Thursday, March 26, 2015

"New Orleans is New Orleans. We love it, but we understand where we live."

"The Lord said, “If I find fifty righteous people in the city of Sodom, I will spare the whole place for their sake.” -- Genesis 18:26

The Lower 9th Ward is America's version of Sodom, and God's judgement fell upon this area of New Orleans in 2005. 

Almost ten years later, a white father of three found himself delivering a pizza to an address in the Lower 9th Ward. 
36-year-old Michael Price, with his three children. Carrying less than $20, he was delivering a pizza in 95 percent black Lower 9th Ward in New Orleans, where his body was discovered "riddled with bullets."

And for the second time in six months, a white pizza deliveryman was murdered by blacks. [Domino's delivery driver slain in Lower 9th was husband, father of 3 young children,, 3-24-15]:
The Domino's Pizza delivery driver shot to death inside his car early Tuesday morning (March 24) in the Lower 9th Ward has been identified by company officials as Michael Price. 
The 36-year-old husband and father of three young children, ages 8, 6 and 2, lived in the Lower 9th and was on his way to make a delivery when he was murdered, said Robert Tedesco, regional vice president for local Domino's franchisee RPM Pizza LLC, which operates the Franklin Avenue Domino's where Price worked for the last year or so. 
"He was an exemplary team member," Tedesco said. "He always came to work smiling, doing what we asked him to do. He didn't get to come home this time, and that's a tragedy." 
New Orleans police found Price's bullet-riddled body shortly before 1 a.m. in the 6100 block of North Roman Street. He was pronounced dead at the scene. 
Detectives are working to identify suspects and a possible motive, saidNOPD spokesman Tyler Gamble. Per company policy, Price had no more than $20 on him when he left for the delivery, Tedesco said. He had not completed the delivery when he was killed, Tedesco said, adding that the delivery destination was not far from where he was found. 
"He was close to where he needed to be," Tedesco said. 
Private counseling was being scheduled for colleagues at Price's store, 1120 Franklin Ave., which remained open Tuesday. Half of all proceeds from sales made at the store, through Sunday night, will be donated to the family, Tedesco said. 
"We will walk (his family) through this process, as difficult as it is," Tedesco said. 
"We'll be the support system, not just today and tomorrow." 
The company has also offered a $7,500 reward for any information leading to an arrest and conviction in Price's murder. 
"There's a killer on the loose," RPM Pizza CEO Glenn Mueller said by phone Tuesday morning. "We're talked to the police chief and the mayor. We're upset. 
We're aggressively working to find the person or persons responsible." 
Price's killing comes six months after another Domino's delivery driver, Richard "Chris" Yeager, was gunned down after making a delivery in Mid-City. Authorities have accused two teenagers, Shane Hughes and Rendell Brown, of Yeager's murder. 
Domino's drivers undergo upwards of 16 hours of safety training before making deliveries on their own, Tedesco said, and the company advertises its policy of drivers not carrying more than $20. 
"We harp like crazy," Tedesco said of the company's safety policies. "New Orleans is New Orleans. We love it, but we understand where we live."
".... but we understand where we live." 

Yes, the white people of New Orleans understand where they live: surrounded by the racial brothers of Haiti who have helped turn the island nation into the charity capital of the world. 

Whites living in the French Quarter are asked to pay more taxes to support the salaries of state patrolmen to keep the historic epicenter of New Orleans safe to tourists, all because the black population engages in the type of "senseless" crime that has now made Michael Price's bride a widow. 

And his three young children are now deprived of their father. 

Domino's drivers undergo more than 16 hours of safety training before they are sent out into the wild of New Orleans, where the black population has virtually made miles upon miles of the city uninhabitable to citizens, no-go areas to tourists, and inhospitable to business investment. 

What does this "two-days of safety training" say about the world individual black people have collectively created in New Orleans?

Price's body was found "riddled with bullets" in perhaps the most unforgiven real estate a white person can enter in all of America; and he was there to do his job, delivering pizza so his family (his children are 8, 6, and 2) could be supported. 

Abraham said, “Now that I have been so bold as to speak to the Lord, what if only twenty can be found there?”
He said, “For the sake of twenty, I will not destroy it.”
 Then he said, “May the Lord not be angry, but let me speak just once more. What if only ten can be found there?”
He answered, “For the sake of ten, I will not destroy it.” - Genesis 18: 31-32

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

"I imagine that right now, you're feeling a bit like Alice. Hmm? Tumbling down the rabbit hole?"

There's just something about the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division Report on the Ferguson Police Department still eating at me. 

Washington Post writer Richard Cohen tried to assert the Ferguson Police Department was a cesspool of racism, but in reality the now 70 percent black city of Ferguson represents nothing more than a city awash in black crime and debased property values.

So a grand total of seven emails (over a span of more than seven years the DOJ researched, what percentage of emails does this represent?) purportedly revealed "racial bias" among a few public employees in Ferguson; it's not like they ever grabbed a bunch of hammers and went out looking for a black person to kill, as several black people did in December of 2014. 
Please remember St. Louis County was 77 percent white in 2000 and was 70.27 percent white in 2010 (19 percent black and 23 percent black respectively for those years)

Zemir Begic, as far as the national dialogue is concerned, never existed at all. His death was quickly brushed aside as having nothing to do with race by city leaders in St. Louis [St. Louis mayor, police say race played no role in hammer slaying of Bosnian immigrant, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 12-2-14], though the black participants in his death were heard to have shouted ‘Eff the white people, kill the white people' before they ended Begic's life. 

But this isn't what's still eating at me: when news of Otis Byrd's hanging himself in a suicide became yet another cause for federal intervention/investigation by the FBI, Eric Holder's DOJ, and a mainstream media determined to secure the ultimate example of Mississippi Burning in 2015, it all came together:
The hanging is being investigated by the FBI, the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division and the United States Attorney's office as well as the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation. 
The feds are there to determine if it's a potential hate crime or other violation of federal law, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said Friday. 
"We simply don't know enough facts," Holder told MSNBC. "We do have a substantial federal presence to determine what the facts are."
 It all came together...

Zemir Begic's tragic execution at the hands of black people utilizing hammers in a fashion Thor would frown upon was quickly greeted with representatives of Black-Run America (BRA) hurriedly assuring the general public no racial animus was behind the murder, yet resources must be supplied as more lighter fluid to a pile of tinder Holder is just itching to toss a match upon. 

So why not offer some research to showcase (yet again) the racial realties in St. Louis the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division omitted from their report on the Ferguson Police Department? Why not provide more lighter fluid of a different variety to the tinder ready to be ignited? 

Ferguson is located in St. Louis County, which in 2000 had a population of 1,016,313 people. Of those, the county was 76.83% white and 19.02% black; by 2010, the population was 998,954, of which 70.27% were white and 23.33% were black. 

From 2000-2010, the black population in St. Louis County increased 20.55% and the white population decreased by 10.10%. 

But it was a quick visit to the The Missouri Uniform Crime Reporting Program (MUCRP), which allowed me to research what the Department of Justice seemed uninterested in adding to its report on the Ferguson Police Department. 

Going back all the way to 2001, when the county was nearly 77 percent white and 19 percent black to 2014, one can quickly pull up a PDF file (for each year) of arrests in the county by race. 

So for those 14 years, we get a clear picture of which racial group produced the individuals collectively lowering the quality of life (and property values) for the citizens of St. Louis County

Please remember St. Louis County was 77 percent white in 2000 and was 70.27 percent white in 2010 (19 percent black and 23 percent black respectively for those years):

  • Since 2001, 7610 people have been arrested for burglary in St. Louis County: 58 percent of them have been black.
  • Since 2001, 4310 people have been arrested for weapons charges in St. Louis County: 66 percent have been black
  • Since 2001, 235 people have been arrested for murder in St. Louis County: 77 percent of them have been black.
  • Since 2001, there have been 341 people arrested in St. Louis County for rape: 61 percent of them have been black.
  • Since 2001, 2246 people have been arrested for robbery in St. Louis County: 79 percent have been black
  • Since 2001, 2834 people have been arrested for motor vehicle theft in St. Louis County: 76 percent have been black.
Remember: St. Louis County's population in 2000 was only 19 percent black and in 2010, it was only 23 percent black...

And for those interested, the City of St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department finally released its 2013 Annual Report to the Community, which breaks down arrests by race for violent crimes. 

Remember, out of 318,000 people, St. Louis is 49.2 percent black 43.9 percent white (as of 2010 US Census). 

Here's the breakdown for 2013:

  • 87.1% of those arrested for aggravated assault in St. Louis in 2013 were black.
  • 93.6% of those arrested for robbery in St. Louis in 2013 were black.
  • 94% of those arrested for murder in St. Louis in 2013 were black.  
  •  80.2% of those arrested for forcible rape in St. Louis in 2013 were black.  
  •  90% of those arrested for weapons offenses in St. Louis in 2013 were black.
 St. Louis and St. Louis County are two different beasts together, but the primary racial group responsible for committing the violent crime in the city - where they are 49 percent of the population - or in the county (where they have been roughly 20 - 23 percent of the population since 2000) are black people. 

The real crime in St. Louis and St. Louis County were that over the seven years the Department of Justice spent researching the public emails of Ferguson city employees, is that all they could find were seven instances of perceived "racism."

Seven emails.

And yet, you look at those arrest rates for St. Louis County from 2001 - 2014 and for the city of St. Louis for 2013 (1999 - 2012 are here), one can only imagine the number of times individual white people were victimized by blacks.

For we know, if it was the other way around, you'd have an international incident...

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Take your stinking paws off St. Louis, you damn dirty... Why the St. Louis Zoo Was Forced to Close Early & Why the Delmar Loop Will Inevitably Close For Good

"You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!" - Planet of the Apes

One day, people will look at the Gateway Arch in St. Louis and wonder in amazement: what is this, what was it used for, and who in the world built it? 

Ever see Ancient Aliens on History Channel? Future inhabitants of St. Louis will look upon the Gateway Arch with the type of awe and wonderment as to how it was constructed, with similar types of individuals as featured on Ancient Aliens trying to describe how some extraterrestrial force was solely capable with constructing this monument. 

Why such pessimism for the future of St. Louis? 
Just another Sunday in St. Louis: The insanity of blacks in helping regress civilization to the black mean

A few headlines will provide the clues to the cities devolving before our eyes, to something far worse than featured in Mike Judge's Idiocracy. [St. Louis Zoo closes early after report of fight,, 3-15-15]:
The St. Louis Zoo shut down a couple of hours early Sunday. Police say there was a large number of teens in the area and a report of a fight breaking out. 
Park rangers decided to close the zoo. 
No arrests were made.
Strange story, especially considering such a public place would be closed and virtually nothing is known about why it was shut down early save for "a large number of teens."

But more clues emerge. [Arrests follow fight at St. Louis MetroLink station, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3-15-15]:
Two teens, 14 and 15, were arrested after a fight at the Forest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink station about 5:15 p.m. Sunday, officials said. Nobody was seriously injured, but one person briefly wound up on the tracks. 
The melee lasted less than one minute, they said, but one train was prevented from leaving the station for about 12 minutes. 
Police acknowledged the fight but provided no details Wednesday. 
The St. Louis Zoo closed about 10 minutes early on Sunday, at around 4:50 p.m., after reports of fights involving groups of teenagers on the grounds, spokeswoman Susan Gallagher said. It was not known whether they were connected to the incident at the nearby MetroLink station. 
 Nobody was seriously injured, but the melee prevented a train from leaving the station for 12 minutes while police remained tight-lipped about the details.


Quite strange. 

But it gets better.

And with photos and video of the aforementioned "teens" and "juveniles" surfacing, it becomes quite clear the problem plaguing St. Louis is monochromatic. From the caption to a picture of blacks running down the middle of a busy street - channeling Michael Brown? - and a black jumping on a car we learn:  "After gathering in the Delmar Loop on Saturday, March 21, 2015, people ran away, jumping on cars, as police started to arrest several people. Photo courtesy of" [St. Louis police trying to crack down on teen 'fight teams', St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3-24-15]:
Back-to-back weekends of violence erupting among groups of juveniles meeting up to fight at high-profile attractions are prompting police to pressure parents to keep their teenagers in line or face consequences themselves.
Reports of fights involving teenage “fight teams” on the St. Louis Zoo grounds forced an early closing March 15. Twenty minutes later, two teens were arrested for fighting near the Forest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink station, after one person briefly wound up on the tracks. 
Then, on Saturday night, a group of about 20 to 30 juveniles and young adults clashed briefly with protesters; several shots were fired in the Delmar Loop.In all, police have arrested about 15 juveniles connected to the violence of the past two weekends, said Lt. Janice Bockstruck, commander of the city’s juvenile division. 
Bockstruck stopped short of calling the fight teams “gangs.” 
“These are young kids getting together in a group and taking disputes — sometimes girl fights or normal everyday school disagreements — and exploding it over social media to the point where it escalates and they end up meeting and fighting,” she said. 
So along with added police presence in the affected areas, Bockstruck said she is sending detectives to the homes of the teens who have been arrested to make parents aware of services that could address problems in the family and to put those parents on notice: If your child is arrested again, you will receive a summons for contributing to the delinquency of a minor by allowing them to engage in behavior that is harmful to their health and welfare. 

Ransom attributed flash points of unrest the past two weekends in part to teenagers enjoying the first whisper of spring. 
Mike Weiss, owner of Big Shark Bicycle on Delmar, said the teens appear undeterred by the heavy police presence. 
“Mobs of kids have been a social phenomenon in the Loop,” said Weiss. “... The dynamic is unrelated to the neighborhood. They’re not interested in the businesses. They’re interested in other kids.” 
Ransom and Weiss said the power of social media in drawing large numbers of teens to a specific location cannot be discounted. 
The use of direct, private messages among teens can frustrate law enforcement efforts to track Facebook and Twitter traffic. Those messages can create “flash mobs,” Ransom said. 
Weiss is among Loop business owners who met Thursday with St. Louis, University City, Metro and Washington University police officials to discuss how to respond. 
Prominent Loop business owner Joe Edwards also attended the meeting and said cooperation among the police departments is much improved in recent years. 
Officers are taking appropriate action by arresting lawbreakers, he said.
What in the world is the etymology of the term "fight teams" the St. Louis Post-Dispatch uses to describe what is nothing more than black individuals collectively lowering the quality of life for citizens of St. Louis?

Also notice how the paper connects these black riots to 'flash mobs', which is a term ostensibly no longer in vogue sense they are so overtly linked to violent black mobs (mahogany mobs) and the black St. Louis tradition of 'Knockout King/Game'. "Fight teams" it is!

Black people forced the St. Louis Zoo to close early on Sunday, March 15, just as hundreds of black people engaged in behavior unbecoming of barbarians in the Delmar Loop on March 21.

Monday, March 23, 2015

The Inevitable 2015 'Police Encounter with a Black Person Gone Bad' Approaches...

Were you not aware of the type of world individual black people collectively create, the two stories to be quoted below would stretch even the most imaginative "racist's" credulity to the breaking point. 

The city of St. Louis (49 percent black and 43 percent white) seems to have a black population boasting many individuals attempting to break into the Hollywood and join the ranks of the Black Stuntmen's Association
Discarded weapons found by police after two car loads of black people engaged in a rolling gun-battle on Interstate 44 in St. Louis at 11 a.m. on a Thursday morning; two black males were killed... but that's not the craziest thing black people did in St. Louis over the past week

What else could account for a rolling gun-battle involving two carloads of black people along Interstate 44 around 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 19? [St. Louis police identify two men found fatally shot after rolling gunbattle on I-44, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3-19-15]:
Police on Thursday identified two men found shot to death in the LaSalle Park neighborhood after a lunch-hour rolling gunbattle Wednesday along Interstate 44. 
Police identified the dead as Derrick Roberts, 21, of the 1900 block of Warren Street in St. Louis, and DeJuan Etheridge, 21, of the 300 block of Behlmann Meadows Way in unincorporated north St. Louis County. 
Roberts and Etheridge were passengers in a Dodge Charger involved in a shootout with a Toyota Camry about 11:50 a.m. along I-44 near Hampton Avenue, police said. Roberts was found dead outside the Charger after the car's driver abandoned it in an alley in the 900 block of Park Avenue. Etheridge was found dead in the back seat of the Charger.  
A 23-year-old man believed to be the driver who had abandoned the Charger was later found when he sought hospital treatment of a gunshot wound to his shoulder, police said. That man was treated and released from the hospital to police. 
Authorities say there was another passenger in the Charger, but have not yet found that person. 
Police are still looking for the Camry involved in the shootout. An off-duty city police officer in a car saw some of the shootout and followed the cars for a brief time but backed off, police said. 
Officers found heroin packaged for sale and a couple hundred dollars in cash in the Charger, police said. I-44 was closed from Hampton Avenue to downtown for a time as police collected evidence along several miles of the highway. A gun was found between Compton and Nebraska avenues, with a magazine a little farther away. 
Back at Kingshighway, at least 10 casings could be seen on the pavement.  
In all, police found four guns along the highway.
Guns and bullet casings littered the streets of St. Louis, where Derrick and DeJuan made their final stand. 

But this story doesn't hold a candle to what occurred Sunday, March 22 in St. Louis. [Shooting suspects' car rams St. Louis police car, bursts into flames, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3-22-15]:
Two police officers suffered minor injuries in a police pursuit Sunday night when four shooting suspects in a stolen vehicle rammed a patrol car. 
The suspects then lost control of the stolen vehicle and hit a metal pole. Their vehicle burst into flames. 
All four suspects inside the burning car got out on their own. Three ran off, and police captured the fourth. 
No one was injured in the car fire. 
One officer suffered a minor injury to an arm. He had been getting out of his patrol car when it was struck, police say. Another officer hurt his finger. Both officers were treated at a hospital and released. 
Police say the pursuit stems from a shooting just before 9 p.m. Sunday in the 4400 block of Kennerly Avenue. A man, 20, told police he had been walking near the intersection of Newstead and Kennerly avenues when he was shot on his right side. 
He saw two men run off. 
Witnesses gave police a description of the getaway car. The shooting victim was being treated at a hospital, where he was stable, police say. 
At about 10:15 p.m., officers patrolling near Martin Luther King and Laurel avenues saw a car matching the one from the shooting. Police tried to pull over the car, but the driver took off.  
As one of the officers at the scene got out of his patrol car, the suspects' car rammed the police car. The suspects' car then hit a pole and caught fire.

Four black people in a stolen car ram a police car, the driver of the stolen car then losing control and crashing into a metal pole... where it subsequently burst into flames?


Though the media is primarily concerned with Mississippi Burning again, the recent activities of black people in St. Louis are a reminder of just how precarious the situation in 2015 actually is for the country escaping the warmer months without a high-profile 'police encounter with a black person gone bad'...

Jack Frost is gone, and with the winter weather goes the only force keeping our impulse control challenged, future time-orientation lacking black population from engaging in behavior inevitably leading to a 'police encounter with a black person gone bad'.