Sunday, July 15, 2018

Journal of the National Medical Association Study on Racial Segregation and Firearm Homicide Deaths Confirms Segregation Keeps White Communities Free of Black Gun Violence

There is only one way to read this story, research published in the Journal of the National Medical Association on racial segregation and firearm homicide deaths: segregation keeps white people safe from black gun crime. [Study: Residential Segregation Linked to Racial Disparity in Gun Homicides: A study found that the more segregated housing is in a state, the higher the racial disparity there is among gun homicides., US News and World Report, July 13, 2018]:
A study published in the Journal of the National Medical Association by researchers from Boston University School of Public Health examined the connection between residential racial segregation and firearm homicide deaths. Drawing on over 25 years of state-level data, the researchers found that the more racially segregated a state's neighborhoods are, the higher the disparities between black homicide victims and white homicide victims. 
"It was important for us to analyze this at the state level, because in the past we've found that a black person living in Wisconsin has a 22-fold higher risk of being fatally shot compared to a white person, but in New Mexico a black person has a 2-fold higher risk of being fatally shot compared to a white person," Anita Knopov, the study's lead author, said in a press release. 
The researchers looked at data from 1991 to 2015 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They used a measure called the "index of dissimilarity" to measure racial segregation at a state level in 32 states. The index shows the degree of racial integration within neighborhoods, according to the press release. It runs on a scale from zero to 100, with larger numbers indicating more residential segregation. 
The study found that for every 10-point increase in the index, the ratio of black to white gun homicide death rates increased by 39 percent. Additionally, increased levels of segregation were associated with fewer white fatalities and higher black fatalities. 
Co-author Michael Siegel said in the release that even after accounting for other racial inequalities – including unemployment, poverty, income and wealth – the racial disparity in gun homicides still existed. 
"These findings show that a history of structural racism over decades in the past has significant implications for the lives of black people today," Siegel said.
Is there any other way to interpret the data in this Journal of the National Medical Association piece than to understand those architects of Jim Crow were 100 percent in trying to protect white (western) civilization from Africans in America?


Friday, July 13, 2018

In the Soviet Union, Those Who Fell Out of Favor With the Regime Were Airbrushed from History... In America, Papa John's Founder Becomes a Non-Person for Using the N-Word

As the eerie book The Commissar Vanishes: The Falsification of Photographs and Art in Stalin’s Russia makes clear, when one fell afoul of the Soviet edition, they'd be airbrushed out of history. 

The prevailing ideology of our day is Black-Run America (BRA), which requires your complete and total obedience to if you want to remain in the good graces of the dominant orthodoxy. If a heretic you become, even when using certain words in a non-aggressive manner, you are airbrushed out of contemporary American life. [Papa John's is pulling founder's image from its marketing, WBALTV.com, 7-13-18]:



Papa John's, which has featured founder John Schnatter as the face of the company in logos and TV ads, is pulling his image from its marketing after reports he used a racial slur.
The Commissar Vanishes... the white man vanishes
Schnatter admitted Wednesday that he used a racial slur in a May conference call with a marketing company.
His face was off at least some materials by late morning Friday, though the company said the details and exact timing for everything were still being worked out. The pizza chain said there are no plans to change its name.
Fallout from the incident included the University of Louisville football stadium renaming itself as the Cardinal Stadium moving forward.
Originally the stadium was named the Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. 
UofL President Neeli Bendapudi announced Friday that the school will remove "Papa John's" from the name.
Bendapudi said the decision is effective immediately, but she's not sure how long it will take for all of the signage for "Papa John's Cardinal Stadium" to be removed.
She said she wanted to move quickly and spoke with Schnatter and officials with the company.
"At this time, I think the Cardinal Stadium name is what we need," Bendapudi said.
Schnatter was supportive when she called to tell him his name would be removed from the stadium, she added.
Bendapudi said Papa John’s International appeared to be eager to help the university moving forward.
"There's 120,000 employees whose livelihoods depend on what's happening. I really hope each of us distinguishes between the individual and the company," Bendapudi said.
The fallout from the initial report by Forbes was swift. By the end of the day Wednesday, Schnatter had resigned as the chairman of the board of Papa John’s and from the UofL board of trustees.
Schnatter, trying to downplay comments he made last fall about the NFL, said KFC founder Colonel Harlan Sanders never faced public backlash for using the N-word to describe African-Americans, the Forbes article said.
“News reports attributing the use of inappropriate and hurtful language to me during a media training session regarding race are true. Regardless of the context, I apologize. Simply stated, racism has no place in our society,” Schnatter said in a statement Wednesday.
Last fall, Schnatter received heavy criticism after he said the pizza chain's sales were hurt by the NFL’s handling of protests by players who knelt during the national anthem.
Company officials later apologized, and Schnatter stepped down from his role as CEO in December.
Earlier Friday, the Associated Press reported that Papa John's plans to pull Schnatter's image from marketing materials.
The AP reported executives decided to remove Schnatter as the marketing face of Papa John's.
The Commissar Vanishes? The White Man Vanishes...

Thursday, July 12, 2018

"They Watching Ya'll": Anti-Police Billboard Goes Up in New Orleans To Remind Black Criminals Police in City Have Installed Crime Cameras to Stop Black Crime

Previously on SBPDL: In 2016, 95% of Homicides and 98% of Nonfatal Shootings in 60% Black New Orleans were committed by Blacks

Never forget: black criminals are protected by black leaders and black advocacy in cities across the country. Case in point, New Orleans. [Billboard targets new crime cameras: The group says they launched the billboard in order to bring awareness to the crime cameras with the flashing blue and red light., WTSP.com, July 13, 2018]:
Drive down I-10 towards Metairie and look towards the sky. A couple of feet in the air near Poydras and North Galvez you will notice a large eye staring down at you, seeing everything and sending you the message: "They're Watching Ya'll."  
A bold statement targeting the recently installed crime cameras throughout New Orleans. 
Protecting black criminals is the number one directive of black leaders and black advocacy/civil rights groups
"They're tracking us, so we wanted people to know that," organizer Brunisha Jones with Peace by Piece said.  
The billboard comes from the group "Peace by Piece" on the website stopwatchingnola.org. The group says they launched the billboard in order to bring awareness to these cameras with the flashing blue and red light.  
Earlier this year, the Landrieu administration installed the cameras, which are linked to the real-time monitoring center. The former Mayor said it's part of a city-wide plan to increase safety.  
However, those who organized this billboard feel the cameras are a violation of your privacy. They also believe it target brown and Black communities. 
"I feel like it makes the Black community, the Black and brown community, the youth especially, makes us already feel like we're targeted," Jones said.  
On the website, crime camera spotters can also post the camera's location.  
"The city told us the camera's location was not given (to the) public. It wasn't public information. So, we wanted to launch this so that it can be public," Jones said.  
"What's the invasion? What's the privacy. There's no privacy outside right?" Mike Khalil said.  
Mike Khalil is the manager of Wagner's Meat Market in the Bywater. He wants the cameras to stay where they are.  
He says it keeps his store safe. In the last six years, he's owned the store, he had about four robberies. Now things are a lot calmer.  
"We had to hire two or three workers. Now, we got one or two. 'Cause it's safe," Khalil said.  
"Nothing's private when you're in public," Bywater resident Dan Weakley said.Weakley and his friend Tommie feel the cameras improve the area.  
"I catch the bus 5:00 in the morning going into work. The bus stop right there. I ain't got a be scared no more. I know big brother in the sky." 
Last month, NOPD told Eyewitness News the deployment and location of the cameras was a tactical decision, and they don't discuss specific locations that may or may not be under consideration.  
The city also says they're committed to the crime camera program.
Protecting black criminals: the number one priority of black leaders and black advocacy groups nationwide.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

And remember kids, guns don't kill people, dangerous minorities do: In 7% Black Madison, Wisconsin, Blacks are Responsible for Nearly 100% of Gun Violence

Previously on SBPDL: In 8% Black Madison, WI, Police Chief Declares War on City's “most egregious offenders and gang members" but plan called racist b/c targeted criminals are all black

It's simple: if Madison, Wisconsin was zero percent black (instead of seven percent black), there would be almost no gun violence. [Deadly disparities: African-Americans increasingly targeted as gun homicides spike, Madison.com, June 27, 2018]:
David Edwards had no beef with the guy who killed him. 
In 7 percent black Madison, Wisconsin, liberal white journalists bemoan the fact only black people are being targeted for gun violence by other blacks... the article inadvertently admits Madison, and the entire state of Wisconsin, has a gun violence problem because of the small percentage of blacks in the state
On March 1, 2017, Jordan Sharlow allegedly fired several bullets into the 31-year-old father of three at an east Madison gas station, reportedly confusing him with Riccardo Simms, the man he intended to kill. 
Simms was gunned down five months later. 
The murders of Edwards and Simms contributed to a grim milestone for Madison: 12 homicides in a single year, counting one in the town of Madison, a soon-to-be-annexed pocket on the city’s south side. That’s the most on record. Nine of those homicides were by gunfire, again a record, surpassing the six gun homicides in 2016. 
It would be easy to write off Edwards’ death to random violence, to say it could have happened to anyone. But there was a big factor that increased Edward’s chances of falling victim to gunfire: He was a black man. 
Of the 15 people killed by gunfire in a two-year spike starting in 2016, nine were black men. That’s 60 percent of the gun deaths in a city where blacks comprise just 7 percent of the population. 
In those two years, not a single white man in Madison was killed by gunfire. 
According to Ald. Sheri Carter, whose southside district has seen two murders in the past nine months, the gunplay in the city is causing “emotional stress” to residents where it occurs. 
“You could probably call it PTSD,” she said. “And this is another thing that we’re going to have to start addressing very shortly. The PTSD effect on these neighborhoods and residents.” 
The demographics of murder in Madison mirror state and national trends. 
According to FBI statistics, since 2015 gun homicides have increased dramatically, following more than a decade of no real change. In 2016 the number of people shot dead by others hit 11,004, a 32 percent increase over 2014. 
And black men are bearing the brunt. 

According to the Centers for Disease Control’s fatal injury database, there were 256 murders in Wisconsin in 2016. Of those, 188 of the victims were shot, a 55 percent increase from 2014. In a state where blacks comprise only 6 percent of the population, 69 percent of the shooting victims in 2016 were African-American; 88 percent of those were men. 
(This data does not include suicides, which are overwhelmingly committed by white men.) 
A black man in Wisconsin that year was 55 times more likely to become a gun homicide victim than a white man. The African-American murder rate in 2015 earned the state a No. 2 ranking — behind Missouri — from the Violence Policy Center, a Washington D.C.-based anti-gun violence group. 
“I don’t know why they’re exposed to that,” said Carter, who is African-American. 
“I do know that it’s obvious that they are. A disproportionate amount of young African-American men are engaging in violence as a way to resolve a disagreement. And that’s concerning.”
There's an equation for this violence:
Low Impulse Control + Poor Future Time-Orientation + Low IQ(x)political control by those bemoaning white privilege= Madison, Wisconsin 2018
It's so (tragically) simple: if Madison, Wisconsin was zero percent black - instead of seven percent black - there would be almost no gun violence or homicides for police to investigate.