Saturday, April 22, 2017

Black Leaders Admit the Gun Violence in 13% Black St. Paul, MN is because of their Community

No matter where in America they reside, once a city's population reaches five - 10 percent black, the increase in crime and fatal/nonfatal shootings will become a persistent problem, requiring yearly "marches to stop violence" and public pout sessions by city leaders, black advocacy groups and public officials. 

In 13 percent black St. Paul, Minnesota, it's just refreshing for blacks to admit the problem is entirely their fault (or perhaps they lament black shooters are only targeting other black people and not shooting a few white people instead, since white people have no advocacy group or corporate-funded media to agitate on their behalf)...[St. Paul community leaders, officials call for end to gun violence: The city has experienced a 75 percent increase in the number of shots fired calls, St. Paul Star Tribune, April 21, 2017]:

St. Paul community leaders and city officials gathered Friday at the scene of a recent homicide to plead for the public’s help in curbing gun violence in the city. 
The move came as St. Paul experienced a 75 percent increase in the number of shots-fired calls — 357 so far this year compared with 204 calls this time last year. Atop that, said police Chief Todd Axtell, 54 people have been shot in the city since the start of the year, averaging about one gunshot victim every other day. 
“This is absolutely preventable,” said the chief. 
Axtell spoke at the corner of Fuller Avenue and St. Albans Street N. where Rondell Quantrell Dunn, 25, was fatally shot Monday afternoon, and where a candlelight vigil in his memory later that night was fired upon by an unknown assailant. He was joined by Mayor Chris Coleman, Metro Transit Police Chief John Harrington, St. Paul NAACP President Diane Binns, community activists Tyrone Terrill, the Rev. Charles Gill and several others. 
Dunn’s homicide remains unsolved. The April 15 fatal shooting of Tyrese Santell Borney, 36, also remains unsolved. Police do not believe they are connected to each other, or to a nonfatal shooting Tuesday at Indian Mounds Regional Park. 
Nine people have died in homicides so far this year in St. Paul, seven of them by gunfire, according to the police department. 

City officials and community leaders asked for a coordinated effort across all agencies and the public to address the issue, and to remove guns from the hands of youth. 
“As community members, we also need to step up and take responsibility,” said Coleman. “Put down the guns, walk away from violence.” 
Terrill, president of the African American Leadership Council, appealed directly to black community members, saying “our village is under attack by our young people.” He and Binns called on parents to inspect their children’s rooms and to mentor and parent youths who don’t have parental role models. 
“Nobody is born with a gun in their hand,” Terrill said. “Adopt your own block.” 
Binns said the NAACP would begin hosting monthly barbecues starting in June to reach out to the community, and will also begin offering more programming. Next month, she said, the NAACP will host a workshop to teach people how to de-escalate situations with family members or friends with mental illness. 
Axtell said police are taking an “all hands on deck” approach to addressing gun violence. The department added one sergeant and five officers to its gang and gun unit. 
The department started holding daily meetings this week to talk about gun violence. Police spokesman Steve Linders said squad and foot patrols have also been stepped up in some areas and that $100,000 from a federal grant is being allocated to address gun violence. 
Officers respond to an average of three shots fired calls each day, and 144 guns have been recovered so far this year, according to the department. 
The plea for public intervention came on the same day Isaiah C. Bracy, 18, was charged with starting a gunfight on the Dale Street light-rail platform Monday that led to a man being shot in the back. 
Bracy was charged in Ramsey County District Court with two counts of second-degree assault. According to the complaint: Surveillance video captured footage of several males fighting on the platform. Bracy was captured firing a gun two times at two different men. 
One of the men turned around and fired in return, apparently striking a 38-year-old male bystander in the back at 4:39 p.m. — about two hours after Dunn was killed just a few blocks away. 
One witness told police she saw men on the platform throwing up gang signs as the train passed them. She then heard yelling inside the train and gunshots were fired.
If the gun violence is all courtesy of black individuals, wouldn't the sane policy be to stop allowing this racial group 2nd Amendment rights? St. Paul is just one of hundreds of other U.S. cities where the gun violence is all fueled by blacks.

At least, the black leadership cadre in St. Paul admits their village is being attacked by their own people, which confirms the point made above: if blacks were shooting whites in St. Paul, it's not out of the question to ask if black leaders or city officials would even hold such a press conference.

In so doing, they'd draw unnecessary attention to the reality of interracial crime we see in so many other U.S. cities, where white gun crime is an anomaly, but white victims of black gun crime is real concern (prompting white flight).

Friday, April 21, 2017

“How can a man die better: than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers, and the temples of his Gods.”

“How can a man die better: than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers, and the temples of his Gods.”

Is it already too late? 

Such a terrifying thought to consider, knowing our Europe is on the verge of submitting without a fight. 

It is our Europe, because the United States of America - at her zenith - was nothing more than an amalgamation of what a united Europe could be and produce. 

Now our Europe is nothing more than a dying geographic region submitting to Islam. Where once men rose to protect their lands, they now kneel to offer not just their homes but their daughters as well. 

Terrorism? A small price to pay for the joys and blessings of surrendering your own forefathers ancient homeland and watching the temple of their gods become adorned with Minarets. [French Presidential Favourite Macron: Terrorism ‘Part of Our Daily Lives for Years to Come’ After Paris Shooting,, 4-21-17]

Recall the story of Ebba Akerlund, an 11-year-old Swede ripped in half by a Muslim terrorist attack. This is what a former Swedish Prime Minister said of her death:
Former Swedish PM: Murdered 11-year-old girl Ebba in Stockholm terror is "price we have to pay for our open society"
This is what Frans Timmermans, the first vice president of the European Commission, said after the latest ISIS terror attack in Paris, which left multiple police officers dead
The future o/t world is diversity. To fight diversity is like trying to unscramble scrambled eggs 🍳 It makes a mess. Let's embrace diversity 
Only in a world on the verge of total collapse would we see our managerial-elite classify their children as nothing more than carrion for the ravenous appetite of Islamic expansion. This is how a former prime minister of Sweden described Ebba Akerlund murder, as nothing more than the "price we have to pay for our open society."

A sacrifice to a God we never, ever agreed to worship.

The future of the world is identity, with the present dystopia of diversity but a bridge to this eventuality. No analogy to a breakfast item can change what's on the verge of happening, nor appeals to embrace a cult requiring sacrifice after sacrifice after sacrifice in the name of Ebba Akerlunds.

It's not too late.

Many of us awoke long ago to see a nightmare we thought we'd never escape, only to be joined by millions prepared to confront an evil seeking our total submission.
No, it's not too late.

It's just the beginning of the next era of western civilization.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

A Day After 80% Black Selma Held a "Night of Hope" to end violence, Black Male Shoots Three Black Males, Killing One

We were warned. 

Long ago. 

Simply research the American Colonization Society and the aims of those esteemed men who joined the ranks of this noble organization with only one stated goal. 

This goal never came to fruition, sadly. As "The Truth About Selma: What Happened When the Cameras Left and the Marching Stopped" shows, the civilization white men established on the north american continent was supplanted in 1965 with the culmination of the civil rights era brushing aside the wisdom of our forefathers and replaced with the great folly of our time. 

The article you are about to read appeared on April Fool's Day, and were a citizen of Selma in 1964 shown this news story as a glimpse of what life in a future, 80 percent black Selma would look like, they'd truly understand why we currently revere the wrong party in the Edmund Pettus Bridge situation of 1965. [Help needed to support Night of Hope, Selma Times Journal, 4-1-17]:

Selma’s Night of Hope, an event meant to bring the community together, is only 11 days away, but organizers are still looking for donations for the community to help pay for the expense. 
Pastor John Grayson said it will cost approximately $4,800 to hold the event April 13 at Memorial Stadium and that more help is still needed. 
Organizers have asked churches, businesses, individuals and organizations to donate $100 or more to help cover some of the cost. 
“We are doing real good, we just need some more help as far as that is concerned,” Grayson said. 
Councilwoman Miah Jackson came up with the idea for Selma’s Night of Hope and has worked with Grayson to put the event together. Grayson believes the night is exactly what Selma needs to create positive change. 
“We want that night to be a night of hope and restoration. We have a lot of crime in our city and a lot of the crime and ills in our city I believe is because people have lost hope,” Grayson said. “We just want to motivate people to have hope and faith in each other and in their Lord again.” 

Grayson said several groups will be participating in the program that night, including choir groups from Selma High School. The plan is to bring the entire community together — people of different ages, backgrounds, churches, businesses and beliefs — in order to change Selma for the better. 
“We believe that if we come together as one that the Lord is going to move on our city, that it would inspire people,” Grayson said. ”We sort of lost faith and hope in each other and in return we’ve lost faith and hope in the Lord. We’re trying to bring people together and restore hope and to tell people it’s bad, but it’s not as bad as it looks. We still have a good city, we still have a good town, there’s still good people and more than anything, the Lord is still blessing us, he’s still with Selma and he can still turn Selma around and make Selma the great city she deserves.”
This story isn't an April Fool's Day joke (cruel as the community conditions are in Selma, nothing more than a reflection of what individual blacks collectively create, it would be difficult for any person of integrity to desire seeing them perpetuated). 

Nor are the "No More" yard signs littering the 80 percent black city of Selma, a plea to the black population to stop shooting each other. 

Selma's Night of Hope event went off on April 13 as planned; on April 14, there was a triple shooting in the 80 percent black city, leaving one of the black men shot dead

We were warned. 

Long ago. 

But we had our future mortgaged on the belief of racial equality, and the interest on this promissory note is becoming a daunting task to pay as the evidence becomes overwhelming we were sold a colossal lie. 

The state of the community, or lack thereof, found in 80 percent black Selma in 2017 is the perfect metaphor representing the bankruptcy of racial egalitarianism. 

Every fear white people long ago had about being demographically defenestrated and losing control of communities, cities and civilizations their ancestors built have come true, but few as startling as the Potemkin Village we must pretend is worthy of praise and admiration as Selma, Alabama. 

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

One of the Three White Men Murdered by Black Muslim in Fresno Had Facebook Cover Photo of Richard Spencer Being Sucker-Punched after Trump's Inauguration...

On April 18, 2017, three white males were targeted for execution by a black Muslim in Fresno, California. Kori Ali Muhammad brutally murdered three white males with his .357 revolver in broad daylight, fulfilling his desires of racial vengeance advocated by the Nation of Islam with their #JusticeOrElse campaign. [Hate crime is suspected after a gunman kills 3 white men in downtown Fresno, Los Angeles Times, 4-18-17]
On 1/21/17, Randalls made this image his Facebook cover photo. It's still up today, only one day after he was murdered by a black Muslim. The motive? Randalls was a white male

One of the three white men murdered by Kori Ali Muhammad was Zackary Randalls, a 34-year-old father of two. He had just started a new job when Kori Ali Muhammad noticed Randalls was a white man and fired multiple rounds in his direction because of his race. 

Remember this fact (Randalls being targeted by Kori Ali Muhammad solely because he was a whtie man), as you read the following... [Shooting-rampage victim: Husband, father of little kids and ‘good guy’, Fresno Bee, 4-18-17]:
Zackary Randalls was on his first ride-along Tuesday as a newly hired Pacific Gas & Electric Co. employee, riding in the passenger seat of a company truck. 
That assignment came to a sudden and violent end: Randalls, 34, who lives in Clovis, was struck by bullets when gunman Kori Ali Muhammad allegedly fired a gun into the utility truck from the passenger side on Van Ness Avenue. Randalls later died at Community Regional Medical Center. 
Friends say Randalls, who graduated from Lemoore High in 2001, was excited about his new job in the call center and that Tuesday was his first day out of the classroom. 
He and his wife of eight years, Katie, a Madera Unified School District elementary school teacher, have a preschool-aged son and daughter. 
In an interview Wednesday with CNN, Eddie Valencia described himself as one of Randalls “best friends” talked about how devastating Randalls’ death is for his family and friends. Valencia said that when he first learned Randalls was one of the victims, he immediately went to Katie Randalls’ workplace to support her. 
Choking back emotion and wiping off the tears rolling down his face, Valencia described Randalls as “more than a friend to me. He definitely was a brother, just like he was to a lot of other people. He loved those two kids with everything he had. 
Randalls would not want his murder or that of the other men shot and killed to be used as a spark for further violence, Valencia said. 
He wouldn’t want this to turn into any type of hateful reaction from anybody in the public,” Valencia said. “He would want the focus to be on the love we have for him  to use this as an opportunity to heal and come together, not use this as ignition for any other hateful acts.” 
Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer broke down momentarily during a Tuesday night press conference after mentioning his meeting with Katie Randalls. 
Nick Stavropoulos, president of PG&E, said he was devastated that the utility company had lost a employee. 
Friends say Randalls was someone who could sway another’s beliefs in others because of his nonjudgmental attitude. 
Randalls was targeted by Muhammad because he was white, said Dyer. 
“From what I’ve heard, this was racially motivated,” said Joey Contente, a friend of Randalls’ since Little League who recently moved to Oklahoma. “That makes it even sadder because Zack was truly a person who never saw color in anybody.” 
Contente said Randalls also was charitable, a person who would look in his neighbor’s bowl not to see if they had more, “but if they had enough.” 
 “That makes it even sadder because Zack was truly a person who never saw color in anybody...” 

On April 18, 2017, that Zack Randalls was a white man who "never saw color in anybody" was entirely irrelevant, because Kori Ali Muhammad saw in this deracinated white male nothing more than a white devil. 
Randalls posted this on his Facebook (as his profile pic) on 11/9/16, the day after Trump won...

The .357 revolver Kori Ali Muhammad carried took care of the rest, with Randalls - a man who "never saw color in anybody" - murdered on the streets of Fresno, California all because he was a white male. 

But the ride doesn't end there. 

On November 9, 2016, the day after Donald Trump was elected President of the United States of America, Zack Randalls posted a few panels from a comic book (from Preacher) as his Facebook profile picture, with this caption: 
You gotta be one of the good guys, son, 'cause there's way too many of the bad."
The timing is obviously a reference to Trump's election and the image can only be a reference to his own son, as if stating "there's way too many of the bad," somehow implicates Trump voters as the enemy...

You might be asking yourself, "PK, how can you come to this conclusion? Isn't that a stretch?


On January 21, 2017,  Zack Randalls made his Facebook cover image one of Richard Spencer being punched by a member of the Antifa in Washington D.C. on the day Trump was inaugurated, with the caption reading: 
We Punch Nazis
You can still find the image there now for Zack Randalls Facebook cover. 

Regardless of the aracial life style Zack Randalls lived and his insistence to "never saw color in anybody," Kori Ali Muhammad - a black Muslim - selected him for execution on April 18, 2017 in Fresno, California because Randalls was nothing more than a white man. 

Richard Spencer is not a Nazi, but the policies he advocates would have made life dramatically better for Zack Randalls, his wife and the young family he now leaves behind, all because Kori Ali Muhammad decided he didn't want to just punch Nazis, but he wanted to kill white people. 

To Kori Ali Muhammad, all white people are Nazis deserved of quick death. 

There's a chilling synchronicity behind Zack Randalls Facebook cover image showing Spencer being ambushed and attacked - with the caption reading "We Punch Nazis" - and knowing how he spent his final moments of life on April 18, 2017 in Fresno, California. 

Perhaps Randalls saw Kori Ali Muhammad walking toward him and didn't even consider situational awareness for just a split second, all because he "never saw color in anybody..."

In the end, it's worth remembering Kori Ali Muhammad was one of those "too many of the bad" out there, and Mr. Spencer is one of the good guys.