Saturday, December 3, 2016

Black Male Arrested for Racist, Pro-Trump Graffiti/Vandalism Found in South Philly After Election

Remember when "60 Minutes" had the first post-election interview with Donald Trump and the host demanded Trump denounce the violence/harassment/intimidation of pro-Trump supporters that was purportedly sweeping the nation? 

Not one of these so-called incidents, eagerly reported to a credulous, already vehemently anti-Trump readership/viewership, has been proven to based in truth.

Almost all of them turn out like this one in Philadelphia.  An act by either a racial/religious minority or a white liberal, designed to create a climate of hate against both Trump and white Trump supporters. [S. Jersey man arrested in 'Pro-Trump', racist post-election vandalism in South Philly, Philly.com, 12-1-16]:
A 58-year-old South Jersey man has been arrested and charged with vandalizing several vehicles and homes in South Philadelphia on the day after the presidential election, police announced Thursday.
William Tucker, of the unit block of Hemmings Way in Lawnside, Camden County, has been arrested and charged in the early-morning Nov. 9 incidents on the 900 block of South Sixth Street, at the border of Bella Vista and Queen Village, police said.
On that morning, residents on the block awoke to find racist and pro-Trump graffitispray painted on their storefronts, cars and homes.
One of the damaged cars was a white SUV that had "Trump Rules" and "Black Bitch" spray-painted across it in large black letters. The 62-year-old owner of the car, who is a black woman, has said she reported the vandalism to police.
Police said that surveillance video captured a man spray painting a hood of a parked vehicle on the block about 5 a.m. that day. Several other vehicles and homes were also vandalized by the suspect, who then fled in an unknown direction, police said.
Tucker was identified after police received an anonymous call from a tipster on Nov. 11. After further investigation, he was arrested Nov. 22, police said.
What did this black guy write? The type of headline grabbing story immediately fueling eternal rage within the minds of those operating as gatekeepers in newsrooms across the nation:

Spray-painted swastikas, racist graffiti  and references to Donald Trump and Nazi Germany have appeared on a South Philadelphia storefront and elsewhere.
The graffiti was spotted at Broad and Wharton streets a day after a bitter presidential election and on the 78th anniversary of Kristallnacht (or the Night of Broken Glass) attacks on Jews in Germany in 1938. 
“That makes this singular event all the more distressing and horrifying," said Nancy Baron-Baer, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League. The ADL's full statement is here.
(Maybe now is a good time to read this: "What Does It Mean To Be Jewish in Donald Trump’s America?")
A police spokeswoman confirmed that officers were called to the 1300 block of South Broad around 10:39 a.m. Wednesday by a citizen who reported a swastika and German writing on glass. 
Video surfaced on social media that showed a worker later washing off the anti-Semitic symbols.
Mayor Kenney said in a statement today: “The acts of political and racial vandalism that occurred this morning in South Philadelphia must be condemned in the strongest possible terms. As I said in my statement to residents today, in the wake of the election, Philadelphians must work tirelessly to bridge the divides that have plagued this nation for decades. I know that many residents are planning to take part in vigils and rallies tonight and in the days ahead, and I urge you to gather respectfully and peacefully.”

"What is it you want us to do?"

   Die. Die.

Friday, December 2, 2016

White Man Hospitalized After Being Attacked by Group of Blacks in Kansas City, Missouri -- Attacked Because They Thought He Supported Donald Trump

Peace? No Peace. 

There is no truce. No way to coexist. 

Notice the manner in which the Fox-affiliate out of Kansas City, Missouri refuses to acknowledge anywhere in the article the race of the attackers/aggressors (black), abandon the inverted pyramid-style of news by burying the race of the white victim deep in the story, and absolutely bury the motive for the attack on the white victim allegedly being a Donald Trump supporter. 

Die. Die. [Man attacked at Plaza bus stop says teens asked him political question before throwing punches, Fox4KC, 11-29-16]:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- “Who did you vote for?” It’s a political question that sparked an attack, as teens targeted a man who was just waiting at a bus stop near the Country Club Plaza. 
The victim said the teens didn't like his response, so they started throwing punches.  
The attack happened this weekend at a bus stop near J.C. Nichols Parkway and Ward Parkway, which is just a stone’s throw away from a corner of Plaza. 
“I was on the Plaza and I thought it was safe, you know?” 
said victim Robert Barrentine, “The Plaza is usually a safe spot. I haven’t had any problems down there before.” 
Barrentine said he wasn't wearing anything that displayed his political affiliation. Yet for some reason, this group of six teens picked him out of the people waiting for the bus and got in his face. 
“It was only one guy that was the main instigator,” Barrentine recalled. “He came right up to me and said, ‘Who did you vote for?’” 
Barrentine's response: “‘I didn't vote for anybody,’ because I didn’t,” he said. 
But apparently that was the wrong answer. 
“I just automatically got into defensive mode,” he said, “because I knew what was coming.” 
He said the teens, both girls and guys, started punching and kicking him – sending him to the hospital with bumps, bruises and soreness. 
“It was a little bit scary,” he said, “because you don’t ever know what’s going to happen in an act of violence. 
Somebody could’ve had a knife or whatever, some weapon or something.” 
He said another person waiting for the bus called police. Soon KCPD officers arrived to chase down the teens, who Barrentine thinks targeted him because he's white. 
“I believe it`s a hate crime,” he said. “That`s all I could think of. I mean, I didn't know anybody. There was no other reason why. I mean it has to do with Trump and the election.”
Political attack or not, it's the latest in a string of crimes near the Plaza in the past few months, where a group of teens reportedly hurts or robs random people. 
“I'm concerned, wanting to make sure we're safe, and people are safe when they come down here,” said Charla Hecker, who often shops with her three children. 
Corrie Jones, another mother, agreed she is extra alert when shopping alone or with her kids. 
“I just feel like being a lady walking around the Plaza, you just have to be extra cautious sometimes,” Jones said, “especially around the holiday season. But it`s not going to discourage me from shopping on the Plaza.” 
Jones added, “We just have to take responsibility for our children and make sure that they’re making good decisions when they’re not with us.” 
As for Barrentine, he still plans to shop at the Plaza too. But he will watch his back, as he offers some advice to the teens' parents. 
“Just invest more in your children,” he said. “Be concerned with their future because people who practice this kind of stuff don’t have a future to look forward to…” 
Police were able to catch one person who allegedly beat up Barrentine. He is a 15-year-old boy who has been arrested in the past for armed robbery and another assault.
We approach the end of the American experiment, though few still dare admit the signs of its demise are all around us.

Prior to Hillary Clinton's famed denunciation of the Alt-Right, where called half of America "deplorable" and "irredeemable," only one individual on the entire Internet dared use the latter word: Paul Kersey at SBPDL. It was done to define the United States of America, an irredeemable nation whose domestic and foreign policy meant the atomization of European-descended worldwide.

And through some absolutely insane occurrence, the emergence of Donald J. Trump as President-elect is, somehow, someway, igniting some deep, atavistic racial mindset long dormant in western man (some would argue, convincingly, lulled to sleep by a sinister, nefarious conspiracy).

Were the corporate media not aligned toward only one goal - the dispossession of white people from their native lands and those they territories their ancestors long ago tamed and settled - stories such as this Mahogany Mob attack on a purported white Trump supporter in Kansas City would be nonstop front-page news.

As is, it's yet another reminder peace and coexistence was never, ever an option.


Thursday, December 1, 2016

White Navy Veterans Home Set on Fire, Vandalized with Anti-White/Anti-Trump Graffiti

Let's be honest: no white person uses the term 'cracker' when they talk about other white people. In the southern states of the United States, black people use it quite frequently to describe whites. 

File this away in your memory bank. [Veteran's home vandalized, torched, Fox13News.com, 11-30-16]:
There are lots of questions surrounding a fire that gutted a home on Johnson Street in Plant City overnight. 
Along with heavy damage, anti-Trump graffiti was sprayed on the house, inside and out. The family who lives there was spending the night with relatives, but Navy veteran Matthew Smith says his home was targeted because he is a Donald Trump supporter. 
"It's not what I expected out of America," says Smith. "It should be us figuring problems out together." 
Smith flies three flags in front of his house: the American flag, the POW flag, and the Navy flag. 
"We supported Trump from when he started running for office," says Matthew's wife Brittany. "We never made it public. We never had a sign in our backyard, so no one really knew we were pro Trump." 
But Matthew says he's been very active on Facebook, with posts supporting Trump, the Second Amendment, and other conservative causes. 
Investigators are looking into possible connections with arsonists. 
Earlier this month, anti-Trump graffiti was sprayed on two mobile homes near Mango. Investigators say someone tried to light one of them on fire. 
The Smiths, who have two young children, say times have been hard recently. They say their home is in foreclosure and they have no insurance to cover the belongings that burned. Brittany says it doesn't make sense to her.
This article above, published by a Fox affiliate, immediately questions the veracity of the family's claim of arson, leading the reader to believe the white family might have set fire to their home.

Recall the term "cracker" above. Go ahead and pull it out. [Veteran's home set on fire, vandalized, investigators find anti-Trump graffiti racial slurs on walls, ABCActionNews.com, 11-29-30]:
“The place was ransacked.  Clothes from my room, all the way to the back, just made it everywhere.   Papers, important documents thrown everywhere, just torn up.  The Christmas tree set up yesterday was knocked down and had been lit on fire.  Every piece of furniture was pretty much burned through.” 
On the walls someone wrote in spray paint the words, “cracker, F- Trump, not my prez, and F- yo kids.” 
“Definitely scary,” Smith said.   
Smith said he made a lot of pro-Trump posts on Facebook, but never put any signs supporting Trump in his yard.   He couldn’t even begin to try and understand who would do something like this to his home.  He felt that whoever destroyed his home were just copying other anti-Trump protesters from across the country. 
“It's been several months now where there's protesters breaking the law, damaging property, destroying cities,” Smith said.  “And, ‘oh just let them do it’ and that's not how it should have gone down.   If you are breaking the law you should go to jail.   That's it.”
This guy gets it.

In the next few days, black people will be arrested for this heinous crime, because no white person even knows what a "cracker" is anymore.

Peace? No peace.


Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Has the Burning of the Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Mississippi (With "Vote Trump" Written on it) Been Deemed a Hoax Yet?

It's amazing how so many of the acts of intimidation/violence/harassment by Trump supporters against non-whites/Muslims have been quickly proven to be hoaxes (instantly promoted as fact by the corporate media, perpetrated to provoke hatred against Trump supporters) in the wake of Donald Trump's November 8 victory. 
An obvious hoax, perpetrated to engineer hatred against Trump supporters and ensure a victory for Hillary... it failed


The most egregious is one down in Gwinnett County, Georgia, where a Muslim teacher named Mairah Teli instantly became a national source of sympathy for a note she discovered on her desk which she obviously wrote herself. If she is still employed by Dacula High School today, it's a reminder of just deep the rot goes in our nation (and why I'm still convinced Hillary Clinton's campaign stole the concept of 'irredeemable' from this site). 

The incredible amount of hoaxes nationwide, eagerly reported and disseminated by a corporate media completely aligned against the interests of white Americans, provide an abundance of evidence as to just how clearly Trump supporters are hated. 

Truce? Coexist? Peace? No peace

Few people are willing to understand the truth behind this one scene from Independence Day, where the stated goal of the alien invaders is anything but peaceful and coexistence is a possibility entertained by only one side. 

Which is why the question must be asked about an incident that garnered international news just days before the November 8 election: the burning of a black church in 76 percent black Greenville, Mississippi (with 'Vote Trump' spray-painted on the side of the building) on November 1, an act of "arson" instantaneously promoted by the corporate media as a warning of the darkness about to engulf the nation if Trump were to win. 

The only problem is the act of "arson" is, like the action of Mairah Teli, obviously a hoax designed to enrage white liberals nationwide and shame white conservatives into compliance (of their continued, targeted demise). 

Only one, brief story has been published post-Trump's election on the burning of the black church.[Mississippi church arson: No sign of accelerant found, The Clay Center Dispatch, 11-15, 16]:
A fire chief says the burning of an African-American church in Mississippi is still considered arson, but the state Crime Lab determined that no accelerant was found on items it tested from the church.   
Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville burned Nov. 1, and "Vote Trump" was spray painted on the side of the building. 
Greenville Fire Chief Ruben Brown tells the Delta Democrat-Times (http://bit.ly/2eXxiP6 ) that the fire could have been set by paper, clothing or direct flame contact. Brown did not return calls to The Associated Press. 
Brown says an investigation continues. No arrests have been made. 
Greenville is a Mississippi River port city of about 32,100 people, and about 78 percent of its residents are African-American. 
The FBI opened a civil-rights investigation into the fire.
Whoever set the fire at this church failed in their mission to create enough anti-Trump sentiment nationwide to ensure he was defeated only seven days later. The mere fact the FBI and local police have yet to locate a suspect in a highly charged 'racial' incident is proof the burning of the Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville (with "Vote Trump" spray painted on the side of the charred ruins) is nothing more than a hoax designed to engineer maximum anti-Trump sympathies. 

In about a month, the suspect (probably a black member of the church) will be arrest and the story will forever disappear.  

It was never, ever about coexisting. There was never a possibility of a truce. Peace, a fools hope, was sadly not an option.