Monday, August 3, 2015

I'm Sorry... The Cancer is Inoperable

#EndViolenceSTL

Please. 

Pretty please. 

Pretty, pretty, pretty please. 

With sugar on top. 

Just, please #EndViolenceSTL

In a city where violence is largely contained to areas with extreme concentrations of blacks (as opposed to areas with extreme concentrations of whiteness overflowing with social capital, high property values, and unlocked front doors), it falls upon the sunburned shoulders of a white man to sit on a billboard until the city could go one week without a homicide. [Billboard sitter ends vigil as St. Louis notches another murder, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, August 3, 2015]:
Daniel "Boone" Fuller was looking forward to climbing off his billboard until he got word from a reporter Sunday of yet another St. Louis homicide. 
Fuller, 50, vowed early last month to remain on a billboard trailer, parked at an empty lot at Washington Avenue and North Sarah Street, until the city went without a murder for seven straight days. 
Fuller ended his vigil on Sunday anyway—even though the city hadn't quite gone a full seven days without a homicide. He said he had made his point and wouldn't quibble over a few hours.   
He had been sleeping on a hammock in the heat, and using a portable toilet during his campaign to bring attention to "all the killing going on." 
On Sunday morning, Fuller was on local Fox affiliate KTVI (Channel 2) celebrating the fact that the city was just hours away from marking a murder-free week. 
His attitude changed when a Post-Dispatch reporter asked about an apparent homicide Sunday morning on Semple Avenue. 
His reaction was captured on video.
In a sane society, it would be nearly impossible for this one story to be topped by any other news item unless you lived in a "nation" hurriedly building its own funeral pyre. 

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Marching Against Violence is so Yesterday. Let's Bike Against Violence!

Though the movie is undeniably flawed (starting with the casting of George Clooney), Disney's Tomorrowland is a modern classic.

Directed by Pixar alumni Brad Bird, Tomorrowland - like 2014's Interstellar - has a consistent theme running throughout the movie: that something is seriously wrong with modernity, though no one can quite put a finger on the problem which, if left unchecked, will only jeopardize the future for everyone.

The most striking scene of Tomorrowland is seeing a glimpse into the future as the launch pad at Cape Canaveral is slowly deconstructed piece by piece, and the hope for exploring the heavens becomes a dream of the past.

In essence, the future ain't what it used to be...

What exactly could be hindering the future from becoming today? Oh... [300 Men March bikes across city to call for an end to violence, Baltimore Sun, August 2, 2015]:
A group known for cross-city marches on foot took to bicycles Saturday to protest a recent surge in violence, as the number of homicides in Baltimore has risen to a level not seen in decades. 
The 300 Men March, which has held several 10-mile marches along the stretch of North Avenue and back, for the first time rode bikes to promote the message also printed on their black T-shirts: "We must stop killing each other." 
The west-to-east Baltimore bike ride took place after 45 people were killed in July, tying a monthly record set in August 1972, when the city had about 275,000 more residents. "All these incidents are hurting the morale of the city," said Munir Bahar, organizer of the 300 Men March. 
"Right now it's so desperate, we have to have conversations just about hope. It seems as if a lot of people have given up hope." 
The group started their ride at Frederick Douglass High School, near Mondawmin Mall, where rioting first broke out in April after the death of Freddie Gray. The 25-year-old suffered a severe spinal cord injury while in police custody. 
They cycled to East Baltimore, which has seen much of the violence this year. The group typically stops to talk to young men along the routes they march to encourage them to give up a life of violence, but Bahar said they planned to "keep it moving" for this event. 
About 50 men, young and old, gathered in the Frederick Douglass parking lot to start the bike ride, pumping up flat tires and drinking Gatorade. Nathan Thomas, 17, said the recent spike in violence has left many young people scared to go about their daily activities. 
"It's a lot of fear to even go outside," he said. "Bullets are getting flung around." 
The teen said he shared information about the bike ride with his friends on Twitter and Instagram and got several of them interested in participating. 
"Baltimore can be known as a place not just for violence and killings," he said. 
"This bike ride is really going to help." This year 190 people have been killed in Baltimore, with much of the violence coming after Gray's death. 
The city recorded 42 homicides in May and 29 in June. Six police officers have been charged in Gray's arrest and death and are scheduled to face trial in October. All of them have pleaded not guilty. 
Charlene Rock-Foster, 48, participated in the bike ride after attending a 300 Men March last month. 
"Ever since the uprising in April, I've thought that in our city, we are in need of unity," she said, straddling a Titan Trailblazer bike. "With the recent rash of killings, we have to do a better job of getting our views across."
When Jim Crow kept Baltimore's majority white population safe from the violence of the growing minority racial group ( the same plague currently feasting on the every day dysfunction of the [now] majority black population, requiring marches for peace on an almost monthly basis now), the United States of America was on the verge of sending men to the moon.

This was the 1960s, when the world of Jim Crow was overturned. And though it was defeated, the stunning denouement to this civilization was two white men walking on the moon on July 20, 1969.

All the post-Jim Crow world of Baltimore has given us is the first empty stadium game in Major League Baseball history, a perfect symbol for why this system of government was once enacted to keep the civilization whites created intact.

The world of tomorrow never came, precisely because our leaders decided to bet the future on the proposition "all men are actually created equal..."

But the inequality of men continues to be on embarrassing display in now 65% black Baltimore, a city where black people find it necessary to not only march against violence, but now ride their bikes in hopes of convincing black people to put down their guns and hug it out.

If we stay on present course, the world of tomorrow for all of America looks an awful lot like 2015 Baltimore, where elected officials dance at circuses and 'responsible' adults march (or bike) against violence.

It's becoming increasingly clear this isn't going to be the future, though.


Saturday, August 1, 2015

“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.”

The so-called "cuckservatives" will use this story to drive hits to their sites, laughing at the gullibility of those who read the site; we know this story represents something more along the lines of, "It was not preached to the crowd/It was not taught by the state/No man spoke it aloud..." [Jessica Byrnes Facial Repair Fund, GoFundMe]:
Jessica was a victim of a brutal attack on July 26, 2015, after a fun afternoon of swimming turned awry.  While sitting in her boyfriend's car, with the window down at a convenience store in Blanchard, Louisiana, Jessica and her boyfriend were harassed and attacked  by 4 or 5 black males.
Jessica Byrnes: a name you weren't supposed to hear, from an incident that never, ever happened...
After her boyfriend was able to escape their attack, the one wearing the red t-shirt threw a brass pipe through the passenger's window. It flew across the front of Jessica face breaking and damaging 12 of her front teeth. Half her top lip was ripped from her face and her lower lip endured a deep gash from one of her teeth that were knocked out. Store video surveillance  Jessica is going to need at least 4 tooth implants, maybe 6.  Implants are $2000/each. Additonally, this incident is temporarily preventing Jessica from earning a living to support herself.   
Thankfully, she does have medical and dental insurance. But insurance will not cover all the expenses she will incur to repair her face and teeth. 
"It was not suddently bred... It will not swiftly abate..."

This is something the "cuckservatives" will never, ever understand. 

Because, in the end, what Kipling wrote about in The Wrath of the Awakened Saxon will be largely directed at them. 


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Friday, July 31, 2015

In an America without Whites, How Long Until a Collapse? 65% Black Baltimore Ties Deadliest Month Ever with 45 Homicides

Before we start, a quick history lesson. [Census data show segregation goes on, Baltimore Sun, July 7, 1991]:
Racial makeup changes 
The most significant change in the Baltimore area's racial makeup since 1970 has been the 25 percent growth in the black population. By contrast, the white population has only increased by 7 percent in the same period. 
But it was not black population growth that transformed Baltimore from a majority-white city (46.4 percent black in 1970) to a majority-black one (59.2 percent in 1990). The city's black population edged up a scant 3.7 percent in two decades. 
Instead, white population decline -- a drop of more than 190,000 residents, or about 40 percent -- changed the city. The white withdrawal, due to deaths and migration, was nearly twice as fast in the 1970s as in the 1980s.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled program. [ City ties deadliest month with 45th homicide, Baltimore Sun, July 31, 2015]:
 Baltimore Detective Roderick Mitter was at his desk at the police station when he got a call from his mother telling him a family member had been shot. 
Within minutes, the 10-year veteran was at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where his 18-year-old nephew, Jermaine Mitter, was pronounced dead Thursday. "I was telling somebody yesterday, 'You get numb to it. It's just work,'" the detective said Friday of the violence he regularly sees on the job. 
But with family, he said, "It's totally different. I wasn't just Roderick the police officer. I was someone who lost someone." 
Jermaine Mitter was among 45 people killed in July, the deadliest month in the city in at least 45 years. July's total surpassed the 42 homicides in May and tied the previous record monthly homicide count in August 1972, when the city had about 275,000 more residents. 
As the month drew to a close Friday, police also announced the death of Donte Dixon, 29, a popular local rapper known as "G-Rock," who was shot Thursday night in the 4500 block of Edmondson Ave. 
Police have not announced arrests in either case. City violence has surged since the April 19 death of Freddie Gray. The 25-year-old died after suffering a severe spinal cord injury while in police custody. Six officers involved with his arrest and transport have been charged and are scheduled for trial in October. 
All have pleaded not guilty. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake fired Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts in early July, and immediately replaced him with interim Commissioner Kevin Davis. 
She has praised Davis' leadership, calling the department's recent response to the violence "more nimble" after it announced several arrests this week. 
The mayor has begun holding regular public safety forums, and is planning an anti-crime walk Monday at the AME Zion Church on Pennsylvania Avenue. 
Detective Mitter said when he arrived at the hospital Thursday, he believed his younger brother, Jermaine Mitter Sr., had been shot. "I was kind of in pieces at that point," Mitter said. "I told my partner I had to call my mother," and he broke the news to her.
Baltimore was 54 percent white in 1970, when the city had 275,000 more residents; now, Baltimore is only 26 percent white and is roughly 65 percent black.

Do you understand now what a world devoid of the white man looks like?

Where a world completely dominated by a democratically elected black power structure exists?

We call this Baltimore.

Most normal people would call the conditions collectively created by individual black people, and governed by almost entirely democratically-elected black people, hell.

Hell.