Saturday, July 21, 2018

His Name is Christian Broder: White Man from Washington D.C. Murdered by 17-Year-Old Black Teen at Exclusive Country Club in Atlanta

At one of the nicest country clubs in Atlanta (near Buckhead, an overwhelmingly white area of Fulton County the largely black police force of Atlanta have decided to no longer dispatch cops when shoplifting occurs at small businesses), a white man from Washington D.C. was just murdered by a 17-year-old black man. [DC restaurant manager dies after robbery, shooting in Atlanta,, July 21, 2018]:
WASHINGTON — Christian Broder, the general manager of Millie’s in D.C., has died according to a GoFundMe page that was set up by his friends and family. 
Rest in peace, Christian Broder
Broder was shot while waiting for an Uber with three others after attending a country club wedding on July 8 in Atlanta. 
The group mistook a car that had pulled up as their ride. Instead, the group was robbed and Broder wound up being shot in the abdomen. 
Jayden Myrick, 17, was arrested by the Atlanta Police Department and faces a slew of charges in connection with the crime. 
The GoFundMe page that was set up to support Broder’s medical costs posted an update on Saturday mourning his passing.  
Just another black Atlanta resident working hard to confirm stereotypes
“We are heartbroken to share that last night Christian passed away. He was comfortable with Molly by his side and surrounded by loved ones. We are so grateful for your love and support over the last two weeks as Christian fought so hard,” The page now reads. 
Broder had been listed in critical condition since the shooting.
Black on white homicides aren't worth mentioning in local or national news, reserved for discussion only on web sites deemed offensive, bigoted, and intolerant for daring to point out unfortunate patterns in criminality we all know represent reality, but must be deemed fiction to keep the equality illusion alive.

Friday, July 20, 2018

His Name is Sean Schellenger: Philadelphia NAACP Trying to Downplay the Murder of White Former Penn State Quarterback by Black Male

A black male murdered a white male - a former quarterback at Penn State - in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia NAACP is doing everything possible to explain away the racial aspect of the homicide.[Race an issue in fatal Rittenhouse Square stabbing, The Philadelphia Tribune, 7-20-18]:
Local NAACP President Minister Rodney Muhammad is among those supporters speaking for Michael White’s family in the recent fatal stabbing of real estate developer Sean M. Schellenger in Rittenhouse Square. 
Muhammad has been attacked by some who have suggested he and others are injecting race into an issue where it does not belong. 
The Philadelphia NAACP working overtime to paint the white murder victim as the villain and the black murderer as the real victim. 
Schellenger, the victim is white; White, the suspect is Black. 
“We are talking because we want to make sure that race and class don’t overpower the truth and due process for Michael White.” he said. “This is a tragedy. But so far the coverage of it has seen people talking about how wonderful a person Sean Shellenger was because he was trying to help rebuild the inner city. That’s commendable. And it sends the message, “why would somebody want to kill him?” 
We want people to know that Michael White is also a very good person.” 
Local radio broadcaster Denise Clay first heard about the tragic stabbing death of Schellenger on two separate local newscasts. However, she had to do a double take because each broadcast, on different stations, described the alleged murder so differently. 
“In one story, Michael White was a student who turned himself in to police,” said Clay, a co-host on Mark and Denise in the Mornings on WWDB-AM. “In the other, he was a suspect.” 
White is a 20-year-old African American poet, recent college student, who was working as a bicycle courier eight days ago, who is now accused of stabbing Schellenger, 37, a former college football player who has been described as a rising star developer in the city. 
In a city experiencing a spike in homicides for a second-consecutive year, this would seem like just another unfortunate homicide. 
Since Clay first heard about the incident that occurred on July 12 just before 11 p.m. at 17th and Chancellor streets, she said the media coverage has been mostly even other than the news accounts she initially heard. 
Clay is keeping an eye on the high-profile case in which the story is murky – both sides maintain that the other was the aggressor – and being mindful of the role that coverage slanted one way or the other could make assembling an unbiased jury difficult. White will make his first appearance in court the morning of Aug. 1
“How this is covered in the media is going to play a big part in what that jury looks like and what it does once it is selected,” Clay said. “If you go in there thinking that you are dealing with two people of equal value, a developer and a college student, you have a better shot of getting a fair verdict than if you go in there and you are dealing with two people of unequal value — a developer and some kid off the street, or some thug.”
While noting the differences in White’s portrayal by the two televisions stations, Clay pointed out journalists of color have an obligation to not give into biases they may have. 
“We are going to have to resist looking at Michael White and seeing a little brother, nephew, or our best friend’s son – we can’t root for him,” she said. “If you root for him in the privacy of your own home that’s one thing. But you can’t root for him on the pages of your newspaper or as part of your television coverage.” 
Most homicides across the United States, no matter where they take place, overwhelmingly involve people who live near one another, share the same race and usually the same socio-economic status. While most of this is not true with White and Shellenger, one commonality is that both have had previous run-ins with the law. 
In August of 2001, Schellenger was charged in Chester County with burglary, resisting arrest, criminal trespassing, and theft; the final settlement of that case was unavailable. In 2008, he was charged in Okaloosa County, Fla., with battery and resisting detention but the charges were dropped. In 2009, he was found guilty of disorderly conduct in Chester County. 
White was charged with possession of marijuana, theft, receiving stolen property, possession of an instrument of crime with intent to employ it criminally, and conspiracy last November. 
As a result, this past January he was ordered to pay fines and complete community service. 
But it is the differences, more than anything else, that have caused this case to be peculiar to people such as Temple professor Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve. 
A scholar of race, law and criminal justice, Van Cleve calls the case an “outlier” because it crosses so many preconceptions that people have about race and class in a city that is ethnically diverse, highly segregated and crushed by poverty. 
“It’s a situation where the race of the defendant can inflame people that have prejudices about an entire race of people,” Van Cleve said. “If you see Black and Brown people as being more prone to violence but do not see the circumstances in which Black and Latino people live you can fall into the dangerous trap of associating one act with an entire race, which is problematic.” 
Conflicting accounts have emerged. 
Greg Thompson, a spokesman for White’s family, maintains that Schellenger was the aggressor; that he tackled White at some point and that White was acting in self defense. 
Thompson has said Schellenger and two other friends with him, Uri Jacobson and Norris Jordan, were drunk, a claim that has been denied. Police say that White injected himself into an already-started argument at 17th and Chancellor streets and a fight between the two ensued. 
It’s alleged White pulled a knife from his backpack and stabbed Schellenger in the back. Shortly thereafter, Shellenger was transported to nearby Thomas Jefferson Hospital, where he died. 
“With this case I hope people will pause and see the tragedy that is happening on both sides,” Van Cleve said. “There are such outliers in this case. The person charged here seemed to be doing the right things with his life – working, poetry, going to college to improve himself. Something had to happen that really provoked him. We just don’t know what.”
None of the aforementioned story matters in the end. Sean Schellenger is dead, just another white man murdered by a black man in the USA.

Well, one important point from the story does matter: the black racial advocacy group the NAACP is committed to defending the black murderer and doing whatever is necessary to paint the white victim as the aggressor and villain in the story.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Airbnb Works Perfectly, Until You Run Out of White People... New Study Confirms Black and Brown Communities Not Exactly Hotspots for Airbnb Rentals

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Western civilization works, until you run out of white people. 

Airbnb works perfectly, until you run out of white people in a community. [Airbnb provides bigger economic boost for white neighborhoods, study finds, Baltimore Sun, July 11, 2018]:

Airbnb rentals help local economies by driving restaurant traffic and employment in a handful of U.S. cities, but not in predominantly black or Hispanic neighborhoods, according to a study from Purdue University. 
New study confirms: civilization in the United States is thriving in communities free of black and brown people
The findings run counter to Airbnb’s longtime assertion that home hosting helps “diverse” neighborhoods by bringing tourists to areas of a city where hotels and other lodging options aren’t as plentiful. But Airbnb calls the study “deeply flawed.” 
Researchers at Purdue first examined a possible link between Airbnb and an improvement in local restaurants in New York City, the most-visited city in the U.S. They looked at data from Airbnb’s inception in 2008 through 2015 and found that if Airbnb activity, measured through Yelp visitor reviews of Airbnb stays, increases by 2 percent in a given neighborhood, restaurant employment there rises by about 3 percent. The study used government data for 2005-2015 to track employment numbers. 
The study was then expanded to observe trends in Chicago as well as Austin, Texas; Portland, Ore.; San Francisco; and Los Angeles. In Chicago, researchers found that Airbnb activity had a “positive, but not a statistically significant effect” on local restaurant employment, according to Mohammad Saifur Rahman of Purdue’s Krannert School of Management, one of the study’s authors. The impact was similar in San Francisco. 
And in Los Angeles, Airbnb activity did have a positive effect on restaurant hiring in predominately white and Hispanic neighborhoods, but not in predominantly black neighborhoods. The study found that the New York City trend held true in Austin and Portland. 
“I wish I could say that I was very surprised, but I was sadly not very surprised,” Rahman said of the discrepancies between neighborhoods. “We know that we have these tendencies.” 
In a statement, Airbnb took issue with the study’s methodology and underscored its belief that a rise in home-sharing hosts helps neighborhoods, no matter the racial makeup. 
“Using a subjective and voluntary input like Yelp reviews to draw conclusions in what purports to be a rigorous analysis is wrong and this study is deeply flawed,” spokesman Nick Papas said. 
In Chicago, Papas said, Airbnb guest counts surged 70 percent last year on the South Side. There are about 700 hosts on the South Side of Chicago, he said. The city had about 4,500 hosts citywide as of February. 
The fastest-growing areas in the city for Airbnb include Armour Square, North Lawndale, Bridgeport and Woodlawn, Papas said. Of those, only North Lawndale and Woodlawn are majority-black communities, and none has a Hispanic majority.
The free market in housing rentals once again helps illustrate why Jim Crow and restrictive covenants long ago existed: to protect white property owners from the consequences of Africans in America.

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Her Name is Elvia Fragstein: 72-year-old White Woman Kidnapped and Murdered by Two Black Teenagers in Arkansas

This story won't go viral in the mainstream/corporate media.

It doesn't even white women calling the police on suspicious looking black people or managers of a CVS or Starbuck's calling the police on uncooperative black people.

In essence: it can't be used to induce collective white guilt upon individual whites reading the story of an unnecessarily aggrieved black person merely trying to sit in a Starbuck's, enter a community swimming pool, or use a coupon of questionable origin at a CVS.

The life and death of Elvia Fragstein will be confined to local news stories and a few websites designated for total censorship by tech companies increasingly engaging in totalitarian methods to stop white Americans from learning the truth about the grand civil rights experiment (hint: it's failed). [16-year-old, 18-year-old charged with capital murder in Elvia Fragstein case: 16-year-old Robert Lee Smith Jr. and 18-year-old Tacori D. Mackrell are both being charged as adults with kidnapping, theft of property and capital murder.,, July 18, 2018]:

The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office made two arrests in connection to the Elvia Fragstein case.  
16-year-old Robert Lee Smith Jr. and 18-year-old Tacori D Mackrell are both being charged as adults with kidnapping, theft of property and capital murder. 
Mackrell has been in custody since Friday, July 14, on unrelated burglary and domestic battery charges. 
Fragstein was last seen at a TJ Maxx in Conway on July 7, though her body was found four days later in Jefferson County.  
Authorities believe Fragstein was abducted by force outside the TJ Maxx store located at Conway Commons. Investigators said she checked out at 3:42 p.m. and walked out of the store. Surveillance cameras then captured her car speeding through the parking lot. 
"You reap what you sow. And, unfortunately, I hate that she had to lose her life like that. But it's just crazy how people act nowadays. I knew her, close, and it's was kinda crazy just to see her life being taken like that. Like, it's just hard to believe still," Darshan Nichols, a TJ Maxx employee, said.  
Her car, a 2013 Honda CR-V with the license plate 453-TGO was found burned and dismantled near Lake Pine Bluff on July 17. 
Smith and Mackrell are currently in Jefferson County awaiting transport back to Faulkner County. They will be held in the Faulkner County Detention Center awaiting a court date.  
"At such a young age, that you would do something like that, like jeopardize your whole life just to take somebody else's life away. That's just sickening to me," Nichols said.  
While the Faulkner County Sheriff's Office has taken the lead on the case, investigators continue to work closely with the 20th Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney's Office, Conway Police Department and Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.
Go ahead and return to reading about innocent black people being questioned by whites nationwide, as we return you to your regularly scheduled inculcation session of white guilt.