown on drug trade in Charlotte neighborhood leads to indictments, arrests, Charlotte Observer, 1-27-16]:
A predawn raid Wednesday by more than 100 law enforcement officers led to the arrest of almost 20 people accused of turning the Belmont community into an “open-air drug market” that catered to the entire city. 
In all, 28 defendants face state or federal charges stemming from the crack cocaine trade in the east Charlotte neighborhood, long plagued by poverty, joblessness and crime. A combined posse of FBI agents, state troopers and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police were still hunting six of the accused late Wednesday afternoon. Most of those in custody have extensive criminal histories, officials said. 
A sweeping federal indictment charges 20 defendants with multiple counts of crack possession and conspiracy to sell. Each charge carries a maximum 20-year sentence and $1 million fine. 
“To the law-abiding citizens who reside in these areas, we will continue to work ... to combat drug activity and violent crime,” said U.S. Attorney Jill Rose. “To those who engage in criminal activity, our message is clear: We will not sit on the sidelines while you continue to pollute our neighborhoods with drugs and crime.”Rose, with top FBI and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police leaders alongside, spoke during a press conference at a Central Avenue police station not far from where the early morning arrests were made. 
The raid culminated an investigation triggered by a surge in violent crime in Belmont believed tied to drugs. CMPD Deputy Chief Doug Gallant said during one three-month stretch, his officers answered 31 calls for “shots fired.” 
John Strong, head of FBI operations statewide, said the drug trade brought crime and violence to the majority of Belmont residents “who have chosen to live their lives peacefully.” 
The neighborhood’s struggles have been chronic. According to the Quality of Life Explorer, a joint data effort by the city, county and UNC Charlotte’s Urban Institute, the majority black community north of Central Avenue has almost six times the rate of violent crime, half the rate of home ownership and a third the college degrees as the rest of Mecklenburg County. 
Carl Taylor, 72, a longtime deacon at St. Paul Baptist Church in the heart of community, says prostitutes and drug traffickers operate openly on street corners and sidewalks. His church’s windows, he says, have been punctured by bullets. 
Invited to attend the press conference by police, Taylor described the crackdown as “an important first step. But I haven’t heard a lot about what’s the next step.” 
He motioned to where police had placed the mug shots of those arrested. Some of those men and women had long before become familiar presences around his church, Taylor said. 
Unless the city, police and residents do more to confront the community’s problems, Taylor predicted Belmont’s street corners will be manned by new faces “before the sun goes down.” 
“To poor folks,” he said, “selling drugs is the easiest job in the world.”
Perhaps Carl Taylor, a longtime deacon at St. Paul Baptist Church, a more civil action should emerge to persuade "poor folks" from engaging in vice "before the sun goes down...."

Hang each and every one of the 28 defendants arrested in the Belmont community as a sign that criminality has consequences.

America might be irredeemable, but that doesn't mean the descendants of the founding stock of the United States of America are without options in restoring hope to a world gone mad.







Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/crime/article56920143.html#storylink=cpy



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A sweeping federal indictment charges 20 defendants with multiple counts of crack possession and conspiracy to sell. Each charge carries a maximum 20-year sentence and $1 million fine.
“To the law-abiding citizens who reside in these areas, we will continue to work ... to combat drug activity and violent crime,” said U.S. Attorney Jill Rose. “To those who engage in criminal activity, our message is clear: We will not sit on the sidelines while you continue to pollute our neighborhoods with drugs and crime.”
Rose, with top FBI and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police leaders alongside, spoke during a press conference at a Central Avenue police station not far from where the early morning arrests were made.
The raid culminated an investigation triggered by a surge in violent crime in Belmont believed tied to drugs. CMPD Deputy Chief Doug Gallant said during one three-month stretch, his officers answered 31 calls for “shots fired.”

Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/crime/article56920143.html#storylink=cpy

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Courtesy of Blacks, Memphis Off to Most Violent Start to Year in City’s History

January 27th, 2016
Congrats to the black population of Memphis, working hard to make the 65 percent black city in Tennessee the most violent in America in 2016! 

Nineteen people are dead so far in 25 days, courtesy of black individuals deciding to take another black individuals life. 

Cue the march! [Raleigh/Frayser communities use march as “catalyst for the movement” to reduce violence, WREG.com, 1-26-16]:
Some Raleigh/Frayser residents stood up and took to the streets Tuesday. 
Lifeline to Success leader, Pastor DeAndre Brown, led a march through Frayser to stop the killing. 
A man was shot and killed at the Pleasant View apartments Monday. 
Police said three men drove off in a maroon SUV. 
"When I heard the shots, I just hit the floor, and I laid on the floor and told my baby, I said, 'Well, we're just going to lay here until I hear the paramedics,'" said neighbor Sandra Pluitt. 
Pluitt said her 6-year-old daughter knows what gunfire sounds like and what to do when she hears it. 
"And the kids around here seem to be used to it," she said. 
"This is not normal behavior, and it cannot continue this way," Brown said at the march. 
He said he is working to prevent more kids from becoming used to the violence.Standing in the street at Dellwood and Steele, Brown said neighbors are not just responding to an act of violence, as they sometimes do. 
"This is different. This is not just a rally. This is the catalyst for the movement," Brown said. 
Brown plans to assign people in the community to neighborhoods and complexes to monitor and improve them. 
Elected officials stood alongside him as he briefly explained the idea to the marchers. 
"We're discrediting our own self every time a black on black crime is committed, every time a life is taken away, and everyone sees something but nobody sees anything," said SCS School Board member Stephanie Love. 
"I don't believe that we can police our way out of the problem. We have to have community involvement, we have to start getting parents involved, and we have to figure out how to get our schools and our principals and our church leadership involved in this problem," said District Seven City Councilman Berlin Boyd. 
As for Pluitt, she said she and her daughter are leaving Memphis. 
"This is like the norm for them. I'm 43 years old. This will never be normal for me, ever," Pluitt said. 
Brown said organizers will discuss dividing up into different neighborhoods at the next Frayser Crime Committee meeting on February 9 at 6 p.m. at the Lifeline to Success building in Frayser. 
Lifeline to Success is an organization that helps ex-offenders with reentry.
There's some seriously insane contradictions regarding how to effectively deal with the black crime wave capsizing whatever is left of western civilization in Memphis. Can you spot them?

There is one simple solution: Planned Parenthood clinics on every street corner in Memphis.