Monday, October 22, 2018

In 2017 Albany, NY (a 52 percent white city), Every Homicide Involved a Non-White Suspect and Victim

Albany is the capital city of New York. 

In 1970, the city was 87 percent white. 

Today, the city is 52 percent white. 

What type of quality of life is found in this soon-to-be majority-minority city?

In 2017, every homicide in the city involved a non-white suspect and non-white victim. [Six of Albany's 16 homicides in past 19 months remain unsolved: Details of cases could help determine best course of action against violence, Times Union, 7-21-18]:

ALBANY — Nearly eight months after 35-year-old Anthony Malloy was shot and killed in broad daylight at First and Quail streets, Albany Police remain tightlipped on details of the Jan. 4 incident. No arrests have been made. 
The Albany skyline, built long ago when the city was nearly 90 percent white
Fast forward to July 14, when 31-year-old Khalil Barnes was gunned down just after midnight while sitting in his car at the same popular West Hill intersection. No arrests have been made. 
Both men were known to police, and had served time in prison: Malloy for beating his former girlfriend in 2001; Barnes for crimes he committed as a member of the former Arbor Hill/West Hill gang, the Jungle Junkies. 
Police say some cases take more time than others, but they’re making progress. The details of what detectives learn are rarely discussed before trial for fear of jeopardizing a case. 
“You may have an idea of who it is rather quickly, and the case is closed in a week or so. Other cases take longer to develop,” said Commander Ed Donohue, who leads the city police department’s Criminal Investigation Unit. “It depends on how much evidence and cooperation we get.” 
Of the 16 homicides Albany has seen in the past 19 months, six of them remain unsolved — most of them more recent. More than half of 2018's murders in Albany have occurred in the past two months, a time of year when temperatures rise and tempers flare.Criminal justice experts say that it’s the details of those cases — the backgrounds of the 16 victims and the suspected perpetrators – that are central to finding the right course of action to prevent future violence in communities. 
All of the victims in 2018's homicides were African-American or Latino, and most lived in low-income neighborhoods. The violent incidents also are mostly concentrated North of Central Avenue and West of Delaware Avenue, communities that struggle the most with poverty. 
"It's not about color," said Alice Green, executive director at the Center for Law & Justice. "People who live in poverty, people who are forced to live in frustrating, stress-producing environments are more likely to respond in violent ways."
Never, ever stop repeating the mantra of "diversity is our strength."


Saturday, October 20, 2018

His Name is Eldon "Twirp" Williams: 87-Year-Old White Man Murdered by Black Career Criminal in Alton, Illinois

It will be in less than a week before another white person will be nationally shamed for daring to hold an individual black to the same standards of civility required to maintain civilization, filmed by the latter for this egregious display of racism and immediately becoming the latest example of collective white supremacy denying blackness their humanity. 

Meanwhile, another white individual was murdered by a black career criminal, with barely the local media even bothering to report the news. [Murder charges filed in killing of 87-year-old man in Alton,, 10-17-18]:
A suspect has been charged with the murder of an 87-year-old man in Alton.  
Officers from Alton and the Madison County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 200 block of West Delmar Avenue just before noon Tuesday, where Eldon "Twirp" Williams was found dead from a gunshot wound to the head. 
Rest in Peace, Eldon Williams. 
Police took a suspect into custody at the time, and Wednesday charged Donald M. Nelson with three counts of murder in Williams' killing, as well as attempted robbery, trespassing, and unlawful possession of a gun by a felon. 
At this point the killing appears random.  
Williams leaves behind a wife and six daughters, and the community has mourned his death.   
Investigators believe he was at the home, which was recently put up for sale, to check the lock boxes. 
Williams was also a Godfrey trustee.  
"It's kind of a cliche, but he was a true asset to the Godfrey community," said friend Matt Horn, who also works at Landmark Realty. "We here at Landmark are totally numb about what happened here today as is everyone in the community." 
Wednesday morning, Alton Mayor Brant Walker issued the following statement regarding Williams' death: 
I, and the members of my administration, join the entire community in mourning the tragic loss of Godfrey Trustee Eldon “Twirp” Williams in what appears to be a senseless random act of violence. We extend our deepest sympathies to his family and offer our prayers during this difficult time. 
“Twirp” dedicated his life to serving Godfrey and the Riverbend, and his death is both shocking and heartbreaking. Rest assured, the dedicated detectives and police officers of the Alton Police Department will use every resource available to bring the individual responsible for this heinous act to justice. We will not tolerate such violence in our community, and we will use every tool we have to ensure that justice is served for “Twirp.”
But don't worry: another white woman will lose their job for daring to stereotype a black individual, denying them their humanity as they engage in a bigoted act of failing to remember blacks are above the law in the USA. 

The black career criminals record?:
He was sentenced to three years in prison in June 2017 after pleading guilty to a charged of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance. He pleaded guilty in October 2017 to a charge of burglary and sentence to two years’ probation. He also has a conviction for burglary and a conviction for misdemeanor aggravated assault, plus misdemeanor convictions for theft, possession of marijuana, assault, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, and unlawful use of brass knuckles.
Moral of the story: never, ever fear calling the police on a suspicious black person. It might just save your life.

Thursday, October 18, 2018

His Name is Connally Klein: 52-year-old White Male Pushed into Traffic and Murdered by Black Woman in Dallas

While the national media inflates every encounter a white person has with a black individual - the latter filmed accusing an innocent black body of a criminal act they never committed - the horror of what blacks are doing to whites goes virtually unreported in the local municipality where it happens. [Woman who pushed man into oncoming traffic in Lake Highlands arrested for murder: A woman who intentionally pushed a man into the road late Tuesday night in Lake Highlands has been arrested for murder., WFAA, 10-17-18]:
A 29-year-old woman has been arrested for murder after pushing a man into oncoming traffic near a Lake Highlands apartment complex Tuesday night. 
Connally Klein, 52, was hit by a car near the intersection of Skillman Street and Royal Lane in northeast Dallas around 9:15 p.m., police say.
Local media in Dallas is covering up this racial attack and the national media is only interested in shaming white people who call the police on blacks
Investigators determined Klein was “intentionally pushed into the roadway from the median.” He was taken to a hospital, where he died. 
Quantara Melton was found at an unspecified business nearby, where police say she was arrested on warrants unrelated to Klein’s death. Jail records indicate she was facing a marijuana possession charge. 
After speaking with detectives about Klein’s death, Melton was charged with murder. No details were given on the events leading up to Melton pushing Klein into the street. 
She was booked into the Dallas County Jail, where records show she was being held on a total of $253,000 bond.
Connally Klein was a white man, whose life and death the local Dallas media - as well as the national media - are entirely uninterested in covering. He was murdered by a black woman, which means no one outside of a small community of 'racists' will dare remember his name.

But a white individual (particularly a white female) calling the cops on a black male is a cause for a national meltdown.

Never feel ashamed to call the police on blacks if they are violating the law. Never. We are being conditioned to believe blacks are above the law, impervious to the consequences of their actions.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

'First Man' Blasted for Lack of Diversity Because it Dare Depict the Actual Whiteness Getting us to the Moon

What's wrong with celebrating the achievements of white people?

In 2018 America, it represents the ultimate crime. ['First Man' writer Josh Singer on film's lack of diversity: 'You've got to be accurate and depict the time',, 10-16-18]:
You know it’s awards season when prestige films are being picked apart for inconsequential or inane reasons. 
Go see 'First Man' immediately: it is a modern-day classic
In the curious case of First Man, Damien Chazelle’s stunning new biopic on astronaut Neil Armstrong, the movie has been dragged by critics and pundits on polar ends of the sociopolitical spectrum for two very questionable matters. In a wider-reaching controversy, conservatives blasted the film for not portraying the moment when Armstrong (played by Ryan Gosling) plants the American flag on the moon after Apollo 11’s landing, even though the stars and stripes have a ubiquitous presence in the film. Some on the left, meanwhile, have bemoaned the fact that the film has an all-white, male-dominated cast, even though it’s a historically accurate depiction. As film journalist Jordan Hoffman wrote on Twitter, “It’s truly fascinating how liking FIRST MAN can make you an anti-American cuck in some quarters or a reactionary Patriarchal prick in others.” 
In addition to defending the film’s placement (or lack thereof) of the American flag (which is “all over the movie”), First Man screenwriter Josh Singer (SpotlightThe Post) also commented on the fact that the film is being dinged for its lack of diversity at a timewhen pushes for inclusion are at the top of Hollywood’s collective mind. 
“Frankly, I don’t think it’s a ‘great men of history’ [story], I think it’s an ordinary family in history story,” Singer said (watch above). “And moreover, we wanted to be as technically accurate as we could. And at the time, it was [all] white men. And that wasn’t right, but that’s what it was. So if you’re gonna be technically accurate — and in part, we’re so technically accurate because we’re trying to shed this new perspective on a narrative that’s been sugarcoated — you’ve got to be accurate and depict the time for all its strengths and flaws.” 
First Man, it’s worth noting, comes two years after Hidden Figures, the crowd-pleasing, Oscar-nominated drama that portrayed the pivotal roles of African-American female mathematicians in the space race. 
Singer, though, looks at First Man as the story of one man’s — and one family’s — triumph over heartbreak. Not only did Armstrong lose multiple NASA colleagues and friends in test missions leading up to the Apollo 11 launch, but also he lost his young daughter Karen to a brain tumor at the age of 2. 
“This is a story about a guy who was an ordinary American guy who had a skill set, and who pushed himself beyond a certain limit, I think. It was an ordinary American family that were just trying to do their best in some extraordinary circumstances. And frankly, to me, what is most extraordinary about Neil and Janet and the family is not Neil’s flying abilities, though he was clearly a pretty good pilot, and not even Neil’s engineering abilities, although he clearly was a very bright guy and an incredible engineer — but what’s extraordinary was the grace with which he and Janet managed to endure tragedy and failure.”
Run, don't walk, but run to your nearest theater and see 'First Man'.

It is one of the most exhilarating movies you'll ever see on the big screen and, as this Yahoo! article makes clear, a reminder (and a glorification) of what white men can do in the absence of diversity.

P.S. -- Get a copy of 'Whitey on the Moon' to remind yourself what happened to NASA.