“The board is set, the pieces are moving…”

May 3rd, 2016
"Okay, in lab rats, whenever another alpha male comes around, it can spike testosterone, driving up sperm counts." -- Daddy's Home

The other night, I found myself watching the 2015 comedy Daddy's Home. Though a comedy, it's the must-see movie of the year, for every reason described here.

No matter how much we try to deny it, human nature can only be suppressed for so long.

It finally dawned on me over what's happening with the Trump Phenomenon sweeping America (and soon, the entire Western world): the alpha male has returned.

Sen. Ted Cruz, the evangelical clown tried to absorb the positions Trump took into his own campaign, but the beta facade has become glaringly obvious: it only works in convincing those whose worldview is dominated by apocalyptic visions (of dubious historical veracity peddled), who dub those who dare believe in the practical notion of improving this world without celestial reinforcement "sinners" or "blasphemers."

To paraphrase a great man, "You sit there, and you thump your Bible, and you say your prayers, and it didn't get you anywhere. Talk about your Psalms, talk about John 3:16 - Trump 3:16 says, "Because we live here."

The rise of Trump is spiking testosterone nationwide. [Protesters pummel Donald Trump lookalike as the GOP front-runner addresses California Republican Party convention, NYDailyNews.com, April 29, 2016]:
Protesters wreaked havoc outside a Donald Trump event in California Friday — attacking a Donald lookalike who had to hurdle a bush to escape the angry mob.
Decked out in a dark suit and a red "Make America Great Again" hat, Christopher Conway, 51, was heading to the Trump appearance inside a Burlingame hotel when he was surrounded by nearly a dozen demonstrators.
"F--- Trump," the crowd shouted.
Conway was punched in the back of the head and forced into a metal barrier as a female protester hurled repeated insults.
"You're a racist," she yelled. "You don't belong here."
A pair of officers intervened, giving Conway space to clamber over the barrier and hop a bush to safety.
"I was punched and kicked but I'm good," Conway, a mortgage broker, later told a Los Angeles Times reporter. "I walked through and these guys felt free to hit me in my hometown of Burlingame. I don't stand for that."
Trump was in Burlingame to address the California Republican Party convention.
America is irredeemable.

Large portions of the population, however, are not.

One of my favorite quotes comes from the much-maligned, but thankfully Morgan Freeman-free 2010 Robin Hood: "Rise and rise again, until lambs become lions."

The ultimate alpha has arrived, and though there seemed permanent erectile dysfunction in seeing normal Americans "rise" with the courage of their ancestors that once helped build this great nation (sadly, now being stolen from them), testosterone is surging nationwide.

And with this surge in testosterone, comes a healthy surge in nationalism.

The only thing to fear is the awakening of the white man.
 

Make Indianapolis Great Again: Black People Celebrate 200 Days Without a Homicide!

May 2nd, 2016
A community with a surplus of social capital is what we call a high-trust society.

A community with a surplus of blacks? You have to manage expectations for what classifies as a reason to celebrate. [Safety rally and march to mark 200 days without a homicide in Butler Tarkington neighborhood, Indy Star, May 1, 2016]:
Residents in the Butler Tarkington neighborhood are marking a milestone in their fight against crime. The north side area reached 200 days without a homicide Sunday.
A safety rally and march are planned to celebrate peace.
The 200-day streak comes after a violent 2015. People living in the Butler Tarkington neighborhood were forced to deal with a spike in fatal shootings. One of the victims was 10-year-old Deshaun Swanson, who was killed in a drive-by shooting. The numerous cases led to an outcry from the community.
Neighbors joined forces with the Indy Ten Point Coalition to put a stop to the violence. Indianapolis Metro Police also stepped up patrols in the area.
"It’s just been remarkable what has happened in this neighborhood, " said Rev. Charles Harrison, from the Indy Ten Point Coalition. "The residents were saying they were tired of the violence, the drug trafficking in the neighborhood and they were just not going to tolerate that anymore."
One resident says the changing atmosphere on his block is clear.
"Last year, we wouldn’t haven’t been able to stand out on this corner without violent threats," said Wallace Nash.  "As you can see, the neighborhood is definitely quiet, peaceful, getting back to how it should be."
Lowered expectations, anyone?

And just what might the violence in this Indianapolis neighborhood be blamed?

Blacks, of course, would be the correct answer, but in our world, cutting the Gordian Knot of the problem is far to simple a solution. [Indy neighborhood associations pushing to see “streetlights” campaign promise fulfilled, Indy Star, April 24, 2016]:
Across the city, some neighborhood leaders are concerned that the poorly lit streets they live on are inviting crime.
"Once it gets dark, there are a lot of streets and alleys and they're pretty dark once it becomes nightfall,” former Butler-Tarkington Neighborhood Association president Ted Feeney says.
He believes poorly lit streets and alleys are partly to blame for the neighborhood's increase in crime over the last several months.
"A couple homicides from last fall were actually in alleyways and it was pitch black dark,” Feeney says.
To solve the problem, Feeney says he and other association members plan to walk every street in the neighborhood every week to show Indianapolis Power and Light and city officials where lighting needs improvement.
"The process right now  is pretty time intensive,” Feeney says. “Is there a way that we can shorten that and fast track this? Because it can help neighborhoods.”
Help would be welcome in many parts of the city. Early Saturday morning, one person was shot and killed near 39th Place and Post Road. Two more people were hurt in a shooting on the southwest side.
While Feeney acknowledges lights won't deter all criminals, he feels certain they will help.
“It takes away the risk for bad things to happen in the neighborhood,” Feeney says.
A community with a surplus of social capital is what we call a high-trust society. An insufficient amount of streetlights would hardly be the catalyst for a crime epidemic, because the necessary ingredient for such criminality would still be absent.

The ingredient, of course, being black people.


Make Indianapolis Great Again: Black People Celebrate 200 Days Without a Homicide!

May 2nd, 2016
A community with a surplus of social capital is what we call a high-trust society.

A community with a surplus of blacks? You have to manage expectations for what classifies as a reason to celebrate. [Safety rally and march to mark 200 days without a homicide in Butler Tarkington neighborhood, Indy Star, May 1, 2016]:
Residents in the Butler Tarkington neighborhood are marking a milestone in their fight against crime. The north side area reached 200 days without a homicide Sunday.
A safety rally and march are planned to celebrate peace.
The 200-day streak comes after a violent 2015. People living in the Butler Tarkington neighborhood were forced to deal with a spike in fatal shootings. One of the victims was 10-year-old Deshaun Swanson, who was killed in a drive-by shooting. The numerous cases led to an outcry from the community.
Neighbors joined forces with the Indy Ten Point Coalition to put a stop to the violence. Indianapolis Metro Police also stepped up patrols in the area.
"It’s just been remarkable what has happened in this neighborhood, " said Rev. Charles Harrison, from the Indy Ten Point Coalition. "The residents were saying they were tired of the violence, the drug trafficking in the neighborhood and they were just not going to tolerate that anymore."
One resident says the changing atmosphere on his block is clear.
"Last year, we wouldn’t haven’t been able to stand out on this corner without violent threats," said Wallace Nash.  "As you can see, the neighborhood is definitely quiet, peaceful, getting back to how it should be."
Lowered expectations, anyone?

And just what might the violence in this Indianapolis neighborhood be blamed?

Blacks, of course, would be the correct answer, but in our world, cutting the Gordian Knot of the problem is far to simple a solution. [Indy neighborhood associations pushing to see “streetlights” campaign promise fulfilled, Indy Star, April 24, 2016]:
Across the city, some neighborhood leaders are concerned that the poorly lit streets they live on are inviting crime.
"Once it gets dark, there are a lot of streets and alleys and they're pretty dark once it becomes nightfall,” former Butler-Tarkington Neighborhood Association president Ted Feeney says.
He believes poorly lit streets and alleys are partly to blame for the neighborhood's increase in crime over the last several months.
"A couple homicides from last fall were actually in alleyways and it was pitch black dark,” Feeney says.
To solve the problem, Feeney says he and other association members plan to walk every street in the neighborhood every week to show Indianapolis Power and Light and city officials where lighting needs improvement.
"The process right now  is pretty time intensive,” Feeney says. “Is there a way that we can shorten that and fast track this? Because it can help neighborhoods.”
Help would be welcome in many parts of the city. Early Saturday morning, one person was shot and killed near 39th Place and Post Road. Two more people were hurt in a shooting on the southwest side.
While Feeney acknowledges lights won't deter all criminals, he feels certain they will help.
“It takes away the risk for bad things to happen in the neighborhood,” Feeney says.
A community with a surplus of social capital is what we call a high-trust society. An insufficient amount of streetlights would hardly be the catalyst for a crime epidemic, because the necessary ingredient for such criminality would still be absent.

The ingredient, of course, being black people.


“Tell me what’s the difference between us and them?”

April 30th, 2016
"Because we live here."

America is irredeemable. We are learning, though, that many, many Americans still understand the immortal words from John Milius's 1984 "Red Dawn."

"Because we live here."

This is our rallying cry.

Sorry, invaders: this is our land.

 

“Tell me what’s the difference between us and them?”

April 30th, 2016
"Because we live here."

America is irredeemable. We are learning, though, that many, many Americans still understand the immortal words from John Milius's 1984 "Red Dawn."

"Because we live here."

This is our rallying cry.

Sorry, invaders: this is our land.

 

Ending the Pretenses of Equality Once and For All…

April 29th, 2016
Every night before going to sleep, this is exactly the scenario I hope to see play out.

[PROSECUTOR: “MANY PEOPLE” WILL RIOT IN BALTIMORE IF WHITE COP IN FREDDIE GRAY CASE IS ACQUITTED: More civil unrest expected if officer goes free, INfoWars.com, April 28, 2016]:

Former prosecutor and criminal attorney Warren S. Alperstein predicts that “many people” will riot in Baltimore if the first police officer in court over the death of Freddie Gray is acquitted. 
Beginning next Tuesday, a total of six cops, three white and three African-American, will be put on trial for the murder of Gray, who sustained his injuries during a ‘rough ride’ in a police vehicle after he was arrested for possessing an illegal switchblade on April 19 last year. 
Gray’s death set off a wave of riots that swept Baltimore over several days, prompting a state of emergency and the deployment of the National Guard. 

Alperstein told Maclean’s that if Officer Edward Nero, the first white man in the dock, is set free, the city will undoubtedly be hit by mass civil unrest. 
“I think if Officer Nero is acquitted, there will be many people who, unfortunately, will engage in civil unrest and rioting,” said Alperstein, “and there may be a racial component in that Nero is Caucasian.” 
When Baltimore’s new chief of police Kevin Davis was asked whether he was bracing for riots, he deflected the question. 
According to Shan Wu, a criminal-defense lawyer and former federal prosecutor in Washington, the potential for civil unrest should not be allowed to affect the outcome of the trial. 
“Certainly, the possibility of more rioting hovers over the cases, but it absolutely cannot be spoken of in the courtroom. You can’t be saying, ‘If you convict, there’s going to be riots. And if you don’t convict, there’s going to be riots,’” said Wu.
It's the end of the world as we know it, and I can't wait to finally feel fine. 

Ending the Pretenses of Equality Once and For All…

April 29th, 2016
Every night before going to sleep, this is exactly the scenario I hope to see play out.

[PROSECUTOR: “MANY PEOPLE” WILL RIOT IN BALTIMORE IF WHITE COP IN FREDDIE GRAY CASE IS ACQUITTED: More civil unrest expected if officer goes free, INfoWars.com, April 28, 2016]:

Former prosecutor and criminal attorney Warren S. Alperstein predicts that “many people” will riot in Baltimore if the first police officer in court over the death of Freddie Gray is acquitted. 
Beginning next Tuesday, a total of six cops, three white and three African-American, will be put on trial for the murder of Gray, who sustained his injuries during a ‘rough ride’ in a police vehicle after he was arrested for possessing an illegal switchblade on April 19 last year. 
Gray’s death set off a wave of riots that swept Baltimore over several days, prompting a state of emergency and the deployment of the National Guard. 

Alperstein told Maclean’s that if Officer Edward Nero, the first white man in the dock, is set free, the city will undoubtedly be hit by mass civil unrest. 
“I think if Officer Nero is acquitted, there will be many people who, unfortunately, will engage in civil unrest and rioting,” said Alperstein, “and there may be a racial component in that Nero is Caucasian.” 
When Baltimore’s new chief of police Kevin Davis was asked whether he was bracing for riots, he deflected the question. 
According to Shan Wu, a criminal-defense lawyer and former federal prosecutor in Washington, the potential for civil unrest should not be allowed to affect the outcome of the trial. 
“Certainly, the possibility of more rioting hovers over the cases, but it absolutely cannot be spoken of in the courtroom. You can’t be saying, ‘If you convict, there’s going to be riots. And if you don’t convict, there’s going to be riots,’” said Wu.
It's the end of the world as we know it, and I can't wait to finally feel fine. 

Imagine New Orleans Without Black People… Private Property Would be Virtually Unattainable

April 28th, 2016
America's most unique city has a problem: black violence.

Without this black violence, New Orleans would be the most desirable city to live in/play in/vacation in the nation; with a black population, the city must celebrate another successful year of midnight basketball (11 seasons!), while black violence continues unabated. ['A bullet hole in the head': Landrieu delivers passionate speech on gun violence, New Orleans Time-Picayune, April 27, 2016]:
"A bullet hole in the head." "They blew her guts out."
As Mayor Mitch Landrieu spoke about violence in New Orleans, it seemed at times as if he was using intentionally graphic language in an attempt to shock the audience gathered Wednesday (April 27) at Tulane University.
The bloodshed has reached such a scale that murder has become routine, Landrieu said. "The violence has become so ingrained, so baked in, it has become part of our culture."

Since 1994, 4,600 people have been killed in New Orleans, 1,003 of them on his mayoral watch alone, Landrieu said. A photo mosaic of their faces flashed on the screen. A row of binders containing their cases sat on stage.
And those numbers disguise the real truth, which is that some neighborhoods in the city see almost no gun violence, the mayor said. The murders are concentrated in just a few neighborhoods, which have become virtual war zones for their residents.
Landrieu recounted the story of Briana Allen, a five-year-old who was gunned down in a spray of bullets from a Kalashnikov-style rifle as she stood in front of her mother's home during a 2012 birthday party. Her father, Landrieu said, held her in his arms, "her life bleeding out of her and out of the city of New Orleans."
Her father was later given a life sentence in prison for drugs.
Her cousin, Ka'Nard Allen, also was shot the night Briana was killed. Then, just a year later, he was shot again during the 2013 Mother's Day shooting that wounded 19. His father was later stabbed to death.
The slaying of former Saints great Will Smith earlier this month has, for now at least, shaken the city out of its stupor, Landrieu said, but the city should see every death as a tragedy. 

"Some people still think that black lives do not matter," Landrieu said.
"They are wrong, but here is the thing: All black lives matter. Not just celebrities. Not just the ones killed by police. Not just the children.
"All black lives matter, period," Landrieu said.
The city is, by body count at least, safer now than it has been in decades. The city's murder rate is half what it was in the mid 1990s.
More needs to be done, though, Landrieu said. The federal government needs to enact sensible gun laws. The state needs to stop cutting funding for prosecutors and parole officers and mental health treatment. 
More than anything, though, Landrieu said, the community needs to step up and get involved. "We put a man on the moon for goodness sake. We can certainly figure out how to fix this," he said. "Our lives and the future of our community depend on it."
 Mayor Landrieu -- black people, who are responsibly for all violent crime, homicides, nonfatal shootings (gun crime), and the misery found in New Orleans, had absolutely nothing to do with putting a man on the moon.

Just as white people  have absolutely nothing to do with the gun violence you bemoan in New Orleans.

If New Orleans had no blacks, there would be no concentrated gun violence in neighborhoods you call "war zones."

The 30 initiatives of the NOLA for Life nonprofit wouldn't be necessary, since the people responsible for all the gun violence in New Orleans wouldn't be tormented the city anymore with their.. freedom. 

Imagine New Orleans Without Black People… Private Property Would be Virtually Unattainable

April 28th, 2016
America's most unique city has a problem: black violence.

Without this black violence, New Orleans would be the most desirable city to live in/play in/vacation in the nation; with a black population, the city must celebrate another successful year of midnight basketball (11 seasons!), while black violence continues unabated. ['A bullet hole in the head': Landrieu delivers passionate speech on gun violence, New Orleans Time-Picayune, April 27, 2016]:
"A bullet hole in the head." "They blew her guts out."
As Mayor Mitch Landrieu spoke about violence in New Orleans, it seemed at times as if he was using intentionally graphic language in an attempt to shock the audience gathered Wednesday (April 27) at Tulane University.
The bloodshed has reached such a scale that murder has become routine, Landrieu said. "The violence has become so ingrained, so baked in, it has become part of our culture."

Since 1994, 4,600 people have been killed in New Orleans, 1,003 of them on his mayoral watch alone, Landrieu said. A photo mosaic of their faces flashed on the screen. A row of binders containing their cases sat on stage.
And those numbers disguise the real truth, which is that some neighborhoods in the city see almost no gun violence, the mayor said. The murders are concentrated in just a few neighborhoods, which have become virtual war zones for their residents.
Landrieu recounted the story of Briana Allen, a five-year-old who was gunned down in a spray of bullets from a Kalashnikov-style rifle as she stood in front of her mother's home during a 2012 birthday party. Her father, Landrieu said, held her in his arms, "her life bleeding out of her and out of the city of New Orleans."
Her father was later given a life sentence in prison for drugs.
Her cousin, Ka'Nard Allen, also was shot the night Briana was killed. Then, just a year later, he was shot again during the 2013 Mother's Day shooting that wounded 19. His father was later stabbed to death.
The slaying of former Saints great Will Smith earlier this month has, for now at least, shaken the city out of its stupor, Landrieu said, but the city should see every death as a tragedy. 

"Some people still think that black lives do not matter," Landrieu said.
"They are wrong, but here is the thing: All black lives matter. Not just celebrities. Not just the ones killed by police. Not just the children.
"All black lives matter, period," Landrieu said.
The city is, by body count at least, safer now than it has been in decades. The city's murder rate is half what it was in the mid 1990s.
More needs to be done, though, Landrieu said. The federal government needs to enact sensible gun laws. The state needs to stop cutting funding for prosecutors and parole officers and mental health treatment. 
More than anything, though, Landrieu said, the community needs to step up and get involved. "We put a man on the moon for goodness sake. We can certainly figure out how to fix this," he said. "Our lives and the future of our community depend on it."
 Mayor Landrieu -- black people, who are responsibly for all violent crime, homicides, nonfatal shootings (gun crime), and the misery found in New Orleans, had absolutely nothing to do with putting a man on the moon.

Just as white people  have absolutely nothing to do with the gun violence you bemoan in New Orleans.

If New Orleans had no blacks, there would be no concentrated gun violence in neighborhoods you call "war zones."

The 30 initiatives of the NOLA for Life nonprofit wouldn't be necessary, since the people responsible for all the gun violence in New Orleans wouldn't be tormented the city anymore with their.. freedom. 

Blacks in Baltimore Riot When Black Mayoral Candidate Reneges on Giving them Jobs

April 27th, 2016
She's the new mayor of Baltimore, after winning the Democrat's primary tonight.

But earlier today, we got a glimpse of the unrest sure to break out in the 65 percent black city of Baltimore when the six officers Marilyn Mosby indicted (because she heard the cries of "no justice, no peace") are acquitted of all charges in the death of the heroin dealer Freddie Gray.

And if this story doesn't put a smile on your face, you still are under the delusion America is redeemable. [Catherine Pugh campaign blames misunderstanding for upset Baltimore workers, Baltimore Sun, April 26, 2016]:
Some Baltimore residents who expected to work for state Sen. Catherine Pugh’s mayoral campaign Tuesday instead damaged vehicles outside of her campaign headquarters after being told there were no jobs available.
A spokesman for Pugh’s campaign called it a misunderstanding. Anthony McCarthy, the spokesman, said Pugh decided “they will be paid” regardless.
A crowd of about 100 people lined the block outside Sandi’s Learning Center on North Ellamont Street, many of them saying they were promised election day jobs.
About a dozen police officers were on the scene and two security guards were at the door. Police said they responded for a report of property destruction.
The front windshield of a van had been smashed and tires were slashed. On another van, the driver’s side window had been broken.
Police made one arrest: charging Jerome Eric Tuggle, 53, of Baltimore, with destruction of property in connection with the incident, according to department spokesman T.J. Smith.

"The suspect used a rock or a brick to break out the window on a security vehicle in the area," Smith said.
Many in line had showed up late and had missed training sessions, McCarthy said, so they were told they were not eligible to work.
Upon hearing about the disturbance, Pugh ordered that anyone who wanted to work would be allowed to, McCarthy said.
All of them were being bused to polling sites to work, he said.
Mecca Wakil, 31, a hair stylist, rearranged clients to make an extra $100 to work for the Pugh campaign Tuesday. But when she and others arrived around 5 a.m., she said all of the jobs were taken.

She said many in the crowd had gone through an orientation and filled out applications this month. Some were recruited to work during early voting events. Some in the crowd got angry and beat on the doors, she said.
Windows of two nearby vans were broken and tires were slashed. But later in the morning, the crowd was calm and had formed a single-file line around the block as more people were allowed inside Pugh's headquarters.
Wakil said she voted for Pugh because of her experience.
"I figured she could help do something for the city," he said.
But after her experience trying to work for the campaign, she said she wished she had voted for businessman David Warnock.
James Warren, 26, a cook from East Baltimore, said he used his day off to come work for the Pugh campaign. He had been canvassing neighborhoods for the campaign previously and planned to vote for her Tuesday, "but the way this turned out, I want to go sit in the house."
If he does vote, he said he'll support former mayor Sheila Dixon.
Warren said he doesn't blame Pugh, but said her campaign is disorganized. Warren asked why so many people were asked to report to work when they didn't need that many.
McCarthy said opposing campaigns were attempting to fan the flames by telling Pugh campaigners already out at polls that they wouldn’t be paid.
“It is indicative, really, of how nasty and ugly this campaign has gotten,” he said.
 Irredeemable.

The white people who flocked to the polls in Maryland, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Delaware casting a ballot for Donald J. Trump are the grandchildren of the white people who built Baltimore, Providence, Hartford, Wilmington, and Philadelphia, only to watch as black crime made living in these once thriving an intolerably cruel act to expose their children to.

Those who quickly resort to saying "we're on the right side of history" to justify their ideological degeneracy and its consequences have no idea of what's coming: across the nation, millions of white people have responded to state enforced diversity and out-of-control immigration by turning to someone we still don't quite understand... Donald J. Trump.

As the first light penetrating the darkest night, Trump has exposed something frightening, that most of his supporters (and his detractors) still don't quite understand, but they respond in a manner that has the potential to the shake the world to its very core.

Meanwhile, in a city whites abandoned, Africans in America continue to work overtime to live up to every stereotype ever held about them.

Keep it up, blacks: every time Africa appears in America, subconsciously another Trump supporter is birthed. 


Blacks in Baltimore Riot When Black Mayoral Candidate Reneges on Giving them Jobs

April 27th, 2016
She's the new mayor of Baltimore, after winning the Democrat's primary tonight.

But earlier today, we got a glimpse of the unrest sure to break out in the 65 percent black city of Baltimore when the six officers Marilyn Mosby indicted (because she heard the cries of "no justice, no peace") are acquitted of all charges in the death of the heroin dealer Freddie Gray.

And if this story doesn't put a smile on your face, you still are under the delusion America is redeemable. [Catherine Pugh campaign blames misunderstanding for upset Baltimore workers, Baltimore Sun, April 26, 2016]:
Some Baltimore residents who expected to work for state Sen. Catherine Pugh’s mayoral campaign Tuesday instead damaged vehicles outside of her campaign headquarters after being told there were no jobs available.
A spokesman for Pugh’s campaign called it a misunderstanding. Anthony McCarthy, the spokesman, said Pugh decided “they will be paid” regardless.
A crowd of about 100 people lined the block outside Sandi’s Learning Center on North Ellamont Street, many of them saying they were promised election day jobs.
About a dozen police officers were on the scene and two security guards were at the door. Police said they responded for a report of property destruction.
The front windshield of a van had been smashed and tires were slashed. On another van, the driver’s side window had been broken.
Police made one arrest: charging Jerome Eric Tuggle, 53, of Baltimore, with destruction of property in connection with the incident, according to department spokesman T.J. Smith.

"The suspect used a rock or a brick to break out the window on a security vehicle in the area," Smith said.
Many in line had showed up late and had missed training sessions, McCarthy said, so they were told they were not eligible to work.
Upon hearing about the disturbance, Pugh ordered that anyone who wanted to work would be allowed to, McCarthy said.
All of them were being bused to polling sites to work, he said.
Mecca Wakil, 31, a hair stylist, rearranged clients to make an extra $100 to work for the Pugh campaign Tuesday. But when she and others arrived around 5 a.m., she said all of the jobs were taken.

She said many in the crowd had gone through an orientation and filled out applications this month. Some were recruited to work during early voting events. Some in the crowd got angry and beat on the doors, she said.
Windows of two nearby vans were broken and tires were slashed. But later in the morning, the crowd was calm and had formed a single-file line around the block as more people were allowed inside Pugh's headquarters.
Wakil said she voted for Pugh because of her experience.
"I figured she could help do something for the city," he said.
But after her experience trying to work for the campaign, she said she wished she had voted for businessman David Warnock.
James Warren, 26, a cook from East Baltimore, said he used his day off to come work for the Pugh campaign. He had been canvassing neighborhoods for the campaign previously and planned to vote for her Tuesday, "but the way this turned out, I want to go sit in the house."
If he does vote, he said he'll support former mayor Sheila Dixon.
Warren said he doesn't blame Pugh, but said her campaign is disorganized. Warren asked why so many people were asked to report to work when they didn't need that many.
McCarthy said opposing campaigns were attempting to fan the flames by telling Pugh campaigners already out at polls that they wouldn’t be paid.
“It is indicative, really, of how nasty and ugly this campaign has gotten,” he said.
 Irredeemable.

The white people who flocked to the polls in Maryland, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Delaware casting a ballot for Donald J. Trump are the grandchildren of the white people who built Baltimore, Providence, Hartford, Wilmington, and Philadelphia, only to watch as black crime made living in these once thriving an intolerably cruel act to expose their children to.

Those who quickly resort to saying "we're on the right side of history" to justify their ideological degeneracy and its consequences have no idea of what's coming: across the nation, millions of white people have responded to state enforced diversity and out-of-control immigration by turning to someone we still don't quite understand... Donald J. Trump.

As the first light penetrating the darkest night, Trump has exposed something frightening, that most of his supporters (and his detractors) still don't quite understand, but they respond in a manner that has the potential to the shake the world to its very core.

Meanwhile, in a city whites abandoned, Africans in America continue to work overtime to live up to every stereotype ever held about them.

Keep it up, blacks: every time Africa appears in America, subconsciously another Trump supporter is birthed. 


Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?: Cops Handcuffed as Black Clergy in Indianapolis to Engage Black Teens in Public

April 26th, 2016
It's only a matter of time. 

All the elements are in place. 

The heartland of America will be center-stage for some sort of conflagration in the summer of 2016. 

This article is proof of it. [Indy's new approach for a teen 'riot': Fueled by social media, and not having much else to do, hundreds of teens flock Downtown on weekends., Indy Star, April 18, 2016]:
A flier posted to Twitter in February garnered 4,000 responses, flinging it onto the phones and computer screens of hundreds of Indianapolis teenagers. At the top, in a bright purple type, all-caps and adorned with two devil emojis, was the word “RIOT.”
The place: Circle Centre mall.
Time: 7 p.m. to whenever.
And the reason? “Since Skateland closed for 2 Saturdays.”
That caught the attention of law enforcement.
Fueled by social media, and not having much else to do, hundreds of teenagers flock to Circle Centre mall and other Downtown locations on the weekends.
Most of the teenagers have no intention of causing trouble. They want to socialize, eat at the food court and play arcade games. Yet in the past, such large-scale gatherings have led to violence, fights and, in a few cases, fatal shootings.
That presents a dilemma for local law enforcement: How do police control the crowds and keep everyone safe without infringing on the teens’ rights to enjoy one another's company in public spaces Downtown?
In the past, police have stepped up patrols Downtown on weekends. Mall security guards have tried breaking up larger groups of teens. Some city officials in 2014 proposed moving up the city's curfew for older teens from 1 a.m. to 11 p.m., but the measure didn't pass.
Now, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is partnering with local clergy members to employ a new strategy.
The clergy members patrol Circle Centre mall and the Downtown Canal area to engage with teenagers in the hope of preventing problems. As the weather grows warmer, the clergy members will patrol most weekends, as they expect crowds to increase in the summer months.
The idea is to keep the police presence minimal and the vibe friendly. Coordinated by David Hampton, deputy mayor for neighborhood engagement, clergy
members patrolled the mall Feb. 27, the date of the proposed gathering on the flier.
Somewhere between 300 and 500 teenagers showed up, police said, but there was no riot. In fact, there were no public safety incidents of any kind.
“We don’t want to be in the position of stifling teens from being teens,” said Hampton, who also is pastor of Light of the World Christian Church. “But we do want them to be safe.”

It starts online

In the past, Hampton said, teens would just find fliers for parties in their mailboxes. Now, news of most large teen gatherings are spread wildly across social media platforms, reaching thousands very quickly.
Within minutes, an event that may have started as a harmless night out for teens can snowball into a mix of combustible elements.
IMPD Sgt. William Carter, an officer in the Nuisance and Abatement Unit, said youth-targeted parties or gatherings advertised on social media strip attendees and organizers of one crucial element: control.

"You don’t know who might show up, or what kind of history they might have with someone else who might show up at the party,” Carter said. “You don’t know how many people are coming, or who they’ve told, or if they’re going to bring weapons with them. … There are just so many different factors that you have no control over once you put something online.”
Police encounter teen crowds not only at the mall, but also at large parties in other locations, such as hotels. Young party promoters who throw pay-to-enter events are drawn by the allure of quick cash and little risk. Thanks to social media's ability to draw such large crowds, they can make enough money to pay fines if a party is shut down early and still turn a profit.
 The Great Society has birthed an army with only goal: destroy the civilization white people long ago built, and harass their descendants who no longer have the helping hands of Jim Crow to protect them. 

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?: Cops Handcuffed as Black Clergy in Indianapolis to Engage Black Teens in Public

April 26th, 2016
It's only a matter of time. 

All the elements are in place. 

The heartland of America will be center-stage for some sort of conflagration in the summer of 2016. 

This article is proof of it. [Indy's new approach for a teen 'riot': Fueled by social media, and not having much else to do, hundreds of teens flock Downtown on weekends., Indy Star, April 18, 2016]:
A flier posted to Twitter in February garnered 4,000 responses, flinging it onto the phones and computer screens of hundreds of Indianapolis teenagers. At the top, in a bright purple type, all-caps and adorned with two devil emojis, was the word “RIOT.”
The place: Circle Centre mall.
Time: 7 p.m. to whenever.
And the reason? “Since Skateland closed for 2 Saturdays.”
That caught the attention of law enforcement.
Fueled by social media, and not having much else to do, hundreds of teenagers flock to Circle Centre mall and other Downtown locations on the weekends.
Most of the teenagers have no intention of causing trouble. They want to socialize, eat at the food court and play arcade games. Yet in the past, such large-scale gatherings have led to violence, fights and, in a few cases, fatal shootings.
That presents a dilemma for local law enforcement: How do police control the crowds and keep everyone safe without infringing on the teens’ rights to enjoy one another's company in public spaces Downtown?
In the past, police have stepped up patrols Downtown on weekends. Mall security guards have tried breaking up larger groups of teens. Some city officials in 2014 proposed moving up the city's curfew for older teens from 1 a.m. to 11 p.m., but the measure didn't pass.
Now, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is partnering with local clergy members to employ a new strategy.
The clergy members patrol Circle Centre mall and the Downtown Canal area to engage with teenagers in the hope of preventing problems. As the weather grows warmer, the clergy members will patrol most weekends, as they expect crowds to increase in the summer months.
The idea is to keep the police presence minimal and the vibe friendly. Coordinated by David Hampton, deputy mayor for neighborhood engagement, clergy
members patrolled the mall Feb. 27, the date of the proposed gathering on the flier.
Somewhere between 300 and 500 teenagers showed up, police said, but there was no riot. In fact, there were no public safety incidents of any kind.
“We don’t want to be in the position of stifling teens from being teens,” said Hampton, who also is pastor of Light of the World Christian Church. “But we do want them to be safe.”

It starts online

In the past, Hampton said, teens would just find fliers for parties in their mailboxes. Now, news of most large teen gatherings are spread wildly across social media platforms, reaching thousands very quickly.
Within minutes, an event that may have started as a harmless night out for teens can snowball into a mix of combustible elements.
IMPD Sgt. William Carter, an officer in the Nuisance and Abatement Unit, said youth-targeted parties or gatherings advertised on social media strip attendees and organizers of one crucial element: control.

"You don’t know who might show up, or what kind of history they might have with someone else who might show up at the party,” Carter said. “You don’t know how many people are coming, or who they’ve told, or if they’re going to bring weapons with them. … There are just so many different factors that you have no control over once you put something online.”
Police encounter teen crowds not only at the mall, but also at large parties in other locations, such as hotels. Young party promoters who throw pay-to-enter events are drawn by the allure of quick cash and little risk. Thanks to social media's ability to draw such large crowds, they can make enough money to pay fines if a party is shut down early and still turn a profit.
 The Great Society has birthed an army with only goal: destroy the civilization white people long ago built, and harass their descendants who no longer have the helping hands of Jim Crow to protect them. 

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Is the Modern Church Irredeemable? Davey Blackburn Forgives the Three Black Murderers of His Pregnant Wife Everyday

April 24th, 2016
One of the most chilling stories I've ever read published is the following:
In search of even more money, they finally arrived at the unlocked Blackburn residence, with Amanda, then 12 weeks pregnant, and her 15-month-old son inside.Authorities say Taylor hit Blackburn with his gun and stayed at the house while the other two drove off to retrieve money from an ATM using her card.
Afterwards, Taylor reportedly told Watson, Gordon and two others that he killed Blackburn, authorities say.
Amanda Blackburn, murdered by the three black males on the right
“Taylor stated that she charged at him and he shot her somewhere in the upper body so he would not be scratched,” the document states. “Taylor then told them that 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.” [Suspected killer of pastor’s wife ‘watched her bleed,’ court document says, Washington Post, November 23, 2015]
"...watched her bleed."

You remember the story of Amanda Blackburn, the pregnant Indianapolis mother murdered by three black males, right? 

She's back in the news, courtesy of her surviving husbands testimony where he not only forgives the three black murderers of his wife and unborn child, but stresses he hopes he can bring them to Jesus "as a kick in the nuts... for the enemy."[Davey Blackburn: Forgiveness is a decision: Pastor says he makes decision every day, The Indy Channel, April 24, 2016]:
Davey Blackburn says he's decided to forgive the men who killed his wife.
Amanda Blackburn was killed in her northwest side home on Nov. 10, 2015, while her young son Weston sat just feet away in another room.
The three black men who sexually assaulted and murdered Amanda Blackburn
Before she was killed, police say she was beaten and sexually assaulted. She was pregnant with her second child at the time of her death.

Three men – Larry Taylor, Jalen Watson and Diono Gordon – face a slew of charges in her death, including burglary, criminal confinement and murder.

In an interview with his former pastor on Sunday at the NewSpring Church in Anderson, South Carolina, Davey Blackburn said he had made the decision to forgive Taylor, Watson and Gordon.
"What I realized was that forgiveness isn't an emotion. I wasn't ever going to feel like forgiving them. Just point blank: You're never going to feel like forgiving someone for doing something to you that's irreparable," Blackburn said. "What I realized is that forgiveness is a decision. And it's not just a one-time decision. It's a daily decision. I have to wake up and I have to decide to forgive. And here's why I decided to decide to forgive. It's because bitterness and unforgiveness is going to be a cancer to no one else except for me. And it's going to eat me up inside if I hold on to that."
He also said he hopes he can share his faith with the men.
"I really hope I get the opportunity to share the Gospel with these guys," Blackburn said. "Imagine if these three guys met Jesus. Imagine the kick in the nuts that would be for the enemy."

What type of sick world do we live in? I imagine a world where the three black males who sexually assaulted and murdered Amanda (and the child she carried) are publicly hanged next to the editors of the Indy Star, as a reminder of what happens to criminals and those who work 24/7 to protect criminality.

Davey: you can share the gospel all you want with the three black males who sexually assaulted and murdered your wife and the child she carried, but you can never take back the fact that your wife and unborn met the African culture Jim Crow was designed to protect white people from. [Why Davey Blackburn opted to forgive Amanda Blackburn's killers, Indy Star, April 24, 2016]:
Recently, Davey Blackburn returned to the home where his wife was killed, he wrote in a blog post. He wrote that he reluctantly walked back into the room where he found her.
“The morning I returned, I put worship music in my earbuds, laid down in the spot I found her, wept, prayed and worshipped,” he wrote.
Davey Blackburn and his son Weston now live with friends, he wrote in his blog. A question he gets all the time: How is Weston doing?
“How is Weston going to grow up without his mom? Every time this thought came to my mind it was a like a dagger was being driven deeper into my stomach,” Davey Blackburn wrote.
But he wrote that his son is doing okay. He attributes that to a network of support from family and friends, and Weston’s age. At 15 months when his mother died, Davey Blackburn wrote Weston was not old enough to absorb the tragedy.
Noble, the pastor of New Spring Church, asked Davey Blackburn on Sunday: “Have you forgiven the men that killed Amanda?”
“At the very beginning, when they had not been arrested, it was probably a little bit easier because they were faceless people. I had no idea who these guys were,” Davey Blackburn said. “The first time I felt any kind of anger was when they arrested them, and I saw photos.”
He said he wrestled with the idea, eventually concluding that forgiveness is not an emotion.
“I wasn’t ever going to feel like forgiving them,” he said.
Still, he said he decided to do it.
“Because bitterness and unforgiveness is going to be a cancer for no one else besides me,” he said.
 Bitterness and unforgiveness are not cancers, Davey; the cancer in America is the population that birthed the three males who sexually assaulted and murdered your wife and unborn child. It's the cancer the editors/writers at the Indy Star go out of their way to excuse any and all dysfunction from this community and blame it on white people for discrimination, white privilege, or the legacy of slavery.

There is something very sick and degenerate about modern Christianity, with Davey's strange theology standing out as a metaphor for why America is irredeemable.

Celestial reinforcements aren't coming to save us or you, Davey. 

Is the Modern Chuch Irredeemable? Davey Blackburn Forgives the Three Black Murderers of His Pregnant Wife Everyday

April 24th, 2016
One of the most chilling stories I've ever read published is the following:
In search of even more money, they finally arrived at the unlocked Blackburn residence, with Amanda, then 12 weeks pregnant, and her 15-month-old son inside.Authorities say Taylor hit Blackburn with his gun and stayed at the house while the other two drove off to retrieve money from an ATM using her card.
Afterwards, Taylor reportedly told Watson, Gordon and two others that he killed Blackburn, authorities say.
Amanda Blackburn, murdered by the three black males on the right
“Taylor stated that she charged at him and he shot her somewhere in the upper body so he would not be scratched,” the document states. “Taylor then told them that 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.” [Suspected killer of pastor’s wife ‘watched her bleed,’ court document says, Washington Post, November 23, 2015]
"...watched her bleed."

You remember the story of Amanda Blackburn, the pregnant Indianapolis mother murdered by three black males, right? 

She's back in the news, courtesy of her surviving husbands testimony where he not only forgives the three black murderers of his wife and unborn child, but stresses he hopes he can bring them to Jesus "as a kick in the nuts... for the enemy."[Davey Blackburn: Forgiveness is a decision: Pastor says he makes decision every day, The Indy Channel, April 24, 2016]:
Davey Blackburn says he's decided to forgive the men who killed his wife.
Amanda Blackburn was killed in her northwest side home on Nov. 10, 2015, while her young son Weston sat just feet away in another room.
The three black men who sexually assaulted and murdered Amanda Blackburn
Before she was killed, police say she was beaten and sexually assaulted. She was pregnant with her second child at the time of her death.

Three men – Larry Taylor, Jalen Watson and Diono Gordon – face a slew of charges in her death, including burglary, criminal confinement and murder.

In an interview with his former pastor on Sunday at the NewSpring Church in Anderson, South Carolina, Davey Blackburn said he had made the decision to forgive Taylor, Watson and Gordon.
"What I realized was that forgiveness isn't an emotion. I wasn't ever going to feel like forgiving them. Just point blank: You're never going to feel like forgiving someone for doing something to you that's irreparable," Blackburn said. "What I realized is that forgiveness is a decision. And it's not just a one-time decision. It's a daily decision. I have to wake up and I have to decide to forgive. And here's why I decided to decide to forgive. It's because bitterness and unforgiveness is going to be a cancer to no one else except for me. And it's going to eat me up inside if I hold on to that."
He also said he hopes he can share his faith with the men.
"I really hope I get the opportunity to share the Gospel with these guys," Blackburn said. "Imagine if these three guys met Jesus. Imagine the kick in the nuts that would be for the enemy."

What type of sick world do we live in? I imagine a world where the three black males who sexually assaulted and murdered Amanda (and the child she carried) are publicly hanged next to the editors of the Indy Star, as a reminder of what happens to criminals and those who work 24/7 to protect criminality.

Davey: you can share the gospel all you want with the three black males who sexually assaulted and murdered your wife and the child she carried, but you can never take back the fact that your wife and unborn met the African culture Jim Crow was designed to protect white people from. [Why Davey Blackburn opted to forgive Amanda Blackburn's killers, Indy Star, April 24, 2016]:
Recently, Davey Blackburn returned to the home where his wife was killed, he wrote in a blog post. He wrote that he reluctantly walked back into the room where he found her.
“The morning I returned, I put worship music in my earbuds, laid down in the spot I found her, wept, prayed and worshipped,” he wrote.
Davey Blackburn and his son Weston now live with friends, he wrote in his blog. A question he gets all the time: How is Weston doing?
“How is Weston going to grow up without his mom? Every time this thought came to my mind it was a like a dagger was being driven deeper into my stomach,” Davey Blackburn wrote.
But he wrote that his son is doing okay. He attributes that to a network of support from family and friends, and Weston’s age. At 15 months when his mother died, Davey Blackburn wrote Weston was not old enough to absorb the tragedy.
Noble, the pastor of New Spring Church, asked Davey Blackburn on Sunday: “Have you forgiven the men that killed Amanda?”
“At the very beginning, when they had not been arrested, it was probably a little bit easier because they were faceless people. I had no idea who these guys were,” Davey Blackburn said. “The first time I felt any kind of anger was when they arrested them, and I saw photos.”
He said he wrestled with the idea, eventually concluding that forgiveness is not an emotion.
“I wasn’t ever going to feel like forgiving them,” he said.
Still, he said he decided to do it.
“Because bitterness and unforgiveness is going to be a cancer for no one else besides me,” he said.
 Bitterness and unforgiveness are not cancers, Davey; the cancer in America is the population that birthed the three males who sexually assaulted and murdered your wife and unborn child. It's the cancer the editors/writers at the Indy Star go out of their way to excuse any and all dysfunction from this community and blame it on white people for discrimination, white privilege, or the legacy of slavery.

There is something very sick and degenerate about modern Christianity, with Davey's strange theology standing out as a metaphor for why America is irredeemable.

Celestial reinforcements aren't coming to save us or you, Davey. 

Life in 2016 Detroit, an 83 % Black City: Black Activist Group Confirms Every Negative Stereotype of Black People is True

April 23rd, 2016

As the civilization white people built - then abandoned when black crime made living in the city intolerable - crumbles courtesy of the new racial demographic in control of the city (blacks), a most revealing "code" has been issued to hopefully influence proper behavior in 83 percent black Detroit.  [New Era Detroit community activist group releases 'Street Code', Fox 2 Detroit, April 21, 2016]:

The community activist group New Era Detroit has released a Street Code that has many people talking.
Among 10 item list includes no drive-bys, adding that the shootings endanger the babies and children being killed and that all rapists and child molesters in the community must be turned in.
Also included is no shooting at concerts or parties which are neutral territories, respecting the elders, respect for people in general.
The list also promotes dealing directly with your enemy and nobody else, "no slinging to the children or pregnant women" and urges to not shoot any victims of a robbery.
The list is meant to "Enforce and Honor the Street Code, make our streets honorable, respected and true to the game."  For more information about New Era Detroit and their programs and events, CLICK HERE.
The complete list:
1. No drive-bys. Too many black babies are being killed from random drive-bys. These random shootings already took the lives of several black babies. This must stop. There is nothing gangsta about babies and children being killed. Drive-by shootings from here on out will make you public enemy No. 1 throughout the entire city.
2. All rapist and child molesters in the community must be turned in and dealt with immediately. We cannot allow rapists in the community preying on our women. That can be your mother, sister or daughter. Sexual assault committed against our women and children will not be tolerated in our communities.
3. Concerts and parties are neutral territories: No shooting. Too often innocent people get killed at parties and not the actual target. Handle your beefs at your own risk in your own space.
4. Respect the elders, any harm or violence towards the elderly is a serious violation. Elders are harmless and defenseless; attacking them is the same as attacking a baby and will also result in you becoming public enemy No. 1 throughout the entire city.
5. Respect. If no one has done anything to you, show them the love and give them respect.
6. All beefs must be handled away from school grounds, churches and businesses. Once again it is imperative that we leave innocent people out of beefs.
7. Know who your enemy is, deal directly with them and nobody else.
8. No slinging to the children or pregnant women. That's genocide on our people.
9. Do not shoot any victims of robbery. There is nothing more cowardly than robbing someone, getting what you want out of them then shooting them after you got what you wanted.
10. Enforce and honor the Street Code. Make our streets honorable, respected and true to the game.
 This "street code" issued by black leaders to the majority black citizens of Detroit is precisely why white people long ago dared pass laws - Sundown laws, Jim Crow, restrictive covenants, etc. -  now derided as examples of white supremacy and racism. 

In 2016, the "street code" issued by New Era Detroit is a reminder of black inferiority, which was present centuries ago and mandated responsible white men pass laws to protect their civilization (and posterity).  

Life in 2016 Detroit, an 83 % Black City: Black Activist Group Confirms Every Negative Stereotype of Black People is True

April 23rd, 2016

As the civilization white people built - then abandoned when black crime made living in the city intolerable - crumbles courtesy of the new racial demographic in control of the city (blacks), a most revealing "code" has been issued to hopefully influence proper behavior in 83 percent black Detroit.  [New Era Detroit community activist group releases 'Street Code', Fox 2 Detroit, April 21, 2016]:

The community activist group New Era Detroit has released a Street Code that has many people talking.
Among 10 item list includes no drive-bys, adding that the shootings endanger the babies and children being killed and that all rapists and child molesters in the community must be turned in.
Also included is no shooting at concerts or parties which are neutral territories, respecting the elders, respect for people in general.
The list also promotes dealing directly with your enemy and nobody else, "no slinging to the children or pregnant women" and urges to not shoot any victims of a robbery.
The list is meant to "Enforce and Honor the Street Code, make our streets honorable, respected and true to the game."  For more information about New Era Detroit and their programs and events, CLICK HERE.
The complete list:
1. No drive-bys. Too many black babies are being killed from random drive-bys. These random shootings already took the lives of several black babies. This must stop. There is nothing gangsta about babies and children being killed. Drive-by shootings from here on out will make you public enemy No. 1 throughout the entire city.
2. All rapist and child molesters in the community must be turned in and dealt with immediately. We cannot allow rapists in the community preying on our women. That can be your mother, sister or daughter. Sexual assault committed against our women and children will not be tolerated in our communities.
3. Concerts and parties are neutral territories: No shooting. Too often innocent people get killed at parties and not the actual target. Handle your beefs at your own risk in your own space.
4. Respect the elders, any harm or violence towards the elderly is a serious violation. Elders are harmless and defenseless; attacking them is the same as attacking a baby and will also result in you becoming public enemy No. 1 throughout the entire city.
5. Respect. If no one has done anything to you, show them the love and give them respect.
6. All beefs must be handled away from school grounds, churches and businesses. Once again it is imperative that we leave innocent people out of beefs.
7. Know who your enemy is, deal directly with them and nobody else.
8. No slinging to the children or pregnant women. That's genocide on our people.
9. Do not shoot any victims of robbery. There is nothing more cowardly than robbing someone, getting what you want out of them then shooting them after you got what you wanted.
10. Enforce and honor the Street Code. Make our streets honorable, respected and true to the game.
 This "street code" issued by black leaders to the majority black citizens of Detroit is precisely why white people long ago dared pass laws - Sundown laws, Jim Crow, restrictive covenants, etc. -  now derided as examples of white supremacy and racism. 

In 2016, the "street code" issued by New Era Detroit is a reminder of black inferiority, which was present centuries ago and mandated responsible white men pass laws to protect their civilization (and posterity).  

Irredeemable: “Think Before You Thug” a Message for Blacks from City Leaders, Cops in Dallas

April 22nd, 2016
The old metaphor of "rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic" comes into play here. 

No offense to any Texans reading this, but I've never understood the whole mystique about the state. 

Houston is a nightmare, and Dallas is nothing more than a laboratory for showcasing black pathologies on a daily basis.
This isn't a joke...


Now this. [Dallas’ spiking murder rate sparks ‘Think Before You Thug’ movement, Dallas Morning News, April 20, 2016]:

 Former crooks, community leaders and cops have a message to Dallas’ gang members: “Think before you thug.”

City Council member Erik Wilson announced the provocatively named awareness campaign Wednesday at City Hall. Wilson said a recent sharp rise in violent crime and slayings – Dallas had 14 more murders this year as of Monday than the city recorded on the same date last year — prompted the effort.
“This is an important issue,” Wilson said. “One life lost is one life too many.”
The campaign is similar in some ways to the pro-Dallas police campaign Operation Blue Shield, which also pushed a community awareness message. But unlike that campaign, “think before you thug” will not be led by business and political elites, Wilson said.
“This is not a top-down effort,” Wilson said. “This is a bottom-up movement.”
Wilson said the effort will rely on community leaders and reformed former gang members, such as Pastor Omar Jahwar and Antong Lucky, to get the message out. The duo, who were former gang members, attended this year’s State of the Union address as guests of House Speaker Paul Ryan. They are also close associates of former Dallas Cowboys star Deion Sanders and have done consulting work for Dallas ISD.
The target for the campaign will be high-crime areas in the city. Police have lined up a community fair meant to spread the word. It’s set for 11 a.m. May 21 at 9759 Forest Lane in far northeast Dallas. The event, sponsored in part by radio station K104, includes basketball games, guest speakers, free food and a job fair.

 There are no lifeboats to seek refuge in from the sinking remains of the experiment once known as the United States of America. 

America is irredeemable. 

 

 

Irredeemable: “Think Before You Thug” a Message for Blacks from City Leaders, Cops in Dallas

April 22nd, 2016
The old metaphor of "rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic" comes into play here. 

No offense to any Texans reading this, but I've never understand the whole mystique about the state. 

Houston is a nightmare, and Dallas is nothing more than a laboratory for showcasing black pathologies on a daily basis.

Now this. [Dallas’ spiking murder rate sparks ‘Think Before You Thug’ movement, Dallas Morning News, April 20, 2016]:

 Former crooks, community leaders and cops have a message to Dallas’ gang members: “Think before you thug.”

City Council member Erik Wilson announced the provocatively named awareness campaign Wednesday at City Hall. Wilson said a recent sharp rise in violent crime and slayings – Dallas had 14 more murders this year as of Monday than the city recorded on the same date last year — prompted the effort.
“This is an important issue,” Wilson said. “One life lost is one life too many.”
The campaign is similar in some ways to the pro-Dallas police campaign Operation Blue Shield, which also pushed a community awareness message. But unlike that campaign, “think before you thug” will not be led by business and political elites, Wilson said.
“This is not a top-down effort,” Wilson said. “This is a bottom-up movement.”
Wilson said the effort will rely on community leaders and reformed former gang members, such as Pastor Omar Jahwar and Antong Lucky, to get the message out. The duo, who were former gang members, attended this year’s State of the Union address as guests of House Speaker Paul Ryan. They are also close associates of former Dallas Cowboys star Deion Sanders and have done consulting work for Dallas ISD.
The target for the campaign will be high-crime areas in the city. Police have lined up a community fair meant to spread the word. It’s set for 11 a.m. May 21 at 9759 Forest Lane in far northeast Dallas. The event, sponsored in part by radio station K104, includes basketball games, guest speakers, free food and a job fair.

 There are no lifeboats to seek refuge in from the sinking remains of the expert once known as the United States of America. 

America is irredeemable. 

 

 

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Never Forget, the USA is Irredeemable: Obama’s Secretary of the Treasury “Fundamentally Transforms” the $20 Bill

April 21st, 2016
There's not much to say.

There's not much to add.

One of my proudest moments was standing in Jackson Square in New Orleans in early 2005 and having my picture taken in front of the stunning statue to Andrew Jackson.

Now one of the greatest Americans is downgraded to the back of the $20 bill so we unenlightened bigots in 2016 America can celebrate true heroism, Harriet Tubman-style.

Every statue to a white male in America will come down, with an enthusiasm (a religious zeal) unequaled by any act of rebellion in world history. In all seriousness, we are entering uncharted territory, with no historical precedent for what white people are allowing to happen in either the USA or Europe.

There's no underground railroad for white people in America to safely seek refuge in a free society elsewhere, with the tyranny of equality demanding white people sacrifice their history for the betterment of "humanity."

In so doing, we guarantee we have no future.

Currently, white people have absolutely no moral authority in America; conversely, this is the exact reason behind the strange rise of Donald J. Trump, with millions of white people showing (in their support of Trump), there is something still redeemable and worth fighting to preserve in a sizable portion of Americans.


Never Forget, the USA is Irredeemable: Obama’s Secretary of the Treasury “Fundamentally Transforms” the $20 Bill

April 21st, 2016
There's not much to say.

There's not much to add.

One of my proudest moments was standing in Jackson Square in New Orleans in early 2005 and having my picture taken in front of the stunning statue to Andrew Jackson.

Now one of the greatest Americans is downgraded to the back of the $20 bill so we unenlightened bigots in 2016 America can celebrate true heroism, Harriet Tubman-style.

Every statue to a white male in America will come down, with an enthusiasm (a religious zeal) unequaled by any act of rebellion in world history. In all seriousness, we are entering uncharted territory, with no historical precedent for what white people are allowing to happen in either the USA or Europe.

There's no underground railroad for white people in America to safely seek refuge in a free society elsewhere, with the tyranny of equality demanding white people sacrifice their history for the betterment of "humanity."

In so doing, we guarantee we have no future.

Currently, white people have absolutely no moral authority in America; conversely, this is the exact reason behind the strange rise of Donald J. Trump, with millions of white people showing (in their support of Trump), there is something still redeemable and worth fighting to preserve in a sizable portion of Americans.


Black Pastors in Indianapolis Demand Black People Not Be Held Accountable for Their Criminal Actions

April 20th, 2016
Blacks hold white America hostage.

Had Martin Luther King not been shot, he'd have led the Poor People's Campaign that protested the launch of Apollo 11 on July 16, 1969 instead of Ralph Abernathy. The blacks protested white America's reaching for the stars, because they felt money spent on space exploration would have been better spent enabling black people in the USA to live cradle to grave on the public dole.

And we know whose vision for the future of America won out.

Today, we live in a nation where black clergy can demand concessions be made to black criminals, or because daring to uphold the law is "demeaning" to people of color. [Indy pastors call for body cams, new policies after police shootings, Indy Star, April 18, 2016]:
A group of Indianapolis pastors on Monday called for a series of reforms they say would improve police-community relations in the wake of two recent officer-involved shootings.
The pastors announced their recommendations, which included implicit bias training, body-worn cameras for all patrol officers and a new policy for the release of video footage, during a press conference at Olivet Missionary Baptist Church, 4141 N. High School Road.
"They're not bullet points to be negative toward any administration," Pastor Wayne Moore said. "It's just something that needs to be done to make our community a better place."
The pastors, who came together from numerous faith-based groups and ministers' alliances to form the Interdenominational Presidents Commission, rattled off a number of proposals:
  • The development of a policy for the release of video and audio captured during officer-involved shootings. The policy would urge officials to release video "expeditiously" to the public to mitigate speculation about what happened during a shooting. 
  • A push for body-worn cameras on all Indianapolis patrol officers. 
  • The implementation of new implicit bias training for police officers. 
  • The creation of a police accountability task force that would examine shootings and other incidents, and would solicit input from the community. 
  • The creation of an "acceptable definition of transparency" agreed upon by both the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and community leadership. 
  • Discontinuing the release of criminal histories and mug shots of people killed in officer-involved shootings, which the pastors think creates an unfair bias against those people.
Monday's event comes in response to recent officer-involved shootings in the city, including the fatal shooting of 44-year-old Kevin Hicks earlier this month. Hicks, who was unarmed, was shot by IMPD officer Robert Carmichael during a physical fight at the Marathon gas station at East 10th and North Rural streets. Witnesses told police Hicks may have reached for Carmichael's gun during the tussle.
While the officer was not wearing a body camera, surveillance video from the gas station captured some of the fight, but not the shooting.
The pastors were originally scheduled to talk about officer-involved shootings last week. That event was delayed after Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry met with the media to announce that he would not release that video before the investigation was completed, citing a "responsibility" to protect the integrity of the case.
The Rev. Charles Harrison, of the faith-based, anti-crime group the Ten Point Coalition, however, said the city should look at policies that would compel the release of such video evidence sooner.
Withholding footage, he said, "leads to a lot of speculation in the community about what really happened, which creates a climate on the streets that may lead to another potential conflict between police, and particularly men of color."
Harrison also said the release of video would temper concerns from a community that isn't inclined to take the police department's account at face value.
"We'll see the truth. We can handle the truth, whatever the truth is," Harrison said. "But there's a distrust in the African-American community when it comes to only hearing the police version of it, because there have been cases where that has not been true."
IMPD already implements or is planning to implement some suggestions, Capt. Rick Riddle said, but there are limitations. The release of evidentiary video, for example, is not up to IMPD — that call is made by the Marion County prosecutor’s office once video is turned over as evidence.
"All of the issues they bring up, we believe that we are already doing or working on doing better," Riddle said. "A lot of these issues that we are bound by are policies of another agency, such as the prosecutor's office."
Body-worn cameras are also still on the table, though the plan for implementation at IMPD is unclear. While the City-County Council approved about $250,000 last fall for an introductory camera program, Riddle said recently passed legislation that governs the length of time required for video storage has made the department reconsider how much equipment IMPD can actually buy.
Riddle also said the department already implements cultural diversity training, which includes discussion about bias.
The pastors also called on police and media to not release certain information about people killed in police shootings, like criminal histories, before the adjudication of a case.
"Our concern is the dehumanization, the demonization, the criminalization of certain aspects of the victims' past that impacts people's perceptions of that prior to the investigation become completed," Harrison said, "and that's what's so troubling to the black community."
Indianapolis in 2016 will be the city where a seemingly insignificant encounter between white police officers and black criminals sets off dominoes that could (key word: "could") forever alter the landscape of our nation.

These type of stories showcase how white people are prisoners in America to a terrifying cult, and yet, it powerfully illustrates how we can break free for good: publicly admitting black inferiority - and that white people aren't to blame for it - is literally the panacea to the terror of the civilization nullifying force of equality.

It cuts to the very root that helped flower this evil ideology.

Black Pastors in Indianapolis Demand Black People Not Be Held Accountable for Their Criminal Actions

April 20th, 2016
Blacks hold white America hostage.

Had Martin Luther King not been shot, he'd have led the Poor People's Campaign that protested the launch of Apollo 11 on July 16, 1969 instead of Ralph Abernathy. The blacks protested white America's reaching for the stars, because they felt money spent on space exploration would have been better spent enabling black people in the USA to live cradle to grave on the public dole.

And we know whose vision for the future of America won out.

Today, we live in a nation where black clergy can demand concessions be made to black criminals, or because daring to uphold the law is "demeaning" to people of color. [Indy pastors call for body cams, new policies after police shootings, Indy Star, April 18, 2016]:
A group of Indianapolis pastors on Monday called for a series of reforms they say would improve police-community relations in the wake of two recent officer-involved shootings.
The pastors announced their recommendations, which included implicit bias training, body-worn cameras for all patrol officers and a new policy for the release of video footage, during a press conference at Olivet Missionary Baptist Church, 4141 N. High School Road.
"They're not bullet points to be negative toward any administration," Pastor Wayne Moore said. "It's just something that needs to be done to make our community a better place."
The pastors, who came together from numerous faith-based groups and ministers' alliances to form the Interdenominational Presidents Commission, rattled off a number of proposals:
  • The development of a policy for the release of video and audio captured during officer-involved shootings. The policy would urge officials to release video "expeditiously" to the public to mitigate speculation about what happened during a shooting. 
  • A push for body-worn cameras on all Indianapolis patrol officers. 
  • The implementation of new implicit bias training for police officers. 
  • The creation of a police accountability task force that would examine shootings and other incidents, and would solicit input from the community. 
  • The creation of an "acceptable definition of transparency" agreed upon by both the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and community leadership. 
  • Discontinuing the release of criminal histories and mug shots of people killed in officer-involved shootings, which the pastors think creates an unfair bias against those people.
Monday's event comes in response to recent officer-involved shootings in the city, including the fatal shooting of 44-year-old Kevin Hicks earlier this month. Hicks, who was unarmed, was shot by IMPD officer Robert Carmichael during a physical fight at the Marathon gas station at East 10th and North Rural streets. Witnesses told police Hicks may have reached for Carmichael's gun during the tussle.
While the officer was not wearing a body camera, surveillance video from the gas station captured some of the fight, but not the shooting.
The pastors were originally scheduled to talk about officer-involved shootings last week. That event was delayed after Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry met with the media to announce that he would not release that video before the investigation was completed, citing a "responsibility" to protect the integrity of the case.
The Rev. Charles Harrison, of the faith-based, anti-crime group the Ten Point Coalition, however, said the city should look at policies that would compel the release of such video evidence sooner.
Withholding footage, he said, "leads to a lot of speculation in the community about what really happened, which creates a climate on the streets that may lead to another potential conflict between police, and particularly men of color."
Harrison also said the release of video would temper concerns from a community that isn't inclined to take the police department's account at face value.
"We'll see the truth. We can handle the truth, whatever the truth is," Harrison said. "But there's a distrust in the African-American community when it comes to only hearing the police version of it, because there have been cases where that has not been true."
IMPD already implements or is planning to implement some suggestions, Capt. Rick Riddle said, but there are limitations. The release of evidentiary video, for example, is not up to IMPD — that call is made by the Marion County prosecutor’s office once video is turned over as evidence.
"All of the issues they bring up, we believe that we are already doing or working on doing better," Riddle said. "A lot of these issues that we are bound by are policies of another agency, such as the prosecutor's office."
Body-worn cameras are also still on the table, though the plan for implementation at IMPD is unclear. While the City-County Council approved about $250,000 last fall for an introductory camera program, Riddle said recently passed legislation that governs the length of time required for video storage has made the department reconsider how much equipment IMPD can actually buy.
Riddle also said the department already implements cultural diversity training, which includes discussion about bias.
The pastors also called on police and media to not release certain information about people killed in police shootings, like criminal histories, before the adjudication of a case.
"Our concern is the dehumanization, the demonization, the criminalization of certain aspects of the victims' past that impacts people's perceptions of that prior to the investigation become completed," Harrison said, "and that's what's so troubling to the black community."
Indianapolis in 2016 will be the city where a seemingly insignificant encounter between white police officers and black criminals sets off dominoes that could (key word: "could") forever alter the landscape of our nation.

These type of stories showcase how white people are prisoners in America to the terrifying , and yet, it powerful illustrates how we can break free for good: publicly admitting black inferiority - and that white people aren't to blame for it - is literally the panacea to the terror of equality.

It cuts to the very root that helped flower this evil ideology.

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April 19th, 2016

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Black Rapper’s Ankle Monitor Goes Off at White House During Non-White Empowerment Initiative Meeting…

April 19th, 2016
If the United States of America were a real country, this story would be upsetting. [Rapper Rick Ross’s Ankle Monitor Goes Off During Minorty Youth Empowerment Program at White House, Breitbart.com, April 18, 2016]:

Rapper Rick Ross visited the White House on Friday as an ambassador for President Obama’s black and Latino youth program — and his court-ordered ankle monitor reportedly went off shortly after the president concluded a speech.

According to the Associated Press, the “Hood Billionaire” rapper joined fellow artists Alicia Keys, Common, Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhymes, Janelle Monae, Ludacris, Chance the Rapper and others at the White House on Friday, where the group met with the president to discuss the administration’s “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, which focuses on empowering black and Latino youth.
But according to TMZ, Ross’s ankle monitor, which he must wear as a condition of his release on kidnapping and assault charges last summer, beeped loudly shortly after the president concluded a speech.
Ross was arrested in June 2015 on kidnapping, aggravated assault and aggravated battery charges after allegedly pistol-whipping a man who had been doing repair work on his house. The kidnapping charge was added after it was alleged that the man was physically prevented from leaving Ross’ house.
Obama has previously enlisted the help of the music industry to promote the”My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, which aims to provide access to higher education to black and Latino youth. In January, Obama met with rapper Kendrick Lamar in the Oval Office, where the two discussed problems facing inner city youth and the importance of mentorship programs.
The United States of America is not a real country. America is irredeemable.

Were the USA a real country, this story would simultaneously make you mad and incredibly sad; instead, this story should elicit nothing but uncontrollable laughter. 

Black Rapper’s Ankle Monitor Goes Off at White House During Non-White Empowerment Initiative Meeting…

April 19th, 2016
If the United States of America were a real country, this story would be upsetting. [Rapper Rick Ross’s Ankle Monitor Goes Off During Minorty Youth Empowerment Program at White House, Breitbart.com, April 18, 2016]:

Rapper Rick Ross visited the White House on Friday as an ambassador for President Obama’s black and Latino youth program — and his court-ordered ankle monitor reportedly went off shortly after the president concluded a speech.

According to the Associated Press, the “Hood Billionaire” rapper joined fellow artists Alicia Keys, Common, Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhymes, Janelle Monae, Ludacris, Chance the Rapper and others at the White House on Friday, where the group met with the president to discuss the administration’s “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, which focuses on empowering black and Latino youth.
But according to TMZ, Ross’s ankle monitor, which he must wear as a condition of his release on kidnapping and assault charges last summer, beeped loudly shortly after the president concluded a speech.
Ross was arrested in June 2015 on kidnapping, aggravated assault and aggravated battery charges after allegedly pistol-whipping a man who had been doing repair work on his house. The kidnapping charge was added after it was alleged that the man was physically prevented from leaving Ross’ house.
Obama has previously enlisted the help of the music industry to promote the”My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, which aims to provide access to higher education to black and Latino youth. In January, Obama met with rapper Kendrick Lamar in the Oval Office, where the two discussed problems facing inner city youth and the importance of mentorship programs.
The United States of America is not a real country. America is irredeemable.

Were the USA a real country, this story would simultaneously make you mad and incredibly sad; instead, this story should elicit nothing but uncontrollable laughter.