Friday, July 22, 2016

Roaming Barbecues to "Stop the Violence" in 80% Black Selma represent the Proof Our Ancestors Knew the Truth about Africans in America

A few years ago, I journeyed to Selma, Alabama so I could walk across the famed Edmund Pettus Bridge. You can watch me cross the bridge here

What exists in Selma isn't the promised Shagri-La that black people would create once the boot of Jim Crow came off their necks, but an environment eerily reminiscent of precisely why white people long ago established Mr. Crow to protect their posterity from Africans in America. 

Which is why in the now 80 percent black city, 

[Barbecuing to Stop Violence in Selma,, July 15, 2016]:

For Tamalyn Whatley, living in Selma, Alabama, violence is always nearby. 
“It’s an everyday thing,“ the 24-year-old explains as she plays with her youngest son in the front yard of family’s her home. 
“I see it and deal with it.” 
She grew up in this house, where she lives now. It’s also where her mom was shot and killed this past December. 
It was an otherwise normal day, Whatley says. She and her mother ran errands and fixed a leaky kitchen sink. In the afternoon, they went out into the front yard, when suddenly five shots rang out. Her mother was shot in the back. 
Whatley didn’t call the police or an ambulance. She doesn’t trust them to come quickly enough. Instead, she drove her mom to the hospital, where her mother died later that evening. 
After her mom died, Whatley couldn’t sleep. Despite being seven months pregnant, she couldn’t eat. 
“I made myself sick off of it,” Whatley says as she starts to cry. “I lost 20 pounds in one week of it, and when I had my baby he was underweight.” 
The effects of the shooting have stayed with her four-year-old son LJ too. 
“One day, I was driving and he said, ‘Ma, I just want to be dead,’” Whatley remembers. “I had to stop my car. I said, ‘No, LJ, you don’t want to die right now; it’s not time for you to die right now. I told you, your grandmother will be with you all the time in spirit.’” 
Selma, Alabama is a small city with a population of just under 20,000. News of Whatley’s mother’s murder traveled quickly. Soon, Whatley got a message from a woman named Hatwatha Mcghee, better known as Lady Watha. 
Lady Watha is a well-known deejay and club promoter in Selma. She was concerned about Whatley and the escalating violence in the city. 
The city has had an unusually deadly year. There have already been eight murders, five of which happened this spring within less than a month. 
So Lady Watha decided, “If I can pack a club, I can pack an event to stop the violence.” 
Lady Watha started throwing a series of roving barbecues in Selma’s neighborhoods this spring. This was as the murder rate climbed. 
Men in their 20s and 30s stand next to little boys in polo shirts and little girls in jelly sandals at a small park downtown. They chant “Stop the violence!” as cars pass by. They hold up pieces of neon poster paper containing handwritten slogans like “I am my brother’s keeper.” 
About 20 guys walk around in red and blue t-shirts that say “Big Brotherz from the Hood.” This was another idea of Lady Watha’s. She wanted to get men from each neighborhood to come hang out at the barbecues. Some are former gang members or have been to prison. She hoped they would maybe counsel the younger generation about how guns and gangs are not the answer. 
Nat Moore, 29, better known as Nat T, says violence has affected every person he knows in Selma:
“I’m talking about people that raised us, people that we looked up to, that we hung out with everyday.” He explains some are in prison, some have been shot, and some are dead. “People that we shared clothes with, that we shot ball with, rode bikes with. These are our people, so who better to do it for our people.” 
Moore has two young daughters, and he doesn’t want them to grow up in a city rife with poverty and violence. 
Organizers say they’re trying to do their part, but they can’t do it alone. Some in this majority-black city feel abandoned by the police. Whatley feels the police are simply scared of certain black neighborhoods. They have been invited to these BBQs, but so far only one off-duty officer has shown up. 
John Brock has been on the police force in Selma for 30 years and Chief for almost a year. He is white and says he needs people in the black community to talk to the police when a shooting happens. But Brock also understands the community’s frustration and fear. 
“How can you come up to a police officer and find out what’s going on or talk to him, when every time you have seen the police in your family, something bad has happened?” Brock explains. “We have to break that cycle a little bit, we have to try to break that cycle.” 
Brock says his force is understaffed. He’s heard of Lady Watha’s group, and he hopes that it isn’t just a summer thing and they stick around. 
Lady Watha says she’ll be here, and she hopes the police will join them. 
“I have been needing the police to come in,” Lady Watha explains. She is adamant she will continue to hold these community events as long as the violence continues. 
“I‘m going to go with Stop the Violence until I can see more change. I will go with Stop the Violence until the death of me, if I have to, ’cause we can find a cure for violence.” 
Right now, Lady Watha says, the best cure she can think of is to rebuild a sense of community, one barbecue at a time.
In a span of less than a month earlier this year, five blacks were murdered by other blacks. An exasperated Lt. Sam Miller noted no one in the black community truly seems to believe Black Lives Matter  (in the now majority black city where every last ounce of white guilt is squeezed out on a yearly basis), when he told the Selma Times-Journal, "what's frustrating is no one in the community wants to come forward and tell us anything."

We owe our ancestors a deep apology, for they warned us what would happen once we removed the safeguards they put in place to protect white civilizations from the deleterious effects of Africans in America. 

Look only upon Selma, Alabama - the fabled city our enemies pilgrimage to on a yearly basis, ensuring the white guilt tax is paid in full - for the empirical proof our ancestors were right and those peddling the civilization-nullifying ideology of colorblindness are entirely wrong. 

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Trump: "I Am the Candidate of Law and Order"... Meanwhile, Mothers of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown to Headline Democratic Convention

What did you think of Trump's speech? 

Law and order sounds pretty good, right? 

Meanwhile, next week in Philadelphia... [With NAACP Speech, Hillary Goes Full “Black Lives Matter, White Lives Don’t”—And Her Convention Will Be Worse (Better), July 19, 2016]:
 An entire day at the Democrat Convention next week in Philadelphia is being dedicated to allowing black mothers of would-be cop killers the chance to address the nation on behalf of their dead black sons: 
Tuesday: A Lifetime Of Fighting For Children And Families 
Featuring President Bill Clinton and Mothers of the Movement 
Gavel time expected at 4:00 p.m. 
Tuesday will feature the roll call vote and how Hillary Clinton has spent her entire career working to make a difference for children, families and our country. The Mothers of the Movement participating include Gwen Carr, mother of Eric Garner; Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin; Maria Hamilton, mother of DontrĂ© Hamilton; Lucia McBath, mother of Jordan Davis; Lezley McSpadden, mother of Michael Brown; Cleopatra Pendleton-Cowley, mother of Hadiya Pendleton; Geneva Reed-Veal, mother of Sandra Bland. [What To Expect At The Democratic Convention, NPR, by Daniel Kurtzleben, July 15, 2016]

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

His Name is Capt. Robert Melton: Another White Cop Gunned Down by Blacks (Jamaal and Daqon)... this Time in Kansas City, Kansas

Perhaps they were motivated by the abolitionist spirit still haunting Kansas?

After all, President Obama merely compared Black Lives Matter (BLM) to those saintly abolitionists whose contributions to the American experiment turned out so well in Detroit, Memphis, Baltimore, Newark, Camden, Gary, and Rochester...
All they did was kill a white cop... isn't that what the media, academia and the Obama Administration is encouraging blacks to do? Won't that finally rid America of "implicit bias"? 


Well, not really.

But that's not the point.

The point is, yet another white cop has been murdered ("executed" is perhaps a better term, though not quite an officially state-sanctioned execution yet) by a black person. In this case, it was two black people. [Suspected gunmen identified in killing of veteran KCK police captain,, July 20, 2016]:

Two men are being held in connection with the fatal shooting of a Kansas City, KS police captain, KCTV5 has learned. 
Prosecutor Jerry Gorman says Jamaal Lewis and Daqon Sipple, the men in jail in connection with Capt. Robert Melton’s death, may not be charged until Thursday. Police say they are not looking for any other suspects at this time. 
Lewis, 20, was booked late Tuesday night in Wyandotte County jail on first-degree murder. Sipple, 18, was booked hours earlier on aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer and use of a deadly weapon. 
KCTV5 spoke to Clarette Monroe, the mother of Lewis. 
She says don’t rush to judgement yet. 
“He’s not a bad kid,” Monroe said. “He’s hanging out with a rough crowd. He has no record and has never been arrested. People should not rush to judgment. Don’t do that.” 
Jalelisa Sipple, the sister of Daqon Sipple, also spoke to KCTV5. She echoed Monroe's comments.  
"The only thing I want people to know is that the picture that's being painted is not actually him," she said. "Which is what most people know, everybody that knows him knows that he's not that kind of kid?" 
KCTV5 examined Lewis’ and Sipple’s backgrounds. Searches in Kansas and Missouri revealed backgrounds. However, juvenile records are sealed.   
Police said there was a drive-by shooting at Second Street and Edgerton Road about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and officers responded. Melton found both the suspects at 22nd Street and Haskell Avenue about 2 p.m. 
Before Melton could get out of his vehicle, someone opened fire through his window, hitting Melton several times, Zeigler said. 
Melton, 46, was taken to the University of Kansas Hospital. Paramedics tried to resuscitate him the whole way there. He was pronounced dead a little before 3 p.m.
Jamaal and Daqon "didn't do nothing," according to their family members.  They just killed a white cop, that's all.

And isn't that what Black Lives Matter seems to be agitating for?


Tuesday, July 19, 2016

DNC Goes All-In on Black Lives Matter

The latest PK at VDare. [With NAACP Speech, Hillary Goes Full “Black Lives Matter, White Lives Don’t”—And Her Convention Will Be Worse (Better), July 19, 2016]:
Only a day after another black radical—this time a member of the Nation of Islam—opened fire on white police in Baton Rouge (killing two white officers and one black officer, injuring multiple other white officers), the presumptive nominee for the Democrat Party has doubled down on the idea that racist white police are still out there hunting innocent black people.
The DNC Convention is going to be nothing short of hilarious...
Honestly, it’s hard to even keep a straight-face when reading what Hillary Clinton just told the NAACP National Convention in Cincinnati: that she will personally not stop leading a crusade against police “until we root out implicit bias and stop the killings of African Americans.”
I don't want to ruin the surprise, so please read the rest of the PK piece at there (but be sure to share it far and wide!!). 

Let's just say the Democrat Convention next week in Philadelphia is truly going to be The Planet of Apes.