Monday, September 15, 2014

Somewhere, Somehow, Bull Connor is Laughing Uncontrollably: 74% Black Birmingham Celebrates 2nd Annual "Empowerment Week"

A 74 percent black city.

No. 

Not just any city. The city responsible for ensuring Black-Run America (BRA) prevailed, ushering in an era of instability, continued decline, and inevitable decay.
In 2013, Birmingham (74 percent black) celebrated "50 Years Forward"

Birmingham. 

The only time this city comes up in contemporary discussions/dialogue is when historic citation is necessary to shield modern blacks from any criticism or demand they be held accountable for their actions/choices. 

1963 is a historic year, for it's the year the United States of America passed from being a country and officially became nothing more than a cheerleader (with nukes) for advancing the cause of Eurocide - Caucasianocide - and black empowerment. 

The battle of Birmingham was fought, and lost by those believing civilization was something worth defending from the very people who turned the "Paris of the West" into "America's Monrovia Cousin" (Monrovia, Liberia... where the freed slaves were sent as part of repatriation). 

But just as 83 percent black Detroit is collapsing into the white footprint from each it was built, the demise of 74 percent black Birmingham is equally a black phenomenon. 

Thus the need for "Empowerment Week" to help the beleaguered 74 percent black city of Birmingham that time forgot (remember, it's always 1963 Birmingham somewhere). [Birmingham City Council approves $180,000 for 'Empowerment Week' civil rights commemorations, Birmingham News, 8-26-14]:
They criticized and questioned the spending on Monday evening, but on Tuesday morning, the Birmingham City Council quietly approved $180,000 for several days of civil rights commemoration activities. 
The council today authorized funding for the city's second "Empowerment Week," following a committee meeting where several members criticized the lack of spending details and demanded a greater role in activities. 
The council last week delayed a vote on the spending, referring it to a committee Monday to get more details. 
"Why are we doing this again, and do you plan on doing this forever?" asked Councilwoman Valerie Abbott, chairwoman of the Budget and Finance Committee said late Monday. "People in my district want streets paved. They don't want to see a lot of partying anymore." 
While several council members have recently questioned the spending, it was included in the 2015 operating budget, a document approved months ago with seven 'yes' votes, including Abbott's. 
Mayor William Bell's staff late Monday worked to convince the council to salvage funding for their initiative - which begins Sept. 11 through Sept. 15. 
"This is Empowerment Week two," said Terry Burney, a Bell aide. "It sort of gave us a little boost on a national and international level. We got a positive push from this last year." 
"If we're going to 'Birmingham Forward,' then let's do it together," said Councilman Marcus Lundy. "We are not just the cash cow. The attitude of the council is one that wants to be participatory." 
In addition to the return of Empowerment Week, the city Oct. 22 - Oct. 26 will be the site of "Human Rights Week." Both organized weeks are designed to commemorate civil rights and promote world-wide human rights.
"Why are we doing this again, and do you plan on doing this forever?" -- To the victors go the spoils of war...
Silly Councilwoman Valerie Abbott: the answer to your guest of, "Why are we doing this again, and do you plan on doing this forever?", helps explain the reality of BRA.

All past injustices against black people must be celebrated and constantly cited - as those brave civil rights leaders who overcame such injustices - to explain away the present sorrowful conditions of the black community despite massive injustice done against whites to promote exclusively black interests.

We must celebrate 1963 Birmingham and all that was overcome, just as we must close our eyes to 2014 Birmingham (because the conditions of the 74 percent black city - after being controlled politically by blacks since the late 1970s - might confuse a few free-thinking white people into questioning whether Bull Connor is actually the villain in this morality play we call America).

But if you close your eyes to 2014 Birmingham, you miss out on the greatest joke of all. ["I live in Birmingham. Sometimes I hear gunshots at night" Mayor William Bell stresses personal and official response to city violence, Birmingham News, 9-12-14]:
Mayor William Bell said he's directly impacted by deadly violence in the city, and his administration is methodically working with law enforcement, communities and other agencies to address crime and crime prevention. 
"I live in Birmingham. I hear the fire station number 14 when they crank up the emergency truck and the fire truck," Bell said. "Sometimes I hear gunshots at night." 
Deadly violence escalated in Birmingham during the Labor Day weekend when six people were killed. In all, there have been 10 homicides within the last two weeks. 
The 9:30 session at the Birmingham Museum of Art will dissect the problem of black crime and black victimization. The city of Birmingham is 74 percent black, and most of the homicides are committed by black perpetrators on black victims. 
Bell, during a recent work session with the City Council addressed the recent homicides, saying the city is addressing the immediate crimes while also working to address the climate that breeds lawlessness. I'm offended when people pontificate that the mayor can go out there and wave a magic wand and end crime," Bell said. "We can't do that. It's our community's responsibility. It's all of our responsibilities to do the best that we can each and every day, and I'm committed to doing that."
There is a magic wand capable of being waved to end the threat of criminality; it's called "the State" daring to safe-guard a future for the law-abiding by holding black people responsible for their actions.

Instead of having "Empowerment Weeks" dedicated to the perpetual celebration (and re-enactment of the fight for) of the Civil Rights Movement, it's time to realize the need for such a week in a 74 percent black city is hilarious proof Bull Connor's actions in 1963 were warranted.

Fifty years forward from 2014, will Birmingham's all-black citizenry still cite 1963 as a rationale for the complete collapse of the city into conditions far worse than that found in modern Liberia?

Will the city be hosting another "Empowerment Week," where some black person claiming to have been born in that holy year of 1963 is dragged on stage to rationalize black people's continued hate toward their vanquished white foes?

Councilwoman Valerie Abbott asked:"Why are we doing this again, and do you plan on doing this forever?"

The answer is so simple: if we stopped bringing up past white persecution toward blacks as justification for the continued failure of modern blacks (some lingering residue of failure only possible because of slavery, white supremacy, or Jim Crow), we wouldn't have anything to celebrate black people overcoming.

Remove the protective shields of white guilt and state-issued "Birmingham 1963"glasses, and we'd only be left with modern Birmingham and Detroit, two cities remade in the image of their black majority.

How often did Bull Connor's Birmingham hear gunshots at night, Mayor Bell?

Blacks in Birmingham (and Detroit) have already been empowered. The end result?

The conditions of 2014 Detroit and Birmingham.


Sunday, September 14, 2014

A Moment of Silence for Civilization in 83 Percent Black Detroit

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A prayer vigil.

Ends with 9 people shot.

Two dead (one from a car accident as the drive-by shooters tried to drive away).

In 83 percent black Detroit.[Detroit Vigil-Shooting: 2 dead, police chase, others hurt, Detroit Fox, 9-12-14]:
Detroit police say two people are dead and several others wounded following a shooting at a vigil on the city's west side and a vehicle crash afterward.

Police were called to the home in the 14000 block of Patton Street in Detroit for the reports of shots fired.

Susie Haywood who lives in the area says, "I was asleep and boom-bam, it was like oh my god."

According to police reports, when emergency responders arrived on scene, 5 people had been shot, 1 person fatally.

Police also say that when they arrived on scene, several cars sped off.

One of the cars crashed a short distance away in the 9000 block of Burt.

"We have had very little cooperation from the people involved so we are trying to piece together events," Craig said.

A passenger in the car was ejected during the crash and died after the vehicle crashed into a fire hydrant. It is unclear if this person died as a result of the shooting or the crash itself.

Chief James Craig of the Detroit Police says,  "it appears everyone was acquainted but we are not sure what started the argument."

Police say two people were taken into custody in the area of the shooting and crash; five others were taken into custody at a hospital.
 The most important detail was left out of the prior article.

It's included below (see if you can spot it). [Detroit Police Investigate Bloody Scene Where 8 People Shot, 2 Killed In Apparent Family Feud After Prayer Vigil, CBS Detroit, 9-12-14]
Detroit police say a prayer vigil on the city’s west side turned into a deadly family feud with several people shot, a car wreck and multiple suspects under arrest.
“It appears we have eight people shot; two in custody, fleeing the scene; five in custody at the hospital that, instead of going to show support, decided to act stupid — we had to lock them up; and we have three weapons we’ve recovered,” Detroit Assistance Police Chief Steve Dolunt told WWJ’s Mike Campbell.
The situation unfolded just before 2 a.m. Friday after a prayer vigil near Patton and Kendall streets, in a neighborhood near Outer Drive and I-96.
As the vigil was wrapping up, a vehicle drove by and a gunman opened fire on the group of people standing outside. At least eight people were struck by gunfire; one man was killed.
Maurice Westley lives behind the house where the shooting took place.
“There was a short intermission and then I heard a different type of gun going off.
People were screaming and yelling and banging on doors. The shots went off, back and forth for like five minutes, or even longer,” he said. “It’s a mess but I’m not surprised at all, not in this neighborhood.”
Prayer is the wrong activity for hoping to restore civilization and peace in 83 percent black Detroit.

A moment of silence or a vigil is, equally, a wasted endeavor for hoping to turn around the run of bad luck in 83 percent black Detroit.

But it's never too late to laugh at the type of activities found in 83 percent black Detroit on a random Friday morning at 2 a.m. Fox 2 News Headlines

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Caucasianocide

War on Whites?

Those who peddle some silly mantra (anti-racist is code word for "anti-white")?

No.

It's far, far worse, and quite elemental. 

U.S. Army sociologists are worried that a lack of black officers leading its combat troops will have detrimental effect on minorities and lead to fewer black officers in top leadership posts.
"The issue exists. The leadership is aware of it," Brig. Gen. Ronald Lewis told USA Today on Thursday. "The leadership does have an action plan in place. And it's complicated."
The Army reports that only 10 percent of its active-duty officers are black, which has contributed to its dearth of black officers leading soldiers with occupational specialties in infantry, armor and artillery.
"It certainly is a problem for several reasons," Col. Irving Smith, director of sociology at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, told USA Today. "First we are a public institution. And as a public institution we certainly have more of a responsibility to our nation than a private company to reflect it. In order to maintain their trust and confidence, the people of America need to know that the Army is not only effective but representative of them."
USA Today's research found that 25 relevant brigades it looked at did not have a single black commander in 2014. For 2015, the paper reported that there will be two black commanders of combat brigades. 
Capt. Grancis Santana, 33, spoke to the paper and asserted that it wasn't discrimination that was causing a lack of minority officers in key posts — the supply of desired soldiers in his military occupational specialty simply wasn't there.
"It's not a good feeling when you're one of the few," Capt. Santana told USA Today.
"There was no discrimination; there are just not a lot of people like you."
The paper also noted that of the 238 West Point graduates commissioned to be infantry officers in 2012, only seven were black. One of the Army's plans for addressing the issue will be to put more emphasis on recruiting and mentoring minority officers.
Since America saw its armed forces integrated, have we actually won a war? 

Yes. 

The one that matters. 

Caucasianocide.

Friday, September 12, 2014

This week's sign the black people are among us: The Ferguson Adolescent Six

The apocalypse already happened. 

We're living in the aftermath of the end times. 

Proof? 

Get out of the way Jena Six. 
This has it all wrong: White America's hands are up, as we are the racial group held hostage...

Make room for the Ferguson Adolescent Six. [Black kids from the Ferguson block where Mike Brown lived star in a powerful video calling for 'white people to own up and face racism', Daily Mail, 9-10-14]
  • A T-shirt company promoting race equality released a video on Tuesday with children from Ferguson, Missouri aimed at calling attention to racism
  • FCKH8.com is a 'for-profit T-shirt company with an activist heart' that donates $5 out of every $13 dollars spent on T-shirts to charity
  • FCKH8.com recruited six children who lived on the same block where teenager Michael Brown, 18, was shot in the face by police officers

I don't think the guy on the right will ever be over racism...
A T-shirt company promoting race equality released a video on Tuesday with children from Ferguson, Missouri aimed at calling attention to the racism that still exists in America today.
FCKH8.com is a 'for-profit T-shirt company with an activist heart' that donates $5 out of every $13 dollars spent on T-shirts to charities working to fight racism.
The Blaze reports that the T-shirt company recruited six children from Ferguson, Missouri who lived on the same block where teenager Michael Brown, 18, was shot in the face by police officers.

The video begins by saying that Ferguson is the place, 'where white police shot an unarmed black teen in the face.'
The shooting spawned a nationwide discussion about the prevalence of racism in the modern day despite having a black president in office and supposedly living in more accepting times.
In the background a kid can be heard yelling that the incident is, 'a national disgrace.'
The video goes on to point out things that white people allegedly say about racism and their belief that it  no longer exists.
'But is racism still a thing?,' a a kid asks pretending as though they were ignorant.
'All this focus on race makes me uncomfortable.'
'Try being black,' pipes an adorable little boy.

'It’s you people who are making this about race,' say one kid,
'I don’t see color,' mocked another.
'You people are just playing the race card,' said a kid pretending to be a jaded white person.
'Some of my best friends are black.'
Later in the video a white man appears in the video and talks about how fighting racism is about joining together.
'Racism is not over but I’m over racism,' says the T-shirt and the message the the children are trying to send to racist America.
It's hard to imagine eternal damnation being any worse than life in Black-Run America (BRA), where the FCKH8 video is basically a microcosm for 24/7/365 white guilt drip that is the modern entertainment/corporate/military/academic/government mission.